Lady Raiders bounce Elk Lake

TheBlue Ridgegirls’ basketball team picked up a 24-18 victory overElkLakeat home on Tuesday evening.

The first quarter sawBlue Ridgetake a 5-2 lead over the Raiders, beforeElkLakewould come back to hold a 12-10 advantage by halftime.

After the break, each team scored six points in the third, butBlue Ridgecapped off the win with eight points in the fourth.

The Lady Raiders were led by Jacquelyn Furch who scored eight points while Kristen Brown added six.

Lydia Watkins pacedElkLakewith eight points while Meghan Bush had six and Sabrina Clark dropped in two.


The Montrose Area girls’ basketball team took a commanding 64-20 win over the Lackawanna Trail Lady Lions at home on Tuesday night.

The Meteors led through both quarters of the first half outscoring the Lions 11-3 in the first and 16-7 in the second to put Trail at a 27-10 deficit at the half.

After the break, the Meteors continued to roll as they paced Trail 14-4 in the third and capped off the win with a 23-6 run in the fourth.

Dallas Ely scored 15 points to lead Montrose while Sara Krupinski added 11, Myra Lattimore had nine, and Nicki Lewis and Megan Groover each had seven.

Mountain View’s Mikaela Phillips goes up for a shot against Tunkhannock Area during the girls’ 59-21 loss to Mountain View on Wednesday. STAFF PHOTO/ROBERT BAKER

Mountain View

Mountain View’s Lady Eagles faced a 59-31 loss from Mid Valley on the road Thursday and a 59-21 loss from Tunkhannock Area at home on Wednesday after facing a 57-52 loss fromLakelandat home on Tuesday evening.

On Thursday, the Lady Eagles were outscored 16-3 in the first quarter but led the Spartans 9-6 in the second to be at a 23-12 deficit at halftime.

In the second half, Mid Valley paced the Eagles 15-10 in the third and 22-9 in the fourth to take the loss.

Megan Kress pacedMountain Viewwith 12 points and Mackenzie Whitaker had five points.

On Wednesday, Tunkhannock took a 21-3 lead after the first quarter, and increased it to 30-4 by halftime.

Mountain Viewthen came back to outscore the Tigers 7-3 in the third and 10-6 in the fourth, but Tunkhannock came away with the victory.

Mountain Viewwas led by Kress and Sara Nichols who each had four points.

AgainstLakeland, the Eagles pacedLakelandthrough the first quarter, 12-9, but the Chiefs came back to tie things up by halftime with a 15-12 run in the second.

In the third,Lakelandovertook the Eages with a 15-11 run and capped off the win with an 18-17 drive in the fourth.

Mountain Viewwas led by Tague and Kress who both had 12 points while Victoria Sterling dropped in 11.