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Mansfield tops Liberty to go to 3-0.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | December 12, 2015 | Photo courtesy Brian Fees

 

Mansfield tops Liberty to go to 3-0LIBERTY — The Mansfield boys scored 22 points in the first quarter and led 38-18 at the half on their way to a 64-36 win over Liberty on Friday.

Brock Burleigh led Mansfield with 17 points and Shane Kelly had 14, while Konner Manikowski finished with 13 points.

Nick Kasper had five points for Mansfield and Nathan Mahonski, Justin King and Derrick Herbst all had three points.

Brent Burleigh, Dylan Meyer and Joel Whitteker all added two points for Mansfield.

Darrell Carroll had 15 points to lead Liberty and Garrett Bickhart had 12 points.

Tyler Boyer had five and Vinca Bova had four points for Liberty.

Carroll had a double double adding 11 rebounds and three steals and Bickhart had a double-double with 10 boards and he had two steals. Boyer also had two steals.

Athens 60, Cowanesque Valley 47

The Wildcats held off a pesky CV team to pick up their second NTL boys’ basketball win of the season.

Athens led most of the way but CV hung around, being down just 44-39 going into the fourth quarter. Athens out scored them 16-8 in the final frame for the win.

Austin Lister had 17 points to lead the 'Cats while Ethan Lane added 14. Daniel Joyce had eight, Joe Moyer netted seven, Ryan Segar had five, Kalen Keathley notched four, Gavin Stein had three and Aaron Barry scored two.

CV's Bryant Painter led all scorers with 20 while Tyler Melko had 12. Colton Vinluan netted nine, Ben Brubaker had four while Caleb Fitzwater netted two.

CV won the JV game 45-44.

Wyalusing 54, Sayre 36

The Rams jumped out to a 10-5 first quarter lead but Sayre hung tough, cutting it to 22-19 at the half.

A 23-8 third quarter in favor of Wyalusing helped put the game away for them.

Keshon Gardner led the Rams with 16 points while Jon Morrison added 14. Calvin Burke and Ridge Williams had eight points apiece, Will Martin netted four while Hunter Brewer and Chandler Brown had two points apiece.

For Sayre Nate Sweet had eight points and eight rebounds while Marcus Bauman also had eight points.

Jalen Powers had six points and nine boards, Chris Ray netted six points, Pat McConnell notched five points, Jordan Rockwell had two while Ryan Murrelle scored one.

Towanda 46, Williamson 40

The Black Knights held Williamson to 10 first-half points in the win.

Luke Tama led Towanda with a career-best 14 points and Jarod Boardman had 10 points for Towanda.

Nick Innocenzo had nine for the Black Knights and Troy Pierce finished with five points.

Shane Martin had four points for Towanda and Dan Wilhelm and Mitch Shoemaker each had two points.

Colin Heilbrun had 15 points and Matt Dodson had 3 for Williamson.

Jon Baker and Mike Snyder each had four points for Williamson and Carlton Bell and Simon Fish had two points each.

Williamson won the JV game 48-39. Tristan Templeman had 13 and Fish 12 for Williamson and Brayden Manchester had 14 and Bobby Farley 12 for Towanda.

Troy 71, NEB 56

The Trojans had three players score in double figures in the win.

Clark Jackson led Troy with 17 points and Nate Martin and Jah Wallace had 14 each.

Alex Butcher and Sean Mosher each had eight points and Anthony Dietrick finished with seven points, while Seldon Rogers had three points.

Garret Smith led NEB with 23 points and Austin Senn-Bishop and David Ford each had nine points.

Tommy Rought had seven for NEB and Nate Chilson and Zak Smith had three each and Cody Eastabrook had two points.

Mike Wallitsch had seven boards and Rought and Ford each had six boards.

Troy won the JV game 59-38. Rogers had 23 for Troy and Chazz LaBarrre finished with 12 for Northeast Bradford.

Northeast Bradford hosts Mountain View on Monday.

Sullivan County 62, Montgomery 38

The Griffins jumped out 14-5 in the first quarter and never looked back as they picked up their HAC win of the season in boys' basketball action Friday.

John Saxe had 13 points to lead Sullivan while Lucas Schultz, Alex Baumunk and Taylor Baldwin had 11 points each. Baldwin was 3-for-3 on three pointers in the contest while Baumunk added six boards and three assists.

Miguel Rodriguez had seven points, Jordan Pedro netted six, Jon Pedro had two while Tyler Lovelady notched one.

Jon Pedro grabbed 10 boards while Jordan Pedro had nine.

Sullivan won the JV game 59-16 with 17 from Jordan Pedro.

Sullivan will host Benton Monday.

Newark Valley 58, Notre Dame 48

The Crusaders had the game tied after three quarters, but Newark Valley outscored Notre Dame 19-9 in the fourth to get the win.

Gary Raupers led Notre Dame with a career-high 16 points, along with five steals, and Derrick Stark had 13 points and five steals.

Ben Cook had eight points and eight boards for Notre Dame and Pat Brown had six points.

Demetrius Stanley had three points for Notre Dame and Toby Wirth had two points.

Thierry Solomon led Newark Valley with 15 points.

Newark Valley won the JV game.

Notre Dame is at Oxford tomorrow.

Girls

Notre Dame 46, Newark Valley 14

The Crusaders started the game on a 17-1 first quarter run in the IAC girls’ basketball win Friday.

Mia Herlan led Notre Dame with 10 points while Mary Foster netted eight. Courteney Crater and Mackenzie Maloney had seven points each, Laurel Vargas and Sarah Watts had four points apiece with Chase Leonard and Alivia Clark netting three points each.

Sierra Post led Newark Valley with five points.

Notre Dame won the JV game.

The Crusaders take on Edison next Tuesday.

Elk Lake 50, Wyalusing 48

The Rams had a chance to tie the game in the final seconds, but a tying layup missed at the buzzer in the loss.

Brooke Force led Wyalusing with 21 points, 10 boards, three steals and three assists and Madeline Edsell had 16 points, four boards, three steals and three assists.

Sarah Bird had eight points, five boards, five steals and an assist for the Rams and Erin Canfield had three points, two boards and a steal.

Elk Lake was led by Keri Jones with 12 points, Justine Johns with 11 points and Abby Johns with 10 points.