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  • BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Hennings records triple-double for Poland

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  • ORISKANY, N.Y. — Mark Hennings had a triple-double for Poland Tuesday in the Tornadoes’ 78-73 win over the Oriskany Redskins.
    Hennings scored 32 points, grabbed 12 rebounds, handed out 11 assists and threw in six steals for good measure as Poland (3-1, 1-0 CSC-IV) won for the third time in five days.
    The Tornadoes scored 28 points in the first quarter and used a 12-2 run at the start of the third to build a 53-40 lead. The margin was still 10 points with 2:39 left in the game before the Redskins made a run and pulled within a basket. Marcus Smithling scored all eight of his points during the closing stretch for Oriskany as he and Ryan Schmadel cut the hosts’ deficit from 72-62 to 73-71.
    Cameron Tabor hit all four of his foul shots in the final 1:16 and Dustin DuBrule added one to seal the win for Poland.
    DuBrule scored 20 points in the victory, Ross Agen scored 10 points despite battling foul trouble throughout the game, and Tabor finished with eight points, six assists and five steals.
    Schmadel, a sophomore, had 42 points and 10 rebounds for Oriskany (1-2, 0-1 CSC-IV), topping 40 points for the second time this season and netting 17 in the fourth quarter alone.
    The Tornadoes play at Owen D. Young Thursday.
    POLAND 78, ORISKANY 73
    POLAND (3-1, 1-0 CSC-IV) — Mark Hennings 14 2-6 32; Dustin DuBrule 4 9-11 20; Ross Agen 4 2-3 10; Cameron Tabor 1 6-8 8; A.Taverne 1 2-4 4; Bryce Wenzel 1 0-0 2; Branden Garrett 1 0-0 2. Totals: 26 21-32 78. ORISKANY (1-2, 0-1 CSC-IV) — Ryan Schmadel 12 15-18 42; Dominick Silvestri 5 0-0 12; Michael Wilk 5 1-1 11; Marcus Smithling 2 2-2 8. Totals: 24 18-21 73. Poland 28 13 18 19 — 78 Oriskany 17 21 8 27 — 73 Three-pointers — Poland 5 (DuBrule 3, Hennings 2); Oriskany 7 (Schmadel 3, Silvestri 2, Smithling 2).
    NEW YORK MILLS 77
    OWEN D. YOUNG 60
    NEW YORK MILLS, N.Y. — A big first half set New York Mills on the path to a 77-60 win Tuesday over the Owen D. Young Wildcats.
    The Marauders (3-0, 1-0 CSC-IV) scored 27 points in the first quarter and 30 more in the second, building a 57-17 lead at halftime. Nick Comenale led the charge for New York Mills, scoring 22 points with five rebounds, four steals and three assists. Terry Nichols added 10 points and seven assists while Zach Vennaro scored 14 points and blocked three shots.
    Marty Collins scored 21 points for the Wildcats (1-2, 0-1 CSC-IV) who scored 29 of their 60 points in the fourth quarter.
    Owen D. Young is home for a game against Poland Thursday.
    NEW YORK MILLS 77, OWEN D. YOUNG 60
    OWEN D. YOUNG (1-2, 0-1 CSC-IV) — Dustin Monk 7; Matt Cristman 6; Maxwell Crisman 16; Lynn Backus 4; Ryan Crouse 6; Marty Collins 21. NEW YORK MILLS (3-0, 1-0 CSC-IV) — Terry Nichols 10; Andrew Surprenant 8; Zachary Griffith 8; Luke Sunderlin 7; Anthony Cassaletta 2; Nick Comenale 22; Ben Kehrli 2; Griffin Baur 1; Zach Vennaro 14; Ali Hassan 3. Owen D. Young 5 12 14 29 — 60 New York Mills 27 30 13 7 — 77
    HOLLAND PATENT 60
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 58
    Page 2 of 4 - ILION, N.Y. — The Holland Patent Golden Knights trailed by 11 points at the start of the fourth quarter and rallied to beat Central Valley Academy 60-58.
    The Thunder (0-3, 0-1 CSC-I) shot 3-for-12 from the foul line in the final period and scored only seven points. Logan Reinold’s last-minute three-point basket gave the visiting Golden Knights (3-0, 1-0 CSC-I) the lead.
    “We slowed them down,” Central Valley Academy said, referring to a Holland Patent team which had scored 92 and 82 points in its two previous games. “We did a decent job most of the night but they wore us down.”
    Reinold led the Golden Knights with 19 points while Stephen McGahey added 17.
    Mitchell Werenczak had 14 points and eight rebounds for the Thunder. Kamryn Perez had nine points and seven rebounds, Mark Brough had six rebounds and six assists, and Matt Klosner had seven points and six rebounds.
    Central Valley has a varsity doubleheader at home Friday with the girls playing first against Adirondack at 6 p.m. and the same matchup for the boys to follow.
    HOLLAND PATENT 60, CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 58
    HOLLAND PATENT (3-0, 1-0 CSC-I) — Stephen McGahey 17; Garret Conley 8; Logan Reinold 19; Brandon Batson 3; Ryan Halpin 6; Doug Fluty 1; Matt Harter 6. Totals: 22-9-60.
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY (0-3, 0-1 CSC-I) — Mark Brough 4; Isaiah Johnson 0; Connor Schultz 0; Zach Alexander 0; Connor Day 0; Matt Klosner 7; Cameron Madigan 3; Will Murray 6; Kamryn Perez 9; Mitchell Werenczak 14; Ryan Sponburgh 3; Tyler Miller 12; James Baylor 0; Jared Marquissee 0; Jacob Sweeney 0. Totals: 25-7-58.
    Holland Patent 10 14 16 20 — 60
    Central Valley Academy 18 16 17 7 — 58
    Three-pointers — Holland Patent 7 (Reinold 3, Conley 2, Batson 1, MaGahey 1); Central Valley Academy 1 (Sponburgh 1). JV — Central Valley Academy won.
    LITTLE FALLS 63
    COOPERSTOWN 52
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The Little Falls Mounties scored the final 11 points Tuesday and defeated Cooperstown 63-52 on the road to open league play in Division II of the Center State Conference.
    The undefeated Mounties (3-0, 1-0 CSC-II) had taken the lead with a 20-point third quarter but saw Cooperstown (2-2, 0-1 CSC-II) pull even at 52 following a technical foul in the fourth. The Hawkeyes would not score again.
    Brian Ewanyk, Rahmere Greene and Mitchell Baumeister gave Little Falls balanced scoring with 16, 15 and 14 points, respectively. Theo Wind added eight points.
    Christian Alexander scored 20 points to lead the Hawkeyes.
    Little Falls plays at home Friday against Frankfort-Schuyler. Cooperstown is home Friday for a game against West Canada Valley.
    LITTLE FALLS 63, COOPERSTOWN 52
    LITTLE FALLS (3-0, 1-0 CSC-II) — Sam Yallowitz 2 2-3 6; Mitchell Baumeister 3 6-8 14; Theo Wind 2 4-4 8; Todd Hubbell 1 0-0 2; Rahmere Greene 5 5-6 15; Sean Ward 1 0-0 2; Brian Ewanyk 6 3-4 16. Totals: 20 20-25 63.
    COOPERSTOWN (2-2, 0-1 CSC-II) — Jordan Manikas 1 2-4 4; Park Summers 7 0-0 14; James Johnson 1 0-0 2; Kevin Frevele 0 1-2 1; Grant Davine 3 0-0 7; Christian Alexander 9 2-3 20; Carmen Booan 1 0-0 2; Raymond Cabrera 1 0-0 2. Totals: 23 5-9 52.
    Page 3 of 4 - Little Falls 15 11 20 17 — 63
    Cooperstown 18 11 13 10 — 52
    Three-pointers — Little Falls 3 (Baumeister 2, Ewanyk 1); Cooperstown 1 (Davine 1). JV — Little Falls won.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS 60
    SHARON SPRINGS 46
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS — Thomas Worobey scored 21 points Tuesday and led the Richfield Springs Indians to a 60-46 win over Sharon Springs.
    The Indians (2-0) led by two points at halftime and outscored the Spartans 35-23 after the break.
    Kyler Mower chipped in with 13 points as he and Worobey combined to hit seven of Richfield Springs’ nine three-pointers. Roman Hula scored 11 points.
    Gregg Ouellette and Tyler Bianchine each had 14 points for Sharon Springs.
    The Indians travel to Worcester Friday.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS 60, SHARON SPRINGS 46
    SHARON SPRINGS (0-2) — Tyler Bianchine 7 0-0 14; Jeff Senishew 3 3-5 9; Dustin Tripp 2 3-5 7; Donovan Roberts 1 0-2 2; Gregg Ouellette 6 2-5 14. Totals: 19 8-17 46.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS (2-0) — Bryan Hill 3 0-0 6; Kyler Mower 5 0-0 13; Thomas Worobey 7 3-6 21; Nathaniel Johnson 1 0-0 3; Vinnie Lee 1 0-2 2; Roman Hula 4 3-4 11; Joe Barra 1 1-2 4. Totals: 22 7-14 60.
    Sharon Springs 11 12 10 13 — 46
    Richfield Springs 17 8 17 18 — 60
    Three-pointers — Sharon Springs 0; Richfield Springs 9 (Worobey 4, Mower 3, Barra 1, Johnson 1). JV — Sharon Springs won.
    HAMILTON 37
    MT. MARKHAM 35
    WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. — Hamilton rallied in the fourth quarter to beat the Mt. Markham Mustangs 37-35 Tuesday.
    Logan Bailey scored 12 points to lead the Emerald Knights (3-1, 0-1 CSC-III) who trailed 29-23 at the start of the final period.
    Mike Alsante scored 13 points for Mt. Markham (1-2, 0-1 CSC-III).
    The Mustangs’ next game is Friday at Morrisville-Eaton.
    HAMILTON 37, MT. MARKHAM 35
    HAMILTON (3-1, 1-0 CSC-III) — Pat Salmon 2; Bryce Belanger 6; Logan Bailey 12; Andrew Holcomb 2; Zach Wilcox 11; Zach Dow 4. Totals: 14-6-37.
    MT. MARKHAM (1-2, 0-1 CSC-III) — Kris Pontero 0; Aaron VanValkenburg 7; Mike Alsante 13; Derick Taylor-Holmes 3; Eric Taylor-Holmes 2; Chad Collins 2; Travis Nelson 6; Adam Westbrook 2. Totals: 12-7-35.
    Hamilton 5 9 9 14 — 37
    Mt. Markham 6 12 11 6 — 35
    Three-pointers — Hamilton 3 (Bailey 1, Belanger 1, Wilcox 1); Mt. Markham 4 (Alsante 3, D.Taylor-Holmes 1). JV — Mt. Markham 50, Hamilton 25.
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 66
    DOLGEVILLE 37
    DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. — The Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights led by 20 points after the first quarter Tuesday and defeated Dolgeville 66-37 for their first win of the year.
    Parker Goldsmith recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Maroon Knights while Mark Spina shared the scoring lead with 12 points. Corey LaValla added 10 points, nine steals and five assists and Mitchel Shortt, Richard Morocco and Jason Jodsaas each scored eight points.
    Jason Kretser and Nick Darling led Dolgeville with eight points.
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 66, DOLGEVILLE 37
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER (1-2, 1-0 CSC-II) — Richard Morocco 8; Corey LaValla 10; Mark Spina 12; Ryan DeRollo 4; Mitchel Shortt 8; Parker Goldsmith 12; Tasheem Capirci 2; Jason Jodsaas 8; Shawn Welch 2. Totals: 26-9-66.
    DOLGEVILLE (0-3, 0-1 CSC-II) — Brandon Lewandowski 2; Alex Johnson 6; Nick Darling 8; Jason Kretser 8; Tyler Smith 6; Alex Blakeslee 5; Ben Winkler 2. Totals: 12-9-37.
    Page 4 of 4 - Frankfort-Schuyler 29 14 6 17 — 66
    Dolgeville 9 4 8 16 — 37
    Three-pointers — Frankfort-Schuyler 5 (M.Spina 2, DeRollo 1, LaValla 1, Morocco 1); Dolgeville 4 (Kretser 2, Blakeslee 1, Darling 1).
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