Pappas tallied 16 points and Jakob Weaver added 11 points for Shamokin.
n East Juniata 74,
Juniata 72 (2OT)
MIFFLINTOWN -- The Tigers connected on five 3-pointers in the game, but none were bigger than the treys Nick Lorenz and David Brantley hit to lead East Juniata to the Tri-Valley League victory.
Lorenz nailed one of his two 3-pointers to send the game into overtime for East Juniata (17-0, 13-0 TVL). Brantley also hit two treys, with his second one coming with 20 seconds left in the second OT.
However, the game wasn't secured following Brantley's 3-pointer. That didn't come until Bailey Coder sunk a pair of free throws moments later.
Coder finished with a game-high 30 points, while Lorenz ended with 24 and Brantley had 13.
n Newport 71,
Line Mountain 49
NEWPORT -- The Buffaloes out-gunned the Eagles to take the TVL victory. Dylan Michael had 11 points and five steals, plus Elijah Zablosky added nine points, 10 rebounds and five blocks for Line Mountain (2-16, 2-11 TVL).
n Mount Carmel 43,
Sunbury Christian 19
NORTHUMBERLAND -- The Eagles stepped outside the familiar Allegheny Christian Athletic Association for a non-league matchup with the Red Tornadoes.
Ali Varano scored 17 points to lead Mount Carmel (15-3).
Torri Erdman led Sunbury Christian (10-4) with nine points, six rebounds and four steals.
n Lewisburg 54,
BLOOMSBURG -- The Green Dragons reeled off a stretch of seven wins that came either via pin or forfeit to down the Panthers in the non-league matchup.
Getting pins for Lewisburg were Brian Friery (106), Max Reed (160) and Nicholas Bernstein (195).
n Milton sweeps Central
MILTON -- A 709 series by Jeff Levitan and a 633 series from Halie Snyder propelled the Black Panthers to a pair of 4-0 wins over the Blue Jays.
Levitan rolled games of 246, 247 and 216, while Snyder had games of 237 and 204. Colby Reichenbach had the high game for Milton with a 268.