Wellsboro, North Penn-Mansfield clinch share of NTL Division-I title.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | February 7, 2017 | Photo courtesy Charlie Berch


Wellsboro, North Penn-Mansfield clinch share of NTL Division-I titleTROY — Wellsboro jumped out early in their 52-37 win at Troy, Monday.

The victory plus NP-Mansfield's win means both teams will be co-champions in the NTL-Division I boys' basketball league.

The Hornets led 16-11 after the first quarter then held Troy to four points in the second to take a 30-15 lead at the half. They never looked back from there.

Dalton Prough and Alden Weiner had 13 points a piece to lead Wellsboro while Jacob Singer added 10.

Prough also had seven boards.

Collin Pietropola netted seven, Brandon Lamphier had five while Quinn Henry and Nic Ingerick had two points a piece. Henry added five assists.

Anthony Deitrick led Troy with 12 points while Ben Ward and Seldon Rogers had seven points a piece. Ja Wallace added six while Clark Jackson netted five.

Wellsboro won the JV game 50-10 as Tanner Button and Billy Lecher had 11 points each.

Nick Stein led Troy with six.

The Trojans travel to Athens on Wednesday.

Brock Burleigh and Shane Kelly both recorded double-doubles to give the Tigers the win.

Burleigh had 21 points, 10 boards, five assists and five steals while Kelly added 11 points, 13 boards, three assists, four steals and four blocks.

Konnor Manikowski added 18 points while Nick Kasper and Joel Whitteker had four points a piece. Justin Kling and Raiden McLaughlin added two points each.

Jon Morrison had 12 points to lead the Rams while Will Martin scored 11. Calvin Burke had six, and Chandler Brown added four, while Kasar Cameron and Drew Masters had two points a piece.

NP-Mansfield won the JV game 51-36 as Dylan Meyer had 24 points.

The Tigers finish the regular season 18-4 and will travel to NEB on Thursday for a 7 p.m. game in the NTL Showdown.

Athens 72, Towanda 42

Daniel Joyce had a double-double of 22 points and 11 boards to lead the Wildcats to the NTL Division-I boys' basketball win Monday.

Ethan Lane added 17 points and four boards while Gavin Stein had 14 points, five assists and six rebounds.

Mateo Baglini netted eight, Zack Jayne had six points and five boards, Keegan Rude added three while Kalen Keathley notched two points with three steals.

Dalton Potter had 10 points and two steals to lead Towanda while Luke Tama added eight points.

Zerik Lochner and Brayden Manchester had six points a piece while Ricky Smile had four points and three steals.

Matt Madigan added four points, Damien Thurston netted three while Tanner Kunkle scored one.

Athens won the JV game 45-37. Aaron Lane had 16 points for the Wildcats while Dylan Hartman had 10 for the Knights.

Northeast Bradford 59, CV 42

David Ford had 23 points to lead the Panthers to an NTL Division-II boys' basketball win Monday.

Austin Senn-Bishop added 14 while Garret Smith netted 10.

Tom Rought had six while Zak Smith and Nate Watkins each notched three points.

Skyler Vinluan led CV with 10 points with Caleb Fitzwater scoring eight and Kurtis Easton netting seven.

Matt Freeman had six points, Ben Brubaker notched five with Tyler Vargeson and Christian Kemp scoring three points a piece.

Sullivan County 55, Bucktail 21

John Saxe and Alex Baumunk had 16 points each to lead the Griffins to a Mid-Penn League boys' basketball win Monday.

Saxe added six boards and four steals while Baumunk had six rebounds and three steals.

Taylor Baldwin added nine points while Jordan Pedro had three points and nine boards.

Spencer Gordner scored four points, Jon Pedro, Will Kiner and Dylan Hottenstein added two points each with Noah Brown netting one.

Mike Casper had seven points to lead Bucktail.

Sullivan won the JV game 59-36 as Kiner had 21 points.

The Griffins host CMVT on Wednesday.


Williamson 49, Canton 26

Brittany Boyce had 15 points and three assists to lead Williamson to an NTL Division-II girls' basketball win Monday.

Andrea Sheive added 10 points and four boards while Bethany Boyce had a strong all-around game of nine points, six rebounds, six assists and five steals.

Makayla Butz added seven points, four boards and two steals, Hannah Deacon had four points and four boards, Emma Durst had two points and four assists and Emylee Yusko added two points and four boards.

Shea Roupp led Canton with seven points while MacKayla Wesneski added six. Emalie Marnati and Tamara Hess each netted four, Elle Binford scored three and Hailey Wesneski notched two.