WELLSVILLE — The Eagles hit 14-16 free throws in the final quarter to ice Tuesday’s win.

The Wellsville High School boys basketball team beat Burlington at home 73-61, outscoring its opponent 21-15 in the fourth quarter.

Overall, WHS went 18-21 at the line, compared to Burlington’s 7-16. Wellsville also hit seven three-point shots, four of them coming from Zach Vance, junior.

Vance led all scorers with 22 points, and Jackson Dwyer finished with 18 points.

Wellsville plays 7:30 p.m. Friday at home against West Franklin.

Wellsville (73) — Vance 22, Dwyer 18, Kearney 10, Donovan 10, Ebeck 8, Aamold 3, Showalter 2.

Burlington (61) — Nordstat 16, Watkins 16, Fielder 8, Hess 8, Jeffers 6, Taylor 6, McManns 1.

Madison 64, West Franklin 48

POMONA — A 19-8 run in the third quarter pushed Madison’s lead to 17 points. From there, the West Franklin High School boys basketball team couldn’t rally, falling at home to Madison 64-48 Tuesday.

Hunter Lewis, senior, had 10 of the Falcon’s 22 first half points. Madison led West Franklin 28-22 at the half, but hit seven field goals, including three three-pointers, in the third quarter.

Lewis finished with 26 points to lead all scorers.

West Franklin plays 7:30 p.m. Friday at Wellsville High School, 602 Walnut St., Wellsville.

Madison (64) — Harrison 20, Serrer 16, Watts 9, J. Rayburn 9, S. Stutesman 6, D. Stutesman 3, Crane 2.

West Franklin (48) — Lewis 26, Fischer 9, Milliken 5, Johnson 2, Seyler 2, Sink 2, Hower 1, Hamilton 1.