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Sayre rallies past Wyalusing.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | December 17, 2013 | Photo courtesy The Review


2013 Sayre vs. Wyalusing Girls BasketballWYALUSING - Sayre used a strong second half to rally past Wyalusing 48-41 in NTL girls' basketball action Monday.

The Rams jumped out early, taking a 15-8 first quarter lead and extending it to 26-16 at the half. The Redskins then turned the tables in the third quarter, out scoring Wyalusing 21-9 to take take a 37-35 lead going into the fourth quarter. Sayre would finish it out strong, holding the Rams to six fourth quarter points.

Kelly Villanti had 15 points to lead the way while Cheyenne Roberts added 12. Elyse Skerpon netted eight, Chloe Tracy scored six, Brooke Wampole added four while Kristyn Tappen netted three.

Kasey DeVoir had 21 pints and six boards to lead Wyalusing while Paighton Martin added seven points, five assists and six steals.

Roni Morrison netted six, Ally DeVoir scored three while Keon Copp and Kayleen Sutton scored two points each.

Sayre won the JV game 38-36. Kaeli Sutryk had 15 points to lead Sayre while Tracy added 14. Erin Canfield and Brook Force had 10 points each for Wyalusing.

The Rams host North Penn Wednesday.

Mansfield 51, Towanda 27

TOWANDA - The Tigers jumped out early and never let up as they picked up an NTL girls' basketball win Monday.

Mansfield led 13-6 after the opening quarter and pushed the lead to 34-12 at the half.

Kaitlyn Garverick led the Tigers with 21 points while Ali Hillson added 12. Erin Dempsey scored seven, Simon Lichty had five while Alysa Davey-Bostic and Sara Wolbert had two points each.

Kaitlin Hallabuk had 12 points and five boards to lead Towanda while Allison Daum added six. Macareno Toledo scored four while Casey Hawley and Laci Manning had two each, with Manning adding three steals. Alliesha Koss had one point to round out the Knight scoring.

Towanda won the JV game 18-9 behind six points from Daum.

Towanda will face Sayre Thursday.

Athens 47, Cowanesque Valley 20

ATHENS - The Wildcats used some stingy defense in the middle quarters to pull out an NTL girls' basketball win Monday.

Athens held a narrow 11-8 lead after the opening quarter but held CV to four points in the second to pull ahead 24-12 at the half. In the third they out scored the Indians 11-1 to secure the win.

Morgan Westbrook had 17 points and five boards to lead the Wildcats while Jensen Dunkling added 13 points and four rebounds. Mackenzie Warner had eight points, Kiki Riban scored four with three assists while Kaitlyn Testen and Haley Priester had two points a piece. Mackenzie Hafer added one point with four boards.

Hayley Painter had 11 points to lead CV while Kayla Schauer netted four. Whitney Earl and Sam Burns had two points each while Amanda Painter scored one.

Athens won the JV game 39-11 behind 13 points from Shanelle Baglini.

Williamson 43, Liberty 38

TIOGA - Lori Horton had 23 points, 22 rebounds and eight blocks to the Wariors to an NTL girls' basketball win Monday.

It was a close battle throughout as Williamson led 12-11 after the first quarter. Liberty kept it a one point deficit to the fourth quarter and cut it to 35-33 at one point. Horton then scored four straight points to put the Warriors up 39-33. A Malorey Sponenberg free throw cut it to 39-34. The teams would trade buckets followed by Horton scoring late to make it a 43-36 final.

Emma Durst added eight points and five assists while Logan Wilson and Makayla Buttz had four points each. Brittany Boyce rounded out the scoring with two points.

Kelsey Harer had 11 points and five boards to lead Liberty while Crystal Dietrick had nine points and seven rebounds. Sponenberg had seven points, Chelsea Repard had six points, three assists and five steals while Lacey Graham added three points.

Candor 60, Tioga 35

Sierra Szwec had 17 points while Mikayla Short added 15 as Candor pulled away from Tioga in IAC girls' basketball action Monday.

Candor led 12-7 after the first quarter and pushed that lead to 29-18 at the half. They out scored the Tigers 31-17 in the second half to secure the win.

Olivia Howland had eight points and six boards to lead Tioga while Taylor Ayres and Kaylen Burrge had seven points each, Ayres also had three steals.

Rachael Graham netted five points, Linzy Baker scored four while Katelyn Stubbs and Deanna Hutchison had two points each.

Lexi Swagler grabbed five boards for Tioga as well.

Candor won the JV game 28-17 as Kierstyn Swagler had eight for Tioga.

The Tigers host Odessa-Montour today.

Binghamton Blaze 28, NRCS 19

North Rome Christian School couldn't overcome poor shooting in the first and third quarters in their girls' basketball loss Monday.

Kendra Brown had four points to lead NRCS while Larissa Alteri and Caroline Chandler had three points each. Olivia Noone, Emily Lykens, Corrine Delp and Carianna Miller had two points each.