Unadilla Valley Picks Up Third Game Of Season
Published: February 9th, 2022
By: Patrick Newell


Unadilla Valley 52, Afton 29

NEW BERLIN - Unadilla Valley put together the ultimate in consistent offense scoring exactly 13 points in all four quarters to earn its third win of the season Tuesday against Afton.

Unlike many of its previous contests this season where the three-pointers made nearly equaled the two-pointers, the Storm consistently got to the foul line, and had just two threes amongst the 17 made field goals.

Trason Murray finished with 18 points to lead UV, and was 8-for-9 from the charity stripe. Zach Smith added 12 points in the victory.

Afton:  Baciuska 7, Patterson 8, Kelly 5, Saddlemire  4, Stiner 3, Palmetier 2. Totals:  FG-12, FT  0-4-29.

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UV:  Dakota Johnson 4, Mitchell Thompson 6, Zach Smith 12, Trason Murray 18, Trent Marinelli 5, Kaden Butts 3, Dalton Allen 4. Totals:  FG-17 16-24--52

Score by quarters

Afton  7  9  3  10--29

UVall 13  13  13  13--52

Three-point goals:  Afton 5 ( Patterson 2, Baciuska, Kelly, Stiner)



Otselic Valley 34, McGraw 20

SOUTH OTSELIC - Otselic Valley's continued late-season improvement led to a second win of the season in a victory over McGraw on Tuesday night.

Tori Foster and Emily Miller each had 11 points for the Vikings, and Miller completed a double-double with 14 rebounds.  Gracie Rooker pulled down 10 boards, while Emily Smith led the defense with five steals.

"Emily (Smith) and Tori controlled the front of the press," said OV coach Danielle Graham. "(Which caused) McGraw to turn the ball over to give us the lead - and we never lost it."

OV:  Katie Kenyon 2, Tori Foster 11, Emily Smith 2, Gracie Rooker 8, Emily Miller 11. Totals:  FG-13, FT 7-28-34.

McGraw:  Harley McCall 2, Eden Sears 2, Hannah Wilson 7, Madison Sweeney 2, Heather McGee 5. Totals:  FG 9, FT 2-10-20.

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Score by quarters

OVall  8  10  8  8--34

McG.    2  4  6  8--20

Three-point goals: OV 1 (Foster) McGraw 0.


Sherburne-Earlville 25, Canastota 23

SHERBURNE - Hannah Todd-Rogers scored a big bucket late in the game, and Alyse Brown added a key insurance free throw as Sherburne-Earlville grabbed its second win of the season on Tuesday.

Todd-Rogers' bucket gave her 10 points, and completed her double-double as she also pulled down a team-high 10 rebounds.

Brown added four steals to lead the S-E defense.

Canastota:  Emma Wood 12, Reilly Smith 3, G. Coppola 2, E. Grant 2. R. Bitz 2, Alexis R. 2. Totals:  FG-8, FT 7-12-23.

S-E:  Hannah Todd-Rogers 10, Alyse Brown 5, Chesnee Miller 5, Alexis James 4, Trinity Thornton 1. Totals:  FG-10, FT 4-14-25.

Score by quarters

Can.  6  2  9  6--23

S-E   6   7  6  6--25

Three-point goals: Canastota 0. S-E 1 (Miller).


Sidney 42, Bainbridge-Guilford 35

BAINBRIDGE - Bainbridge-Guilford's offense went cold over the game's final eight minutes as Sidney pulled out the road victory on Tuesday.

The Bobcats (6-11) entered the final quarter with a one-point lead over the Warriors, but managed just two free throws in the final stanza.

Cortney Mondore bucketed what would be the winning points for Sidney, and Ava Cirigliano scored the final four points for Sidney to make it a three-possession margin of victory.

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Danielle McEntee scored 12 points to lead B-G.

Sidney:  Emma Constable 4, Ava Cirigliano 9, Emma Simmons 7, Cortney Mondore 8, Emily Russo 2, Makayla Bales 12. Totals:  FG-18, FT 5-8-42.

B-G (6-11):  Taylor Kazmirski 3, Celeste Baldwin 6, Jayslin Henderson 1, Danielle McEntee 12, Johnna Henderson 7, Chandler Benjamin 3, Jordyn Parsons 1, Abigail Wombacker 2. Totals:  FG-13 FT 6-9-35.

Score by quarters

Sidn.  13  6  13  10-42

B-G   15   5  13  2--35

Three-point goals: B-G 3 (Baldwin 2, Kazmirski)



STAC Tournament

BINGHAMTON - At the end-of-season Southern Tier Athletic Conference tournament on Tuesday, Norwich's boys finished fourth out of 10 teams, while the girls were in the middle of the pack taking tenth place.

Norwich's boys rolled a 2,679, well behind first-place Elmira's 3,231 total.

Dawson Robinson led Norwich finishing out his team-high 625 series with 222 and 210 games.

The Purple Tornado girls fashioned a 2,061 total, just 24 pins behind fifth-place Susquehanna Valley.

Corning easily claimed the girls' championship racking up a 2,780 three-game total.

 Emily Flynn led Norwich's girls rolling a 222 game and 513 series.

Norwich is idle until next week's sectional tournament


Norwich (2,679):  Spencer Root 139-199-166-499; Aleks Smietona 123; Tyler Bates 202-132-180-514; Patrick White 211-161-198-570; Dawson Robinson 193-222-210-625; Mike Hagen 189-159-348.


Norwich (2,061):  Emily Flynn 138-153-222-513; Sienhah Bresse 120-136-113-369; Emma Manwarren 91-129-220; Olivia Joslyn 111-128-157-396; Andie Mucha 144-178-123-445; Kiara Sherman 118.