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Girls Basketball Roundup: B-P spoils Gloversville’s home opener

December 14, 2013
By The Leader-Herald (sports@leaderherald.com) , The Leader Herald

GLOVERSVILLE - The Gloversville girls basketball team played its first varsity home game since 2011 Friday night at Gloversville High School.

Despite a game-high 10-point effort from Stacia Griesemer, the Lady Dragons (0-2 overall, 0-1 Foothills) fell to Broadalbin-Perth, 32-26.

The Lady Patriots (2-0 overall, 1-0 overall) were paced by Nicole Traver's eight-point performance, while Erica Kordjyak had 10 rebounds and four points and Tatiana Ivery added six points and 10 rebounds.

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Broadalbin-Perth’s Erica Kordjyak, right, battles Gloversville’s Emily Washburn, center, and Angela DiMarco, left, for the ball during Friday’s Foothills Council game at Gloversville High School. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)

Christa Decker picked up five steals to go with her four points in the Foothills Council win.

Broadalbin-Perth 32, Gloversville 26

Broadalbin-Perth6 8 8 10 - 32

Gloversville6 6 10 4 - 26

Broadalbin-Perth

Traver 3-2-8, Decker 1-2-4, Westfall 2-0-4, Kordiyak 1-2-4, Simonson 3-0-6, Ivery 3-0-6. Totals: 13-6-32.

Gloversville

Gifford 1-3-5, Kucel 1-0-3, Ross 1-0-2, Griesemer 2-6-10, DiMarco 1-0-2, Washburn 1-2-4. Totals: 7-11-26.

3-point goals: Broadalbin-Perth none; Gloversville 1 (Kucel).

Scotia-Glenville 51, Johnstown 42

SCOTIA - Nicole Conley scored 20 points and Allison Casey 14 to lead the Lady Tartans to victory over Johnstown.

Hope Cerasuolo led the Lady Bills scorers with 11 points, while Brianna O'Rourke added nine points for Johnstown.

Scotia-Glenville 51, Johnstown 42

Johnstown15 5 7 15 - 42

Scotia-Glenville13 12 11 15 - 51

Johnstown

Anagnostopulos 0-2-2, Barnholt 1-3-6, Cerasuolo 5-1-11, McCoy 2-0-4, Nellis 3-0-6, O'Rourke 3-3-9, Stock 1-1-4. Totals: 15-10-42.

Scotia-Glenville

Casey 5-4-14, Conley 7-6-20, Dwyer 2-0-5, Estes 1-5-7, McNulty 1-0-2, Purvis 1-1-3. Totals: 17-16-51.

3-point goals: Johnstown 2 (Kelsi barnholt, Annie Stock); Scotia-Glenville 1 (Katelyn Dwyer).

Queensbury 47, Glens Falls 36

GLENS FALLS - Jillian Davis scored 13 points to lead Queensbury to a Foothills Council win over Glens Falls.

Nikari Carota added 11 points for the Spartans.

Skylar Girard scored 13 points to lead Glens Falls.

Queensbury 47, Glens Falls 36

Queensbury10 11 7 19 - 47

Glens Falls10 4 13 9 - 36

Queensbury

Carota 5-1-11, Davis 5-3-13, Hurley 1-0-2, McLaughlin 1-2-4, Nelson 3-0-9, A. Rodriguez 0-2-2, L. Rodriguez 2-0-4, Shevlin 1-0-2. Totals 18-8-47.

Glens Falls

Girard 3-7-13, Haraughty 1-0-2, Harvey 4-0-8, Stamatel 2-0-5, Tougas 1-5-7, Vanderheyden 0-1-1. Totals 13-14-36.

3-point goals: Queensbury 3 (Nelson 3); Glens Falls - none.

Hudson Falls 55, South Glens Falls 42

HUDSON FALLS - Bri McKinney connected on seven 3-pointers, leading Hudson Falls to a Foothills Council win over South Glens Falls.

Tanner Barton added 18 points for the Tigers.

Bryanna Park scored 15 points to lead South Glens Falls.

Hudson Falls 55, South Glens Falls 42

South Glens Falls7 8 16 11 - 42

Hudson Falls13 10 12 20 - 55

South Glens Falls

Buser 3-2-9, Coon 2-0-4, Higgins 2-0-4, Park 7-1-15, Potter 2-0-4, Relyea-Allen 0-2-2, VanGuilder 2-0-4. Totals 18-5-42.

Hudson Falls

Akins 0-2-2, Barton 5-8-18, Gallagher 1-0-3, Hanlon 01-1-, Lebrun 0-3-3, McKinney 8-5-28. Totals 14-19-55.

3-point goals: South Glens Falls 1 (Buser); Hudson Falls 8 (McKinney 7, Gallagher).

Western Athletic Conference

Mayfield 48, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 32

ST. JOHNSVILLE - Julie Hampton finished with 17 points, leading Mayfield to a Western Athletic Conference North Division win over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville.

Kaylee Bumpus added 11 points for Mayfield (3-2 overall, 2-2 WAC), which outscored the Lady Wolves 14-6 in the third quarter to take control of the game.

Rylie Smith scored 15 points to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville (0-5 overall, 0-3 WAC), while Kristen Raux and Jessica Hagadorn each had six points.

Mayfield 48, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 32

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville9 12 5 6 - 32

Mayfield12 16 14 6 - 48

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville

Hagadorn 2-1-6, Smith 5-5-15, Raux 3-0-6, Freeman 1-0-2, Mumford 0-1-1, Perry 1-0-2. Totals 12-7-32.

Mayfield

Meca 3-2-8, Eagan 1-0-2, Sheldon 3-1-7, Hampton 5-5-17, Lavada 1-1-3, Bumpus 5-1-11

3-point goals: Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 1 (Hagadorn); Mayfield 2 (Hampton 2)

Fort Plain 49, Galway 44

FORT PLAIN - Abby Boyer finished with 18 points, leading Fort Plain to a win over Galway.

The Lady Hilltoppers trailed 30-28 after three quarters before outscoring the Golden Eagles 21-14 in the final quarter to earn the win.

Haley Kilmartin scored 17 points for Fort Plain (3-2 overall, 2-1 WAC), while Bri Florian added 11 points.

Erica Chase scored 18 points to pace Galway (4-2 overall, 3-1 WAC).

Fort Plain 49, Galway 44

Galway17 4 9 14 - 44

Fort Plain9 10 9 21 - 49

Galway

Snyder 4-0-8, Ritter 2-2-6, Chase 6-4-18, Suits 1-0-2, Pink 2-0-4, Naughton 3-0-6. Totals 18-6-44.

Fort Plain

Florian 5-1-11, Kilmartin 6-4-17, Boyer 6-6-18, Shirley 1-1-3. Totals 17-12-49.

3-point goals: Galway 2 (Chase 2); Fort Plain 1 (Kilmartin).

Canajoharie 49, Saratoga Catholic 33

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Alexis Kane connected for 14 points to lead the Lady Cougars.

Kaylie Fish led Saratoga Catholic with 13 points.

Canajoharie 49, Saratoga Catholic 33

Canajoharie14 2 17 16 - 49

Saratoga Catholic6 6 13 8 - 33

Canajoharie

Balfe 1-0-3, Dearwester 1-1-3, Dillenbeck 2-2-6, Dingman 1-2-4, Hoffman 1-0-2, Kane 5-0-14, A. Logan 3-2-8, J. Logan 1-2-4, Veeder 2-1-5. Totals: 17-10-49.

Saratoga Catholic

Billilngton 1-0-2, Fish 4-2-13, Landolfo 1-0-2, Orsini 2-0-4, Taylor 2-0-4, VanDeCar 3-1-8. Totals: 13-3-33.

3-point goals: Canajoharie 5 (Alexis Kane 4, Lauren Balfe); Saratoga Catholic 4 (Kaylie Fish 4, Emma VanDeCar).

Middleburgh 44, Duanesburg 39

MIDDLEBURGH -Amanda Roney finished with 15 points, leading Middleburgh to a WAC South Division win over Duanesburg.

Kirea Morgan added eight points for the Knights.

Rachel Gamache paced Duanesburg with 15 points, while Emily Barnes and Emily Gaige each finished with 10 points.

Middleburgh 44, Duanesburg 39

Duanesburg12 7 8 12 - 39

Middleburgh7 19 12 6 - 44

Duanesburg

Antillon 0-1-1, Barnes 4-2-10, Gaige 4-0-10, Gamache 6-2-15, Howell 1-1-3. Totals 15-6-39.

Middleburgh

Brown 0-1-1, Cater 4-0-8, Leruzic 2-0-4, Morgan 4-0-9, Roney 7-1-15, Ryan 3-1-7. Totals 20-3-44.

3-point goals: Duanesburg 3 (Gaige 2, Gamache); Middleburgh 1 (Morgan).

Schoharie 36, Sharon Springs 23

SHARON SPRINGS - Lauren Archer scored 23 points to lead Schoharie to a WAC South Division win over Sharon Springs.

Kassidee VanGasbeck had seven points for the Indians.

Allison Cross, Janel Cross and Hallie Trigg all finished with six points for Sharon Springs.

Schoharie 36, Sharon Springs 23

Schoharie4 9 10 13 - 36

Sharon Springs6 11 4 2 - 23

Schoharie

Archer 10-2-23, Palmateer 2-0-4, Sacket 1-0-2, VanGasbeck 3-1-7. Totals 16-3-36.

Sharon Springs

A. Cross 3-0-6, J. Cross 3-0-6, Handy 1-0-3, Trigg 3-0-6, VanArsdal 1-0-2. Totals 11-0-23.

3-point goals: Schoharie 1 (Archer); Sharon Springs 1 (Handy).

Berne-Knox-Westerlo 46, Mekeel Christian 45 (OT)

SCOTIA - Monique Britton scored 15 points to lead Berne-Knox-Westerlo to a WAC South Division win over Mekeel Christian Academy.

Kathryn Salo finished with 15 points for the Bulldogs.

Nicole Baratiere scored 15 points to lace Mekeel Christian, while Lexy Rychick added 12 points.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo 46, Mekeel Christian 45 (OT)

Berne-Knox-Westerlo10 13 8 11 4 - 46

Mekeel Christian12 15 5 10 3 - 45

Berne-Knox-Westerlo

Britton 7-0-15, Hilton 3-0-6, Keppler 3-0-6, Martin 2-0-5, Salo 6-2-14. Totals 21-2-46.

Mekeel Christian

Baratier 5-1-15, Dean 3-2-9, McCarty 1-0-2, Pigliavento 3-1-7, Rychick 4-4-12. Totals 16-8-45.

3-point goals: Berne-Knox-Westerlo 2 (Britton, Martin); Mekeel Christian (5 (Baratiere 4, Dean).

Colonial Council

Schalmont 54, Fonda-Fultonville 52, OT

FONDA - Fonda-Fultonville rallied back from a 32-21 half-time deficit but came up short in overtime against the Lady Sabres.

Emily Parslow led the Lady Braves with 17 points, while Julianna Taylor hit three 3-pointers en route to her 11 point effort.

Schalmont was led by Ryanne Olsen's 19-point performance, while Hailee Metzold added 16.

Schalmont 54, Fonda-Fultonville 52, OT

Schalmont16 16 10 9 3 - 54

Fonda-Fultonville10 11 14 16 1 - 52

Schalmont

Barnett 1-0-2, Daversa 1-0-2, Mastrianni 2-0-4, Metzold 4-7-16, Olsen 6-4-10, Randle 2-0-5, Strijek 2-0-6. Totals: 18-11-54.

Fonda-Fultonville

Auriemma 1-0-3, Derby 1-1-3, Egelston 2-0-4, Nethaway 2-1-5, Parslow 6-5-11, taylor 4-0-11, Warner 3-3-9. Totals: 19-10-52.

3-point goals: Schalmont 7 (Ryanne Olsen 3, Rachel Strijek 2, Tralyn randle, Hailee Metzold); Fonda-Fultonville 4 (Julianna Taylor 3, Samantha Auriemma).

Big 10

Troy 56, Amsterdam 45

AMSTERDAM - Kiana Patterson scored a game-high 19 points, leading Troy to a win over Amsterdam.

The Flying Horses led 35-19 at the half on their way to the win.

Allyah Gillespie finished with 11 points for Troy (3-0 overall, 3-0 Big 10), while Mary Pattison had 10 points.

Nina Fedullo scored 13 points to lead Amsterdam (1-3 overall, 1-3 Big 10), while Caitlin Gannon added 11.

Troy 56, Amsterdam 45

Troy16 19 15 6 - 56

Amsterdam9 10 13 13 - 45

Troy

Pattison 2-6-10, Patterson 8-1-19, Frierson 2-1-5, Gillespie 3-5-11, Thomas 0-2-2, Torres 1-0-2. Totals 18-16-56.

Amsterdam

Santiago 3-2-8, Fedullo 5-2-13, Filiberto 0-1-1, Gannon 4-0-11, Devine 2-3-7, Pritchard 1-0-2, Rouse 1-1-3. Totals 16-9-45.

3-point goals: Troy 4 (Patterson 4); Amsterdam 4 (Gannon 3, Fedullo).

Northern Basketball League

Schroon Lake 49, Wells 22

SCHROON LAKE - Kaeli Brenan delivered seven points, including a 3-pointer but it was not enough as the Lady Indians dropped its league contest.

Erika Foster added six points for Wells, while Chelsea Kennedy had five points and Chelsea Simons collected five rebounds.

Schroon Lake was led by Julianna Finnerty's 21-point effort, while Molly Wisser had 10.

 
 

 

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