Wellsboro girls down Troy.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 28, 2015

 

The Wellsboro Green Hornets got 24 points from Sarah Ingerick in their 46-35 win over Troy on Tuesday.

Jada Jackson had eight for Wellsboro, who held Troy to 15 second-half points, and Jordan Butters finished with seven points.

Rachael Tuttle had four points for the Green Hornets and Lizzie Poirier had two points, while Alexa Singer finished with one point.

Butters had 10 boards and a steal and Singer had two steals and four boards.

Ingerick had four boards and a steal and Peyton Wilson had three assists and two steals.

Jackson had 11 boards and three assists and Jessica Grab had three boards, a steal and an assist, while Tuttle had eight boards, two assists and a steal.

Kelsey Bristol led Troy with 12 points and Taylor Johnston finished with eight points.

Brooke Mattocks had five for Troy and Carla Proto and Faith Ceely had four each, while Kristyn Kinner had two points.

Ceely had six assists, four steals and four boards, Mattocks had six boards and Proto had five rebounds, while Kinner had five boards and blocked three shots.

Athens 49, Towanda 20

The Wildcats outscored the Black Knights 27-7 in the second half of the win.

Mackenzie Warner had 13 points for Athens and Morgan Westbrook had seven points.

Emily Lunger had six for the Wildcats and Jensen Dunkling and Danielle Dougherty had five points each.

Kaitlyn Testen and Shanell Baglini had four points each for Athens.

Breana Gambrell had three points for Athens and Hannah Reid finished with two.

Kendra Abrams led Towanda with nine and Alliesha Koss had five.

Kayla Miller, Ali Daum, Casey Hawley and Lauren Risch had two each, while Kayla Grimes had one point.

Abrams had nine boards and Daum had seven rebounds.

Kinslee Kriner had two assists and Kyleigh Roof had three steals.

Athens won the JV game 25-19 with Gambrell scoring 10. Kriner, Megan Paulish and Abrams had four each for Towanda.

Towanda is at Troy today.

Liberty 62, Williamson 42

Chelsea Repard had 26 points as North Penn-Liberty got the win.

Britta Berguson had 13 for Liberty and Malorey Sponenberg finished with 13.

Erin Shaffer had four for Liberty and Katie Mitstifer had two points.

Danielle Cross had 16 for Williamson and Brittany Boyce finished with nine.

Makayla Butz had eight and Andrea Sheive had five points, while Logan Wilson and Hannah Deacon finished with two points each.

Sayre 60, Canton 18

Kaeli Sutryk had 18 points for Sayre to lead three Sayre players in double figures.

Chloe Tracy finished with 14 and Allie Peet had 10 points.

Paige Wampole had seven for Sayre and Cheyanna Roberts finished with six points.

Andi Noldy had three and Emily Garrity finished with two points.

Wampole had 11 boards and Roberts had five boards and two steals.

Tracy had seven steals and six assists, Peet had four steals, Sutryk had five steals and Molly Ball finished with three steals.

"It was a night for the guards to shine in the scorebook. But our defense was the show stopper," Sayre coach Eileen Sparduti said. "Paige Wampole played a large role in that. Chloe Tracy does a great job running our offense and keeping the tempo up where we like it. Kaeli Sutryk had a breakout game in her shot selection and percentages. But also played well in the defensive end. Senior contributions from Cheyanna Roberts and Emily Garrity were key."

Canton was led by Alexa Roy with eight and Abby Herman had six. Lizzy Tymeson and Gabby Tymeson each had two points for Canton.

Sayre won the JV game 27-20.

NEB 35, CV 25

The Panthers outscored CV 24-2 in the second and third quarters to get the win.

Macy Wilks had 10 points and eight boards for NEB and Kara Hallett had seven points and 11 boards.

Maddy Johnson had seven points and four boards and Lydia Werner had seven points and six boards.

Anna Wheaton and Megan Brown had two points each and Wheaton had six boards, while Devon Russell had two rebounds.

Morgan Caty led CV with six and Amaya Walker had five points.

Becky Plummer had four for the Indians and Emma McClaren and Paige Swartz had three each, while Sierra Gehringer and Whitney Earl both had two points.

NEB won the JV game 21-15 with Josie Haverly scoring seven.

NEB hosts Liberty on Thursday.

Bloomsburg 50, Sullivan County 26

The Griffins only trailed 9-6 after one quarter, but were outscored 17-4 in the second quarter of the loss.

Bethany Weinhardt led the Griffins with 11 and Sarah Parrish had nine points.

Tori Shultz, Olivia Morgan and Ashley Faus had two each.

Rachel Seidel led Bloomsburg with 10.

The Griffins host Bucktail on Friday. The game is scheduled to start at 8 p.m., but the Griffins might not have enough players for JV, making the varsity start at 6:30 p.m.

Galeton 37, Coudersport 33

Latascia Shadle had 16 and Makaya Shadle finished with nine in the win.

Cortney Parsell, Amanda Cizek and Kaitlin Akers finished with four each in the win.

Hannah Keck led Coudersport with 13.

Galeton is 7-9 on the year.

BOYS

St. John Neumann 79, Wellsboro 53

Neumann outscored the Green Hornets 21-6 in the first quarter and Wellsboro was never able to recover.

Michael Pietropola led Wellsboro with 13 and Dawson Prough finished with 10.

Brandon Lamphier had seven points for Wellsboro and Quinn Henry had five.

Alden Weiner had four points for Wellsboro and Brieux Thibaut and Nic Ingerick had three each.

Kieron Smethers, Collin PietropolaBryon Callahan and Jacob Singer had two points each for Wellsboro.

Smethers and Pietropola had five boards each, Pietropola and Singer each had two steals and Pietropola had three assists, while Prough had four assists. Smethers blocked five shots in the game.

Naja Short led Neumann with 24, Otis Anderson had 19 and Kevin Anderson finished with 15.