Jan. 19-21 Roundup

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Jan. 19

WRESTLING

Norwich 64, Oneonta 18
ONEONTA – While the final result was never in question, it was still nice in Norwich head coach Bob Hagenbuch’s opinion to start Tuesday’s dual meet with Oneonta in authoritative and dominant fashion.
Dusten Marvin (152) and Nick Murphy (160), and Brennan Slater (170) gave the Purple Tornado three pins at the outset, and Jake Franklin (182) added a 10-1 major decision victory over the ‘Jackets’ Thomas Fischer.
“Jake avenged two losses to that kid from last season,” Hagenbuch said. “Jake controlled the whole match, and he’s probably been our most improved wrestler this season.”
Mikey Squires (106), Dalen Geislinger (112), and Cole Rifanburg (145) also won by pin for NHS. The rest of the Tornado’s victories came by forfeit.
Norwich has a first-round by in the Section IV Dual Meet Tournament and will compete in Results
152:  Dusten Marvin (N) pinned Richie Amaro, 3:36. 160:  Nick Murphy (N) pined Jerry Wells, 2:53. 170:  Brennan Slater (N) pinned Jacob Croster. 182:  Jake Franklin dec. Thomas Fischer, 10-1. 195:  B. Serafin (O) pinned Dakota Hall, :49. 220:  No Match.  285: Williams (O) won by fft.  99:  Nate Perry (N) won by fft. 106: Mikey Squires (N) pinned C. Fossett, 1:38. 113: Nick Glanville (N) won by fft. 120: K. Stansbury (O) pined Cris Caballero, :48. 126:  Dalen Geislinger (N) pinned Trystan Jennings, :50. 132:  Zach Mills (N) won by fft. 138:  Keegan Wright (N) won by fft 145: Cole Rifanburg (N) pinned C Giovignoli, 2:53.

BOWLING

Sherburne-Earlville 5, New York Mills 0
NEW YORK MILLS – Sherburne-Earlville had one of its best days of the season, and it came at a visiting bowling center.
The Marauders finished with 3,069 pins, their best road total of the season to improve to 11-0 on the season.
“The boys had an awesome night,” said S-E coach Don Philhower. “I have to keep reminding myself these are kids in high school.”
Jordan Mullen, serving as the S-E leadoff bowler, led the way with a 655 series. Zack Miles (633), Nick Oley (631), and Tyler Coughlin (625) added solid triples as well, just behind Mullen.
Honor scores
NYM (2,730):  Rob Kinville, 214, 277, 682.
S-E (3,069):  Jordan Mullen, 225, 226, 655; Nick Oley, 212, 227, 631; Tyler Coughlin, 216, 226, 625; Zack Miles, 241, 226, 633.
JV:  S-E won 6-0

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Delhi 55, Oxford 35
DELHI – Delhi’s swarming defensive approach confounded the Blackhawks’ offense in Tuesday’s night MAC matchup.
Delhi limited Oxford to just 18 points through the first three quarters putting the game well out of reach.
“Their defense is physical and aggressive, and it led to a pile of turnovers for us and a poor shooting performance,” said Oxford coach Tim Davis.
Delhi had five players score in the 8- to 12-point range in a fine display of scoring balance.
Angelo Gonzalez led Oxford with nine points.
Delhi:  Simonds, 0 0-2-0; Ben Branigan, 2 5-5-9; C. Aikens, 1 0-0-2; Q. McKergan, 1 0-0-2; Max Hulbert, 1 0-1-3; Connor Gioffe, 4 2-2-10; N. Craft, 6 0-1-12; Cody Brewster, 3 2-2-9; Rich Craft, 4 0-0-8. Totals:  22 9-13-53.
Oxford:  Maricle, 0; J. Davis, 2 0-0-4; J. Nelson, 2 2-2-6; R. Camadine, 0 0-2-0; T. Lyons, 0 0-2-0; S. Ehly, 0 1-2-1; Ang Gonzalez, 4 0-0-9; Nick Neer, 2 0-0-5; K. Davis, 3 0-0-6; H. Oliver, 2 0-0-4. Totals: 15 3-8-35.
Oxf     10    6    2  17–35
Del      11  14  16  14–55
Three-point goals: (D) none. (O) Neer, Gonzalez.

South Kortright 65, Bainbridge-Guilford 32
BAINBRIDGE – South Kortright’s Rams dipped into deep well of depth to overwhelm Bainbridge-Guilford in Tuesday’s non-league matchup.
South Kortright used its entire bench, and constructed a 57-20 lead through three quarters.
“South Kortright is a very deep team, and they played hard the entire game,” said B-G coach Greg Warren. “We failed to match that intensity on our end.”
Sean Jones led B-G with 10 points.
SK: Reishkagan, 1 0-0-2; Swartak, 1 0-0-2; Porter, 4 1-1-10; Lamport, 9 1-4-21; Meteko, 2 1-2-5; Newman, 4 0-0-8; Post, 1 1-1-3; Cunkle, 5 0-0-10 Smith, 1 0-0-2; Forment, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  29 4-8-65
BG:  K. Rideout, 1 0-0-2; T. Halaquist, 2 0-0-6; Nick Decker, 0; Zach Ouimet, 2 1-2-5; Sam Jones, 4 1-4-10; A. Rowe, 1 0-0-3; T. Johnson, 0; A. DeGroat, 2 2-2-6. Totals:  12 4-8-32.
SK       24  12  21  8–65
B-G     4  8   8  11-32
Three-point goals:  (BG) Rowe, Jones, Halaquist 2. (SK) Porter, Lamport 2.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Greene 45, Bainbridge-Guilford 43
GREENE – Coming off a stunning loss last weekend, Greene’s season reached the proverbial fork in the road Tuesday night against red-hot Bainbridge-Guilford.
The Trojans chose the right path.
Down 12 to the Bobcats to start the last period, Alyssa Sands ignited the rally with a three-pointer early in the fourth, and Audrey Platta broke a 43-43 tie hitting two free throws to seal the victory.
“I told the girls how gutsy and how impressed I was tonight,” said Greene coach Dave Gorton.  “Down 12 to a really good team, (the season) can get away from you.”
Sands, who at times has been reluctant to shoot from the outside, scored nine of her points in the last quarter, and eighth-grader Emma Smith scored five to buoy the rally.
B-G (10-4) did not go without a last-ditch effort. Kori Thornton banged home a deep three with 12 seconds left tying the game up. “She was a good two feet behind the three-point line,” Gorton said, “and we were playing defense on her.”
Gorton said the key to the victory was slowing down B-G’s two leading scorers, Megan Palmatier and Abi Selfridge. Palmatier, Selfridge, and Becca Reyes have led the Bobcats in scoring this season, but managed just eight combined points.
“If we were going to beat (Bainbridge-Guilford), we had to slow down two of those three,” Gorton said.
Reyes, meanwhile, was solid throughout the game hitting four threes and finishing with a team-high 15 points. Thornton scored 14.
Sands scored 15 to lead the Trojans, while Katie Carey and Smith netted 11 apiece.
“Some of the kids on the team have been with me a couple of years,” Gorton said. “In the past when we were down 12, it would have slipped to 20 or 25 points. Tonight we stepped up the intensity and stepped up the execution. We had several kids make great plays and great shots.”
Greene plays at Unatego Thursday.
B-G:  Miller, 0; A. Selfridge, 1 2-8-4; J. Cannistra, 2 0-0-6; R. Reyes, 5 1-2-15; K. Thornton, 5 3-4-14; M. Palmatier, 1 2-2-4. Totals: 14 8-16-43.
Greene: M. Sergi, 1 0-0-2; S. Brown, 0; Alyssa Sands, 7 0-0-15; E. Montelione, 0; M. Klecha, 0; N. Flohr, 1 0-0-2; M. Borchardt, 1 0–2; A. Platta, 0 2-4-2; K. Carey, 4 1-2-11; Emma Smith, 6 1-2-11. Totals:  19 4-8-45.
B-G     14   8  15  6–43
Gr.       11  10   4 20–45
Three-point goals: (G) Sands, Carey 2. (BG) Reyes 4, Cannistra 2, Thornton.

Norwich 76, Windsor 19
WINDSOR – Picking up where it left off last Friday, Norwich continued to power its way back through the Southern Tier Athletic Conference shellacking host Windsor Tuesday night.
For the second straight night, every Norwich player found the scoring column, and four players finished in double figures scoring.
“We did a good job of turning them over a bunch of times with our pressure,” said Norwich coach Josh Bennett. “We were getting  a lot of 2-on-1, and 3-on-2 conversions.”
Norwich raced to a 40-10 halftime lead, and continued to pad the advantage despite having reserves on the floor much of the second half.
Makenzie Maynard led NHS (11-4) with 16 points, Bridget Murphy added 12, while Kate Downall and Meghan Komendarek scored 10 apiece..
Norwich: C. Sherman, 2 0-2-4; T. Hansen, 2 0-0-6; G. Mirabito, 1 0-0-3; Kate Dowdall, 4 1-2-10; K. Evans, 2 0-0-4; M. Maynard, 6 3-4-16; M. Komendarek, 5 0-0-10; B. Murphy, 5 1-2-12; S. Benjamin, 2 2-4-6; S. Gage, 2 1-2-5. Totals: 31 8-16-76
Windsor:  H. Balichick, 0 0-2-0; M. Donahue, 0; A. Mohamed, 0 3-6-3; L. Balachick, 1 0-0-2; A. White, 2 2-4-6; B. Sheriff, 0 4-4-4; E. Pangburn, 1 0-0-2. B. Kay, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  5 9-16-19
Nor. 19 21 19 17-76
Win    4   6   4   5-19
Three-point goals:  (N) Hansen 2, Mirabito, Dowdall, Maynard, Murphy. (W) none. JV: Norwich won.

Jan. 19

BOWLING

NORWICH – At Family Recreation Center Wednesday afternoon, Norwich captured all five team points with ease in a whitewashing of visiting Chenango Forks.
Dylan Gladstone and Zach Clipston set the pace for the Tornado keglers. Gladstone had a high game of 254 en route to a match-high 666 series.
Clipston also topped the 600 mark with a pair of 200-plus games that led to a 621 triple.
On the girls’ side, the Blue Devils returned the favor notching a 5-0 shutout.
Jordan Sanford led NHS posting a three-game total of 408.
Boys
Norwich (2,873):  Corey Huggins, 210; Zach Clipston, 214, 225, 621; Dylan Gladstone, 254, 223; 666.
CF (2,203):  no honor scores
JV: Norwich won 5-0.
Girls
Chenango Forks 5, Chenango Forks 0
Norwich (1,806):  Jordan Sanford, 408.
CF (2,012):  Jelly Wallace, 462; Liz Hendrickson, 177, 478.
JV: CF won 5-0.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Norwich 82, Windsor 43
WINDSOR – It was only a matter of time before Norwich’s offense caught fire.
Clinging to a 21-19 lead over Windsor, the Purple Tornado (11-1) finished the first half on an 18-1 salvo in Wednesday night’s blowout road victory.
Carlos Ithier, the Tornado’s leading scorer this season, was right on his season averaging finishing with 17 points. Tre Bonham was the only other NHS player in double figures hitting a trio of threes finishing with 10 points.
The entirety of the Tornado lineup found the scoring lineup with a bevy of players scoring in the 4- to 8-point range.
“Early on in the game we were settling for too many jump shots,” said Norwich coach Brian Collier. “We started moving the ball around, driving and kicking, and everyone got involved.”
Six different players contributed to the second-quarter Norwich surge. Ithier scored seven in the stanza including a big three, Jake Walsh had four, and four others netted a single bucket apiece.
Although it’s a non-league game, the stakes remain high for Norwich as it travels to defending state champion Westhill on Friday.
Westhill ended Norwich’s season in 2013 and 2014 in the state playoffs. “Obviously it will be a great test to go up there and play,” Collier. “It’ll be a challenge to see what each section (Section III and and Section IV) has.”
Norwich:  Jake Walsh, 2 3-4-8; K. Veale, 3 0-0-6; T. Bonham, 3 1-1-10; C. Edwards, 3 0-1-6; C. Ithier, 6 3-4-17; D. King, 3 0-0-8; M. Parrella, 2 1-1-5; Alex Wehrli, 2 0-0-4; J. Vinal, 3 0-0-7; J. Luke, 1 1-2-3; C. Jeffrey, 4 0-0-8. Totals:  32 9-13-82.
Windsor:  Mike Agati, 0; Jake Woodrow, 1 0-1-2; C. Greenfield, 1 0-0-2; J. Bennett, 0; J. White, 0; Michael Beebe, 9 4-9-22; S. Centorani, 4 0-6-8; R. Sanbria, 2 1-2-5; L. Colpitts, 2 0-0-4; Hagerman, 0; Ford, 0. Totals:  19 5-18-43.
NHS    18  21  19  24–82
Win.   10  10    6  17–43
Three-point goals:  (N) Walsh, Bonham 3, Ithier 2, King 2, Vinal 1. (W) none.

Greene 61, Walton 42
GREENE – Greene had things so well in hand, it didn’t even need to score in the fourth period.
Led by the scoring of Jordan Harrington and Luke Day, and the rebounding of Joey Miranda and Dalton Brower, the Trojans extended their unbeaten mark in the Midstate Athletic Conference to 8-0 Wednesday night.
“We’re still fine-tuning the offense and trying to work the ball inside more, but we played solid defense tonight,” said Greene coach Chris Rice.
The Trojans crashed the offensive boards picking up 27 of those caroms, and the defense forced 22 Walton turnovers.
Harrington cashed in four three balls and scored 15 points by halftime, while Day had 12 of his markers lifting Greene to a 37-22 lead.
Greene nailed three more trifectas in the third to put the game out of reach. Harrington led with 21 points and Day scored 16.
Brower and Miranda pulled down a dozen boards apiece.
With the victory Greene moved a step closer to earning the top seed in the MAC playoffs next month. The Trojans have not captured a league boys’ basketball title since the MAC was formed 14 years ago.
“We’ve been down, but we find a way to win,” Rice said. “This a great group of boys that are enjoying the game. They’re showing a lot of confidence, and we have a lot of community support.”
Walton:  Hitt, 2 0-0-5; Merwin, 1 1-2-3; Hanley, 0; Somers, 2 0-0-4; Vandermark, 1 0-0-2; Weber, 0 3-4-3; Beardslee, 1 0-0-2; Sorochinsky, 2 1-2-6; Tweedie, 4 0-3-9; Beers, 4 0-0-8. Totals:  17 5-11-42.
Greene:  Dalton Brower, 1 0-0-2; A. Brigham, 0; Jordan Harrington, 8 1-2-21; C. Austin, 0; Luke Day, 7 2-3-16; B. Inney, 1 0-0-3; D. Borchardt, 0; Josh Harrington, 1 0-0-3; P Nelson, 0; L. Erickson, 1 2-2-4; M. Walters, 1 0-2-2; Breven Gilmore, 1 1-2-3; C. Klecha, 0; Joe Miranda, 3 1-3-7. Totals:  24 7-12-61.
Walt    10  12  8  12–42
Gree.  20  17  24  0–61
Three-point goals:  (W) Hitt, Sorochinsky, Tweedie, (G) Jor Harrington 4, Kinney, Josh Harrington.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Norwich 55, Owego 40
OWEGO – With a number one seed no longer on the table, Norwich is gunning for the second seed in the upcoming Section IV tournament, and Wednesday’s victory at Owego was one more step toward that goal.
“It was a huge win for us,” said Norwich coach Josh Bennett. “Our season is getting through our last six games unscathed and fighting for that higher seed.”
Throughout Bennett’s seven-year head coaching career, Owego has proven a tough out be it at home or one the road. History was repeating itself early on as Owego held the high-scoring Norwich offense in check taking a 9-4 lead at the first turn.
“I have to give the Owego coach a ton of credit. He always games plans as good as anyone we play against,” Bennett said.
For the first time all season, Bennett said an opponent was switching off screens. Typically that lends itself to mismatches, but Norwich was so unfamiliar with that defensive tactic, it took a full quarter to adjust, Bennett said.
And adjust Norwich did.
After a sluggish offensive opening, the Tornado put up big numbers over the last three quarters
Meghan Komendarek and Makenzie Maynard had 13 points apiece in the victory, Shelby Benjamin netted 11, and Bridget Murphy scored nine.
By the fourth quarter, Owego had no options left on defense, and Norwich was scoring almost at will.
“We played extraordinarily well in the fourth quarter, and we executed the heck out of it on the offensive end,” Bennett said. “We spread the ball around really well, and they didn’t have another defense to switch to.”
Norwich:  Taylor Hansen, 2 1-3-5; G. Mirabito, 0; K. Dowdall, 0; K. Evans, 0; K. Seary, 1 2-2-4; M. Maynard, 4 4-8-13; M. Komendarek, 6 1-2-13; B. Murphy, 4 0-0-9; S. Benjamin, 5 0-0-11. Totals:  22 8-15-55.
Owego: A. Felice, 2 0-0-4; Kaci Donovan 3 3-5-9; Katie Hartman, ; B. Ballard,0 ; A. Kopalek 3 0-1-7; D. Bouyea 0; Erin Thackler. 1 0-0-2; K. Lavender 3 2-5-8; E. Merrill, 4 2-2-10. Totals: 16 7-12-40.
Norw.            4  18  16  17–55
Owego          9   12  11  8–40
Three-point goals: (N) Maynard, Murphy, Benjamin.  (O) Kopalek.

Otselic Valley 44, Oxford 31
OXFORD – Despite producing its best offensive second half of the season, Oxford was unable to keep pace with Otselic Valley and sophomore guard Amber Meigs in Wednesday’s intersectional clash.
The Blackhawks had five players score in a 12-6 third quarter to draw within three points of the Vikings Meigs hit five free throws in the first two minutes of the fourth to offset a bucket by Oxford.
“The third quarter was probably our best this season,” said Oxford coach Chris Palmer. “We spread it around and shared the ball very well.”
Meigs, however, was the difference maker. She ended up with 17 of her team’s 20 points in the final quarter finishing with a game-high 27. Meigs was also 15 of 19 from the free throw line.
Jillian Kenyon added 11 points for OV.
“Most of (Meigs’) points came from drives to the basket,” Palmer said. “She did a nice job getting into the lane and drawing contact.”
Hannah Ryan scored eight points for Oxford, which plays at Bainbridge-Guilford Friday.
OV:  Rose Sines, 0; Morgan Dunster, 0; Amber Meigs, 6 15-19-27; Sara Kenyon, 2 0-0-4; Jillian Kenyon, 4 2-6-11; F. Cortez, 0; L. Kenyone, 0; Amber Thornton, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  13 17-25-44.
Oxford:  Sarah Hodge, 2 1-2-5; K. Royes, 0; L. Kriz, 0; Leah Karn, 1 0-0-2; K. Diamond, 3 0-0-6; Hannah Ryan, 4 0-0-8; Raigen Ehly, 2 1-2-5; Rachel Seiler, 1 2-2-5; G. Martinez, 0; R. Tefft, 0 0-2-0. Totals: 13 4-8-31.
OV      10   8   6  20–44
Oxf.    5   4   12  10–31
Three-point goals: (OV) Kenyon, (O) Seiler

Jan. 21

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Sherburne-Earlville 71, Clinton 55
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville had too many weapons – on the inside and the outside — for Clinton as the Marauders took control of Thursday’s game in the second half.
The Marauders also ratcheted up the level of their defense after falling behind by five in the first quarter.
“We just started top lay lock-down defense after the first quarter,” said S-E coach Kevin Vibbard. “They made some shots early, but those shots got a lot tougher in the second and third quarters.”
Matt Hull scored 18 points on a combination of inside moves and drives to the basket; Ian Fleming had 14 points including a pair of big threes in the third quarter, and the inside duo of Gavin Giroux and Sam Tuttle were nearly impossible to stop over the final three quarters.
Tuttle had 15 points and 15 rebounds, while Giroux scored 14 to go with nine boards. “They were playing a packed-in zone, and Ian’s threes helped stretch that out so we could get the ball inside. When we get the ball inside to Sam and Gavin, they can really finish.”
The Marauders play at Central Valley Academy Saturday.
Clinton: Hobika, 8 7-10-28; Wilcox, 0; D’Olea, 2 0-0-6; Lee, 1 0-0-2; Gattling, 2 –0-4;  Burke, 2 0-0-6; Kogut, 0; Gale, 3 0-0-8; Scoones, 1 0-0-2; Glindinger, 0. Totals: 18 7-10-55.
S-E: Tyler Rodriguez, 0; Tyler Bigford, 0; K. Fredricks, 1 0-0-2: Matt Hull. 8 4-4-21; Dylan Seymour, 2 0-0-5; Ian Fleming, 6 0-2-14; I. Fredricks, 0; G. Giroux, 6 2-3-14; Sam Tuttle, 6 3-7-15. Totals:  29 9-16-71.
Cl.       16  13  7  19-55
S-E      11  21  23  16–71
Three-point goals: (Cl) Matt Hobika 5, D’Oleo, 2, Burkle 2. (SE) Fleming 2, Hull, Seymour.

Oxford 37, Bainbridge-Guilford 33
BAINBRIDGE -Defense confounded nearly every player on the floor, except Oxford senior Kevin Davis.
Davis wrapped up Thursday’s four-point win at Bainbridge-Guilford hitting two free throws with under 10 seconds to play in the fourth.
Prior to that, B-G’s Sean Jones scoring on a driving layup drawing the Bobcats to within 35-33.
“It was two good defensive efforts,” said B-G coach Greg Warren. “Oxford started off in zone, but when they switched to man, we struggled with that a little bit.”
B-G led 15-5 after one quarter, and brought a seven-point lead into the second half.
Davis scored a game-high 23 points, and teammate Angelo Gonzalez added two key buckets in the fourth to help put the Blackhawks over the top.
Trevor Halaquist led B-G (4-5 in league play) with 13 points, and Pete Ouimet pulled down 15 rebounds.
Oxford:  Damion Maricle, 0; Jason Davis, 0; Josh Nelson, 0; Rece Camadine, 0; Trent Lyons, 2 0-0-4; Steve Ehly, 0; Angelo Gonzalez, 2 0-2-4; Nick Neer, 2 0-2-4; Kevin Davis, 8 4-8-23; Harry Oliver, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  16 4-12-37.
B-G:  Kyle Rideout, 0; Trevor Halaquist, 3 4-4-13; Nick Decker, 0; Zach Ouimet, 3 0-1-6; Sean Jones, 3 2-2-9; Tyler Johnson, 0; Alex DeGroat, 2 1-2-5. Totals:  11 7-9-33.
Oxf     5    7   13  12–37
B-G    15    4    4   10–33
Three-point goals: (O) K. Davis 3, (BG) Halaquist 3, Jones.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Unadilla Valley 47, Harpursville 34
NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley had Harpursville on hits heels early on as the Storm created a double-digit lead in the first quarter on its way to a 13-point win over the Hornets Thursday.
“We were able to score on fast breaks in the first quarter to jump out to a quick lead,” said UV coach Brandi Whitbeck.
Speedy UV sophomore Julia Oglesby benefited from the transition opportunities scoring 10 in the first quarter. Oglesby finished with a game-high 18 points and nine rebounds.
Sierra Badger added eight points in the victory.
Harpursville: Smith, 0; A. Howell, 4 1-2-10; Stokes. 4 4-6-12; Hunt, 1 0-0-3; Schultz, 3 0-1-8; Woloszyn, 0 1-2-1; Cower, 0. Totals: 12 6-11-34.
UV:  Carpenter, 0; Sierra Badger, 3 2-4-8; Julia Oglesby, 8 2-2-18; Hunter Lakin, 2 2-4-6; G. DelSontro, 0; Shelby Meade, 2 0-3-4; A. Oglesby, 0 2-4-2; K. Fairchild, 2 0-0-4; Anderson, 0 1-2-1; Winton, 0; Williams, 1 0-0-2; Brown, 0; Nogaret, 0; Bard, 1 0-0-2. Totals: 19 9-19-47.
Harp      8   12   6   8–34
UV      20   12    8   7–47
Three-point goals: (UV) none. (H) Howell, Schultz 2, Hunt.

Greene 45, Unatego 28
OTEGO — The Trojans revealed a short memory when it came to shooting the ball.
After hitting just 25 percent of its attempts in the first half, the Trojans blitzed the Spartans in the second half hitting 13 of 22 shots in Thursday’s come-from-behind win.

Coupled with the spot-one shooting was tremendous halfcourt defense as Unatego was held to just 12 second-half points.
“We were a little shaky in the first quarter giving up some dribble drives,” said Greene coach Dave Gorton. “Our defensive effort was outstanding the last three quarters, and we really clamped down.”
Greene erased a three-point halftime deficit with a strong third quarter, and McKenna Sergi had three steals in successive possessions early in the fourth quarter turning all three into layups.
Sergi had 12 points and five steals in the win, and eighth-grader Emma Smith added 10 points and four blocked shots.
The Trojans improved to 8-1 in league play and 12-4 overall.
Greene:  McKenna Sergi, 6 0-0-12; S. Brown, 0; Alyssa Sands, 2 2-2-6; E. Montelione, 1 0-0-2; M. Klecha, 0; N. Flohr, 2 1-2-5; M. Borchardt, 1 0-0-2; A. Platta, 1-0-0-2; Katie Carey, 2 1-4-5; E. Smith, 4 2-6-10; M. Brown, 0 1-2-1. Totals: 19 7-16-45.
Unat: Fraiser, 0; Carey, 0; B. Faulkner, 2 0-2-4; M. Faulkner, 3 0-0-5; Pickaard, 1 3-5-6; E. Slawson, 2 0-0-4; Angell, 0; H. Haehnel, 3 2-2-8. Sullivan, 0. Totals: 11 5-9-28.
Gre       6   7   16  16-45
Un       10  6    7   5–28
Three-point goals:  (G) none. (U) Pickaard.

WRESTLING

Oxford 57 Unatego 24
OXFORD – Barely half of the 15 weight classes had actual matches, but the ones that did were mostly favorable for the Blackhawks.
Zach Tepfenhart (138) and Darren Law (145) kicked off the Blackhawks’ dual meet with Unatego Wednesday night with pins setting the ton for a lopsided victory.
Garett Sylstra (182) and Dakota Friedel (195) also had back-to-back pins for Oxford, while returning Section IV champion, Garyn Huntley (285) edged Jacob Morrison in overtime, 6-4.
Results.
138: Zach Tepfenhart (Ox) over Tristan  Knutsen (U) (Fall 3:36) 145: Darren Law (O) over Colby Flamensfeld (U) (Fall 4:34) 152: Trenton Gloeckler (U) over Corey Marshman (O) (Dec 2-0) 160: Jake  DeJoy (U) won by fft. 170: Josh Hulbert (U) won by fft. 182: Garett Sylstra (OASH) over Zach Keil (USH) (Fall 1:57) 195: Dakota Freidel (O) over Dylan McAdams (U) (Fall 4:40) 220: Eli Youngs (U) over Aidian Ingraham (O) (Fall 3:09) 285: Garyn Huntley (O) over Jacob  Morrison (U) (SV-1 6-4) 99: Cooper  Rice (O) won by fft. 106: Cole Rice (O) won by fft. 113: Dane Stanton (U) over Jadon Fritschler (O) (Dec 8-6) 120: Brenden Gager (O) won by fft. 126: Adam Brady (O) won by fft 132: Jade SanSoucie (O) won by fft.

Bears sweep wins
BAINBRIDGE – In tuneups for the Section IV Dual Meet Tournament this weekend, B-G/A/H captured lopsided victories over Unadilla Valley (66-21) and Union-Endicott (52-25) the past two nights.
Thursday, the Bears received nine forfeits from the Storm, while Bradley Wilson (192) and Dylan Mondore (220) garnered wins by pinfall.
Wednesday, B-G/A/H had a little more work to do on the mat to clinch its victory over the Tigers.
Brody Oleksak (106) moved up in weight to start the dual meet, and gave the Bears a clutch 5-3 victory.
After trading matches, the momentum firmly swung in the Bears’ favor when Ben Bivar (145), Shane Hoover (152), Madison Hoover (160), Mason Brown (170), and Austin Carr (182) strung victories together amassing 27 team points I the process.
Results
99- Dylan Decker BGAH won by forfeit.106- Brody Oleksak BGAH won by forfeit. 113- Morgan Lakin UV dec. Austin Eggleston BGAH 8-4. 120- Cody Ferrara BGAH won by forfeit. 126- Caleb Simons (UV) pinned Kaleb DeShaw BGAH 1:06. 132- Damien Knapp BGAH won by forfeit. 138- Ben Bivar BGAH won by forfeit. 145- Hayden Lewis BGAH won by forfeit. 152- Shane Hoover BGAH won by forfeit. 160- Madison Hoover BGAH won by forfeit.
170- Austin Carr BGAH won by forfeit. 182- Bradley Wilson BGAH pinned Dwight Cook UV 1:45. 195- James Peterson UV won by forfeit. 220- Dylan Mondore BGAH pinned Kurtis Wilson UV 2:26. 285- Mike Smith UV won by forfeit.
B-G/A/H 52, U-E 25
106- Brody Oleksak BGAH dec. Owen Harvey UE 5-3. 113- Rick Chastine UE maj. dec. Austin Eggelston BGAH 11-0. 120- Chris Ciriglilano BGAH pinned Louie Butino UE 3:01. 126- Cody Ferrara BGAH maj. dec. Dominik Norkaitis UE 11-0. 132- Grant Gannon UE pinned Kaileb DeShaw BGAH 1:25. 138- Hayden Lewis BGAH pinned Daniel Barry UE 1:57. 145- Ben Bivar BGAH pinned Daniel Jackson UE 3:10. 152- Shane Hoover BGAH dec. John Boedicker UE 4-3. 160- Madison Hoover BGAH won by forfeit. 170- Mason Brown BGAH won by forfeit. 182- Austin Carr BGAH pinned Logan Shoemaker UE 1:23. 195- Danny Demorris UE pinned Vincent Caiti BGAH 2:31. 220- Dylan Mondore BGAH pinned Nick Lynch UE 1:10.  285- Jacob Broder UE won by forfeit. 99- Colby Bendick UE dec. Dylan Decker BGAH 4-2.

BOWLING

NORWICH – The deeper into the season Norwich gets, the better it performs.
The Purple Tornado won for the second time in as many days eclipsing the 3,000-pin barrier in a 4-1 victory over Susquehanna Valley Thursday at Family Recreation Center.
“The boys seem to be clicking on all cylinders right now,” said Norwich coach Art Rigas.
Dylan Gladstone, who was the Tornado’s top man yesterday, fashioned a 279 middle game en route to a match-high 705 series.
Nick Deady added a 656 triple, and Zach Clipston posted a second straight 600-plus series rolling a 615.
Norwich won nine of 10 points this week, and was two points behind division leader Windsor before this week’s results, Rigas said.
The Tornado girls, despite topping 2,000 pins, fell to the powerhouse Sabers, 5-0.
Megan Turner, a second-year bowler for NHS, led the Purple tossing a 466 series.
Honor Scores
Boys
NHS (3,040):  Corey Huggins, 203; Zack Clipston, 207, 217, 615; Nick Deady, 219, 247, 656; Dustin Rifanburg, 206; Dylan Gladstone, 203, 279, 223, 705.
SV (2,870):  Nick Miller, 234, 201, 618; Alan Spaducki, 202, 204; Marcus Miller, 204; Nate Smith, 217, 226, 202, 645.
JV: Norwich won 4-1.
Girls
NHS (2,010):  Megan Turner, 176, 466; Leah Anne Humphrey, 441.
SV (2,357):  R. Weyant, 465; L. Jica, 472; Alyssa Barrett, 193, 212, 551.
JV: Norwich won 5-0.

Oxford sweeps Afton
NORWICH – Against undermanned Afton Wednesday, Oxford’s bowling teams swept 4-0 victories from the Crimson Knights.
Emily Howard led the Oxford girls with a match-high 500 series, while Jourdan Pinney tossed a 472.
Ben Crandall’s 209 for the Oxford boys was the high individual game of the day.
Results
Boys
Oxford 4, Afton 0
Oxford (2,179): Gavin Wheatley, 190; Ben Crandall, 209.
Afton (1,573): No honor scores
Girls
Oxford 4, Afton 0
Oxford (2,237): Jourdan Pinney, 472; Emily Howard, 175, 500; Erin Howard, 189.
Afton (1,116):  no honor scores.

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