Jan. 23-28 Sports Roundup

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Norwich’s Dashawn King dunks in a victory over Chenango Forks last week

 

Jan. 28

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Sherburne-Earlville 58, Holland Patent 34
HOLLAND PATENT — Ian Fleming had the best shooting night of his career Thursday night at Holland Patent as Sherburne-Earlville moved one win from clinching a CSC division title.
Fleming hit three threes in the opening quarter as S-E raced to a 9-2 lead early on, and never looked back.
“Ian definitely had a great shooting night,” said S-E coach Kevin Vibbard. “We ran good offense, Ian was wide-open when he got the ball, and he made his shots.”
Fleming scored a career-high 23 points, and he was a Stephen Curry-like 7 of 8 from behind the three-point arc.
Holland Patent came into the contest tied with S-E for the division lead. The Marauders extended their nine-point first-quarter lead to 17 at the half as Vibbard was able to finally relax.
“We were the only team Holland Patent lost to – they’ve beaten everyone else,” Vibbard said. “So I was a little nervous about that and going up there to play. The kids came ready to play from the start.”
Vibbard chalked up the win to steady defense that had Holland Patent flailing passes into the bleachers due to the S-E pressure.
“I’ve said it a million times, but you can always count on your man-to-man (defense),” Vibbard said. “When you play good man-to-man, it takes people out of their comfort level on offense.”
Matt Hull contributed 10 points to the S-E ledger. The Marauders (12-4) host Cooperstown on Saturday in a non-conference game.
S-E:  Tyler Rodriguez, 1 0-0-2; Tyler Bigford, 0; K. Fredricks, 0; Matt Hull, 4 2-4-10; D. Seymour, 2 2-2-7; Ian Fleming, 8 0-0-23; J. Jillson, 1 0-0-2; I. Fredricks, 1 0-0-2; Gavin Giroux, 3 2-2-8; Sam Tuttle, 1 4-6-6. Totals:  20 10-14-58.
HP:  Sam Miles, 0; Jacob Stursbury, 1 0-0-2; Turner Reinold, 2 0-0-5; Kyle LaPointe, 1 0-0-2; DJ Harter, 1 0-0-2; Colin Litz, 2 2-2-7; Davis Speer, 0; Nick Palmer, 1 1-2-3; C. Corrigan, 4 0-2-8; Hunter Raehm, 2 1-2-5; D. Scarlett, 0 0-1-0. Totals:  14 4-9-34.
S-E  19  16  13  10–58
HP    10   8  11    5–34
Three-point goals: (SE) Fleming 7, Seymour; (HP)  Reinold, Litz.

Greene 52, Unadilla Valley 31
NEW BERLIN – Greene took a step closer to the top seed in next month’s Midstate Athletic Conference tournament moving to 10-0 in league play Thursday with a 21-point win at Unadilla Valley.
Jordan Harrington and Luke Day provided a one-two punch on offense for the Trojans. Harrington hit four threes finishing with 15 points, and Day scored 11.
The deciding factor, though, was the Trojans’ defense in the fourth quarter. Leading by 10 points, Greene held UV without a point over the final eight minutes.
“We couldn’t make a shot in the second half,” said UV coach Matt Osborne, “and Greene played excellent defense.”
UV’s Brett Hanslmaier finished with a double-double in the loss. Hanslmaier posted a game-high 19 points to go with 10 rebounds.
“Defense is our game,” said Greene coach Chris Rice, whose club can clinch its first perfect MAC record Wednesday against Delhi. “The boys are playing at a high level.”
Greene:  Dalton Brower 3 0-0-6; Jordan Harrington 5 1-1-15; Coy Austin, 0 1-2-1; Luke Day, 2 7-9-11; B. Kinney, 0; D. Borchardt, 0; Josh Harrington, 0; Luke Erickson, 3 0-0-6; Breven Gilmore, 1 0-0-2; Chris Klecha, 0; Joey Miranda, 2 1-5-5. Totals: 19 10-17-52.
Unadilla Valley:  Andrew Jackson 1 0-0-2; Ryan Postma, 4 0-1-9; D. Schwab, 0; G. Keach, 0; E. Grey, 0; Tyler Simmons, 0 0-3-0; M. Turner, 0; Brett Hanslmaier, 8 3-5-19; L. Gage, 0; Marcus Granger, 0 1-2-1; C. Ferguson, 0; M. Mikalunas, 0. Totals:  13 4-11-31.
Gr.       13   14   14  11–52
UV       13    7   11   0–31
Three-point goals: (UV)  Postma, (G) Jord Harrington 4.

WRESTLING

B-G/A/H 72, Unatego 0
BAINBRIDGE – Not too many matches were contested on the mat, and the ones that were all went the Bears’ way in a shutout victory over Unatego Thursday.
Shane Hoover (152) kicked off the match for B-G/A/H with a pin at 152 pounds. Over the next 14 matchups, the victorious team accepted eight forfeits, and three weight classes did not have contested matchups.
With the win, the Bears wrap up the MAC regular season crown, and are the odds-on favorite in the upcoming league tournament.
Results
152- Shane Hoover BGAH pinned Seth Burge Una 1:31 160 -Madison Hoover  BGAH won by forfeit.170- Mason Brown  BGAH won by forfeit. 182- Austin Carr  BGAH won by forfeit.195- Mitchell Weist BGAH pinned Eli Youngs Una 1:26.220- Dylan Mondore  BGAH won by forfeit.285-no match.99 Dylan Decker  BGAH won by forfeit.106- Brody Oleksak  BGAH won by forfeit.113- no match.
120 – no match.126 -Damien Knapp  BGAH won by forfeit.132- Kalieb DeShaw  BGAH won by forfeit.138- Hayden Lewis BGAH pinned Tristan Knusten UNA 1:14. 145 -Ben Bivar BGAH pinned Colby Flamensfeld Una 2:45.

VOLLEYBALL

Adirondack 3, Sherburne-Earlville 0
SHERBURNE – Alexis LaQuay had a big day at the net and at the service line finishing with six kills and six aces to lead Adirondack to a three-game sweep of S-E Thursday, 25-10, 25-21, 25-19.
Kaylee Scott had six kills, six digs, and four assists for the undermanned Marauders.
“We lost four players and had to switch up positions,” said S-E coach Ed Holmquist. “The girls played great and I’m proud of them.”
Results
S-E:  Kailyn Guiles, 5 kills, 9 digs; Kaylee Scott, 6 kills, 3 aces, 2 blocks, 4 assists, 6 digs; Abbie Stratton, 5 kills, 3 assists, 4 digs.
Adirondack:  Alexis LaQuay, 6 kills, 6 aces, 3 blocks; Madison Hale, 5 assists; Josie Wood, 3 assists, 3 digs.28.

 

Jan. 27

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Norwich 67, Chenango Forks 31
CHENANGO FORKS — Norwich’s Dashawn King delivered a message for Friday night’s opponent, Chenango Valley.
The junior backup guard flushed back-to-back dunks in the waning moments of Wednesday’s rout of Chenango Forks, and did so with several CV players on hand to witness the slams.
“It was a statement,” said Norwich coach Brian Collier of King’s dunks. “Our bench was pretty fired up.”
Coming off a ho-hum performance earlier in the week against Susquehanna Valley, Collier said his team needed little motivation for the Blue Devils. In fact, Collier said he didn’t have to deliver a pre-game speech.
“Once they finished their stretching, they were ready to go,” Collier said.
Jamison Luke scored all 12 of his points in the first half for NHS (14-1), half of those coming on transition buckets as Luke beat the Blue Devils’ big men down the floor.
Carlos Ithier also found a home in transition, and complemented the running game with two three balls.
Jordan Vinal served as orchestrator of the offense picking up several assists, and he added eight of his team-high 13 points in the third quarter. Jake Walsh added two three balls in the final quarter helping extend the Norwich lead to 61-20.
“Jordan did a great job of pushing the ball, and as a team, we wanted to play hard tonight,” Collier said.
Norwich’s junior varsity team made it 2-for-2 this week blasting Forks, 75-31. JT Vinal scored 21 in the victory and Marcus Benjamin added 10.
Norwich:  Jake Walsh, 2 0-0-6; K. Veale, 1 0-0-2; T. Bonham, 2 0-0-5; C. Edwards, 1 2-2-4; C. Ithier, 3 0-0-8; D. King, 3 2-2-9; M. Carson, 1 0-0-2; M. Parrella, 1 0-0-2; A. Wehrli, 0; Jordan Vinal, 5 2-3-13; J. Luke, 5 2-2-12; C. Jeffrey, 2 0-1-4. Totals: 26 8-10-67.
CF:  Parker Urso, 0; C. Link 1 2-2-5; Timms, 1 0-0-2; C. Depersiis, 0 2-2-2; C. Borchardt, 0; T. Borchardt, 3 1-2-7; T. Lindow, 0 2-2-2; L. Watson, 4 0-0-8; R. Ehrets, 1 1-1-3. Totals: 11 8-9-31.
Nor      20  19  22   6–67
CF       6     5   9   11–31
Three-point goals: (N) Walsh 2, Ithier 2, Bonham, King, Vinal. (CF) Link. JV: Norwich won 75-31.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Unadilla Valley 43, Oxford 20
OXFORD – Unadilla had a strong response to Monday’s two-point loss to Unatego.
The Storm jumped out to a 16-0 lead in the first quarter in handing Oxford a home defeat Wednesday evening.
Sierra Badger scored eight in the first quarter for UV, and four other Storm players had buckets.
“They came out and pressed us early, and we did not handle it well,” said Oxford coach Chris Palmer. “They played aggressively and they played quick. You have to give them a lot of credit for how hard they played.”
Oxford did cut the deficit to 20-14 late in the first half.
Early in the third, Badger and Julia Oglesby scored six points apiece to widen UV’s lead to as many as 18 points.
Raegan Ehly had her strongest offensive game as an Oxford player leading her club with 10 points. Oxford plays at Afton Friday.
UV:  M. Carpenter, 0; Sierra Badger, 7 1-2-15; J. Oglesby, 4 0-0-8; H. Lakin, 2 2-2-6; G. DelSontro, 1 0-0-2; S. Meade, 1 2-4-4; K. Fairchild, 1 1-2-3; Em Anderson, 0 1-2-1; M. Winton, 0 1-2-1; M. Williams, 0 0-2-0; B. Brown, 1 0-0-3; Nogaret, 0; S. Bard, 0. Totals; 17 8-16-43.
Oxf:  S. Hodge, 1 0-0-2; K. Roys, 0; L. Karn, 1 0-0-3; K. Diamond, 1 0-2-2; H. Ryan, 0 0-2-0; Raegan Ehly, 4 1-4-10; R. Seiler, 1 0-0-3; G. Martinez, 0; R. Tefft, 0. Totals: 8 1-8-20.
UV       16  7  16   1–43
Oxf.       6   8   6    0–20
Three-point goals: (O) L. Karn, R. Ehly, R. Seiler. (UV) Brown.

BOWLING

Oxford girls up the ante
NORWICH – Coming off one of its best team performances earlier in the week, Oxford’s girls raised their total pinfall by nearly 100 pins in sweeping all four points from Greene Wednesday at Family Recreation Center.
Savannah Beech and Emily Howard, the fourth and fifth bowlers in the Oxford rotation, fashioned outstanding days. Howard rolled a match-high 559 series, and Beech notched a 539 triple.
In the leadoff spot, Jourdan Pinney added a 486 triple, while Erin Howard compiled a 478.
Oxford finished with 2,456 total pins to easily outdistance the Trojans.
On the boys’ side, Greene captured the final game by 59 pins, and garnered the decisive overall score team point by just seven to take a 3-1 win over Oxford.
Brandyn Scott led Greene with a 541 series, and Oxford was paced by Dakota Simpson (510).
Honor scores
Boys
Oxford (2,183):  Dakota Simpson, 510.
Greene (2,190):  Brandyn Scott, 541.
Girls
Oxford (2,456):  Jourdan Pinney, 200, 486; Erin Howard, 478; Savannah Beech, 194, 185, 539; Emily Howard, 206, 559.
Greene (1,667): Courtney Pratt, 422.

 

Jan. 26

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Oxford 50, Unadilla Valley 47
OXFORD – Oxford answered the call for its outgoing seniors.
The Blackhawks recognized its graduating class of players before the game, then went out and beat Unadilla Valley Tuesday night in what might be the team’s marquee victory of the season.
“It was a big win for us,” said Oxford head coach Tim Davis. “All of the seniors got a chance to start, and it was a great team effort. All of the guys contributed and hit big shots.”
The lead changed hands several times in the second half, and at many key points where Davis took a time out, the score was tied.
“I kept telling them at the 8-minute mark, the 4-minute mark, and the 1 1/2-minute mark, all we have to do is outscore them by one point,” Davis said. “I must have sounded like a broken record.”
Oxford snapped a 44-44 tie with just under 90 seconds to play when Kevin Davis buried a three-pointer at the top of the key. After a defensive stop, Oxford senior Angelo Gonzalez hit one free throw raising the lead to four.
Josh Nelson then picked up a steal for Oxford, and fed Davis the ball. Davis was fouled and hit two free throws to ice the game.
Ryan Postma nailed a three for UV just before the buzzer to close the scoring.
“This was the first time all year we played that well against one of the top teams in our league,” Tim Davis said. “I thought at the beginning of the year we had the potential to be one of the better teams in our league.”
Oxford led by seven at the half, but that advantage quickly evaporated when the Storm’s Ethan Grey hit back-to-back threes in the first minute of the third quarter.
Postma, though, led the UV comeback with 15 of his 20 points in the second half.
Kevin Davis scored 17 for Oxford (6-3, 9-7), and Trent Lyons added 10, six of those coming in the fourth quarter.
UV:  Andrew Jackson, 0 3-4-3; Ryan Postma, 6 6-8-20; Geoff Keach, 0; Ethan Grey, 3 0-0-9; Tyler Simmons, 2 0-0-5; Brett Hanslmaier, 5 0-0-10; Marcus Granger, 0; Mason Mikalunas, 0. Totals:  16 9-12-47.
Oxford: Damon Maricle, 2 0-2-5; Jason Davis, 2 0-0-5; Josh Nelson, 1 2-3-4; Rece Camadine, 0; Trent Lyons, 5 0-2-10; Angelo Gonzalez, 1 1-2-3; Nick Neer, 3 0-1-6; Kevin Davis, 6 3-4-17; Harry Oliver, 0. Totals: 20 7-14-50.
UV      10  7  17  13-47
Oxf.    7  17 10  16–50
Three-point goals: (UV) Grey 3, Postma 2, Simmons. (O) K. Davis 2, J. Davis, Maricle

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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Maine-Endwell 66, Norwich 46
ENDWELL — Maine-Endwell turned a tight game into a 20-point advantage turning the Purple Tornado over in bunches in the third quarter en route to a non-conference home win Tuesday night.
Daniella Dean scored a game-high 26 points for M-E, 24 of those points coming through the first three quarters.
“We came out and played well in the beginning,” said Norwich coach Josh Bennett. Bennett was referring to a 14-14 score at the first-quarter break. “They turned us over three or four times in the second quarter, and we just got into a bad stretch. We got punched in the mouth, and we didn’t punch back.”
When it wasn’t turning Norwich over, the Spartans were cashing in from all angles. M-E put 22 points on the board in the third quarter extending its lead to 55-34.
“What I hope we learn from this is that when things get tough, you have to find a way to overcome,” Bennett said.
Meghan Komendarek led Norwich with 12 points.
Norwich:  Sherman, 1 0-0-3; Hansen, 3 2-4-8; Mirabito, 0; Dowdall, 1 0-0-2; Evans, 0 2-2-2; Seary, 2 0-0-4; Maynard, 3 0-0-6; Komendarek, 4 4-4-12; Murphy, 2 0-2-5; Benjamin, 2 0-0-4. Totals:  18 8-12-46.
ME:  Ashlyn McNight, 2 1-3-7; Kara Pochkar, 0 1-2-1; K. Talerico, 1 6-8-8; A Wanchisen,1 0-0-3; Hailey Sinicki, 3 2-5-8; C. Parker, 1 1-2-3; Daniella Dean, 7 10-10-26; K. Wankel, 3 0-0-7. Totals: 19 22-30-66.
Nor.  14  11   9   12–46
ME    14  19   22   11–66
Three-point goals: (ME) D. Dean 2, Ashlyn McKnight 2, Wanchisen, Wankel.  (N) Sherman, Murphy.

Unatego 43, Unadilla Valley 41
OTEGO – Unatego’s Hazel Haehnel scored eight of her 16 points in Unatego’s final quarter — including what proved the winning basket — as the Spartans hung on for a two-point win over UV Monday evening.
Unadilla Valley was paced by its youth with freshman Shelby Meade scoring a team-high 13 points, and sophomore Julia Oglesby scored 12 points, while also grabbing 19 rebounds.
“It came down (for us) to missing too many layups and foul shots,” said UV coach Brandi Whitbeck.
The Storm play at Oxford Wednesday.
UV:  S. Badger, 2 0-0-4; Julia Oglesby, 4 4-6-12; H. Lakin, 2 0-3-4; G. Del Sontro, 2 2-2-6; Shelby Meade, 4 5-8-13; K. Fairchild, 0; Anderson, 0; Brown, 1 0-0-2; Bard, 0. Totals: 15 11-19-41.
Unatego:  Frazier, 0; Faulkner, 2 0-2-4; M. Faulkner, 7 2-3-16; Pickaard, 2 1-2-5; Slawson, 0; Hazel Haehnel, 7 2-3-16; Walker, 0 1-2-1; Sullivan, 0 1-2-1. Totals:  18 7-14-43.
UV   10   7   10  14–41
Una    10  10  7  16–43
Three-point goals:  none.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Syracuse Academy of Science 79, Sherburne-Earlville 56
SHERBURNE — Sherburne-Earlville was looking for the type of test that would prepare it for the postseason. The Marauders found what they were seeking.
The Syracuse Academy of Science, one of Section III’s top overall teams, ran up and down the floor for four quarters pulling away from S-E Tuesday evening.
.”They really get out and run the floor,” said S-E coach Kevin Vibbard. “They transition from defense to offense very quickly, and we didn’t get back (on defense) well enough.”
Symir Torrence scored 20 for SAS, which pulled away in the third and fourth quarters.
Ian Fleming and Gavin Giroux scored 15 apiece to top the Marauders (11-4).
“In the first half we made some shots, and that helped,” Vibbbard said.  “In the second half we didn’t make as many shots and turned it over. It was a snowball effect.”
The Marauders play at Holland Patent Thursday with first place in the Center State Conference on the line.
SAS:  K Odoms, 2 0-0-5; J. Murray, 3 0-0-6; Rubin Cruz, 1 0-0-3; Symir Torrence, 8 1-1-20; T. Taper, 1 0-0-3; Kenzang Lual, 9 1-3-19; N. Smith, 6 0-0-13; N. Williams, 5 0-1-10; A. Butera, 0. Totals: 35 2-6-79.
S-E: Rodriguez, 2 1-2-6; Bigford, 0; K. Fredricks, 0; Matt Hull, 3 2-2-10; D. Seymour, 4 2-2-10; Ian Fleming, 6 0-0-15; Jillson, 0; I. Fredricks, 0; Gavin Giroux, 5 5-7-15; S. Tuttle, 0 0-1-0. Totals:  20 10-14-56.
SAS  21  20  19  19–79
S-E  20  15   9  12–56
Three-point goals: (SE) Fleming 3, Hull 2, Rodriguez. (SAS) Torrence 3, Odoms, Cruz, Taper, Smith.

BOWLING

S-E stays unbeaten
EARLVILLE – Sherburne-Earlville compiled one of its best performances in a 15-0 unbeaten season racking up 3,111 pins in a 5-0 shutout of Vernon-Verona-Sherill on senior recognition day at Hi-Skor Lanes Monday.
“The varsity boys were great again tonight,” said S-E coach Don Philhower. “I am running out of words for them. They are one of the best teams I have coached, and tonight – on senior night – it couldn’t have been any better.”
Zach Miles headed an all-star performance for the Marauders rolling a 707 series; Will Philhower tossed a 686 that was buoyed by a 277 game, and Jordan Mullen (643) and Tyler Coughlin (636) also cracked the 600 series mark.
Seniors recognized were Miles, Philhower, Coughlin, Mullen, Dalton Jones, and Nick Oley.
.Results
S-E (3,111): Will Philhower, 277, 214; 686; Tyler Coughlin, 247, 636; Jordan Mullen, 206, 214, 223; 643; Zach Miles, 238, 234, 235; 707.
VVS (2,578): Alex Hrdlicka, 203; Cody House, 214.
JV: S-E won 5-0.

Oxford tops Delhi
DEPOSIT – At Deposit Monday night, Oxford’s boys grabbed a 3-1 victory, while the girls rolled one of their best totals of the season in a 4-0 shutout.
Emily Howard rolled a 568 for Oxford’s girls, a total that was the highest on the day — boys or girls. Howard’s total was part of a 2,373 aggregate pinfall.
On the boys’ side, Oxford’s Corey Turner completed his day with a 511 series to lead his team to victory.
Boys
Oxford 3, Deposit 1
Oxford (2,027): Corey Turner, 511.
Deposit (1,927):  no honor scores
Girls
Oxford 4, Deposit 0
Oxford (2,373): Emily Howard, 227, 568; Savannah Beech, 461; Jourdan Pinney, 176, 483; Erin Howard, 460.
Deposit (1,366):  no honor scores.

Jan. 25

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Norwich 65, Susquehanna Valley 46
NORWICH — Coming off some emotional, hard-fought victories over the past nine days, it would only be natural for Norwich to suffer a letdown.
The Purple Tornado shook off an atypical second quarter by responding with classic NHS offense and defense in the third to dispatch Susquehanna Valley Monday night at Jack Jones Gymnasium.
Carlos Ithier and Jamison Luke led NHS’s lineup with 16 and 12 points respectively.
Leading by 10 at halftime, Luke had six points, Ithier five, and Tre Bonham scored four in a 17-1 third period as Norwich put the lights out on any hope of an SV upset.
“We got off to a good start, but we kind of went on cruise control (in the second period,” said Norwich coach Brian Collier. “We didn’t have the same intensity tonight that we’ve had on other nights.”
Still, on an off night, the Tornado won by 19 points to improve to 13-1 on the season.
“The most important thing is to win an improve,” Collier said. “We’ve been improving and playing better. We have three games this week, so our bench players go a lot more time. Carlos, Jamison, and Jordan (Vinal) have played a lot of minutes the last two weeks. We were able to rest them tonight so they can get their legs under them for later in the week.”
In the junior varsity game, Norwich picked up a 75-58 win. JT Vinal led Norwich with 33 points.
Norwich plays Chenango Forks on Wednesday.
SV:  Kyle Novolbilski, 0 2-4-2; Robert Jensen, 0 2-2-2; Sam Chapman, 2 2-2-7; Tim Hawley, 4 0-2-8; Dalton Brown, 1 0-0-3;  Austin Haskell, 7 3-3-18; Lucas Davy, 1 0-0-3; Jordan McGahey, 1 1-2-3. Totals:  16 10-15-46.
Norwich:  Jake Walsh, 1 0-0-2; K. Veale, 2 0-0-4; Tre Bonham, 4 0-0-9; Cameron Edwards, 2 0-0-4; Carlos Ithier, 6 3-3-16; Dashawn King, 1 3-4-6; Matt Parrella, 1 0-0-2; Alex Wehrli, 1 0-0-2; Jordan Vinal, 1 0-0-2; Jamison Luke, 5 2-4-12; Chris Jeffrey, 3 0-0-6. Totals:  27 8-11-65
SV         7   20    1   18–46
Nor.    19  18  17  11–65
Three-point goals: (SV) Austin Haskell, Lucas Davy, Dalton Brown, Sam Chapman. (N) Bonham, Ithier, King.

INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD

CORTLAND – Norwich senior Katelyn Shaver broke Brooke Bonney’s 2-year-old team record in the shot put in this past weekend’s Finger Lakes Invitational at Cortland.
In a large field with over 20 teams represented, Shaver finished second overall throwing the shot 38 feet, 5 1/2 inches to break the previous mark by nearly a foot.
Thomas Reilly and David Bernstein again went one-two in the boys’ shot put. Reilly won with a toss of 50 feet, 5 1/2 inches, and Bernstein was next at 44 feet, 11 1/2 inches.
Adding fourth-place finishes were Emily Shattuck in the 55-meter dash (7.69) and Ben Ericksen in the 3,200 meters (10:19.81).

Jan. 23

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Sherburne-Earlville 64, Central Valley Academy 60
ILION – For the third time this season, Sherburne-Earlville came from behind in the second half.
Down 13 early in the second half, the Marauders embarked on a 30-6 run over the remainder of the third quarter and into the fourth in Saturday’s road victory over Central Valley Academy.
When Zach Waldron scored at the five-minute mark of the third quarter for CVA, the host club held a comfortable 38-25 advantage.  Matt Hull hit for S-E to start the comeback, and junior Sam Tuttle contributed heavily to the comeback.
Tuttle had eight points over the final four minutes of the third drawing S-E to within 42-41 with a quarter to play.
Dylan Seymour had eight points over a 2 1/2-minute stretch in the fourth quarter to push the Marauder sin front for good. Tuttle and Tyler Bigford added free throws in the final minute to seal the win.
“They were a physical team with us, and we ended up matching that at the end,” said S-E coach Kevin Vibbard.
Matt Hull had 16 points for S-E, 11 of those in the first half to keep S-E in the hunt. Seymour added 14 and Tuttle had 13.
“It was (CVA’s) goal to take away Matt and Gavin (Giroux) tonight,” Vibbard said. “Like a good team does, other kids stepped up.”
The Marauders (11-3) host the Syracuse Academy of Science on Tuesday.S-E:  Tyler Rodriguez, 0 1-2-1; T. Bigford, 1 3-6-6; Matt Hull, 5 6-8-16; Dylan Seymour, 4 6-8-14; Ian Fleming, 3 1-2-9; Ian Fredricks, 0; Gavin Giroux, 2 2-3-6; Sam Tuttle, 4 5-6-13. Totals: 19 24-35-64.
CVA:  Panka, 4 1-2-12; Adam Klosner, 2 0-0-5; Brendan Ulinski, 0;  Steve Bergin, 7 1-4-17; Minsek, 0; Vogel, 0; Slaughter, 2 0-0-4; Rhude,  1 0-0-2; Bodwell, 2 2-4-6; Waldron, 3 0-0-7; Diliburg, 3 1-1-7. Totals: 24 5-11-60
SE        7   16  18  23–64
CVA    15  14   13 18–60
Three-point goals:  (CV) Panka 3, Bergin 2, Klosner, Waldron. (SE) Fleming 2.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Frankfort-Schuyler 64, Sherburne-Earlville 56
FRANKFORT – Sherburne-Earlville struggled to contain Frankfort-Schuyler’s Danielle Migliore Saturday afternoon, who had a game-high 34 points in the F-S’s second win over the Marauders this season.
Migliore had 12 in the fourth, most of those points coming from the foul line, and Billie Rivenburgh netted eight big points in the last quarter.
“We didn’t rebound as well as we needed to, that was the biggest difference in the game,” said S-E coach Karen Mulligan. “We got some stops, but didn’t get the rebound. We also had some breakdowns and we left Rivenburgh alone a couple of times.”
Lilly Berg scored 28 points for S-E (12-4) in the loss, and Savannah Irwin scored 17. The Marauders host Holland Patent on Friday, and a victory will clinch at least a tie for the CSC Division One title.
SE:  Morgan Simpson, 2 0-0-4; M. Simpson, 2 0-4-4; L. Elderkin, 0; K. Furner, 0 1-2-1; S. Irwin, 6 3-4-17; E. Stanton, 1 0-0-2; L. Berg, 12 4-5-28. Totals: 23 8-15-56.
F-S: DeRollo, 1 0-0-2; D. Caivana, 4 5-8-14; Danielle Migliore, 11 10-14-34; Simmons, 0 1-2-1; Rodio, 0; M DiNigro, 0 3-4-3; B. Rivenburgh, 4 2-4-10. Totals:  20 21-32-64
S-E      10  13  16  17–56
F-S      15  14  11  24–64
Three-point goals:  (SE) Irwin 2. (FS) Migliore 2, Caivana.

WRESTLING

VESTAL – After edging Norwich 40-39 in the semfinals, Vestal won the toss-up matches handing B-G/A/H its first loss to Section IV competition this season Saturday in the Section IV Dual Meet Tournament finals.
Logan Wiland (182) and Sean DeGroat (220) pulled out tight wins for the Golden Bears against Bears standouts Austin Carr and Dylan Mondore respectively as Vestal went on to a 45-16 victory.
Vestal started the dual meet with victories in the first eight matches building a 30-0 lead over the Bears.
B-GAH did gain some solace later on as defending Section IV champion Chris Cirigliano moved up two weight classes to grab a decision win over Vestal top gun Derek Osman, 4-2 in overtime.
After topping Deposit-Hancock 39-32 in the quarterfinals, Norwich dropped a close final to the Bears as the defending champs — again — came up with the big victories.
Unlike the Bears match when Vestal took command early, it was Norwich that established the early advantage with Zach Mills (138) picking up a pin, while Cole Rifanburg (145) and Nick Murphy (160) added decision wins to create a 15-4 lead.
It was in the upper weights — where Norwich has its most inexperienced wrestlers — that Vestal made hay capturing 24 points between 182 and 285 pounds.
“We could have picked up a couple more points here and there that would have forced them to put out guys at the end,” said Norwich coach Bob Hagenbuch. “So who knows if we would have won or lost?”
Hagenbuch was especially proud of the team effort. “We scratched and clawed for every point,” Hagenbuch said. “We just ran out of horses.”
Against Deposit-Hancock, Norwich had a much tougher time than earlier in the season when it cruised to a lopsided win at the Owego Duals.
“Our lineup was different and their lineup was different,” Hagenbuch said. “We wrestled tough and fought hard for every point. That made the difference between winning and losing.”
FINALS
(started at 145 pounds)
99: Peter Sacco (V) pinned Dylan Decker, 3:00. 106: Zayne Benedict (V) pinned Brody Oleksak, 1:00. 113: Austin Eggleston (B) dec. Cody Petticrew, 6-1. 120: Cody Ferrara (B) dec. Jean Delance, 10-2. 126: Chris Cirigliano (B) dec. Derek Osman, 4-2, OT. 132: Zach Reyes (V) pinned Damien Knapp, 1:22. 138: Ben Bivar (B) pinned Hunter Stewart, 1:32. 145: Hunter Beck (V) dec. Shane Hoover, 6-0. 152: Madison Hoover (B) dec. Max Kilmer, 1-0. 160: Geoffrey Brunette (V) dec. Mason Becker, 8-5. 170: Caleb O’Brien (V) dec. Bradley Wilson, 8-5. 182: Logan Wiland (V) dec. Austin Carr, 4-3. 195: Justin Hess (V) won by forfeit. 220: Sean DeGroat (V) dec. Dylan Mondore, 9-7, OT. 285: Zach Kinter (V) won by forfeit.
SEMIFINALS
Vestal 40, Norwich 39
(Started at 138 pounds)
99: Eli Rodriguez (N) pinned Peter Sacco, 1:09. 106: Zayne Benedict (V) dec. Mikey Squires, 8-4. 113: Cody Petticrew (V) pinned Nick Glanville, 2:30. 120: Cris Caballero (N) won by fft. 126: Dalen Geislinger (N) won by fft. 132: Ty Rifanburg (N) won by fft. 138: Zach Mills (N) pinned Hunter Stewart, 1:28. 145: Cole Rifanburg (N) dec. Hunter Beck, 7-3. 152: Max Kilmer (V) dec. Dustin Marvin, 9-1. 160: Nick Murphy (N) dec. Geoffrey Brunette, 14-0. 170: Caleb O’Brien (V) dec. Brennan Slater, 11-9. 182: Logan Wiland (V) pinned Jakob Franklin, 5:11. 195: Sean DeGroat (V) won by forfeit. 220: Justin Hess (V) pinned Dakota Hall, :31. 285: Zach Kinter (V) won by forfeit.
Norwich 39, Deposit-Hancock 32
(match started at 132 pounds)
99: Mike Squires (N) dec. River Burgess, 4-0. 106: Owen Wormuth (DH) dec. Nick Glanville, 13-5. 113: Devin Todd (DH) pinned Cristobal Labalero, 1:05. 120: Dean Raymond (DH) dec. Dalen Geislinger, 5-0. 126: Gabe Glanville (N) won by forfeit. 132: Ty Rifanburg (N) dec. Cooper Hall, 7-1. 138: Levi Wormuth (DH) dec. Zach Mills, 14-5. 145: Cole Rifanburg (N) won by forfeit. 152: Dustin Marvin (N) dec. Trevor Miles, 3-1. 160: Nick Murphy (N) won by forfeit. 170: Brennan Slater (N) pinned Derek Shafer, 1:41. 182: Devin Decker (DH) dec. Jakob Franklin, 9-7. 195: Ethan Wormuth (DH) won by forfeit. 220: Dakota Hall (N) won by forfeit. 285: Zach Gifford (DH) won by forfeit.

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