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The Telegram
  • BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: ODY opens new gym with a win

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  • VAN HORNESVILLE, N.Y. — Marty Collins had a double-double Tuesday for Owen D. Young which christened its remodeled gymnasium with a 46-22 win over Morrisville-Eaton’s Warriors.
    The gym was part of the muti-milllion-dollar damage suffered by the school during flooding in July. Repairs were completed and the facility reopened one week before the start of practice for winter sports.
    Collins scored 18 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and had three steals for the Wildcats who outscored their guests 14-2 in the second quarter and led by 16 points at halftime. Maxwell Crisman added 12 points.
    Matt Roher led Morrisville-Eaton with 12 points.
    Owen D. Young plays on the road Friday at Hamilton.
    OWEN D. YOUNG 46, MORRISVILLE-EATON 22
    MORRISVILLE-EATON (0-1) — Matt Roher 4-4-12; Bradley Smalley 2-0-4; Matt Paljarvi 0-1-1; Dan Hilts 0-3-3; Alex Clark 1-0-2. Totals: 7-8-22.
    OWEN D. YOUNG (1-0) — Marty Collins 6-4-18; Matt Cristman 3-0-6; Dustin Monk 2-0-4; Maxwell Crisman 4-3-12; Lynn Backus 3-0-6. Totals: 18-7-46.
    Morrisville-Eaton 8 2 6 6 — 22
    Owen D. Young 12 14 12 7 — 46
    Three-pointers — Morrisville-Eaton 0; Owen D. Young 3 (Collins 2; Crisman 1).
    HOLLAND PATENT 92
    HERKIMER 66
    HOLLAND PATENT, N.Y. — The high-scoring Holland Patent Golden Knights took a double-digit lead in the first quarter Tuesday and raced to a 92-66 win over the Herkimer Magicians.
    The Golden Knights led 25-12 after the opening period and 45-30 at halftime before putting 30 points on the board in the third quarter. Five players contributed to Holland Patent’s total of seven as Logan Reinold led the scoring charge with 22 points. Stefan McGahey scored 15 points and Matt Harter had 14.
    Mitchell Scherer scored 18 points to lead Herkimer. Malik Briggs added 13 and Isaiah Herron scored nine in his first varsity game.
    The Magicians have a week off before they play their home opener Tuesday against West Canada Valley.
    HOLLAND PATENT 92, HERKIMER 66
    HERKIMER (0-1) — Andrew Stilwell 6 0-0 12; Malik Briggs 5 3-7 13; John Zaleski 1 0-0 3; Mitchell Scherer 8 1-2 18; Tucker Vogt 1 0-0 2; Derek Newman 3 0-0 7; Jeremy Adamson 1 0-0 2; Josh Wilcox 0 0-2 0; Isaiah Herron 3 3-8 9. Totals: 28 7-19 66.
    HOLLAND PATENT (1-0) — Cody Bliss 1 0-1 2; Stefan McGahey 7 0-0 15; Garrett Conley 2 0-0 5; Logan Reinold 9 2-3 22; Brandon Batson 0 3-4 3; Zach Thomas 2 0-0 5; Ryan Halpin 4 1-2 11; Dan Dygert 4 0-0 8; Dan Flufy 3 1-2 7; Matt Harter 6 2-3 14. Totals: 38 9-15 92. Herkimer 12 18 12 24 — 66
    Holland Patent 25 20 30 17 — 90
    Three-pointers — Herkimer 3 (Newman 1, Scherer 1, Zaleski 1); Holland Patent 7 (Halpin 2, Reinold 2, Conley 1, McGahey 1, Thomas 1). JV — Holland Patent 61, Herkimer 55.
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE 65
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 45
    FRANKFORT, N.Y. — The Sherburne-Earlville Marauders built a 16-point lead before halftime Tuesday and defeated Frankfort-Schuyler’s Maroon Knights 65-45.
    Austin Jasper scored 19 points for the Marauders and three teammates — Cody Marango, Elijah Morris and Ben Khoury — added eight each.
    Mark Spina’s 14 points led the maroon Knights. Richard Morocco scored 12.
    Page 2 of 2 - Frankfort-Schuyler has a home game Friday against Holland Patent.
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE 65, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 45
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE (1-0) — Elijah Morris 8; Cody Marango 8; Juliene Alsheimer 4; Derrick Capria 2; Ben Khoury 8; Austin Jasper 19; Keith Rose 4; Nathan Arnold 2; Kevin Vibbard 6; J.P. Osborne 4. Totals: 26-12-65.
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER (0-1) — Richard Morocco 12; Mark Spina 14; Mitchel Shortt 2; Parker Goldsmith 4; Nick Spina 5; Tasheem Caprici 3; Jason Jodsaas 3; Shawn Welch 2. Totals: 15-10-45.
    Sherburne-Earlville 13 19 17 16 — 65
    Frankfort-Schuyler 6 10 17 12 — 45
    Three-pointers — Sherburne-Earlville 1 (Vibbard); Frankfort-Schuyler 5 (M.Spina 2, Jodsaas 1, Morocco 1, N.Spina 1).
    CANASTOTA 44
    MT. MARKHAM 41
    CANASTOTA, N.Y. — The Canastota Raiders held Mt. Markham to 14 points before halftime Tuesday and held on to beat the Mustangs 44-41.
    The Raiders led by 10 points at the intermission but Mt. Markham cut the margin to two by outscoring its hosts 14-6 in the third quarter.
    Jeff Olden Led the Raiders with 10 points. Matt Russitano and Anthony Sicilia each added nine points.
    Mike Alsante scored 14 points and Travis Nelson had 12 for Mt. Markham.
    The Mustangs take on Remsen at home Friday.
    CANASTOTA 44, MT. MARKHAM 41
    MT. MARKHAM (0-1) — Chad Collins 4; Derick Taylor-Holmes 2; Kris Pontero 2; Mike Alsante 14; Travis Nelson 12; Tyler Ostrander 7.
    CANASTOTA (1-0) — Bailey Curtis 6; Joe Vaccaro 5; Jake Purdy 1; Jeff Olden 10; Matt Russitano 9; Anthony Sicilia 9; Brad Eisenhut 4.
    Mt. Markham 11 3 14 13 — 41
    Canastota 10 14 6 14 — 44
    Three-pointers — Mt. Markham 5 (Alsante 3, Nelson 2); Canastota 0.
    WESTMORELAND 59
    DOLGEVILLE 39
    DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. — The Westmoreland Bulldogs outscored Dolgeville 24-6 in the third quarter Tuesday and defeated the Blue devils 59-39 on the road.
    The teams had been tied at halftime.
    John Gerace scored 18 points, Jack Acquaviva had 17 and Tyler Taverne chipped in with 15 for Westmoreland.
    Brandon Lewandowski led Dolgeville with 15 points. Reid Johnson and Alex Blakeslee each had eight.
    The Blue Devils head to St. Johnsville Thursday to take on Oppenheim-Ephatah-St. Johnsville in the opening round of the Coach Cutspec Tournament. Middleburgh and Schoharie play the other first-round game Friday with the finals scheduled for Saturday.
    WESTMORELAND 59, DOLGEVILLE 39
    WESTMORELAND (1-0) — John Gerace 18; Jack Acquaviva 17; Erik Harris 2; Robert Heitzmann 3; Erik Hauk 4; Tyler Taverne 15. Totals: 23-8-59.
    DOLGEVILLE (0-1) — Reid Johnson 8; Alex Johnson 1; Tyler Smith 1; Alex Blakeslee 8; Nick Darling 2; Christian Seeley 4; Brandon Lewandowski 15; Austin Kollbeck 2. Totals: 13-7-39.
    Westmoreland 16 11 24 8 — 59
    Dolgeville 15 12 6 6 — 39
    Three-pointers — Westmoreland 5 (Gerace 4, Heitzman 1); Dolgeville 6 (Blakeslee 2, R.Johnson 2, Lewandowski 2).
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