Athens girls down Towanda.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 26, 2018

 

ATHENS — The Wildcats picked up a 53-17 win over Towanda on Thursday night.

Kara Chapman led the Wildcats with 19 points and Emily Lunger had 14.

Kassidy Peterson had nine points for Athens and Haley Barry had four points, while Emily Pennison had three and Avery Priester and Sophie Adams each had two points.

Towanda was led by Hannah Chandler with 10 points and Cearra McLinko had three points, while Erin Barrett and Taylor Parker had two points each.

Towanda won the JV game 34-33. Barry led Athens with eight.

Athens is at Sayre on Saturday.

North Penn-Mansfield 46, North Penn-Liberty 14

JoAnne McNamara had 17 points and eight steals and seven rebounds to lead NPM to the win on Thursday.

Jaime Palmer had eight points for Mansfield and Jeanette Montefusco had seven points.

Hannah Bowens had five points for the Tigers and Alyssa Smith had four points, while Alaina McKee had three points and Shaelyn Berguson had two points.

Mckenzie Bogaczyk led NPL with eight points and Taylor Thomspon, Emma Williams and Alyssa Remley had two points each.

Sayre 49, Canton 25

Blair Wampole led Sayre with 14 points and 11 boards, with five blocked shots in the win.

Carrie Claypool had eight points and Emily Moore and Camry Lane each had six points.

Stephanie Klovekorn had five points and Emily Sutryk and Gabbi Randall had four points each, while Amber Merrill had two points.

Klovekorn had six boards and Sutryk had six steals, while Lane had three assists.

Tamara Hess led Canton with 11 points and Shea Roupp had nine points, while Joelle Urban had three points and Hailey Wesneski had two points.

"I think having a game that did not require a bus ride suited us," Sayre coach Eileen Sparduti said. "Much better energy tonight on both ends of the floor. It was good to see Blair Wampole post her first double-double of the season and was very active inside. Our guards did a good job seeing inside opportunities tonight. Great contributions from our bench, which will help down the road as well."

Sayre won the JV game 25-21 with Randall scoring 10 points.

Wellsboro 58, Troy 9

Tory Self had 18 points to lead the Green Hornets to the win. Self added 10 steals and six assists, with four boards.

Lizzie Poirier had 13 for Wellsboro and Emma Poirier finished with 10 points in the win.

Cathryn Brought had seven for Wellsboro and Liza Manning had four points.

Dani Hunt had three points and Mikel Shabloski had two points, while Bailey Monks added one point for the Green Hornets.

Emma Poirier had seven boards and three assists, Lizzie Poirier had six boards, three steals and three assists and Manning had seven rebounds and six steals.

Marissa Bulkley led Troy with five points and Emilie Cole and Roxanne Kingsley each had two points.

Bulkley had a rebound, Cole had a rebound, Kingsley had nine boards. Hannah Houseknecht had a rebound, Katherine Polakowski had three boards, Rachel Hickok had two rebounds and Shyanna Yaggie had a rebound.

Troy hosts Williamson on Tuesday.

NEB 44, CV 41

The Panthers got 15 points, on five threes, from Jaycee Brown as they held on for the win. Brown has 11 threes in her past two games.

NEB led 15-2 after one quarter, but CV outscored the Panthers 13-4 in the fourth to make it close.

Up by one with 15 seconds left, Emilee Allis hit two free throws to secure the win for NEB.

Allis had 10 points in the game and Aaliyah Bevacqua, Lauryn Jones and Josie Haverly all had six points, while Lindsay Moore had one point.

Moore had nine assists and Bevacqua had eight boards.

Amaya Walker and Makayla Vargeson had 10 points each for CV and Nicole Hummell had eight points, while Delaney Doan had seven points and Brynn Williams had six points.

NEB won the JV game 65-22. Lauryn Schultz led NEB with 13 points and Kara Hallett had 11 rebounds.

NEB hosts Sayre on Tuesday.

Williamson 43, Wyalusing 31

The Warriors scored 20 first-quarter points in the win.

Bethanny Boyce and Lilly Fitzmartin each finished with 14 points in the win.

Fitzmartin had four boards and three assists and Boyce had six assists and eight boards, with three steals.

Emylee Yusko had eight points and six boards and Mary Stager, Jenna Gee and Brianna Padgett had two points each, while Hannah Deacon had one point.

Deacon had seven boards and Gee had three assists.

Hailey Jayne and Callie Bennett each led Wyalusing with seven points and Hanah Chamberlin had five points.

Paige Robinson had four points for the Rams and Sarah Bird finished with three points.

Morgan Woodruff and Daphne Fassett had two points each and Catherine Brown finished with one point.

Coudersport 87, Galeton 41

Cara Parsell had 11 for Galeton in the loss.

Brielle Kalacinski had 10 points for Galeton and Haylee Lundington, Katelyn Pagano and Makaya Shadle each had six points.

Shaelyn Black led Coudersport with 26 points.

Elmira 63, Corning 23

Kiara Fisher had 14 points, four steals and four assists to lead the Express, who are ranked fifth in the state.

Morgan Gentile and Zaria Demember-Shazer had 11 points each and Shazer had seven boards and two blocks, while Gentile had five boards. Mariah Gonzalez had nine rebounds.

Elmira hosts Norwich on senior night on Saturday.