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  • BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: West Canada Valley wins in Clinton

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  • CLINTON, N.Y. — The West Canada Valley Indians led by 10 points after the first quarter and 15 at halftime Friday on the way to a 69-50 win at Clinton.
    The Indians (2-0) outscored the Warriors (0-2) in each quarter except the fourth which saw both teams score 19 points.
    Five West Canada Valley players scored in double figures with Jordan Yaworski (15 points) leading the way. Bobby Davenport scored 14 points, Mike Sternberg and Alex Williams 12 each, and Josh Sudakow 10.
    Dan Bankert led Clinton with 18 points.
    The Indians play at Herkimer Tuesday.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY 69, CLINTON 50
    WEST CANADA VALLEY (2-0) — Bobby Davenport 14; Jordan Yaworski 15; Ryan Grogan 4; Mike Sternberg 12; Josh Sudakow 10; Alex Williams 12; Ryan Moody 2. Totals: 25-13-69.
    CLINTON (0-2) — Jack Hughes 8; Andrew Hobika 8; Will Jarrett 2; Ian Foxton 7; Dan Bankert 18; Ryan Sullivan 1. Totals: 20-6-50.
    West Canada Valley 18 15 17 19 — 69
    Clinton 8 10 13 19 — 50
    Three-pointers — West Canada Valley 4 (Yaworski 2, Davenport 1, Williams 1); Clinton 4 (Hughes 2, Foxton 1, Hobika 1). JV — West Canada Valley won.
    CANAJOHARIE 51
    MAYFIELD 40
    MAYFIELD, N.Y. — Cougars Josh Gonzalez and Dillan Veeder combined to score 41 points Friday in Canajoharie’s 51-40 victory over the Mayfield Panthers.
    Gonzalez scored 23 points and Veeder added 18 for the Cougars (1-1).
    Josh Gallup led the Panthers (2-1) with 10 points as they lost for the first time this season.
    Canajoharie’s next game is Tuesday against Fort Plain.
    CANAJOHARIE 51, MAYFIELD 40
    CANAJOHARIE (1-1) — Buck Anderson 1 0-0 3; Jordan Brownell 2 0-0 4; Morgan Chapman 0 1-2 1; Colin Davis 1 0-0 2; Josh Gonzalez 11 1-2 23; Dillan Veeder 5 6-6 18. Totals: 20 8-10 51.
    MAYFIELD (2-1) — Todd Briggs 1 2-3 4; Josh Gallup 3 1-2 10; Joe Ringer 2 0-0 6; Jay Sweeney 3 1-2 9; Jordan VanNostrand 2 1-4 5; Lucas VanNostrand 3 0-3 6. Totals: 14 5-14 40.
    Canajoharie 11 12 9 19 — 51
    Mayfield 8 9 7 16 — 40
    Three-pointers — Canajoharie 3 (Veeder 2, Anderson 1); Mayfield 7 (Gallup 3, Ringer 2, Sweeney 2).
    HOLLAND PATENT 82
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 73
    FRANKFORT, N.Y. — Ryan Halpin and Matt Harter combined for 42 points Friday and the Holland Patent Golden Knights outscored Frankfort-Schuyler 82-73.
    The Golden Knights (2-0) scored 27 points in the first quarter but Frankfort-Schuyler (0-2) kept the game close and trailed by only three at halftime.
    Halpin scored 22 points, Harter had 20, Steve McGahey added 14 and Logan Reinold added 12 for Holland Patent. Reinold had six steals and McGahey grabbed 10 rebounds for a double-double.
    Richard Morocco scored a game-high 25 points to lead Frankfort-Schuyler. Mark Spina added 13 points, Parker Goldsmith led the team with eight rebounds and Corey LaValla had eight points and six steals.
    Frankfort-Schuyler is on the road Tuesday for a game at Dolgeville while Holland Patent plays in Ilion against Central Valley Academy.
    HOLLAND PATENT 82, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 73
    HOLAND PATENT (2-0) — Steve McGahey 4-6-14; Garrett Conley 2-0-6; Ryan Halpin 8-5-22; Logan Reinold 5-1-12; Matt Hughes 3-0-6; Dan Fluty 1-0-2; Matt Harter 7-6-20; Brandon Batson 0-0-0; Zach Thoman 0-0-0. Totals: 30-18-82.
    Page 2 of 3 - FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER (0-2) — Richard Morocco 11-0-25; Corey LaValla 4-0-8; Mark Spina 6-1-13; Parker Goldsmith 3-0-6; Jason Jodsaas 5-1-14; Mitchel Shortt 3-1-7. Totals: 32-3-73.
    Holland Patent 27 16 22 17 — 82
    Frankfort-Schuyler 20 20 17 16 — 73
    Three-pointers — Holland Patent (Conley 2, Halpin 1, Reinold 1); Frankfort-Schuyler 6 (Jodsaas 3, Morocco 3).
    MT. MARKHAM 74
    REMSEN 39
    WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. — Three Mustangs scored in double figures Friday and Mt. Markham defeated the Remsen Rams 74-39 for their first win of the year.
    Travis Nelson led the Mustangs (1-1) with 16 points. Mike Alsante added 14 points and Tyler Parry had 11.
    Sabastian Bullard scored 11 points to lead the Rams (0-4).
    Mt. Markham plays at home Tuesday against Hamilton.
    MT. MARKHAM 74, REMSEN 39
    REMSEN (0-4) — Steven Gothan 3-1-7; Devin Ossont 4-1-10; Sabastian Bullard 3-2-11; Jon Carrock 1-0-2; Ryan Kelly 1-0-2; Andrew Foster 1-0-2; David Peterson 2-1-5. Totals: 15-5-39.
    MT. MARKHAM (1-1) — Kris Pontero 3-1-7; Aaron VanValkenburgh 2-1-5; Mike Alsante 6-0-14; Eric Taylor-Holmes 3-1-8; Chad Collins 1-0-2; Travis Nelson 8-0-16; Tyler Parry 4-2-11; Adam Westbrook 3-0-6; Tyler Ostrander 2-1-5. Totals: 32-6-74.
    Remsen 4 8 14 13 — 39
    Mt. Markham 16 21 16 21 — 74
    Three-pointers — Remsen (Bullard 3, Ossont 1); Mt. Markham (Alsante 2, Parry 1, Taylor-Holmes 1).
    COOPERSTOWN 46
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 35
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Jordan Manikas scored 20 points for Cooperstown Friday in the Hawkeyes’ 46-35 win over the Central Valley Academy Thunder.
    The Hawkeyes (2-1) outscored the Thunder (0-2) in each quarter and did not allow more than nine points in any period.
    Mitchell Werenczak led Central Valley Academy with eight points while Cameron Madigan added seven.
    Both teams play at home Tuesday, Central Valley Academy against Holland Patent and Cooperstown against Little Falls.
    COOPERSTOWN 46, CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 35
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY (0-2) — Mark Brough 0; Isaiah Johnson 0; Connor Schultz 5; Zach Alexander 0; Connor Day 0; Matt Klosner 1; Cameron Madigan 7; Will Murray 2; Kamryn Perez 8; Mitchell Werenczak 8; Ryan Sponburgh 4; Tyler Miller 0; James Baylor 2; Jared Marquissee 0; Jacob Sweeney 0. Totals: 12-9-35.
    COOPERSTOWN (2-1) — James Johnson 2; Raymond Cabrera 3; Park Summers 8; Grant Davine 2; Jordan Manikas 20; Christian Alexander 6; Jack Donnelly 3. Totals 13-12-46.
    Central Valley Academy 9 8 9 9 — 35
    Cooperstown 13 12 10 11 — 46
    Three-pointers — Central Valley Academy 2 (Madigan 1, Schultz 1); Cooperstown 2 (Cabrera 1, Donnelly 1). JV — Central Valley Academy 52, Cooperstown 45.
    HAMILTON 49
    OWEN D. YOUNG 48
    HAMILTON, N.Y. — The Hamilton Emerald Knights hit 10 three-pointers in a low-scoring game Friday and edged Owen D. Young’s Wildcats 49-48.
    The long-range shooting helped Hamilton overcome Owen D. Young’s 15-1 scoring advantage at the foul line. More than half of Hamilton’s 19 baskets came from beyond the three-point arc.
    Zach Wilcox led the Emerald Knights (2-1) with 17 points and had four of their three-pointers.
    Page 3 of 3 - Marty Collins scored 23 points for the Wildcats (1-1) Maxwell Crisman and Lynn Backus each had seven points.
    Owen D. Young plays at New York Mills Tuesday.
    HAMILTON 49, OWEN D. YOUNG 48
    OWEN D. YOUNG (1-1) — Dustin Monk 0-2-2; Matt Cristman 1-0-2; Maxwell Crisman 2-3-7; Lynn Backus 3-1-7; Ryan Crouse 2-0-5; Johnny Brouillard 1-0-2; Martin Collins 7-9-23. Totals: 16-15-48.
    HAMILTON (2-1) — Patrick Salmon 3-0-8; Bryce Belanger 2-0-6; Logan Bailey 2-0-5; Matt VonDauber 2-0-4; Zachary Wilcox 6-1-17; Zach Dow 2-0-4; Brent Harris 1-0-3; Ben Knecht 1-0-2. Totals: 19-1-49.
    Owen D. Young 14 14 10 10 — 48
    Hamilton 14 14 13 8 — 49
    Three-pointers — Owen D. Young 1 (Crouse 1); Hamilton 10 (Wilcox 4, Belanger 2, Salmon 2, Bailey 1, Harris 1).
    POLAND 47
    SCHROON LAKE 32
    SCHROON LAKE, N.Y. — The Poland Tornadoes heated up in the second half Friday and defeated Schroon Lake’s Vikings 47-32 on the first night of the Pepsi Shootout.
    The Tornadoes trailed 19-17 at halftime then out up 30 points in the second half as they claimed their first win of the season. Mark Hennings scored a game-high 19 points and Ross Agen added 16 for Poland.
    Tanner Stone led the Vikings with 16 points.
    POLAND 47, SCHROON LAKE 32
    POLAND (1-1) — Mark Hennings 19; Cameron Tabor 6; Bryce Wenzel 2; Dustin DuBrule 4; Ross Agen 16. Totals: 19-8- 47.
    SCHROON LAKE ( 3-2) — Tanner Stone 16; Alex Shaughnessy 7; Caleb Maisonville 3; Joe Maisonville 6. Totals: 14-2- 32.
    Halftime — Schroon Lake 19, Poland 17. Three-pointers — Poland 1 (DuBrule 1); Schroon Lake 2 (A.Shaughnessy 1, Stone 1).
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