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Williamson tops NP-Mansfield.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | December 22, 2016


TIOGA JUNCTION — Williamson got a balanced effort in their 49-30 win over NP-Mansfield in NTL girls' basketball action Wednesday.

Brittany Boyce and Makayla Butz had 11 points each to lead the Warriors with Butz handing out six assists and Boyce getting three steals.

Andrea Sheive added 10 points and seven boards while Hannah Deacon had seven points and four steals.

Emma Durst had four points and three steals, Maran Davis added four points and Bethany Boyce netted two.

Lauren Smith had 13 points and 10 boards to lead the Tigers while Shaelyn Berguson added seven.

Alaina McKee netted six while Brittany Weiskopff and Elli Fry had two points apiece.

Athens 65, Canton 17

The Wildcats held Canton to two first half points in their NTL girls' basketball win Wednesday.

Shanell Baglini had 17 points to lead the Wildcats while Emily Lunger added 16.

Breana Gambrell netted 11, Ariana Gambrell scored eight, Reagan Lynch notched six, Kara Chapman had four and Emma Adams added three.

Emalie Marnati and Tamara Hess had four points apiece to lead Canton while Elle Binford added three. Shea Roupp, Joelle Urban and Emma Bly had two points each to out the Warrior scorers.

Sayre 44, Towanda 5

The Lady Redskins got 18 points and eight boards from Kaeli Sutryk as they picked up an NTL girls' basketball win over Towanda in their annual Pink Game.

"Proud of the win and the unselfish play once again of this team," said Sayre coach Eileen Sparduti. "But we are even prouder of our donation to the Guthrie Breast Care Fund. We appreciate the support of all our donors. And the efforts made by the Lady Knights and the Towanda National Honor Society to make this night a community success."

Camry Lane added eight points while Molly Ball had five points and 15 boards.

Chloe Tracy had four points and three assists, Brit Benjamin added four points with Andi Noldy, Steph Klovekorn, Emily Moore and Madi Wheeler scoring two points apiece.

Blair Wampole added four steals.

Cearra McLinko and Sydney Schoonover each had two points while Kinslee Kriner added one.

Wellsboro 48, Northeast Bradford 27

The Hornets jumped out to a 17-2 first quarter lead en route to their NTL girls' basketball win Wednesday.

The Poiriers combined for 32 points as Lizzie Poirier had 17 and Emma Poirier netted 15.

Jessica Grab added six points, Rachael Tuttle and Autum Kitajima had four points each while Mikel Shabloski added two.

Megan Brown had eight points, five boards and two assists to lead the Panthers while Aaliyah Bevacqua had seven points and three boards.

Lindsey Moore netted six points with five boards and four steals while Krista Hallett notched two points.

Josie Haverly added 10 rebounds.

Wellsboro won the JV game 36-35 behind 10 points from Cathryn Brought. Bevacqua led NEB with 13.

The Panthers are at NP-Liberty Friday.

Sullivan County 39, Hughesville 27

Down 11-9 after the first quarter the Griffins outscored the Spartans 30-16 the rest of the way to stay unbeaten in girls' basketball Wednesday.

Bethany Weinhardt and Kaiti Beinlich had 10 points each to lead Sullivan while Ashley Faus added eight.

Sarah Parrish netted five, Stef Kramer had four with Leah Beinlich getting two.

Emily Akers had 15 points to lead Hughesville.

The Spartans won the JV game 42-32 as Leah Beinlich had 10 for the Griffins.

Montoursville Tournament

Montoursville 62, Troy 30

The Trojans came up short in their opening game of the Montoursville Tournament Wednesday.

Morgan Gentile had 15 points, five boards, four assists and three steals to lead Troy while Sam Gentile added five points, nine boards and three steals.

Carla Proto had six points and two blocks, Roxanne Kingsley added two points and two steals while Madison McClelland had two points.

"Coach Heap has an experienced team who moved and shot the ball really well," said Troy coach Brian Burchard. "I am proud of the way we competed right to the end and will be looking for that same effort Thursday against Williamsport."

They play the Millionaires at 7:30 p.m. today.