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ON TAP TODAY: WAVERLY BOYS HOST OWEGO IN MUST-WIN GAME TO KEEP TITLE HOPES ALIVE (2024-02-07)

Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — There are just three basketball games on Wednesday’s docket, but all three are in the Valley, including a must-win contest for the Waverly boys if they want to keep their division title hopes alive.

BOYS BASKETBALL
Owego (13-3 overall, 9-1 STAC Central) at Waverly (13-3, 8-2), 5:30 p.m. JV start:
The Wolverines, ranked 11th in Class B, are coming off a 61-47 win over state-ranked Lansing, ranked ninth, while the River Hawks, ranked 23rd in Class A, topped Norwich, 75-7-0, last Wednesday.

Owego is tied atop the divisional standings with Seton Catholic at 9-1, while Waverly is 8-2. Waverly split a pair of decision with Seton, while losing to Owego in the first go-round, 67-65. Seton Catholic beat Owego in their first meeting.

Waverly must win tonight, and win at Chenango Valley Friday, while Owego must beat Seton Catholic to force a three-way tie atop the standings.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Towanda (8-11) at Athens (7-11), 6 p.m. JV start:
The Wildcats are coming off a 39-36 win over Benton Monday night, while the Knights lost 63-4 at Hughesville.

Earlier this season, Towanda beat Athens at home, 38-36.

Canton (7-13) at Sayre (0-19), 6 p.m. (Varsity only): The Redskins dropped a 44-34 decision at home to North Penn-Liberty Friday, while the Warriors topped Montgomery, 37-20, Monday to snap a seven-game losing skid.

The losing streak came on the heels of Canton’s 44-24 win over Sayre on Jan. 9.

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