The Daily Star
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Addy Lawson hit two late free throws Thursday, capping a 10-point effort that lifted host Milford to a 40-38 girls basketball victory over Cherry Valley-Springfield in the opening round of the Anton Remy Tournament.
Lawson also had 10 rebounds and eight steals for the Wildcats, who received a game-high 12 points from Peggy Paffenroth in the season opener for both teams.
The Patriots’ Maddie Archer also scored 12 points.
Cherry-Valley Springfield, which was outscored, 13-9, in the fourth quarter, plays Franklin at 6 p.m. today in the second game of the three-team round-robin tournament.
Milford will face Franklin at 5:45 p.m. Saturday in the tournament finale.
Davenport 50, Walton 29
Melissa Sperry scored 17 points to lead Davenport to a non-league road win in the season opener for both teams.
Jenna Lutz contributed 12 points for the Wildcats, who held an 8-0 lead after one quarter.
Mikaelan Cucciarre-Stuligross and Cortney Miller scored 13 and 12 points, respectively, for Walton, which hosts Fallsburg in the Walton Tip-Off Tournament on Tuesday.
Andes 31, Windham 26
Shianne Coss scored 11 points to lead the Mountaineers to a Delaware League road win in its season opener.
Cheyenne Weaver contributed eight points for Andes, which held Windham to 10 points in the second half.
Rachel Iacono’s seven points paced the Warriors, who host Jefferson on Wednesday.
Roxbury 39, H-T 35
Kennedy Faraci scored a game-best 15 points for Roxbury, which received 11 from Kendall Sprague in a season-opening road win.
Sprague snapped a 34-all tie by hitting a basket with about two minutes left, helping Roxbury rally from 10 points down in the third quarter.
Taylor Firmalino finished with 11 points, 12 rebounds and five steals for Hunter-Tannersville (1-2, 0-2), which visits at Andes on Wednesday.
Cassie Ehrhart scored 20 points and Kim Freer had 18 to lift Stamford to a season-opening road win in the Delaware League.
The Indians controlled the game early, taking a 14-7 lead after one quarter with the help of eight points from Ehrhart.
Downsville responded with a 13-6 advantage in the second period to tie the score at 20 at halftime. The Indians followed with a 19-7 third quarter to essentially secure the victory.
Kaileen Townsend had five steals and sank three three-pointers en route to 13 points for the Eagles, who play Delhi in the Walton Tip-Off Tournament on Tuesday.