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Mason’s efforts help Union win, 83-63, improve to 4-1

Mason’s efforts help Union win, 83-63, improve to 4-1

Joe Mason’s 21 points, eight rebounds and five assists led the Union College men’s basketball team t

Joe Mason’s 21 points, eight rebounds and five assists led the Union College men’s basketball team to an 83-63 win over SUNY-Cobleskill on Saturday.

Hudson Falls graduate Keven Donohue added 18 points, and Brian DeBisschop scored 11 points for the Dutchmen (4-1).

SUNY-Cobleskill (1-6) got 10 points apiece from Kareem Bernard and Travis Woods.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Bernard 3-1-10, Woods 4-2-10, Mitchell 4-1-9, Tuttle 4-0-9, Marcelin 3-2-8, Hutchinson 2-3-7, Brown 3-0-7, Taitt 1-0-2, Nunez 0-1-1. Totals: 24-10-63.

UNION

Mason 9-0-21, Donohue 5-6-18, DeBisschop 5-1-11, Callies 4-0-8, Winney 2-0-5, Firlotte 2-0-4, Hython 1-2-4, Petrone 1-2-4, Shorey 2-0-4, Croll 1-1-3, Lubowitz 0-1-1. Totals: 32-13-83.

Halftime: Union, 46-26. Three-point goals: Bernard 3, Brown, Tuttle, Mason 3, Donohue 2, Winney.

RPI 92, MCLA 87

TROY — Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute erased a 14-point halftime deficit to win the Tri-State Shootout at the East Campus Arena.

Jamie Zajac led the Engineers (4-3) with 15 points, while Erik Hatton added 12 points and Nick Keefe (Columbia) chipped in with 10.

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (1-3) got 18 points from Bilal Shabazz (Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons), 13 from Vernon Cross (Shaker) and 10 from Richard Johnson. John Jones had 10 points and 10 rebounds.

MCLA

Shabazz 8-2-18, Cross 5-3-13, Jones 2-6-10, Johnson 4-2-10, Bostick 0-2-2, Viches

3-2-9, DelRosario 3-1-8, Suggs 2-3-7, Barbosa 2-0-4, Muller 1-0-3, Turner 1-0-3. Totals: 31-21-87.

RPI

Zajac 4-5-15, Gendron 4-0-11, Martin 3-3-9, Farley 2-3-8, Dugas 2-0-4, Hatton 2-7-12, Keefe 4-2-10, Boeglin 4-0-8, White 2-2-7, Colas 0-4-4, Harrington 1-0-2, Widowski 1-0-2. Totals: 29-26-92.

Halftime: MCLA, 53-39. Three-point goals: Viches, DelRosario, Muller, Turner, Zajac 2, Gendron 3, Farley, Hatton, White.

PACE 64, SAINT ROSE 59

PLEASANTVILLE — Keon Williams scored 23 points for Pace (2-3 NE-10, 4-3 overall), and Jonathan Merceus had a double-double of 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Saint Rose (3-1, 5-1) got 23 points and 18 rebounds from Dominykas Milka. Andre Pope scored 13 points and seven assists, and Dan Mundweiler had 12 points.

SAINT ROSE

Milka 11-1-23, Pope 4-3-13, Mundweiler 4-0-12, Dorgler 2-1-6, Sayre 2-0-4, Thomas 0-1-1. Totals: 23-6-59.

PACE

Williams 8-7-23, Merceus 5-3-13, Primus-Devonish 4-2-11, Vitello 3-0-8, Eismeier 1-0-3, Mann 1-0-3, Smith 1-0-3. Totals: 23-12-64.

Halftime: Pace, 28-27. Three-point goals: Mundweiler 4, Pope 2, Dorgler, Vitello 2, Primus-Devonish, Smith, Mann, Eismeier.

YESHIVA 79, SAGE 73

NEW YORK — Dovie Hoffman scored 25 points to lead Yeshiva (1-1 Skyline, 1-4 overall) to its first win of the season.

Sage (0-1, 3-2) got 16 points from Mason Horne (LaSalle), 15 from Matt Farbotko, 14 from Ryan Sager (Ichabod Crane) and 12 from Troy Nwanna.

SAGE

Stopera 3-0-8, Horne 5-6-16, Nwanna 3-4-12, Farbotko 3-8-15, Sager 5-4-14, Hennep 1-0-2, Hornedo 1-0-2, Ford 2-0-4. Totals: 23-22-73.

YESHIVA

Selevan 1-0-3, Bash 6-2-15, Hoffman 9-4-25, Weissberg 3-4-10, Ritholtz 4-0-10, Rosenthal 1-4-6, Weinstein 2-1-5, Eckmann 2-1-5. Totals: 28-16-79.

Halftime: Yeshiva, 37-36. Three-point goals: Stopera 2, Nwanna 2, Farbotko, Selevan, Bash, Hoffman 3, Ritholtz 2.

SCCC 86, Broome CC 67

BINGHAMTON — Reece Jackson (Schenectady) turned in a double-double of 25 points and 13 rebounds, along with eight blocked shots, to lead Schenectady County CC (5-5) to the win.

Sam Clement (Catholic Central) added 16 points for the Royals. Broome CC (2-9) got 40 points from Ryan McMurray and 14 from Lloyd Founders.

SCCC

O.Brown 1-0-2, Jackson 12-0-25, Gregg 3-1-7, Clement 7-2-16, Kimble 4-0-9, J.Brown 2-0-4, Chambers 1-0-2, Blanchard 4-1-9, Berthiaume 3-0-8. Totals: 37-4-86.

BCC

Johnson 1-0-2, Porham 0-1-1, Stewart 2-0-4, Founders 5-4-14, Dagbie 1-0-2, McMurray 17-2-40, Berry 1-2-4. Totals: 27-8-67.

Halftime: SCCC, 41-32. Three-point goals: Jackson, Kimble, Berthiaume 2, McMurray 4.

HVCC 81, JCC 40

TROY — Hudson Valley CC got 21 points from Jose Reyes (Shenendehowa), 18 from Jeremy Taylor and 14 from Giacomo Giglio (Catholic Central).

Women’s basketball

UNION 73, SUNY-COBLESKILL 42

SCHENECTADY — Kate Thompson scored 15 points, and Shayla Madden (Colonie) added 14 to lead Union (2-3) to the win. Brittney Kenney grabbed 12 rebounds.

Kady Porterfield led SUNY-Cobleskill (1-3) with 11 points.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Porterfield 3-4-11, Anderson 3-0-7, Concepcion 3-1-7, Hauser 3-0-6, Efthimiou 2-1-5, Schiebel 2-0-4, Johnson 1-0-2, Davis 0-1-1. Totals: 17-7-42.

UNION

Thompson 7-1-15, Madden 5-1-14, Schmidt 4-0-8, McDonald 2-0-6, Fisher 2-0-6, Loya 1-4-6, Kenney 0-4-4, Niedzwiecki 0-4-4, Derosier 0-3-3, Granato 1-0-3, Callahan 1-0-2, Erdman 0-1-1, Schmeer 0-1-1. Totals: 23-19-73.

Halftime: Union, 45-19. Three-point goals: Anderson, Madden 3, Fisher 2, McDonald 2, Granato.

AMHERST 64, SKIDMORE 38

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Amherst held the Thoroughbreds to 10 points in the second half to go to 5-0.

Angela Botiba led 2-3 Skidmore with 12 points.

AMHERST

Hardy 6-1-16, Robertson 7-0-14, Voigt 5-0-13, Zwecker 3-0-7, Pritchard 1-2-5, Holness 2-0-4, Crowley 1-0-2, Hassell 1-0-2, Smith 0-1-1. Totals: 26-4-64.

SKIDMORE

Botiba 6-0-12, Scheuerell 3-0-6, Gile 2-0-4, Frederick 1-2-4, DeGregory 1-0-3, Caligaris 1-0-3, Holgate 0-1-1, Watts 1-0-2. Totals: 15-4-36.

Halftime: Amherst, 29-26. Three-point baskets: Voigt 3, Hardy 3, Zwecker, Pritchard, Caligaris, DeGregory.

SAGE 68, PURCHASE 56

ALBANY — Mohonasen High graduate Lea McClain scored 13 points to lead a balanced scoring sheet as the Gators beat the Panthers in a Skyline Conference game.

PURCHASE

Billups 1-1-3, St. Hillaire 2-3-7, Fields 5-5-15, Lindsay 5-7-17, Rupp 1-0-2, Jordan 1-2-4, Daniel 0-3-3, Bullock 0-2-2, Osowiecki 0-3-3. Totals: 15-26-56.

SAGE

McClain 3-7-13, Bowman 1-8-10, Martin 2-0-5, Tironi 3-4-10, Jefferson 4-4-12, Houle 1-0-2, Vallee 2-1-6, Jicha 1-0-2, Race 4-0-8. Totals: 21-24-68.

Halftime: Sage, 38-26. Three-point baskets: Martin, Vallee.

PACE 62, SAINT ROSE 50

PLEASANTVILLE —Brianna Harris and Jessica Scannell both scored 13 points to lead Pace, which led by 17 at the half. Nicole Bini scored 17 points for the Golden Knights.

SAINT ROSE

Bini 6-2-17, Walton 4-0-8, Lesure 1-5-7, Polce 2-2-6, Sanchez 2-0-4, Simmons 2-0-4, O’Shea 0-2-2, Glanzman 1-0-2. Totals: 18-11-50.

PACE

Harris 6-1-13, Scannell 4-4-13, Cleary 3-4-12, Shields 5-2-12, Hackett 3-0-6, Armstrong 1-0-3, Sher 1-1-3. Totals: 23-12-62.

Halftime: Pace, 34-17. Three-point baskets: Bini 3, Cleary 2, Armstrong, Scannell.

SCCC 74, BROOME CC 42

BINGHAMTON — Monique Pucci scored 22 points and had six steals to lead the 5-3 Royals.

Tierney McGlynn added 16 points, and Mallory Dickson finished with 15 for Schenectady.

SCCC

Santoro 1-1-3, Pucci 7-6-22, Tillapaugh 3-0-6, Sanboeuf 3-3-9, McGlynn 7-0-16, Murray 1-1-3, Dickson 6-2-15. Totals: 23-13-74.

BROOME CC

Mullens 1-1-3, Celiberti 3-0-8, Gregory 0-1-1, Phiere 5-2-12, Marshall 3-5-13, Conway 1-0-3, Rwandakwambi 1-0-2. Totals: 14-9-42.

Halftime: Schenectady CCC, 47-19. Three-point baskets: Pucci 2, McGlynn 2, Dickson, Ciliberti 2, Marshall 2, Conway.

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