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Sayre girls rally past NEB.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 31, 2018

 

ROME — The Sayre girls' basketball team took a step closer to winning the NTL, Division II title after a 39-29 win at Northeast Bradford on Tuesday.

NEB led 11-4 after one quarter, but Sayre outscored the Panthers 24-13 in the second half.

Camry Lane led Sayre with 14 points and Blair Wampole finished with eight points. Carrie Claypool, Emily Sutryk and Steph Klovekorn had five points each, while Emily Moore had two points.

Emilee Allis led NEB with 10 points and Aaliyah Bevacqua had nine points. Jaycee Brown had five for the Panthers, Josie Haverly had three points and Lindsay Moore had two points.

Haverly had 16 boards and Allis had nine, while Moore had six and six steals and seven assists.

NEB won the JV game 49-30. Jorja Welch led NEB with 13 points, Rought had 12 and Lauryn Jones had 10 points.

Gabbi Randall led Sayre with 14 points.

Wellsboro 74, Towanda 30

The Green Hornets got 24 points from Tory Self and Lizzie Poirier had 22 in the win.

Self nearly had a triple-double, with nine assists and 10 boards, along with four steals.

Liza Manning had nine points for Wellsboro along with 10 boards and Mikel Shabloski and Cathryn Brought had six each, while Dani Hunt had four points and Emma Poirier had three points. Shabloski had seven boards.

Hannah Chandler led Towanda with 17 points and Taylor Parker had four points. Cearra McLinko had three points and Lindsey Leljedal, Erin Barrett and Amanda Horton had two points each.

Athens 33, Wyalusing 19

Kayleigh Miller had a career-high 12 points for Athens in the win.

Kara Chapman had 10 points and 14 boards and Sophie Adams and Megan Collins had five points each, while Kassidy Peterson had one point.

Chapman added two blocked shots, Miller had seven boards and three assists, Adams had five boards and two assists and Avery Priester had three boards, three assists and two steals.

Hanah Chamberlin had two steals and two boards for Wyalusing and Catherine Brown had two points, three rebounds and a steal. Madison Putnam had a board and Paige Robinson had two points and two rebounds.

Callie Bennett had five points, a rebound, an assist and a steal and Morgan Woodruff had a rebound and a blocked shot.

Daphne Fassett had two boards and Sarah Bird had two points, 10 boards and two assists, while Emily Champluvier had eight points, six boards and two assists.

Athens hosts Wellsboro on Thursday.

Cowanesque Valley 46, NP-Mansfield 39

The Indians clinched a spot in the D4 playoffs with the win on Tuesday.

Karmen Short led CV with 14 points and Nicole Hummell had nine points.

Delaney Doan had eight for CV, Amaya Walker had six points and Makayla Vargeson had five points, while Brynn Williams had four points.

JoAnne McNamara led NPM with 16 points and Lizzi Welch had nine points.

Jaime Palmer had seven for Mansfield and Shae Berguson had four points, while Alaina McKee had two points.

Notre Dame 56, Newark Valley 37

The Crusaders got 19 points from Courteney Crater in the win.

Madison Watts had 14 points and Mary Foster had 12 in the win.

Taylor VanDine, Kathryn Gough and Kahlia Rivera had three points each and Izzy Milazzo had two points.

Canton 41, North Penn-Liberty 27

Tamara Hess had 15 to lead the Warriors to the win on Tuesday.

Shea Roupp had 10 for Canton and Emma Bly finished with eight points, while Joelle Urban and Kaitlyn Krise had four each.

Taylor Thompson led NPL with eight points and Eva Rice had seven points.

Mckenzie Bogaczyk had six for NPL and Alyssa Remley had five points, while Katie Mistifer had one point.

Waverly 62, Johnson City 42

Alex Tomasso had 14 points to lead Waverly to the win.

Marissa Trudeau and Wendi Hammond had 11 points each for the Wolverines and Elle Nittinger had five points, while Sidney Tomasso and Paige Lewis had five points each.

Zoe Mennig and Paige Miller both had four points for Waverly.

Taylor Johnson led Johnson City with 12 points.