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January 11, 2013

Bliss, Sims carry Redskins to OT win

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Stamford 43, Margaretville 38

Kim Freer scored 10 of her game-high 17 points as Stamford opened 10-point halftime lead and held on to win the Delaware League.

Cassie Ehrhart contributed 14 points for the Indians, who led 34-20, heading into the final quarter.

Annette Hogan hit two three-pointers and Kellsey Buerge hit a pair of jumpers in the fourth quarter for Margaretville, but the Blue Devils never got their deficit below five points.

Tess Svoboda had a team-high nine points — one more than Hogan — for Margaretville (3-7, 2-5), which will travel to Roxbury a week from today.

H-T 61, Windham 23

Sarah Murin and Taylor Firmalino had 10 points apiece as host Hunter-Tannersville took a 19-point lead into halftime en route to a Delaware League victory.

Murin finished with 14 points and nine assists. Firmalino had eight rebounds to go along with 12 points and Rae Goss contributed nine points for the Wildcats (7-4, 4-4), who will travel to Davenport on Wednesday.

Hannah Exum had 11 points to lead Windham.

Downsville 60, Andes 40

Kaileen Townsend scored all of her game-high 19 points after halftime to lead visiting Downsville to a Delaware League victory.

Andes stayed close in the first half. Jade Litaker scored seven of her team-high 16 points in the second quarter as the Mountaineers trailed, 19-18 at halftime.

Then Townsend took over.

“She’s good off the dribble and she can get to the basket as well,” Andes coach Jeff Rhone said of Townsend, who went 7-for-8 from the free throw line.

Leigha Latourette and Samantha Bingay had 13 points apiece for the Eagles.

Sam Falco contributed 12 points for Andes (1-8), which will host Jefferson on Wednesday.

Roxbury 44, Gilboa 26

Kennedy Faraci scored a game-high 19 points to lead visiting Roxbury to a Delaware League victory.

Faraci hit five field goals and went 9-for-12 at the foul line, where the Rockets finished 16-for-28.

Brooke Koerner’s eight points paced the Wildcats (7-4, 5-4), who held a 13-11 lead after one quarter but were outscored, 12-2, in the second.

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