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January 17, 2013

Sports roundup

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CV-S 44, Edmeston 38

Jan. 9

Olivia Hull scored a game-high 14 points to lead Cherry Valley-Springfield to a 44-38 Tri-Valley League girls basketball victory at Edmeston.

Lauren Loucks contributed 12 for the Patriots. Edmeston received 13 points from Sydney Smith and 10 from Katlin Talbot.

 

Milford 34, Worcester 27

Jan. 9

Addy Lawson scored 16 and had 13 rebounds as Milford won on the road in the Tri-Valley League.

Marina Steele scored 10 points for Milford.

Cassie Sklenka and Jillian Perrillo scored seven points each to lead Worcester.

Cooperstown 61,

Sauquoit Valley 23

Jan. 9

Cooperstown’s Elizabeth Millea scored 13 points and had seven steals in the Redskins’ Center State Conference home victory.

Sumer Murdock contributed a game-high 18 points. She scored eight in the first quarter, which ended with Cooperstown leading, 14-0. Nicole Cring contributed 11 for the Redskins.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Worcester 50, CV-S 47

Jan. 11

J.T. Horne scored a game-high 22 points to lead host Worcester to an upset in the Tri-Valley League.

“This is a great win for our program,” Worcester coach Jim Kenyon said of his 3-5 squad. “The kids did everything we asked of them tonight offensively and we gave great effort defensively and on the boards.”

Horne made both ends of a 1-and-1 with eight seconds to cap the scoring.

“I need to recognize our point guard, Anthony Hewitt,” Kenyon said. “He did a great job of directing the offense for us.”

Kyle Jaquay scored 11 points and Isiah Montgomery contributed 10 points for Cherry Valley-Springfield.

 

Milford 65, Schenevus 47

Jan. 11

Peyton Griffiths made 11 field goals en route to a game-high 27 points as Milford rallied for a road victory in the Tri-Valley League.

“He’s just such a playmaker,” Schenevus coach Kerry Mason said of Griffiths, who also went 4-for-6 at the foul line. “He’s explosive from the wing and when he gets into the paint, he just creates so much havoc for a defense. He can jump and once he gets in those creases, he can just go up over the top of people. And he sees the floor so well he can kick it out to Ward or Rutledge. He’s just a dynamic playmaker.”

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