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February 6, 2014

Snowstorm erases Wednesday's entire local sports schedule

Staff Report

Cooperstown Central will be busy tonight.

Wednesday’s snowstorm wiped out all of the scheduled sports events in the area, moving Cooperstown’s non-league girls basketball game against visiting Unatego to 7:30 tonight.

The Hawkeyes will wear pink jerseys and hold a 50-50 raffle during the varsity-only Coaches vs. Cancer game, which will follow a Section Three Class C-2 Volleyball Tournament match between fifth-seeded Sandy Creek and fourth-seeded host Cooperstown. The sectional volleyball opener begins at 6 p.m. today, with the winner advancing to a Tuesday semifinal against top-seeded Onondaga or No. 8 seed Manlius-Pebble Hill.

Chittenango High will host the C-2 final Feb. 13 and the overall Class C championship match at 11 a.m. Feb. 15.

SUNY Delhi’s basketball doubleheader at Schenectady County Community College also moved from Wednesday to tonight, with the Broncos women playing at 5 p.m. and their men at 7 p.m.

The following events also were snowed out Wednesday night and rescheduled.

Boys Basketball

Midstate Athletic Conference 5-8 Tournament semifinals: 8-Harpursville at 5-Walton (7:15 p.m. Friday); 7-Delhi at 6-Oxford (7 p.m. Monday).

Midstate Athletic Conference 9-12 Tournament semifinals: 12-Bainbridge-Guilford at 9-Afton (7 p.m. today); 11-Deposit at 10-Hancock (7:15 p.m. today).

Girls Basketball

Andes at Roxbury (4 p.m. today)

Stamford at Davenport (5 p.m. today)

Worcester at Schenevus (7 p.m. today; Senior Night)

Gilboa at South Kortright (1 p.m. Saturday)

Downsville at Jefferson (5 p.m. Monday)

BOYS BASKETBALLFranklin 49, G-MU 34

Derek Beers scored nine of his game-high 18 points in the first quarter to lead visiting Franklin to a Tri-Valley League victory Tuesday.

“He scored early and made some nice passes to get his teammates involved,” Gilbertsville-Mount Upton coach Matt Johnson said of Beers, who helped the Purple Devils to a 17-8 lead after eight minutes.

Kyle Martin contributed 15 points for the Purple Devils, who received 10 points from Billy Davis.

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