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  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Poland back at .500 after beating Dolgeville

  • JANUARY 10 BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP The Poland Tornadoes climbed back to the .500 mark with their second road win of the week Thursday, a 59-43 victory in Dolgeville. (ALSO: West Canada Valley 68, Holland Patent 57; Mohawk 78, Mt. Markham 51; Hamilton 59, Owen ...
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  • POLAND 59, DOLGEVILLE 43
    The Poland Tornadoes climbed back to the .500 mark with their second road win of the week Thursday, a 59-43 victory in Dolgeville.
    The Tornadoes, coming off a Center State Conference Division IV victory Tuesday at Remsen, banked in two three-pointers while building an eight-point halftime lead. Winless Dolgeville (0-8) remained within eight points in the middle of the third quarter before a quick 10-3 spurt put the Tornadoes (5-5) up 47-32 in the final minute of the period. Blue Devil Brandon Lewandowski drove for a basket and added a free throw for the final points of the third quarter but Dolgeville would not get as close as 10 points after that.
    Junior Max Morrissey made his second start for Poland and recorded a double-double with 13 assists and 10 rebounds to go with four points. Mark Hennings led the Tornadoes with 17 points, Trevor Pillmore scored 13 and Mark Shelhamer had 10.
    J.J. Dineen led Dolgeville with 14 points, Lewandowski scored 10 and Bryce Dineen had nine.
    Poland takes on West Canada Valley at home Saturday afternoon. The Blue Devils travel to St. Johnsville Saturday to make up a Coach Cutspec Tournament game against Section II Middleburgh.
    POLAND TORNADOES 59, DOLGEVILLE BLUE DEVILS 43
    POLAND (5-5) — Mark Hennings 6 2-7 15; Max Morrissey 1 2-2 4; Bryce Wenzel 0 0-0 0; Dustin DuBrule 1 0-1 2; Mark Shelhammer 4 2-2 10; Kevin Valik 0 1-2 1; Austin Dexter 2 0-0 6; Ross Agen 1 4-10 6; Trevor Pillmore 5 3-6 13; Brett Ryan 1 0-0 2. Totals: 21 14-30 59.
    DOLGEVILLE (0-8) — Andrew Drumm 0 2-2 2; Mark Miller 0 0-0 0; Reid Johnson 0 0-0 0; Alex Johnson 0 0-0 0; Bryce Dineen 4 0-1 9; J.J. Dineen 5 4-7 14; Christian Seeley 2 0-0 4; Brandon Lewandowski 4 2-2 10; Shane Jaquay 2 0-2 4. Totals: 17 8-14 43.
    Poland    16  12  19  12 — 59
    Dolgeville    10  10  15    8 — 43
    Three-pointers — Poland 3 (Dexter 2, Hennings 1); Dolgeville 1 (B.Dineen 1). JV — Poland won.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY 68, HOLLAND PATENT 57
    HOLLAND PATENT, N.Y. — The Holland Patent Golden Knights were unable to duplicate their fourth-quarter rally from opening night as they dropped a 68-57 decision to the West Canada Valley Indians Thursday.
    The Golden Knights (7-4) scored 35 points in the final period Dec. 4 and took an 80-74 win home from Newport. They trailed by 11 points after three quarters that night; West Canada Valley led by 12 after three quarters Thursday.
    The Indians (8-3) had led by five points at halftime and outscored Holland Patent 21-14 in the third quarter to open a 50-38 lead on the road. They closed out the Center State Conference crossover victory by trading baskets with the Golden Knights i the fourth quarter.
    Jordan Yaworski scored 24 points to lead West Canada Valley. Jack Minasi added 14 points and Tyler Grogan had nine.
    Nate Palmer led Holland Patent with 23 points while Mike Strumpfler scored 13 and Logan Reinold had 12. Matt Curtis, who scored 22 points in the teams’ first meeting, had three points Thursday and sat out the final period.
    Page 2 of 4 - West Canada Valley was also victorious in the junior varsity game, coming back from eight points down in the final five minutes to win by five.
    The Indians have a game in Poland Saturday afternoon.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY INDIANS 68, HOLLAND PATENT GOLDEN KNIGHTS 57
    WEST CANADA VALLEY (8-3) — Bobby Davenport 7; Jack Minasi 14; Tyler Grogan 9; Mike Sternberg 2; Josh Sudakow 2; Alex Williams 5; Jordan Yaworski 24.
    HOLLAND PATENT (7-4) — Steve McGahey 4; Logan Reinold 12; Mike Strumpfler 13; Nate Palmer 23; Matt Curtis 3; Ryan Locke 2.
    West Canada Valley    12  17  21  18 — 68
    Holland Patent    10  14  14  19 — 57
    Three-pointers — West Canada Valley 4 (Minasi 2, Davenport 1, T.Grogan 1); Holland Patent 5 (Reinold 2, Curtis 1, Palmer 1, Strumpfler 1). JV — West Canada Valley won.
    MOHAWK 78, MT. MARKHAM 51
    WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. — The Mohawk Mohicans outscored Mt. Markham 19-5 in the first quarter Thursday and set their course for a 78-51 win over the Mustangs.
    Carson Murphy had 23 points, seven assists and three steals for the Mohicans (10-1) who are ranked 11th in the state in Class C. Mike Santillo added 19 points, Kainan McCarthy had 13 points, eight rebounds, three blocked shots, four assists and two steals and Paul Joyce had five rebounds and four assists.
    Tyler Ostrander led Mt. Markham (3-8) with 14 points and Nate Hudson scored 10.
    Mt. Markham has a game at home Monday against Little Falls. Mohawk is home Monday to take on Section IV Edmeston in the rescheduled championship game from Morris’ Ray Clement Holiday Tournament.
    MOHAWK MOHICANS 78, MT. MARKHAM MUSTANGS 51
    MOHAWK (10-1) — Mike Santillo 19; Tyler Kehl 4; McKensy Reardon 4; Jared Marquisse 6; Brandon Brault 5; Ryan Sponburgh 1; Carson Murphy 23; Kainan McCarthy 13; Mitchell Werenczak 3.
    MT. MARKHAM (3-8) — Aaron VanValkenburg 4; Mike Alsante 3; Larry Hammill 2; Kris Pontero 9; Travis Nelson 8; Nate Hudson 10; Josh Holtham 3; Tyler Ostrander 12.
    Mohawk    19  17  21  19 — 78
    Mt. Markham      5  17  13  14 — 51
    Three-pointers — Mohawk 4 (Santillo 4, Brault 1); Mt. Markham 5 (Hudson 2, Pontero 2, Holtham 1).
    HAMILTON 59, OWEN D. YOUNG 56
    HAMILTON, N.Y. — Logan Bailey scored 20 points Thursday as the Hamilton Emerald Knights defeated Owen D. Young’s Wildcats for their second win of the season.
    The Emerald Knights (2-8) outscored their guests 20-12 in the first quarter but the margin was down to two points at the start of the fourth. Ben Yacavone added 12 points for Hamilton and Andrew Holcomb scored 10.
    Marty Collins scored 26 points and Kyle Ferguson had 19 for Owen D. Young (6-4).
    The Wildcats next play Monday at New York Mills.
    HAMILTON EMERALD KNIGHTS 59, OWEN D. YOUNG WILDCATS 56
    OWEN D. YOUNG (6-4) — Maxwell Crisman 2; Lynn Backus 2; Ryan Crouse 7; Marty Collins 26; Kyle Ferguson 19. Totals: 23-9-56.
    HAMILTON (2-8) — Brent Harris 8; Bryce Belanger 7; Logan Bailey 20; Ben Yacavone 12; Zach Dow 2; Andrew Holcomb 10. Totals: 21-13-59.
    Owen D. Young    12  15  13  16 — 56
    Hamilton    20  12  10  17 — 59
    Three-pointers — Owen D. Young 1 (Crouse 1); Hamilton 4 (Bailey 1, Belanger 1, Harris 1, Yacavone 1).
    Page 3 of 4 - ADIRONDACK 72, REMSEN 40
    BOONVILLE, N.Y. — The Adirondack Wildcats led by 16 points at halftime and outscored Remsen 26-7 in the third quarter of Thursday’s 72-40 win over the Rams.
    Justin Kranbuhl scored 18 points, Jordan Millard had 12 and Ryan Dellerba passed out a career-high 10 assists for Adirondack (6-5).
    Sebastian Bullard scored 16 points for Remsen.
    ADIRONDACK WILDCATS 72, REMSEN RAMS 40
    REMSEN (n/a) — Sebastian Bullard 16; Shane Decker 6; Steven Gothan 10; Ryan Kelly 1; Adam McDonald 4; David Peterson 3. Totals: 15-7-40.
    ADIRONDACK (6-5) — Justin Kranbuhl 18; Elliot Hernandez 4; Josh Nessel 5; Colton Cihocki 7; Tyler Pocchiari 4; Josh Howland 4; Jordan Millard 12; Joe Marks 8; Brandon Grenier 8; Hunter Bickham 2. Totals: 28-6-72.
    Remsen    10  10    7  13 — 40
    Adirondack    21  15  26  10 — 72
    Three-pointers — Remsen 3 (Gothan 2, Bullard 1); Adirondack 10 (Kranbuhl 4, Millard 4, Howland 1, Nessel 1).
     
    COOPERSTOWN 78, SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE 70, overtime
    SHERBURNE, N.Y. — The Cooperstown Redskins rallied from 10 points down at the start of the fourth quarter Thursday and defeated Sherburne-Earlville's Marauders 78-70 in overtime.
    Ethan Bliss beat the buzzer with one of his seven three-pointers and sent the game into overtime. Bliss finished with 31 points, including two more three-pointers in overtime, and Noah Sims added 20 points for the Redskins (5-4).
    Austin Jasper scored 20 points for Sherburne-Earlville (7-4).
    COOPERSTOWN REDSKINS 78, SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE MARAUDERS 70, overtime
    COOPERSTOWN (5-4) — Sawyer Haney 6; Park Summers 3; Nicolas Knull 5; Noah Sims 20; Jordan Manikas 13; Ethan Bliss 31. Totals: 26-18-78.
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE (7-4) — Elijah Morris 3; Jesse Yerton 11; Carter Cole 3; John McDaniel 4; Mick Khoury 8; Austin Jasper 20; Matt Smith 19; J.P. Osborne 2. Totals: 27-10-70.
    Cooperstown    14  16  15  21  12 — 78
    Sherburne-Earlville    11  17  27  11    4 — 70
    Three-pointers — Cooperstown 8 (Bliss 7, Sims 1); Sherburne-Earlville 6 (Smith 2, Yerton 2, Cole 1, Khoury 1).
    NEW YORK MILLS 67, MORRISVILLE-EATON 60
    SMITHFIELD, N.Y. — Tied after three quarters, the New York Mills Marauders scored 25 points in the fourth and defeated Morrisville-Eaton 67-60 on the road Thursday.
    Nick Comenale scored 19 points and J.T. Ross added 16 for the Marauders (9-1).
    Will Thomas had 37 points for Morrisville-Eaton (7-3).
    NEW YORK MILLS MARAUDERS 67, MORRISVILLE-EATON WARRIORS 60
    NEW YORK MILLS (9-1) — J.T. Ross 16; Andrew Surprenant 12; Nick Comenale 19; Cody Mariotti 16; Zach Vennaro 4. Totals: 22-17-67.
    MORRISVILLE-EATON (7-3) — Matt Roher 9; Will Thomas 37; Dakota Miller 3; Alec Diable 9; Dan Hilts 2. Totals: 24-8-60.
    New York Mills    16  16  10  25 — 67
    Morrisville-Eaton    15  12  15  18 — 60
    Three-pointers — New York Mills 6 (Surprenant 3, Ross 2, Comenale 1); Morrisville-Eaton 4 (Diable 3, Miller 1).
    ORISKANY 68, WESTMORELAND 58
    WESTMORELAND, N.Y. — The Oriskany Redskins were tied after three quarters in Westmoreland Thursday but pulled away to defeat the Bulldogs 68-58.
    Anthony Pickard led Oriskany (7-4) with 24 points while Austin Smith added 16.
    John Gerace scored 25 points for Westmoreland.
    ORISKANY REDSKINS 68, WESTMORELAND BULLDOGS 58
    ORISKANY (7-4) — Austin Smith 16; Anthony Pickard 24; Chad Koss 10; Dustin Dorsino 2; Ryan Schmadel 10; Cody Murphy 6. Totals: 26-13-68.
    Page 4 of 4 - WESTMORELAND (1-9) — John Gerace 25; Erik Harris 5; Zach Green 7; Dylan Hannaford 5; Tyler Taverne 16. Totals: 22-9-58.
    Oriskany      4  26  15  23 — 68
    Westmoreland    13  17  15  13 — 58
    Three-pointers — Oriskany 3 (Pickard 3); Westmoreland 5 (Gerace 3, Green 1, Harris 1).
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