Tuesday, Dec. 1 sports roundup

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BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Sherburne-Earlville 56, Sauquoit Valley 27
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville played blanketing defense to coast past Sauquoit Valley Tuesday in the Marauders’ opening game of the season.
Matt Hull charted 18 points- – mostly in transition off steals — in just three quarters of work to top S-E’s scoring.  Gavin Giroux tacked on 10 points in limited minutes.
“We played some very good defense, and I was happy with the intensity of our guards out front,” said S-E coach Kevin Vibbard. “We didn’t let them get many easy looks at the basket.”
Out of the defense came numerous transition opportunities. With the lead at 21 points through three quarters, Vibbard emptied the bench.
S-E hosts its annual tournament Friday and Saturday. The Marauders play Central Valley Academy in the second contest, while Unadilla Valley and Vernon-Vernon-Sherrill open the tourney.
Sauquoit
FG     FT      PTS

Murphy          0      0-0      0
A.  Schloop   1          1-2      3
Grande          0          1-2      1
Freeman       1          2-5      4
Castelletti      1          0-0      2
Scott       DNP
Wheelock  DNP
Price  DNP
T. Schloop    0          0-0      0
Taylor            3          6-8      12
Prichard        0          1-2      1
Rocco            1          0-0      2
Totals           8          11-19 27

S-E
FG       FT      Pts

Tyler Rodriguez      1          0-0     2
Tyler Bigford            2          0-0      4
Keegan Fredricks    1          0-0      2
Matt Hull                  7          4-5      18
Dylan Seymour       3          0-1      6
Ian Fleming             2          1-2      5
Jared Jillson      DNP
Ian Fredricks            0          4-4      4
Gavin Giroux         5         0-0      10
Sam Tuttle            2          1-2      5
Totals                      23       10-14 56
SVall   6     8    5   8–27
S-E      12  14  14  16–56
JV:  S-E won 51-34. Officials: Davis, Allen

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Sherburne-Earlville 35, Waterville 32
WATERVILLE – Sherburne-Earlville overcame foul trouble and shaky offense to capture its season-opener Tuesday night at Waterville.
Miranda Wright, a reserve last year for the Marauders, led her club in scoring with 11, and she added a team-best eight rebounds.
S-E’s all-time leading scorer, Lilly Berg, picked up her third foul early in the second quarter, and her fourth foul a minute into the second half. Berg was held to just nine points before fouling out.
“We definitely struggled with Lilly off the floor,” said S-E coach Karen Mulligan. “Savannah (Irwin) was feeling her best either.”
Irwin, the school’s all-time leading three-point shooter, scored just eight points to go with Berg’s nine.
“We were rushing our offense, and we made some passes that just weren’t there,” Mulligan said. “Miranda played great; she was the bright spot for us tonight.”
The Marauders host Frankfort-Schuyler Thursday.
Waterville
FG       FT        Pts
Strohmeyer 0          0-0      0
Gray   0          0-0      0
Marriott        0          0-0      0
Ali Decker0  0-0      0
Hopsicker     0          0-0      0

MWilliams    0          0-0      0
L. Williams6 0-2      12
Ale. Decker  0          0-0      0
Cleary            0          2-4      2
Wittenbeck0            0-0      0
Phillips           8          0-0      17
Pugliese         0          1-2      1
McNamara   0          0-0      0
Totals:            14       3-8      32
S-E (1-0)
FG       FT        Pts
Simpson        0          0-0      0
Wright           5          1-2      11
Elderkin         2          0-0      5
Furner           0          0-0      0
Irwin  4          0-5      8
Stanton         1          0-0      2
Franklin         0          0-0      0
Beckwith       0          0-0      0
Berg   4          1-2      9
Mullenax       0          0-0      0
Totals:            16       2-9      35
S-E      10  5  10  10–35
SV       5   8   11   8–32


Morris 46, Oxford 36
OXFORD – Morris finished the third quarter on a 10-1 run to erase a five-point Oxford lead as the Mustangs moved their record to 3-0 on the season Tuesday night at Oxford.
Oxford was led by Rachel Seiler’s 16 points and six assists. The Blackhawks’ offense came to life in the third quarter putting 16 points on the board to grab a 28-23 lead.
“I thought we had a lot of positives tonight,” said Oxford coach Chris Palmer. “We limited our turnovers to only 15, and it was nice to have that scoring outburst in the third quarter. We played with a lot of effort and a good attitude. I think it’s a sign of good things to come.”
Megan Barringer scored nine of her 18 points in the third quarter to lead the Mustangs. Barringer also had a critical three-point play late in the first half staking her club to a three-point lead.
Leah Karn added a team-high six rebounds for Oxford. The Blackhawks play Chenango Forks Friday at the Greene Tournament.
Morris (3-0)
FG           FT            Pts
Barringer 7              4-5           18
Spencer   1              0-0           2
Flint         3              0-0           6
Barrett    0              0-0           0
Garry       1              0-0           2
Oliver      4              0-0           8
Fish         2              0-0           4
Thompson               1              4-4           6
Totals      19            8-9           46
Oxford (0-1)
FG           FT            Pts
Sara Hodge 0          0-0           0
Kylie Roys                0 0-0        0
L. Kriz      0              0-0           0
J. Murrer 0              0-0           0
L. Karn     0              0-0           0
K. Diamond             3              0-0           6
H. Ryan   4              0-0           8
R. Ehly     3              0-0           6
R. Seiler  6              2-3           1
R. Tefft    0              0-0           0
G. Martinez             DNP
M. Johnson              DNP
Totals      16            2-3           36
Morris     12  4  17  13–46
Oxf          9   4   16  7  36
JV:  Oxford won 21-9.

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