Wyalusing's Cameron hits buzzer-beater to defeat Troy.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | January 20, 2018

 

WYALUSING — Kasar Cameron (10 points, nine rebounds, two steals) scored as time expired to give Wyalusing their 56-55 win over Troy on Friday.

For the Rams, Jon Morrison had 19 points, 10 rebounds and two steals; Will Martin finished with 12 points; Scott Eberlin had nine points; Calvin Burke finished with three points; Eli Bennett had two points and Chandler Brown scored one point.

For Troy, Clark Jackson scored 17 points to go with six boards, three assists and three steals, Ja Wallace and Seldon Rogers each had 12 points, Nate Martin finished with eight points and Dom Ayers had six points.

Martin ended up with five steals and five boards.

Towanda 83, Canton 59

Dalton Potter had 21 points in Towanda's 83-59 win over Canton on Friday evening.

For Towanda, Luke Tama had 17 points, one block and three steals; Damien Thurston added 13 points; Lars Thomason had 12 points; Matt Madigan finished with 10 points and six rebounds; Bob Farley had eight points and Quadir Brice finished with two points.

For Canton, Michael Smithers scored 25 points, Zach Rentzel, Silas Binford and Camden Route each had nine points, Zach Devy had three points and Bishop Walmsly and Jacob Aumick each had two points.

Athens 75, Sayre 46

Gavin Stein had 22 points, three assists and six steals in Athens' 75-46 win over Sayre on Friday.

For the Wildcats, Ethan Lane scored 18 points, Aric Westbrook had 16 points and nine rebounds, Brady Smith finished with six points, Mateo Baglini and Ben Gambrell each had four points and Keegan Rude finished with two points.

For Sayre, Corbin Brown finished with 14 points, James Esposito had 11 points, Ryan Murelle finished with six points, Gage Carnrike had four points and Zach Watkins, Ethan Miller and Isiah Firestine each had two points.

Wellsboro 67, North Penn-Liberty 36

Dalton Prough finished with 17 points, 11 rebounds and five assists for Wellsboro in their 67-36 win over North Penn-Liberty on Friday.

For the Green Hornets, Quinn Henry finished with 12 points, four rebounds, four assists and four steals; Andrew Brelo added 10 points and two rebounds; Collin Pietropola finished with 10 points, five rebounds and three steals; Brandyn Tuttle had nine points and seven rebounds; Nic Ingerick finished with seven points and four steals; and Hunter Brown had two points and three rebounds.

For NPL, Noah Spencer had nine points, Brandyn Choplosky finished with seven points, Logan Horsely finished with six points, Logyn Choplosky and Micah Kolb each had four points, Colton Litzelman had three points and Duncan Zeafla had two points.

NPL won the JV match, 30-23.

North Penn-Mansfield 61, Cowanesque Valley 48

Nick Kasper finished with 23 points, seven rebounds and one steal in NPM's 61-48 victory over CV on Friday.

For NPM, Garrett David had 15 points, nine rebounds and two blocks; Sawyer Freeman added seven points, two rebounds and one assist; Dylan Meyer had six points, six rebounds and six steals; Jayden Andrews finished with five points, four rebounds, six assists and two steals.

For CV, Tyler Vargeson and Dan Freeman each had 11 points, Skyler Vinluan had ten points, Christian Kemp and Kurtis Easton each had six points and Seth Huyler had four points.

NEW YORK

Notre Dame 65, Watkins Glen 63

Gary Raupers tied his career-high with 35 points in Notre Dame's 65-63 win over Watkins Glen on Friday.

For ND, Cole Clark scored 12 points, Ben Cook had nine points and eight rebounds, Kyreese Fisher finished with five points, Dan Stearns had four points, and Justin Bauco had five steals.

Michael Doane scored 18 points for Watkins Glen.

Watkins Glen won the JV match.

ND does not not play until next Friday away at Edison.

Tioga 69, Odessa-Montour 44

Connor Hutchison led the Tigers with 18 points to their 69-44 win over Odessa Montour on Friday.

For Tioga, Tanner Hollenbeck had 12 points, Pierce Hendershot finished with 11 points, Scott Siberski had eight points, Nick Klossner added six points, Demario Chambers finished with five points, Lucas Klossner added four points, Derrick Barto had three points and Sam Taylor finished with two points.

Tioga fell to OM in the Jv game, 51-37.

Waverly 71, Edison 55

Jason Jequinto hit three three-pointers, scored 13 points and had a career-high seven steals in Waverly's 71-55 win over Edison on Friday.

Scott Woodring had 13 points and 12 rebounds for Waverly, Gavin Judson finished with 15 points and four assists, Dylan Ward finished with 11 points, Matt VanHouten added eight points, Eithan McEnulty added six points, Brady Roney had three points and Chandler Whitmarsh had two.

Waverly won the JV match, 40-31. Jalen McCarty scored 12 points.

Waverly hosts Newark Valley at home, next Friday for their Parents and Senior Night.

NEB 54, Williamson 46

Clayton Connor had a career-high 19 points to go with seven boards and four steals as the Panthers picked up an NTL boys' basketball win Friday.

Zak Smith added 14 points and three assists, Chazz Labarre had 10 points, Andy Crown netted five while Lucas Crown and Spencer Jackson had three points apiece.

Simon Fish led the Warriors with 12 points while Tanner Adriance netted nine. Kolby Allen, Carter Strange and Sam Fish had five points apiece while Andrew Hackett and Tristan Templeman netted two each.