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Boys Basketball Roundup: Northville gets past Galway, 42-37

February 2, 2013
By The Leader-Herald (sports@leaderherald.com) , The Leader Herald

NORTHVILLE - Nick Jonas and Jason VanNostrand each finished with 10 points to lead Northville to a 42-37 win over Galway in a Western Athletic Conference North Division boys basketball game Friday.

The Falcons led 32-21 after three quarters before holding off a fourth-quarter charge by the Eagles.

Barcley Hayward scored seven points for Northville (7-9 overall, 4-8 WAC North).

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Northville’s Kalob Russell, left, drives past Galway’s Dan Diaz during Friday’s Western Athletic Conference North Division boys basketball game at Northville Central School. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)

Dylan Gregory scored 13 points to lead Galway (0-16 overall, 0-12 WAC North).

Northville 42, Galway 37

Galway5 12 4 16 - 37

Northville7 15 10 10 - 42

Galway

Ceroalo 3-0-6, Diaz 2-0-4, Flint 2-0-4, Gregory 6-1-13, Izzo 2-3-7, Marshall 1-1-3. Totals 16-5-37.

Northville

Grega 1-3-5, Hayward 2-2-7, Jonas 4-0-10, Monette 1-3-5, Russell 2-0-5, VanNostrand 3-4-10. Totals 13-12-42.

3-point goals: Galway - none; Northville 4 (Jonas 2, Russell, Hayward).

Mayfield 60, Saratoga Catholic 58

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Ryan Hennessy finished with 18 points, leading Mayfield to a WAC North Division win over Saratoga Central Catholic.

The Panthers outscored the Saints 38-29 in the second half to rally from a 29-22 halftime deficit.

Dylan Toscano scored 16 points for Mayfield (9-7 overall, 7-5 overall), while Lucas VanNostrand added 10 points.

Ryan Czarnecki, Brian Hall and Michael Naughton all scored 12 points to lead Saratoga Catholic (8-8 overall, 7-5 WAC North), while Keegan Murphy added 10 points.

Mayfield 60, Saratoga Catholic 58

Mayfield14 8 18 20 - 60

Saratoga Catholic14 15 13 16 - 58

Mayfield

Gallup 2-0-5, Hennessy 8-1-18, Smith 2-2-7, Sweeney 1-0-2, Toscano 5-2-16, J. VanNostrand 1-0-2, L. VanNostrand 3-4-10. Totals 22-9-60.

Saratoga Catholic

Coons 2-0-4, Czarnecki 5-0-12, Hall 5-1-12, Murphy 5-0-10, Naughton 5-2-12, Spicer 1-0-5, Winters 1-0-3. Totals 24-3-58.

3-point goals: Mayfield 7 (Toscano 4, Gallup, Hennessy, Smith); Saratoga Catholic 5 (Czarnecki, Hall, Spicer, Winters).

Fort Plain 64, St. Johnsville 60

ST. JOHNSVILLE - Marcus Failing connected on five 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 17 points, leading Fort Plain to a WAC North Division win over St. Johnsville.

Chris Hanifin finished with 12 points for Fort Plain (10-6 overall, 8-4 WAC North), while Jake Sardina added 11 points.

Kyle Smith scored 16 points to lead St. Johnsville (7-9 overall, 5-7 WAC North), while Brandon Campione finished with 15 points. Dylan Klock and Johnny Vicciarelli each scored 10 points for the Saints.

Fort Plain 64, St. Johnsville 60

Fort Plain20 19 12 13 - 64

St. Johnsville13 20 11 16 - 60

Fort Plain

Belden 2-0-4, Failing 6-0-17, Florian 3-0-6, Hanifin 5-0-12, Ray 3-0-9, Sardina 5-0-11, Sweet 2-1-5. Totals 26-1-64.

St. Johnsville

Campione 7-0-15, Hart 2-3-7, Jasewicz 1-0-2, Klock 5-0-10, Smith 5-2-16, Vicciarelli 2-4-10. Totals 22-9-60.

3-point goals: Fort Plain 11 (Failing 5, Ray 3, Hanifin 2, Sardina); St. Johnsville 7 (Smith 4, Vicciarelli 2, Campione).

Mekeel Christian 64, Middleburgh 21

MIDDLEBURGH - Caleb Stewart finished with 12 points to lead Mekeel Christian to a WAC South Division win over Middleburgh.

Ben Wager scored nine points for the Lions (13-2 overall, 10-0 WAC South), while Daniel Alteri and Ohenio Miller both finished with eight points.

Brandon Richards and John Wrigley each scored six points to lead Middleburgh (2-8 WAC South).

Mekeel Christian 64, Middleburgh 21

Mekeel Christian20 26 8 10 - 64

Middleburgh5 0 12 4 - 21

Mekeel Christian

Alteri 4-0-8, Bath 2-1-7, Miller 3-2-8, Moore 1-0-2, Penson 1-0-2, Sexton 3-1-7, Stewart 4-2-12, Wager 3-2-9. Totals 21-8-64

Middleburgh

Bechtold 1-0-2, Green 1-0-2, Hilland 2-0-5, Richards 2-0-6, Wrigley 2-1-6. Totas 8-1-21.

3-point goals: Mekeel Christian 5 (Bath 2, Stewart 2, Wager); Middleburgh 4 (Richards 2, Wrigley, Hilland).

Schoharie 88, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 84

BERNE - Connor Brown finished with 36 points, leading Schoharie to an overtime win over Berne-Knox-Westerlo in a WAC South Division contest.

James Sackett scored 18 points for the Indians, while Evan Ottman added 12 points. Tanner Stone scored 10 points for Schoharie (12-4 overall, 8-2 WAC South).

Garrett Pitcher scored 31 points to lead Berne-Knox-Westerlo (10-6 overall, 6-4 WAC South), while Tristan Wilson finished with 21 points. Justin Houck added 15 points for the Bulldogs.

Schoharie 88, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 84, OT

Schoharie14 14 19 23 18 - 88

Berne-Knox-Westerlo18 20 16 16 14 - 84

Schoharie

Brown 12-10-36, Hausmann 2-2-6, Keyser 2-0-6, Ottman 4-4-12, Sackett 4-6-18, Stone 3-2-10. Totals 27-24-88.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo

Gibbs 1-0-3, Houck 6-2-15, Laurie 2-0-4, Lee 2-2-6, McDermott 1-2-4, Pitcher 13-5-31, Wilson 7-4-21. Totals 32-15-84.

3-point goals: Schoharie 10 (Sackett 4, Brown 2, Keyser 2, Stone 2); Berne-Knox-Westerlo 5 (Wilson 3, Gibbs, Houck).

Duanesburg 68, Sharon Springs 35

DUANESBURG - Chris Smalls scored 13 points to lead Duanesburg to a WAC South win over Sharon Springs.

Dylan Madison finished with 12 points for the Eagles (4-12 overall, 3-7 WAC South), while Nick Loukides added 11 points.

Tyler Bianchine scored 14 points to lead Sharon Springs (0-15 overall, 0-10 WAC South), while Dustin Tripp added 13 points.

Duanesburg 68, Sharon Springs 35

Sharon Springs11 6 7 11 - 35

Duanesburg16 21 22 9 - 68

Sharon Springs

Biachine 6-0-14, Clemishaw 0-2-2, Oullette 1-1-3, Tripp 6-0-13, Zeh 1-0-3. Totals 14-3-35.

Duanesburg

Barberis 1-0-3, Casper 3-0-6, Gentile 1-0-2, Largeteau 1-3-6, Lawal 2-0-4, Lenehan 2-1-5, Loukides 4-0-11, Madison 5-0-12, McGarry 1-0-3, Rice 1-0-3, Smalls 6-0-13. Totals 27-4-68.

3-point goals: Sharon Springs 4 (Bianchine 2, Tripp, Zeh); Duanesburg 10 (Loukides, Madison, Barberis, Largeteau, McGarry, Rice, Smalls).

Big 10

Albany 67, Amsterdam 58

ALBANY - Marquan Chandler finished with 19 points to lead Albany to a win over Amsterdam.

Cy-Mier Dace scored 12 points for the Falcons (4-11 overall, 3-10 Big 10), while Ajani Collier and Justin Holmberg each scored 10 points.

Luis Laboy scored 15 points to lead Amsterdam (3-11 overall, 3-10 Big 10), while Zach Dufel finished with 14 points. William Carr posted 12 points for the Rams and Robert Sherlock added 11.

Albany 67, Amsterdam 58

Amsterdam10 12 23 13 - 58

Albany15 15 19 18 - 67

Amsterdam

Carr 5-1-12, Dufel 4-2-14, Hardies 1-0-2, Laboy 6-1-15, Pritchard 0-2-2, Sherlock 5-1-11, Springs 1-0-2. Totals 22-7-58.

Albany

Chandler 7-0-19, Collier 4-2-10, Dace 3-6-12, Danzy 2-0-5, Dixon 0-1-1, Holmberg 5-0-10, Jordan 1-0-2, McPherson 0-2-2, Shabazz 3-0-6. Totals 25-11-67.

3-point goals: Amsterdam 7 (Dufel 4, Laboy 2, Carr); Albany 6 (Chandler 5, Danzy).

Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference

Wells 50, Johnsburg 30

JOHNSBURG - Jake Earley finished with 20 points, six rebounds, two assists and two steals to lead Wells to a win over Johnsburg.

Kenny Chicoski and Ben Brenan each scored eight points for the Indians. Brenan also finished with 10 rebounds, four blocks, three steals and three assists.

Caleb Hayes posted eight assists and three steals for Wells (8-5 overall, 8-5 MVAC).

Chet Prouty scored 11 points to lead Johnsburg.

Wells 50, Johnsburg 30

Wells15 13 12 10 - 50

Johnsburg6 12 2 10 - 30

Wells

Earley 9-2-20, Hayes 1-0-2, Michienzi 3-0-7, Chicoski 3-0-8, Brenan 4-0-8, Weaver 1-1-4, Hoffman 0-1-1. Totals 21-4-50.

Johnsburg

Sears 1-0-2, Smith 2-0-5, Prouty 4-0-11, Tyberg 1-1-3, Watson 2-0-4, Moore 2-1-5. Totals 12-2-30.

3-point goals: Wells 4 (Chicoski 2, Michienzi, Weaver); Johnsburg 4 (Prouty 3, Smith).

Center State Conference

Little Falls 74, Dolgeville 26

DOLGEVILLE - Lucas Godlewski scored 23 points to lead Little Falls to a win over Dolgeville.

Theo Wind finished with 10 points for the Mounties, who outscored the Blue Devils 38-9 in the first half.

J.J. Dineen scored seven points to lead Dolgeville (0-15 overall), while Alex Johnson added six points.

 
 

 

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