A 20-point fourth-quarter sent visiting Delhi past Sidney, 60-53, in a Midstate Athletic Conference matchup Tuesday, Feb. 4.

The Warriors led, 44-40, after three quarters, but could not seem to find their offense in the final frame as they finished with nine points.

“I think we got a little tired,” Sidney coach Mike Brazee said. “They kind of took what was working there away in the fourth quarter.”

Jonathan Palmatier led all scorers with 24 points for the Warriors and sank four of his six 3-pointers in the third quarter.

Brazee said the Bulldogs pressured Palmatier more in the fourth, which halted his offensive momentum.

Delhi also concluded with a significant advantage in free throws, as it went 14-for-20 while Sidney went 3-for-4.

“We’ve got to be more aggressive,” Brazee said. “We’ve got to get to the basket and try to draw contact and we didn’t get any of that in the second half.”

The Warriors did not go to the line at all in quarters three and four, per Brazee.

Luke Branigan (18 points), Rich Lalosh (14 points), Alex Haight (14 points) and Michael Griswold (10 points) highlighted the Delhi offense. Griswold also drained both of Delhi’s 3-pointers.

After Palmatier, Devon Chabot had 14 points and Liam Matthews managed 11 points for Sidney.

Chabot netted two 3-pointers to go along with Palmatier’s six.

Sidney (8-8, 5-3) will visit Deposit/Hancock at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.

South Kortright 63, Davenport 47

South Kortright clinched the Delaware League’s regular-season championship as Hunter Collins’ 20 points powered the Rams past host Davenport.

Davenport entered with a 7-1 record in the league, and was the only team left to mar SK’s 8-0 league record, but the Rams finished with a 9-0 league mark with the win.

Collins hit nine field goals, including two 3-pointers, as the game’s high scorer. The Rams also got 17 points from Seth Asline and 10 points from Logan Kaufman as pair combined for five 3s.

South Kortright outscored the Wildcats in each quarter.

Jordan Wamsley led Davenport with 15 points, while Warren Quigley also reached double figures with 12 points.

The Wildcats netted eight buckets from beyond the arc as Wamsley, Quigley and Sebastian Fuller (six points) each drained two and Matthew Vroman (three points) and Dylan Waid (seven points) each tallied one.

Davenport (10-7, 7-2) will enter the Delaware League playoffs as the third seed, and will visit No. 2 Hunter-Tannersville in the first round of the league playoffs at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11.

Jefferson 71, Windham 46

Jefferson secured the fourth and final place in the DL tournament with a win over Windham behind Cole Lapinel’s 29 points.

The J-Hawks took an 18-17 lead after one quarter, but carried a 21-point lead into halftime after a 15-5 run in the second quarter.

Lapinel had 11 field goals, including Jefferson’s lone 3-pointer, and was 6-for-6 from the foul line to lead all scorers with his 29.

Seth Wade joined Lapinel in double digits with 15 points on seven field goals and a free throw, while Dakota Schafer totaled eight points on four field goals.

Adam Ismail hit three 3-pointers to lead Windham with 16 points, while James Cofield had 13 and Chad Stang finished with 10.

Jefferson will begin DL play Tuesday, Feb. 11, with a visit to South Kortright.

“We are ready to play anybody, anywhere,” Jefferson coach Rick Cammer said. “If you’re going to win a league championship, you have to go through South Kortright.”

The J-Hawks (13-4, 6-3) will play Roxbury in a non-league contest at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.

Hunter-Tannersville 57, Stamford 20

Kaeden Leach totaled 19 points on five field goals and shot 7-for-7 from the free-throw line as Hunter-Tannersville downed Stamford in its last Delaware League game of the regular season.

Leach also recorded five rebounds and had five steals to go with his 19 points.

Anthony Andreasen scored 15 points on six field goals, three of which came from 3-point range. Hunter-Tannersville charged out to a 21-4 first-quarter lead and held the Indians to single digits in each quarter of play.

Stamford was led by James Olson, who scored 11 points on three field goals and shot 5-for-12 from the free-throw line.

Hunter-Tannersville (12-6, 8-1) will enter the Delaware League playoffs as the second seed, will host No. 3 Davenport in the first round at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11.

Margaretville 64, Gilboa 41

Margaretville picked up a home DL win over Gilboa behind 24 points on nine field goals from Billy Miller.

Five of Miller’s total field goals came from 3-point land to lead all players.

Senior Trevor Ferrero recorded a varsity-high 10 points, including seven points in the first quarter, on senior night for the Blue Devils.

Margaretville coach John Bernhardt noted that Ferrero had never scored in double figures before.

“They’re played really inspired the defense,” Bernhardt said of his five senior starters. “The seniors really stepped up and played hard man-to-man defense tonight.”

Justin Johnson pulled down 11 rebounds for the Blue Devils while Miller, Connor Joedicke and Mike Gavette each secured eight boards.

Michael O’Hara had 16 points on two field goals for Gilboa as he picked up most of his points at the free-throw line, going 12-for-14.

“He didn’t worry about getting checked,” Bernhardt said of O’Hara’s hard-nosed approach to drawing fouls. “He went right at the defender. He played a really nice game for them.”

O’Hara was the only Wildcat to score in double figures.

Margaretville (8-7, 3-3) will visit Stamford at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.

Roxbury 67, Downsville 56

Peyton Proctor propelled Roxbury past visiting Downsville with 26 points in the DL.

Proctor buried eight field goals, with six of his baskets coming from beyond the arc.

“The first quarter tonight was by far the best shooting I’ve seen out of my team all year,” Rockets coach Neil Snedeker said.

Roxbury ran out to a 25-14 first-quarter lead, and managed to maintain it for the next three quarters to pick up the 11-point win.

Trent Faulkner-Squires snagged nine rebounds to go with his 15 points on four field goals, Jaden DeMaio recorded eight rebounds along with nine points and Robert Peters also had four steals with his six points for the Rockets.

Logan Cicio led the Eagles with 11 points on five field goals while Louie Banker, Nate Valentine, and Dustin Fenescey each contributed eight points.

Downsville also shot 50% from the free-throw line, going 8-for-16.

Roxbury (7-8, 4-5) will visit Jefferson at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.

TUESDAY’S RESULTS

Delhi 60, Sidney 53

Delhi.... 13 13 14 20 – 60

Sidney.... 14 14 16 9 – 53

DELHI: Michael Griswold 4 0-0 10, Logan Aikens 0 0-0 0, Alex Haight 6 2-3 14, Luke Branigan 5 8-10 18, Josh Baxter 0 0-0 0, Preston Van Wie 0 0-0 0, A.J. Aukstikalnis 0 0-0 0, Rich Lalosh 5 4-6 14, Hunter Sanford 2 0-1 4. TOTALS: 22 14-20 60.

SIDNEY: Devon Chabot 6 0-0 14, Liam Matthews 5 1-2 11, Jonathan Palmatier 9 0-1 24, Glenn Rogers 0 0-0 0, Peyton Mosher 1 0-0 2, Nick Gravel 0 0-0 0, Chris Prentice 0 2-2 2. TOTALS: 21 3-4 53.

Three-point field goals made: D 2 (Griswold); S 8 (Palmatier 6, Chabot 2).

JV game: Delhi won.

South Kortright 63, Davenport 47

South Kortright.... 17 18 14 14 – 63

Davenport.... 11 13 12 11 – 47

SOUTH KORTRIGHT: Stanley Andersen 0 0-0 0, Seth Ashline 5 4-6 17, Logan Kaufman 3 2-2 10, Hunter Collins 9 0-0 20, Kyle Funk 0 0-0 0, Joe Krupa 0 0-0 0, Brandon Grommeck 1 0-0 2, Delijah Kenchen 0 0-0 0, Joey Shafer 4 0-0 8, Brandon Wright 0 0-0 0, Chris Champlin 3 0-0 6, Mike Stiber 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 25 6-8 63.

DAVENPORT: Matthew Vroman 1 0-0 3, Sebastian Fuller 2 0-0 6, Jordan Wamsley 5 3-4 15, Dylan Waid 3 0-1 7, Ryan Zuill 0 0-0 0, Joey Ontl 0 0-0 0, Warren Quigley 4 2-4 12, Chase Rinehart 2 0-0 4. TOTALS: 16 5-9 47.

Three-point field goals made: SK 7 (Ashline 3, Kaufman 2, Collins 2); D 8 (Vroman 1, Fuller 2, Wamsley 2, Waid 1, Quigley 2)

JV game: SK won.

Jefferson 71, Windham 46

Windham ..... 17 5 7 17 – 46

Jefferson ..... 18 25 15 13 – 71

JEFFERSON (13-4, 6-3): Ethan Cole 0 0-0 0, Damien Merwin 3 0-0 6, Drew Socci 0 0-0 0, Creed Mattice 2 0-0 4, Dan Fallo 1 1-3 3, Cole Lapinel 11 6-6 29, Dakota Schafer 4 0-0 8, Eric Parker 2 2-3 6, Seth Wade 7 1-5 15, John Cole 0 0-0 0, Evan Staroba 0 0-0 0. TOTALS 30 10-17 71.

WINDHAM: Trent Post 1 0-0 3, Adam Ismail 6 1-2 16, Joe Pettignano 0 0-0 0, Max Leman 0 0-2 0, Austin Barber 0 0-0 0, Joe Lane 1 2-5 4, Chad Stang 5 0-0 10, James Cofield 6 1-3 13. TOTALS 19 4-12 46.

Three-point field goals: J 1 (Lapinel); W 4 (Ismail 3, Post).

JV game: Windham won.

Hunter-Tannersville 57, Stamford 20

Stamford …… 4 7 4 5 - 20

Hunter-Tannersville …….. 21 10 15 11 - 57

STAMFORD: Tyler Tierney 1 0-0 3, Chris Albano 1 0-0 2, Eric Fredenburgh 1 0-2 2, James Olson 3 5-12 11, Jude Roderka 1 0-0 2, Spencer Clareen 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 7 5-14 20.

HUNTER-TANNERSVILLE (12-6, 8-1): Armand Aizstrauts 1 0-2 3, Anthony Andreasen 6 0-0 15, Sebastian Cruz 1 0-0 2, Kaeden Leach 5 7-7 19, Dennis Houlihan 3 0-0 6, Christian Aizstrauts 2 0-0 4, Josh Vital 1 0-0 2, Jason Zheng 0 0-0 0, Skylur Kauffman 0 0-0 0, Bo Flynn 2 0-0 4, Kyle Todd 1 0-0 2, Brandan Emel 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 22 7-9 57.

Three-point field goals: H-T 6 (Andreasen 3, Leach 2, A. Aizstrauts 1); S 1 (Tierney 1).

Margaretville 64, Gilboa 41

Gilboa …. 8 9 9 15 - 41

Margaretville ……. 16 20 12 16 - 64

GILBOA (): Robert Rion 2 0-0 5, Reese Chase 4 2-2 10, Michael O’Hara 2 12-14 16, Frank Diamond 0 1-2 1, Patrick Cherry 0 0-0 0, David Mattson 0 0-0 0, Chris Martin 0 0-0 0, David Lane 3 0-0 7, Malachy Renz 1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 12 15-18 41.

MARGARETVILLE (8-7, 3-3): Diego Sanchez , Billy Miller 9 1-2 24, Willie Cano 0 0-0 0, Kevin Johnson 0 0-0 0, Casey Schultis 1 1-2 3, Justin Johnson 3 0-3 6, Ivan Herrera 2 0-0 6, Trevor Ferrero 4 0-0 10, Connor Joedicke 5 0-2 10, Mike Gavette 2 0-0 5. TOTALS: 25 2-9 64.

Three-point field goals: M 10 (Miller 5, Herrera 2, Ferrero 2, Gavette 1); G 2 (Rion 1, Lane 1).

Roxbury 67, Downsville 56

Downsville ……. 14 9 15 18 - 56

Roxbury …….. 25 9 14 19 - 67

DOWNSVILLE (): Louie Banker 4 0-3 8, Skylar Odell 3 0-0 7, Gavin Brunner 0 0-0 0, Logan Cicio 5 1-3 11, Kaden Cicio 0 2-2 2, Nate Valentine 3 2-4 8, Logan Cazzolla 0 0-0 0, Dustin Fenescey 4 0-0 8, Steven Gummoe 4 0-0 10, Jason Gustafsson 0 3-4 3. TOTALS: 23 8-16 56.

ROXBURY (7-8, 4-5): Jaden DeMaio 4 0-0 9, Ian Walker 1 2-2 5, Peyton Proctor 8 4-4 26, Brandon Wright 1 0-0 2, Joe Stern 0 0-0 0, Robert Peters 3 0-2 6, Brett Morrison 0 1-2 1, A.J. Hartigan 1 1-4 3, Trent Faulkner-Squires 4 7-9 15. TOTALS: 22 15-23 67.

Three-point field goals: R 8 (Proctor 6, DeMaio, Walker); D 3 (Gummoe 2, Odell).

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