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February 1, 2014

Oneonta boys improve to 12-2 with 57-43 victory at home

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Shackleton finished with 18 points and Dufresne scored 16.

Kellen Komenda’s 23 points paced Unatego, which received 21 points from Tanner Winchester.

Walton 68, Hancock 46

Colin Adam scored 13 of his game-high 21 points, including two of his four three-pointers, in the third quarter as host Walton won a MAC game.

The Warriors (7-9, 6-5) had a one-point advantage at halftime before outscoring Hancock, 47-26, in the second half.

Wyatt Finn finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Warriors, who received 12 rebounds and seven assists from Jared Beach.

“We came out with more intensity and Colin got hot,” Walton coach Gary Backus said of his team’s performance after halftime.

Zach Worobey and Ryan Smith each scored 13 points for Hancock, which received 11 from Lewis Hall.

Walton will play in a MAC 5-8 Tournament semifinal Wednesday.

Delhi 49, B-G 31

Alex Specht scored eight of his game-high 14 points in the fourth quarter to help Delhi to a MAC victory.

Michael Staples contributed seven of his 13 points in the decisive fourth, when the Bulldogs (9-7, 5-6) outscored Bainbridge-Guilford, 23-8.

Bailey Green scored 10 points to lead the Bobcats.

Nate Denison also scored 13 points for Delhi, which will play a MAC 5-8 Tournament semifinal Wednesday.

Edmeston 43, Laurens 30

Brandon Fallon finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds to help undefeated Edmeston to a Tri-Valley League victory at home.

Lgan Vibbard contributed 10 points for the state-ranked Panthers (17-0, 13-0), who took a 20-12 lead into halftime.

Mitchell Barra’s 13 points paced the Leopards.

Edmeston is off until Feb. 15, when it will play Milford for the Tri-Valley League championship at Oneonta State.

Schenevus 59, CV-S 48

Thirteen of Robert Burton’s game-high 23 points came after halftime to lead host Schenevus in the Tri-Valley League.

After the teams played to a 30-30 standoff in the first half, the Dragons limited Cherry Valley-Springfield to 18 points in the second half.

“We held them to one shot,” Schenevus coach Kerry Mason said. “We got everybody involved and we held our composure and finished the game off. Hopefully, this will be a building block for these kids in the future.”

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