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  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Mt. Markham defeats Sauquoit Valley by seven

  • JANUARY 3 BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP



    Aaron VanValkenburg scored 17 points for Mt. Markham Thursday and the Mustangs defeated Sauquoit Valley’s Indians 49-42.



    (ALSO: West Canada Valley 76, Frankfort-Schuyler 60; Little Falls 75, Dolgeville 25; Sherburne-Earlville 60, Ilion 43; Owen D. Young 55, Remsen 40; and New York MIlls 83, Poland 38.)

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  • MT. MARKHAM 49, SAUQUOIT VALLEY 42
    Aaron VanValkenburg scored 17 points for Mt. Markham Thursday and the Mustangs defeated Sauquoit Valley’s Indians 49-42.
    The Mustangs (3-5, 3-1 CSC-III) had taken a two-point lead into the fourth quarter. Tyler Ostrander fouled out with four minutes left to play after scoring 12 points. Senior Nate Hudson delivered a three-point shot to put Mt. Markham up 47-40 with two minutes left then assisted on a Josh Holtham basket.
    Brady Murphy hit three three-pointers and led Sauquoit Valley (4-4, 1-3 CSC-III) with 11 points.
    The Mustangs travel to Waterville for a game Saturday afternoon.
    MT. MARKHAM MUSTANGS 49, SAUQUOIT VALLEY INDIANS 42
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY (4-4, 1-3 CSC-III) — Rob Slivinski 2; Ethan Harris 4; Kyle Jones 8; Brady Murphy 11; Collin Jackson 7; Alec Voce 10.
    MT. MARKHAM (3-5, 3-1 CSC-III) — Aaron VanValkenburg 17; Mike Alsante 7; Travis Nelson 6; Nate Hudson 3; Josh Holtham 4; Tyler Ostrander 12.
    Sauquoit Valley    14  10    8  10 — 42
    Mt. Markham    11  10  13  15 — 49
    Three-pointers — Sauquoit Valley 3 (Murphy 3); Mt. Markham 2 (Alsante 1, Hudson 1).
    WEST CANADA VALLEY 76, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 60
    NEWPORT, N.Y. — The West Canada Valley Indians scored 28 points in the first quarter Thursday and opened a double-digit lead in the way to a 76-60 victory over Frankfort-Schuyler’s Maroon Knights.
    Ryan Grogan scored 17 points and Jordan Yaworski had 16 for the Indians (6-3, 3-1 CSC-II). Alex Williams chipped in with 13 points.
    Mark Spina led Frankfort-Schuyler (1-5, 1-3 CSC-II) with 15 points.
    The Maroon Knights take on Canastota at home Saturday afternoon. West Canada Valley’s next game is Tuesday at home against Dolgeville.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY INDIANS 76, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER MAROON KNIGHTS 60
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER (1-5, 1-3 CSC-II) — Josh Long 1; Mark Spina 16; Richard Morocco 15; Mitch Shortt 5; Joe Juliano 5; Dante Migliore 8; Brandon Longo 4; Nick Cooper 6. Totals: 22-9-60
    WEST CANADA VALLEY (6-3, 3-1 CSC-II) — Bobby Davenport 7; Jack Minasi 8; Brandon Roberts 2; Ryan Grogan 17; Mike Sternberg 4; Josh Sudakow 6; Alex Williams 13; Jordan Yaworski 16; Max Searles 3. Totals: 28-16-76.
    Frankfort-Schuyler    18  11  13  18 — 60
    West Canada Valley    28  18  19  11 — 76
    Three-pointers — Frankfort-Schuyler 7 (Spina 4, Migliore 2, Morocco 1); West Canada Valley 4 (Yaworski 2, Davenport 1, Williams 1). JV — West Canada Valley 66, Frankfort-Schuyler 43.
    LITTLE FALLS 75, DOLGEVILLE 25
    LITTLE FALLS, N.Y. —The Little Falls Mounties leveled their record in league play Thursday with a 75-25 win over the Dolgeville Blue Devils.
    The Mounties (3-4, 2-2 CSC-II) outscored their guests 29-9 in the second quarter and opened a 25-point lead at halftime. Lucas Godlewski led Little Falls with 16 points while Tyler Baumeister added 15 and Brian Ewanyk scored 11.
    Bryce Dineen led Dolgeville (0-6, 0-4 CSC-II) with seven points.
    The Mounties have a non-league game on the road Saturday afternoon at Holland Patent. Dolgeville’s next game is Tuesday at West Canada Valley.
    LITTLE FALLS MOUNTIES 75, DOLGEVILLE BLUE DEVILS 25
    DOLGEVILLE (0-6, 0-4 CSC-II) — Matt Allen 0 0-0 0; Andrew Drumm 2 0-2 4; Mark Miller 0 0-0 0; Reid Johnson 0 1-3 1; Alex Johnson 1 2-3 4; Devin Bullock 0 0-0 0; Bryce Dineen 3 0-0 7; J.J. Dineen 0 2-6 2; Mackenzie Ferguson 0 0-0 0; Christian Seeley 1 1-2 3; Brandon Lewandowski 2 0-0 4; Ryan Cole 0 0-0 0. Totals: 9 6-16 25.
    Page 2 of 3 - LITTLE FALLS (3-4, 2-2 CSC-II) — Tyler Baumeister 4 4-4 15; Jordan Day 2 1-2 5; Mitchell Baumeister 1 2-2 5; Ben Delaney 3 0-0 6; Jesse Lonis 2 5-8 9; Theo Wind 3 0-0 6; Mike Battisti 0 0-0 0; Brian Ewanyk 4 2-4 11; Will Robinson 1 0-2 2; Lucas Godlewski 7 1-4 16. Totals: 27 15-26 75.
    Dolgeville      7    9    5    4 — 25
    Little Falls    12  29  19  15 — 75
    Three-pointers — Dolgeville 1 (B.Dineen 1); Little Falls 6 (T.Baumeister 3, M.Baumeister 1, Ewanyk 1, Godlewski 1). JV — Little Falls won.
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE 60, ILION 43
    ILION, N.Y. — The Sherburne-Earlville Marauders trailed at halftime in Ilion Thursday but took the lead in the third quarter and pulled away in the fourth to defeat the Golden Bombers 60-43.
    Austin Jasper had 28 points and 11 rebounds for the Marauders (7-2, 3-1 CSC-I) who outscored their hosts 36-18 in the second half. The Marauders led 37-35 entering the fourth quarter then outscored Ilion 23-8. Sam Caton added 11 points and nine rebounds. Jesse Yerton had seven points and six assists.
    Herschel Ivey led Ilion (6-3, 2-2 CSC-I) with 26 points and four assists. Ryan Lachacz added six points and 10 rebounds.
    The Golden Bombers next play Tuesday in Clinton.
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE MARAUDERS 60, ILION GOLDEN BOMBERS 43
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE (7-2, 3-1 CSC-I) — Jesse Yerton 3 0-1 7; Sam Caton 5 1-2 11; Carter Cole 2 0-0 5; Austin Jasper 12 3-4 28; Matthew Smith 1 0-0 2; Julienne Alsheimer 1 0-0 2; Michael Khoury 1 0-0 2; Kevin Vibbard Jr 1 0-0 3; James Osborne 0 0-0 0. Totals: 26 4-7 60.
    ILION (6-3, 2-2 CSC-I) — Brandon Harrigan 1 0-0 2; Herschel Ivey 9 5-7 26; Ryan Burger 0 0-0 0; Ryan Lachacz 3 0-0 6; Robert Paddock 1 0-0 2; Kyle Morris 0 0-0 0; Matthew Klosner 1 0-0 3; Mark Brough 0 0-0 0; James Fedor 0 0-0 0; Cameron Madigan 1 0-0 2; William Murray 1 0-0 2. Totals: 17 5-7 43.
    Sherburne-Earlville    12  12  13  23 — 60
    Ilion      5  20  10    8 — 43
    Three-pointers — Sherburne-Earlville 4 (Cole 1, Jasper 1, Vibbard 1, Yerton 1); Ilion 4 (Ivey 3, Klosner 1).
    OWEN D. YOUNG 55, REMSEN 40
    VAN HORNESVILLE, N.Y. — The Owen D. Young Wildcats led by 25 points after three quarters Thursday and defeated the Remsen Rams 55-40.
    The Wildcats (6-3, 3-2 CSC-IV) took a 16-6 lead in the first quarter and led 49-24 after the third.
    Kyle Ferguson had a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds for Owen D. Young. Marty Collins added 13 points, nine rebounds and seven assists and Ryan Crouse scored nine points.
    Sebastian Bullard scored 13 points and Adam McDonald had 11 for Remsen (2-5, 0-4 CSC-IV).
    The Wildcats travel to Old Forge to play their next game Tuesday. Remsen has a home game Tuesday against Poland.
    OWEN D. YOUNG WILDCATS 55, REMSEN RAMS 40
    REMSEN (2-5, 0-4 CSC-IV) — Steven Gothan 3–1–9; Billy Pleets 1–0–2; Shane Decker 0–0–0; Sebastian Bullard 6–0–13; Ryan Kelly 1–0–2; Adam McDonald 4–3–11; David Peterson 1–1–3. Totals: 16–5–40.
    OWEN D. YOUNG (6-3, 3-2 CSC-IV) — Ryan Crouse  3–2–9; Marty Collins 3–7–13; Kyle Ferguson 9–1–19; Will Cristman 2–0–5; Alec Snyder 1–0–3; Dustin Monk 1–0-2; Michael Maine 1–0–2; Maxwell Crisman 0–0–0; Lynn Backus 1–0–2. Totals: 21–10–55.
    Remsen      6  15    3  16 — 40
    Owen D. Young    16  19  14    6 — 55
    Three-pointers — Remsen 3 (Gothan 2, Bullard 1); Owen D. Young 3 (Cristman 1, Crouse 1, Snyder 1)
    Page 3 of 3 - NEW YORK MILLS 83, POLAND 38
    POLAND, N.Y. — The New York Mills Marauders took the lead with a 33-point second quarter in Poland Thursday and defeated the Tornadoes 83-38.
    The teams were tied at 18 after the opening period. The Marauders (7-1, 4-0 CSC-IV) then outscored Poland (3-5, 2-2 CSC-IV) 53-15 in the second and third quarters. The state’s fourth-ranked Class D team led by 25 points at halftime.
    Nick Comenale scored 16 points and Cody Mariotti had 15 for New York MIlls. D.J. Kirilko (12 points) and Andrew Surprenant (10) also scored in double figures.
    Trevor Pillmore led Poland with 10 points.
    The Tornadoes travel to Oriskany for a game Saturday.
    NEW YORK MILLS MARAUDERS 83, POLAND TORNADOES 38
    NEW YORK MILLS (7-1, 4-0 CSC-IV) — J.T. Ross 5; Andrew Surprenant 10; D.J. Kirilko 12; Luke Sunderlin 3; Terry Nichols 9; Nick Comenale 16; Zach Griffith 6; Cody Mariotti 15; Zach Vennaro 6; Al Hassan 1.
    POLAND (3-5, 2-2 CSC-IV) — Mark Hennings 4; Bryce Wenzel 4; Dustin DuBrule 8; Mark Shelhamer 1; Austin Dexter 3; Ross Agen 8; Trevor Pillmore 10.
    New York Mills    18  33  20  12 — 83
    Poland    18    8    7    5 — 38
    Three-pointers — New York Mills 4 (Comenale 2, Ross 1, Sunderlin 1); Poland 1 (Dexter 1).
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports
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