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December 12, 2012

Big second quarter lifts SK girls over Downsville


Kayla Craft and Tori Rockefeller had nine points apiece during a huge second-quarter run that lifted visiting South Kortright to a 55-41 Delaware League girls basketball victory over Downsville on Tuesday.

The unbeaten Rams outscored Downsville, 25-8, in the second quarter.

“Defensively, we let off of them,” Downsville coach Courtney Hoyt said of the second quarter that wiped out the Eagles’ 14-9 lead after one quarter. “We got a little tired in the second quarter.”

Craft finished with a game-high 27 points, and Rockefeller had 14 points and four steals. Miquela Hanselman contributed 10 rebounds for SK.

Kaileen Townsend led Downsville with 14 points and seven rebounds. Ashley Bivens grabbed 10 rebound for the Eagles (1-3, 0-2), who travel to Jefferson on Friday.

Davenport 51, Windham 17

Ten of Jenna Lutz’s game-high 16 points came in the first half as visiting Davenport opened a 29-9 lead en route to a Delaware League victory.

Sarah Haight and Cassie Wubbenhorst had 13 and 11 points, respectively, for the Wildcats.

Hannah Exum scored seven points and Keily Linger grabbed eight rebounds for Windham (0-6, 0-4), which travels to Margaretville on Thursday.

Walton 33, Delhi 25

Cortney Miller finished with game-highs of 13 points, 12 rebounds and six steals as host Walton won a non-league game between Midstate Athletic Conference rivals.

Miller scored eight points in the third quarter in helping the Warriors extend a six-point halftime lead to 30-19.

Kaitlin Haynes had 12 points and eight rebounds for Delhi (0-3), which will play Unadilla Valley on Friday.

Walton (2-2) will travel to Unatego on Friday.

H-T 41, Margaretville 35

Sam Dibbell scored a game-high 13 points, including four in the fourth quarter, to lead Hunter-Tannersville to a Delaware League victory.

Sarah Murin contributed 11 points, two more than teammate Taylor Dart, for the Wildcats, who outscored Margaretville, 15-10, over the final eight minutes.

Tess Svoboda and Megan McKenna had 10 and nine points, respectively, for Margaretville.

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