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  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: West Canada Valley beats Frankfort-Schuyler by 13

  • FBRUARY 5 GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP The West Canada Valley Indians held a 10-point lead at halftime and maintained a working margin until the end of Tuesday’s 53-40 win over the Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights. (ALSO: Little Falls 52, Dolgeville 30; Sch...
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  • WEST CANADA VALLEY 53, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 40
    The West Canada Valley Indians held a 10-point lead at halftime and maintained a working margin until the end of Tuesday’s 53-40 win over the Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights.
    Frankfort-Schuyler (8-8, 4-5 CSC-II) got within seven points at the start of the third quarter. West Canada Valley (11-6, 6-3 CSC-II) responded with seven straight points and took its largest lead at 31-17.
    Alexis Fauvelle led the Indians with 18 points on Senior Night and added eight steals and five assists. Carissa Tasovac added 16 points, seven during the first quarter when West Canada Valley took a 14-7 lead, and grabbed seven rebounds. Courtney Phillips scored 10 points and Morgan Lynch had seven rebounds.
    Danielle Migliore scored 14 points for Frankfort-Schuyler. Kristy Wallace added nine.
    West Canada Valley finishes the regular season at home Thursday against Dolgeville. Frankfort-Schuyler takes on Rome Catholic at home Friday then finishes the regular season in Mohawk Saturday.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY INDIANS 53, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER MAROON KNIGHTS 40
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER (8-8, 4-5 CSC-II) — Danielle Migliore 4 5-6 14; Cassandra Grippe 0 3-4 3; Simone Palumbo 0 1-2 1; Kristy Wallace 3 2-4 9; Kaitlyn Di’Flo 2 2-3 6; Marcella Costello 0 0-0 0; Gabriella Caruso 1 0-0 2; Alexis Bianchi 1 2-6 5. Totals: 11 15-25 40.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY (11-6, 6-3 CSC-II) — Danny VanName 0 1-2 1; Mikey Maxwell 0 0-0 0; Morgan Lynch 2 0-0 4; Hayley Yager 0 1-2 1; Sara Hall 1 0-0 2; Courtney Phillips 5 0-0 10; Carissa Tasovac 5 4-6 16; Alexis Fauvelle 5 7-8 18; Tessa Brown 0 1-2 1; Laken Dawson 0 0-0 0. Totals: 18 14-20 53.
    Frankfort-Schuyler      7    7  11  15 — 40
    West Canada Valley    14  10  12  17 — 53
    Three-pointers — Frankfort-Schuyler 3 (Bianchi 1, Migliore 1, Wallace 1); West Canada Valley 3 (Tasovac 2, Fauvelle 1). JV — West Canada Valley 48, Frankfort-Schuyler 40.
    LITTLE FALLS 52, DOLGEVILLE 30
    DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. — The Little Falls Mounties moved within one game of a perfect finish in Division II of the Center State Conference with Tuesday’s 52-30 win at Dolgeville.
    The Mounties (13-4, 9-0 CSC-II) jumped ahead with 18 points in the first quarter and led 33-17 at halftime. Gen Schoff led Little Falls with 20 points while Amy Hart added 10 and Kelli Shepardson scored eight.
    Tereza VanOlst had 13 points and 10 rebounds for Dolgeville (9-8, 2-7 CSC-II). Marisa Chavez added nine rebounds and four steals with four points. Mary Reardon had six points and four assists.
    Both teams complete the regular season Thursday when Little Falls hosts Herkimer and Dolgeville travels to West Canada Valley.
    LITTLE FALLS MOUNTIES 52, DOLGEVILLE BLUE DEVILS 30
    LITTLE FALLS (13-4, 9-0 CSC-II) — Kelli Shepardson 2-4-8; Hannah Becker 2-0-6; Kaitlyn Duesler 1-0-2; Gen Schoff 8-0-20; Cheyenne Richards 0-0-0; Cheyanne Rivenburg 0-0-0; Sarah Bruins 3-0-6; Amy Hart 4-0-10; Kristi Torres 0-0-0. Totals: 20-4-52.
    DOLGEVILLE (9-8, 2-7 CSC-II) — Lyndsey Stoehrer 1-0-2; Mary Reardon 3-0-6; Crystal Barton 2-0-5; Tereza VanOlst 4-4-13; Marisa Chavez 2-0-4; Jackie Bange 0-0-0; Matina Mouyos 0-0-0; Jackie Fake 0-0-0; Amanda Carpenter 0-0-0; Sarah Deveny 0-0-0; Becca Souza 0-0-0. Totals: 12-4-30.
    Page 2 of 4 - Little Falls    18  15    6  13 — 52
    Dolgeville    11    6    7    6 — 30
    Three-pointers — Little Falls 8 (Schoff 4, Becker 2, Hart 2); Dolgeville 2 (Barton 1, VanOlst 1).
    SCHENEVUS 50, RICHFIELD SPRINGS 27
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N.Y. — The Schenevus Dragons shook off a two-point first quarter on the road Tuesday and defeated Richfield Springs’ Indians 50-27.
    The Dragons (10-3, 10-2 TVL) came back with 17 points in the second quarter and took a 19-11 halftime lead.
    Taylor Spranger scored 13 points for Schenevus. Sarah Mellor added nine points while Sierra Bentley and Ceara Marlowe each had eight.
    Ashley Fuller led Richfield Springs (3-12, 2-10 TVL) with nine points.
    The Indians travel to Milford Friday.
    SCHENEVUS DRAGONS 50, RICHFIELD SPRINGS INDIANS 27
    SCHENEVUS (10-3, 10-2 TVL) — Victoria Keever 0 0-0 0; Danielle Ost 0 3-4 3; Sierra Bentley 4 0-0 8; Ceara Marlowe 4 0-0 8; Karly Cairo 0 1-3 1; Sarah Mellor 3 3-3 9; Alyssa Turner 0 2-4 2; Taylor Spranger 4 4-4 13; Danielle Tefft 1 4-4 6. Totals: 16 17-22 50.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS (3-12, 2-10 TVL) — Jerikah Hext 1 4-5 6; Kaity Richvalsky 1 0-2 2; Shannon Vigh 1 0-0 2; Vanessa Miller 1 2-6 4; Ashley Fuller 4 1-3 9; Petra Peretin 1 0-5 2; Nicolle Scheffler 1 0-0 2; Jamie Madaras 0 0-0 0. Totals: 10 7-21 27.
    Schenevus      2  17  14  17 — 50
    Richfield Springs      6    5    6  10 — 27
    Three-pointers — Schenevus 1 (Spranger 1); Richfield Springs 0. JV — Schenevus won.
    ORISKANY 59, POLAND 37
    POLAND, N.Y. — The undefeated Oriskany Redskins outscored Poland 8-1 at the start of Tuesday’s game and led 14-4 after the first quarter on the way to a 59-37 victory.
    The Redskins (17-0, 11-0 CSC-IV) are ranked fifth in the state in Class D as they prepare to defend the Section III championship they won last year under coach Angela Meiss. They play at home Thursday with a chance to complete a perfect regular season against New York Mills, a
    team they have beaten twice already this season.
    Christina Graziadei scored 24 points and Jordan Sahl had 22 for Oriskany in Tuesday’s win.
    Paige Sullivan led Poland (7-10, 6-5 CSC-IV) with 16 points.
    The Tornadoes’ regular season finale is Thursday at home against Westmoreland.
    ORISKANY REDSKINS 59, POLAND TORNADOES 37
    ORISKANY (17-0, 11-0 CSC-IV) — Madison Zizzi 4; Lexi Drake 2; Christina Graziadei 24; Sara Barton 2; Brandi Zizzi 3; Meriah Kotary 2; Jordan Sahl 22.
    POLAND (7-10, 6-5 CSC-IV) — Brianna Goggin 2; Mikayla Blumenstock 6; Paige Sullivan 16; Kierston Backus 3; Kara Morrison 7; Brooke Gipe 3.
    Oriskany    17  15  16  11 — 59
    Poland      4  13    7  13 — 37
    Three-pointers — Oriskany 2 (Graziadei 2); Poland 1 (Sullivan 1). JV — Poland 35, Oriskany 28, overtime.
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE 63, ILION 33
    ILION, N.Y. — The Sherburne-Earlville Marauders outscored Ilion in all four quarters Tuesday and defeated the Golden Bombers 63-33.
    Jordan VanAlthuis scored 20 points for the Marauders (12-4, 7-2 CSC-I). Savannah Irwin added 17 points and Lilly Berg had 11.
    Ilion (7-10, 2-7 CSC-I) got 11 points each from Mackenzie Stubley and Emily LaLonde and nine from Nicole Doolen.
    The Golden Bombers take on Clinton at home Thursday.
    Page 3 of 4 - SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE MARAUDERS 63, ILION GOLDEN BOMBERS 33
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE (12-4, 7-2 CSC-I) — Mikayla Solloway 2; Jordan VanAlthuis 20; Bridgette McDaniel 2; Savannah Irwin 17; Katherine Robertson 7; Kelsie Christian 4; Lilly Berg 11. Totals: 25-4-63.
    ILION (7-10, 2-7 CSC-I) — Mackenzie Stubley 11; Nicole Doolen 9; Emily LaLonde 11; Makayla Donato 2. Totals: 14-4-33.
    Sherburne-Earlville    19  12  19  13 — 63
    Ilion    10    9    9    5 — 33
    Three-pointers — Sherburne-Earlville 9 (Irwin 5, VanAlthuis 3, Robertson 1); Ilion 1 (Stubley 1). JV — Sherburne-Earlville won.
    CLINTON 60, ADIRONDACK 32
    CLINTON, N.Y. — The Clinton Warriors scored 42 points in the second half Tuesday and defeated the Adirondack Wildcats 60-32.
    The Warriors (11-6, 4-5 CSC-I) had led 18-13 at halftime.
    Jazmin Knight scored 22 points and Elyssa Hapanowicz had 21 for the Warriors.
    Katie Lastowski scored 21 points for Adirondack (7-10, 1-8 CSC-I).
    Clinton plays Thursday Ilion while Adirondack finishes the regular season at home Friday against Holland Patent.
    CLINTON WARRIORS 60, ADIRONDACK WILDCATS 32
    ADIRONDACK (7-10, 1-8 CSC-I) — Anna Kramer 2; Emily Belewich 3; Katie Lastowski 21; Rebecca Backer 3; Kiana Adams 3. Totals: 12-7-32.
    CLINTON (11-6, 4-5 CSC-I) — Marrisa Cornelius 2; Elyssa Hapanowicz 21; Alexis Lusby 2; Kelly Griffiths 6; Heather Knight 7; Jazmin Knight 22. Totals: 23-9-60.
    Adirondack      9    4    9  10 — 32
    Clinton      7  11  17  25 — 60
    Three-pointers — Adirondack 1 (Belewich 1); Clinton 5 (Hapanowicz 4, H.Knight 1). JV — Clinton won.
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY 31, MT. MARKHAM 29
    SAUQUOIT, N.Y. — The Sauquoit Valley Indians rallied past Mt. Markham in the fourth quarter Tuesday and defeated the Mustangs 31-29.
    The Indians (4-13, 2-6 CSC-III) had scored 16 points through three quarters and trailed by six entering the fourth. They outscored the Mustangs (2-14, 2-6 CSC-III) 15-7 in the final period.
    Morgan Talma had nine points and 12 rebounds for Sauquoit Valley. Danielle Ricci matched Talma’s nine points and Brianne Cardillo matched her 12 rebounds.
    Angela Bartlett led all scorers with 10 points for Mt. Markham. Morgan Westbrook added nine points and Bryn Hoover scored seven.
    Mt. Markham takes on Waterville at home Thursday.
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY INDIANS 31, MT. MARKHAM MUSTANGS 29
    MT. Markham (2-14, 2-6 CSC-III) — Angela Bartlett 10; Emily Bartlett 3; Bryn Hoover 7; Morgan Westbrook 9. Totals: 9-11-29.
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY (4-13, 2-6 CSC-III) — Morgan Talma 9; Jenna Mazza 4; Casey Wakefield 7; Alyson Gaffney 2; Daniele Ricci 9. Totals: 12-7-31.
    Mt. Markham      5  13    4    7 — 29
    Sauquoit Valley      6    5    5  15 — 31
    Three-pointers — Mt. Markham 0; Sauquoit Valley 0.
    COOPERSTOWN 48, HAMILTON 33
    HAMILTON, N.Y. — The Cooperstown Redskins clinched the Center State Conference’s Division III championship Tuesday with a 48-33 win over the Hamilton Emerald Knights.
    The Redskins (15-2, 9-0 CSC-III) took a 19-6 lead in the first quarter and extended the margin to 26 points by the end of the third quarter. Liz Millea scored 16 points and Sumer Murdock had 12 for Cooperstown.
    Hayleigh Hanson and Hayden Nolan each scored seven points to lead the Emerald Knights (9-8, 5-4 CSC-III).
    Page 4 of 4 - COOPERSTOWN REDSKINS 48, HAMILTON EMERALD KNIGHTS 33
    COOPERSTOWN (15-2, 9-0 CSC-III) — Lexi Bloomfield 2; Liz Millea 16; Sumer Murdock 12; Alannah Haggerty 4; Nicole Cring 7; Ellen Vibbard 2; Maggie Hall 5. Totals: 20-4-48.
    HAMILTON (9-8, 5-4 CSC-III) — Jess Welsh 4; Lauren Weeks 5; Hayleigh Hanson 7; Kendall Rusch 4; Sarah Foster 2; Hayden Nolan 7; Bridget Blain 2; Teanna Wilcox 2. Totals: 12-7-33.
    Cooperstown    19  12  15    2 — 48
    Hamilton      6    7    7  13 — 33
    Three-pointers — Cooperstown 4 (Millea 2, Hall 1, Murdock 1); Hamilton 2 (Hanson 1, Nolan 1). JV — Cooperstown 46, Hamilton 33.
    WATERVILLE 47, MORRISVILLE-EATON 43
    SMITHFIELD, N.Y. — The Waterville Indians trailed by one point at halftime Tuesday and went on to defeat Morrisville-Eaton 47-43 on the road.
    The Indians (11-6, 7-2 CSC-III) outscored the Warriors (8-8, 1-7 CSC-III) 12-7 in the third quarter to take the lead.
    Kristen Kochanowski scored 18 points to lead Waterville and Hannah Scarlett added 11.
    Jennifer Hilts scored 15 points and Jessie Murray had 14 for Morrisville-Eaton.
    WATERVILLE INDIANS 47, MORRISVILLE-EATON WARRIORS 43
    WATERVILLE (11-6, 7-2 CSC-III) — Stephanie Yoxall 7; Kristen Kochanowski 18; Abbey Treen 4; Hannah Scarlett 11; Hannah Gray 7.
    MORRISVILLE-EATON (8-8, 1-7 CSC-III) — Jessie Murray 14; Taylor Pearsall 2; Heidi Gorton 2; Lacy Westcott 2; Emily Widger 4; Jennifer Hilts 15; Kathryn Parkhurst 2; Jesse Woodruff 2.
    Waterville      9  12  12  14 — 47
    Morrisville-Eaton      9  13    7  14 — 43
    Three-pointers — Waterville 6 (Kochanowski 4, Yoxall 2); Morrisville-Eaton 4 (Murray 4).
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports
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