Warriors unbeaten as Reyen hits 1,000 mark

Elk Lake’s Tanner Reyen holds  the 1,000 point ball that was presented to him. He was joined on the court by his family, from left,  dad Robert Reyan, Tanner Reyan, brother Rierden Reyan and mom Holly Reyan. PHOTO COURTESY PATTI DUDOCK

Elk Lake’s Tanner Reyen holds the 1,000 point ball that was presented to him. He was joined on the court by his family, from left, dad Robert Reyan, Tanner Reyan, brother Rierden Reyan and mom Holly Reyan. PHOTO COURTESY PATTI DUDOCK

Elk Lake continued its unbeaten season with a 66-38 win over Mountain View on Tuesday and senior Tanner Reyan reached a milestone by scoring the 1,000th point of his career.

“Its an honor to be in this elite club at Elk Lake,” Reyan said.
“Basketball has a big tradition at our school and to be a small part of that tradition is a real honor. And to share this with my teammates, who have played a major part in my success is really special.”

Needing only 10 points coming into the game, the three-year starter hit his memorable shot in the third quarter and finished with 21 points as the fourth-ranked Warriors improved to 15-0.

Tanner Reyan scores the 1,000 point of his high school career in a 66-38 win over Mountain View on his home court at Elk Lake. PHOTO COURTESY PATTI DUDOCK

Tanner Reyan scores the 1,000 point of his high school career in a 66-38 win over Mountain View on his home court at Elk Lake. PHOTO COURTESY PATTI DUDOCK

“The team success is what is the most important thing for us right now,” Reyan said.

“It’s nice to be along for the ride during this season. We have been playing together since fourth grade and the first thing I did after I made that shot was hug each one of my teammates.”

Matt Woolcock added 12 points and Nick Dudock had 10 for the winners.

Elk Lake continued their win streak, mounting a 63-27 win over Forest City and a 70-34 victory over Blue Ridge.

Tyler Arnold scored 16 points and Reyen posted 15 to lead the No. 4 Elk Lake.

Matt Woolcock added 10 points for the Warriors.

Cody Barrese led Forest City with seven points.

Against Blue Ridge, Matt Woolcock scored 18 points to lead four Warriors in double figures as No. 4 Elk Lake cruised to the win. Nick Dudock scored 16 points for the Warriors, Tanner Reyan had 12 and Pete McGee added 10.
Austin Darrow posted 16 points for the Raiders, with Michael Allen adding 9.

Mt. View junior Chris White (22) puts up a shot in the 59-44 win over Blue Ridge. PHOTO BY TOM FONTANA

Mt. View junior Chris White (22) puts up a shot in the 59-44 win over Blue Ridge. PHOTO BY TOM FONTANA

In other play action last week:

Montrose, 73
Blue Ridge, 47

At Montrose, Cameron Dean scored 18 points to lead Montrose.
Brad Palmatier led Blue Ridge with 12 points.

Forest City. 50
Susquehanna, 46

At Susquehanna, Noah Fedak scored 10 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter to lead Forest City.

Falletta posted 14 points for the Sabers.

In Thursday night action, Montrose fell to Holy Cross, Susquehanna was nudged by Trail, and Mountain View picked up a win over the Raiders.

Holy Cross, 56
Montrose, 48

Connor Callejas scored 17 points to lead No. 7 Holy Cross to a 56-48 win over Montrose in a Lackawanna League Division III-IV crossover boys basketball game Thursday.

Cameron Dean led Montrose with 18 points, Brenton Warner scored 13 and Erik Burgh had 11.

Lack. Trail, 45
Susquehanna, 43

At Lackawanna Trail, Tyler Rzucidlo scored 14 points and Brian Mitteer had 13 to lead the Lions to a Division IV win.
Josh Wheeler led Susquehanna with 17 points.

Mt. View, 59
Blue Ridge, 44

At Mountain View, Chris White scored 13 points to lead the Eagles.
Nick Schermerhorn and Chad Wescott both had 11 points for the winners.
Brad Palmatier led Blue Ridge with 13 points.

Lack. Trail, 47
Mt. View, 38

At Lackawanna Trail, Ross Fauquier scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Lions to a Division IV win.
Nick Schermerhorn led Mountain View with 16 points.

Montrose, 59
Susquehanna, 43

At Susquehanna, Cameron Dean scored 22 points to lead Montrose.
Troy Ely added 15 points for the Meteors.
Josh Wheeler had 12 points for Susquehanna.

Carbondale Area 52,
Forest City, 38

At Carbondale, the Chargers scored a 52-38 Division III-IV crossover win over Forest City.