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January 30, 2014

Edmeston boys top Morris to remain perfect

Staff Report

Linton Wainwright scored a team-high 11 points to lead undefeated Edmeston to a 47-39 boys basketball triumph at Moris on Wednesday in the Tri-Valley League.

Logan Vibbard contributed 10 points for T-V West Division champion Edmeston (16-0, 12-0), which will play East Division winner Milford for the league title Feb. 15 at Oneonta State.

The Panthers, who played without the injured Nick DeVries, took a 24-15 lead into halftime.

Mike Murphy finished with a game-high 13 points for Morris (3-10, 3-7), which received 10 points from Aidan Staib.

The Mustangs host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Friday, when Edmeston hosts Laurens.

Laurens 72, Franklin 57

Junior forward Mitchell Barra scored a varsity-best 35 points to lead Laurens to a Tri-Valley League win at home.

Barra, who hit four of Laurens’ eight three-pointers, also grabbed 13 rebounds for the Leopards (10-5, 8-3), who rallied from a 16-12 deficit with a 24-12 advantage in the second quarter.

Jared Conklin contributed 10 points for Laurens, which visits T-V West Division champion Edmeston on Friday.

Derek Beers had 29 points and made three of Franklin’s 10 three-pointers.

CV-S 44, Worcester 27

Ben Drugatz had a team-best 13 points to lead visiting Cherry Valley-Springfield to victory in the Tri-Valley League.

Tim Mould scored eight of his game-high 14 points for Worcester in the second quarter, helping the Wolverines to a 16-11 edge at halftime.

Drugatz and Wyatt Crowley combined for 11 points in the third quarter, when CV-S outscored Worcester, 19-2.

‘‘Their pressure killed us,’’ said Worcester coach Jim Kenyon, whose team committed 11 turnovers in the third period.

Crowley finished with 12 points for the Patriots.

Worcester (7-8, 3-5) visits Richfield Springs on Friday.

Oxford 46, Sidney 45

Kevin Davis scored the go-ahead points on a layup with 35 seconds left as Oxford earned a road victory in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

With fouls to give, the Blackhawks burned seconds off the clock to force Sidney into a desperation three-pointer that missed at the buzzer.

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