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  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Mayfield rallies to beat Fort Plain

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  • MAYFIELD, N.Y. — The Mayfield Panthers overcame a double-digit halftime deficit at home Tuesday and defeated Fort Plain 45-44 to open their season.
    Fort Plain’s Hilltoppers led 26-13 at halftime but were outscored 16-9 in the third quarter and again in the fourth. Mayfield took a 41-40 lead in the fourth quarter on a three-point shot by Julie Hampton. Kaylee Bumpus’ basket put the Panther back on top with 22 seconds left and a pair of free throws by Hampton gave them a 45-42 lead.
    Kendra Trembley drove for a basket for Fort Plain. A foul was called and she missed a potential tying free throw in the final minute.
    The Hilltoppers shot 12-for-24 from the foul line overall.
    Abby Boyer had 22 points and Bri Florian scored 16 for Fort Plain.
    Alex Sheldon led Mayfield with 11 points. Hampton and Miranda Eagan each scored 10.
    The Hilltoppers host their annual Sectional Shootout between teams from sections II and III Friday and Saturday. Fort Plain meets Waterville in the late game Friday following a game between Herkimer and Berne-Knox-Westerlo. Fort Plain and Herkimer play the final game of the tournament Saturday.
    MAYFIELD 45, FORT PLAIN 44
    FORT PLAIN (0-1) — Abby Boyer 7 8-17 22; Bri Florian 7 2-5 16; Soren Shirley 0 2-2 2; Kendra Trembley 2 0-0 4. Totals: 16 12-24 44.
    MAYFIELD (1-0) — Lyndsey Barber 1 0-0 2; Kaylee Bumpus 3 0-2 6; Miranda Eagan 3 1-1 10; Heather Geier 0 2-4 2; Julie Hampton 2 4-5 10; Cailey Meca 2 0-1 4; Alex Sheldon 4 3-8 11. Totals: 15 10-21 45.
    Fort Plain 8 18 9 9 — 44
    Mayfield 9 4 16 16 — 45
    Three-pointers — Fort Plain 0; Mayfield 5 (Eagan 3, Hampton 2).
    CANAJOHARIE 51
    NORTHVILLE 30
    NORTHVILLE, N.Y. — Canajoharie’s Cougars trailed after the opening period on the road Tuesday but dominated the final three quarters of a 51-30 win over the Northville Falcons.
    Down 13-10 at the end of the first quarter, the Cougars (2-1) outscored Northville 41-17 the rest of the way.
    Alexis Kane led Canajoharie with 18 points. Jenelle Dillenbeck added nine.
    Lyndsey Wadsworth scored 11 pints for Northville (0-1).
    The Cougars are home Friday for a game against Mayfield.
    CANAJOHARIE 51, NORTHVILLE 30
    CANAJOHARIE (2-1) — Lauren Balfe 1 0-2 2; Abbey Dearwester 2 0-0 4; Jenelle Dillenbeck 4 1-2 9; Alexis Kane 5 5-7 18; Ariannah Logan 2 1-3 5; Jordyn Logan 2 0-3 4; Brittany Pitonza 1 0-0 3; Dainara Veeder 2 2-4 6. Totals: 19 9-21 51.
    NORTHVILLE (0-1) — Charlotte Kalkbrenner 4 1-3 9; Meghan LaPort 0 1-2 1; Mary Ryan 0 2-6 2; Jessica VanNostrand 1 0-0 2; Lyndsey Wadsworth 4 2-2 11; Morgan Wilson 2 1-6 5. Totals: 11 7-19 30.
    Canajoharie 10 14 13 14 — 51
    Northville 13 5 5 7 — 30
    Three-pointers — Canajoharie 4 (Kane 3, Pitonza 1); Northville 1 (Wadsworth 1).
    POLAND 71
    STOCKBRIDGE VALLEY 18
    MUNNSVILLE, N.Y. — The Poland Tornadoes rolled over Stockbridge Valley Tuesday, outscoring the Cougars by 10 or more points in all but of the four quarters of a season-opening 71-18 victory.
    Paige Sullivan led the Tornadoes with 17 points while Shiane Irwin scored 12 and Kara Morrison had 10.
    Page 2 of 3 - Cassie Marshall scored eight points and Olivia Marshall grabbed nine rebounds for Stockbridge Valley.
    Poland next plays Thursday at Frankfort-Schuyler.
    POLAND 71, STOCKBRIDGE VALLEY 18
    POLAND (1-0) — Paige Sullivan 7-0-17; Mikayla Blumenstock 4-0-8; Miranda Robson 2-0-4; Nicole Kasprzyk 2-1-5; Shiane Irwin 4-2-12; Brooke Gipe 2-0-4; Hannah Pillmore 1-0-2; Lexi Darrow 4-0-8; Kara Morrison 5-0-10. Totals: 31-3-71.
    STOCKBRIDGE VALLEY (0-1) — Cassie Marshall 2-2-8; Olivia Marshall 3-0-6; Sarah Papa 2-0-4; Adrianna Cox 0-0-0; Haley Harrinton 0-0-0. Totals: 7-2-18.
    Poland 18 13 21 19 — 71
    Stockbridge Valley 2 5 5 6 — 18
    Three-pointers — Poland 5 (Sullivan 3, Irwin 2); Stockbridge Valley 2 (C.Marshall 2).
    SCHENEVUS 34
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS 32
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N.Y. — The Richfield Springs Indians caught Schenevus in the fourth quarter Tuesday but were unable to pass the Dragons in a season-opening 34-32 defeat.
    Trailing 27-20 at the start of the fourth quarter, the Indians scored the first seven points and tied the game on a basket by Vanessa Miller. Richfield Springs, however, was unable to take a lead.
    Ceara Marlow scored 15 points to lead the Dragons. Sarah Mellor added 10 points.
    Becca Smith had nine points and 10 rebounds for Richfield Springs. Kaity Richvalsky scored eight points and Miller had six points and seven rebounds.
    The Indians open tournament play at home Thursday against Edmeston. Cherry Valley-Springfield and Sharon Springs play the other first-round game Friday and the finals will be contested Saturday.
    SCHENEVUS 34, RICHFIELD SPRINGS 32
    SCHENEVUS (1-0) — Kasey Jeffers 0 0-2 0; Danielle Ost 1 0-0 2; Sierra Bentley 2 2-4 6; Ceara Marlow 7 1-4 15; Jen Walke 0 0-0 0; Sarah Mellor 4 2-2 10; Alyssa Turner 0 0-2 0; Danielle Tefft 0 1-2 1. Totals: 14 6-16 34.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS (0-1) — Kaity Richvalsky 4 0-0 8; Shannon Vigh 0 0-0 0; Morgan Sylvester 0 0-1 0; Vanessa Miller 3 0-0 6; Petra Peretin 3 0-0 6; Becca Smith 3 3-5 9; Jerikah Hext 1 1-2 3; Meghan Cantwell 0 0-0 0; Madisyn Butler 0 0-0 0; Leann Yerdon 0 0-0 0. Totals: 14 4-8 32.
    Schenevus 9 12 6 7 — 34
    Richfield Springs 6 6 8 12 — 32
    Three-pointers — Schenevus 0; Richfield Springs 0. JV — Schenevus 32, Richfield Springs 29.
    COOPERSTOWN 58
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 30
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The Cooperstown Hawkeyes put up 24 points in the first quarter of Tuesday’s 58-30 win over the central Valley Academy Thunder.
    Liz Millea scored 23 points to lead the former Redskins in the victory. Christina Noto had nine points and eight rebounds and Mallory Arthurs had six and eight with five steals. Sarah Jane Morosco also scored nine points and Millea had four steals and four blocked shots.
    Senior Nicole Doolen scored 16 points to lead the Thunder in the first game of the Central Valley Academy era.
    Central Valley Academy makes its home debut Wednesday in Ilion against West Canada Valley.
    COOPERSTOWN 58, CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 30
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY (0-1) — Nicole Doolen 8 0-1 16; Makayla Donato 3 0-2 6; Samantha Hyde 0 0-0 0; Rebecca Shepard 0 0-0 0; Nicole Wren 0 0-0 0; Audrey Bunce 1 0-0 2; Rachael Thorp 1 0-0 2; Ally Ray 0 0-0 0; Miranda Maldonado 0 0-0 0; Nicole Shumacher 0 0-0 0; Nicole Harrigan 0 3-6 3; Johna Cusworth 0 1-2 1. Totals: 13 4-11 30.
    Page 3 of 3 - COOPERSTOWN (1-0) — Mallory Arthurs 2 2-6 6; Jenn Flynn 0 0-0 0; Lucy Ford 0 0-2 0; Maggie Hall 2 2-2 8; Ciarra McGoldrick 1 1-2 3; Liz Millea 10 2-2 23; Sarah Jane Morosco 4 0-0 9; Christina Noto 4 1-2 9. Totals: 23 8-16 58.
    Central Valley Academy 11 8 10 1 — 30
    Cooperstown 24 12 11 11 — 58
    Three-pointers — Central Valley Academy 0; Cooperstown 4 (Hall 2, Millea 1, Morosko 1). JV — Central Valley Academy won.

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