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January 31, 2014

Unbeaten SK girls ride big second quarter to victory


Emily Wenner contributed nine points for Jefferson (3-10), which travels to Stamford on Monday.

UV 46, Unatego 29

Taylor Davis scored seven of her game-high 20 points to lead a 21-3 first-quarter run that carried host Unadilla Valley to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

“We had Senior Night tonight and we just pressed right out of the gate,” UV coach Brandi Whitbeck said.

Corrine Izard contributed eight points for the defending MAC champion Storm (9-6, 8-3), who will play Harpursville or Sidney next week in a conference semifinal.

Marissa Woodard’s 15 points paced Unatego.

BOYS BASKETBALLGilboa 89, Middleburgh 84

Christian Cooper and Zach Perry scored season-highs of 33 and 31 points, respectively, to lead Gilboa to a non-league road win in overtime.

Cooper had six points in the extra period, when the Wildcats outscored Middleburgh, 10-5. He and Perry made four foul shots apiece in overtime, helping Gilboa to a 19-for-23 free throw performance.

Hunter Grace contributed 14 points for Gilboa, which rallied from a 38-31 halftime deficit. Cooper also grabbed 12 rebounds and Ben Standhart finished with seven points and eight assists.

Ryan Bechtold and Troy Hinkley scored 21 points apiece for Middleburgh, which received 20 points from Tanner VanAller and 14 from Adam McMullen.

Gilboa (11-3) visits Roxbury at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

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