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February 2, 2013

Buzzer-beater sinks CV-S boys

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Schenevus 44, Worcester 37

Robert Burton’s 14 points, including three three-pointers, helped visiting Schenevus to a Tri-Valley League win.

Teammate Kevin Weinert chipped in eight points to help the Dragons improve to 4-5 in league play.

“The difference in the game was the last two minutes of the second quarter,” Worcester coach Jim Kenyon said of a Schenevus run that gave them a four-point halftime lead.

Jordan Wood paced Worcester with 14 points and three three-pointers. Teammates Tim Mould and J.T. Horne contributed seven points each.

Worcester will host Richfield Springs on Wednesday.

Deposit 49, Afton 44

Deposit outscored visiting Afton, 18-13, in the fourth quarter to earn a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Matt Mills scored a game-high 23 points, which included 10 in an 18-13 fourth quarter in favor of the Lumberjacks.

Kyle Hinman scored 17 points and Mitch Decker contributed 12 to pace Afton.

Deposit (7-8) travels to Sidney on Monday.

Walton 64, Hancock 55

Walton outscored the host school by 11 points in the fourth quarter to overcome a two-point deficit and win in the MAC.

Dalton Kaminsky scored a game-high 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Warriors (5-11, 5-6), who received 10 points apiece from Colin Adam and Trevor Zandt.

“Our defensive pressure in the fourth quarter forced a few turnovers and we were able to get some easy buckets in transition,” Walton coach Gary Williams said. “We were well-balanced in the fourth quarter and were able to run our offensive sets.”

Tyler Philips scored 26 points and Zach Worobey contributed 13 for Hancock.

CV 80, Oneonta 44

Zach Collins needed but three quarters to score a game-high 30 points as host Chenango Valley cruised to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference win at home.

The Warriors made 13 three-pointers.

“If there was a camera man, you wouldn’t see us in any of the photos,” OHS coach Jerry Mackey said of his team’s inability to guard CV shooters. “We just didn’t defend the (three-point) line. We played man to not give up threes, we gave up early offense in transition because we weren’t back, we left guys who are shooters and guarded guys who weren’t. It was a disastrous effort.

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