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Athens pulls away from Towanda.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | December 18, 2015

 

Athens came away with a 49-35 win over Towanda in NTL girls' basketball action Thursday.

Down 12-5 after one quarter, Athens outscored the Black Knights 20-8 in the second quarter on their way to the win.

Morgan Westbrook had 19 for Athens and Emily Lunger finished with 13 points.

Emma Adams had seven points for Athens and Hannah Reid and Kaitlyn Testen each had four points, while Reagan Lynch finished with two points.

Lunger had six steals, Reid had four steals, Testen had five boards and Westbrook had six boards.

Ali Daum led Towanda with a season high 19 points and Cearra McLinko had six points.

Kendra Abrams had four points for Towanda and Megan Paulish, Kayla Miller and Courtney Bennett had two points each.

Daum had a double-double adding 10 boards and Paulish had seven boards. Miller had six rebounds and Bennett had three assists.

Athens won the JV game 20-10 with Kara Chapman scoring 13. Sydney Schoonover and Kristen Leljedal had three points each for Towanda.

Athens hosts Wyalusing on Tuesday and Towanda is at Troy on Saturday.

Liberty 56, Williamson 36

Liberty outscored Williamson 19-4 in the first quarter on their way to the win.

Britta Berguson led the way with 20 points and Chelsea Repard had 13 points and five assists for the Lady Mounties.

Emilie Harris had eight points and Marissa Harer had seven points and 10 boards.

Michaela Schmouder had five points for Liberty and Alyssa Remley had two points, while McKenzie Bogaczyk had one point.

Hannah Deacon led Williamson with 14 points and Brittany Boyce had 10 points.

Bethany Boyce had five for Williamson and Maran Davis had four points, while Emma Durst added three points.

Williamson won the JV game 28-8.

NEB 54, CV 26

The Panthers held the Indians to five first half points and led 43-9 after three quarters on their way to the win.

Lydia Werner led the Panthers with 10 and Macy Wilks, Anna Wheaton and Josie Haverly finished with eight points each.

Annie Williams had seven for Northeast Bradford and Shelby Park and Aaliyah Bevacqua had four points each.

Megan Brown and Emilee Allis each had two points in the game and Jaycee Brown had one point for the Panthers.

Wilks had four boards and two blocks and Werner had three boards, three assists and seven steals. Brown had four boards, five assists and four steals and Park had two boards and two steals.

Williams had six boards, two assists and two steals and Wheaton had four boards. Haverly had four blocks and two boards, Allis had three boards and Bevacqua had two boards and two assists.

Delaney Doan led CV with nine points and Paige Swartz had seven points.

Brynn Williams had four points for the Indians and Kendra Price, Mikerra Allen and Kaylin Burton had two points each.

Northeast Bradford won the JV game 23-4 with Kira Pruyne leading the Panthers with 10.

Northeast Bradford hosts Liberty on Saturday.

Mansfield 55, Wyalusing 43

Sara Wolbert had 16 points and Lauren Smith had 12 to lead the Tigers to the win on Thursday.

Alysa Davey-Bostic had 10 points for Mansfield and Ali Hillson finished with nine points.

Alyssa Smith had four points for the Tigers and Kristina Buchanan and Brittany Weiskopff had two points each.

Madeline Edsell had 13 points, nine boards and an assist for Wyalusing and Brooke Force had nine points, 11 rebounds and an assist.

Sarah Bird had seven points, three boards and two assists and Erin Canfield, Rayelle Johnson and Morgan Woodruff each had four points. Canfield had five boards and Johnson and Woodruff had two rebounds each. Ashley VanHorn had two points and two assists.

Mansfield won the JV game.

Wellsboro 70, Troy 22

Jada Jackson had 18 points and Sarah Ingerick had 13 as Wellsboro scored 45 first-half points in the win.

Lizzie Poirier had eight points for Wellsboro and Jessica Grab had six points, while Autum Kitajima had five points.

Emma Poirier, Julia Smith, Rachael Tuttle, Janessa Davis and Alexa Singer all had four points for the Green Hornets as every player on the team had at least four points.

Singer had three steals and six boards, Ingerick had five boards and two steals and Davis had two steals and three rebounds.

Jackson had three assists, Kitajima had seven boards and three steals, Grab had three steals and Lizzie Poirier and Smith had two steals each.

Sam Gentile had 14 points for Troy and Roxane Kinglsey had three points, while Autumn Gilbert and Marissa Bulkley had two points and Stephanie Pazzaglia had one point.

Wellsboro won the JV game 38-15. Emma Poirier had 13 and Smith had 12 for Wellsboro. Emilee Cole led Troy with three.