Marauders win five titles at home tourney


SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville crowned five champions at the S-E Classic, and 171-pounder Wheeler Brunschmid was named the tournament’s most outstanding wrestler Saturday night.

Brunschmid, a senior for the Marauders, pinned Vestal’s Ryan Cardon in 3:09. Cardon came into the finals with 17 wins, all by pinfall. Brunschmid dominated the match leading 9-1 before finishing the match.

Alec Sheddon (96), Tyi Franklin (103), and Greg DuVall (112) started the finals with title wins for S-E, and 285-pounder Chris Pike remained unbeaten winning a decision in the finals.

The Marauders placed third out of 11 teams behind first-place Vestal and runner-up Governeur. “Vestal is a pretty solid club and had all of their kids in the semifinals,” said S-E assistant coach Brian Hicks. “We wanted to finish in the top three like last year, and we were able to do that.”

The Marauders host Canastota Tuesday.


Team scores: Vestal 230 1/2, Gouverneur 172, Sherburne-Earlville 150, Dryden 103, Homer 83 1/2, Maine-Endwell 70 1/2, Morrisville-Eaton 54, Onondaga 47, Marathon 22 1/2, Camden 18, Fabius-Pompey 0.

S-E place winners

96: Alec Sheddon (1) pinned Josh Garrity (M-E), 3:58. 103: Tyi Franklin (1) pinned Andrew Straino (V), 4:44. 112: Greg Duvall (1) dec. Mike Howerton, 10-2. 125: Daniel Hicks (3) pinned Shane Devlin (M-E), 4:32. 135: Dan Cleveland (4) lost to Saxon Sprouse (H), 2-0. 171: Wheeler Brunschmid (1) Ryan Cardon (V), 3:09. 215: Braden Thornton (2) lost to Tony Clark (D), pin, 2:54. 285: Chris Pike (1) dec. Nick Glassman (M-E), 6-1.

Girls’ Basketball

B-G 60, Harpursville 39

BAINBRIDGE – B-G got off to the best possible start rattling Harpursville with a full-court press, while knocking down nearly every shot in sight to win for the seventh straight time Saturday.

Mariah Schaeffer had nearly a game’s worth of points in the opening quarter. Schaffer canned three trifectas scoring 17 of his game-high 26 points in the first quarter leading her club to a 24-8 lead.

“That was a great start for us, and it just makes it so much easier when you make shots,” said B-G coach Bob Conway. “I thought they had a hard time with our press in the first quarter. They seemed to figure it out in the second quarter and we got a little tired, but it did its job and set the tone to give us the lead.”

Dani Conway was steady throughout the contest finishing with 20 points, 15 rebounds, and eight steals.

Harpursville: Abby Klutts, 2 2-6-6; Holly Lindow, 0; Alycia Kimmel, 1 0-0-2; Hannah Kimmel, 5 4-4-14; Carrie Marsh, 0; Jamie Anderson, 1 4-6-6; Marissa Wickham, 5 1-3-11. Totals: 14 11-19-39.

B-G: Jerica Thomas, 0; Mariah Schaeffer, 10 2-2-26; Ellery Gager, 0 4-4-4; Liz Holbert, 3 0-0-6; Savannah Hard, 0; Brittney Fahringer, 1 0-0-2; Dani Conway, 7 4-4-20; Kimberly Hart, 0; Brittney Hutchinson, 1 0-0-2; Samantha DeGroat, 0. Totals: 22 10-10-60.

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