Local sports roundup Jan. 29-Feb. 1




Zach Mills and Ty Rifanburg of Norwich won STAC wrestling titles earlier this month


Feb. 1


Afton 70, Bainbridge-Guilford 64
BAINBRIDGE – Conor Graven-Briggs is known for his stick on the baseball diamond. He can also stick the ball into the rim on the basketball court.
Briggs posted the highest scoring game by and Chenango County cager this season hitting 10 three-pointers on his way to a 40-point night in the Crimson Knights’ six-point win at B-G Monday.
Afton trailed by nine at the break, but Briggs’ 20-point offering in the third that included four threes turned the tide of the game.
“It was just incredible, he could not miss,” said B-G coach Greg Warren.  “It’s not like we weren’t in the area. He was making tough shots.”
Briggs’ night overshadowed a terrific shooting performance by B-G sophomore Trevor Halaquist.
Halaquist made six three-pointers of his own finishing with 30 points. On most evenings, Halaquist’s evening would easily shine as the standout.
“Trevor was pretty hot for us I the first half, Sean Jones was tough in the first half, and Tyler Johnson played with a lot of energy,” Warren said. “Briggs was just unconscious. We had no answers for the threes.”
Kyle Hinman added 22 points for Afton, which was 15 of 19 from the foul line, while B-G made just 4 of 14 charity tosses.
Jones had 13 points for the Bobcats (5-11) in the loss.
Afton:  K. Ives, 0; T. King, 0 1-2-1; M. Graven-Briggs, 0 2-3-2; Joe DeVona, 2 1-2-5; Conor Graven-Briggs, 13 4-4-40; Kyle Hinman, 7 7-8-22. Totals:  22 15-19-70.
B-G:  Kyle Rideout, 0; Trevor Halaquist, 12 0-0-30; Nick Decker, 0; Zach Ouimet, 3 2-4-9; Sean Jones, 5 0-4-13; Austin Capalupo, 0; Austin Rowe, 0; Tyler Johnson, 2 1-3-5; Alex DeGroat, 3 1-3-7. Totals:  25 4-14-64.
Aft.     16  12  24  18-70
B-G     17  20  13  14–64
Three-point goals: (BG) Halaquist 6, Jones 3, Ouimet. (A) C. Graven-Briggs 10, K. Hinman.


Bears capture John Wake Duals
DELHI ­- B-G/A/H raised its season dual meet record to 17-2 winning all four of its dual matchups to capture the inaugural John Wake Duals at Delhi this past weekend.
The Bears’ narrowly edged Walton-Delhi, 39-36, the only loss of the day for the host club. In the upper weight classes, Austin Carr (182), Mitchell Weist (220), and Dylan Mondore all secured pins for the Bears to offset some decision losses earlier in the meet.
On the day, Brody Oleksak, Chris Cirigliano, Shane Hoover, Madison Hoover, Carr, and Mondore had perfect 4-0 days. Cirigliano remained unbeaten on the season as well.
The Wake Duals are named in honor of the former Delhi wrestling coach, who is also a Norwich High School graduate.
BGAH 39, Delhi-Walton 36
Brody Oleksak (B) dec. Chandler Merwin, 5-4 (OT); 106: Caleb Robinson (DW) pinned Dylan Decker, :16. 113: Chris Cirigliano (B) pinned Bryce Bracchy, :16. 120: Austin Merwin (DW) won by fft. 126: Mike Bryden (DW) dec. Damien Knapp, 5-0. 132: Syles Bakker (DW) dec. Kalieb DeShaw, 9-6. 138:  Dylan Wood (DW) pinned Hayden Lewis, 1:00. 145:  Shane Hoover (B) pinned Josh Johnson, 3:45. 152:  Dakota Coffey (DW) dec. Ben Bivar, 5-2. 160:  Ben Conrow (DW) dec. Mason Brown, 9-2. 170:  Madison Hoover (B) won by fft. 182:  Austin Carr (B) pinned Brenden Cairns (DW), 4:23.  195:  Bailey Wood (DW) pinned Bradley Wilson, 1:45. 220:  Mitchell Weist (B) pinned Andrew Flynn, :45. 285:  Dylan Mondore (B) pinned Austin Degraw, (DW), :30.


Norwich boys fall one point short in division race
FENTON – Norwich’s boys captured four of five points from Chenango Valley last weekend, but fell one point shy of Windsor in the final STAC East division standings.
Corey Huggins posted a 574 series for the Tornado (54-16), which dropped the opening game to CV before sweeping the final two.  Windsor finished with a 55-15 record.
LeahAnn Humphrey rolled a 501 series to top the Tornado girls in  5-0 loss to the Warriors.
Honor scores
Norwich (2,104):  LeahAnne Humphrey, 181, 501.
CV (2,557):  Alyvia Brown, 190, 521; Sophie Miller, 194, 502; Elaine Hamilton, 205, 543; Abigail Hamilton 189, 529.
Norwich (2,807):  Corey Huggins, 241; Nick Deady, 207; Dustin Rifanburg, 212; Dylan Gladstone, 222.
CV (2,664):  Rusty Nelson, 202; Devon Buckland, 203, 243, 214, 662.

Midstate Athletic Conference Basketball Standings
Greene, 10-0;  Delhi, 9-1; Sidney, 8-2; Oxford, 7-3; Unadilla Valley, 7-3; Deposit, 5-5; Unatego, 5-6; Bainbridge-Guilford, 4-6; Walton, 4-6; Harpursville, 1-9; Afton, 1-10; Hancock, 0-10.
Greene, 9-1; Delhi, 9-1; Bainbridge-Guilford, 8-2; Sidney, 8-2; Unadilla Valley, 6-4; Unatego, 5-5; Hancock, 5-5; Walton, 4-6; Afton, 3-7; Deposit, 2-8; Harpursville, 1-9; Oxford, 0-10.

Jan. 29-30


Sherburne-Earlville 46, Holland Patent 43
SHERBURNE — Sherburne-Earlville hit six free throws in the final minute of play — two apiece coming from Miranda Wright and Savannah Irwin — to complete a comeback victory Friday night against visiting Holland Patent.
The Marauders made up a 38-30 deficit in the fourth quarter holding Holland Patent scoreless for a five-minute stretch.
Lilly Berg hit a free throw with 2:28 to play to give the Marauders a 39-38 lead, then hit another 32 seconds later to complete a 10-0 run.
Skylar Kaelin scored for Holland Patent to tie the game up one last time at the 1:24 mark, but Berg added two more free throws seconds later to give S-E the lead for good.
“Lilly picked up her fourth foul and had to sit out most of the third quarter,” said S-E coach Karen Mulligan. It was during that stretch – with Berg on the bench — that Holland Patent seized the advantage. “We fought through adversity and didn’t play great, but we played well enough to win.”
Wright posted a double-double with 13 points and 15 rebounds, Berg also racked up a double-double with 12 points and 11 boards, and Irwin scored an even dozen as well.
The win helped S-E clinch a share of the CSC Division I title. The Marauders can capture the division title outright Wednesday against Canastota.
Playing for a Cure cancer
HP:  Madison Brown, 1 0-0-2; McKenna Williams, 3 0-0-6; Skylar Kaelin, 5 0-0-11; Ally Livesey, 3 4-6-10; Shannon Harrison, 5 1-4-14; E. Wuest, 0; Lindsey Marsden, 0. Totals:  17 5-10-43.
S-E: Morgan Simpson, 0; Miranda Wright, 5 3-6-13; Lexi Elderkin, 1 0-0-3; Kaitlyn Furner, 1 0-0-2; Savannah Irwin, 3 4-10-12; Emily Stanton, 2 0-0-4; Shay Franklin, 0; Lilly Berg, 4 4-6-12. Totals:  16 11-24-46.
HP   12    8   10  13–43
SE   14   12   4   16–46
Fouled out: (HP) Marsden, Kaelin. Three-point goals: (HP) Harrison 3, Kaelin 3. (SE) Irwin 2, Elderkin.

Greene 36, Unadilla Valley 22
NEW BERLIN – Greene leaned on its typically reliable defense to hand Unadilla Valley a 14-point setback Friday night in the Storm’s senior recognition game.
Trojans underclassmen McKenna Sergi scored a team-high 12 points for the Trojans, half of those coming in the 12-5 opening quarter.
“We didn’t have the offense to compete with Greene tonight,” said UV coach Brandi Whitbeck. “Their defense was awesome, and we couldn’t throw it in the ocean.”
UV was held to just 14 percent shooting by the Trojans, although the host team was still within 10 points entering the fourth quarter.
“I thought we played well defensively and we hung with them for three quarters,” Whitbeck said. “We didn’t have enough firepower to close it out.”
Julia Oglesby had 13 rebounds for the Storm, and Shelby Meade scored a team-high seven points.
Greene:  M. Sergi, 6 0-0-12; S. Brown, 0; A. Sands, 2 2-2-6; Montelione, 0; N. Flohr, 2 1-2-5; Borchardt, 0 1-2-1; A. Platta, 0 2-4-2; K. Carey, 2 2-2-7; M. Brown, 0; E. Smith, 0 1-2-1. Totals: 13 9-14-36.
UV:  Badger, 1 1-2-3; J. Oglesby, 2 2-4-6; Hunter Lakin, 1 2-4-4; Shelby Meade, 3 1-2-7; K. Fairchild, 0 2-2-2; E. Anderson, 0; M. Williams, 0; B. Brown, 0. Totals:  7 8-14-22.
Greene  12  7  8   9–36
UVa       5   8   4   5–22
Three-point goals: (G) Carey. Fouled out:  none

Bainbridge-Guilford 45, Sidney 35
BAINBRIDGE – Facing a dangerous Sidney team that recently knocked off league unbeaten Delhi, Bainbridge-Guilford jumped out quickly to take control of Saturday’s game against the Warriors.
Junior Becca Reyes nailed four three-pointers in the first quarter helping stake B-G to a 14-10 lead.
Kori Thornton joined the three parade with two more trifectas in the second period as B-G extended its lead to eight at halftime.
“This was a really big game for us and it keeps us in the hunt in the league,” said B-G coach Bob Conway. “We got off to a great start, and from that point on we kind of controlled the game.”
Abi Selfridge hit 5 of 6 free throws in the second half to aid the B-G effort finishing with 12 points, and Megan Palmatier scored 11 – all through the first three quarters.
B-G (12-4, 8-2) hosts Unadilla Valley Tuesday.
Sidney: Gravelin, 0; Gravel, 1 0-0-3; McDonald, 5 3-6-13; Barnes, 1 2-4-4; Pierce, 3 0-0-6; Bernard, 0 1-2-1; Howard, 0 1-2-1; Hawkins, 0; Krom, 3 0-2-7; Newell, 0. Totals:  13 7-16-35.
B-G:  Miller, 0; Abi Selfridge, 3 6-10-12; O’Hara, 0; Cannistra, 0; Becca Reyes 5 0-0-14; Kori Thornton, 2 2-2-8; Megan Palmatier, 4 3-3-11. Totals: 14 11-15-45.
B-G     14 12   11  3–45
Sidn.    10  8   10   7–35
Three-point goals: (BG) Reyes 4, Thornton 2. (S) Gravel, Krom.

Norwich 57, Chenango Valley 40
NORWICH – On senior recognition night, Norwich put together strong second and third quarters to defeat Chenango Valley Friday.
The Purple Tornado, coming off a non-division loss earlier in the week to Maine-Endwell, clinched the STAC East division crown.
Makenzie Maynard scored 16 in the victory, and Kate Dowdall came off the bench to net 10 for the Tornado.
This story will be updated with quotes later this weekend.
Evans, Maynrd, and Seary all two baskets in the second. Maynard, Murphy, Benjamin 3s in the third.
CV:  Maggie Gross, 5 2-4-14; C. Ostrum, 1 0-0-3; G. Sheplecky, 0; B. Lo Vuolo, 1 2-5-4; C. Smith, 0; Jenna Hanyon, 2 6-8-10; M. Maerkl, 1 5-6-7; M. Pedroso, 1 0-0-2. Totals:  11 15-23-40
NHS:  C. Sherman, 0; Taylor Hansen, 0 4-6-6; G. Mirabito, 0; Kate Dowdall, 3 3-4-10; Kara Evans, 2 0-0-4; Kassidy Seary, 4 0-0-8; Makenzie Maynard, 7 0-1-16; Meg Komendarek, 1 3-6-5; Bridget Murphy 1 1-2-4; Shelby Benjamin, 2 1-2-6. Totals:  20 12-21-57.
CV       11   7   8  14–40
NHS    10 16  16 15-57
Three-point goals: (N) Maynard 2, Dowdall, Murphy, Benjamin. (CV) Gross 2, Ostrum. JV: Norwich won.

Afton 53, Oxford 20
AFTON – Paige Polizzi and Shakari Coss combined for 31 points to lift Afton to a 33-point win over winless Oxford Saturday.
Coss did most of her damage in the first half scoring 10 points, while Polizzi netted 13 of her game-high 18 in the second half.
Of note, everyone on the Crimson Knights’ roster found the scoring column.
Oxford:  Sarah Hodge, 0; Kylie Roys, 1 2-4-4; Leah Karn, 1 0-0-3; K. Diamond, 0; H. Ryan, 1 0-0-2; R. Ehly, 0; R. Seiler, 1 2-4-5; R. Tefft, 3 0-0-6. Totals:  7 4-10-20.
Afton: Shakari Coss, 4 4-7-13; Paige Polizzi, 8 0-0-18; K. Winans, 1 0-2-2; A. Beaulieu, 1 0-0-2; A. Robertson, 1 0-0-2; C. Easy, 1 0-0-2; Maya Kenyon, 1 0-0-2; Brit Palmatier, 2 0-0-4; C. Stevens, 1 0-2-2; Alex  Alford 1 2-2-4; S. Scholier, 1 0-0-2. Totals: 22 6-13-53.
Oxf.     3   7    2   8–20
Aft.   14   15  7   17–53
Three-point goals:  (A) Coss, Polizzi 2. (O) Karn, Seiler.


STAC Tournament
OWEGO – Norwich’s Ty Rifanburg and Zach Mills won back-to-back titles leading Norwich to a third-place finish at the STAC Championships Saturday at Owego.
Rifanburg (126) eked out a 2-1 decision victory for his first STAC championship, while Mills, in just his second full varsity season, nabbed the 132-pound title in a dominant performance.
The Purple Tornado placed six wrestlers in the finals and had two three other wrestlers battle back for third or fourth through the wrestleback round.
Rifanburg squared off with Vestal’s Derek Osman in a hotly anticipated matchup. The two were scheduled to clash last week in the Section IV Dual Meet Tournament, but Vestal elected to rest its key grapplers after clinching a dual win.
Rifanburg, always tough to score on, earned a 2-1 decision win.
Meanwhile, Mills roughed up Sus Valley’s Paddy Lupole garnering a 9-2 decision victory.  Mills’ toughest match was likely his 7-5 decision win in the semifinals over Windsor’s Nick Kennedy.
Placing second for Norwich were Eli Rodriguez (99), Nick Glanville (106), Cole Rifanburg (138), and Brennan Slater (170). Dalen Geislinger was third at 120 pounds as was Mikey Squires at 99 pounds, and Jake Franklin took fourth at 182 pounds.
This story will be updated with quotes later this weekend.
Team scores (top five of 16 teams):  Vestal 222.5; Johnson City, 200; Norwich, 196; Elmira 184; Horseheads, 145.

Oxford 57, Unadilla Valley 24
OXFORD – Only five of the 15 weight classes had matches at Oxford Friday night, and the Blackhawks received the lion’s share of the forfeits in a dual meet win.
Dakota Friedel (195) won by decision for Oxford, while brothers Garyn Huntley and Kordell Huntley notched first-period pins at 220 and 285 pounds.
UV’s two victories on the mat came from Morgan Lakin (120) and Caleb Simons (126) with each winning by pin in the first period.
170:  Dwight Cook (UV) won by fft. 182: Garett Sylstra (O) won by fft. 195: Dakota Friedel (O) dec. James Peterson, 6-1. 220: Garyn Huntley (O) pinned Curtis Wilson, 1:29. 285:  Kordell Huntley (O) pinned Mike Smith, :07. 99:  Cooper Rice (O) won by fft. 106:  Cole Rice (O) won by fft.113:  no match. 120:  Morgan Lakin (UV) pinned Jadon Fritschler, 1:19; 126: Caleb Simons (UV) pinned Brendan Gager, 2:37. 132:  Adam Brady (O) won by fft. 138: Darren Law (O) won by fft. 145: no match. 152: Corey Marshman (O) won by fft. 160:  Avery Elliott (Uv) won by fft.

Adirondack 48, Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton/Harpursville 29
Adirondack’s full lineup afforded it three forfeits against B-G/A/H, and that was nearly the sum of the difference in Friday night’s intersectional matchup of top teams.
It was just the second dual meet loss of the season for the Bears (13-2), who captured seven of the 12 matches that were actually contested.
Dylan Mondore (220) and Brody Oleksak (99) had the lone pins for B-G/A/H. Mondore won in 1:38 over Travis Hastwell, and Oleksak stuck Spencer Hamilton in 3:47.
B-GAH winners: Dylan Mondore (220) pinned Travis Hastwell, 1:38; Brody Oleksak (99) pinned Spencer Hamilton, 3:47. Chris Cirigliano (113) dec. Sean Banks, 7-1. Ben Bivar (145) dec. Brendan Martin, 7-1. 152: Shane Hoover (152) dec. Harry Roberts, 5-2. Madison Hoover (160) dec. Kyle Bush, 8-0. Austin Carr (170) dec. Ben Gerling, 7-1.


Norwich boys beat Owego, CV
NORWICH – Led by red-hot bowler Dylan Gladstone, Norwich’s boys continued to plow forward in the STAC standings topping Owego and Chenango Valley by matching 4-1 scores this week.
Gladstone was the top man in both matchups rolling a 697 series against the Indians, and then topped that mark with a season-high 756 series against the Warriors.
Gladstone’s opening-game 279 against CV set the tone for the day, and his six-game average for the week was 242.1.
Dustin Rifanburg also had a consistent week for NHS with 600-plus series’ in each match. Rifanburg threw 619 and 656 triples respectively to wrap up a week in which he averaged 212.5 per game.
Norwich’s girls, meanwhile, suffered a pair of 5-0 setbacks. LeahAnne Humphrey’s 492 series against CV was the top NHS series for the week.

Honor scores
Norwich 4, CV 1
NHS 2,830-2532
Zach Clipston, 213, Dustin Rifanburg, 233, 619; Dylan Gladstone, 246, 248, 203, 697.
Owego: Gabe Avery, 226.
JV: Owego won 4-1.
NHS 4, Owego 1
NHS 3,046-2,732
Zach Clipston, 204, 225; Dustin Rifanburg, 252, 257, 656; Dylan Gladstone, 279, 219, 258.
JV CV won 5-0.


Syracuse Nottingham 94, Sherburne-Earlville 78
SYRACUSE – Cole Yankowski captured two individual events and added two more wins in relay events leading Sherburne-Earlville’s lineup in a meet loss at Syracuse Nottingham Friday.
Yankowski was victorious in the 100- and 200-yard freestyles, and he anchored the winning 200- and 400-yard freestyle relays.
Braeden Wilson notched a first in the 100-yard butterfly, and Max Britton touched home first in the 50 freestyle.
200 medley relay:  (N), 2:01.71. 200 free: (SE) C. Yankowski, 1:59.98. 200 IM:  (N) Robert Briscoe, 2:27.46. 50 free: (SE) M. Britton, 26.52.  Diving: (N) M. Scott, 167.75. 100 butterfly: (SE) B. Wilson, 1:07.02. 100 free: (SE) C. Yankowski, 52.43. 500 free:  (N) J. Abbott, 6:16.33.  200 free relay: (SE), 1:43.69 (B. Wilson, B. Lambert, M. Britton, C. Yankowski). 100 backstroke: (N) S. Vigliotti, 1:11.66. 100 breaststroke: (N) R. Briscoe, 1:11.02. 400 free relay:  (SE) 4:00.09 (B. Lambert, B. Wilson, M. Britton, C. Yankowski).


Oxford 52, Afton 34
AFTON – Oxford put itself in position to qualify for one of the top four spots in the MAC playoffs after dispatching Afton on the road Friday night.
Josh Nelson scored a game-high 15 points for the Blackhawks (10-7, 7-3), and Kevin Davis finished with a triple-double scoring 11 points to go with 15 rebounds and 12 assists.
“They only had six available, so we went with a run you, press you, and wear-you-out philosophy,” said Oxford coach Tim Davis. “We created a lot of turnovers, and Kevin was pushing the ball up the middle of the court and getting the ball to people like Nelson for layups.”
Oxford finished the first half on a seven-point run to open a 31-13 lead.
Afton made a slight dent in that margin in the third quarter, but did not get the game within single digits.
Oxford is now in the playoff mix with Unadilla Valley and Sidney, who have three and two division losses respectively. Only two of those three teams, Davis said, will earn playoff berths for a right to play for the league championship.
“It’s kind of crazy, and it will all come down to next week’s games,” Tim Davis said.
Oxford plays at Sidney Wednesday.
Oxford:  D. Maricle, 2 0-0-5; J. Davis, 2 0-0-6; Josh Nelson, 7 0-1-14; R. Camadine, 0; Trenton Lyons, 4 0-0-8; S. Ehly, 0; Angelo Gonzalez, 1 0-0-2; Nick Neer, 2 1-2-6; K. Davis, 4 2-2-11. Totals:  22 3-5-52.
Afton: K. Ives, 1 0-0-3; T. King, 3 0-0-7; M. Graven Briggs, 0 1-2-1; J. DeVona,1 2-4-4; C. Graven -Briggs, 3 0-0-7; Kyle Hinman, 5 1-2-12. Totals:  13 4-8-34.
Oxf.     14   17   10  11-52
Aft:  6   7   11   10–34
Three-point goals: (A) Hinman, C. Graven-Briggs, M. Graven Briggs, Ives. (O) J. Davis 2, Neer, K. Davis, D. Maricle.

Sidney 76, Bainbridge-Guilford 38
SIDNEY – Sidney’s home court has proven a difficult place to win for visitors, and that truism played out Friday night as the Warriors blew out the Bobcats.
“We didn’t take care of the ball, and we didn’t rebound it well,” said B-G coach Greg Warren.
Sidney was on pace to surpass 90 points through three quarters before letting off the gas in the final eight points. Through 24 minutes, Sidney mounted a 43-point lead.
Trevor Halaquist scored 17 of B-G in the loss. The Bobcats host Unadilla Valley Monday.
B-G: Kyle Rideout, 1 0-0-2; Trevor Halaquist, 7 1-3-17; Nick Decker, 0; Zach Ouimet, 1 2-2-4; Sean Jones, 2 3-8-7; A. Capalupo, 0; Austin Rowe, 0; Tyler Johnson, 0; Alex DeGroat, 3 0-0-6. Totals:  15 6-13-38.
Sidney:  Boice, 1 0-0-2; Barkus, 0; Vibbard, 1 0-0-3; Gibbs, 0; Smith, 3 1-3-7; T. Dutton, 3 0-0-8; L. Hoskins, 7 2-2-16; K. Smith, 7 0-0-17; E. Finch 5 2-2-14; Karl, 3 2-3-8; Gascon, 0. Totals: 30 7-10-76.
B-G     6    7   13   12–38
Sid.      22  21  26    7–76.
Three-point goals: (BG) Trevor Halaquist 2. (S) Smith 3, E. Finch 2, T. Dutton 2, N. Vibbard.

Cooperstown 67, Sherburne-Earlville 52
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville was out of sorts from the outset Saturday afternoon against visiting Cooperstown.
The visiting club’s Tyler Bertram and Jack Lambert combined for 33 of their team’s 39 points in the first half lifting their club to a 15-point lead at halftime.
S-E (12-5) made a run in the third quarter coming as close as six points before giving that momentum back.
“We just weren’t ready to play today,” said S-E coach Kevin Vibbard. “There was no flow for us on offense throughout the game.”
Bertram had a big game against S-E earlier this season in a defeat to the Marauders. This time around he scored 26 points to lead the way.
“We knew those two kids (Bertram and Lambert) were their scorers, and we let them get too many open jump shots,” Vibbard said.
Dylan Seymour scored 13 for S-E, Gavin Giroux had 12, and Tyler Rodriguez scored a season-best 11 in the loss.
“We were coming off a big league win on Thursday and this was a non-conference game,” Vibbard said. “The next two are league games, and that’s what we have to look forward to.”
The Marauders play at Adirondack Friday.
Coop:  Meyer, 0; Hecox, 3 0-1-9; Lambert 5 0-0-13; Clark, 0;  Hill, 1 0-0-2; Bertram, 9 5-6-23; Bowan, 5 3-4-13; Kennedy, 2 0-0-4. Totals: 25 8-11-67.
SE: Tyler Rodriguez, 2 6-6-11; Tyler Bigford, 0; Keegan Fredricks, 1 1-1-3; Matt Hull 4 2-4-11; Dylan Seymour, 5 1-1-13; Ian Fleming, 0; Jared Jillson, 0; Ian Fredricks, 0; Gavin Giroux, 5 2-2-12; Sam Tuttle, 0 2-2-2. Totals: 17 14-18-52.
Coop   19 20  11  17–67
S-E    9   15  14  11–52
Three-point goals: (SE) Seymour 2, Rodriguez, Hull. (Co) Bertram 3, Lambert 3, Hecox 3.


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