Wyalusing girls top Athens; Sayre downs NEB.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 10, 2015


WYALUSING - The Rams girls' basketball team remained unbeaten in NTL play, defeating Athens 46-38 on Friday night.

Wyalusing led pretty much from the start on Friday night, leading 25-19 at the half and 36-27 after three quarters on their way to the win.

Paighton Martin led the Rams with 17 points and Kasey DeVoir had 12 in the game.

Ally DeVoir had six points and Madelyn Edsell had five for the Rams, while Roni Morrison had four points and Keon Copp finished with two points.

Kasey DeVoir had six boards and Martin had four assists. Morrison had six rebounds and blocked five shots and Ally DeVoir had four steals, four assists and four rebounds.

Athens was led by Danielle Dougherty with nine points, on three threes, and Morgan Westbrook and Jensen Dunkling had eight points.

Shanell Baglini and Breana Gambrell had five points each for the Wildcats and Mackenzie Warner finished with three points.

Athens won the JV game 39-19 with Aubrey Allen scoring 13 for Athens and Davanie Heller, Brianna Shartz and Miranda Madre scoring three each for the Rams.

Wyalusing is at Towanda on Tuesday and Athens is at Troy with a 6 p.m. varsity only start.

Sayre 46, NEB 35

LERAYSVILLE - The Sayre Redskins trailed 13-9 after one quarter, but outscored the Panthers 10-4 in the second quarter to lead by two at the half.

Sayre led by three after three quarters and broke the game open in the fourth, outscoring the Panthers 18-10.

"Important win for us," Sayre coach Eileen Sparduti said. "We have played good large school teams close. NEB is well coached and a solid team. So tonight we were able to rise up and win a close game over a worthy opponent. Hoping this win propels us forward in a big way. Paige Wampole was again a large defensive factor. Clutch foul shooting down the stretch helped to maintain the lead we opened up in the 4th quarter."

Chloe Tracy led Sayre with 14 points and Allie Peet had 13 in the victory.

Paige Wampole had 11 for the Redskins and Kaeli Sutryk finished with eight points.

Wampole had nine boards and Tracy had seven assists for the Redskins. Wampole added four steals, Molly Ball had eight boards and Peet had four assists.

Maddy Johnson led the Panthers with 17 points, five boards, two assists and two steals and Lydia Werner had 10 points, seven boards and two steals.

Kara Hallett had two points and four boards, Macy Wilks had two points and 10 rebounds, Anna Wheaton had three boards, Megan Brown had two points and two boards and Annie Williams had two points.

NEB won the JV game 33-26. Williams led the Panthers with 12 and Emily Moore led Sayre with seven.

NEB is at Williamson on Tuesday.

Mansfield 45, Troy 36

North Penn-Mansfield got a season-high 14 points from Sarah Wolbert as they picked up the win Friday night.

Mansfield outscored Troy 23-16 in the third to pull away for the win.

Wolbert added eight boards in the win.

Mariah Berguson had 12 points for the Tigers, with six boards, and Kaitlyn Garverick had eight points, eight boards, and two assists.

Alysa Davey-Bostic had five points and Ali Hillson had four points and three assists, with four steals.

Kristina Buchanan had two points for the Tigers.

Kelsey Bristol had 11 points, four boards and three steals for Troy and Taylor Johnston had 10 points, four boards and three blocks.

Faith Ceely had eight points, six boards, two steals and six assists for the Trojans and Kristyn Kinner had four points.

Carla Proto had two points and Brooke Mattocks had one for Troy.

Liberty 35, Canton 34

Britta Berguson hit a free throw at the buzzer as NPL picked up the win on Friday night.

Berguson had 14 points and Chelsea Repard had 12 for Liberty in the win.

Malory Sponenberg had seven for Liberty and Marissa Harer finished with two points.

Canton was led by Emalie Marnotti with eight points and Abby Herman and Alexa Roy had seven each.

Maggy Machmer had six for the Warriors and Lizzy Tymeson had four points, while Gabby Tymeson had two points.

Wellsboro 53, Towanda 27

The Green Hornets got 16 points from Sarah Ingerick as nine players scored in the win.

Alexa Singer had 11 for Wellsboro and Jordan Butters finished with nine points.

Peyton Wilson had six for the Green Hornets and Jada Jackson finished with four points in the win.

Autum Kitajima, Lizzie Poirier and Rachael Tuttle all had two points and Raisa Rogers had one for Wellsboro.

Butters had seven boards and Singer had three assists. Ingerick had three assists and three steals and Wilson had four assists and two steals.

Jackson had eight boards and four steals and Tuttle had six rebounds and three steals.

Towanda was led by Ali Daum and Alliesha Koss with six points each and Megan Paulish had four points for Towanda.

Kayla Grimes had three for the Black Knights and Kayla Miller, Lauren Risch and Kendra Abrams all had two points.

Daum had 14 rebounds and Koss had five steals for the Black Knights.

Wellsboro won the JV game 46-20. Poirer led Wellsboro with 16 and Megan Paulish led Towanda with 10.

CV 28, Williamson 25, OT

Whitney Earl hit a game-tying shot with 10 seconds left in regulation to force overtime, then scored four of the Indians five points in overtime to seal the win.

Earl led CV with 11 points and Brynn Williams had eight points in the win.

Becky Plummer had four for CV and Paige Swartz had three and Nicole Hummell finished with two points.

Makayla Butz had nine for Williamson and Maran Davis had five points.

Brittany Boyce and Andrea Shieve had four points each for the Warriors and Emma Durst had three points.

CV won the JV game 17-13.

CV is at Canton on Tuesday.

Waverly 67, Edison 22

The Wolverines outscored Edison 21-0 in the first quarter on their way to the win.

Elle Nittinger had 17 points and Emiley Myers finished with 14 in the win.

Alex Tomasso had 12 for Waverly and Breanna Featherson had seven points.

Kylie Newman had six points a game for Waverly and Kiana Manuel finished with five points.

Emily Blair, Katie McEvoy and Emily Goodwin had two points each for Waverly in the win.

Caitlyn Yartym led Edison with 10.

Watkins Glen 32, Notre Dame 29

The Crusaders were outscored 11-6 in the first quarter of the loss Friday night.

Sarah Watts led Notre Dame with 12 points.

The Crusaders are at Newark Valley on Tuesday.

Odessa-Montour 50, Tioga 47

The Tigers got 20 points from Taylor Ayres, but it wasn't enough Friday night.

Tioga led 14-4 after one quarter, but were outscored 25-13 in the fourth quarter of the loss.

Katelyn Stubbs had nine for Tioga and Kirsten Schweiger and Kaitlyn Burridge had seven points each.

Madeleine Teribury and Rachael Graham each had two points in the loss.

Schweiger, Burridge and Stubbs had 10 boards each and Schweiger had two steals, while Dani Barto had two assists.

O-M was led by Gillian Clark with 18 points, including five threes.

Tioga won the JV game with Megan Godfrey scoring 18.

The Tigers are at Edison on Monday.

Cameron County 45, Galeton 35

Latascia Shadle had 17 points and her sister Makaya Shadle had 10 for Galeton in the loss.

Amanda Cizek had seven points for Galeton and Cortney Parsell finished with one point.