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December 18, 2012

SK girls win without Craft

STAFF REPORT

Miquela Hanselman scored a game-high 18 points Monday to lead two-time defending Section Four Class D champion South Kortright to a 53-35 Delaware League girls basketball victory at Margaretville.

Hanselman’s night included an 8-for-10 showing at the free throw line. SK outscored the Blue Devils, 15-3, at the free throw line.

The unbeaten Rams played without senior forward Kayla Craft, a Fifth Team all-state pick a season ago. She averaged 17.6 points through SK’s first five games this season. Margaretville coach Kyle Holden said Craft missed the game with an unspecified injury.

“They’re still the team to beat,” Holden said of SK. “Even with Kayla Craft on the bench, they’re still very good.

“They were very aggressive tonight,” he continued. “We cut it to within eight points several times in the second half, but then we just ran out of gas.”

Brianna Laing scored 14 points and Tori Rockefeller contributed 11 for SK.

Sami Hunt scored 12 points to lead Margaretville (2-5, 1-3), which plays Wednesday at Andes.

Jefferson 50, Windham 10

Elissa Starheim had a game-high 15 points to go along with eight rebounds and six blocks to lead host Jefferson to a Delaware League victory.

Starheim had eight points and Emily Wenner contributed four points as the J-Hawks jumped out to a 17-0 lead after one quarter.

Jefferson (2-2, 2-2) will play host to Hunter-Tannersville on Wednesday.

Keily Linger had six points for Windham.

CV-S 38, Laurens 18

Lauren Loucks scored a game-high 12 points as Cherry Valley-Springfield won on the road in the Tri-Valley on Friday.

Jordan Loucks scored 10 points and Maddie Archer contributed eight for the Patriots.

Claire Fraser scored six points to lead Laurens (0-3, 0-2), which plays at Morris today.

BOYS BASKETBALL

H-T 76, Jefferson 35

Zach Mudge scored half of his game-high 22 points in the first quarter as Hunter-Tannersville took a 23-5 lead en route to a Delaware League victory at home.

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