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RPI forces turnovers, clips Pioneers, 77-67

RPI forces turnovers, clips Pioneers, 77-67

Senior Sarah Wetmore poured in 24 points to help Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute defeat host Utica

Senior Sarah Wetmore poured in 24 points to help Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute defeat host Utica College, 77-67, in a non-conference women’s basketball game at the Clark Athletic Gymnasium Tuesday night.

Although the Pioneers shot 52.8 percent from the floor, the 4-1 Eng­ineers forced 21 Utica turnovers, leading to 27 points.

Jen Rock and Kelly Piotrowski added 14 and 13 points, respectively, for the Engineers, who have won three straight.

Meghan Fiore netted 28 points on 13-for-17 shooting from the floor, and Bridget Greenwald contributed 16 points for Utica.

RPI

Wetmore 9-3-24, Rock 7-0-14, Piotrowski 3-6-13, Tetrault 4-0-8, Lynch 3-0-6, Reynolds 3-0-8, Reid 1-0-2, Osepa 1-0-2. Totals: 31-68 9-10 77.

UTICA

Fiore 13-2-28, Greenwald 6-4-16, Filkins 1-0-3, Baudanza 0-2-2, Miceli 6-1-14, Stayer 1-0-2, Edmonds 1-0-2. Totals: 28-53 9-18 67.

Halftime: RPI, 38-31. Three-point goals: Wetmore 3, Piotrowsk, Reynolds 2, Filkins, Miceli.

SUNY-DELHI 69, SCCC 62

DELHI — Jackie Bailey, Shania Vandermark and Tanya Barnes combined for 52 points to lead SUNY-Delhi over the Royals in a Region III game.

Bailey finished with 18 points for the 3-3, 4-3 winners.

SCCC (2-3, 3-3) was led by Tierney McGlynn with 14 points.

SCCC

Santoro 3-0-7, Tucci 3-0-9, Tillapaugh 4-1-9, Sanbeoux 2-1-5, McGlynn 6-2-14, Murray 1-6-8. Totals: 18-10-62.

DELHI

Soto 2-1-5, Vandermarkk 8-1-17, Bailey 7-3-18, Covelle 2-0-4, Barnes 6-4-17, Lambert 1-0-2, Beaver 3-0-6. Totals: 29-6-69.

Halftime: Delhi, 31-28. Three-point goals: Santoro, Tucci 3, Sanbeoux, Bailey, Barnes.

SUNY-CANTON 72, SUNY-COBLESKILL 68 (2OT)

COBLESKILL — Joelle Percy popped in 18 points to lead four double-digit scorers as SUNY-Canton topped the Fighting Tigers at Iorio Gymnasium in double overtime.

Alicia Uhlein (12), Kaitlin Myers (11) and Karyss Terrance (10) also scored in twin figures for SUNY-Canton (3-2).

SUNY-Cobleskill (3-2) was paced by Carolina Concepcion with 23 points, Kady Porterfield with 17 and Alexis Hauser with 14.

SUNY-CANTON

Percy 5-3-18, Uhlein 5-2-12, Myers 3-4-11, Terrance 4-2-10, Riegel 3-2-8, Sayer 2-2-6, Morrow 1-1-3, Merritt 1-0-2, Crump 1-0-2. Totals: 25-77 16-26 72.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Concepcion 8-4-23, Porterfield 5-7-17, Hauser 7-0-14, Schiebel 3-2-8, Davenport 1-2-4, Anderson 1-0-2. Totals: 25-74 15-21 68.

Halftime: SUNY-Cobleskill, 28-20. Reg­ulation: SUNY-Cobleskill 53, SUNY-Canton 53. First OT: SUNY-Cobleskill 59, SUNY-Canton 59. Three-point goals: Percy 5, Myers, Concepcion 3.

CAYUGA CC 59, HVCC 53

CAYUGA — Despite 23 points and 20 rebounds from Schenectady’s Rashelle Frasier, the Vikings lost to Cayuga CC.

Samantha Tomeck of Duanesburg added 14 points, and Catholic Central graduate Ashley Creighton contributed 12 rebounds for the 2-4 Vikings.

ELMIRA 65, SAGE 53

ELMIRA — Jessica Zoltowski and Maria Thannhauser each recorded 22 points as the Soaring Eagles cruised past the Gators.

Zoltowski also grabbed 15 rebounds for Elmira, which evened its record at 2-2.

Sage (0-4) was paced by Chelsea Martin with 14 points and Sara Tir­oni with 13 points and 14 rebounds.

SAGE

Martin 6-0-14, Tironi 6-1-13, Jefferson 3-2-8, McClain 2-2-7, Vallee 2-1-6, Leslie 1-0-3, Race 1-0-2. Totals: 21-60 6-6 53.

ELIMIRA

Zoltowski 8-4-22, Thannhauser 6-9-22, Forrest 2-0-4, Loya 2-0-4, Balara 0-1-1, Geisler 1-3-5, Black 1-2-4, Pochkar 1-1-3. Totals: 21-57 20-32 65.

Halftime: Elmira, 28-27. Three-point goals: Martin 2, McClain, Vallee, Leslie, Zoltowski 2, Thannhauser.

Men

WILLIAMS 105, RPI 60

TROY — The 24th-ranked Ephs shot a blistering 69.2 percent from the floor in the first half and 58 percent for the game to improve to 5-0.

Taylor Epley connected for 26 points to lead Williams, which also got double-figure scoring from James Klemm (14), Michael Mayer (12 points, 13 rebounds), Sean Hoffmann (12) and Ryan Kilcullen (11). The Ephs also made eight of 16 shots from three-point range.

RPI (2-3) was led by Brendan Farley with nine points.

WILLIAMS

Epley 10-5-26, Klemm 5-0-14, Mayer 5-2-12, Wohl 3-0-7, Robertson 2-2-6, Hoffmann 5-2-12, Kilcullen 3-4-11, Weinheimer 2-2-6, McClelland 2-0-5, McCreary 1-0-2, Harrell 1-0-2, Fllynn 1-0-2. Totals: 40-69 17-20 105.

RPI

Farley 3-0-9, Martin 2-3-7, Gendron 2-0-6, Zajac 0-3-3, Dempsey 1-0-2, Hatton 3-1-8, Keefe 3-0-6, Boeglin 3-0-6, Gold-Pastor 2-0-5, White 2-0-4, Cardenas 1-1-3, Dugan 0-1-1. Totals: 22-85 9-15 60.

Halftime: Williams, 67-32. Three-point goals: Epley, Klemm 4, Wohl, Kilcullen, McClelland, Farley 3, Gendron 2, Hatton, Gold-Pastor.

OSWEGO STATE 80, SUNY-COBLESKILL 70

COBLESKILL — Hayden Ward tossed in 24 points, and Chris Gilkes and Sean Michele combined for 31 more to propel the Lakers over the Fighting Tigers at Iorio Gymnasium.

The 4-0 Lakers rallied from a 37-34 halftime deficit and shot 55.6 percent from the floor.

Alexis Nunez paced four double-figure scorers for the 1-5 Fighting Tigers. Kareem Bernard (14), Tyrone Mitchell (12) and Travis Woods (12) also scored in twin figures.

OSWEGO STATE

Gilkes 6-3-16, Mirabito 1-0-3, Michele 5-3-15, Ward 10-3-24, Nollet 1-0-2, McLaurin 3-0-6, Rawa 3-0-8, Powell 1-3-6. Totals: 30-54 12-57 80.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Nunez 6-3-16, Mitchell 5-2-12, Davis 2-0-4, Jeffres 1-2-4, Marcelin 3-2-8, Bernard 5-0-14, Woods 6-0-12. Toatls: 28-46 9-17 70.

Halftime: SUNY-Cobleskill, 37-34. Three-point goals: Gilkes, Mirabito, Michele 2, Ward, Rawa 2, Powell, Nunez, Bernard 4.

ACP 85, GREEN MOUNTAIN 82

ALBANY — Casey Redfern poured in 22 points, and Steven Brown netted 20 as the Panthers won for the fourth time in five games.

Joe Britt and Ryan McVaigh added 13 and 10 points, respectively, for the Panthers.

Green Mountain (1-3) was led by Cornelius Green with 17.

GREEN MOUNTAIN

Green 7-3-17, Ales 5-0-12, Wiggins 5-1-11, Mundell 4-1-11, Strong 3-3-10, Speights 3-2-9, Tolanld 3-0-7, Aponte 2-1-5. Totals: 32-82 11-21 82.

ACP

Redfern 7-6-22, Brown 6-8-20, Britt 6-1-13, McVaigh 4-0-10, Tremblay 3-3-9, Okafor 2-0-4, Henderson 1-2-4, Beyer 1-0-3. Totals: 30-67 20-32 85.

Halftime: ACP, 40-34. Three-point goals: Ales 2, Mundell 2, Speights, Toland, Strong, Redfern 2, McVaigh 2, Byer.

HVCC 71, CAYUGA CC 62

CAYUGA — Brandon Dean scored 14 points, and Shenendehowa graduate Jose Reyes added 13 as the Vikings improved to 6-3.

Richard Williams came off the bench and added nine points and 13 rebounds, including 11 rebounds and seven points in the second half for the Vikings.

HVCC

Dean 5-2-14, Kruzinski 3-4-12, Reyes 5-1-13, Taylor 3-5-11, Giglio 1-0-3, Monson 1-0-2, Williams 4-1-9. Totals: 22-13-71.

CAYUGA CC

Holmes 2-1-6, Irving 3-2-9, Staton 1-2-4, Donerson 1-0-2, Rufus 0-2-2, Byrd 1-0-2, Donalson 6-1-13, Nogby 1-0-2, Holley 6-4-16, Shaw 2-2-6. Totals: 23-14-62.

Halftime: HVCC, 32-25. Three-point goals: Holmes, Iving, Dean 2, Kruzinski 2, Reyes 2, Giglio.

SUNY-DELHI 54, SCCC 43

DELHI — Aris Nehnetay scored 11 points as unbeaten Delhi (10-0) pulled away from a two-point halftime advantage to beat the Royals.

Schenectady’s Reece Jackson scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the 4-5 Royals.

SCCC

Brown 1-0-2, Jackson 4-7-16, Gregg 3-5-11, Clement 2-1-5, Kemble 1-0-2, Brown 0-1-1, Mitchum 0-1-1, Blanchard 2-1-5. Totals: 13-16-43.

DELHI

Simmons 2-0-5, Campbell 1-1-4, Pierre 1-1-3, Nicholson 1-5-7, Batch 4-1-9, Nehnetay 4-2-11, Scott 3-0-7, Toute 3-0-6, Miller 1-0-2. Totals: 20-10-54.

Halftime: Delhi, 32-30. Three-point goals: Jackson, Simmons, Campell, Nehnetay, Scott.

SAGE 51, BARD 48

ALBANY — Mason Horne connected for 17 points, and Matt Farbotko added 11 as the Gators edged the Raptors.

The Gators improved to 3-1. Bard (1-1) was led by Frank Stortini with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

BARD

Powell 2-4-8, Stortini 4-1-10, Burnette 2-3-7, McNaughton 1-0-2, Arnstein 3-0-8, Lichtenstein 2-2-7, Kane 2-0-5, Atuk 0-1-1. Totals: 16-44 11-15 48.

SAGE

Stopera 3-3-9, Horne 6-5-17, Nwanna 1-3-5, Farbotko 3-5-11, Sager 2-3-7, Hornedo 1-0-2. Totals: 16-48 19-30 51.

Halftime: Sage, 24-23. Three-point goals: Stortini, Arnstein 2, Lichtenstein, Kane.

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