BOYS ROUNDUP: Eagles, Sabers headed to playoff

Mikey Schermerhorn made five 3-pointers while scoring 31 points Thursday night when Mountain View defeated host Montrose, 60-46, to finish its Lackawanna League Division 4 boys basketball season in a first-place tie with defending champion Susquehanna.

Mountain View and Susquehanna play Saturday at 1 p.m. at Carbondale to decide the title.

The Eagles finished 9-3 in the division, including a pair of one-point victories over the Sabers.

Susquehanna 55, Forest City 30

Bryce Baldwin scored 16 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and blocked 6 shots to lead the Sabers to the road win.

Adam Rockwell, who had 10 rebounds, and Mason Deakin each added 14 points, Deakin also had six assists and four steals.

Holy Cross 52, Dunmore 51

Holy Cross used the overtime win to clinch at least a tie for the Lackawanna League Division 3 title.

The Crusaders gave themselves a one-game lead going into the Friday night division finale against second-place Mid Valley.

Riverside 57, Old Forge 39

Brandon Reed scored 18 points to lead Riverside to the Lackawanna Division 3 win.

Michael Rickert added 14 points and Razen Reyes had 13.

Michael DiGregorio scored 17 for the Blue Devils.

Northwest 73, Weatherly 48

Jaxon Yaple hit six 3-pointers while scoring 26 points for Northwest in the non-league win.

Bryce Koser (19), Walker Yaple (13) and Sam Saxe (10) also scored in double figures.


Valley View edged West Scranton, 50-48, in a Lackawanna Division 1 game. … Western Wayne downed North Pocono, 69-61, and Honesdale defeated Delaware Valley, 68-60, in Lackawanna Division 2. … Lakeland topped Carbondale, 59-41, in Lackawanna Division 3. … Elk Lake defeated Blue Ridge, 43-34, in Lackawanna League Division 4. … Meyers edged Hanover Area, 52-49, in Wyoming Valley Conference Division 3. … Mid Valley defeated Lackawanna Trail, 56-32, in a non-league game.