ELMIRA - The Notre Dame Crusaders trailed by two in the final minute of the first half when Tom Agan drove to the basket and came crashing down to the floor.
WAVERLY, N.Y. - Waverly led most of the game but at the start of the fourth quarter Sayre cut their 10 point lead to 34-28.
Troy took second at the Donegal wrestling tournament, falling only behind Red Land in the 10 team round robin format.
BLOSSBURG - The Canton boys' captured the title at the North Penn Christmas Tournament, defeating the host Panthers 55-41 in the final.
TUNKHANNOCK - Wyalusing coach Gary Haley wasn't exactly sure what to expect from his Rams team when they headed down to the Tunkhannock Tournament.
Sullivan County swept it's way to the title with a 3-0 record at the CMVT Duals.
WAVERLY, N.Y. - Despite a furious Wyalusing comeback, the Lady Redskins held on to win 44-36 in the opening round of the Waverly Christmas Tournament Friday.
ELMIRA, N.Y. - Down 10 after one quarter and trailing most of the way, the Athens Wildcats rallied for a 63-61 victory over Corning in the Joel Stevens Division at the Josh Palmer Fund Holiday Tournament.
TUNKHANNOCK - Wyalusing sits in second place after the first day of the Kiwanis Tunkhannock Wrestling Tournament Friday.
North Penn used a 24-3 third quarter run to pull away from Canton in the opening round of their Holiday Tournament in girl's basketball action Thursday, 61-31.
WAVERLY, N.Y. - Waverly had three players in the double figures as they defeated Tioga 65-42 in the opening round of the girl's division of the Waverly Christmas Tournament Thursday.
The Towanda Black Knights sit in third place after day one at the Windsor Tournament with 53 points, two behind Union-Endicott and 10.5 behind Huntington.
Galeton defeated Austin 50-42 in the opening round of the Port Allegany girl's basketball tournament Wednesday.
ELMIRA, N.Y. - Mansfield couldn't hold on as they fell to Johnson City 53-51 in the first round of the Jack Terwilliger division of the Josh Palmer Fund Basketball Tournament Wednesday.
When it came to choosing a college, Williamson senior Logan Everett had two key things in mind.