Tournament MVP Sienna Wisse scored 21 points Saturday to pace host Oneonta High in a 64-47 girls basketball victory over Vestal in the Anthony C. Drago Tournament championship game.

A First Team Class B all-state pick last season, Wisse had seven steals and six field goals to go along with a 4-for-5 effort at the free throw line. Her performance included 5-for-6 accuracy from three-point range and followed a team-high 16 points Wednesday, when OHS opened the season with a 49-38 defeat of Windsor in the first round of the Drago Tournament.

"We got off to a really good start," said first-year OHS coach Matt Miller, whose team outscored the 1-1 Golden Bears, 37-20, in the opening half. "We pushed the ball and got a lot of points in transition and I think that will be a strong point for us this year."

Miller said Erin Wolstenholme, who sat out Wednesday with a sprained right ankle, was cleared to play Friday. Wolstenholme, who earned Eighth Team all-state honors in Class B last season, finished with 11 points, 10 rebounds and six steals.

Wolstenholme also guarded Lauren Brustein and helped hold Vestal's top scorer to 14 points. Brustein had 28 points and 16 rebounds in Vestal's 57-34 victory over Gloversville during Wednesday's opening round.

"She's real important for our team," Miller said of Wolstenholme, who helped OHS to a 20-4 record and its second straight appearance in the Class B state final last season. "She's an absolute beast on the glass. She controls the boards on both ends of the floor. When Erin was in the game, I don't know if (Brustein) scored. She scored 14, but I don't think she scored when Erin was in."

Miller, who took over the Yellowjackets after New York State Basketball Hall of Famer Bob Zeh retired this past spring, said he's happy with how OHS has started this season.

"We're looking forward to the season and if everybody stays healthy, I think we have a good group," said Miller, Zeh's assistant the last three years. "We're athletic and we will be getting out and running. The butterflies are gone and I have a good feeling of what we can do.

"That's a good win for us," he continued. "I expected it to be a lot closer than it was. We played very well."

Andes transfer Mariah Ruff, a freshman point guard, had nine points and four steals to earn all-tournament honors for the Yellowjackets (2-0).

Windsor beat Gloversville, 47-40, in Saturday's consolation game.

OHS 64, Vestal 47

ANTHONY C. DRAGO TOURNAMENT

Saturday's championship

VESTAL (1-1): Lauren Brustein 5 4-5 14, Emily Preisendanz 5 4-5 14, Shannan Walker 4 0-0 11, Melanie Patterson 3 0-0 6, Kristen Land 0 2-4 2, Ashlee Burghardt 0 0-0 0, Jackie Germick 0 0-0 0, Kelly Gerner 0 0-0 0, Takiyah Mitchell 0 0-0 0, Laura Saitta 0 0-0 0, Jennifer Shelp 0 0-0 0, Jessica Shelp 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 17 10-14 47.

ONEONTA (2-0): Sienna Wisse 6 4-5 21, Erin Wolstenholme 5 1-3 11, Mariah Ruff 4 0-0 9, Kelsey Baker 2 2-2 6, Jessica Madera 2 0-0 4, Dani Nicosia 2 0-0 4, Sierra Sangetti-Daniels 1 2-2 4, Jenn Dilello 1 0-0 3, Hayley Downer 1 0-0 2, Briana Haines 0 0-0 0, Roxy Harrison 0 0-1 1. TOTALS: 24 9-13 64.

Vestal     10 10 11 16 _ 47

Oneonta     20 17 14 13 _ 64

Three-point field goals: Vestal 3 (Walker 3); Oneonta 7 (Wisse 5, Dilello, Russ).

Saturday's varsity consolation: Windsor 47, Gloversville 40.

Saturday's junior varsity championship: Oneonta def. Newfield.

Saturday's junior varsity consolation: Vestal def. Windsor.

BOYS BASKETBALL

SK 55, Roxbury 17

All-tournament selection Eric Reed scored 21 points as host South Kortright (2-0) won its Thanksgiving tournament Saturday.

The Rams, who have won the past two Delaware League and Section Four Class D championships, also received 16 points from tournament MVP Brandon Tuttle.

SK's Trevor Holdridge, who scored two points, also made the all-tournament team.

"I thought we played good team defense throughout the game, specifically Trevor Holdridge," SK coach Bob VanValkenburgh said. "He did a great job on defense. He was responsible for covering (Kyle) Ciaravino, who had 19 points the night before. Kyle's a good player and Trevor held him down pretty well."

All-tournament pick Ciaravino had three points Saturday, one day after leading Roxbury to a 61-49 win over Worcester in the opening round. Dylan Stock had a team-high 17 points for the Rockets (1-1).

Sage Beemer scored 10 points for South Kortright, which held a 20-10 lead at halftime. The Rams outscored the Rockets, 35-7, in the second half.

SK opened its season with a 42-35 first-round win over Schenevus on Friday. The Rams visit Gilboa this Friday.

SK 55, Roxbury 17

SK THANKSGIVING TOURNAMENT

Saturday's championship

ROXBURY (1-1): Garrett Hall 1 0-2 2, George Gregg 0 0-2 0, Sean Lutz 2 0-0 4, Dylan Stock 3 0-0 7, Kyle Ciaravino 0 3-4 3, Dakota Caronia 0 1-2 1, Joe Camillone 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 6 4-10 17.

SOUTH KORTRIGHT (2-0): Jess Boest 0 0-0 0, Trevor Holdridge 0 2-2 2, Fred Bishop 1 0-0 2, Cody Stinson 0 0-0 0, Cody Burns 1 0-0 2, Devin Gardner 1 0-0 2, Sage Beemer 5 0-0 10, Eric Reed 8 3-5 21, Zack Wosnick 0 0-0 0, Mike Kaufman 0 0-0 0, Brandon Tuttle 8 0-1 16, Anthony Logan 0 0-0 0, Clint Lutz 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 24 5-8 55.

Roxbury     5 5 5 2 _ 17

South Kortright     10 10 16 19 _ 55

Three-point field goals: R 1 (Stock); S 2 (Reed 2).

Tournament MVP: Brandon Tuttle (SK).

All-Tournament Team: Eric Reed (SK), Trevor Holdridge (SK), Kyle Ciaravino (Roxbury), Pat Weinert (Schenevus), Josh Hunt (Worcester).

JV championship: South Kortright def. Roxbury.

Worcester 50, Schenevus 43

All-tournament selection Josh Hunt had 14 points, eight assists, six rebounds and five steals to lead Worcester to a consolation victory in the South Kortright Thanksgiving Tournament.

Ryan Sklenka contributed nine points for the Wolverines (1-1), who received seven points apiece from Matthew Tiffany, Joe Gardner and Derek Althiser.

"We played much better than the night before (in a 61-49 loss to Roxbury)," Worcester coach Jim Kenyon said. "We were better defensively and we moved the ball well. We had an assist on almost every basket. There weren't many one-on-ones. That's nice to see.

"I was real happy," he continued. "Everybody did their job. It was a good team effort."

All-tournament pick Pat Weinert scored 13 points for Schenevus (0-2), who received 11 points from Evan Dulkis.

Worcester 50, Schenevus 43

SK THANKSGIVING TOURNAMENT

Saturday's consolation

WORCESTER (1-1): Brendan Ralph 0 0-0 0, Kevin Baldo 0 0-0 0, Greg Beams 0 0-0 0, Matthew Tiffany 3 0-0 7, Joe Gardner 3 1-2 7, Josh Hunt 5 2-2 14, Derek Althiser 3 1-1 7, Ryan Sklenka 4 1-1 9, Chad Evans 3 0-2 6, Ken DelVecchio 0 0-0 0, Rick Stein 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 21 5-8 50.

SCHENEVUS (0-2): Robert Burton 0 0-0 0, Tyler Morris 0 0-0 0, Chris Juhasz 0 0-0 0, Mike Miner 0 2-2 2, Kevin Weinert 3 2-4 8, Evan Dulkis 4 0-2 11, Pat Weinert 4 5-11 13, Derek Oberacker 4 1-1 9. TOTALS: 15 10-20 43.

Worcester     12 6 14 8 _ 50

Schenevus     10 14 10 9 _ 43

Three-point field goals: W 3 (Tiffany, Hunt 2); S 3 (Duklis 3).

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