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Athens holds off Wyalusing, 65-42.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | December 15, 2017


ATHENS - Gavin Stein and Aaron Lane combined to score 35 points to lead the Wildcats to their 65-42 win over the Rams on Thursday evening in Athens.

Stein finished with 18 points while Aaron Lane netted 17.

For Athens, Stein hit two three-pointers and Lane hit three, Ethan Lane scored 12 points, Aric Westbrook scored 10, Mateo Baglini finished with six points and Wyatt Walters had one point.

Jon Morrison led Wyalusing with 18 points including two three-pointers, Calvin Burke had six points, Will Martin, Kasar Cameron and Chandler Brown each had four points and Scott Eberlin and Brandon Brown each had two points.

Wellsboro 66, Sayre 18

The Wellsboro boys’ basketball team defeated Sayre, 66-18, on Thursday evening in Wellsboro.

Dalton Prough led the Green Hornets with 19 points, finishing 3-3 at the foul line, 11 rebounds and two assists. Brandyn Tuttle had 18 points including two three-pointers, 11 rebounds, and three assists, Collin Pietropola added eight points, 4-4 from the foul line, Nic Ingerick hit two three-pointers for six points, Holden Kennedy added four points, Quinn Henry, Joseph Grab and Hunter Brown each had three points and Robert Brown finished with two. Henry also added three steals. Hunter Brown had five rebounds and Bergen Weiner had three assists.

For Sayre, Jordan Rockwell and Nate Sweet each finished with five points. Rockwell had one three-pointer. Gage Carnrike added four points, Zach Watkins hit one three-pointer and Isaiah Firestine had one point.

The Green Hornets won the JV match, 49-46. Joseph Grab had 22 points for Wellsboro and Zach Moore had 28 for Sayre.

Towanda 56, NEB 50

Luke Tama scored 29 points to lead Towanda to their 56-50 win over Northeast Bradford on Thursday evening at Towanda.

For Towanda, Damien Thurston finished with 13 points, including three three-pointers. Dalton Potter added eight points, six rebounds, two blocks and two steals; Lars Thomason finished with five points, including one three-pointer, four rebounds and one steal. Tama also had three rebounds, one block, one assist and two steals.

For NEB, Zak Smith led the team with 22 points and one assist, Chaz La Barre finished with eight points, three rebounds, three assists and one steal, Andy Crown added seven points, nine rebounds, one steal and six blocks, Clayton Connor finished with six points, four rebounds, one steal and one assist, Tony Bisagnano added five points, three rebounds, and Nick Shaffer scored two points and had four rebounds.

Troy 75, North Penn-Liberty 56

The Troy Trojans forced 28 turnovers to earn their 75-56 win over North Penn-Liberty on Thursday evening in Troy.

For Troy, Clark Jackson had 15 points, including two three-pointers, Seldon Rogers had 14 points, Nate Martin had 13 points, including two three-pointers, Ja Wallace had nine points, six rebounds and four assists, Dom Ayers finished with nine points, Kaden Murray and Robert Rogers each had five points, Nat Graybill and Cory Davis each had two points and Jacob Hall had one.

The Troy team finished 16-22 from the foul line.

For NPL, Brandyn Choplosky had 13 points, including two three-pointers, Noah Spencer and Duncan Zeafla each had seven points, Zeafla had two three-pointers, Michael Colt had six points, Gunnar Rice hit two three-pointers, Klayton Roupp had four points, Colton Litzelmen hit one three-pointer, Tanner Zeafla and Logyn Chopolosky each had three points, Cory Sponenburg and Nick Grinnell each had two points and Koleton Roupp had one point.

NPL won the JV match 29-23.

Troy travels to Canton on Tuesday.

North Penn-Mansfield 80, Canton 25

Jacob Green hit five three-pointers and scored 16 points to lead NPM to their 80-25 win over Canton on Thursday at Mansfield.

For NPM, Green also had three assists and three steals; Sawyer Freeman had 15 points, two rebounds, three assists and two steals; Brent Burleigh finished with 13 points, three three-pointers and three steals; Garrett David added 13 points, two steals and two blocks; Logan Tokarz finished with six points and four rebounds; Dylan Meyer added six points, six rebounds, two assists and two steals; Nick Kasper finished with five points, four rebounds, eight assists and four steals; Kamren Manikowski had two points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals; Jayden Andrews had two points, three rebounds, four assists and three steals, and Dominic Gaverick had two points.

For Canton, Michael Smithers finished with seven points, Camden Route and Reese Allen each had five points, Zach Rentzel finished with four points and Jordan Tellenic and Jacob Aumick each had two points.


Tioga 71, Odessa-Montour 36

Connor Hutchison and Pierce Hendershot combined to score 35 points to lead Tioga to their 71-36 win over Odessa-Montour on Thursday evening.

Hutchinson finished with 18 points, including one three-pointer, Hendershot had 17 points with five three-pointers, Demario Chambers finished with nine points, Tanner Hollenbeck had eight points, Jacob Armstrong added seven points, and Scott Siberski and Lucas Klossner each had six points.