EL girls drop game to Lehman

The Elk Lake girls’ basketball team was handed a 65-32 loss from Lake-Lehman on the road on Thursday night.

The Warriors were put in an early hole as the Black Knights outscored them 23-6 in the first and 15-13 in the second to trail 38-19 at halftime.

In the second half, Lake-Lehman continued to dominate with an 18-6 third quarter and a 10-7 fourth.

Elk Lake was led by Taylor Watkins with 11 points while Casey Tyler scored nine and Meghan Bush added six.


The Susquehanna girls’ basketball team was handed a 43-27 loss from Tunkhannock Area at home on Tuesday.

The Tigers took an early lead with a 6-5 run in the first quarter before outscoring the Sabers 14-12 in the second to hold a 20-17 advantage at halftime.

In the second half, Tunkhannock put the Sabers away, outscoring them 15-5 in the third and 8-5 in the fourth.

Susquehanna was led by Mashawna Hargett, who scored 12, while Sarah Serfilippi and Emily Carmody each dropped in four.

Mountain View

Mountain View’s girls’ basketball team took a 51-29 loss from Western Wayne on the road on Tuesday night.

Mountain View and Western Wayne each scored 11 in the first quarter, and Western Wayne held a 22-21 lead at halftime.

In the second half, Western Wayne ran away with the lead after a pair of big quarters with a 13-3 run in the third and a 16-5 run in the fourth.

Mountain View was led by Makenna Whitaker with 10 points while Megan Getz and Caity Tague each scored seven points.


The Montrose Area girls’ basketball team took a 33-30 loss to North Pocono at home on Thursday after the team was handed a 59-29 loss from Honesdale at home on Tuesday.

Facing North Pocono, Montrose was outscored 10-4 in the first and 7-4 in the second to be put at a 17-8 deficit by halftime.

In the third quarter, North Pocono led the Meteors 9-8, and despite a 14-7 run from Montrose in the fourth, the Trojans took the win.

Montrose was paced by Morgan Groover with eight points while Myra Lattimore scored six and Meghan Gilhool added five.

On Tuesday, the Meteors fell to an early deficit as Honesdale led the way 14-8 in the first quarter and 18-10 in the second to take a 32-18 lead by the half.

After the break, Honesdale continued to pace the Meteors as they capped off the game with a 10-5 run in the third and a 17-6 run in the fourth.

Montrose was led by Gilhool’s nine points while Fallon Gurn scored scored six and Sam Dixon added five.

Blue Ridge

The Blue Ridge girls’ basketball team faced a 68-50 loss from Carbondale, away on Tuesday.

Blue Ridge and Carbondale kept pace with one another in the first as the Chargers took a slight 19-18 advantage after one quarter of play.

The Raiders then took the advantage with a 14-9 run in the second to lead 32-28 going into halftime.

However, Carbondale’s 22-8 run in the third and 18-10 run in the fourth doomed the Raiders.

Blue Ridge was led by Jess Jhingoor, who scored 17, while Sierra Hall dropped in 12 points and Dakota Radakovich and J. Bennett each scored seven.

Forest City

Forest City’s Lady Foresters took a 59-40 loss from West Scranton at home on Wednesday night.

The Lady Foresters were put at an early disadvantage as the Invaders led the way 12-9 in the first and 24-6 in the second to hold a 36-15 lead at halftime.

In the second half, West Scranton outscored Forest City 12-7 in the third, and despite an 18-11 run by the Foresters in the fourth, they took the loss.

Michaela Martines led Forest City with 13 points while Cassandra Bendyk added nine and Katie Zembrzycki dropped in six.