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February 13, 2013

Davenport's Preston ties state record for victories

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Sidney 38, Hancock 37

Kelsey Decker and Jolene Krom made four three-pointers apiece to lead visiting Sidney to a victory in the consolation game of the Midstate Athletic Conference 5-8 tournament.

Decker finished with a game-high 15 points, one more than Krom. Decker hit two three-pointers in the third quarter in helping the Warriors take a 30-24 lead into the final period.

Hancock rallied in the final quarter. Caitlin Wormuth went to the line with .7 seconds left in regulation. Wormuth made the first free throw to cap her 14-point night. She missed the second and the rebound went out of bounds as the clock ran out.

Brianna McClennon contributed nine points for Sidney.

Kayla Barringer and Ashley Banicky had 13 and 10 rebounds, respectively, for Hancock (8-10), which will play in the Section Four Class D tournament next Tuesday.

Deposit 43, Walton 31

Catherine Bush and Lakeisha Allen scored five points apiece during a 16-5 second-quarter run that lifted host Deposit to victory in the consolation game of the 9-12 Midstate Athletic Conference tournament.

Bush hit a three-pointer and Allen had an old-fashion three-point play in the second quarter, which ended with the Lumberjacks ahead, 24-16.

Bush finished with a team-high 13 points and Kayla Miller had 11 rebounds for Deposit, which finishes its season at 4-14.

Cortney Miller had a game-high 14 points for Walton.

Richfield Springs 56,

St. Johnsville 38

Kaity Richvalsky scored a game-high 21 points to lead the host Indians to a non-league victory.

Ashley Fuller contributed 12 points and 11 rebounds, and Vanessa Miller finished with six points and 14 rebounds for Richfield Springs (4-12), which will travel to Milford today.

Stamford 49, Windham 23

Erin Hull and Cassie Ehrhart had 11 points apiece, and Naleah Meier contributed 10 as visiting Stamford won in the Delaware League on Monday.

Rachel Iacono had nine points for Windham, which ended its season at 0-14.

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