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  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Oppenheim-Ephratah wins first game on its own

  • DECEMBER 3 BOYS' BASKETBALL



    The Oppenheim-Ephratah Hawks made a successful return to the hardwood on their own Saturday when they defeated the Remsen Rams 54-20 in the first round of Remsen’s tip-off tournament.



    (ALSO: Fort Plain 49, Waterford-Halfmoon 25; Duanesburg 48, St. Johnsville 42; and Canajoharie 47, Maple Hill 45.)

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  • OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH 54, REMSEN 20
    The Oppenheim-Ephratah Hawks made a successful return to the hardwood on their own Saturday when they defeated the Remsen Rams 54-20 in the first round of Remsen’s tip-off tournament.
    The Hawks, who competed as a combined Section II program with St. Johnsville last winter after ending their final solo season with 12 consecutive defeats, jumped out to a 20-3 lead in the first quarter of Saturday’s contest against a former Center State Conference rival.
    Matt Getman scored 13 points to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah. Zack Kadlic added 12 points and 11 rebounds in his first varsity game, Dustin Calhoun grabbed 10 rebounds while Kyle Smith and Justin Case chipped in with nine and eight points, respectively.
    Adam McDonald scored nine points to lead Remsen.
    OId Forge won Saturday’s other first-round game.
    OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH HAWKS 54, REMSEN RAMS 20
    Oppenheim-Ephratah    20  13    8  13 — 54
    Remsen      3    6    4    7 — 20
    OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH (1-0) — Matt Getman 13; Justin Case 8; Ricky Jasowitz 7; Dustin Calhoun 0; Kyle Smith 9; Zack Kadlic 12; Kodi Brown 5. Totals: 23-6-54.
    REMSEN (0-1) — Casey Corrigan 7; Richard Hartman 4; Adam McDonald 9. Totals:  9-2-20.
    Three-pointers — Oppenheim-Ephratah 2 (Brown 1, Jasowitz 1).
    FORT PLAIN 49, WATERFORD-HALFMOON 25
    WATERFORD, N.Y. — Harold Dettmer scored 21 points Saturday and led the Fort Plain Hilltoppers to a season-opening 49-25 victory over the Waterford-Halfmoon Fordians at at Waterford-Halfmoon’s Coaches vs. Cancer event.
    The Hilltoppers led 14-4 after one quarter and 24-11 at halftime. Joe Ray added nine points in his first varsity game.
    Dave Fletcher scored seven points to lead the Fordians.
    The Hilltoppers return to Waterford Sunday to meet Hoosick Falls.
    FORT PLAIN HILLTOPPERS 49, WATERFORD-HALFMOON FORDIANS 25
    FORT PLAIN (1-0) — Stephen Belden 2 1-5 5; Ryan Blair 3 0-1 6; Harold Dettmer 7 6-9 21; Chris Hanifin 1 0-1 2; Joe Ray 4 0-0 9; Jake Sardina 2 0-0 5; Zack Sweet 0 1-2 1. Totals: 19 8-18 49.
    WATERFORD-HALFMOON (0-1) — Jeff Carr 2 0-0 4; Donnie Emory 1 0-2 2; Dave Fletcher 3 0-0 7; Steve Fratianni 3 0-0 6; Brett Givney 1 0-0 3; Christian Jones 0 1-4 1; Josh Orton 1 0-0 2. Totals: 11 1-6 25.
    Fort Plain    14  10  14  11 — 49
    Waterford-Halfmoon      4    7  10    4 — 25
    Three-pointers — Fort Plain 3 (Dettmer 1, Ray 1, Sardina 1); Waterford-Halfmoon 2 (Fletcher 1, Givney 1).
    DUANESBURG 48, ST. JOHNSVILLE 42
    WATERFORD, N.Y. — The Duanesburg Eagles held St. Johnsville to 14 first-half points Saturday and defeated the Saints 48-42 at Waterford-Halfmoon’s Coaches vs. Cancer event.
    Adam Fiacco scored 21 points to lead the Eagles.
    Brandon Campione, a varsity newcomer, scored 18 points for St. Johnsville.
    The Saints return to Waterford Sunday for a game against the tournament hosts.
    DUANESBURG EAGLES 48, ST. JOHNSVILLE SAINTS 42
    DUANESBURG (1-0) — Adam Fiacco 9 2-4 21; Doug Hutchins 1 0-0 3; Dylan Madison 1 2-2 4; Sean McGarry 3 1-6 8; Nolan McHugh 2 1-2 6; Dustin Thomas 1 3-5 6. Totals: 17 9-19 48.
    ST. JOHNSVILLE (0-1) — Brandon Campione 8 2-4 18; Alex Hart 1 4-4 6; Robert Jaikin 1 0-0 2; Dylan Klock 1 0-0 2; James Looman 3 1-2 7; Johnny Vicciarelli 3 1-5 7. Totals: 17 8-15 42.
    Page 2 of 2 - Duanesburg      8  14  14  12 — 48
    St. Johnsville      6    8  15  13 — 42
    Three-pointers — Duanesburg 5 (Fiacco 1, Hutchins 1, McGarry 1, McHugh 1, Thomas 1); St. Johnsville 0.
    Canajoharie 47, Maple Hill 45
    GREENWICH, N.Y. — Ryan Hodge scored 21 points Saturday and the Canajoharie Cougars defeated Maple Hill 47-45 for their first victory of the season.
    The Cougars (1-1) trailed by three points entering the fourth quarter at Greenwich High School.
    Josh Gonzalez added 10 points for Canajoharie and Dillon Veeder scored eight.
    Matthew Seeberger led Maple Hill (0-2) with 20 points. Maple Hill returned to Greenwich Sunday and was beaten by the host school.
    Canajoharie plays at home Wednesday against Northville.
    CANAJOHARIE COUGARS 47, MAPLE HILL WILDCATS 45
    MAPLE HILL (0-2) — Jon Chesky 3 0-0 7; Joe Lindeman 1 0-0 2; Logan Samarija 2 0-0 4; Matthew Seeberger 8 4-6 20; John Somerville 6 0-0 12. Totals: 20 4-6 45.
    CANAJOHARIE (1-1) — Dante Binotto 1 0-0 2; Josh Gonzalez 3 4-4 10; Ryan Hodge 8 4-7 21; Joe Horning 2 0-0 4; Kevin Shannon 1 0-0 2; Dillan Veeder 4 0-0 8. Totals: 19 8-11 47.
    Maple Hill          9  13  11  12 — 45
    Canajoharie      7  11  12  17 — 47
    Three-pointers — Maple Hill 1 (Chesky 1); Canajoharie 1 (Hodge 1).
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports
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