Dec. 7-8: Norwich wins Schwan tournament

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Norwich captures Schwan Tournament

NORWICH – Norwich wanted a tough test, and New Hartford accommodated that wish.
The Purple Tornado hit big shots down the stretch, and contained the Spartans’ talented offense in a 61-46 victory at Jack Jones Gymnasium Saturday night.
Tournament MVP Carlos Ithier led Norwich with 22 points, while fellow all-tournament picks Jordan Vinal and Jake Walsh stepped up big time when Norwich needed a boost.
“This was great preparation for us, and that is a team that will be one of the top Class A teams in Section III this year,” said Norwich coach Brian Collier.
Norwich had a lot to think about. How would it contain lanky 6-foot-6 forward Frank Policelli, a highly touted sophomore? How would it stop sharpshooter Ryan Faro? And how would it match up with such a gifted and athletic team?
The answer:  Norwich’s six-pack of seniors.
“Our seniors stepped up and carried us through,” Collier said. “They all played huge minutes for us.”
Norwich led 43-34 entering the fourth period, but saw that lead chopped to four points with four minutes left.  That’s when Vinal cashed in on a three ball from the top of the key stretching the lead back to seven.
A couple of possessions later, Vinal stepped in and took a charge on Policelli – his fifth foul of the game.
On the ensuing possession, Walsh nailed his third trey of the game connecting from the left corner to move the margin to double digits.
“After Jake hit that three, you could see it took the wind out of the sails for (New Hartford),” Collier said. “Their best player had just fouled out, and now they were down by 10 points with two minutes left.”
Walsh was instrumental in defending Faro holding him to just one point, while seniors Cameron Edwards and Matt Parrella shared the duty of guarding Policelli.
On the offensive side, Ithier had his best game in three seasons of varsity play. “Carlos was there for us to hit a big shot or handle the ball,” Collier said. “He was tremendous.”
Norwich (2-0) hosts Chenango Valley (2-0) Tuesday night. The Warriors ended the Tornado’s season last year in the Class B semifinals.
NH:  Mike Policelli, 0; Ryan Faro, 0 1-1-1 ; Justin Alpert, 0; Frank Policelli, 4 4-5-12; Connor Nelson,0 ; Troy Henderson, 1 0-0-2; Malcom Mitchell, 0; Ryan Zogby, 0; Cooper Deck, 3 1-2-8 ; Noah German, 9  3-9-23. Totals:  17 9-17-46
Norwich:  Jake Walsh,  4 1-2-12 ; Pop Veale,  0; Tre Bonham, 1 2-2-4 ; Cameron Edwards, 1 3-4-5 ; Carlos Ithier, 7 6-8-22 ; Dashawn King, 0; Michael Carson, 0; Matt Parrella, 0 ; Alex Wehrli, 0; Jordan Vinal, 2 5-7-10; Jamison Luke, 4 0-0-8. Totals:  18 17-23-61
NH       7   17   7  15–46
Nor.    17  10  13  21–61
Three-point goals:  (N) Walsh 3, Ithier 2, Vinal.  (NH) German 2, Deck.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Unadilla Valley 64, Edmeston 46
NEW BERLIN – Coming off back-to-back tough losses last weekend in the Sherburne-Earlville tournament, Unadilla Valley returned to the win column beating Edmeston Monday in a non-league clash.
Ryan Postma drained three three-balls and scored 19 points to lead the Storm (2-2). Brett Hanslmaier had 11 points, 10 rebounds, and four blocked shots, and Ethan Grey finished with eight points, eight rebounds, and six blocked shots.
Austin Plows topped the Panthers’ scorers with 18 points.
Edmeston:  Austin Plows, 7 3-5-18; Nathan Wetherbee, 0; David Lorens, 9; Jonathan Dunham, 0; Sam Madison, 0; Clayton Lyon, 5 3-7-13; Austin Axtell, 3 3-4-9; John Nicolosi, 2 1-2-4; A. Carm, 0 0-2-0. Totals: 18 10-20-47.
UV:  Andrew Jackson, 3 1-1-7; Ryan Postma, 4 8-10-19; Geoff Keach, 1 0-0-2 ; Mason Merlo, 0 ; Ethan Grey,  3 1-2-8; Tyler Simmons 4 0-0-8; Matt Turner, 0; Brett Hanslmaier,  5 1-1-11; Lance Gage, 0; Marcus Granger, 1 0-0-2; Mason Mickalunas,  3 1-2-7. Totals: 24 11-16-64 .
Edm    9  13  16  8–4
UV   14   21  16  11–64
Three-point goals:  (UV) Jackson, Postma 3, Grey. (E) Plows.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Unadilla Valley 47, Edmeston 30
EDMESTON -Unadilla Valley’s offense hit its stride in the second half winning its opening game of the season Monday night at Edmeston.
UV produced most of its offense in the second half outscoring the Panthers, 32-18.  UV senior guard Sierra Badger scored 12 of her game-high 14 points over the final two quarters.
Sophomore Julia Oglesby added eight points, eight rebounds, and seven steals. “We had some first-game jitters and a lot of fouls, but we pulled out a great team win,” said UV coach Brandi Whitbeck.
Whitbeck said she was able to play 12 of the 13 players on her roster in the victory.
Sydney Smith scored 13 points to lead Edmeston.
UV:  M Carpenter, 0; Sierra Badger, 7 0-0-14; Julia Oglesby, 3 2-3-8; Hunter Lakin, 2 0-0-4; Gina Del Sontro, 0; Shelby Meade, 3 0-1-6; Abby Oglesby, 0 2-2-2; K. Fairchild, 2 0-0-4; E. Anderson, 0; Meg Winton, 2 0-0-4; M. Williams, 0; Brooke Brown, 2 0-0-5; S. Nogaret, 0; S. Bard, 0. Totals:  21 4-6–47.
Edmeston:  Kaitlyn Gott, 1 0-2-2; R. Greene,  0 1-2-1; N. Koch, 0; Menendez, 2 0-0-4; Sydney Smith, 4 4-7-13; E. Rifanburg, 0; K. Arnold, 0; Catherine Johnson, 1 1-2-3;  Sara Lawrence, 3 0-0-6; Jaci Slentz, 0 0-2-0; E. DeVries, 0 1-2-1. Totals:  11 7-17-30.
UV           9  6  13  19–47
Edm.   4   8   4   14-30
Three-point goals:  (UV) B. Brown, (E) Smith.

GAME ADVANCE: Boys’ Basketball

Norwich gets another shot at Chenango Valley

If you’re not familiar with the Norwich-Chenango Valley rivalry, here is a short history lesson:
A little over 3 1/2 years ago, CV was well on its way to a Section IV Class B title. That is, until Norwich made a miraculous comeback in the final quarter.
The Purple Tornado subsequently swept the 2013 and 2014 meetings, and won both 2015 regular season meetings.  Norwich was a heavy favorite to win a fourth straight Section IV championship when Chenango Valley pulled off the big upset stunning Norwich to end its 2014-2015 season.
Chenango Valley went on to win the Section IV championship a season ago, and returns to the site of their upset Tuesday night at Norwich High School.
Chenango Valley is coming off a Stop DWI tournament championship this past week, and is led by last year’s key players Mark Mullins and Caleb Hertzog.
Mullins is a slashing guard/forward who is quick to the basket, while Hertzog supplies deadly outside shooting.
“They were both integral parts of their sectional championship last year, and they complement each other’s game well,” said Norwich coach Brian Collier. “Everyone around them plays a key role. (Chenango Valley) as a team is  greater than the sum of their parts – they get the most out of their talent.”
Norwich is also coming off a satisfying tournament title in which it knocked off unbeaten New Hartford for the championship. CV is another team Norwich hopes to knock from the ranks of the unbeaten.
“It will be a challenge, they’re the defending champions for a reason, and they’re playing with confidence,” Collier said, who said his team is also building confidence. “We played good defense in both games of the tournament. We’ve improved with our decision-making with the ball, we’re really unselfish with the ball, and if we keep doing that, it will lead to more success for the team.”
Festivities begin with the JV game at 6 p.m. with the varsity to follow 20 minutes after completion of the prelim.

Greene Tip-Off Tournament Finals

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Chenango Forks 47, Greene 41
Cincinnatus 29, Oxford 22
GREENE – Greene Tournament MVP, Alex Yoest, poured in 10 of her game-23 points in the final quarter leading Chenango Forks to the tournament championship Saturday.
Yoest was named MVP of the tourney for the second straight year. She hit two of her three three-pointers in the last quarter, and added a layup in transition.
“We played very well except for a three-minute spurt at the end of the second quarter, and a three-minute spurt at the end of the fourth quarter,” said Greene coach Dave Gorton. “Our halfcourt defense was exceptional today – so much better than it has all year long. But when you give up runouts, you don’t have a chance to play defense.”
Greene was led by all-tournament pick Katie Carey, who finished with 12 points and 16 rebounds.  Trojans point guard Alyssa Sands had nine points, didn’t commit a turnover, and was also named to the all-tournament squad.
“In the first quarter, we really moved the ball and I thought we played well overall,” Gorton said. “You can see the dramatic improvements we have made in one week.”
Greene is idle until Dec. 16 when it plays at Oxford.   Cincinnatus claimed the consolation game topping the Blackhawks by seven.
The two teams combined for 58 turnovers and 10 of 42 foul shooting.
“It was a sloppy game on both sides, the difference was that they shot the ball slightly better from the field,” said Oxford coach Chris Palmer.
Rachel Seiler had 12 points and 12 rebounds for Oxford, and Sara Hodge grabbed a career-high 7 boards. Oxford plays at Laurens Thursday.
Chenango Forks: Julia Rhodes, 0; Taylor Gibbore, 1 4-8-7 ; Alex Yoest, 9 2-4-23; Haley Benscoter, 1 0-0-2; 4 Zimmerman, 0 ; Lyndsey Stone,  0 4-4-4 ; Melanie Latsha,  0; Katie Flynn, 3 1-2-7 ; Hanna Layton,  2 0-0-4; A. Cheeseman, 1 0-0-2 . Totals:  16  11-18-47.
Greene:  McKenna Sergi, 2 0-0-4 ; Sophia Brown,  2 0-0-5; Alyssa Sands, 4 0-1-9; Emily Montelione, 2 0-0-5 ; Nicole Flohr,  0; Mary Borchardt, 0; Audrey Platta, DNP, Katie Carey,  4 3-5-12; Maria Brown, 0; Emma Smith,  3 0-0-6; K. Klecha, 0. Totals: 17 4-7-41.
CForks    4  18   9  16-47
Greene 15   8  12  6–41
Three-point goals:  (G) S. Brown, Sands, Montelione. (CF) Yoest 3, Gibbore.
Cincy 29, Oxford 22
Cincinnatus:  S. Clements, ; N Lidell, , 4 2-8-10; Gerrard, 2 1-2-5; K. Eaton, 2 1-6-5; Gendron, 0; Rice, 3 1-4-7; Standish, 1 0-0-2; Bushnell, 0 0-4-0 . Totals:  12 5-24-29.
Oxford:  Sara Hodge, 0; Kylie Roys, 0; Leah Karn, 0; K. Diamond, 2 1-4-5; H. Ryan, 1 0-0-2; R. Ehly, 0 3-10-3; Rachel Seiler,  5 1-2-12; Martinez, 0; R. Tefft, 0 0-2-0. Totals:  8 5-18-22.
Cincy  7    8   7   7–29
Oxf   7   6    4   5–22
Three-point goals: (O) Seiler.
All-Tournament team: CF-Yoest (MVP), Flynn, Benscoter ;  Greene-Alyssa Sands, Katie Carey;  Cincinnatus-Kyleigh Eaton, Oxford-Rachel Seiler.

Friday

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Greene 49, Cincinnatus 25
GREENE – Greene advanced to the finals of its own tournament Friday evening doubling up Cincinnatus.
Alyssa Sands led the Trojans with 12 points, and eighth-grader Emma Smith reached 10 points on 5-for-8 shooting.
Trojans senior Katie Carey stuffed the stat sheet contributing eight points, 17 rebounds, seven assists, five blocked shots, and three steals.
Greene meets Chenango Forks Saturday night. The Blue Devils routed Oxford 56-12.
Katie Flynn scored 14 points for the Blue Devils, who had 31 offensive rebounds, and forced 35 Oxford turnovers.
Cincinnatus:  S. Clements, 0 1-2-1; N Lidell, , 0 1-4-1; Gerrard, 0 0-2-0; K. Eaton, 2 4-6-10; Rice, 3 3-6-9; Bushnell, 0 4-6-4. Totals:  5 13-23-25
Greene:  McKenna Sergi, 0 ; Sophia Brown, 0; Alyssa Sands, 5 2-4-12; Emily Montelione,3 0-0-6 ; Nicole Flohr,  2 0-0-4; Mary Borchardt, 2 0-2-4; Audrey Platta, DNP, Katie Carey,  3 2-4-8; Maria Brown, 1 1-2-3; Emma Smith,  5 0-0-10; K. Klecha, 1 0-0-2. Totals: 22 5-12-49
Cincy:      8   6   6   5–25
Greene   12  14   8  15-49
Three-point goals:  (C) Eaton 2, (G) none.
Chenango Forks 56, Oxford 12
Chenango Forks: Julia Rhodes, 0; Taylor Gibbore,0 ; Alex Yoest, 4 2-2-10; Haley Benscoter, 1 0-0-2; Katie Zimmerman,3 0-0-6 ; Lyndsey Stone, 5 0-0-10 ; Melanie Latsha, 1 0-0-2; Katie Flynn, 7 0-0-14 ; Hanna Layton, 1 2-2-4; A. Cheeseman, 4 0-2-8 . Totals:  26 4-6-56.
Oxford:  Sara Hodge, 0; Kylie Roys, 0; J. Murrer, 0; Leah Karn, 1 1-2-3; K. Diamond, 1 0-4-2; H. Ryan, 0 0-2-0; R. Ehly, 0; Rachel Seiler, 1 3-5-5; Martinez, 0; Johnson, 0; R. Tefft, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  4 4-13-12
CF       14  14  22  6–56
Oxf.     5    6    0    1–12
Three-pointers:  None.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Sherburne-Earlville Tournament
Sherburne-Earlville 47, Central Valley Academy 31
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville’s stingy defense is sending it to the championship game of its own tournament.
The Marauders limited CVA to single-digit scoring in three of four periods in a 16-point victory Friday evening.
Gavin Giroux, coming off an injury during football, scored a team-high 15 points in the victory, while Matt Hall added 12.
S-E plays Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Saturday evening. The Red Devils  built a 13-point halftime lead over Unadilla Valley, and held off the Storm’s late rally.
Brett Hanslmaier scored 20 for UV,  and Ethan Grey netted 16 in the defeat. Hanslmaier and Grey also reached double digits in rebounds with 13 and 12 respectively.
CVA:  Pank, 1 0-0-2; Klossner,0 ; Ulinski, 0; Bergin, 3 2-4-9; Miosek, 0 ; Vogel,0 ; Slaughter,2 0-0-4 ; Rhude, 2 0-2-4; Bodwell, 0; Waldron, 0 4-4-4; Bergin,0 ; Dihrberg, 3 0-0-6 ; Perez, 0. Totals: 11 8-1-31.
S-E:  Tyler Rodriguez,1 0-0-2 ; Tyler Bigford, 0; K. Fredricks, 1 0-0-2; Matt Hull, 4 4-9-12; Dylan Seymour, 3 2-5-8 ; Ian Fleming, 1 0-0-2; Jared Jillson, dnp; Ian Fredricks, 0; Gavin Giroux, 4 7-15-15; Sam Tuttle, 2 2-4-6. Totals: 16 15-33-47
CVA    5   11   7   8–31
S-E      13   8   6   20–47
Three-point goals:  (CVA) Bergin, (SE) none.

Vernon-Verona-Sherrill 62, Unadilla Valley 52
VVS: Matt Hilts, 1 2-2-4; Zack Bitz, 0 1-2-1; Jake Engler, 1 0-0-2; Ryan Palmer, 0; Nate Palmer, 3 0-1-6; Davey Moffett, 7 7-8-21; Ryan Turley, 2 0-1-5; VanDreason, 2 0-0-6; Matt Neill, 5 0-0-10; Schaeffer, 0; D. Roden, 2 3-4-7. Totals:  23 13-20-62.
UV:  Andrew Jackson, 2 0-0-5; Ryan Postma, 1 1-2-3; Derrick Schaub, 0; Geoff Keach, 0; Ethan Grey, 7 1-3-16; Tyler Simmons, 2 1-4-6; Brett Hanslmaier, 9 2-4-20; Marcus Granger, 0; Mason Mikalunas, 1 0-0-2. Totals: 22 5-13-52.
VVS    17   19  12  14–62
UV      12   11  13  16–52
Three-point goals: (V) VanDreason 2, Turley. (UV) Jackson, Grey, Simmons.

Chenango Forks 55, Greene 48
CHENANGO FORKS – Greene got off to a better start, but was unable to sustain its advantage in Friday’s road loss to Chenango Forks.
Caleb Link and L.J. Watson keyed a second-half turnaround for the Blue Devils scoring nine points apiece over the last two quarters. Forks entered the third quarter on the short end of a 26-19 count.
“It was a tough environment, but the boys played great,” said Greene coach Chris Rice. “We needed to slow it down at the end, but we were unable to get into good offensive sets.”
Luke Day scored 11 for Greene, while Joe Miranda and Jordan Harrington chipped in with nine points each.
Chenango Forks:  Caleb Link, 6 0-0-14; K. Tio, 0; Crowningshield, 1 1-2-4; Timms, 2 2-2-6;  DePersis, 0; Goodspeed,0 ; Borchardt, 2 0-0-4; Locke, 1 0-0-3; Hall, 0 2-2-2; T. Borchardt, 3 3-8-9; Lindow, 0; Watson, 5 1-3-11; Ehrets, 0. Totals:  20 9-17-55
Greene:  Jordan Harrington, 3 2-2-9 ; C. Austin, 1 0-0-2; L. Day, 4 2-3-11; B. Kinney, 0; D. Borchardt, 0; Josh Harrington, 0; L. Erickson, 2 0-4-4; M Walters, 2 0-2-4; Breven Gilmore, 4 0-0-9 ; C. Klecha, 0; J. Miranda, 4 1-2-9; A. Brigham, 0. Totals:  20 5-13-48.
CFks   14   5   16  20–55
Gre.    16  10   11  11–48
Three-point goals:  (CF) Link 2, Crowningshield, Locke, Watson. (G) Jordan Harrington 2, Day.
WRESTLING

OXFORD – Shenendehowa won four individual titles Saturday night to claim the Clyde Cole Wrestling Tournament title over runner-up B-G/Afton/Harpursville.
The Bears scored 225 points, 44 shy of Shen. B-G/A/H was bolstered by title victories from Chris Cirigliano (120) and Austin Carr (160).
Cirigliano beat old rival Dalen Geislinger of Norwich 3-1 in the championship bout. Carr, meanwhile, came from a lower-seeded spot to cruise to an 8-3 finals victory over Maine-Endwell’s Micah Miller.
Norwich, Oxford, and Unadilla Valley also had individual titlists.
NHS eighth-grader, Eli Rodriguez scored a 4-0 victory Brady Olekzak in the 99-pound finale. Rodriguez also claimed the Director’s Plaque for allowing the fewest points.
Kalvin Abrams (145) gave the Storm its first championship in this tourney in two years. Abrams beat the Bears’ Shane Hoover 5-1 to earn a spot atop the podium.
In the last match of the tournament, Oxford senior Kordell Huntley pinned his way to a first-place finish. Huntley flattened all four of his opponents taking out Unatego’s Jacob Morrison in 5:31 in the last matchup.
Below are team scores and finals results:
Clyde Cole Tournament
Team Scores: Shenendehowa, 269; B-G/A/H, 225; Averill Park, 182; Norwich, 170.5; Oxford, 130; Ocean Lakes, 122.5; Maine-Endwell, 121; Queensbury, 119.5; S-E, 96.5; Unadilla Valley, 60; Carthage, 59.5; Uantego, 59; Groton, 58.5; Spencer-Van Etten, 50.5; Sidney, 33.5; Otselic Valley, 22.
Finals
99:  Eli Rodriguez (N) d. Brady Olekzak (B), 4-0. 106:  Antoine Grace (Q) d. Nick Glanville, 15-5. 113: Garrett Lockwood (Gro) d. Lucian Loeper (AP), 4-0. 120:  Chris Cirigliano (B) dec. Dalen Geislinger, 3-1. 126: Kleman Shanahan (S) dec. Josh Kendrick (OL), 7-3. 132:  Max Tempel (AP) dec. Adam Murphy (OL), 3-2. 138: Kevin Guardino (Shen) dec. Cole Rifanburg (N), 4-1. 145:  Kalvin Abrams (UV) dec. Shane Hoover (BGAH),  5-1. 152:  Kobe Garrehy (ME) dec. Madison Hoover (BGAH), 10-1. 160: (BGAH) dec. Micah Miller (ME), 8-3. 170:  Anthony Dinallo (S) dec. Colby Foster (BGAH), 11-3. 182:  Kevin Parker (Shen) pinned Garett Sylstra (Ox), :54. 195:  Jack Buell (SE) pinned Shea Osovski (ME), 1:43. 220: Caleb Null (Car) dec. Dylan Mondore (BGAH), 10-8. 285:  Kordell Huntley (Ox) pinned Jacob Morrison (Un), 5:31.
Sportsmanship Award:  Jack Buell, Sherburne-Earlville.
Outstanding Wrestler Award: Kobe Garrehy, M-E
Pin Award:  Jon Law, Queensbury.
Director’s Plaque:  Eli Rodriguez, Norwich.

Friday’s results

BOYS’ SWIMMING

Chenango Forks 97, Norwich 72
CHENANGO FORKS – Norwich split the victories with Chenango Forks Friday evening, but the Blue Devils’ superior depth carried them to a meet victory over the Tornado.
Norwich grabbed six wins led by double winners Connor Supensky and Dan Zieno. Supensky claimed the 200 free and 100 backstroke, while Zieno was first in the 50- and 100-yard freestyles.
Bruce Winter notched a win in the 100 breaststroke, and the foursome of Zieno, Supensky, Winter, and Jacob Shoemaker touched home first in the meet-closing 400 free relay.
Results
200 medley relay: CF (Matt Starr, Ethan Stocum, Dylan Palmer, Kyle Norton) 2:05.52; 200 freestyle: Connor Supensky (N) 2:07.79; 200 individual medley: Starr (CF) 2:34.11; 50 freestyle: Dan Zieno (N) 24.07; Diving: Brad Harper (CF) 148.25; 100 butterfly: Palmer (CF) 1:10.92; 100 freestyle: Dan Zieno (N) 52.95; 500 freestyle: Aidan Houlihan (CF) 6:00.68; 200 free relay: CF (Stocum, Sal Frontera, Kevin Vogel, Houlihan) 1:52.74; 100 backstroke: Connor Supensky (N) 1:13.42; 100 breaststroke: Bruce Winter (N) 1:14.57; 400 freestyle relay: Norwich (Zieno, Jacob Shoemaker, Supensky, Winter) 4:30.72.

Greene 87, Sherburne-Earlville 73
200 medley relay: Greene (Liam Reid, Matt DeJager, Trevor DeJager, Kurt Hendershott) 2:04.15; 200 freestyle: Yankowski (S-E) 2:03.77; 200 individual medley: McDaniel (S-E) 236.18; 50 freestyle: Eritton (S-E) 26.59; 100 butterfly: Wilson (S-E) 1:11.71; 100 freestyle: Ryan Markham (G) 57.10; 500 freestyle: Yankowski (S-E) 6:15.98; 200 free relay: Greene (Markham, Hendershott, Gray Reid, Scott Lord) 1:45.21; 100 backstroke: Wilson (S-E) 1:11.59; 100 breaststroke: M. DeJager (G) 1:15.38; 400 freerelay: Greene (Markham, G. Reid, L. Reid, Lord) 4:06.96

WRESTLING

Clyde Cole Tournament
OXFORD – Shenendehowa holds a slim lead over B-G/Afton/Harpursville after the first day of the Clyde Cole Wrestling Tournament.
Shen has 112.5 points, while B-G/A/H is just 4 1/2 points behind. Norwich, last year’s Section IV small school champion, is in fourth with 68.5, and the host Oxford Blackhawks are two spots back in sixth place with 60.5 points.
B-G/A/H, Norwich, and Oxford all had two top seeds advance to the semifinals.
Making the final four were Chris Cirigliano (120) and Madison Hoover (152), B-G/A/H; Eli Rodriguez (99) and Cole Rifanburg (138), Norwich; and Corey Marshman (145) and Kordell Huntley (285), Oxford.
Also claiming a final-four spot was Sherburne-Earlville senior Jack Buell. A top-three state place finisher last year, Buell advanced to the semis at 195 pounds without wrestling a match.
Team scores:  Shenendehowa, 112. 5; B-G/A/H, 108; Ocean Lakes, 71; Norwich, 68.5; Averill Par, 66.5; Oxford, 60.5; Maine-Endwell, 48; Queensbury, 37; Sherburne-Earlville, 37; Sherburne-Earlville, 29; Carthage, 27.5; Sidney, 27; Groton, 26.5; Unatego, 24; Spencer-Van Etten, 16; Unadilla Valley, 15; Otselic Valley, 5.

 

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