Alex Osterhoudt and Graham Wooden combined for 44 points as a depleted Oneonta team took down rival Norwich, 68-47, in Southern Tier Athletic Conference boys basketball Tuesday, Jan. 14, at Drago Gymnasium.

Missing four players because of illness and coach Jerry Mackey to personal obligations, the eight-person Yellowjackets took an early lead and held off any Norwich thrusts under the guidance of assistance coach Brad Zeh.

“Congratulations to the guys and coach Zeh, who has been a rock star for our program and a huge part of the legacy of success,” Oneonta coach Jerry Mackey said in a text message. “(I’m) so proud of all the guys, especially the seniors for stepping up under crazy circumstances. To have someone of Brad’s quality involved with our program has been priceless.”

OHS did not take long to adjust, scoring the first 10 points of the game and taking an 18-11 lead after one period.

Four 3-pointers, including two from Osterhoudt, combined with consistently contesting Norwich shots to create a 17-8 run in the second for OHS and a 35-19 advantage at the break.

The Purple Tornado showed signs of a response early in the third, but three breakaway layups from steals kept the momentum with Oneonta, which took a 51-33 lead into the fourth.

Wooden totaled seven field goals, two of them from distance, and went 8-for-10 from the foul line for a game-high 24 points. Osterhoudt followed with 20 points, hitting four long balls to also total seven field goals.

Zyeir Lawrence scored nine of his 17 in the first quarter, while Khi Atchinson had five and Aidan Mackey had two for Oneonta.

Tommy Flanagan hit three 3-pointers to lead Norwich with 14 points. He was joined in double figures by Carson Maynard, who scored 13 points on five field goals and a free throw.

Oneonta (9-2) will host Chenango Forks at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17.

Gilboa 59, Stamford 45

Gilboa got past host Stamford in a Delaware League battle.

Leading, 43-39, with four minutes left in regulation, the Wildcats went on an 11-0 run to put the game out of reach.

Michael O’Hara led all players with 26 points for Gilboa, including 11 points from the foul line.

The Wildcats got 12 points from Robert Rion, with half of his points coming via 3-pointers.

Gilboa drained five deep balls on shots from Rion (two), Dawson Ford (two) and O’Hara (one).

Stamford saw James Olson register a double-double with 19 points and 15 rebounds.

Tyler Tierney, Eric Fredenburgh and Spencer Clareen each netted six points for the Indians, who did not convert on any shots from beyond the arc.

Stamford (0-12) will visit South Kortright at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16.

Hunter-Tannersville 60,

Margaretville 36

A 31-point second half propelled Hunter-Tannersville past Margaretville in the DL.

The Wildcats built a 10-point lead (29-19) at halftime and extended it to a 21-point advantage by the end of the third quarter.

Kaeden Leach and Christian Aizstrauts shouldered the load offensively for Hunter-Tannersville, tallying 18 and 13 points, respectively.

“Kaeden and Christian did their thing,” Wildcats coach Chris Glennon said. “I also felt that Sebastian Cruz, a backup guard, was good stepping in off the bench.”

Leach recorded six steals to go along with his 18 points while Aizstrauts pulled in eight boards.

Cruz played in place of Anthony Andreasen, who is dealing with a foot injury, and contributed eight points.

Bo Flynn nearly cracked double-digits for Hunter-Tannersville with nine points.

The Wildcats racked up six 3-pointers as Cruz and Leach each drained two, while Kyle Todd and Skylur Kauffman each hit one.

Billy Miller highlighted the Blue Devils’ offense with 12 points, and Justin Johnson followed with eight points.

Margaretville made two shots from three-point land, courtesy of Ivan Herrera and Mike Gavette.

Hunter-Tannersville (7-5, 4-0) will visit Jefferson at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16.

Davenport 67, Windham 34

Davenport rolled past Windham in the DL behind four scorers in double figures.

The Wildcats outscored the Warriors in each of the first three quarters, including a decisive 25-6 margin in the second quarter.

Joey Ontl led all scorers with 17 points on seven field goals, while Chase Rinehart totaled 16 on eight field goals.

Dylan Waid continued the balanced attack for Davenport, scoring 14 points on five field goals, while Warren Quigley contributed 13 points.

James Cofield totaled 12 points to lead Windham.

Windham (2-6, 1-2) will play Gilboa at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16.

TUESDAY’S RESULTS

Oneonta 68, Norwich 47

Norwich ..... 11 8 14 14 – 47

Oneonta ..... 18 17 16 17 – 68

ONEONTA (9-2): Graham Wooden 7 8-10 24, Matt Shultz 0 0-0 0, Alex Osterhoudt 7 2-2 20, Khi Atchinson 2 0-0 3, Aidan Mackey 1 0-0 2, Zyeir Lawrence 7 3-5 17, Carter Mackey 0 0-0 0, Cole Platt 0 0-0 0. TOTALS 24 13-17 68.

NORWICH: Torin Lawrence 1 3-4 5, Carson Thornton 0 0-0 0, Andrew Mullen 1 0-0 2, Carson Maynard 5 1-2 13, Keegan Franklin 2 0-4 4, Lex Genute 1 0-0 2, Tommy Flanagan 5 1-2 14, Logan Ford 2 0-0 4, Anthony Cathcart 0 0-0 0, J.T. Vinal 0 3-4 3, Shane Lawrence 0 0-0 0, Kyle Shepard 0 0-0 0, Jahlil Jones 0 0-1 0, Jullian Jones 0 0-0 0. TOTALS 17 8-16 47.

Three-point field goals: O 7 (Osterhoudt 4, Wooden 2, Atchinson); N 5 (Flanagan, Maynard).

JV game: Oneonta won, 52-30.

Gilboa 59, Stamford 45

Gilboa.... 16 12 13 18 – 59

Stamford.... 8 13 14 10 – 45

GILBOA: Robert Rion 3 4-4 12, Reese Cheese 3 0-0 6, Michael O’Hara 7 11-15 26, Frank Diamond 1 1-4 3, Patrick Cherry 1 0-0 2, David Mattson 1 0-0 2, Chris Martin 0 0-0 0, David Lane 0 0-0 0, Dylan Bellinger 0 0-0 0, Malachy Renz 1 0-0 2, Dawson Ford 2 0-0 6. TOTALS: 19 16-23 59.

STAMFORD: Tyler Tierney 2 2-2 6, Chris Albano 2 0-2 4, Gary Schader 2 0-0 4, Eric Fredenburg 3 0-2 6, James Olson 6 7-12 19, Spencer Clareen 2 2-2 6, Jude Roderka 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 17 11-20.

Three-pointers: G 5 (Rion 2, O’Hara 1, Ford 2); S 0.

JV game: Gilboa won.

Hunter-Tannersville 60, Margaretville 36

Margaretville.... 11 8 7 10 – 36

Hunter-Tannersville.... 16 13 18 13 – 60

MARGARETVILLE: Billy Miller 3 6-8 12, Willie Cano 1 0-2 2, Casey Schultis 1 0-0 2, Justin Johnson 3 2-3 8, Ivan Herrera 2 0-0 5, Trevor Ferrero 0 0-0 0, Mike Gavette 1 0-2 3, Connor Joedicke 2 0-0 4. TOTALS: 13 8-15 36.

HUNTER-TANNERSVILLE: Armand Aizstrauts 0 0-0 0, Sebastian Cruz 3 0-4 8, Kaeden Leach 7 2-2 18, Dennis Houlihan 1 0-0 2, Bo Flynn 4 1-2 9, Christian Aizstrauts 5 3-6 13, Kyle Todd 1 0-0 3, Josh Vital 1 0-0 2, Jason Zheng 0 0-0 0, Skylur Kauffman 2 0-0 5, Brandon Emel 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 24 6-14 60.

Three-point field goals made: M 2 (Herrera, Gavette); H-T 6 (Cruz 2, Leach 2, Todd, 1, Kauffman 1)

JV game: H-T won.

Davenport 67, Windham 34

Davenport ….. 14 25 18 10 - 67

Windham ……. 9 6 6 13 - 34

WINDHAM (2-6, 1-2): Trent Post 1 0-2 2, Adam Ismail 3 1-1 7, Joe Pettignano 3 0-0 7, Joe Lane 2 0-0 4, Chad Stang , Brian VanValin 1 0-0 2, James Cofield 6 0-2 12. TOTALS: 16 1-5 34.

DAVENPORT: Dylan Waid 5 4-4 14, Ryan Zuill 3 0-0 7, Joey Ontl 7 3-4 17, Warren Quigley 6 1-1 13, Chase Rinehart 8 0-0 16. TOTALS 29 8-9 67

Three-point field goals: D 1 (Zuill); W 1 (Pettignano).

MONDAY’S RESULTS

Duanesburg 71,

Cherry Valley-Springfield 57

Duanesburg.... 21 18 18 14 – 71

Cherry Valley-Springfield – 57

DUANESBURG: Z. Ganache 0 1-2 1, E. Bates 5 0-0 12, M. Coons 5 4-4 16, P. Munson 5 0-0 12, C. Burton 5 1-2, G. Atanasen 1 0-2 2, C. O’Hanlon 1 0-0 3. TOTALS: 26 6-11 71.

CHERRY VALLEY-SPRINGFIELD: Caleb Carpenter 7 1-2 17, Michael Freer 2 0-0 6, Luke Dubben 3 0-0 7, Larry Kroon 4 0-0 8, Dylan Smith 2 1-1 5, Silas Wilson 6 2-2 14. TOTALS: 24 4-7 57.

Three-point field goals made: D 8 (Bates 2, Coons 2, Munson 2, Burton 1, O’Hanlon 1); CV-S 5 (Carpenter 2, Freer 2, Dubben 1).

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