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  • BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Panthers top Hilltoppers

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  • FORT PLAIN, N.Y. — The Mayfield Panthers scored 39 points in the second and third quarters Wednesday and defeated Fort Plain 68-58.
    Down 10-8 after the first quarter, Mayfield (2-0) rallied and took a six-point halftime lead.
    Fort Plain (0-1) made only 14 field goals during the game but made up for that with 41 foul shots. The Hilltoppers hit 26 free throws, two fewer than Mayfield attempted.
    Lucas VanNostrand led the Panthers with 17 points while Todd Briggs had 12.
    Aiden Van Loan scored 16 points to lead the Hilltoppers; Van Loan had two three-pointers and shot 10-for-15 at the foul line. Jon Calbet added 11 points, Kiernan Briggs scored 10 and Eric Orologio had nine.
    Fort Plain meets Peru Saturday at the Waterford-Halfmoon Tournament
    MAYFIELD 68, FORT PLAIN 58
    MAYFIELD (2-0) — Todd Briggs 5 2-2 12; Josh Gallup 4 0-2 10; Dylan Lanza 2 0-0 5; Joe Ringer 2 0-0 6; Jay Sweeney 2 3-7 7; Malik Thompson 1 1-2 3; Jordan VanNostrand 1 2-4 4; Lucas VanNostrand 5 7-10 17; Riley Yager 1 0-1 2. Totals: 23 15-28 68.
    FORT PLAIN (0-1) — Kiernan Briggs 3 3-7 10; Jon Calbet 1 9-10 11; Zach Florian 2 2-3 6; Xavier Lanier 1 1-4 3; Eric Orologio 4 1-2 9; John Stever 1 0-0 3; Aiden Van Loan 2 10-15 16. Totals: 14 26-41 58.
    Mayfield 8 21 18 21 — 68
    Fort Plain 10 13 14 21 — 58
    Three-pointers — Mayfield 5 (Gallup 2, Ringer 2, Lanza 1); Fort Plain 4 (Van Loan 2, Briggs 1, Stever 1).
    NORTHVILLE 55
    CANAJOHARIE 52, overtime
    CANAJOHARIE, N.Y. — The Northville Falcons outscored Canajoharie 8-5 in overtime Wednesday and defeated the Cougars 55-52.
    The teams played 2 1/2 scoreless minute at the end of regulation after Canajoharie’s Zach Ouderkirk converted a rebound into the basket that tied the game at 47.
    Nick Jonas led the Falcons with 18 points. Kalob Russell added 13 points and Danny Reidell scored 11.
    Dillan Veeder had 15 points and Colin Davis and Josh Gonzalez each scored 10 for Canajoharie.
    The Cougars play Friday at Mayfield.
    NORTHVILLE 55, CANAJOHARIE 52, overtime
    NORTHVILLE (2-0) — Nate Edwards 2 0-0 4; Devin Holmes 2 0-1 4; Nick Jonas 6 3-5 18; David Onzo 2 1-2 5; Danny Reidell 2 6-8 11; Kalob Russell 5 2-6 13. Totals: 19 12-22 55.
    CANAJOHARIE (0-1) — Jordan Brownell 2 0-0 5; Morgan Chapman 1 0-0 2; Colin Davis 4 0-0 10; Zach Folts 2 1-4 6; Josh Gonzalez 4 2-5 10; Zach Ouderkirk 2 0-0 4; Dillan Veeder 5 2-2 15. Totals: 20 5-11 52.
    Northville 16 7 15 9 8 — 55
    Canajoharie 14 14 9 10 5 — 52
    Three-pointers — Northville 5 (Jonas 3, Reidell 1, Russell 1); Canajoharie 7 (Veeder 3, Davis 2, Brownell 1, Folts 1).
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS 53
    SCHENEVUS 45
    SCHENEVUS, N.Y. — The Richfield Springs Indians held a 10-point lead at the end of Wednesday’s opening period and defeated Schenevus 53-45 on the road.
    The margin dwindled to two points at halftime but the Indians outscored the Dragons 10-4 in the third quarter to extend it back to eight entering the fourth.
    Roman Hula and Thomas Worobey, the two returning varsity players for Richfield Springs, led the Indians with 18 and 14 points, respectively. Kyler Mower added 10 points.
    Jacob Darling scored 18 points for Schenevus.
    Page 2 of 2 - Richfield Springs plays its home opener Tuesday against Sharon Springs.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS 53, SCHENEVUS 45
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS (1-0) — Bryan Hill 2 0-0 4; Kyler Mower 4 0-0 10; Thomas Worobey 3 7-13 14; Nathaniel Johnson 3 0-2 7; Roman Hula 5 8-10 18. Totals: 17 15-25 53.
    SCHENEVUS (0-1) — Tyler Comino 1 1-2 3; Jordan Burton 1 0-0 2; Corey Roseboom 3 0-0 7; Robert Burton 6 0-0 15; Jacob Darling 9 0-2 18. Totals: 20 1-4 45.
    Richfield Springs 15 11 10 17 — 53
    Schenevus 5 19 4 17 — 45
    Three-pointers — Richfield Springs 4 (Mower 2, Johnson 1, Worobey 1); Schenevus 4 (Burton 3, Roseboom 1). JV — Schenevus won.
    ADIRONDACK 72
    REMSEN 42
    REMSEN, N.Y. — The Adirondack Wildcats shook off a slow start Wednesday and defeated Remsen 72-42 on the road.
    The win was the second for Adirondack (2-0) against remsen (0-3) to start the season.
    Remsen led 11-6 after the first quarter but Adirondack, a 77-46 winner at home Nov. 26, came back with 25 points in the second and led by nine at halftime. The Wildcats outscored the Rams 23-4 in the fourth quarter to stretch an 11-point lead to the final 30-point margin.
    Ryan Dellerba scored 15 points to lead a balanced Adirondack attack. Josh Nessel and Jordan Millard each had 14 points , Kyle Swiecki scored 11 and Elliott Hernandez had nine.
    Sabastian Bullard scored a game-high 20 points for Remsen.
    ADIRONDACK 72, REMSEN 42
    ADIRONDACK (2-0) — Elliot Hernandez 9; Ryan Dellerba 15; Kyle Swiecki 11; Josh Nessel 14; Hunter Bickham 5; Jordan Millard 14; Ethan Wiedmer 1; Brodie Sweeney 2; Brandon Smith 1.
    REMSEN (0-3) — Steven Gothan 6; Devin Ossont 2; Sabastian Bullard 20; Jon Carrock 4; Ryan Kelly 2; Andrew Foster 4; David Peterson 4.
    Adirondack 6 25 18 23 — 72
    Remsen 11 11 16 4 — 42
    Three-pointers — Adirondack 9 (Millard 4, Dellerba 2, Hernandez 1, Nessel 1; Swiecki 1); Remsen 5 (Bullard 4, Carrock 1). JV — Adirondack won.

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