Williamson boys tie for NTL small-school lead.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 29, 2015 | Photo courtesy The Review


2015 Towanda vs. Athens Boys BasketballThe Williamson Warriors outscored Liberty 17-7 in the first quarter on their way to a 56-48 win as they tied for the NTL small-school lead.

Brandon Schrader led Williamson with 16 points and 15 rebounds and Josh Bradbury had 15 points and eight assists in the game.

Nick Cevette and Kyle Haight had nine each for Williamson and Jon Daly had four points, while Colin Heilbrun finished with three points.

Terry Clark had 17 for Liberty and Dillon Ford finished with 15 points.

Sergey June had nine points for Liberty and Drake Schmouder had three points, while Tyler Zealfa and Tyler Boyd had two each for Liberty.

Williamson won the JV game with Heilbrun scoring 13.

Williamson hosts Canton on Friday.

Wellsboro 51, Troy 49

The game was tied at the half and after three quarters, before Wellsboro outscored the Trojans by two in the fourth.

The teams were tied at 23 at the half and at 33 after three, before Wellsboro scored 18 in the fourth to get the win.

Michael Pietropola led Wellsboro with 20 and Kieron SmethersDawson Prough and Jake Mitchell had six points each.

Nic Ingerick had five for Wellsboro and Brandon Lamphier and Dalton Prough each had three, while Alden Weiner had two points.

Brandon Mattocks led Troy with 28 points and Kurtis Roupp finished with five points.

Jarrod Murray had four points for Troy and Clark Jackson had three, while Jordan Nelson finished with two points.

Wellsboro JV boys won 53-33. Collin Pietropola had 16.

Towanda 52, Athens 31

Noah Huff had 19 points as Towanda held Athens to 15 points in the final three quarters of the win on Wednesday.

Bailey Potter had nine for the Black Knights and Noah Wheeler and Jarod Boardman finished with six points each.

Nick Place had five points for the Black Knights and Dylan Bates and Nick Innocenzo finished with three points.

Mitchell Shoemaker had one point for Towanda.

Bates had four boards, two steals, a block and two assists and Huff had three assists, four boards and four steals.

Potter had two steals and Wheeler had three boards, a steal and an assist. Innocenzo had two boards and two steals and Place had six boards.

Athens was led by Joe Moyer with 11 points and Austin Lister had nine points.

Brandon Fauver had five for Athens and Jarett Priester had four points, while Aaron Barry finished with two points.

Athens won the JV game 69-34. Gavin Stein led Athens with 21 points and Troy Pierce led Towanda with 11.

Mansfield 67, Wyalusing 61

The Tigers had five players score in double figures in the win on Wednesday.

North Penn-Mansfield led 11-4 after one quarter and held on for the victory.

Levi Christman led Mansfield with 19 points and Luke Kelly had 14 points.

Dayton Wood had 12 for the Tigers and Bryce Zaparzynski had 11, while Bo Burleigh finished with 10 points.

Chandler Correll had one for the Tigers.

Zaparzynski had three boards, three assists and four steals, Christman had seven boards, four assists and two blocks and Correll had four blocks.

Burleigh had five boards and four assists and Wood had four boards.

Matt Woodruff led Wyalusing with 20 as four Rams scored in double figures.

Jon Morrison had 12 for Wyalusing and Ridge Williams and Keshon Gardener had 10 each.

Terron Millard had five for the Rams and Kyle Tinna finished with four points.

Mansfield won the JV game 65-44. Konnor Manikowski led Mansfield with 22.

The Tigers host Athens on Friday.

CV 54, NEB 43

The Indians outscored NEB 32-21 in the first half of the win on Wednesday night.

Tyler Melko and Bryant Painter each led CV with 12 points and Dakota Corwin had 11.

Brandon McLean, Connor Calaman and Nate Bonham each had six for CV, while Tyler Kline had one point.

Bonham had two boards and two assists, Painter had three steals and four boards, Melko had 12 boards, two assists and two blocks, Corwin had 11 rebounds and McLean had four boards.

Nate Chilson led the short-handed Panthers, who were without Jordan Goodwin and Garret Smith, with nine points and Austin Senn-Bishop finished with eight points.

Nik Geiser, Michael Williams and Elijah Arias had seven each for NEB and Mason Merrill had five points.

Arias had 10 boards for NEB and Chilson and Merrill had five boards each. Williams had three assists and Arias had three steals.

CV won the JV game 36-32. Joby Leiser and Chilson led NEB with eight.

The Panthers are at Liberty on Friday.

Sayre 54, Canton 45

The Redskins trailed 15-5 after the first quarter, but outscored the Warriors 30-16 in the second half to get the win.

Nick Sweet led Sayre with 20 points and Joey Galizia had 14 for the Redskins.

Marshall Felt and Nate Sweet finished with six each for Sayre and Marcos Velazquez had four points, while Matt Williams and Jalen Powers had two each.

Galizia and Felt had six boards each and Nate Sweet had four boards, while Nick Sweet and Williams each had three boards.

Williams had five assists and Galizia and Nick Sweet had two assists each. Galizia had three steals and blocked two shots and Williams, Felt and Nick Sweet each had two steals.

Canton was led by Mason Moore with 26 points and Byron Matthews had six points.

Ridge Moore had five for Canton and Trevor Route finished with three points.

Auguste Gum and Malachi Washington had two points each, while Silas Binford finished with one point.

Sullivan County 49, Warrior Run 40

The Griffins outscored Warrior Run 15-4 in the second quarter to pull away for the win.

Adam Szklanka and Jordan Beinlich each had double-doubles for the Griffins in the win.

Szklanka had 14 points and 10 boards, with four steals, and Beinlich had 13 points, going 11-for-17 from the foul line, and had 10 boards.

Miguel Rodriguez had nine for the Griffins and John Saxe finished with five points.

Bobby Frank and Jon Pedro each finished with four for the Griffins.

Lance Pealer led Warrior Run with 12.

Warrior Run won the JV game 23-22. Alex Baumunk led Sullivan with eight.

The Griffins are 8-8 on the year and are at CMVT on Friday.