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January 14, 2013

Unatego crowns four champions at Wickham Classic


Josh Davi’s 15-point night included three three-pointers for the Wildcats (4-5), who led, 24-10, at halftime.

Billy Smith and Dayton Frey had six points for Downsville.

Davenport travels to Hunter-Tannersville on Tuesday.

SK 57, Jefferson 46

Anthony Salcido scored a season-high 26 points to lead South Kortright to a Delaware League victory on the road Friday.

Salcido hit 11 field goals – including the Rams’ only three-pointer – and went 3-for-7 at the foul line for SK, which took a 32-21 lead into halftime.

The Rams played without top scorer Trevor Holdridge. Jefferson coach Rick Cammer said he was unsure if Holdridge’s absence was related to illness or injury or both.

James Reeves scored 15 points and Nicholas Starheim had 13 to pace the J-Hawks (0-8), who are off until a Jan. 22 game at Windham.

Gilboa 56, Roxbury 38

Gilboa used a 25-8 run to begin the second half Friday and went on to a road victory in the Delaware League.

Zak Perry scored a game-high 17 points and Tyler Latta contributed 16 for the Wildcats, who received 12 points from Hunter Grace.

Dakota Caronia scored 11 points to lead Roxbury (4-5, 4-2), which will host South Kortright on Wednesday.

H-T 65, Windham 24

Dylan Legg scored 17 points and Neal Statts had 15 to lead Hunter-Tannersville, which won on the road Friday in the Delaware League.

Zach Mudge contributed 13 points for the Wildcats.

Luke Rasmussen had 11 points for Windham (2-5, 2-5), which will travel to Stamford on Tuesday.


Davenport 49, Jefferson 33

Cassie Wubbenhorst scored a game-high 15 points as Davenport won a Delaware League road game Saturday with a strong second-half performance.

Jefferson led, 22-15, at halftime before getting outscored, 20-6, in the third quarter. The Wildcats made 18 of 20 free throws, compared to a 4-for-7 performance at the foul line for the J-Hawks.

“They have a good three-quarter-court, 1-2-2 defense that caused us problems,” Jefferson coach Scott Valens said. “They went to that in the second half. We started making turnovers and that gave them easy lay-ups.”

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