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Area colleges: Union basketball team wins consolation game

Area colleges: Union basketball team wins consolation game

Joe Mason scored 25 points, and Hudson Falls graduate Keven Donohue had a double-double of 13 points

CLINTON — Joe Mason scored 25 points, and Hudson Falls graduate Keven Donohue had a double-double of 13 points and 11 rebounds to lead Union College (2-1) to an 86-69 men’s basketball win over Utica College at the Hamilton College Tournament on Sunday afternoon.

Evan Croll chipped in with 12 points, and Terell Winney (Scotia-Glenville) had 11 points.

Utica (1-2) was led by Aaron Nevins and Connor Maisch with 14 points apiece. Jeff Ward added 11 points, Matt Baldwin (Gloversville) had 10 points, and Chris Jeffers (Bishop Maginn) grabbed 10 rebounds.

UTICA

Baldwin 3-1-10, Nevins 6-2-14, Jeffers 3-2-8, Ward 4-3-11, Maisch 5-2-14, Nanton 1-1-3, Richardson 1-0-2, Lewis 2-0-4, Mark Felicia 0-1-1, Marty Felicia 1-0-2. Totals: 26-12-69.

UNION

Callis 0-2-2, Croll 5-0-12, Mason 11-0-25, Shorey 3-2-8, Donohue 5-2-13, Petrone 0-2-2, Winney 5-0-11, Whelpley 1-0-2, DeBisschop 4-0-8, Firlotte 1-0-3. Totals: 35-8-86.

Halftime: Union 46, Utica 33. Three-point goals: Baldwin 3, Maisch 2, Croll 2, Mason 3, Donohue, Winney, Firlotte.

RPI 102, BERKELEY 85

TROY — In just 16 minutes of action, Jamie Zajac tied his career high with 28 points for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2-2), hitting six of his eight three-pointers.

The Engineers hit 16 threes to Berkeley’s one.

Bendan Farley and Nick Keefe (Columbia) both scored 11 points in the win, while Brian Hatcher added 10.

Berkeley (2-2) got 28 points from Kaseem Williams. Jose Stable had 25 points and 16 rebounds, and Elijah Craig had 10 points and 11

rebounds. Danzel Whyte grabbed 15 boards as the Knights outbrounded RPI, 70-58.

BERKELEY

Williams 10-7-28, Stable 9-7-25, Bovell 4-0-8, Whyte 2-2-6, Guzman 1-0-2, Craig 4-2-10, Collins 3-0-6. Totals: 33-18-85.

RPI

Zajac 9-4-28, Farley 3-4-11, Martin 3-1-7, Gendron 2-0-6, Dempsey 1-2-4, Keefe 2-5-11, Hatcher 4-0-10, Harrington 2-2-8, Fiala 3-0-7, White 2-1-5, Hatton 1-1-3, Boeglin 1-0-2.

Totals: 33-20-102.

Halftime: RPI 50, Berkeley 43. Three-point goals: Williams, Zajac 6, Farley, Gendron 2, Keefe 2, Hatcher 2, Harrington 2, Fiala.

OTTERBEIN 94,

SUNY-COBLESKILL 75

ROCHESTER — Zach Bakenhaster scored 24 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Otterbein University (2-2) in the con-solation game of the UR Holiday Inn Airport Tournament.

Max Van Meter added 14 points and 10 rebounds.

SUNY-Cobleskill (1-4) was led by Will Davis with 14 points, while Tyrone Mitchell added 11 and Jack Jeffres had 10.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Nunez 1-6-8, Mitchell 1-9-11, Davis 4-4-14, Jeffres 4-2-10, Woods 3-0-6, Otero 1-0-2, Taitt 0-2-2, Brown 4-0-9, Bernard 3-0-8, Marcelin 2-1-5. Totals: 23-24-75.

OTTERBEIN

Yazrombek 5-3-13, McCollister 1-1-4, Echelberry 3-0-9, Van Meter 3-8-14, Bakenhaster 9-6-24, Dicke 0-3-3, Waterwash 3-0-8, Juergens 2-2-6, Julian 1-2-5, Gessner 2-0-4, Parsons 1-0-2, Finnegan 1-0-2. Totals: 31-25-94.

Halftime: Otterbein 44, SUNY-Cobleskill 31. Three-point goals: Davis 2, Brown, Bernard 2, McCollister, Echelberry 3, Waterwash 2, Julian.

Women’s basketball

St. John Fisher 67, Union 55

PITTSFORD — Camaryn Buckner turned in a double-double of 20 points and 10 rebounds for St. John Fisher (2-3) in the Fisher’s Woodcliffe Hotel & Spa Invitational. She also had six blocked shots, and Portia Velasco added 23 points for the victors.

Union (1-2) got 16 points and 11 rebounds from Brittney Kenney. Kate Thompson added 12 points, and Colonie graduate Shayla Madden added 11 points.

UNION

Loya 2-0-4, Kenney 3-9-16, Madden 3-5-11, Thompson 4-4-12, Granato 1-1-4, Derosier 1-1-3, Niedzwiecki 1-0-2, Schmidt 1-1-3. Totals: 16-21-55.

ST. JOHN FISHER

Velasco 10-3-23, Seavitt 1-4-7, Buckner 6-6-20, Hanson 0-2-2, Cusack 2-0-6, Walsh 2-1-5, Pope 2-0-4. Totals: 23-16-67.

Halftime: St. John Fisher 33, Union 32. Three-point goals: Kenney, Granato, Seavitt, Buckner 2, Cusack 2.

RPI 66, Smith 63

TROY — Sarah Wetmore’s 13 points and nine rebounds led a balanced attach in a comeback effort for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (3-1). Her steal and basket gave RPI a 65-61 lead late.

Amanda Lynch added 11 points, and Jen Rock finished with 10 points and six assists.

Smith College (2-1) led at the half, 39-33. The Pioneers got 16 points from Bethany Claps, 11 apiece from Devon Quattrocchi and Sydney Parkmond, and 10 rebounds from Rosa Drummond.

SMITH

Quattrocchi 5-0-11, Parkmond 5-1-11, Solis 4-0-9, Drummond 2-2-7, Zakoske 2-3-7, Claps 7-2-16, Munoz-Ruiz 1-0-2. Totals: 26-8-63.

RPI

Wetmore 6-1-13, Lynch 4-3-11, Rock 2-6-10, Clough 3-2-9, Tetrault 3-0-6, Reynolds 3-2-9, Reid 3-0-8. Totals: 24-14-66.

Halftime: Smith 39, RPI 33. Three-point goals: Quattrocchi, Solis, Drummond, Clough, Reynolds, Reid 2.

Men’s hockey

Skidmore 3, Morrisville 2

SARATOGA SPRINGS — A pair of third-period power-play goals helped the Thoroughbreds to a win in the consolation game of the Skidmore Invitational.

Zach Menard factored in every goal for the Thoroughbreds (4-2-2), scoring twice and assisting on a tally by Tony Giacin.

Nazareth beat Curry College in the championship game, 4-2.

Morrisville 0 1 1 — 2

Skidmore 0 0 3 — 3

First Period — No scoring. Penalties — Beer, Mor (interference), 9:45; Beer, Mor (elbowing), 19:07.

Second Period — 1, Morrisville, Avery 1 (Beer, Dol), 11:52 (pp). Penalties — Park, Skd (tripping), 1:49; Baker, Mor (cross-checking), 3:00; Chaput, Mor (cross-checking), 5:56; Lewis, Skd (holding), 10:15; Even, Skd (tripping), 15:13.

Third Period — 2, Skidmore, Menard 3 (Malakorn, Even), 2:35. 3, Skidmore, Giacin 2 (Menard, Schuler), 5:14 (pp). 4, Morrisville, Markowitz 3 (Avery, Jarvis), 14:11. 5, Skidmore, Menard 4 (Giacin, Colvin), 15:50 (pp). Penalties — Markowitz, Mor (tripping), 5:08; Rogers, Mor (cross-checking), 15:35.

Shots on goal — Morrisville 10-10-10 — 30. Skidmore 9-10-15 — 34.

Power-play opportunities — Morrisville 1 of 3; Skidmore 2 of 6.

Goalies — Morrisville, Rasmussen 0-6-0 (34 shots-31 saves). Skidmore, Freiberg (10-10); Cray 1-1-0 (20-18).

A — 120. T — 1:58.

Referees — Peter Kirk, Jay Murphy. Linesman — John Smith.

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