Behind three players scoring at least 20 points, East Juniata tied the school record for wins in a season by routing Line Mountain, 92-67, for the Tri-Valley League victory Monday.
Nick Lorenz led East Juniata (19-0, 15-0 TVL) with 31 points, while David Brantley had 21 points and Bailey Coder added 20.
The 19 wins this season ties the 2012-13 team for most ever in school history. However, the 19 regular-season wins is the most in the history of East Juniata boys basketball.
Elijah Zablosky led Line Mountain (2-18, 2-13) with 20 points and 12 rebounds.
BLOOMSBURG — The Seals began the game firing from the floor, and they kept it up the entire game to take the Heartland crossover win.
Isaiah Rapp led Selinsgrove (3-17) with 22 points and Ethan Fadale added 15 points in the win. The two players also combined for seven 3-pointers for the Seals.
Southern Columbia 70,
South Williamsport 66
CATAWISSA — Mike Klebon scored 17 of his game-high 28 points in the second half to lead the Tigers to the HAC-II win.
Southern scored just four points in the first quarter, but the Tigers tallied 22 in the second period to take a 26-24 halftime lead before putting the game away with a 27-point fourth quarter.
MILLERSTOWN — Eleven points from Adam Harrison and 10 by Joe Sheaffer lifted Greenwood to the TVL win. Greenwood improves to 16-5, 12-3 in league play.
Central Columbia 68,
Warrior Run 41
TURBOTVILLE — The Blue Jays outscored the Defenders 35-12 in the second half to pull away for the HAC-II victory.
Kevin Krause led Central (13-6 overall) with 18 points, while Zach Miller paced Warrior Run (6-13) with 12 points.
Lourdes Regional 72,
Gillingham Charter 28
COAL TOWNSHIP — The Red Raiders suited up 16 players for the nonleague matchup, and 15 of those players scored in a lopsided victory. Larry Czeponis led Lourdes (11-11) with 11 points and five rebounds.
Meadowbrook Chr. 53,
Maranatha Christian 29
MILTON — The Lions outscored their opponents 21-2 in the first quarter to run away for the nonleague victory.
Tyler Baughman scored 11 points and Dakota Pickett had 10 for Meadowbrook Christian (16-5).