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December 19, 2012

OHS boys lose on the road

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Gilboa was led by Tyler Latta’s 13 points.

Stamford (4-1, 3-0) will host Roxbury in a non-league contest Thursday.

Cooperstown 57, Mt. Markham 50

Ethan Bliss scored 22 points to lead visiting Cooperstown to a Center State Conference victory.

Bliss hit four three-pointers.

Sophomore Jack Donnelly contributed seven points, including the go-ahead basket with a minute left. Donnelly also went 3-for-3 from the free throw line in the final minute to seal it.

“We are coming along,” said Cooperstown coach Dave Bertram, who lost all five starters to graduation from last season’s team that advanced to the Class C state semifinals. “We are young, but I like what I am seeing.”

Noah Sims had 12 points for Cooperstown (2-3, 1-2), which will host Hamilton on Thursday.

Unadilla Valley 63, Walton 41

David Dufresne scored 19 points and Nate Shackelton contributed 13 as visiting Unadilla Valley cruised to victory in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Walton received 15 points and 10 rebounds from Dalton Kaminsky _ back from a broken arm suffered during the football season.

The Warriors (0-5) will travel to Sidney on Friday.

Delhi 53, Afton 49

Ben Denison and Brandon Simonds combined for six three-pointers and 39 points to lead Delhi to a road win in the Midstate athletic conference.

Denison and Simonds each hit key three-point field goals that helped stretch a one-point Bulldog lead at halftime to nine points by the end of the third quarter. Denison finished with 20 points, one more than Simonds.

Afton never got closer than four points in the fourth quarter.

Rick Parsons paced the Crimson Knights with 11 points and also contributed nine rebounds, four assists, and four steals. Mitch Decker had 10 points.

Afton (2-6, 1-4) is off until they play at Greene on Jan. 5.

Sidney 79, Hancock 28

Bill Kozak had 21 points, 15 coming in the first quarter, to lead Sidney to a road win in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

The Warriors led, 27-6, after one quarter and 48-11 at the half.

Mike Ward chipped in 10 points for Sidney. Brandon Walters, Mike Cruz, and Joe Matzel scored eight apiece.

Eli Holton scored 16 for the Wildcats (0-5, 0-3), who’ll face South Kortright it the Laurens Tournament on Dec. 29.

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