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The Telegram
  • BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Cooperstown holds off Herkimer comeback

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  • COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The Herkimer Magicians made a run at the start of the second half Tuesday but could not come all the way back in a 55-43 loss to the Cooperstown Hawkeyes.
    Trailing 32-24 at halftime, the Magicians (1-3, 1-2 CSC-II) scored the first seven points of the third quarter and pulled within one point. Cooperstown (3-3, 1-2 CSC-II) then scored the next 12 points as Herkimer went scoreless for the remainder of the third quarter. The Magicians got as close as six points during the fourth.
    Jordan Manikas scored a game-high 20 points and Christian Alexander had 16 for Cooperstown.
    Mitchell Scherer led the Magicians with 13 points. Tucker Vogt had 10 points and four assists, Malik Briggs grabbed nine rebounds and Josh Wilcox blocked a pair of shots.
    Herkimer plays at home Friday against Little Falls. Cooperstown travels to Frankfort-Schuyler Friday.
    COOPERSTOWN 55, HERKIMER 43
    HERKIMER (1-3, 1-2 CSC-II) — Andrew Stilwell 1 0-0 2; Malik Briggs 1 3-4 5; Mitchell Scherer 5 2-3 13; Derek Newman 2 0-0 6; Ryan Stilwell 0 0-2 0; Jeremy Adamson 1 0-0 2; Tucker Vogt 3 2-2 10; Josh Wilcox 0 1-2 1; Isaiah Herron 2 0-2 4. Totals: 15 8-15 43.
    COOPERSTOWN (3-3, 1-2 CSC-II) — James Johnson 0 1-2 1; Park Summers 5 0-1 10; Grant Davine 2 1-2 5; Jordan Manikas 8 4-5 20; Carmen Bowen 1 1-2 3; Christian Alexander 8 0-1 16. Totals: 24 7-13 55.
    Herkimer 11 13 7 12 — 43
    Cooperstown 14 18 12 11 — 55
    Three-pointers — Herkimer 5 (Newman 2, Vogt 2, Scherer 1); Cooperstown 0. JV — Cooperstown won.
    OWEN D. YOUNG 74
    REMSEN 17
    VAN HORNESVILLE, N.Y. — The Owen D. Young Wildcats beat Remsen 74-17 Tuesday for their first win in Center State Conference Division IV play.
    The Wildcats (3-3, 1-2 CSC-IV) outscored Remsen by at least 10 points in each period and won for the second straight time after ending a three-game losing streak. They outscored the Rams 43-7 in the second half.
    Maxwell Crisman led Owen D. Young with his season-high 24 points while Marty Collins scored 19 and Matt Cristman had nine.
    Ryan Kelly and Devin Ossont each scored four points for Remsen (0-6, 0-2 CSC-IV).
    The Wildcats next play Friday at Oriskany.
    OWEN D. YOUNG 74, REMSEN 17
    REMSEN (0-6, 0-2 CSC-IV) — Steven Gothan 0-2-2; Devin Ossont 1-2-4; Jon Carrock 1-1-3; Ryan Kelly 2-0-4; Andrew Foster 0-1-1; David Peterson 1-1-3. Totals: 5-7-17.
    OWEN D. YOUNG (3-3, 1-2 CSC-IV) — Ryan Crouse 2-0-5; Marty Collins 5-8-19; Matt Cristman 3-2-9; Dustin Monk 1-0-3; Maxwell Crisman 6-10-24; Lynn Backus 4-1-9; Andrey Drozdov 0-0-0; Johnny Broulliard 0-0-0; Matt Zylinsky 1-0-2. Totals: 22-21-74.
    Remsen 4 6 7 0 — 17
    Owen D. Young 15 16 25 18 — 74
    Three-pointers — Remsen 0; Owen D. Young 7 (Crisman 2, Cristman 2, Collins 1, Crouse 1, Monk 1).
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY 54
    MT. MARKHAM 36
    SAUQUOIT, N.Y. — The Sauquoit Valley Indians recovered from a 14-point first half Tuesday and defeated Mt. Markham’s Mustangs 54-36.
    Page 2 of 2 - Trailing 19-14 at the half, the Indians (1-3, 1-2 CSC-III) scored 24 points in the third quarter and took the lead on the way to its first win of the season.
    Brady Murphy scored 21 points to lead Sauquoit Valley. Cal Wheelock added 10.
    Travis Nelson’s 12 points were high for the Mustangs (2-3, 1-2 CSC-III).
    Mt. Markham plays on the road Friday at Waterville.
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY 54, MT. MARKHAM 36
    MT. MARKHAM (2-3, 1-2 CSC-III) — Kris Pontero 7; Aaron VanValkenburgh 1; Derick Taylor-Holmes 1; Eric Taylor-Holmes 5; Travis Nelson 12; Adam Westbrook 2; Tyler Ostrander 8.
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY (1-3, 1-2 CSC-III) — Brady Murphy 21; Cal Wheelock 10; Ethan Harris 8; Austin Moehringer 7; Chris Hillman 2; Devin Murphy 6.
    Mt. Markham 6 13 9 8 — 36
    Sauquoit Valley 9 5 24 16 — 54
    Three-pointers — Mt. Markham 3 (Nelson 1, Pontero 1, E.Taylor-Holmes 1); Sauquoit Valley 6 (B.Murphy 4, Wheelock 2).
    ADIRONDACK 87
    CLINTON 75
    BOONVILLE, N.Y. — The Adirondack Wildcats trailed at the start of the fourth quarter Tuesday but rallied to beat Clinton 87-75.
    Clinton had led 40-37 at halftime and 63-60 through three quarters. The Wildcats, who had a 50-point second half, outscored the Warriors 27-12 in the final period.
    Jordan Millard led the victors with 20 points and had five of Adirondack’s 13 three-point baskets. Ryan Dellerba added 12 points and eight assists while Ethan Wiedmer also scored 12 points for the Wildcats (3-1, 1-1 CSC-I).
    Malaquias Canery scored 33 points for Clinton (1-4, 1-2 CSC-I).
    ADIRONDACK 87, CLINTON 75
    CLINTON (1-4, 1-2 CSC-I) — Jack Hughes 15; Malaquias Canery 33; Will Jarrett 4; Reuben Hernandez 9; Nick Smyers 4; Andrew Taft 10. Totals: 27-14-75.
    ADIRONDACK (3-1, 1-1 CSC-I) — Elliot Hernandez 25; Ryan Dellerba 12; Kyle Swiecki 7; Josh Nessel 8; Hunter Bickham 0; Tyler Dailey 0; Jordan Millard 20; Brodie Sweeney 3; Ethan Wiedmer 12; Brandon Smith 0. Totals: 25-24-87.
    Clinton 22 18 23 12 — 75
    Adirondack 18 19 23 27 — 87
    Three-pointers — Clinton 7 (Hughes 5, Canery 1, Hernandez 1); Adirondack 13 (Millard 5, Hernandez 3, Wiedmer 3, Dellerba 1, Nessel 1.

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