Lady Eagles down Blue Ridge

The Mountain View Lady Eagle basketball team picked up a 53-42 victory overBlue Ridgeon the road on Thursday night.

The Eagles got out to an early lead in the first, 10-8, and held a 25-11 lead by halftime.

Second half action sawMountain Viewedged 17-15 in the third and 14-13 in the fourth, but held on to take the victory over the Raiders.

Megan Kress led all scorers with 17 points and Makenna Whitaker added 11 for the Eagles. Victoria Sterling chipped in six.

ForBlue Ridge, Kristen Brown led the way with 12 points while Ashley Warren scored 10 and Katherine Kempa added eight.

Elk Lake’s Kellie Grosvener, left, and Casey Tyler, right, swarm around Lackawanna Trail’s Shelby Croasdale during a 55-40 loss on Thursday. PHOTO COURTESY OF ALICE STUFFLE

Elk Lake

ElkLake’s Lady Warrior basketball team was handed a 55-40 loss from Lackawanna Trail on the road on Thursday evening.

The Warriors fell behind early on as the Lions grabbed a 13-6 lead in the first and improved it to 28-14 by halftime.

In the second half, the Warriors cut the lead with a 14-11 run in the third, however, Lackawanna Trail ended strong with a 16-12 run in the fourth to take the win.

Meghan Bush led the Warriors with 14 points while Taylor Watkins scored eight points and Kellie Grosvenor added seven.


The Susquehanna Lady Saber girls’ basketball team picked up a 64-23 victory overLakelandat Susquehanna on Thursday evening.

The Sabers were put at an early deficit as the Lady Chiefs paced them 22-4 in the first and 16-5 in the second for a 38-9 lead at halftime.

Lakelandthen outscored Susquehanna 21-6 in the fourth, and held on after a 8-5 Susquehanna run in the fourth.

Emily Carmody scored a team-high eight points for Susquehanna while Nichole Barnes had four and Mashawna Hargett had three.