Susquehanna’s Taylor Huyck joined the 1,000-point club as the Lady Sabers capped off an undefeated season with a 58-24 win over Forest City.
Huyck, a junior guard, reached the milestone when she buried a three-pointer in the first quarter.
She added another three in the second quarter and Mackenzie Heath added two threes of her own as the Sabers doubled up Forest City by the half.
Bethany Maby scored 5 points in the third during her final regular season game on her home floor and Susquehanna put the game out of reach. Maby was joined by fellow senior MacKenzie Rhone in being honored before the game. Maby and Rhone were both members of the team’s first two Lackawanna League titles and District II Class A titles in the program’s history.
Huyck led the way for Susquehanna with 15 points while Mackenzie Heath and Mackenzie Steele finished with 13 and 11 respectively and Maby added 8. Bella Pleska led Forest City with 16 including 4 threes.
Susquehanna began its week with the Division title secured by throttling Lackawanna Trail 60-29. Steele poured in 19 points to lead the Lady Sabers.
Susquehanna jumped out to an early lead as Steele and Heath combined for 11 points of the Sabers 19 points in the first.
They extended the lead in the second quarter as Steele tacked on 7 more points and Huyck had 6 to give Susquehanna a 37-19 lead at intermission.
Steele’s game-high 19 was aided by Huyck’s 15. Heath chipped in with 13.
Harper Andre scored 14 points to lead her fellow senior classmates to a 57-23 win over Elk Lake.
Playing in their final home game of the season, Montrose jumped out early 15-5 advantage. Andre and Grace Aukema combined for 10 points in the first quarter.
Montrose extended the lead in the second as Tangi Smith and Andre combined for 9 points and the Lady Meteors took a 29-12 lead into halftime.
Montrose stayed consistent outscoring Elk Lake 28-11 in the second half for the final outcome.
Andre was joined in double figures by Smith who finished with 11; and Aukema who added 10. Chalice Guyette and Brianna Spence each chipped in with 8. Tamara Voda led Elk Lake with 9.
Mountain View overcame a four-point halftime deficit to defeat Forest City 41-30 on the road.
The Lady Eagles led 11-9 after the first stanza but the offense went cold in the second as the Lady Foresters held Mountain View to 5 points and held a 20-16 lead.
Mountain View regrouped after intermission and limited the Forest City offense to 10 points in the second half and scored 23 of their own to claim the win.
Sydney Newhart and Regan Cameron both scored 12 to lead the Lady Eagles. Abby Neri knocked down 3 three pointers to finish with 9 points. Sarah Korty paced Forest City with 11.
Blue Ridge fell behind early and was pummeled after halftime to fall to Carbondale 54-28 in a Division III/IV crossover game.
Carbondale led 14-7 after one quarter and extended the lead to 23-15 at halftime. After the intermission the Lady Chargers outscored Blue Ridge 31-13 for the final score.
Danielle Goff led Blue Ridge with 10 points.
Mackenzie Bell broke a 30-30 tie with a short jumper on the right block and Mountain View hung on for a 36-33 win over Montrose.
Mountain View jumped out to an early 10-6 lead as Newhart scored 6 of her team-high 14 in the first quarter.
Andre buried two of her four threes in the second quarter as Montrose cut the lead to 16-13 at the half.
Mountain View’s Burney scored 5 points in the quarter and the Lady Eagles led 26-21 heading into the fourth quarter.
Montrose climbed back into the game as Andre nailed another three and scored on a drive to the basket while Smith and Guyette each scored in the lane.
After Bell broke the tie, she converted another layup and Emory Bewley forced a jump ball on key possession. But the Lady Eagles struggled at the line to keep the Montrose hopes alive.
Montrose had a shot to tie but when Andre was unable to get free, Spence’s three at the buzzer fell short at the rim.
Newhart and Andre led both their squads with 14 points and were the only two players to reach double figures in the game.
Elk Lake broke open a low scoring game with 50 points over the final three quarters to defeat Blue Ridge 55-24. Both teams struggled early, and the game was tied at 5 after one quarter.
Voda got hot after the first for the Lady Warriors and led all scorers with 22 points including 3 threes. Krista Jones contributed 10 points and 9 assists and Maddie Tewksbury gathered 12 rebounds.
Blue Ridge’s Danielle Goff scored 12 points in her final game on the Blue Ridge court as the Lady Raiders fell to Northwest 71-31.
Trailing 19-10 after the first quarter, Blue Ridge was outscored 34-9 over the middle two quarters as the Lady Rangers seized control to take the win.