Greene offense in high gear

Boys’ Basketball

Greene 80, Afton 60

AFTON – Greene’s offense was in high gear over the first two periods behind the hot shooting of junior Scott Gorton.

Gorton had 18 of his 27 points by halftime sparking a 43-25 advantage. “We got a lot of steals in the first half and forced them into 17 turnovers,” said Greene coach Jeff Paske.

Afton was as close as nine points early in the third quarter. Booker Davis turned the tide back in the Trojans’ favor with two baskets, and Gorton added two more three balls.

Dan Carlin led Greene (3-0) with eight assists, Dustin Turner blocked nine shots to go with 13 points, and Mark McDermott pulled down 12 rebounds.



Adam Rupakus led Afton with 18 points, and Michael Muller added 14.

Greene hosts Oxford Friday at 8:45 p.m.

Greene: Mark Day, 3 1-1-7; Evan Moxley, 0; Brendan Kinne, 1 1-1-3; Scott Gorton, 10 2-2-27; Brian Day, 3 0-1-7; Ethan Buhl, 1 1-3-3; Mike Hollings, 1 0-0-2; Mark McDermott, 2 0-0-4; Booker Davis, 3 1-2-7; Dustin Turner, 6 1-2-13; Dan Carlin, 2 3-4-7; Ryan Connelly, 0 0-0-0. Totals: 32 10-16-80.

Afton: Clayton Andrews 0, Adam Davis 1 0-0-2, Casey Mohrien 5 3-5-13, Corey Mohrien 2 4-4-8, Michael Muller 5 3-8-14, Adam Rupakus 5 8-16-18, Corey Westfall 1 0-2-2, Dylan Wilson, 1 0-0-3. Totals: 20 18-35-60.

Gre. 25 18 21 16–80

Aft. 15 10 22 13–60

Fouled out: none. Three-point goals: (G) Gorton 5, B. Day. (A) Muller, Wilson. JV: Greene won. Officials: Cicciarelli, Dadamio.

Sidney 56, Oxford 47

OXFORD – Sidney caught fire in the middle two quarters to open a 14-point lead and win at Oxford Tuesday.

Jeremy Nelson’s three-point play late in the first quarter put Oxford in front, 13-10. Sidney embarked on a 15-5 second quarter, and extended the lead to 40-26 after three periods.

Mike Guerriere hit three three-pointers in the third, and Dylan Umbra canned a trifecta at the third-quarter horn.

Oxford rallied in the fourth closing the gap to 48-45 in the final minute before Sidney sealed the game from the foul line.

Alex Champlin had 10 points in the fourth quarter to finish with 22 points and a team-best 15 rebounds. Tom Gould scored 14 points and grabbed nine boards. “We were just in an offensive funk most of the game, and we didn’t execute well,” said Oxford coach Tim Davis. “Sidney was on fire in the second and third quarters.”


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