Warrior boys defeat Trail
The Elk Lake boys’ basketball team handed Lackawanna Trail a 60-44 loss at Tunnel Hill on Saturday.
The Warriors took a 10-9 lead after the first quarter, but Trail paced the Warriors 18-11 in the second to hold a 27-21 lead at halftime.
In the second half, Elk Lake closed the gap with a 10-6 third quarter, and sealed the victory with a 29-11 fourth quarter.
Tanner Reyan scored 15 of his game-high 29 points in the fourth quarter to help Elk Lake rally to win. Matt Woolcock added 13 points and Rob Heft had 12.
The Blue Ridge boys’ basketball team took a 63-60 victory over Forest City on the road on Saturday afternoon.
The Raiders opened to take an early 10-6 lead after the first quarter, and extended it to a 32-19 advantage by halftime.
However, Forest City came out in the second half to outscore the Raiders 22-18 in the third and 19-13 in the fourth. Despite to late-game barrage, Blue Ridge held on to win.
Sawyer Dearborn scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Raiders while Mike Gathany added 12 points and Austin Cardoza chipped in 10.
Matt Nevins paced Forest City with 17 points while Vince DeLucy scored 11.
The Montrose Area boys’ basketball team handed Mountain View a 69-57 loss in overtime on the road on Saturday.
The Meteors and Eagles opened to each score 12 in the first quarter and Mountain View outscored the Meteors 20-12 in the second to hold a 32-26 lead at the half.
However, Montrose paced Mountain View 18-12 in the third and after each team scored 11 in the fourth, the game went to overtime.
Montrose ran away with the victory after outscoring the Eagles 14-2 in extra minutes.
Cameron Dean led all scorers with 30 points while Brenton Warner and Erik Burgh each chipped in 11 for the Meteors.
Brett Crowley had a team-high 18 points and Nathan Goodenough had 16 points and eight rebounds to pace Mountain View.
The Susquehanna boys’ basketball team grabbed a 75-60 victory over Lackawanna Trail at home on Wednesday night. night.
Susquehanna opened to take a 23-13 lead over the Lions after the first quarter and Trail was at a 42-28 deficit by halftime.
In the second half, Susquehanna was Trail 21-12 in the third and despite a 20-12 fourth quarter for the Lions, Susquehanna held on to win.
Andrzej Tomczyk scored 20 of his game-high 33 points in the second half to lead the Sabers.
Dan Biegart added 16 points and Cole Mallery chipped in with 14.