The Daily Star, Oneonta, NY - otsego county news, delaware county news, oneonta news, oneonta sports

January 5, 2013

Franklin downs CV-S at home

--
The Daily Star

---- — STAFF REPORT

Jordan Beers scored a game-high 29 points and Marisa Cawley grabbed 27 rebounds as Franklin stayed undefeated by beating Cherry Valley-Springfield, 53-40, at home in a Tri-Valley League girls basketball game Friday.

“When I added up the totals, I couldn’t believe Marisa had that many rebounds,” Franklin coach Mike Dutcher said. “She has been averaging double figures in rebounds, but she has never had a game like this. CV-S has good players (inside), but she had a very good game.

“She’s a very good athlete,” he continued, “and if she can’t get in the right position to get the rebound, she is very good at tipping it to herself.”

Cawley, who also scored 12 points, had 16 rebounds in the second half.

Dutcher said he was also pleased with reserve forward Mara Stalter, who had five points, seven rebounds and six blocks. She replaced Haley Downin, who left the game in the second quarter with an ankle injury.

“I really have to praise Mara,” he said. “She came in and played out of position, and gave us a really good game.”

Kylie Graham and Maddie Archer scored 10 points each to lead CV-S.

Franklin (6-0, 4-0) plays Friday at Gilbertsville-Mount Upton.

Cooperstown 59,

Hamilton 37

Freshman Liz Millea scored a game-high 18 points as Cooperstown won at home in a Center State Conference Division III game.

“I think the biggest thing for us was we were working really well guarding in half-court defense,” Cooperstown coach Mike Niles said.

Maggie Hall and Sumer Murdoch had 10 points each for the Redskins, who also received nine points and 10 rebounds from Alannah Haggerty, and 11 rebounds from Nicole Cring.

Hayleigh Hansen scored 11 points to lead Hamilton.

Cooperstown (7-1, 3-0) hosts Sauquoit Valley on Wednesday.

Davenport 43, Andes 19

Sarah Haight scored a game-high 11 points as unbeaten Davenport won at home in the Delaware League.

The Wildcats held Andes scoreless in the first quarter and led, 24-2, at halftime.

Kelsey Little, Shianne Coss and Cassidy Storey all had four points for the Mountaineers.

Jenna Lutz had eight points and 10 rebounds for Davenport (5-0, 3-0), which is at Margaretville on Tuesday.

Worcester 40, RS 28

Cassie Sklenka scored nine of her game-high 13 points from the foul line as Worcester won on the road in the Tri-Valley League.

Jillian Perrillo scored 10 points for the Wolverines, who went 22-for-37 from the free throw line.

Jerikah Hext, Morgan Sylvester and Petra Peretin scored five points each to lead Richfield Springs (1-5, 0-4), which is at Schenevus on Wednesday.

Greene 47, Afton 33

Kaitlyn Gorton scored a game-high 18 points to lead Greene to a home win in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Payton Cutting and Ashley Rogalsky scored eight points each to lead Afton.

Rebecca Smith scored 14 points for Greene (6-2, 3-1), which is at Walton on Wednesday.

SK 50, H-T 38

Kayla Craft, normally known for her offensive exploits around the basket, hit four three-pointers and scored a game-high 22 points as unbeaten South Kortright won on the road in the Delaware League.

“When a center can step up and hit four threes, it’s hard to contain,” H-T coach Nate Jones said of Craft.

The Rams led by nine at halftime. Craft hit two threes and Miquela Hanselman also hit a three early in the quarter as SK quickly extended its lead. Craft finished with three threes and 11 points in the third quarter, when the Rams went on an 18-10 run to take a 40-23 lead.

Hanselman had nine points and Tori Rockefeller finished with eight for SK.

Sam Dibbell’s 10 points paced H-T, which received nine points from Sarah Murin and eight from Taylor Firmalino.

The Wildcats (6-3, 3-3) will travel to Stamford on Tuesday.

Downsville 47,

Margaretville 40

Kaileen Townsend’s seven-point fourth quarter included a 5-for-6 showing at the free throw line as visiting Downsville pulled away for a Delaware League victory.

Townsend finished with a game-high 15 points. Teammate Samantha Bingay had 10 points, two more than Courtney Jennings and Ginny Gilkeson.

Annette Hogan had 12 points and six assists for Margaretville (2-6, 1-4), which received 10 points from Tess Svoboda.

The Blue Devils will host Davenport on Tuesday.

Harpursville 71, Delhi 29

Miranda Drummond scored a game-high 26 points and Savannah Murray had 21 as visiting Harpursville cruised to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Senior forward Kaitlin Haynes had a season-high 24 points for the Bulldogs (0-8), who faced a 34-9 deficit at halftime.

“She really stepped it up tonight,” Delhi coach Jessica Laing said of Haynes, who hit eight field goals and went 7-for-10 at the foul line. “She was crashing the boards, getting offensive rebounds and putting them back up. She was making herself open and getting more aggressive.”

Delhi plays Worcester at 5 p.m. Saturday in the consolation game of the Ray Preston Tournament at Davenport. The championship game between Schenevus and the host Wildcats has been rescheduled for Jan. 19 at Davenport because of a scheduling conflict, Davenport coach Ray Preston said Friday night.

Milford 43, Edmeston 27

Addy Lawson had 13 points and 10 steals to lead host Milford (4-2, 3-1) to a Tri-Valley League triumph.

Teammate Marina Steele fell one point shy of a double-double, complementing her nine-point effort with 10 rebounds.

Edmeston held a 4-3 lead after one quarter, but Milford took control with a 16-4 advantage in the second period.

“We made some shots in the second quarter,” said Milford coach Jim Weir, who received eight points from Lawson in the period. “We didn’t really shoot well in the first quarter.”

Savanna Fistrowicz’s eight points paced the Panthers, who were outscored, 30-9, in the middle quarters.

Milford will play Stamford in the championship game of the Stamford Tournament at 4:30 p.m. Saturday.

Gilboa 41, Windham 11

Brooke Koerner and Shelby Oliver had respective 14- and 11-point nights to lead visiting Gilboa in the Delaware League.

Koerner had eight points by halftime as the Wildcats took a 17-4 lead.

Keily Linger had four points for Windham (0-7), which will travel to Hunter-Tannersville on Thursday.

Stamford 33, Jefferson 20

Nalaeh Meier scored five points during a 12-2 third-quarter run that lifted host Stamford to a Delaware League victory.

Stamford extended a five-point halftime lead to 25-10 after three quarters. Meier finished with nine points. Teammate Erin Hull had a game-high 11 points.

Emily Wenner had nine points for Jefferson.

Stamford (5-1, 4-1) will play Milford in the final at Stamford Tournament on Saturday.

Morris 45, Schenevus 33

All but six of Kelsea Webster’s game-high 19 points came before halftime as host Morris opened a 10-point lead en route to a Tri-Valley League victory.

The Mustangs (5-0) received 10 points, 14 rebounds, three blocks and three steals from Haley Wist.

Sarah Mellor and Sierra Bentley had 11 and nine points, respectively, for Schenevus.

Morris will travel to Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Wednesday.

UV 57, Sidney 31

Six of Corrine Izard’s 14 points came during a 17-0 run in the third quarter that helped visiting Unadilla Valley to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Kelsey Decker, who scored a game-high 18 points, hit both of her three-pointers in the first half as Sidney stayed close at 23-18.

“They went to a 1-3-1 trap and we couldn’t get any shots,” Sidney coach Brad Aldridge said of the Storm’s 17-0 third-quarter dominance.

Amanda Off had a team-high 17 points for the Storm, who received eight points apiece from Taylor Davis and Jordan Anderson.

Sidney (1-7, 1-3) will play at Afton at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

B-G 26, Hancock 19

Morgan Bullis scored half of her game-high 12 points in the second quarter as Bainbridge-Guilford won a Midstate Athletic Conference road game in which neither side scored as many as 10 points in a quarter.

Bullis’ second quarter helped the Bobcats to a 14-8 halftime lead.

Hancock pulled to 21-16 in the fouth quarter, but a 1-for-8 performance from the free throw line prevented the Wildcats from getting any closer. For the game, Hancock went 4-for-21 from the line. B-G was slightly better at 6-for-16.

Lea Newman had seven points for the Wildcats (4-5).