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December 12, 2013

Delhi boys top Walton, move to 4-0

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It’s starting to look like Easter in Delhi.

Every Delhi player who entered Wednesday’s non-league boys basketball game had a basket as the host Bulldogs topped Midstate Athletic Conference rival Walton, 63-57.

“That’s the fourth game in a row that everybody who dressed for us scored a bucket,” Delhi coach Warren Kelly said. “Everybody’s contributing right now.”

Alex Specht and Connor Gioffe made the biggest contributions for the Bulldogs (4-0), scoring 19 and 15 points, respectively. Gioffe’s total included a 9-for-11 showing at the foul line, including a 4-for-4 effort down the stretch that helped secure the victory.

Mike Staples scored all 12 of his points in the second half for Delhi, which took a 25-17 lead into halftime.

Colin Adam’s 15 points paced the Warriors, who received 12 points from Michael Lindsay and 11 from Jared Beach. Walton finished with seven three-point field goals, including three from Eric Zimmerman (nine points).

Delhi opens MAC play at home Friday against Unadilla Valley.

Davenport 49, H-T 33

Josh Davi scored a game-high 16 points, including four three-pointers, to lead visiting Davenport to a Delaware League victory.

Davi hit three threes in the third quarter, when Davenport went on a 15-10 run.

‘‘We didn’t close out on Davi very well,’’ H-T coach Chris Glennon said.

Dylan Legg had a game-high 12 points for Hunter-Tannersville (2-2, 1-1), which finished 2-for-17 at the foul line.

‘‘We have to shoot the ball better from the foul line and the field,’’ said Glennon, whose team trailed, 22-13, at halftime.

H-T travels to Windham on Friday.

BOWLING

at Oneonta

Caryn Balnis’ team-best 616 series included games of 214 and 224 as host Oneonta High earned a victory in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.

Jeanette Rock contributed a 595 series that featured a match-best 241 and a 202 for the Yellowjackets, who received a 224 game and a 584 series from Emily Loucks.

Miranda Kruger rolled a 233 for OHS as well.

Chenango Valley’s Alaena Sullivan had the best series with a 631, highlighted by games of 232 and 223.