Girls' Basketball: Oxford 50, Deposit-Hancock 37
Published: January 13th, 2022
By: Patrick Newell

OXFORD - Still missing multiple starters, Oxford overcame that short-handed lineup - and an early nine-point deficit - as Madalyn Barrows and Madison Long contributed career-high performances for the Blackhawks on Wednesday.

Barrows and Long combined for 45 of their team's points with Barrows scoring 37 points, and Long eight.

"We are figuring it out every day," said Oxford coach Chris Palmer. "I give the girls a lot of credit. They are mentally handling all the changes, and every player has contributed - including a couple from the JV team."

Deposit-Hancock raced to an 18-9 lead, but the rest of the way did not reach double figures scoring in any quarter.

Oxford grabbed the lead for good early in the third starting the quarter with a 13-0 run.

D-H:  Olivia Carey 12, Makiryn Ostrander 6, Kaitlyn Macumber 6, Madison Felter 4, Abigail Russell 2, Cassidy Bruford 3, Kelsey Wank 2. Totals:  FG-16, FT 3-8-37.

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Oxford (8-4):  Madalyn Barrows 37, Madison Long 8, Ava Benjamin 5. Totals:  FG 21, FT 4-10- 50

Score by quarters

D-H   18   9  4  6--37

Oxf.  9  16  17  8--50

Three-point goals: Deposit-Hancock 2 (Ostrander, Bruford). Oxford 4 (Barrows 4).

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Bainbridge-Guilford 56, Afton 24

BAINBRIDGE - Bainbridge-Guilford won back-to-back games for the first time this season notching a blowout win over Afton on Wednesday.

Danielle McEntee and Celeste Baldwin combined for 33 points in the Bobcats victory.

McEntee had 11 of her points in the first half on her way to a 17-point evening, while Baldwin scored 10 of her 16 in the first two quarters.

In that opening 16-minute span, B-G (3-4) built a 32-9 halftime advantage.

Afton:  Anna Cable 6, Mallory Carman 16, Rosey Decker 2. Totals:  FG-9, FT 3-6-24.

B-G (3-4):  Taylor Kazmirski 9, Peyton Umbra 2, Celeste Baldwin 16, Danielle McEntee 17, Breanna Casey 5, Annika Armstrong 2, Chandler Benjamin 5. Totals:  FG-20, FT 12-18-56.

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Score by quarters

Afton  5  4   9   6--24

B-G  19  13  10 14--56

Three-point goals:  Bainbridge-Guilford 4 (Baldwin 2, Kazmirski, Casey). Afton 3 (Carman 3).

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Delhi 47, Greene 41

DELHI - In a matchup of top Midstate Athletic Conference clubs, Delhi handed the Trojans their first loss of the season on Wednesday night.

Locked in a 32-32 tie after three quarters, Delhi shook the Trojans over the final four minutes finishing the game on an 8-2 run.

Sylvia Liddle had a team-high 14 points for Delhi, which included a big 3 in the fourth quarter. Julia Baxter added 12 points, and Abbie Leahy had 10.

Greene's Olivia Kennedy led all scorers with 15 points, and Lyla Biefeldt added nine.

Greene (7-1):  Olivia Kennedy 15, Cassie Butler 6, Abby Yahner 4, Payton Yahner 4, Paige Estabrook 3, Lyla Biefeldt 9. Totals: FG-15, FT 9-15-41

Delhi:  Julia Baxter 12, Abbie Leahy 10, Lamport 2, Sylvia Liddle 14, Nealis 4, Wakin 3, Gioffe 2. Totals:  FG-19, FT 5-13-47

Score by quarters

Greene  16   7  9   9--41

Delhi   14   11   7  15--47

Three-point goals:  Delhi 4 (Liddle 3, Leahy). Greene 2 (Biefeldt, Kennedy).

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Sidney 43, Unadilla Valley 40

NEW BERLIN - By sheer volume of free throws attempted - and made - Sidney was able to fend off Unadilla Valley in a close matchup on Wednesday.

The Warriors went to the line 19 times in the contest, making nine, with Emma Simmons converting four big free throws in the third quarter to help her team keep pace.

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Kadence York and Keona Courtright led UV's offense scoring 11 and 10 points respectively.

Sidney:  Emma Simmons 16, Cortney Mondore 2, Ava Cirigliano 18, Makayla Bales 4, Zoe Sullivan 3. Totals:  FG-17, FT 9-19-43.

Unadilla Valley:   Jaiden Schrag 7, Kadence York  11, Madison Sayles 6, Keona Courtright 10, Kiara Foster 2, Bella Jones 2, Morgan Hodge 2. Totals:  FG-17, FT 5-6-40.

Score by quarters

Sidney  11  12  10  10--43

UVall   9   12   10   9--40

Three-point goals: Sidney - none. Unadilla Valley 1 (Schrag)

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Mount Markham 62, Sherburne-Earlville 19

SHERBURNE - Mount Markham picked up its second win over Sherburne-Earlville this month hitting nine three-pointers in Wednesday's win over the Marauders.

Mount Markham made four of its trifectas in a 24-7 opening quarter salvo. Hannah Pcola had seven points, and Jenna Kocienda added six during that period.

The Marauders were led by Chesnee Miller's seven points. Hannah Todd-Rogers grabbed a team-high eight rebounds.

Mt. Markham:  Hannah Pcola 16, Jenna Kocienda 12, Morgan Sayers 7, Caroline Entwistle 19, Emma Kocienda 2, Zoe Hoke 6. Totals: FG-25, FT 3-6-62.

S-E:  Chesnee Miller 7, Trinity Thornton 5, Alex Gryzmkowski 4, Hannah Todd-Rogers 2, Alexis James 1. Totals: FG -7, FT 2-4-19.

Score by quarters

MM  24  19   9  10-62

S-E    7   0   7   5--19

Three-point goals: S-E 3 ( Miller, Gzymkowski, Thornton). Mount Markham 9 (Entwistle 4, J. Kocienda 3, Pcola 2).

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