2017-01-08 / Sports

Liberty boys win third straight

By the Review

By the Review

North Penn-Liberty started the week without a win in boys’ basketball. They ended the week with three victories as they topped Northern Potter 77-33 to go 3-0 on the week.

Gunnar Rice and Garrett Bickhart each had 15 points as 13 players scored for Liberty in the win Saturday.

Brandyn Choplosky had 12 points and Drake Schmouder had 10 in the win.

Tanner Zeafla had six points for Liberty and Luke Yoder finished with five points.

Colin Schmouder had three points in the game and Deven Harer, Tyler Repard, Logan Horsley, Tyler Boyer and Duncan Zeafla had two points each, while Randy Martin had one point.

Bickhart had six boards, four steals and two assists and Choplosky had four assists and five steals. Drake Schmouder had four boards and three steals and Boyer had three rebounds.

Mansfield 62, Edison 35

The Tigers scored at least 13 points in every quarter of the win.

Brock Burleigh had a double-double with 17 points and 10 boards, along with five assists, and Shane Kelly had a double-double with 16 points and 12 boards, with two assists.

Konnor Manikowski had 13 points for Mansfield, with three boards, and Garrett David, Joel Whitteker and Nathan Mahonski had four points each in the game.

Brent Burleigh and Raiden McLaughlin had two points in the game.

Nate Chorney had 11 points and Adam Houghtaling 10 for Edison.

Mansfield won the JV game 54-41. Dylan Meyer led Mansfield with 22.

Mansfield is at Towanda on Tuesday.

Cowanesque Valley 59, Austin 52

The Indians used a big first half to hold on for the non-league boys’ basketball win Saturday.

CV led 33-24 at the half while Austin out scored them 28-26 in the second half.

Christian Kemp led CV with 17 points while Tyler Vargeson added 14 points.

Skyler Vinluan netted eight, Caleb Fitzwater and Ben Brubaker had six points each, Seth Huyler added four while Dan Freeman and Kurtis Easton had two points a piece.

Brian Shope led Austin with 12 points.

CV won the JV game as well.

Mountain View 62, NEB 46

The Panthers came up short in their non-league game Saturday.

David Ford had a double-double of 12 points and 13 boards to lead NEB while Garret Smith added 14 points.

Austin Senn-Bishop scored 12 points, Zak Smith netted six while Tom Rought and Chaz LaBarre each added two.

Mountain View won the JV game 36-27 as LaBarre had 12 points for the Panthers.

Troy 57, Freedom Village 52

The Trojans trailed 26-22 at the half, and were down 40-37 after three, but outscored Freedom Village 20-12 in the fourth quarter to get the win.

Clark Jackson had 16 points for Troy and Anthony Deitrick had 13 points.

Seldon Rogers had 11 points for Troy, Ja Wallace had nine and Nate Martin had eight points.

Deitrick had a double-double, adding 10 boards, and Martin had six boards. Rogers and Wallace each had three rebounds and Jackson had two boards.

Troy won the JV game 37-17. Troy is at Wyalusing on Monday.

Loyalsock 71, Athens 45

The lancers outscored Athens 46-22 in the first half in the game.

Ethan Lane had 14 for Athens in the game and Gavin Stein had 13, while Daniel Joyce had 11.

Aric Westbrook finished with three for Athens and Mateo Baglini had two points.

Gerald Ross led Loyalsock with 18 and Marcus Williams had 14.

Loyalsock won the JV game 75-42 with Anthony Pastore scoring 21 and Aiden Gair 20 for Loyalsoc.

GIRLS

Sullivan County 52, CMVT 20

The Griffins got 15 points from Kaiti Beinlich and 12 from Sarah Parrish in the win.

Stef Kramer had seven for the Griffins and Ashley Faus finished with six points.

Bethany Weinhardt and Alexis Randall each had four points for the Griffins and Jessica King and Chandra Thomas had two points each.

Parrish had eight boards, four blocks and three steals and Beinlich had seven boards and three steals.

Weinhardt had four points and two steals.

Kramer had eight boards and Leah Beinlich had four boards, four assists and three steals. Randall had five boards and King had two rebounds.

Sullivan won the JV game 45-6 with King scoring 16 and Beinlich had 11, while Thomas had 10 points.

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