Hot shooting Eagles fly by Warriors

Mountain View used a 16-point swing in the second quarter to propel its way to a 71-56 win over Elk Lake.

Elk Lake started out fast as both offenses were hot gaining a 24-16 lead behind Brant Marshall’s 11 points. Micheal Fanelli kept the Eagles within striking distance with six points.

In the second quarter Mountain View slowed the Warrior offense to seven points as Fanelli and Preston Petts each scored nine points and the Eagles took a 39-31 lead into the locker room. Trever Graham scored all seven of the Elk Lake points.

Mountain View extended the lead in the third quarter as Ryan Henke hit a pair of threes and scored eight points to offset six points by Marshall and the Eagles took a 54-41 lead into the fourth quarter.

Wyatt Brozonis scored six points including three of four shooting from the free throw line as Mountain View put the game away.

Fanelli led the Eagles with 23 points while Petts and Ryan Henke each finished with 13 and Wyatt Brozonis chipped in with 12 points including three three-pointers.

Marshall led Elk Lake with 19 points while Mowry and Graham each scored 14.

Lackawanna Trail broke open a one-point game in the third quarter and Richard Helbing scored 26 points to keep Montrose winless as the Lions defeated the Meteors 61-48.

Montrose took the early lead as Connor Watkins and Dominic Palmatier combined for seven points and overcame 12 points by Trail’s Nico Berrios to lead the Lions 13-12.

Trail took over the lead before halftime outscoring Montrose 17-12 behind six points from Helbing. Connor Watkins tallied eight during the quarter as Montrose trailed 29-28 at intermission.

In the third quarter Helbing scored nine and Berrios added six as Trail gained momentum and extended the lead to 46-37.

Helbing scored 11 more in the fourth quarter and Trail was 7-8 from the line as the Lions outscored Montrose 15-11.

Berrios finished with 17 for Trail while Watkins led Montrose with 17 and Trent Leonard added 11.


Susquehanna used a big second quarter to gain the lead and Gavin Baker scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half as the Sabers took down rival Blue Ridge 43-34.

Blue Ridge led 9-5 after the first quarter as Carson Koehler scored six points.

The Sabers got hot in the second quarter as Jakub Tomczyk nailed three three-pointers and Susquehanna held Blue Ridge to a lone field goal in the second quarter to lead 22-11 at the half.

Blue Ridge regrouped after intermission and outscored the Sabers 11-6 as Tyler Hillard and Gavin Rosa combined for nine points to cut the lead to 28-22. Baker had six points enabling Susquehanna to maintain the lead.

In the fourth quarter Spencer Beamer was 6-6 from the charity stripe and Baker added five more points as Susquehanna held off any Raider rally for the win.

Baker’s 15 led Susquehanna and Tomczyk had 11 and Beamer added eight.

Rosa had nine to pace Blue Ridge and Koehler added eight.

Dunmore broke open the game after intermission outscoring Forest City 25-4 in the third quarter to defeat the Foresters 73-45.

The Forester trailed 18-13 after the first quarter as and Dunmore extended the lead to 35-26 by intermission.

The Bucks turned up the pressure in the third quarter to put the game out of reach.

Logan Holsinger led Forest City with 12 points while Corey Daniels, Jay Lipko, and Cade Hartman each chipped in with nine.

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