Madison Borum scored 15 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and earned Tournament Most Valuable Player honors Saturday night when Lake-Lehman pounded host Hazleton Area, 54-26, in the championship game of the Lady Cougars Tip-Off Tournament.
Corinna Scoblick scored a game-high 16 points and Savannah Purdy added 14 for the Lady Knights.
“We were really on in the second half,” Lake-Lehman coach Charlie Lavan said. “Everything started to click for us.
“Our defense played very well. We took a few things away from them and we hurt them with our press. I don’t think they expected us to press as much as we did.”
Kyra Antolick led Hazleton Area with nine points.
Western Wayne 63, Towanda 19
Kaeli Romanowski had 26 points, 7 rebounds and 6 steals to lead the rout by Western Wayne, the only team to go 2-0 in the Towanda Tip-Off Tournament, which had preset pairings.
Gracie Guarino added 20 points.
Western Wayne ran out to a 19-2 lead after one quarter and extended it to 35-10 at halftime.
Mahanoy Area 55, Northwest 27
Mahanoy Area won the championship game of the Muncy Rotary Tournament.
Brenna Babcock led the Rangers with nine points.
Stroudsburg 44, Wallenpaupack 38
Wallenpaupack fell in the championship game of its own Lake Region Tip-Off Tournament.
Megan Guerrieri and Rachael Tirjan each made the all-tournament team following the second-place finish.
East Stroudsburg North 27, Carbondale 25
Carbondale fell in the Lake Region consolation game.
Deanna Mancuso from the Chargerettes made the all-tournament team.
Abington Heights 50, St. Hubert’s 35
Abington Heights won the consolation game of the Jim Church Classic at Souderton.
Anna Scoblick had 9 points and 10 rebounds to earn all-tournament honors.
Clair Marion (12), Rachel McDonald (11) and Erin Albright (10) all scored in double figures.
Honesdale 53, Dallas 49
Honesdale pulled out an overtime win in the opener of the Mike Duda Tournament at Wyoming Valley West.
Camden Bannan led Honesdale with 15 points. Alexa Jones added 14.
Lauren Charlton scored 20 points to lead Dallas.
North Pocono 40, Pocono Mountain West 38
North Pocono needed overtime to pull out a win on the road in its season opener.
Jordyn McDonough led the way with 13 points. Izzy Pehanick added 11.
Scranton Prep 45, Boyertown 35
Scranton Prep recovered from a nine-point, second-half deficit to pull out the win.
Cecilia Collins and Rachael Rose had 13 points each for the Classics, who tied the game by the end of the third quarter then outscored the Bears, 14-5, in the fourth.
Tunkhannock 45, Elk Lake 23
Rebecca Avery scored 16 points and Tunkhannock held Elk Lake to seven points or fewer in every quarter while winning for the second straight night.
Abby Ritz added 10 points in the win.
Madison Tewksbury and Mercedes Zajaczkowski had six points each for Elk Lake.
Lakeland defeated Forest City, 30-17, in Joe Ferguson’s debut as Lady Foresters coach. … Pleasant Valley ripped Delaware Valley, 56-17. … Sayre posted a 63-22 win over Blue Ridge, which went 0-2 at the Towanda event.