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January 30, 2014

Beers, Cawley help Franklin girls clinch division

Staff Report

Double-doubles from Jordan Beers and Marisa Cawley lifted Franklin to a 58-15 girls basketball triumph at Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Wednesday in the Tri-Valley League.

Beers hit six three-pointers en route to a game-high 24 points for the Purple Devils (12-0, 10-0), who clinched the T-V West Division for a spot in the league championship game Feb. 15 at Oneonta State. Beers, who is second on the all-time Section Four girls scoring list with 2,244 points, also grabbed 10 rebounds. Harpursville’s Hannah Kimmel graduated in 2011 with 2,692 points.

Cawley, who sank two threes, amassed 20 points and 12 rebounds for Franklin, which took a 32-8 lead into halftime.

Mackenzie Talbot’s seven points paced the Raiders (2-12, 1-9), who host Morris on Friday.

Roxbury 62, Stamford 43

Sophomores Stacey Sprague and Jade Meehan finished with varsity-highs in rebounds and points, respectively, to lead Roxbury to a Delaware League victory at home.

Sprague complemented a 14-point night with a varsity-best 23 rebounds for the Rockets, who received a varsity-high 20 points, 10 rebounds and five steals from Meehan.

Shannon Sprague contributed 10 points for Roxbury (8-5, 8-3), who took a 35-13 lead into halftime.

Heather Dunning’s 13 points paced Stamford, which received 11 from Nora Hager and 10 from Kimi Freer.

Roxbury visits Jefferson tonight.


Kenny Macumber rolled a pair of 203 games en route to a match-best 547 series as Deposit earned a 4-0 MAC boys victory on the road.

Trisha McElroy highlighted a 529 series with a 219 game for Hancock’s girls, who won, 3-1. Katrina Lester’s 200 paced Deposit’s girls.

Hancock hosts Afton on Friday to close its regular season. The Wildcats will then compete in the MAC Championships on Tuesday at Sunset Lanes in Kirkwood.

VOLLEYBALLCooperstown 3, F-S 0

Caroline Leonard finished with 10 kills and four aces to lead host Cooperstown to a Center State Conference victory that clinched the Division II championship for the Hawkeyes.

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