Sports Jan. 3-8, 2016

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Jan. 8

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Norwich 59, Seton Catholic Central 43
BINGHAMTON – Norwich lured – make that — Seton Catholic Central into its preferred pace of play in the second half, and the result was a 16-point getaway victory Friday evening on the Saints’ home floor.
Norwich clung to a 30-27 halftime lead as it was stuck in a halfcourt game with Seton. Jake Walsh ignited the Tornado offense with 11 of his 13 points — including three three-pointers — but not much else was happening on the offensive end.
“We were a little slow on our rotations on the press that got them buckets, and they executed well on the defensive end,” said Norwich coach Brian Collier. “I thought we weren’t being aggressive enough and settling for shots on the perimeter.”
Norwch’s press hit its stride in the second half with reserves Dashawn King and Tre Bonham – normally sparks for the offense — providing the defensive lift. King led Norwich with five steals in the game, and the NHS running game kicked into high gear.
“Toward the end of the third quarter and to start the fourth quarter, we went on a nice run to stretch out the lead,” Collier said. “We kept pushing after we got the lead to double figures, which was nice to see.”
Norwich had a trio of 13-point scorers to lead the way. Including Walsh, Carlos Ithier and Jamison Luke netted a baker’s dozen. Luke had a team-best eight rebounds, while Jordan Vinal dished out five assists.
Norwich extended its lead to nearly 20 points in the fourth quarter in improving its mark to 8-1 on the season.
“Seton was well prepared for us, but once we made it more of a transition game, that’s where our strength and numbers wore them out,” Collier said.
NHS: Jake Walsh, 4 2-2-13; Veale, 0; Tre Bonham, 2 2-2-6; C. Edwards, 0; Carlos Ithier, 5 2-2-13; D. King, 1 3-5-5; M. Carson, 0; M. Parrella, 1 0-0-2; A. Wehrli, 0; Jordan Vinal, 2 2-4-7; Jamison Luke, 6 1-5-13; C. Jeffrey, 0. Totals:  21 12-20-59
SCC:  Luke Meier, 1 2-2-4; Leo Gallagher, 6 0-0-14; Tanner Siwicki, 0; Dempsey, 1 0-1-3; Mason Vaughan, 2 4-9-8; Peter Hartrick, 3 0-26; Jon Williams, 2 0-0-4; Greg Olson, 2 0-0-4. Totals: 17 6-14-43.
NHS       14  16  14  15-59
SCC        15  12   8   8–43
Three-point goals:  (S) Gallagher 2, Dempsey. (N) Walsh 3, Ithier, Vinal. JV: Seton won.

Sherburne-Earlville 57, Adirondack 33
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville hasn’t had to bounced back from too many losses this season, and it responded quite emphatically to the most recent defeat.
Led by three players in double figures scoring and stingy defense, the Marauders improved to 8-2 on the season with a 24-point victory over visiting Adirondack.
“It was a heart-breaking loss on Wednesday, and sometimes it’s tough to come back from that,” said S-E coach Kevin Vibbard. “We came out and played great defense in the first quarter.  When you hold a team to three points in the first quarter, that will help you a great deal.”
Matt Hull scored 14 points for S-E, Gavin Giroux netted 12, and Ian Fleming scored 11 in the win. Most of Hull’s points came from the foul line – 12 of 14 – as he regularly found seams in the Adirondack defense with dribble penetration.
“We were pretty well rounded tonight,” Vibbard said. “Everybody that played scored, and that’s always a fun thing.”
The Marauders played at V-V-S next Thursday.
Adir:  McConnell, 0; Kohl, 1 2-3-4; Bailey, 0; Bell, 1 0-0-2; Chambers, 0; S. McConnell, 0; Woodworth, 2 0-0-4; O’Brien, 0; Sturdevant, 1 0-0-2; Wiedmer, 3 5-8-13; Pinter, 4 0-0-8; Backer, 0. Totals: 12 7-15-33.
S-E:  T. Rodriguez, 2 2-2-7; T. Bigford, 1 0-0-2; K. Fredricks, 0 1-2-1; M. Hull, 1 12-14-14; D. Seymour, 1 1-1-3; I. Fleming, 4 0-0-11; I. Fredricks, 1 1-4-3; G. Giroux, 5 2-5-12; S. Tuttle, 2 0-0-4. Totals:  17 19-28-57.
Adir          3  11  5  14–33
S-E       13   13 15  16-57
Three-point goals: (SE) Fleming 3, Rodriguez, (A) Wiedmer 2.

Bainbridge-Guilford 74, Hancock 44
BAINBRIDGE – Bainbridge-Guilford produced its best offensive showing of the season in a 30-point blowout over Hancock Friday night.
Alex DeGroat and Pete Ouimet each had double-doubles in season-high scoring performances. DeGroat led the Bobcats with 20 points to go with 15 rebounds, and Ouimet had 15 points and 16 boards.
Trevor Halaquist contributed 18 points, seven assists, and four steals, and Sean Jones finished with 13 points, eight rebounds, and four steals.
Earlier in the week, Unatego dealt B-G a 57-38 setback. The Spartans held a 30-15 advantage over the second half to pull away.
Jones led B-G in the loss with 15 points.
Hancock; Gross, 0; Ryan Tooley, 5 2-2-12; R. Slatch, 3 0-0-6; E. Bass, 2 0-0-5; L. Bass, 3 4-4-12; Simmons, 2 1-2-7; Worobey, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  16 7-8-44.

B-G: Kyle Rideout, 1 1-2-4; Trevor Halaquist, 7 1-1-18; N. Decker, 0; Zach Ouimet, 6 3-3-15; Sean Jones, 5 2-4-13; A. Capalupo, 0; A. Rowe, 0; Tyler Johnson, 2 0-0-4; Alex DeGroat, 10 0-2-20. Totals:  31 7-12-74
Hanc:   7   9  14  14–44
B-G   10  23  26  15-74
Three-point goals: (H) Bass, L. Bass 2, Simmons 2, (BG) Halaquist 3, Rideout, Jones.

Unatego 57, B-G 38
Unatego: Z. Youngs, 3 1-2-7; Frank, 0; C. Thayer, 0; S. Smith, 2 3-4-7; Harris, 0; Dunn, 2 0-0-4; D. Reed, 4 1-3-9; Braeden Beadle, 7 2-3-16; Derek Beames, 4 6-11-14; Carey, 0. Totals:  22 13-23-57.
B-G:  Rideout, 0 1-2-2; T. Halaquist, 2 0-0-4; N. Decker, 0; Z. Ouimet, 3 0-0-6; S. Jones, 6 2-5-15; A. Capalupo, 0; A. Rowe, 0; T. Johnson, 1 0-0-2; Alex DeGroat,  3 4-6-10. Totals:  14 7-13-38.
Unat      12  15  10  20–57
B-G        12  11     6  9–38
Three-point goals: (BG) Jones.

Greene 68, Afton 45
AFTON – Greene answered a sluggish first half with its best second half of the season in a victory at Afton on Friday night.
With second leading scorer Luke Day again sidelined by injury, the Trojans turned to sophomore Coy Austin to fill some of the void.
Austin had 14 of his career-high 16 points in Greene’s 47-point second half. Joe Miranda shared the team-high scoring lead with 16, while Jordan Harrington and Luke Erickson netted 10 apiece.
Austin had eight of his points in the third quarter when Greene turned a one-point deficit into a 13-point lead.
“We were able to force a lot of turnovers in the second half to blow open the lead,” said Greene coach Chris Rice.
With the victory, Greene remained unbeaten in Midstate Athletic Conference play.
Greene: Dalton Brower, 4 0-0-8; A. Brigham, 0; Jordan Harrington, 3 4-4-10; Coy Austin, 7 0-0-16; Brock Kinney, 0; D. Borchardt, 0; Josh Harrington, 1 0-0-2; P. Nelson; L. Erickson, 4 0-0-10; M. Walter, 1 0-0-2; Breven Gilmore, 2 0-1-4; C. Klecha, 0; Joey Miranda, 8 0-3-16. Totals:  30 4-8-68.
Afton:  King, 1 0-0-3; M. Graven-Briggs, 1 0-0-2; DeVona, 1 2-4-5; C. Graven-Briggs, 3 7-8-15; Hinman, 5 8-11-20. Totals: 11 17-23-45.
Gr.          13  8   25-22-68
Afton   9   13  11  12–45
Three-point goals: (A) Hinman 2, Graven Briggs 2, Devona, M. Graven-Briggs. (G) Erickson 2, Austin 2.

Unadilla Valley 44, Sidney 43
NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley’s Ryan Postma  and Brett Hanslmaier hit key free throws in the fourth quarter as UV escaped with a one-point victory over Sidney Friday hight.
After Hanslmaier’s two free throws gave UV a four-point lead with less than 10 seconds to play, Sidney’s Ethan Finch was fouled after draining a layup. He completed the 3-point play drawing Sidney to within one point with 1.4 seconds left.
UV successfully inbounded the ball and ran out the clock. “We played solid defense and rebounded the ball strong the entire game,” said UV coach Matt Osborne.
Hanslmaier had 14 points to lead UV, Postma scored 12, and Andrew Jackson netted 10. Ethan Grey added a team-high 11 rebounds and seven blocked shots.
Sidn.  Steve Smith, 0; T. Dutton, 0; Alex Hoskins, 4 4-6-10; Kyle Smith, 6 0-0-15; Zak Green, 3 1-1-7; E. Finch, 2 3-3-7; C. Karl, 1 0-0-2. Totals: 16 8-10-43.
UV:  Andrew Jackson, 5 0-0-10; R Postma, 4 3-9-12; Schwab, 0; G. Keach, 0;  Grey, 3 0-1-6; Simmons, 0 2-2-2; Turner, 0; Hanslmaier, 5 4-5-14; Mikalunas, 0. Totals:  17 9-17-44
Sid    8   11   9   15–43
UV   15   6   11  12–44
Three-point goals: (UV) Postma. (S) Smith 3.

Oxford 53, Walton 44
WALTON  – Oxford senior forward Kevin Davis asserted himself from the outset.
Davis scored 12 points in the opening quarter on his way to a career-high 27 points in Friday night’s victory at Walton.
Davis’s quick start including a pair of threes allowed Oxford to open a 13-point lead at the first turn. “Kevin played well the whole game,” said Oxford coach Tim Davis. He got a couple inside, a couple mid-range jumpers, and a couple threes. He also made his free throws.”
Still, Walton turned the tide early in the third hitting back-to-back threes in the first 30 seconds of the half to trim a 16-point deficit to 10. The Warriors, however, came no closer than eight points.
“We gave them a little life in the third quarter,” Tim Davis said. “It was back and forth throughout the second half, and we were unable to extend the lead.”
Kevin Davis added 18 rebounds and eight assists. Oxford (5-6) plays Harpursville on Tuesday.
Oxford: Maricle, 2 0-0-5; Jason Davis, 1 0-0-3; Josh Nelson 1 2-4-4; Rece Camadine, 0; Austin Crawford, 0; Trent Lyons, 1 0-0-2; Steve Ehly, 0; A. Gonzalez, 2 1-2-5; Nick Neer, 2 0-0-4; Kevin Davis, 9 7-9-27; Harry Oliver, 2 1-4-3. Totals:  19 11-19-53.
Walton:  Hitt, 5 1-2-15; Merwin, 0 1-2-1; Soms, 0; Vandemark, 1 0-0-2; Beardslee, 0; Sorochinsky, 1 0-0-3; Tweedle, 5 0-6-11; Beers, 2 0-0-4; Griffin, 4 0-3-8. Totals: 18, 2-13-44.
Oxf.       19  14   9  11–53
Walt         6   11   15  12–44
Three-point goals: (O) K. Davis 2, J. Davis, Maricle.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Sherburne-Earlville 74, Adirondack 28
SHERBURNE – It will be a long time before Sherburne-Earlville puts another pair of girls’ basketball players on the floor like Savannah Irwin and Lilly Berg.
Irwin joined Berg in the 1,000-point club Friday night reaching the milestone with a barrage of points in the third quarter.
Irwin is the number two all-time scorer behind Berg, and there isn’t anyone else in school history within 200 points of the high-scoring tandem.
“There are no words to say, they’re special kids who complement each other so well,” said S-E coach Karen Mulligan. “We’re going to miss them.”
Irwin had 12 points at the half, and considering the game was quickly heading toward blowout mode, her time on the court in the second half would likely begin and end with the third quarter.
Irwin hit a three early in the period to kick-start yet another hot shooting streak. She finished with five threes in the quarter – eight for the game to match her own school mark – 19 points in the quarter, and she finished with a game-high 31 points.
Needing 27 points to reach 1,000, Irwin eclipsed that total, and then took a seat for the evening. “We weren’t sure if she would get to (1,000) tonight,” Mulligan said. “She started hitting shots in the third quarter, and we knew it would come quickly.”
Irwin wasn’t the lone Marauders player filling it up the score sheet. Lexi Elderkin continued her streak of double figures scoring contests tallying 14, and Berg netted 15.
Elderkin and Irwin also led the defense with six steals apiece.

Adir:  Philbrick, 0; B. Kranbuhl, 3 2-6-8; Griffith, 0; Williams, 0; A. Kranbuhl, 4 0-0-8; Curtiss, 2 0-4-4; Nowick, 0; Nellenback, 0 3-4-3; Lane, 1 0-0-3; Wilcox, 0; Megers, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  11 5-14-28.
S-E:  Morgan Simpson, 0; M. Wright, 2 2-2-6; Lexi Elderkin, 6 0-0-14; Kaitlyn Furnger, 0; Savannah Irwin, 10 3-6-31; Emily Stanton, 1 0-0-2; Shay Franklin, 3 0-0-6; C. Beckwith, 0; L. Berg, 6 3-4-15; M. Mullenax, 0. Totals: 28 8-13-74.
Adi           5   7   11    5–28
SE         15  18   31 10–74
Three-point goals: (SE) Irwin 8, Elderkin 2, (A) Lane.

Greene 46, Afton 21
AFTON –  Greene started the game on an 8-0 run, and after building a 14-point halftime lead, began the second half with 11 straight points in a comfortable win over the Crimson Knights Friday.
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Greene:  M. Sergi, 1 0-0-2; S. Brown, 0 0-2-0; A. Sands, 5 0-0-10; E. Montelione, 2 0-0-4; N. Flohr, 1 3-4-5; M. Borchardt, 1 0-0-2; A. Platta, 0; Katie Carey, 6 1-2-15; E. Smith, 3 0-0-6; M. Brown, 1 0-0-2. Totals: 20 4-7-46.
Afton:  Coss, 1 1-2-3; Polizzi, 0 1-2-1; Winans, 0; Abby Beaulieu, 1 0-2-2; S. Schaller, 0 1-2-1; Robertson, 0; East, 0; Kenyon, 0; Palmatier, 0 1-1-1; Stevens, 2 1-4-5; Alex Alford, 2 3-5-8. Totals: 6 8-19-21.
Gr.          17  8 17  4-46
Aft.        4   7   3   7-21
Three-point goals: (G) Carey 2, (A) Alford.

Sidney 51, Unadilla Valley 41 (Thursday)
NEW BERLIN — Unadilla Valley turned up the offense in the second half, but Sidney matched the Storm point for point in a 10-point road victory Thursday.
Makenzie Gravelin hit a three early in the fourth quarter and had seven of her nine points to help Sidney hold off UV.
“Foul trouble early in the game hurt us, but it made our bench have to step up,” said UV coach Brandi Backus. “Sidney is a very experienced team and we are not, so to keep it that close, I was pleased.”
Sierra Badger led UV with 17 points and Hunter Lakin added nine.
Sidney:  Gravelin, 3 2-3-9; Gravel, 0; Jenna McDonald, 4 5-12-13; Barnes, 3 2-3-8; Pierce. 7 1-5-15; Bernard, 0 0-2-2; C. Decker, 1 2-2-4; Hawkins, 1 0-0-2; Krom, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  19 12-29-51.
UV:  S. Badger, 7 3-3-17; J. Oglesby, 3 1-2-7; H. Lakin, 2 5-8-9; Del Sontro, 1 1-2-3; S. Meade, 2 0-0-4; K. Fairchild, 0 1-2-1; Anderson, 0 0-2-0; Williams, 0; Bard, 0. Totlas:  15 11-19-41.
Sidney    7  15  9  20–51
UV          4   7   13  16-41
Three-point goals:  (S) Gravelin.

Seton Catholic Central 60, Norwich 58
NORWICH – Friday night was another Norwich game that lent itself to nail-biting and nervous tics.
The Saints hit Norwich with a bevy of outside shots in the first half, and then held off the Tornado’s comeback effort in the fourth quarter handing NHS its third loss of the season.
Those three defeats have come by a sum total of five points including a buzzer-beater.
“Tonight was different from the other two losses,” said Norwich coach Josh Bennett. “We played tremendously well, Seton just made some tough shots in tough situations. There is not a lot you can do about that. They just made one more shot than us.”
What was likely the dagger of all threes was a deep three by Seton guard Lexi Levy. Levy pulled up near the white volleyball line – at least five feet behind the three-point arc – nailing her three ball to keep it a two-possession game in the last minutes.
Norwich had the ball with 14 seconds with a chance to tie the game. Not once, but twice, Seton thwarted a game-tying shot knocking the ball out of bounds. On Norwich’s third attempt, there was just over one second remaining on the clock, and it wasn’t able to get off a shot.
“That three was huge for them, but was also big was number 51 (Julie Hauer) getting four or five offensive rebounds to extend possessions in the fourth quarter,” Bennett said. “It’s not like they were scoring, but they were eating time off the clock. We couldn’t get the ball back to play offense.”
Norwich showed its typical balance on offense. Shelby Benjamin canned three threes finishing with 13 points, while Megan Komendarek also connected for 13 markers. Makenzie Maynard tacked on 11 points.
“This is obviously agonizing and devastating for the kids,” Bennett said. “But I’ll trade these losses for a two-point win in the sectional final.”
SCC:  Hanna Strawn, 3 6-7-12; Lexi Levy, 5 0-1-12; Murphy Fauci, 2 0-3-4; Anna Mc Cann, 8 0-0-22; Matban Ajak, 0; Julia Hauer, 4 2-3-10. Totals: 22 7-13-60.
NHS  Hansen, 0 2-2-2; K. Dowdall, 2 0-0-5; K. Evans, 1 1-3-3; K. Seary, 2 0-0-4; M. Maynard, 3 5-6-11; M. Komendarek, 5 3-6-13; Bridget Murphy, 2 2-2-7;  S. Benjamin, 4 2-2-13. Totals:  19 15-20-58.
SCC        15  23   13   7–60.
NHS       16  14  16   12–58
Three-point goals: (N) Benjamin 3, Murphy, Dowdall.

Jan. 7
GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Bainbridge-Guilford 81, Hancock 41
BAINBRIDGE – After a 40-point first half – perhaps their best opening to a game this season – the Bobcats raised the bar significantly in the third quarter.
B-G shot 11-14 from the field in a 27-point third quarter to put away its sixth straight victory Thursday evening against visiting Hancock.
“Oh no, it wasn’t all layups,” said B-G coach Bob Conway after revealing the shot statistics.
Becca Reyes went 3-for-3 on three-pointers in the third quarter, and she had five threes in all on her way to a season-high 23 points. Megan Palmatier added 20 points and 11 rebounds, and Abi Selfridge scored 16 points to go with 11 boards.
All three of the Bobcats’ scoring leaders completed their work after three quarters. None played a lick in the fourth.
“The kids are playing well together, they’re making good decisions with the ball, and we’re getting good looks from our ball movement,” Conway said. “They whole group is looking for each other, and they’ve really bought into the team concept.”
Kori Thornton also reached double figures scoring with 11 points, and Jillian Cannistra led B-G with five assists. As a team, B-G finished with 16 assists, in improving its mark to 8-3 on the season.
B-G plays at Deposit next Wednesday.
Hancock: Lexi Houghton, 4 1-2-10; Picozzi, 0 0-2-0; Young, 0; Tina Ten, 1 0-0-3; Ashley Drake, 1 6-8-8; Lizzy Simpson, 2 0-0-4; Worzel 3 0-0-8; Evanitsky, 3 0-0-6; Rutledge, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  15 7-12-41.
B-G:  Nordberg,  1 0-0-2; A. Miller, 1 0-0-2; A. Selfridge, 7 2-3-16; M. O’Hara, 2 0-0-4; J. Cannistra, 1 0-0-3; Becca Reyes, 9 0-0-23; K. Thornton, 3 3-4-11; Megan Palmatier, 9 2-2-20. Totals: 33 7-9-81.
Han        10   10  12  9–41
B-G        24   16  27  14-81
Three-point goals:  (BG) Reyes 5, Thornton 2, Cannistra. (H) Houghton, Ten, Worzel 2.

Sidney 51, Unadilla Valley 41
NEW BERLIN – Sidney built a 10-point halftime lead and maintained that advantage despite UV’s strong offensive showing over the final two periods in Thursday’s victory
.Sierra Badger had 17 points for the Storm (4-5), which put 29 points on the board over the final two quarters. A box score will appear in the weekend edition.

BOWLING

S-E bowlers blank Herkimer 5-0
EARLVILLE – Sherburne-Earlville’s varsity bowling team outmanned Herkimer by better than 300 pins per game sweeping all five points from the Magicians Thursday afternoon at Hi-Skor Lanes.
Jordan Mullen, the unbeaten Marauders’ most consistent kegler of late, tossed a match-high 683 series.

Mullen was especially effective in the first two games rolling 245 and 256 respectively.
Zack Miles added a 622 for the Marauders capping his day with a 224 game.
Varsity honor scores
Herkimer (1,700):  None.
S-E:  Zack Miles, 219, 224, 622; Jordan Mullen, 245, 256 683; Will Philhower, 201; Nick Oley, 215.
JV:  S-E won 5-0.

Norwich boys beat JC
JOHNSON CITY – Lane conditions dictated lower scores, but a fast start for Norwich helped NHS establish control in a 4-1 victory over host Johnson City Thursday afternoon.
The Purple Tornado claimed the opening game by 105 pins led by Dylan Gladstone’s 231 game and Nick Deady’s 214.
Gladstone and Deady went one-two for the Purple Tornado rolling 585 and 583 series’ respectively. Needing the final game to cinch up the win, NHS edged the Wildcats by two total marks and 29 pins.
Johnson City’s girls cruised to a 5-0 win. LeahAnne Humphrey topped NHS with a 464 triple.
Boys (Norwich won 4-1)
Norwich (2,674):  Nick Deady, 214; Dylan Gladstone, 231.
Johnson City (2,625):  Cole Petras, 203; Josh Levene, 210; Dominic Diorio, 256.
JV:  Norwich won 5-0
Girls (JC won 5-0)
NHS (1,955):  LeahAnne Humphrey, 176, 464.
JC (2,179):  Courtney Nowetner, 186, 521; Alyssa Zduniak, 472.
JV: Norwich won 5-0.

WRESTLING

B-G/A/H 46, Greene 16
GREENE – In a renewal of what was one of Chenango County’s most heated rivalries, the Bears easily toppled the undermanned Trojans Thursday evening on Greene’s home mat.
B-G/A/H, perhaps the top small school in Section IV, received six forfeits from Greene. There were three other weight classes in which neither team put a grappler on the mat.
Garnering decision victories for Greene were Harrison Stone (126), Ryan Castle (132), and Nate Banks (152)., while Logan Kennedy (120) received a forfeit.
Banks’ victory came in the feature match of the night as he topped Madison Hoover in OT, 2-0.
The Bears’ Shane Hoover (145) took a 9-1 major decision over Joe Phillips, while Ben Bivar (138) pinned Greene’s Gavin Palmer in 1:36.
Results
99:  Dylan Decker (B) won by fft. 106: Brody Oleksak (B) won by  fft. 113:  no match. 120: Logan Kennedy (G) won by fft. 126: Harrison Stone (G) dec. Damien Knapp, 9-4. 132:  Ryan Castle (G) dec. Kevin Hubbard, 12-2. 138:  Ben Bivar (B) pinned Gavin Palmer, 1:36. 145:  Shane Hoover (B) dec. Joe Phillips, 9-1. 152: Nate Banks (G) dec. Madison Hoover, 2-0 (OT); 160: Austin Carr (B) won by fft. 170:  Mason Brown (B) won by fft. 182: Bradley Wilson (B) won by fft. 195: no match. 220: Dylan Mondore (B) won by fft. 285: No match.

 

Jan. 6

Local gridders named all-state

By Patrick Newell

SYRACUSE – Four Chenango County football players were honored today as all-state picks in a release from the New York State Sports Writers Association.
Greene’s John Hadac and Luke Erickson were chosen in Class C, while Norwich seniors Jamison Luke and Cole Brightman were tabbed in Class B.
Selections were vetted by the NYSSWA after receiving nominations from high school football writers across New York.
The Class A and AA picks will be announced later this week.
Hadac, a two-way lineman for the Trojans, was the highest ranking selection receiving second team accolades on the defensive line.
Hadac was a fearsome presence on both sides of the ball for Greene as a defensive end as well as an offensive lineman. He led the team in sacks, and he thoroughly denied running backs the edge on outside runs allowing just two rushing plays to break contain the entire season.
Erickson, a junior running back, was named to the third team. Erickson led Chenango County in rushing touchdowns and rushed for over 1,300 yards setting a new single-season mark for Greene.
“I’m so proud of those kids because they worked so hard in the offseason running, lifting weights, and attending camps,” said Greene head coach Dave Gorton of Hadac and Erickson. “They made themselves into great football players, and they are great leaders for the other kids. I can’t think of two more deserving kids.”
Luke, a two-way lineman for Norwich and a three-year starter, was tabbed as a fourth-team all-state lineman.
“He has a great feel and is a tremendous athlete,” said Norwich coach Mike Chrystie of Luke. “He could make every block we asked of him.”
Brightman, who moved to the varsity level with Luke, was an honorable mention choice on the offensive line. “He brought another level of intensity and tenacity to our offensive line,” Chrystie said of Brightman.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Norwich 71, Chenango Forks 30
NORWICH – Rust? What rust?
Norwich gave no indication of a two-week layoff crushing visiting Chenango Forks Wednesday night at Jack Jones Gymnasium.
The Purple Tornado were just hitting their stride before Christmas when they knocked off highly regarded Johnson City in a high-scoring shootout.
“We were really excited to play after leaving (before the holidays) on a good note against Johnson City,” said Norwich coach Brian Collier. “We wanted to work on our defense, we got some stops early, got some turnovers, and we jumped out quickly.”
Other than Norwich starting guard Carlos Ithier, who led Norwich (7-1) with 16 points, much of the offensive punch came from the boys who started the game on the bench.
More than half of the team’s points came from the reserves with Chris Jeffrey scoring 14 points in his first STAC conference game, and backup guard Dashawn King adding 10.
For Jeffrey, a 6-foot-5 junior forward/center, tonight’s offering could be a sign of good things to come.
“He’s going to be a big factor for us, he just has to improve his conditioning,” Collier said.
Jeffrey is just one component of a potent Norwich bench that may provide even better scoring options when putting points on the board is a necessity.
“We have three guys in Chris, Dashawn, and Tre (Bonham) coming off the bench who are very talented underclassmen that can score at a high rate,” Collier said. “They are microwaves that can score in a hurry. They can score inside and outside, and they give us a good lift when we need a jolt on offense.”
Norwich plays at Seton Catholic Central Friday. “Playing at Seton is always a tough environment, but we’re looking forward to it,” Collier said.
CF:  Parker Urso, 1 0-0-3; Caleb Link, 1 0-0-3; Tio, 0; Dan Crowningshield, 3 1-2-8; Cordell DePersiis, 2 0-0-5; Justin Goodspeed, 1 0-1-2; Keenan Hall, 1 0-0-3; Trevor Borchardt, 0 3-5-3; Terry Lindow, 1 0-0-3; LJ Watson, 0; Ryan Ehrets, 0. Totals: 10 4-9-30.
Norwich: Jake Walsh, 2 0-0-5; K. Veale, 2 0-0-4; Tre Bonham, 2 0-0-5; Cam Edwards, 0 1-2-1; Carlos Ithier, 5 4-7-16; Dashawn King, 4 0-0-10; Michael Carson, 0; Matt Parrella, 3 0-0-6; Alex Wehrli, 0; Jordan Vinal, 1 0-0-2; Jamison Luke, 4 0-0-8; Chris Jeffrey, 6 2-3-14. Totals:  29 7-12-71
CFks       5    5   7   13–30
Norw.     22 10  15  24–71
Three-point goals: (CF) Urso, Link, Crowningshield, DePersiis, Hall, Lindow. (N) Walsh, Bonham, Ithier 2, King 2. Officials; Barker, Berg.

Greene  59, Harpursville 28
GREENE – Five was the magic number for the Trojans in Wednesday night’s romp over visiting Harpursville.
The Trojans extended their perfect Midstate Athletic Conference mark to 5-0, and they held the Hornets to just five field goals in the game.
Jordan Harrington scored 11 in the opening quarter, and he finished with a game-high 23 points. Luke Erickson added 10 points, and Dalton Brower spearheaded the defense pulling down 12 rebounds.
“We played good defense giving up only five goals,” said Greene coach Chris Rice. “The offense is getting better, we had good ball movement and we had good looks, we just need to finish better.”
Greene plays at Afton on Friday.
Harp:  Karanka, 0 2-2-2; Rouse, 0; Villano, 2 4-9-8; Clapper, 0; Lippert, 1 0-0-2; Stolpinski, 0; Peyton Dean, 2  12-18-16; Barriger, 0. Totals: 5 18-19-28.
Greene:  D. Brower, 0; A. Brigham, 0; Jordan Harrington, 10 1-1-23; C. Austin, 1 0-0-2; B. Kinney, 1 0-0-3; D. Borchardt, 0; Josh Harrington, 1 0-0-3; Luke Erickson, 4 0-0-10; Mike Walters, 3 0-0-6; Breven Gilmore, 2 1-2-5; C. Klecha, 0 0-0-0; Joe Miranda, 2 0-0-4. Totals: 25 2-3-59.
Harp.       2   7   10   9–28
Greene 16  13  11  19–59
Three-point goals: (G) Harrington 2, Kinney, Josh Harrington, L. Erickson 2.

Canastota 54, Sherburne-Earlville 49
SHERBURNE — Canastota picked up a rare win on the Marauders’ home floor sealing the victory with four free throws in the final 20 seconds.
After S-E closed to 50-49, Jacob Purdy hit two free throws for the Raiders to extend the lead to three. The Marauders had a good look at a three to tie, but missed. After a Canastota missed free throw, the host club had another chance to tie, but again misfired on the three ball.
“We had our chances, the ball just didn’t go our way tonight,” said Marauders coach Kevin Vibbard.
The Marauders’ top three scorers, Matt Hull, Gavin Giroux, and Sam Tuttle were limited to 20 total points, just over half of their usual output.
Canastota sagged inside to contain Giroux and Tuttle, and did not allow Hull his usual dribble penetration. “Obviously Canastota was focused on stopping our big guys from scoring,” Vibbard said. “But Ian (Fleming) and Dylan (Seymour) did a nice job keeping us in the game.”
Fleming hit five threes to lead S-E with 15 points, and Seymour nailed a pair of trifectas on his way to a 14-point evening.
The Marauders (7-2) host Adirondack on Friday.
Can:  Myers, 0; Jamie Cellamare, 1 0-1-2; Walts, 1 0-0-2; Brook, 4 1-1-9; Jacob Purdy, 6 2-4-14; Martin, 4 0-0-8; Evans, 2 0-0-4; Debrugue, 0; Fox, 0;  Brooks, 6 3-4-15. Totals:  24 6-10-54.
S-E:  Rodriguez, 0;  Bigford, 0; K. Fredricks, 0; Matt Hull, 2 3-6-7; D. Seymour, 6 0-0-14; Ian Fleming, 5 0-0-15; I. Fredricks, 0; G. Giroux, 2 3-4-7; S. Tuttle, 3 0-0-6. Totals:  18 6-10-49.
Can        12 11  11 20-54
S-E          9   8  16  16-49
Three-point goals: (SE) Fleming 5, Seymour 2.

Unadilla Valley 43, Deposit 24
DEPOSIT – Unadilla Valley went the defensive route to knock off host Deposit Wednesday night.
Andrew Jackson led UV’s balanced scoring with 10 points to go with a team-high four steals. Ethan Grey and Brett Hanslmaier filled up the stat sheets in nearly every category.
Grey had nine points, 10 rebounds, three steals, and three blocks, and Hanslmaier scored eight, pulled down 12 boards, and matched Grey’s three steals and three blocked shots.
“We played outstanding man-to-man defense, and we moved the ball much better in the second half an dmade open shots,” said UV coach Matt Osborne.
The Storm host Sidney on Friday.
UV:  Andrew Jackson, 3 2-2-10; R. Postma, 1 2-5-4; D. Schwab, 0 0-3-0; G. Keach, 1 0-1-2; Ethan Grey, 4 0-0-9; T. Simmons, 1 0-0-3; M. Turner, 0; Brett Hanslmaier, 3 2-4-8; M. Granger, 0 1-2-1; Ferguson, 0; Mason Mikalunas, 3 0-0-6. Totals:  16 7-17-43.
Deposit: Anderson, 0 1-2-1; R. Ballard, 5 1-8-11; Curtis, 0; C. Cardew, 3 1-2-8; J. Tarbox, 1 0-0-2; Santemaria, 0 1-2-1; schaeffer, 0 1-2-1; Scuderi, 0; Shirkey, 0; W. Wank, 0. Totals:  9 5-16-24.
UV     5   12 19  7-43
Dep.  6    4   8   6-24
Three-point goals: (D) Cardew, (UV) Jackson 2, Simmons, Grey.

Delhi 57, Oxford 41
OXFORD – Delhi’s hustling, scrambling defense forced Oxford into numerous mistakes as the Bulldogs scrapped their way to a 16-point win on the Blackhawks’ floor Wednesday night.
Conor Gioffe led Delhi with 17 points, and Nate Craft scored 12. After Oxford made a run closing a 17-point halftime deficit to eight, Delhi fed Craft inside to reestablish command.
“We made a pretty good run in the second half, we just couldn’t close the gap,” said Oxford coach Tim Davis.
Kevin Davis scored on a three-point play for Oxford in the first 30 seconds of the game.  From that point forward, Delhi blanked the Blackhawks forcing nine turnovers and 1 of 8 Oxford shooting taking a 13-3 lead.
“They were athletic and quick, and their defense was all over the place,” Davis said of Delhi.
Kevin Davis scored 14 for Oxford, and Nick Neer had a season-high 12 points on 6-for-7 shooting.
The Blackhawks play at Walton Friday.
Delhi:  Justin Simonds, 1 0-0-2; Ben Branigan, 3 1-2-7; Conor Aikens, 0; Quinn McKeegan, 1 0-0-2; Max Hulbert, 3 1-1-8; Conor Gioffe, 7 3-9-17; Nate Craft, 6 0-0-12; Cody Brewster, 3 1-2-9; R. Craft, 0. Totals:  26 6-9-57.
Oxford:  Damon Maricle, 1 0-0-2; J. Davis, 0; Josh Nelson, 1 0-2-2; Rece Camadine, 1 0-1-2; A. Crawford, 0; Trent Lyons, 4 1-2-9; S. Ehly, 0; A. Gonzalez, 0; D. Woodford, 0; Nick Neer, 6 0-0-12; Kevin Davis, 5 4-9-14; H. Oliver, 0. Totals: 18 5-13-41.
Del.       12  21  11  13-57
Oxf.         3  13  16   9-41
Three-point goals: (D) Brewster 2, Hulbert.

Jan. 5

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Norwich  69, Chenango Forks 44
CHENANGO FORKS – Time away from the court served Norwich well, and apparently, sickness was just what the doctor ordered for Tornado junior Makenzie Maynard.
“We really needed the rest, it was an emotional couple of games last week,” said Norwich coach Josh Bennett.
Maynard missed part of school yesterday due to illness, and told Bennett earlier Tuesday that she wasn’t feeling much better.
Yet, Maynard was red-hot out of the gates scoring 13 of her team-high 18 points in the first quarter staking NHS to a 17-11 lead. “She couldn’t miss anything in the first quarter,” Bennett said of Maynard. “But Kenz was the recipient of some great ball movement. We moved the ball today better than we have all season.”
Bennett was complimentary of Forks’ team, in particular sharpshooter Alex Yoest.  Yoest nailed six three-pointers and scored a game-high 23 points to keep her team in the hunt.
“Chenango Forks has three wins this year, but I don’t think that is an indication of how good they are as a team,” Bennett said. “They scored 44 against us, and we defended well.”
What Norwich had was a few more bullets in its holster.
Norwich placed five players in double figures scoring to offset Yoest’s performance. Meg Komendarek and Taylor Hansen scored 11 apiece, while seniors Shelby Benjamin and Bridget Murphy scored 10.
“We are a much better team when we spread out our scoring,” Bennett said. “When you have four or five kids in double figures, you know your offense is working well. We won’t have a kid that scores 30 points because of the nature of our offense. We don’t run sets to get certain people the ball, we get the ball to people who are open.”
Next up for Norwich is Seton Catholic Central this Friday. Norwich knocked the Saints out of the Section IV playoffs last season.
“After what happened last year, I’m sure they want to come to our court and get that one back,” Bennett said. “We’re ready for them, and we’ve really circled this game on our schedule.”
NHS: Cierra Sherman, 1 0-0-2; Taylor Hansen, 5 1-3-11; Gabby Mirabito, 0 1-2-1; Kate Dowdall, 0; Kara Evans, 2 0-0-4; Kassidy Seary, 2 0-0-4; Makenzie Maynard, 7 1-3-18; Meg Komendarek, 4 3-4-11;Bridget Murphy, 4 1-2-10; Shelby Benjamin, 4 1-2-10; Sam Gage, 1 6-8-8. Totals:  26 13-22-69.
C. Forks:  J. Rhodes, 1 0-0-2; Taylor Gibbore, 0; Alex Yoest, 8 1-2-23; H. Benscoter, 0; K. Zimmerman, 3 0-2-7; Lyndsey Stone, 1 3-4-5; M. Latsha, 0; Katie Flynn, 0 1-2-1; Hanna Layton, 2 2-2-6; A. Cheeseman, 0. Totals:  15 7-12-44.
NHS:   17   16  20  16–69
CFks       11  6  11  16–44
Three-point goals: (CF) Alex Yoest 6, Zimmerman, (N) Maynard 3, Murphy.

Greene 61, Harpursville 16
GREENE – Tuesday’s victory over Harpursville brought back memories of the best Greene girls’ basketball team over the past eight years.
McKenna Sergi scored 13 points for the Trojans, winners of six straight, and was one of four players on her team to reach double figures scoring.
“I can’t remember the last time we had four players in double figures,” said Greene coach Dave Gorton. “I think you have to go back to the team that won the section in 2008-2009.”
Greene shot 45 percent from the field from two-point range, and connected on four three-pointers. Nicole Flohr and Emma Smith netted 11 points apiece, while Katie Carey bucketed 10.
“We distributed the ball very nicely tonight, and our defense got us some easy opportunities early in the game,” Gorton said. “And we hit a lot of jump shots. It’s not like we were shooting layups the whole time. We shot it very well tonight.”
Greene (7-2) plays at Afton Friday.
Harp:  Smith, 0 Howell, 2 2-3-6; Storrs, 2 2-2-7; Hunt, 1 0-0-3; Shultz, 0; Peyton Wolozyn, 0 0-2-0; S. Carr, 0. Totals:  5 4-7-16
Greene: McKenna Sergi, 5 2-6-13; S. Brown, 2 1-2-5; A. Sands, 2 0-0-4; E. Montelione, 2 0-0-5; M. Klecha, 0; N. Flohr, 5 0-1-11; M. Borchardt, 1 0-0-2; A. Platta, 0; K. Carey, 4 1-2-10; Emma Smith, 5 1-2-11; M. Brown, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  26 5-13-61.
Harp      3   3   6   4–16
Gr.  17  11    15  18-61
Three-point goals:  (H) Storrs, Hunt, (G) Sergi, Montelione, Flohr, Carey.

Unadilla Valley 38, Deposit 20
DEPOSIT – Unadilla Valley overcame a poor shooting night from the field with stout defense in Tuesday’s 18-point road victory over Deposit.
Sierra Badger scored a game-high 16 points for the Storm, six of those in the fourth quarter. Gina Del Sontro had a season-high 10 points to go with 10 rebounds, and sophomore Julia Oglesby finished with 17 rebounds and seven steals.
The Storm host Sidney on Friday.
UV:  Carpenter, 0; S. Badger, 7 2-2-16; Julia Oglesby, 3 0-3-6; Lakin, 0; Gina Del Sontro, 4 2-4-10; S. Meade, 1 2-2-4; A. Oglesby, 0; K. Fairchild, 1 0-2-2; Anderson, 0; Williams, 0; Brown, 0; Nogaret, 0; Bard, 0. Totals: 16 6-13-38.
Deposit:  Cook 3 0-0-6; Ballard, 0; Kyra Martin, 1 1-2-3; Strauss, 0; Rynerson, 0; Vandermark, 2 0-0-4; Whitehead, 1 5-6-7; Seymour, 0. Totals: 7 6-8-20.
UV  13  5  6  14—38
Dep.  4   6  2  8–20

Bainbridge-Guilford 56, Unatego 27
OTEGO –Bainbridge-Guilford extended its winning streak to five games defeating Unatego for the second time in a week’s time Tuesday night on the road.
Abi Selfridge connected for eight of her game-high 18 points in the first quarter, and Jillian Cannistra added a three-pointer and five points to help create a 19-10 lead.
The Bobcats pulled away in the third limiting the Spartans to just one bucket opening a 43-18 bulge. “We came out and played just straight man-to-man defense in the third quarter,” said B-G coach Bob Conway. “This group is working hard on the defensive end, and they’re a lot of fun to coach.”
Conway said he received contributions from all over. Kori Thorton added 12 points and Megan Palmatier netted 11. Becca Reyes added four assists and four rebounds from her guard spot.
“Any one of our five starters can have a big night for us,” Conway said. “I don’t remember when I could put five on the court, and they all could score.”
B-G (7-3) hosts Hancock Thursday.
Bainbridge-Guilford:  Jenna Nordberg, 0 3-4-3; A. Miller, 1 1-2-3; Abi Selfridge, 8 2-4-18; M O’Hara, 1 0-0-2; J. Cannistra, 2 0-0-5; Becca Reyes, 1 0-0-2; K. Thornton, 3 5-6-12; M. Palmatier, 4 3-4-11. Totals:  20 14-20-56.
Unat. C. Frazier, 0;  J. Cerar, 1 0-0-2; B. Faulkner, 0; M. Faulkner, 5 1-4-11; Pikaard, 0 2-2-2; Slawson, 10-0-2; H. Haehnel, 2 0-0-4; Walker, 0; Sullivan, 2 2-2-6. Totals:  11 5-8-27.
B-G        19   10  14  13–56
Unat.    10    6    2   9–27
Three-point goals:  (BG) Thornton, Cannistra.

Delhi 59, Oxford 21
DELHI – Delhi’s deep rotation came at Oxford in waves, and took command of Tuesday -night’s game at Oxford in the second quarter.
Kaitlin Finch hit a three early in the second period to push the Bulldogs’ lead to 13-4. Delhi built off that momentum to take a 28-12 lead into halftime.
“I felt we played a really good 12 minutes in the first half, maybe the best 12 minutes we’ve played all season,” said Oxford coach Chris Palmer. “But Delhi is a really talented team from top to bottom. We made some errors early in the second period, and they were able to capitalize.”
Layla Kriz scored six points to lead Oxford.
Delhi: McAteer, 0 0-2-0; Logan Bruce, 3 0-0-6; Olivia Wakin, 0 4-6-4; K. Finch, 1 0-0-3;A. Post, 2 1-4-5; K. Heavey, 1 0-0-3; Adelena Sackett, 3 2-4-8; B. Gioffe, 2 0-2-4; Fischetti, 0; H. Morley, 1 0-4-2; K. Spangenberg, 4 2-2-10; A. Hannigan, 2 0-0-4; M. Wakin, 2 0-0-4. Totals: 24 9-23-59.
Oxf:  Sarah Hodge, 1 0-0-2; K. Roys, 0; Layla Kriz, 3 0-0-6; Jackie Murrer, 0; L. Karn, 0; Hannah Ryan, 2 0-2-4; Rachel Seiler, 1 2-2-5; Gabby Martinez, 0; Rachel Tefft, 0. Totals: 9 2-4-21.
Del         8   20  13  18-59
Oxf.       4   8   7   2-21
Three-point goals: (O) Seiler, (D) K Finch, Heavey.

Jan. 4

Girls’ Basketball

Sherburne-Earlville 68, Waterville 50

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville was quick out of the gates, and never trailed after the first quarter in beating Waterville for the second time this season Monday evening.
Lilly Berg posted a season-high 30 points, and grabbed 20 rebounds in her best overall game of the season. Berg had eight in the first quarter and teammate Miranda Wright netted six lifting S-E to an 18-5 lead after eight minutes.
“Normally they play a three-two zone, but tonight they came out in man-to-man,” said S-E coach Karen Mulligan of Waterville’s defensive approach. “I thought we really broke them down, and Savannah (Irwin ) was able to set up Lilly and Miranda for some easy baskets.”
Berg had 16 points in the first half and 14 in the second half. Lexi Elderkin scored 11 points including a pair of threes in the third quarter that helped maintain the double-digit lead.
Irwin finished with nine points and eight assists. Irwin sat out briefly after picking up her second foul in the second quarter, but she didn’t remain on the bench for long.
“You could see us struggle even in that short time Savannah was out,” Mulligan said.  “She runs our offense, and she knows how to get the ball inside to Lilly and Miranda in the right spots.”
Waterville:  Shannon Strohmeyer, 2 0-0-4; Nora Gray, 1 0-0-3; Marriott, 0; Aliah Decker, 2 0-0-5; Brooke Hopsicker, 0; Molly Williams, 2 1-4-5; Alexis Decker, 6 8-11-20; K. Cleary, 0; S. Wittenbeck, 5 0-0-11; E. Phillips, 0; J. Pugliese, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  19  9-15-50.
S-E:  Morgan Simpson, 0; Miranda Wright, 6 0-0-12; Lexi Elderkin, 4 0-0-11; Caitlyn Furner, 0 1-2-1; Savannah Irwin, 4 0-0-9; Emily Stanton, 2 1-2-5; Shay Franklin, 0; Lilly Berg, 13 4-5-30. Totals:  29 6-9-68.
Wat.  5  21  12  12–50
S-E   18  20  12  18–68
Three-point goals:  (SE) Elderkin 3, Irwin. (W) Decker, Gray, Wittenbeck.

Volleyball

Sherburne-Earlville 3, Westmoreland 0
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville started off the new year with the type of performance that could turn the season around.
S-E picked up its second victory over the season Monday night sweeping three sets from Westmoreland, 25-17, 31-29, 25-21.
“Tonight was one of those matches that truly showed what kind of team we can be,” said S-E coach Ed Holmquist. “We felt more adversity in the second set, but we rallied around each other and played great.”
Alexa Bates had a big night for the Marauders (2-8) with 14 kills,  13 assists, and eight digs. Kaylee Scott had eight kills, and Brianna Adsit finished with seven assists and six kills.
Game scores:  25-17, 31-29, 25-21
Leaders
S-E:  Alexa Bates, 2 aces, 14 kills, 13 assists, 8 digs, 3 blocks.; Kaylee Scott, 2 aces, 8 kills, 6 assists. Brianna Adsit, 6 kills, 7 assists.
Westmoreland: Cheyenne Morris, 3 aces, 3 kills, 3 assists; Jenna Pastorella, 4 aces, 6 digs; Brooke Taverne, 5 kills, 4 digs.

Jan. 3

Reilly sets record

INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD
CORTLAND – At SUNY Cortland earlier this week, Norwich senior Thomas Reilly set a new school record in the shot put, while also claiming the team’s lone first-place finish.
Reilly nearly became the first Norwich thrower to eclipse 50 feet in the shot put in decades winning with a throw of 49 feet, 9 1/2 inches.
Elsewhere, Norwich senior Katelyn Shaver had a big day in the shot put throwing a season-best 37 feet, 1 1/2 inches to place second.
Ben Ericksen added a fifth-place finish in the 3,200 meters timing 10:25.45.
Norwich’s other record-breaking thrower, David Bernstein, was not at Cortland, and instead competing at the Marine Corps Classic in New York City.
The elite competition brought in some of the best high school athletes in the Northeast. Bernstein competed in the weight throw and the shot put. Bernstein was second in the weight throw registering 58-feet even to better his Section IV record, and he added a fifth-place finish in the shot put (46 feet, 2 inches).sets record

 

 

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