GIRLS ROUNDUP: Old Forge, Sem open with wins

Olivia Ciullo scored 22 points Monday night when Old Forge opened its girls basketball season with a 65-43 victory over visiting GAR.

Lindsey Welsh added 17 points and Angelia Rios 12 for Old Forge, which opened a 54-28 lead after three quarters.

GAR was led by Hannah Cook with 15 points.

Wyoming Seminary 46, Coughlin 27

Maaike Reitsma scored 13 points and made 9 steals to lead Wyoming Seminary to a victory in its opener.

Ally Vezendy added 12 points and 4 steals. Alex Wesneski had nine points, 7 rebounds and 6 steals.

Wyoming Seminary opened a 14-6 after one quarter.

Dunmore 83, Crestwood 23

Dunmore won easily to improve to 2-0 by a combined margin of 106 over other defending championship teams.

The Lady Bucks opened leads of 21-8 after one quarter, 47-11 at halftime and 73-19 after three quarters.

Freshman Moriah Murray hit four 3-pointers while leading a balanced attack with 16 points.

Victoria Toomey added 14 points. Gianna Delfino had 10 of her 13 in the first half. Lisa Tallo had 10 and Alexis Chapman had 8.

Riley Magin led Crestwood with eight points.

Susquehanna 57, Lackawanna Trail 32

Taylor Huyck drained six 3-pointers to lead Susquehanna’s win with 20 points.

Mackenzie Steele added 12 points. Mackenzie Heath had 10 points and 7 assists.

Meyers 51, Montrose 32

Allycia Harris led Meyers with 16 points.

Bella Skaff added 12 points and Ashley Bruno had 11.

Harper Andre led Montrose with 12 points.

Pittston Area 47, Hanover Area 29

Lily Savoy scored 10 points to lead Pittston Area, which rallied from a two-point halftime deficit.

Sara Whitesell and Sarah Tuzinski led Hanover Area with 8 points each.


Valley View defeated Mid Valley, 49-39, in the opener of a girls-boys doubleheader. … Berwick topped Selinsgrove, 51-33. … Weatherly handled MMI Prep, 53-17.