Wellsboro rolls past Troy.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 3, 2018


TROY — Wellsboro jumped out to a 22-4 first quarter lead en route to their 79-27 win over Troy in NTL Division-II boys' basketball action Tuesday.

Dalton Prough had 13 points, five boards, five assists and two blocks to lead the Hornets while Quinn Henry added 12 points, four assists and three steals.

Nic Ingerick had 11 points, including three three-pointers and four assists while Collin Pietropola had 10 points, five boards, three blocks, two assists and two steals.

Joseph Grab had nine points, all in the fourth quarter, while Brandyn Tuttle had seven points and 11 rebounds.

Andrew Brelo had seven points, Holden Kennedy and Hunter Brown each had four points while Bergen Weiner chipped in with two. Tanner Button added three assists.

Ja Wallace led Troy with 12 points while Robert Rogers added eight, all in the fourth quarter.

Seldon Rogers scored five with Clark Jackson and Morgan Madison each netting one point.

Wellsboro won the JV game 39-29 as Grab had 16 points.

Moravia 58, Tioga 56

The Tigers were out scored 21-6 in the final quarter as they fell in IAC cross-over boys' basketball action Tuesday.

Tioga led 29-24 at the half then used a 21-13 third quarter to go up by 13 points at the start of the fourth quarter.

Moravia's top scorers of Kaden Hooper and Kaleb Stayton combined for 16 points in the final quarter to lead the comeback effort. Hooper finished with 18 points while Stayton had 17.

Lucas Klossner had 17 points to lead Tioga while Demario Chambers added 13 and Pierce Hendershot scored 10.

Connor Hutchison added eight points while Nick Klossner and Scott Siberski had four points a piece.

Canton 60, Sayre 48

Freshman Camden Route netted 20 points while Michael Smithers had a double-double as the Warriors bounced back from their 0-2 tournament performance last week to pick up an NTL Division-II boys' basketball win Tuesday.

Canton jumped out to a 32-17 halftime lead and pushed that to a 46-29 advantage going into the fourth quarter.

The Redskins fought back in the final frame, out scoring Canton 19-14, but the whole was too deep.

Smithers had 15 points and 14 boards while Silas Binford also had a double-double of 10 points and 12 rebounds.

Zach Rentzel chipped in with 10 points while Bishop Walmsley had five. Zach Davy added six rebounds and six assists.

Ryan Murrelle had 23 points to lead the Redskins while James Esposito netted 14. Gage Carnrike added four, Jordan Rockwell scored three while Isaiah Firestine and Corbin Brown had two points a piece.

Wyalusing 49, North Penn-Liberty 35

The game was tied at 19-all at the half, but the Rams held NP-Liberty to four third-quarter points as they pulled away for the NTL Division-II boys' basketball win Tuesday.

Wyalusing out scored the Mountaineers 14-4 in the crucial quarter then were perfect from the free throw line — 7-for-7 — in the fourth to get the win.

Jon Morrison had 17 points to lead Wyalusing while Chandler Brown chipped in with 11.

Kasar Cameron added nine points and seven boards, Calvin Burke netted six, Scott Eberlin had four while Will Martin rounded out the scoring with two points, but nabbed five steals. Eli Bennett chipped in with three steals.

Brandyn Choplosky had 16 points to lead the Mounties while Noah Spencer and Logan Horsley had six points each. Klayton Roupp added three while Duncan Zeafla and Issac Way each had two.

Athens 94, Towanda 67

The Wildcats jumped out to a 20-10 first quarter lead and never looked back in their NTL Division-I boys' basketball win Tuesday.

Gavin Stein stayed hot with 29 points for Athens while Aaron Lane (16 points), Ethan Lane (15 points) and Keegan Rude (13 points) also scored in double figures.

Damian Hudson had eight points, Mateo Baglini scored six, Aric Westbrook added five while Wyatt Walters netted two.

Luke Tama had 17 points and six boards to lead the Black Knights while Lars Thomason and Matt Madigan had 12 points a piece. Madigan added seven rebounds.

Dalton Potter scored eight, Damien Thurston added seven, Bob Farley chipped in with six and Dylan Hartmann had five.

Northeast Bradford 53, Cowanesque Valley 42

A big first quarter propelled the Panthers to a road NTL Division-II boys' basketball win Tuesday.

NEB led 18-7 after the first quarter but CV hung in there, out scoring the Panthers 21-17 in the middle quarters.

In the fourth, NEB out scored CV 18-14 to hold on for the win.

Andy Crown led the Panthers with 17 points while Chaz Labarre added 14 and Zak Smith netted 13, including four threes.

Clayton Connor had five points, all in the fourth quarter, while Nick Marino added four.

Christian Kemp netted 14 points to lead the Indians while Seth Huyler added eight.

Tyler Vargeson scored seven, Daniel Freeman had six, Jack Stone netted three with Owen Fitzwater and Skyler Vinluan scoring two points each to round out the CV scorers.

North Penn-Mansfield 79, Williamson 36

The Tigers jumped out to a 26-4 first quarter lead in their NTL Division-II boys' basketball win Tuesday.

Forwards Dylan Meyer and Garrett David combined for 44 points to lead NP-Mansfield. Meyer had a double-double of 20 points and 12 boards, while adding three steals, with David scoring 24 points and grabbing eight rebounds.

Nick Kasper had 15 points and four steals, Sawyer Freeman had six points, Brion Smith added five points and nine boards, Kamren Manikowski had four points, Dominic Garverick added three points while Brent Burleigh had two points, nine boards, 10 assists and four steals.

Jayden Andrews chipped in with three assists and four steals.

Tanner Adriance led Williamson with eight points while Sam Fish and Simon Fish had seven points each.

Carter Strange added five points, Kolby Allen had four points, Tristan Templeman netted three while Andrew Hackett and Garret Mosher had one point each.

Waverly 56, Dryden 41

In IAC cross-over boys' basketball action the Wolverines got a career night from Scott Woodring to get the win.

Woodring had 19 points and a career-high 17 boards for the double-double while Jason Jequinto added 15 points and four steals.

Matt VanHouten had nine points and seven rebounds, Chandler Whitmarsh added seven points, Dylan Ward had five points, nine rebounds and three steals while Eithan McEnulty had one point and three assists.

Wesley Stallman led Dryden with 19 points.

Dryden won the JV game 63-55 as Elijah Craft had 16 points for Waverly.

The Wolverines host Watkins Glen Friday.

Notre Dame 75, Trumansburg 46

Gary Raupers nearly had a triple double as the Crusaders continued their strong play from the Josh Palmer Tournament to IAC cross-over action in boys' basketball Tuesday.

Notre Dame assisted on 22 of their 31 field goals as Raupers had 26 points, nine steals and seven assists while Kyreese Fisher added 15 points and six assists.

Notre Dame coach Bill Hopkins was pleased to see his team's performance carry over from last week.

"We played differently than we did in the tournament," noted Hopkins. "We have to be able to play multiple styles so that we can adjust as we face teams along the path."

Cole Clark added 12 points while Ben Cook scored seven. Ryess Youmans added five, Brody Nemier and Hunter Homerda each netted three while Dan Stearns and Cullen McWhorter had two points a piece.

Josiah Lopez had 15 points to lead Trumansburg.

Notre Dame won the JV game 56-31 as Joe Sheehan had 18 points.

The Crusaders make the long trip to Southern Cayuga on Friday.

Sullivan County 90, Montgomery 12

All 14 Griffins scored as they picked up the Mid-Penn boys' basketball win Tuesday.

John Saxe had 15 points and six boards to lead the Griffins while Sam Carpenter scored 14.

Trace Nearing added nine, Jalen Thomas had eight points and seven assists with Justin Metzger and Dylan Hottenstein getting seven points each. Hottenstein added five assists and eight steals.

Omar Rubio and Dave Pardoe had six points each, Jesse Williams and Nathan Hansen had four points each, Alex Schweitzer and Alex Baumunk each had three points while Will Kiner and Chris Walsh both scored two.

Sullivan will travel to St. John Neumann on Friday.