Waverly tops Watkins Glen.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 30, 2018


WAVERLY, N.Y. — Gavin Judson had 21 points and four assists as he led the Wolverines to a 50-37 IAC boys' basketball win Monday.

Waverly jumped out to a 30-19 first half lead and held the Senecas at bay from there.

Scott Woodring added a double-double of 10 points and 12 boards while Matt VanHouten had six points and seven rebounds.

Jason Jequinto had eight points and three assists, Dylan Ward had four points and seven boards and Eithan McEnulty netted one point.

Owen Shutesach led Watkins Glen with nine points.

Watkins Glen won the JV game 28-22 as Thomas Price had 12 points for the Wolverines.

Waverly hosts Newfield on Wednesday in a key IAC match-up.

Wellsboro 39, Montoursville 29

The Hornets got a big defensive effort as they picked up the non-league boys' basketball win Monday.

Wellsboro jumped out to an 18-9 first half lead, but the Warriors got back into the game, holding them to four third quarter points as they cut it to 22-16.

Things opened up in the fourth as Wellsboro hit their foul shots — 11-for-15 — in the final frame to secure the win.

Brandyn Tuttle had a big double-double of 14 points and 21 rebounds to lead Wellsboro while Dalton Prough added 15 points, five boards and three steals.

Quinn Henry had six points and four rebounds, Collin Pietropola added two points and three assists while Holden Kennedy and Nic Ingerick had one point each.

Owen Kiess led Montoursville with 17 points.

NP-Liberty 50, Towanda 47

The Mountaineers held the Knights to 17 first half points en route to their NTL boys' basketball win Monday.

Towanda rallied late, outscoring NP-Liberty 21-18 in the fourth quarter, but couldn't quite get over the hump.

The Mounties led 24-17 at the half.

Brandyn Choplosky had 14 points to lead NP-Liberty as Klayton Roupp had seven points.

Noah Spencer netted six points, Mikah Kolb added four points, Ethan Delker scored three and Logan Horsley, Nick Grinnell and Logyn Choplosky had two points a piece.

Dalton Potter had 20 points and six boards to lead Towanda while Luke Tama had 10 points, three assists and two steals.

Matt Madigan and Damien Thurston had six points each while Quadir Brice netted five. Thurston also had four blocks.

Troy 66, Freedom Village 53

The Trojans pulled away for the non-league boys' basketball win Monday.

They led 41-19 at the half.

Nate Martin had 16 points and nine steals for Troy and Ja Wallace had 12 points, six boards and three steals while Corey Davis added 10 points.

Dom Ayers netted eight points, Seldon Rogers had six points, five boards, three assists and four steals, Robert Rogers scored five points, Nat Graybill had four points, Ethan Allen notched three and Jake Deitrick netted two.

St. John Neumann 67, NP-Mansfield 38

The Tigers came up short in their non-league loss Monday.

NP-Mansfield was up 15-12 after the first quarter, thanks to eight points from Dylan Meyer.

But Neumann out scored them 55-23 the rest of the way.

Meyer had 14 points to lead the Tigers while Nick Kasper added eight. Jacob Green and Garrett David had five points each while Brent Burleigh, Kamren Manikowski and Sawyer Freeman netted two points a piece.

Noah Persun and Jaiden Lynch each had 17 points for Neumann.


Wellsboro 56, Montoursville 37

Tory Self had 26 points to lead the Hornets to a non-league girls' basketball win Monday.

Wellsboro's defense held the Warriors to 17 second half points as they pulled away, scoring 30 of their own.

Emma Poirier netted 13 while Lizzie Poirier scored eight. Liza Manning added five and Cathryn Brought netted four.

Shelby Kutz led Montoursville with 11 points.

Cowanesque Valley 52, Towanda 39

Amaya Walker had 22 points to lead the Indians to the NTL girls' basketball win Monday.

CV led 12-7 after the first quarter, but Towanda fought back and cut it to a one-point game at the half (21-20).

The Indians got rolling again in the third quarter, outscoring Towanda 18-11 as Walker scored 12 of her 22 in the quarter. Hannah Chandler had eight of her 15 points to help the Knights keep pace.

In the fourth, Brynn Williams took over for CV, scoring 10 of her 13 points to help the Indians pull away.

Amaya Walker added seven points for the Indians while Karmen Short and Nicole Hummell had four points a piece. Delaney Doan netted two.

Cearra McLinko also had 15 points for Towanda with Erin Barrett scoring seven and Miranda Brown netting two.

Elmira 76, Horseheads 55

Kiara Fisher had 23 points and 12 assists as the Lady Express picked up a STAC girls' basketball win Monday.

Zaria Demember-Shazier added 21 points, 13 boards and five blocks, Morgan Gentile netted 15 points and Mariah Gonzalez had 10 points and 12 rebounds.

Elmira is at Maine-Endwell Thursday.