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Kramer nets 30 as Sullivan tops Bucktail.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | February 13, 2018

 

Stef Kramer netted a career high 30 points to lead Sullivan County past Bucktail 77-20 in Mid-Penn girls' basketball action Monday.

Kramer added 10 boards for the double-double to go with seven steals and three assists.

Mykenzie Malacusky added 14 points and six steals while Leah Beinlich scored 10 points.

Jessica King, Alexis Randall and Sophia Springman had seven points a piece. King added six boards and four steals, Randall had four boards, four steals and two blocks while Springman had three rebounds and four assists.

Olivia Haney notched two points and four steals as well.

Wellsboro 66, NP-Mansfield 33

The Hornets finished out the regular season with an NTL girls' basketball win Monday.

Lizzie Poirier and Tory Self combined for 46 points — Poirier netted 24 and Self had 22.

Cathryn Brought added 10, Liza Manning scored six, Rachael Tuttle notched three and Mikel Shabloski added one.

Jeannette Montefusco had 10 points to lead NP-Mansfield while JoAnne McNamara added eight. Shae Berguson notched seven, Jaime Palmer had four points and 10 rebounds, Alaina McKee added two while Hannah Bowens and Sarah Spohn each had one point.

Wellsboro won the JV game 33-14 as Georgia Macensky had 11 points.

Williamson 40, NP-Liberty 27

The Warriors out scored the Mountaineers 18-8 in the final quarter to pull away for the NTL win in girls' basketball action Monday.

Brianna Padgett led Williamson with 10 points, three boards, three assists and three steals while Bethanny Boyce had nine points, seven boards five assists and three steals.

Hannah Deacon had eight points, eight boards and two assists, Lilly Fitzmartin netted five points with five boards, Emylee Yusko had four points, three boards and three blocks while Ella Durst and Mary Stager chipped in with two points each. Durst also had three rebounds.

Taylor Thompson, Alyssa Remley and McKenzie Bogaczyk had six points each to lead NP-Liberty while Katie Mitstifer netted five and Emma Williams scored four.