|
|
|
The Times
  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Little Falls rolls to victory in Herkimer

  • JANUARY 8 BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP The Little Falls Mounties scored the first 13 points of Tuesday’s game and kept going from there as they defeated Herkimer 91-52 for their second consecutive lopsided league victory. (ALSO: Richfield Springs 69, Schenevu...
    • email print
  • LITTLE FALLS 91, HERKIMER 52
    The Little Falls Mounties scored the first 13 points of Tuesday’s game and kept going from there as they defeated Herkimer 91-52 for their second consecutive lopsided league victory.
    Five nights after beating Dolgeville by 50 points at home, the Mounties (4-5, 3-2 CSC-II) went on the road to complete their first pass through Division II play in the Center State Conference. All 10 Mounties scored in the first half — six had at least six points — as Little Falls pressed its way to a 50-20 lead at the intermission. The Mounties had led 38-5 with 4 1/2 minutes left in the second quarter.
    Jordan Day wound up leading the Mounties with 18 points off the bench. Mitchell Baumeister scored 14 points, Tyler Baumeister scored 11 and Theo Wind, another reserve, had 12 points and five steals. Lucas Godlewski scored nine points and Jesse Lonis had eight points and nine rebounds.
    Demetrius Brown led Herkimer with 10 points. Adrian Viscomi and Adam Kirkpatrick each scored eight. All of Kirkpatrick’s points came from the foul line where Herkimer shot 17-for-35 as a team.
    Herkimer is home Saturday afternoon for a game against Camden. Little Falls’ next game is Monday at home against Mt. Markham.
    LITTLE FALLS MOUNTIES 91, HERKIMER MAGICIANS 52
    LITTLE FALLS (4-5, 3-2 CSC-II) — Mitchell Baumeister 4 3-4 14; Tyler Baumeister 4 2-2 11; Lucas Godlewski 2 5-7 9; Jesse Lonis 3 1-1 7; Mike Battisti 3 0-0 8; Brian Ewanyk 2 1-2 5; Will Robinson 1 3-6 5; Jordan Day 7 2-2 18; Theo Wind 4 3-6 12; Ben Delaney 1 0-0 2. Totals: 31 20-30 91.
    HERKIMER (3-6, 2-3 CSC-II) — Mike Dobek 0 0-0 0; Joe McKinney 2 2-6 7; Mitchell Scherer 1 0-0 2; Tucker Vogt 2 0-0 6; Adam Kirkpatrick 0 8-12 8; Malik Briggs 1 5-10 7; Demetrius Brown 4 2-6 10; Adrian Viscomi 3 0-0 8; Dan Graziadei 2 0-1 4. Totals: 15 17-35 52.
    Little Falls    21  29  25  16 — 91
    Herkimer      3  17  13  19 — 52
    Three-pointers — Little Falls 9 (M.Baumeister 3, Battisti 2, Day 2, T.Baumeister 1, Wind 1); Herkimer 5 (Viscomi 2, Vogt 2, McKinney 1). JV — Little Falls 60, Herkimer 44.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY 90, DOLGEVILLE 37
    NEWPORT, N.Y. — The West Canada Valley Indians scored 52 points Tuesday on the way to a 90-37 win over the Dolgeville Blue Devils.
    Five players scored in double figures for the Indians (7-3, 4-1 CSC-II) who outscored their guests 25-8 in the first quarter and 27-7 in the second. Josh Sudakow led the team with 18 points while Mike Sternberg had 16, Bobby Davenport had 12 and Jack Minasi and Alex Williams each had 10.
    Bryce Dineen led Dolgeville (0-7, 0-5 CSC-II) with 11 points.
    West Canada Valley travels to Holland Patent Thursday while Dolgeville has a game at home against Poland.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY INDIANS 90, DOLGEVILLE BLUE DEVILS 37
    DOLGEVILLE (0-7, 0-5 CSC-II) — Andrew Drumm 4; Mark Miller 6; Reid Johnson 3; Alex Johnson 6; Devin Bullock 4; Bryce Dineen 11; J.J. Dineen 3. Totals: 14-3-37
    WEST CANADA VALLEY (7-3, 4-1 CSC-II) — Bobby Davenport 12; Tyler Grogan 6; Jack Minasi 10; Brandon Roberts 4; Ryan Grogan 7; Mike Sternberg 16; Josh Sudakow 18; Alex Williams 10; Jordan Yaworski 5; Ryan Moody 2. Totals: 35-15-90.
    Page 2 of 4 - Dolgeville      8    7  10  12 — 37
    West Canada Valley    25  27  17  21 — 90
    Three-pointers — Dolgeville 6 (B.Dineen 3, Miller 2, R.Johnson 1); West Canada Valley 5 (Davenport 2, T.Grogan 2, Roberts 1). JV — West Canada Valley won.
    MOHAWK 70, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 51
    FRANKFORT, N.Y. — The Mohawk Mohicans completed their first pass through Division II of the Center State Conference with a 70-51 win at Frankfort-Schuyler.
    The league-leading Mohicans (9-1, 5-0 CSC-II), ranked 11th in the state in Class C, led by 22 points at halftime after outscoring the Maroon Knights 25-9 in the second quarter. Carson Murphy scored eight of his game-high 22 points in the second quarter and added 12 rebounds, six assists and four steals. Kainan McCarthy had 12 points, Ryan Sponburgh had nine points and three steals off the bench and Mike Santillo also scored nine points.
    Mitch Shortt led Frankfort-Schuyler (2-7, 1-4 CSC-II) with 16 points. Mark Spina hit all eight of his foul shots and added 10 points.
    The Mohicans head to West Winfield Thursday for a game against Mt. Markham. The Maroon Knights are home Friday for a game against Ilion.
    MOHAWK MOHICANS 70, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER MAROON KNIGHTS 51
    MOHAWK (9-1, 5-0 CSC-II) — Mike Santillo 4 1-1 9; McKensy Reardon 0 0-0 0; Jared Marquissee 2 0-0 4; Brandon Brault 1 0-0 2; Paul Joyce 1 0-0 2; Ryan Sponburgh 3 2-6 9; Connor Schultz 0 0-0 0; James Baylor 2 2-2 6; Carson Murphy 9 4-9 22; Kainan McCarthy 5 2-3 12; Eric Bowes 0 0-0 0; Derek Franco 0 0-0 0; Mitchell Werenczak 2 0-3 4. Totals: 29 11-24 70.
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER (2-7, 1-4 CSC-II) — John Biagini 1 0-0 2; Mark Spina 1 8-8 10; Richard Morocco 3 0-0 6; Mitch Shortt 6 2-2 16; Joe Juliano 2 0-0 4; Dante Migliore 1 1-2 3; Brandon Longo 1 0-0 2; Tyler Spellman 0 0-0 0; Nick Cooper 4 0-0 8. Totals: 19 11-12 51.
    Mohawk    16  25  11  18 — 70
    Frankfort-Schuyler    10    9  10  22 — 51
    Three-pointers — Mohawk 1 (Sponburgh 1); Frankfort-Schuyler 2 (Shortt 2).
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS 69, SCHENEVUS 50
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N.Y. — The Richfield Springs Indians trailed at the end of the opening period Tuesday but took the lead before halftime and defeated Schenevus 69-50.
    Richfield Springs (8-0, 5-0 TVL), undefeated and ranked ninth in the state in Class D, outscored the visiting Dragons 25-9 in the second quarter and led by 10 points at halftime. Joe Kelly led the Indians with 16 points while Keegan Wheelock-Tanner (14 points), Ben Smith (13) and Lucas VanRiper (10) all scored in double figures and Thomas Worobey had nine points.
    Kevin Weinhart scored 20 points for Schenevus (3-4, 3-2 TVL) which suffered its second straight loss after a 3-0 start in the Tri-Valley League.
    Richfield Springs plays at home again Friday against Morris.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS INDIANS 69, SCHENEVUS DRAGONS 50
    SCHENEVUS (3-4, 3-2 TVL) — David Vostatka 0; Tyler Comino 0; Jon Burton 2; Adam Kruk 2; Jacob Darling 10; John Roach 2; Kevin Weinert 20; Corey Roseboom 2; Robert Burton 12. Totals: 16 15-22 50.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS (8-0, 5-0 TVL) — Keegan Wheelock-Tanner 14; Lucas VanRiper 10; Joe Kelly 16; Thomas Worobey 9; Matt Siver 0; Chris Young 2; Singh Sunny 2; Steven Holland 3; Roman Hula 0; Evan Swartout 0; Ben Smith 13. Totals: 19 25-41 69.
    Page 3 of 4 - Schenevus    16    9  12  13 — 50
    Richfield Springs    10  25  12  22 — 69
    Three point goals — Schenevus 3 (R.Burton 2, Weinert 1); Richfield Springs 6 (Wheelock-Tanner 3, Worobey 3).
    MORRISVILLE-EATON 53, MT. MARKHAM 50, overtime
    SMITHFIELD, N.Y. — The Mt. Markham Mustangs rallied to force overtime on the road Tuesday but Morrisville-Eaton pulled out a 53-50 win to keep its record perfect within Division III of the Center State Conference.
    Will Thomas scored 15 of his game-high 31 points on free throws and the Warriors (7-2, 5-0 CSC-III) outscored the Mustangs 10-7 in overtime after the teams had played to a 43-all tie in regulation. Matt Roher added nine points for Morrisville-Eaton and Dakota Miller scored eight.
    Tyler Ostrander led the Mustangs (3-7, 3-3 CSC-III) with 14 points. Josh Holtham added 12 points and Travis Nelson scored nine.
    Mt. Markham hosts Mohawk Thursday.
    MORRISVILLE-EATON WARRIORS 53, MT. MARKHAM MUSTANGS 50, overtime
    MT. MARKHAM (3-7, 3-3 CSC-III) — Aaron VanValkenburgh 1-1-3; Kris Pontero 2-1-5; Travis Nelson 3-3-9; Nate Hudson 3-1-7; Josh Holtham 6-0-12; Tyler Ostander 7-0-14. Totals: 22-6-50.
    MORRISVILLE-EATON (7-2, 5-0 CSC-III) — Matt Roher 2-3-9; Will Thomas 8-15-31; Dakota Miller 3-0-8; Alec Diable 2-0-4; Daniel Hilts 0-1-1. Totals: 15-19-53.
    Mt. Markham      9    8    9  17    7 — 50
    Morrisville-Eaton    13    9  11  10  10 — 53
    Three-pointers — Mt. Markham 0; Morrisville-Eaton 4 (Miller 2, Roher 2).
    NEW YORK MILLS 69, ORISKANY 49
    NEW YORK MILLS, N.Y. — The New York Mills Marauders led by 18 points at halftime Tuesday on the way to a 69-49 win over the Oriskany Redskins.
    The Marauders (8-1, 5-0 CSC-IV), ranked fourth in the state in Class D, got 27 points from Nick Comenale and 22 from Cody Mariotti.
    Anthony Pickard scored 21 points for Oriskany (5-4, 2-2 CSC-IV).
    NEW YORK MILLS MARAUDERS 69, ORISKANY REDSKINS 49
    ORISKANY (5-4, 2-2 CSC-IV) — Austin Smith 3; Anthony Pickard 21; Chaz Koss 2; Dominick Solvestri 3; Ryan Schmadel 13; Alex Liddy 4; Cody Murphy 3. Totals: 19-4-49
    NEW YORK MILLS (8-1, 5-0 CSC-IV) — J.T. Ross 3; D.J. Kirilko 7; Luke Sunderlin 1; Terry Nichols 3; Nick Comenale 27; Cody Mariotti 22; Zachary Vennaro 6. Totals: 24-15-69
    Oriskany      9  13  15  12 — 49
    New York Mills 17  23  17  12 — 69
    Three-pointers — Oriskany 7 (Pickard 5, Schmadel 1, Smith 1); New York Mills 6 (Comenale 3, Kirilko 1, Nichols 1, Ross 1).
    WATERVILLE 66, COOPERSTOWN 34
    WATERVILLE, N.Y. — The undefeated Waterville Indians jumped ahead early and defeated Cooperstown 66-34 Tuesday.
    Jacob Knutti scored 21 points and John Piersma had 18 for the Indians (9-0, 5-0 CSC-III) who led 40-18 at halftime on their home court.
    Ethan Bliss scored 14 points for Cooperstown (4-5, 3-3 CSC-III).
    WATERVILLE INDIANS 66, COOPERSTOWN REDSKINS 34
    COOPERSTOWN (4-5, 3-3 CSC-III) — Jack Donnelly 6; Park Summers 2; Ethan Bliss 14; Grant Davine 4; Noah Sims 4; Jordan Manikas 4.
    WATERVILLE (9-0, 5-0 CSC-III) — John Piersma 18; Jacob Knutti 21; Jim Melvin 3; Luke Barnes 6; Zach Sawyer 2; Greg Elliott 8; Jacob Murray 4; Tyler Lemery 4.
    Page 4 of 4 - Cooperstown      9    9  14    2 — 34
    Waterville    21  19  13  13 — 66
    Three-pointers — Cooperstown 3 (Bliss 3); Waterville 5 (Knutti 3, Melvin 1, Piersma 1).
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY 63, WESTMORELAND 41
    SAUQUOIT, N.Y. — Three Indians scored in double figures Tuesday in Sauquoit Valley’s 63-41 win over the Westmoreland Bulldogs.
    Collin Jackson had 19 points for the Indians (6-4, 3-3 CSC-III) who outscored the Bulldogs in each of the first three quarters and led by 27 points entering the fourth. Alec Voce added 13 points and Brady Murphy scored 10.
    John Gerace scored 13 points for Westmoreland (1-8, 0-6 CSC-III).
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY INDIANS 63, WESTMORELAND BULLDOGS 41
    WESTMORELAND (1-8, 0-6 CSC-III) — John Gerace 13; Pat Nolan 2; Erik Harris 2; Zach Green 4; Jeremy Andron 5; Robert Heitzman 4; Jack Acquaviva 4; Trevor DiBiase 2; Tyler Taverne 5. Totals: 13-12-41.
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY (6-4, 3-3 CSC-III) — Rob Slivinski 8; Ethan Harris 2; Kyle Jones 4; Brady Murphy 10; Collin Jackson 19; Alec Voce 13; Kory Lewandrowski 5; Chris Hillman 2. Totals: 27-6-63.
    Westmoreland    12    5    8  16 — 41
    Sauquoit Valley    21    8  23  11 — 63
    Three-pointers — Westmoreland 3 (Gerace 2, Andron 1); Sauquoit Valley 3 (Murphy 2, Voce 1).
    HOLLAND PATENT 67, ADIRONDACK 41
    HOLLAND PATENT, N.Y. — The Holland Patent Golden Knights held Adirondack to two points in the first quarter of Tuesday’s 67-41 win over the Wildcats.
    Nate Palmer scored 18 points for Holland Patent (7-3, 4-2 CSC-I). Matt Curtis added 15.
    Jordan Millard led Adirondack (5-5, 2-3 CSC-I) with 12 points.
    HOLLAND PATENT GOLDEN KNIGHTS 67, ADIRONDACK WILDCATS 41
    ADIRONDACK (5-5, 2-3 CSC-I) — Justin Kranbuhl 3; Ryan Dellerba 2; Josh Nessel 1; Colton Cihocki 1; Tyler Pocchiari 4; Josh Howland 7; Jordan Millard 12; Joe Marks 5; Brandon Grenier 4; Hunter Bickham 2.
    HOLLAND PATENT (7-3, 4-2 CSC-I) — Stephen MaGahey 2; Garrett Gonley 5; Logan Reinold 7; Mike Strumplfer 8; Nate Palmer 18; Zach Thoman 3;  Ryan Locke 9; Matt Curtis 15.
    Adirondack      2  10  17  12 — 41
    Holland Patent    17  13  18  19 — 67
    Three-pointers — Adirondack 3 (Millard 2, Kranbuhl 1); Holland Patent 8 (Curtis 3, Reinold 2, Conley 1, Palmer 1, Thoman 1).

      calendar