Lady Foresters top Trail

Forest City’s Cassandra Bendyk (30) and Katelyn Zembrzycki (25) block Lackawanna Trail’s Grace Wetzel during the Foresters’ 42-37 victory over the Lions at Tunnel Hill on Thursday. PHOTO COURTESY OF ALICE STUFFLE

The Forest City girls’ basketball team edged out Lackawanna Trail 42-37 at Tunnel Hill on Thursday evening.

ForestCitygot an early lead over the Lions with a 17-4 run in the first quarter, and after pacing Trail 13-7 in the second, the Foresters led 30-11 at halftime.

The Lions came back with a big third quarter to come within five at 32-27, however, after each team scored 10 in the fourth the Foresters held on to win.

ForestCitywas led by Carly Erdmann with 27 points while Cassandra Bendyk dropped in six and Megan Saul had three points.


The Montrose Area girls’ basketball team defeatedMountain Viewby a score of 69-37 at home on Thursday evening.

The Meteors got ahead early and never looked back as they paced the Eagles 14-6 in the first and 15-8 in the second to hold a 29-14 lead at halftime.

After the break, the Meteors doubled the Eagles’ third quarter score 24-12 and made a 16-11 run in the fourth to cap the victory.

Sarah Krupinski scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Meteors while Dallas Ely had 17 points and Myra Lattimore added 10.

Makenna Whitaker ledMountain Viewscorers with 13 points while Dominique Chadwick chipped in nine and Megan Kress had eight points.

Elk Lake

TheElkLakegirls’ basketball team picked up a 62-38 victory on Thursday night at Susquehanna.

The Lady Warriors took an early lead with a 15-7 run in the first and a 22-14 run in the second to hold a 37-21 lead by halftime.

In the third,ElkLakecontinued to pave the way as they outscored Susquehanna 10-5. After a 15-12 run in the fourth,ElkLakecame away with the victory.

Meghan Bush scored 24 points to leadElkLakewhile Katie Mitchell scored 12, Kenzie Moon had nine and Taylor Watkins and Lydia Watkins each dropped in six.

Susquehanna was led by Mashawna Hargett’s 12 points while Amber Dubanowitz scored 11 and Emily Carmody had five points.

Blue Ridge

TheBlue Ridgegirls’ basketball team was handed a 55-51 loss fromCarbondaleon the road Saturday after it faced a 43-18 loss fromLakelandat a home game on Thursday evening.

AgainstCarbondale, the Raiders got a 6-4 lead after the first and carried a 20-19 lead into halftime.

After the break, the Raiders paced the Chargers 16-12 in the third. A 17-12 run fromCarbondalein the fourth would send the game into overtime tied at 48.

However, theCarbondalegirls used a 7-3 run in extra minutes to take the win.

Kristen Brown ledBlue Ridgewith 18 points while Jackie Furch scored 11 and Jenna Rupakus had eight.

On Thursday, the Raiders got behind early as the Lady Chiefs paced them 13-11 in the first and after a scoreless second quarter the Raiders trailed 26-11 at halftime.

In the third,Lakelandcontinued to dominate as they pacedBlue Ridge13-4 and then completed the victory with a 4-3 run in the fourth.

Ashley Warren ledBlue Ridgewith 11 points while Brown scored seven and Furch had four.

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