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  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Frankfort-Schuyler beats Cooperstown by three

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  • COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights held on at the end Thursday and beat Cooperstown’s Hawkeyes 47-44 on the road.
    The Maroon Knights (5-1, 3-1 CSC-II) led by seven points at the start of the fourth quarter but were outscored 13-9 in that period.
    Danielle Migliore scored a game-high 19 points for the Maroon Knights and added six rebounds, five assists, four steals and two blocked shots. Kristy Wallace added 15 points and hit the only two foul shots Frankfort-Schuyler attempted. Kaitlyn Di’Flo grabbed 11 rebounds and Gabby Caruso had six with a pair of blocked shots.
    Liz Millea, who had scored 81 points in her previous three games, including 28 at Little Falls and 29 at Herkimer, scored seven Thursday while Lucy Ford led the Hawkeyes (4-3, 2-2 CSC-II) with nine. Ford had eight rebounds, Millea had five steals and Maggie Hall scored eight points.
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 47, COOPERSTOWN 44
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER (5-1, 3-1 CSC-II) — Danielle Caivana 2 0-0 5; Danielle Migliore 8 0-0 19; Kristy Wallace 6 2-2 15; Gabriella Caruso 1 0-0 2; Alexis Bianchi 3 0-0 6. Totals: 20 2-2 47.
    COOPERSTOWN (4-3, 2-2 CSC-II) — Christina Noto 2 0-0 4; Liz Millea 2 3-5 7; S.J. Morosko 2 0-0 5; Mallory Arthurs 2 0-2 4; Jenn Flynn 2 0-0 4; Maggie Hall 3 1-1 8; Lucy Ford 3 3-4 9; Ciarra McGoldrick 0 3-4 3. Totals: 16 10-16 44.
    Frankfort-Schuyler 14 8 16 9 — 47
    Cooperstown 11 15 5 13 — 44
    Three-pointers — Frankfort-Schuyler 5 (Migliore 3, Caivana 1, Wallace 1); Cooperstown 2 (Hall 1, Morosko 1). JV — Cooperstown won.
    POLAND 64
    MADISON 27
    POLAND, N.Y. — The Poland Tornadoes outscored Madison 23-2 in the first quarter of Thursday’s 64-27 win over the Blue Devils in a rematch from the first round of last year’s Section III playoffs.
    Kara Morrison led the Tornadoes (6-1, 3-0 CSC-IV) with 13 points while Shiane Irwin scored 12.
    Autumn McLain had eight points for Madison.
    POLAND 64, MADISON 27
    MADISON (0-4, 0-3 CSC-IV) — Haley Ponton 2-2-6; Brooke Nassimos 1-1-3; Aliana Maine 1-0-2; Megan Rockhill 2-0-4; Autumn McLain 4-0-8; Haley Mayne 2-0-4. Totals: 12-3-27.
    POLAND (6-1, 3-0 CSC-IV) — Shawna Rickard 1-0-2; Paige Sullivan 3-0-6; Mikayla Blumenstock 4-0-8; Lexi Darrow 1-0-2; Kara Morrison 6-1-13; Nicole Kasprzyk 1-1-3; Mikayla Flansburg 3-1-8; Shiane Irwin 4-2-12; Brooke Gipe 4-0-8; Hannah Pillmore 1-0-2. Totals: 28-5-64.
    Madison 2 6 10 9 — 27
    Poland 23 16 12 13 — 64
    Three-pointers — Madison 0; Poland 3 (Irwin 2, Flansburg 1). JV — Poland 68, Madison 13.
    CLINTON 43
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 32
    ILION, N.Y. — The Clinton Warriors held Central Valley Academy to two points in each of the middle two quarters and beat the Thunder 43-32 Thursday.
    Jazmin Knight scored 16 points for the Warriors (4-2, 3-0 CSC-I) who led 12-7 after the first quarter then outscored the Thunder 22-4 in the second and third.
    Nicole Doolen had 17 points for Central Valley Academy which scored 21 of its 32 points in the final period.
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    CLINTON (4-2, 3-0 CSC-I) — Jenny Maxam 2; Leah Arnal 2; Heather Knight 6; Alexis Lusby 4; Kendell Arndt 2; Gina Martini 2; Jazmin Knight 16; Audrey Bartels 2; Natalee Wrege 7. Totals: 18-5-43.
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY (0-4, 0-2 CSC-I) — Nicole Doolen 17; Rachael Phillips 3; Makayla Donato 1; Rebecca Shepard 2; Audrey Bunce 4; Nicole Harrigan 2; Johna Cusworth 3. Totals: 12-7-32.
    Clinton 12 8 14 9 — 43
    Central Valley Academy 7 2 2 21 — 32
    Three-pointers — Clinton 2 (H.Knight 2); Central Valley Academy 1(Cusworth 1). JV — Central Valley Academy won.
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY 46
    WESTMORELAND 16
    WESTMORELAND, N.Y. — The Sauquoit Valley Indians held Westmoreland to six points or fewer in each quarter Thursday and defeated the Bulldogs 46-16.
    Brianne Cardillo scored a game-high 10 points as Sauquoit Valley (2-3, 2-2 CSC-III) picked up its second win in a row after an 0-3 start to the season.
    Morgan Barber led Westmoreland (1-4, 0-3 CSC-III) with six points.
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY 46, WESTMORELAND 16
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY (2-3, 2-2 CSC-III) — Brianne Cardillo 10; Haylie Inglis 7; Morgan Talma 6; Casey Wakefield 5; Alyson Gaffney 5; Marissa Jones 5; Jordan Talma 4; Samantha Critelli 4.
    WESTMORELAND (1-4, 0-3 CSC-III) — Morgan Barber 6; Jeanna Hauk 4; Gabe Miller 2; Marina DeAngelo 2; Makenzie Lane 2.
    Sauquoit Valley 7 14 16 9 — 46
    Westmoreland 4 6 4 2 — 16
    Three-pointers — Sauquoit Valley 1 (Wakefield 1); Westmoreland 0.
    HOLLAND PATENT 57
    ADIRONDACK 45
    HOLLAND PATENT, N.Y. — Alyssa Curtis hit six three-pointers and scored 22 points for Holland Patent Thursday in the Golden Knights’ 57-45 win over the Adirondack Wildcats.
    Holland Patent started the game wit an 18-1 run and led by 12 points at halftime. Adirondack got as close as seven points at 31-24 after scoring six of the first seven points in the second half but the Golden Knights answered with 15 consecutive points. The largest Holland Patent lead was 27 points at 53-26.
    Ally Livesey scored 14 points for the Golden Knights and Jessica Livesey had 10.
    Lexi Charbonneau and Abby Philbrick each scored 14 points for Adirondack.
    HOLLAND PATENT 57, HOLLAND PATENT 45
    ADIRONDACK — Justine Lee 0 0-2 0; Abby Philbrick 3 5-8 14; Sophi Williams 1 0-1 2; Lexi Charbonneau 3 8-13 14; Rebecka Backer 2 2-6 6; Summer Patrick 3 1-2 9. Totals: 12 16-32 45.
    HOLLAND PATENT — Riley Reinold 1 3-4 5; Ally Livesey 4 4-6 14; Jessica Livesey 4 2-3 10; Kierston Backus 2 2-4 6; Alyssa Curtis 7 2-2 22. Totals: 18 13-19 57.
    Adirondack 4 14 8 19 — 45
    Holland Patent 18 12 19 8 — 57
    Three-pointers — Adirondack 5 (Philbrick 3, Patrick 2); Holland Patent 8 (Curtis 6, A.Livesey 2).
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