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Sunday, February 3, 2013
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Nico Dumas matched his season best with 16 points, and Mechanicville beat Stillwater for the second time this season, 45-37, in a non-league basketball game Saturday.

Dumas went 7-for-9 from the line, and the Red Raiders held a 17-3 advantage on free throws.

Nate Hatalsky scored nine points for Mechanicville (8-7), and Sal Cimino netted seven. John Hoin topped Stillwater (9-7) with nine points.

Green Tech put up 31 points in the fourth quarter to finish off a 102-85 non-league win over Peekskill.

Jamil Hood Jr. led four double-digit Green Tech scorers with 26 points. Green Tech (12-2) is ranked No. 21 in the state among Class AA teams.

Marah Ruff fired in 21 points and Oneonta — the state’s No. 3-ranked girls’ team — posted a 45-35 victory at Troy.

Courtney Avery sparked Troy (11-4) with 11 points and seven rebounds, Brayleigh Hanlon had eight points, and Mary Pattison had six points and four steals.

BOYS

NON-LEAGUE

MECHANICVILLE 45, STILLWATER 37

MECHANICVILLE

Cannizzo 0-2-2, Cimino 2-3-7, Dumas 4-7-16, A. Dunn 1-4-6, S. Dunn 1-0-2, Hatalsky 4-1-9, Vermilyea 1-0-3. Totals: 13-17-45.

STILLWATER

Gazelli 1-0-3, Hill 3-1-7, Hoin 4-0-9, McCumber 3-0-6, McNeil 3-2-8, Stickney 2-0-4. Totals: 16-3-37.

Mechanicville 10 7 12 16 — 45

Stillwater  9 7 10 11 — 37

Three-point goals: Dumas, Vermilyea, Gazelli, Hoin.

GREEN TECH 102, PEEKSKILL 85

PEEKSKILL

Braun 2-2-6, Cabell 2-0-5, Casey 3-5-12, Jackson 1-0-3, Mohommad 4-4-12, Oliver 1-0-2, Parker 0-1-1, Pigott 6-10-22, Seawright 6-5-22. Totals: 25-27-85.

GREEN TECH

Burt 4-1-9, Carr 4-5-14, D. Clark 1-2-4, K. Clark 4-3-11, Hood 6-13-26, Jones 2-0-5, McGill 4-2-10, Murray 0-3-3, Powell 1-0-2, Ward 1-1-3, West 5-4-15. Totals: 32-34-102.

Peekskill 18 21 19 27 —  85

Green Tech 24 29 18 31 — 102

Three-point goals: Cabell, Casey, Jackson, Seawright 5, Carr, Hood, Jones, West.

GIRLS

ONEONTA 45, TROY 35

ONEONTA

Dower 3-4-12, Webster 2-0-5, Baker 2-1-5, Ruff 6-6-21, Vanderlaan-Meyering 1-0-2. Totals: 14-11-45.

TROY

Pattison 3-0-6, Patterson 1-0-3, Hanlon 3-0-8, Avery 5-1-11, Knockwood 1-0-2, Hallett 0-1-1, Williams 2-0-4. Totals: 15-2-35.

Oneonta 13 4 14 14 — 45

Troy  7 8 10 10 — 35

Three-point goals: Dower 2, Webster, Ruff 3, Patterson, Hanlon 2.

Indoor track

new balance

Holy Names athletes ran a school-record 9:09.87 to finish third in the 3,200-meter relay at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational at The Armory in New York.

Catherine Maloy, Kaitlin Close, Estela Smith and Leah Triller combined for the record time. Triller also placed third in the 1,000 (2:53.42).

Kirsten Kaminski of Colonie set a school record in the 600, 1:35.80 for sixth place.

Hockey

shenendehowa wins

Kyle Marr scored a short-handed goal early in the second period to cap Shenendehowa’s comeback in a 2-1 Capital District High School Hockey League win over Christian Brothers Academy.

Zach Swantek scored for CBA (8-3-3, 9-6-4) early in the first per­iod, and Ryan Rosmarin answered for the Plainsmen (10-2-1, 12-6-1) midway through.

Shenendehowa 1 1 0 — 2

CBA 1 0 0 — 1

First period — 1, C, Zach Swantek (John Bassett), 2:26; 2, S, Ryan Rosmarin (Peter Sacks), 7:20.

Second period — 3, S, Kyle Marr (un), 1:54.

Third period — No scoring.

Goaltenders — Shenendehowa, Brian Walter, 21 saves. CBA, Kyle Stockman, 31 saves.

 
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