Greene Pulls Away From Storm In Second Half
Published: February 3rd, 2022
By: Patrick Newell


Greene 53, Unadilla Valley 27

GREENE - After a competitive first half, Greene's defense clamped down on Unadilla Valley over the final two quarters as the Trojans pulled away for their fourth win of season on Wednesday.

The Trojans' offense was balanced up and down the roster with six players finishing in the six- to 12-point scoring range. Joey Gibbs led Greene (4-10) with a dozen points.

The Trojans took a 27-20 lead into halftime, but allowed the Storm just three field goals and seven total points over the final 16 minutes.

Zach Smith led UV (2-15) with nine points.

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UV (2-15):  Mitchell Thomson 2, Zach Smith 9, Trason Murray 3, Trent Marinelli 6, Kaden Butts 5, Dalton Allen 2. Totals: FG-9, FT 7-12-27

Greene (4-10): Liam Flanagan 9, Joel Vielandi 4, Terriek Brown 7, Joey Gibbs 12, Jaden Eroshevich 7, Aiden Pickard 6, Bill Dunlap 8. Totals: FG-22, FT 13-8-53

Score by quarters

UVall  12   8   3  7--27

Greene  13  14  17  9--53

Three-point goals: UV 2 (Smith, Murray). Greene 1 (Eroshevich)


Deposit-Hancock 61, Bainbridge-Guilford 52

BAINBRIDGE- In a matchup of top-four Midstate Athletic Conference clubs, Deposit-Hancock's one-two punch of Chris Gross and Wyatt Jacobs proved too much for the Bobcats on Wednesday.

Gross finished with 25 points, and Jacobs added 18 points. The Eagles stretched their lead out to 11 points, and B-G's fourth-quarter offensive surge was a little too late.

"It could have gone either way with us tonight," said B-G coach Kevin Wehrli. "(Deposit-Hancock) shot so well from the field and the foul line, especially in the first half."

B-G (7-8) had its typical balanced scoring as David Emerson and Ilias Wilson shared the team lead finishing with 11 points apiece.

D-H: Chris Gross 25, Wyatt Jacobs 18, Christian Alderman 3, Blake Fortunato 5, Jacob Dobromirescu 4, Nick Locke 6. Totals:  FG-18, FT 17-24-61.

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B-G (7-8):  David Emerson 11, James Hogroian 9, Ilias Wilson 11, Lucas Carlin 3, Ethan Gregory 2, Garrett O'Hara 3, Owen Brown 5, Connor Vredenburgh 8. Totals:  FG-19 FT 8-15--52

Score by quarters

D-H  14   19   12  16--61

UVa.  9  13  11  19--52

Three-point goals:  D-H 7 (Gross 4, Jacobs, Alderman, Fortunato, Locke). B-G 6 (Emerson 3, Wilson, O'Hara).




Holland Patent 60, Sherburne-Earlville 38

HOLLAND PATENT - In what was anyone's game heading to the fourth quarter, Holland Patent salted the victory away over the final eight minutes outscoring the Marauders 17-2.

Through three quarters, the Marauders were within seven points of the lead, well within range of a second victory this season.

However, two Marauders starters fouled out leaving the club with just five suited players to finish the game.

Terra McLaughlin led Holland Patent's lineup with 21 points.

Trinity Thornton had 18 points for S-E, and Hannah Todd-Rogers added a team-best 11 rebounds.

S-E:  Taylor Gryzmkowski 9, Alexis James 8, Hannah Todd-Rogers 1, Trinity Thornton  18, Amelia Moyer 2. Totals:  FG-13 8-15-38.

HP:  Maggie Cummings 5, Michaela Cushman 9, Terra McLaughlin 21, Kirsten Lighthall 1, Liz Cingranelli 12, Brianna Mullins 2, Emily Carkon 10. Totals:  FG-18, FT 18-38-60

Score by quarters

S-E   13   9  14  2--38

HP   17  17   9 17-60

Three-point goals: Holland Patent 6 (Cingranelli 4, McLaughlin 2). S-E 4 (Thornton 3, Grzymkowksi).

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Sidney 3, Oxford-Greene 1

GREENE - Sidney put up one of the league's best team totals of the season as it took three of four team points for Oxford-Greene's girls on Wednesday afternoon.

Cassandra Cole had a 674 series from the leadoff bowler position to pace the Warriors.

Brianna Fowlston led Oxford-Greene tossing a 560 series. Oxford-Greene's lone team point came in a second-game win when it edged Sidney by four pins, 849-845.


(Honor scores)

O-G (2,373):  Halia Tallett 184, 531, Abby Kimball 194, 482, Brianna Fowlston 200, 181, 179, 560.

Sidney (2,657):  Cassandra Cole 201, 215, 258,674, Holly Brookhout 208, 205, 192, 605, Allison Babcock, 204, Maegan Mazzarella 200, 488.