The Wellsboro Hornets earned their third straight NTL large school division championship with a win over Towanda Monday night on the road.
Wellsboro controlled the matchup with the Black Knights from the opening whistle.
The Hornets were up by 19 points before halftime. Their domination continued on both ends of the court as Wellsboro took a 64-36 win.
Brandyn Tuttle finished the night with 20 points and 13 rebounds for the Hornets.
Ty Morral and Andrew Brelo each had 10 points. Hunter Brown finished the night with eight.
Joseph Grab and Tanner Button rounded out the scoring for Wellsboro with six points each.
The victory was another example of Wellsboro’s supremacy on the court this season.
The Hornets have won 19 straight and haven’t tasted defeat since early December.
Tuttle leads the NTL in scoring with 392 points this season and has been instrumental to the Hornets success this season.
Tuttle is more than just a scoring machine though, he also leads the league in rebounds with 237 and has been responsible for 41 assists and 51 steals for Wellsboro this season.
The Hornets have benefitted from the ability to score from anywhere on the court.
Brelo and Grab have each contributed more than 200 points for Wellsboro this season.
Grab has served as a threat from deep having hit 40 three-pointers this season.
As Wellsboro looks toward district play there is a plenty of optimism surrounding this years squad.