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February 22, 2014

SK stuns T-V champs to reach semi|

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Perry scored six points in the opening quarter, which ended with the co-Delaware League champion Wildcats (15-4) ahead, 16-13. Southern Cayuga then hit five of its 10 three-pointers in the second period as the Chiefs took a 39-31 advantage into halftime.

Tom Miller scored 15 of his team-high 26 points before halftime for SC.

"We knew he was as good as advertised," Gilboa coach Andrew Dumas said.

Christian Cooper contributed 17 points for Gilboa, which faced a two-point deficit with 30 seconds left.

"We got a steal, then lost it, which forced us to foul," Dumas said.

Logan Clark and Justin Schneider had 14 points apiece four Southern Cayuga (9-8).

SC 73, Gilboa 65

SECTION FOUR CLASS D

Quarterfinal

5-SOUTHERN CAYUGA (9-8): Tom Miller 9 6-6 26, Brent Bianconi 1 0-0 3, Steve Farkas 0 0-0 0, Logan Clark 3 5-8 14, Ben Malone 1 2-4 4, Chad Reeves 2 1-3 6, Jack Stebbins 2 0-1 6, Justin Schneider 6 1-3 14. TOTALS: 24 15-25 73.

4-GILBOA (15-4): Zach Perry 12 10-10 34, Hunter Perry 0 2-2 2, Mychal Grant 0 0-0 0, Hunter Grace 4 0-0 8, Ben Standhart 2 0-0 4, Phillip Berger 0 0-0 0, Kevin Dudley 0 0-0 0, Christian Cooper 7 1-7 17. TOTALS: 25 13-19 65.

SC ..... 13 26 13 21 - 73

Gilboa ..... 16 15 18 16 - 65

Three-point field goals: S 10 (Clark 3, Miller 2, Stebbins 2, Bianconi, Reeves, Schneider); G 2 (Cooper 2).

Edmeston 67, Stamford 49

Linton Wainright scored 18 points and Logan Vibbard had 15 to lead Edmeston to a quarterfinal victory in the Section Four Class D Tournament.

Their efforts helped the Panthers (18-1) offset a game-high 25 points from Stamford's Matt Anderson, who hit five three-point field goals.

"Anderson shot the lights out in the first half with 17 points," Edmeston coach Darren Belden said. "We sort of put the clamps on him in the second half."

Wainright sank four threes for Edmeston, which secured the victory with a 17-9 advantage in the fourth quarter.

"It was a rough week in practice trying to get them to get going again," said Belden, whose team fell in overtime to Milford, 52-47, in the Tri-Valley League championship game this past Saturday. "We got down, 8-2, but we just kept digging. We just kept running in the second half. I think we just tired them out quite a bit."

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