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Hobart stops Union, 82-70

Wednesday, January 23, 2013
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— Hobart shot 55 percent from the floor, and senior guard Stefan Thompson combined with sophomore guard Connor Rehbaum for 49 points to pace Hobart over Union College, 82-70, in a Liberty League men’s basketball game Tuesday night at Viniar Athletic Center.

Thompson led the 5-1, 9-6 Statesmen with 26 points, while Rehbaum contributed 23 points and 10 rebounds.

Union was paced by Hudson Falls graduate Keven Donohue with 24 points. Joe Mason scored 16 points, and Scotia-Glenville graduate Terell Winney added 13 for the Dutchmen (6-2, 14-3).

HOBART

Thompson 9-4-26, Rehbaum 9-2-23, Bonney 7-2-17, Gibbons 4-1-9, Peer 0-2-2, Smothers 1-1-3, Blanding 0-2-2. Totals: 30-55 14-17 82.

UNION

Donohue 9-3-24, Mason 7-0-16, Winney 6-1-13, Shorey 2-4-8, Petrone 1-3-5, DeBisschop 1-0-3, Lubowitz 1-0-2. Totals: 27-61 11-18 70.

Halftime: Hobart, 42-34. Three-point goals: Thompson 4, Rehbaum 3, Bonney, Donohue 3, Mason 2.

RPI 80, BARD 56

TROY — The Engineers forced 29 turnovers and used 12 points from Chris Almodovar to beat the Raptors at East Campus Arena.

Dan Martin added 10 points for 4-2, 9-6 RPI.

BARD

McNaughton 6-0-15, Powell 6-0-13, Stortini 3-0-7, Burnette 2-0-4, Arnstein 1-1-4, Kane 3-0-9, Atuk 1-0-2, Cunningham 1-0-2. Totals: 23-58 1-4 56.

RPI

Martin 5-0-10, Zajac 3-0-6, Farley 2-0-6, Gendron 1-0-3, Almodovar 4-0-12, Dugas 3-2-8, Keefe 3-0-6, Glover 3-0-6, Hatton 1-3-5, Dempsey 1-2-5, Cardenas 2-0-5, White 2-0-4, Boeglin 2-0-4. Totals: 32-69 7-16 80.

Halftime: RPI, 32-14. Three-point goals: McNaughton 3, Powell, Stortini, Arnstein, Kane 3, Farley 2, Gendron, Almodovar 4, Dempsey, Cardenas.

SKIDMORE 65, CLARKSON 58

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Connor Merrill, Aldin Medunjanin and Sakhile Sithole combined for 47 points as Skidmore (6-2, 12-5) downed Clarkson in a Liberty League game at Williamson Center.

CLARKSON

Jo. Coleman 11-1-24, Charlton 6-3-15, Je. Coleman 5-1-13, Abongo 2-0-4, Hodownes 1-0-2. Totals: 25-62 5-8 58.

SKIDMORE

Merrill 9-0-19, Medunjanin 5-4-14, Dahill 2-0-5, Johnston 2-0-5, Brooks 1-0-3, Sithole 4-5-14, Yijep 1-0-3, Moore 1-0-2. Totals:

25-46 9-14 65.

Halftime: Skidmore, 28-26. Three-point goals: Jo. Coleman, Je. Coleman 2, Merrill, Dahill, Johnston, Brooks, Sithole, Yijep.

FMCC 72, SCCC 64

SCHENECTADY — Kadeem Stanislas scored 17 of his 21 points in the second half and also grabbed 10 rebounds to carry the Raiders over the 12-8 Royals.

Bryant Jack and Aaron Morton added 10 points apiece for the Raiders. Schenectady’s Reece Jackson led the Royals with 19 points, and Jeremy Gregg added 17.

FMCC

Willams 2-2-6, Irizarry 2-0-5, Jack 5-0-10, Dinkins 1-1-3, Rivera 2-0-4, Baum 3-0-6, Stanislas 7-0-21, Ward 1-0-2, Mann 1-0-2, Barr 1-1-3, Morton 4-1-10. Totals: 29-94 12-20 72.

SCCC

Blanchard 1-0-2, Andrews 1-0-2, Browno 0-3-3, Gregg 6-4-17, Swann 1-2-4, Page 1-1-3, Jackson 7-4-19, Erwin 5-0-12, McCall 1-0-2. Totals: 23-63 16-23 64.

Halftime: FMCC 36, SCCC 36. Three-point goals: Irizarry, Jack 5, Dinkins, Rivera 2, Baum 3, Stanilas 7, Ward, Mann, Barr, Morton 3, Blanchard, Gregg 5, Swann, Page, Jackson 6, Erwin 5, McCall.

OLD WESTBURY 85, SAGE 85

OLD WESTBURY — Despite a double-double of 21 points and 16 rebounds from senior center Ryan Sager, the Gators lost to Old Westbury in a Skyline Conference game at Clark Athletic Center.

Ty Moon scored 20 points to lead four double-digit scorers for Old Westbury (9-0, 14-3).

Matt Fabotko (15), Mason Horne (14) and Jeff Stopera (12) also scored in double figures for 3-6, 8-8 Sage.

SAGE

Stopera 3-4-12, Horne 6-2-14, Farbotko 7-0-15, Ford 3-1-7, Sager 8-5-21, LaClair 1-0-2, Hennep 1-0-2. Totals: 29-64 12-16 73.

OLD WESTBURY

Mitchell 4-1-12, Tucker 6-3-16, Trebuse 2-0-5, Bailey 3-0-6, Moore 6-3-20, Hill 8-0-16, Vaughn 0-2-2, Chavis 3-2-8. Totals: 32-75 11-12 85.

Halftime: SUNY-Westbury, 46-21. Three-point goals: Stopera 2, Farbotko, Mitchell 3, Tucker, Trebuse, Moore 5.

HVCC 57, ADIRONDACK CC 54

QUEENSBURY — Catholic Central graduate Giacomo Giglio fired in 15 points, and Shenendehowa product Josh Reyes recorded a double-double with 11 points and 10 assists to pace the 13-8 Vikings to victory.

ACC

Horton 5-0-15, Smith 4-3-12, Irish 1-0-2, Sprague 2-0-4, Stevens 3-1-8, Budwick 5-2-12, Perry 1-0-2. Totals: 21-6-54.

HVCC

Reys 4-0-11, Dean 3-4-10, Griggs 0-1-1, Kruzinski 3-0-8, Monson 1-0-3, Fey 1-0-2, Giglio 6-0-15, Krimsky 2-2-6. Totals: 20-7-57.

Halftime: HVCC, 38-30. Three-point goals: Horton 5, Smith, Stevens, Reyes 3, Kruzinski 2, Giglio 3.

Women

WILLIAM SMITH 70, UNION 53

SCHENECTADY — Sophomore forward Chloe Hayter registered a double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds to power the Herons over the Dutchwomen in a Liberty League game at Viniar Athletic Center.

Erin O’Brien (14), Syndi Salvatore (10) and Sasha Borenstein (10) also scored in twin figures for the 4-3, 10-6 Herons.

Union (5-4, 10-7) was led by Kelsey McDonald with 19 points.

WILLIAM SMITH

Hayter 12-1-25, O’Brien 5-4-14, Salvatore 3-2-10, Rubin 3-0-6, Murphy 0-2-2, Borenstein 4-0-10, Breen 1-1-3. Totals: 28-61 10-12 70.

UNION

McDonald 7-2-19, Kenney 4-1-9, Thompson 4-0-8, Loya 3-1-7, Granato 2-0-6, Schmeer 1-0-2, Schmidt 1-0-2. Totals: 22-59 4-8 53.

Halftime: William Smith, 36-33. Three-point goals: Salvatore 2, Borenstein 2, McDonald 3, Granato 2.

SKIDMORE 58, CLARKSON 45

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Thoroughbreds stretched their winning streak to five games with a convincing triumph over the Golden Knights in a Liberty League game at the Williamson Center.

Skidmore forced 17 Clarkson turnovers and used a 23-9 run to close out the first half.

Angela Botiba led the 7-1, 9-8 Thoroughbreds with 12 points. Leighann Tomita scored 18 points, and Ashley Loggins added 16 for the 0-8, 2-14 Golden Knights.

CLARKSON

Tomita 5-4-18, Loggins 7-2-16, Esposito 3-3-9, Bogart 1-0-2, Hinckley 0-0-0. Totals: 16-51 9-13 45.

SKIDMORE

Botiba 4-4-12, Frederick 3-2-8, Davis 2-0-6, Caligaris 2-0-6, Conway 2-0-5, DeGreory 2-0-5, Gile 2-0-4, Holgate 2-1-5, McLaughlin 1-0-3, Wartts 1-1-3. Totals: 21-56 8-10 58.

Halftime: Skidmore, 30-19. Three-point goals: Tomita 4, Caligaris 2, Davis 2, McLaughlin, Gile, Conway, DeGregory.

OLD WESTBURY 63, SAGE 54

OLD WESTBURY — Clarissa Gallagher tossed in 22 points, and DeAndra Scott recorded a double-double with 13 points and 17 rebounds to spark the Panthers over the Gators in a Skyline Conference game.

SUNY-Old Westbury improved to 5-2 in the league and 10-6 overall, while the Gators slipped to 3-4 and 6-9.

Shaker graduate Erica Houle scored 17 points to lead the Gators, while Cambridge product Sara Tironi added 10 points. Colonie Central graduate Aimee Jefferson grabbed nine rebounds and blocked six shots for the Gators.

SAGE

McClain 0-4-4, Bowman 2-3-7, Martin 1-0-3, Tironi 3-4-10, Jefferson 2-0-4, Houle 6-0-17, Vallee 2-2-7, Jicha 1-0-2. Totals: 17-59 13-19 54.

OLD WESTBURY

Williams 1-0-2, Pentz 3-0-6, Jolly 4-4-12, Gallagher 6-8-22, Scott 5-3-13, Price 4-0-8. Totals: 23-76 15-23 63.

Halftime: Sage, 25-21. Three-point goals: Martin, Houle 5, Vallee, Gallagher 2.

RPI 68, BARD 35

TROY — The Engineers used a 24-2 run in the first half to take control and beat the Raptors in a Liberty League game at East Campus Arena.

RPI is 4-2 in the league and 10-5 overall. Bard slides to 1-7 and 7-10.

Sarah Wetmore led RPI with 16 points and seven rebounds. Ashley Clough contributed 10 points.

For Bard, Tyravia Riley scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.

BARD

Riley 7-1-15, Jones 3-2-8, Fleisher 1-2-4, Freud 2-0-4, Bell 2-0-4. Totals: 15-63 5-8 35.

RPI

Wetmore 6-4-16, Tetault 4-0-8, Lynch 2-4-8, Piotrowski 3-0-6, Rock 1-0-2, Clough 4-1-10, Boucher 3-0-7, Reid 2-0-5, Rimel 2-0-4, Reynolds 1-0-2. Totals: 28-63 9-15 68.

Halftime: RPI, 45-14. Three-point goals: Clough, Boucher, Reid.

SCCC 71, WORD OF LIFE 38

SCHENECTADY — Jordyn Funk produced 20 points and 10 rebounds to lift the Royals over Word of Life.

Monique Pucci scored 18 points to go along with four steals, Emily Tillapaugh scored 12 points and Tierney McGlynn chipped in with 10 assists for the 9-5 Royals. Holly Hempell’s 22 points led Word of Life.

WORD OF LIFE

Barthelomy 0-2-2, Decker 1-0-2, Dejonge 2-1-5, Bleffard 1-0-2, Tuttle 2-1-5, Hempell 11-0-22. Totals: 17-4-38.

SCCC

Pucci 8-1-18, Tillapaugh 5-2-12, Sanboeuf 3-0-7, McGlynn 2-0-6, Murray 3-2-8, Funk 10-0-20. Totals: 29-5-71.

Halftime: SCCC, 37-23. Three-point goals: Pucci, Sanboeuf, McGlynn 2.

HVCC 69, ADIRONDACK CC 52

QUEENSBURY — Schenectady’s Raeshelle Frazier recorded 24 points and 23 rebounds, and Duanesburg’s Samantha Tomeck chipped in with 21 points and 10 rebounds to power the Vikings to their seventh win in 17 starts.

Angelica Smith (Shaker) added 13 points for the Vikings. Adirondack CC fell to 6-8.

HVCC

Creighton 1-0-3, Frazier 9-6-24, LaPietra 1-6-8, Smith 5-3-13, Tomeck 8-5-21. Totals: 24-20-69.

ACC

Graham 2-0-5, LaPlant 2-0-5, Maday 3-0-6, Tecl 7-11-24, McCaughlin 4-0-8, Wilson 2-1-5. Totals: 20-12-53.

Halftime: HVCC, 38-22. Three-point goals: Graham, LaPlant, Creighton.

ACP 65, SUNY-DELHI 54

DELHI — Kelsey Johnson (17), Taylor Sullivan (16) and Allyson Johnson (13) combined for 46 points to spark the Panthers over SUNY-Delhi.

Megan Serley added 10 points for the 9-2 Panthers. Tanya Barnes scored 17 for 10-10 SUNY-Delhi.

ACP

K. Johnson 6-4-17, Sullivan 8-0-16, A. Johnson 6-1-13, Serley 2-6-10, McKeel 2-0-4, Whitton 1-1-3, Schooley 1-0-2. Totals: 26-68 12-14 65.

SUNY-DELHI

Barnes 5-6-17, Soto 5-1-15, Bailey 4-2-10, Beaver 1-6-8, Lambert 1-0-2, Coville 1-0-2. Totals: 17-72 15-22 54.

Halftime: ACP, 36-27. Three-point goals: K. Johnson, Soto 4, Barnes.

 
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