Roundup: Muncy boys beat Sullivan County

A look at Friday and Saturday’s games from around the area.



Muncy 71, Sullivan County 36

NOTES: Michael Fry scored a career-high 21 points, hitting five 3-pointers, for Muncy. Ross Eyer had his 11th consecutive double-double with 21 points and 13 rebounds.

St. John Neumann 81, Benton 40

NOTES: Davion Hill scored 23 points and had six boards and Hanief Clay scored 20.

South Williamsport 68, CMVT 34

NOTES: Grant Bachman, Lee Habalar and Sequan Roberts all had double-doubles for the Mounties. Bachman and Habalar each scored 17 points.

Loyalsock 81, Midd-West 45

NOTES: Loyalsock clinched its 22nd conecutive District 4 playoff berth as three players scored 15 points. the Lancers scored 54 by halftime. Saraj Ali had a 15-point, 12-rebound double-double.

Lewisburg 61, Shikellamy 57

NOTES: Jake Hernandez scored 18 points, Joey Martin scored 17 and Cam Michaels scored 11 as the Green Dragons earned their ninth victory in 10 games.

Northwest 53, Montgomery 34

NOTES: Logan Almeida scored 13 points and Austin Kuhn added 11, but a big fourth-quarter run helped Northwest top Montgomery.

Hughesville 68, Warrior Run 47

NOTES: Cam Fetterman dished out eight assists and Dylan Bieber scored a game-high 17 points as the Spartans had three double-digit scorers.

Mount Carmel 72, Milton 49

NOTES: Jace Brandt and Gavin miniium scored double-digit points with 19 and 15, respectively.


Harrisburg 53, Williamsport 43

NOTES: Kailee Helmrich scored 22 points and Sarina Beiter added eight.

Canton 36, Montgomery 17

NOTES: Kendall Kitchen scored a game-high 13 for the Warriors. Taylor McRae led the Red Raiders with a nine-point effort.


Lewisburg 54, Towanda 23

Athens 60, Lewisburg 36

NOTES: Kimberly Shannon won the 200 free and 100 back and Emma Gerlinski picked up a victory in the 50 free. The Green Dragons are now 2-6.


Lewisbug 72, Towanda 21

Lewisburg 53, Athens 48

NOTES: Mason Ordonez won the 200 IM and 500 free and Mitchell Malusis earned a win in the 100 fly. Wellsboro’s Hayne Webster won the 200 free in 2:03.09. Lewisburg’s Aidan Gross won the 100 free and Jackson Ramsey won in the diving competition for Lewisburg.



Lewisburg 37, Danville 31

Lewisburg 57, Shamokin 15

Lewisburg 68, Loyalsock 3

NOTES: At 120 pounds, Quinton Barlett pinned Loyalsock’s Brayden Gifford in 3 minutes, 15 seconds, pinned Shamokin’s Reese Alleman in 42 seconds and beat Danville’s Eli Welliver by major decision.


Penn College 78, Morrisville State 72

NOTES: Loyalsock graduate James Ross came off the bench to score 22 points for Penn College, going 8 for 14 from the field. Gavin Barrett had a 17-point, nine-assist night.

Bucknell 68,

Holy Cross 65

NOTES: Xander Rice scored 16 points, Andrew Funk scored 14, Andre Screen had 12 and Ian Motta added 12. Screen had 13 rebounds and Malachi Rhodes grabbed 10.

Stevens 66, Lycoming 61

NOTES: Mo Terry had 18 points and 12 rebounds. Sophomore Steven Hamilton had 14 points, Matt Ilodigwe scored 12 and Mavin James added 12. Junior DeAundre Manuel had a career-high 11 rebounds.

Shippensburg 69, Lock Haven 58

NOTES: Jesse McPherson scored 20 points for Lock Haven, earning his first double-double of the year with 10 rebounds. DaQuan Granberry also had a 12-point, 10-rebound double-double.

Millersville 96, Mansfield 69

NOTES: Loyalsock graduate Idris Ali had five points, six assists, five rebounds and three steals. Scott Woodring led Mansfield with 17 points.


Stevens 63, Lycoming 46

NOTES: Meghan Dufner had a 13-point, 10-rebound double-double with four assists and three steals, but she was the only Warrior to score in double figures.

Holy Cross 63, Bucknell 62 (OT)

NOTES: Avery LaBarbera had a 30-point, 11-rebound night for Holy Cross. Bucknell was led by Mary Walls (14 points), Taylor O’Brien (12) and Cecelia Collins (11).

Shippensburg 59, Lock Haven 52

NOTES: Audrey Weigl led the Bald Eagles with 16 points and Ahnera Parker had a double-double wtih 10 points and 10 rebounds. Brooke LAwyer also scored 11.

Morrisville State 69, Penn College 45

NOTES: Ja’Quela Dyer had 17 rebounds. Galeton graduate Makaya Shadle and Maci Ilgen each had seven rebounds. Ilgen led Penn College with 13 points and Muncy graduate Kassidi Lenhart had 11.

Millersville 61, Mansfield 46

NOTES: Paige Whitfield scored 13 for the Mounties and Jasmine Hilton was just shy of a double-double with 11 rebounds and eight points.


Lock Haven 17, Clarion 16

NOTES: A win by Isaac Reid in the final bout at 285 pounds gave Lock Haven a thrilling victory as he won via major decision, 14-6. No. 21st-ranked Anthony Noto had a 4-1 win at 125 pounds to give the Bald Eagles an early 3-0 lead.


Lycoming 112, Wilkes 67 (men)

Lycoming 95, Wilkes 27 (women)

NOTES: Loyalsock graduate Elisa DiNicola won the 200 free and 100 fly in 2:20.03 and 1:05.15, respectively, to help the Warriors win on the women’s side. On the men’s side, C.J. Zortman and freshman Noah Vivian each earned a victory.



Loyalosck 54, Central Columbia 39

NOTES: Allyia Kennedy scored 16 points and Izzy Dadzie added six as the Lancers won their eight straight game.

South Williamsport 54, CMVT 11

NOTES: Aleigha Rieppel drained four first-half 3-pointers en route to a 14-point effort in the Mounties’ win to improve to 11-1. Lacy Kriebel added 11 and Piper Minier scored 10.

Southern Columbia 33, Hughesville 21

NOTES: Alli Anstadt scored 12 for the Spartans (6-7).

Northwest 36, Montgomery 31 (OT)

NOTES: SHelby McRae scored nine points and Faith Persing returned for the first time since last month to add eight.

Towanda 61, Montoursville 41

NOTES: Maddie Labatch scored 11 and Sydnie Stone added 10, but the Warriors couldn’t rally late.

Mount Carmel 38, Warrior Run 31

NOTES: Warrior Run overcame a scoreless first quarter to give the defending Class AA state champions a scare. Emily McKee had a game-high 17 points.

Muncy 64, Sullivan County 31

NOTES: Avery Bigelow scored 20 and Ariana Copeland added 12 as Muncy scored 48 first-half points.

Lewisburg 31, Mifflinburg 20

NOTES: Keeley Baker had a 15-point, 10-rebound double-double. Sophie Kilbride had seven steals, five assists and four rebounds.

Athens 56, North Penn-Mansfield 21

NOTES: Caydence Macik (22 points) outscored the Tigers herself for Athens.

Shamokin 32, Central Mountain 21

NOTES: Mia Kopyscianski was the only Wildcat in double figures as she scored 10 points. Kiahna Jones added five.

Jersey Shore 52, Midd-West 19

NOTES: Jersey Shore outscored the Mustangs 24-0 in the first quarter. Peyton Dincher scored 15 points for the Bulldogs, who had 11 players score.


Wellsboro 62, Sayre 56

NOTES: Liam Manning and Peyton McClure combined for 38 points. Manning scored 20.

North Penn-Liberty 55, Williamson 42

NOTES: Derek Litzelman and Noah Shedden each scored 17 for the Mounties.

Troy 68, Canton 41

NOTES: Troy all-state guard Ty Barrett scored 21 points to snap Canton’s seven-game win sreak.

Towanda 65, Cowanesque Valley 64

NOTES: McGwire Painter scored 25 points and Gage Tilton added 21. Cowanesque also received 11 from St. Peter.



Muncy 41, Sugar Valley 30

NOTES: Muncy’s Ty Nixon pinned Corey Kking in 1:14 and Austin Johnson earned a 17-second pin at 215 to help the Indians defeat Sugar Valley.


Lock Haven 25, George Mason 11

NOTES: Behind seven victories, including three with bonus points, the Bald Eagles won at home. Anthony Noto, ranked No. 23 in the nation at 125, won with a 10-4 decision in the opening bout.

Alvernia 38, Penn College 12

NOTES: Patrick Snoke won at 133 for the Wildcats with a pin in just 25 seconds and Derek Kallenborn earned a pin at heavyweight for Penn College in 3:53.



YSU Collegiate Invitational

NOTES: Karina Long placed third in the long jump (5.52 meters) to hit a PSAC qualifying mark. Riyana Owens had a time of 7.76 in the 60-meter dash to finish fourth.


YSU Collegiate Invitational

NOTES: Gage Krall and Matthew Muthler both hit PSAC qualifying marks in the mile, finishing in 4:24.18 and 4:24.71, respectively. Milton graduate Tanner Walter finished in the top 25 of the 3,000-meter race.


James Madison 7, Bucknell 0

NOTES: Tim Zelikovsky and Carlos Carvalho won 6-4 at No. 2 doubles.


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