Norwich wins in tuneup for dual meet tourney

Wrestling

Norwich 42, Sidney 34

NORWICH – Norwich quickly regrouped from a three-point loss to Chenango Forks one night earlier defeating Sidney Wednesday on senior recognition night.

Freshman Carter Hubbard (126) clinched the Tornado matmen’s victory with a technical fall over the Warriors’ Ryan Arnold. Hubbard’s victory was preceded by victories from teammates Cole Rifanburg (120), and Ty Rifanburg (106).

“We had some really good wins tonight from our young kids,” said Norwich coach Terry Hagenbuch. Hagenbuch was referencing the two aforementioned Rifanburgs and Hubbard. “Ty had a big win and Cole is wrestling extremely well. Carter is the same.”



Norwich’s lineup remains weakened by injury and illness as it heads into Friday’s dual meet tournament matchup against Greene. The Tornado host the Trojans at 6 p.m. “They have some holes in their lineup and we have some holes,” Hagenbuch. “It all comes down to the draw.”

NHS seniors Marcus Dodd and Billy Clipston were honored before the meet’s start.

Results

132: Matt Higgins (S) pinned Trey Muserallo, :55; 138: Marcus Dodd (N) won by fft. 145: Tristan Rifanburg (N) won by fft. 152: Frank Garcia (N) dec. Dylan Gifford, 4-0. 160: Brandon Swislosky (S) dec. Colton Langille, 20-12. 170: Nick Jump (S) pinned Billy Clipston, 1:05. 182: No match. 195: Kai Sabada (S) pinned Jacob Perrone, 3:33. 220: Brad Chesebro (N) won by fft. 285: Austin Dean (S) won by fft. 99: Dalen Geislinger (N) won by fft. 106: Ty Rifanburg (N) dec. Seth Arnold, 8-0; 113: David Gannon (S) won by fft. 120: Cole Rifanburg (N) pinned Chase Northrop, 1:02. 126: Carter Hubbard (N) tech fall over Ryan Arnold, 16-0, 4:44.

Girls’ Basketball

Bainbridge-Guilford 46, Greene 27

GREENE – B-G finished the first half on a 6-0 run to take a six-point lead into halftime, and extended the lead to 19 points with a 14-1 third quarter in Wednesday’s victory over Greene.

Morgan Bullis and Abbey Smith scored 12 points to pace the Bobcats. “I have to give (Bainbridge-Guilford) credit. They played very well defensively, and it’s the best defense that I have seen in our league this year,” said Greene coach Dave Gorton. “They pressured and contested everything. Nothing was easy for us.”

Sierra Stoppkotte scored seven points for the Trojans, who travel to Unadilla Valley Friday.

B-G: Taylor Lamont, 0; Megan Ferrara, 1 0-0-2; Abbey Smith, 6 0-0-12; Marissa Thornton, 0; Morgan Bullis, 5 2-7-12; Alissa Rivera, 1 0-2-2; Alexis Page, 0; Taylor Palmatier, 3 2-2-8; Becca Reyes, 3 0-0-6; Cadi Barber, 0; Betsy Holden, 2 0-0-4; Darcy McElligott, 0. Totals: 21 4-11-46.


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