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High school basketball roundup

High school basketball roundup

A roundup of weekend basketball games.

Boys

Dylan Toscano’s three-point basket with four seconds left capped a big fourth-quarter rally and gave Mayfield a 45-44 win over Mekeel Christian Academy Saturday in a non-league game matching Western Athletic Conference teams.

Mayfield went on a 20-5, fourth-quarter run, with Toscano nailing his fourth three-pointer to finish it.

Toscano paced Mayfield (2-1) with 19 points, and Ryan Van Nostrand added nine. Caleb Stewart paced Mekeel with 16 points and Spencer Bath had 12, all on three-point shots.

Mike Cannizzo clicked for 22 points, and defending Section II Class B champion Mechanicville opened its season with a 61-58 non-league win over Stillwater.

Sal Cimino added 10 points for the Red Raiders, who rallied from a 34-27 halftime deficit. John Hoin scored 17 points for the Warriors, Robery Stickney had 13 and Shawn McNeil had 12.

All-state guard Joey Lufkin sank six threes in a 35-point effort, and Del Pryce scored 20 points to lift Argyle past Hoosick Falls, 65-47.

Will Turner scored 13 points, Ryan Derby scored 11, and Zac Nowak contributed nine points and seven rebounds as host Fonda-Fultonville won its second game at the Colonial-Foothills Challenge, 44-37, over Broadalbin-Perth.

Andre Taylor scored 11 for the Patriots.

Johnstown got 16 points from Ricky Mitchell, and evened its Col­onial-Foothills Challenge record with a 63-39 victory over Cobleskill-Richmondville.

Jerry Groom and Mike Everest scored 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the Sir Bills.

Jack Morrow hit seven three-point baskets and totaled 24 points, John Moutopoulos had 20 points, and Albany Academy won for the second time at its tournament, 78-64, over Kingston. Green Tech beat Lansingburgh in the other contest, 96-34.

Sophomore Josh Orton piled up 32 points, eight rebounds and four steals, and Waterford-Halfmoon coasted past Galway, 55-29, in the consolation game of the Greenwich Tournament.

Girls

Emily Parslow scored 18 points to earn the most valuable player award and lift Fonda-Fultonville past Canajoharie, 57-43, in the championship game of the Cougars’ tip-off tournament.

Emily Frollo landed a spot on the all-tournament team after a nine-point, five-rebound effort, and Jeananna Warner had 11 points and 11 boards for the Lady Braves. Kara Schwab topped Canajoharie with nine points.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo and host Fort Plain both completed two-game sweeps at the Section II-III Shooutout, with the Bulldogs topping Herkimer, 51-28, and the Hilltoppers beating Poland, 37-23.

Liz Harvey scored 16 of her 21 points in the opening half as Berne-Knox-Westerlo built a 30-16 advantage, Mary Salo worked for 12 points and 18 rebounds, and Sarah Abbott added 11 points.

Harvey, who led Section II in scoring last season, hit for 30 points in Friday’s 50-34 win against Poland.

Haley Kilmartin had 15 points, 13 rebounds and five steals, and Abby Boyer had 11 points and 12 rebounds in Fort Plain’s win over Poland. Allehah Van Loan also had five steals to go with four assists.

Nikari Carota scored 16 points, and Kelly McLaughlin had 13 points and nine rebounds as Queensbury beat New Hartford, 60-34, as part of the Coaches vs. Cancer Shootout.

Aisling McAllister had seven rebounds and five steals for the Spartans, and Aleya Rodriguez also had five steals.

Alexis Smith netted 20 points, Kasey O’Brien fired in 17, and South Glens Falls pulled away in the second half to beat Schenectady, 56-28, in a non-league game. Jazze Lewis scored 11 for the Lady Patriots.

Emia Willingham-Hurst scored 26 points and snared nine rebounds, Ariel Greer delivered 14 points and Melissa Canto had 10 as Albany downed Kingston, 67-45.

BOYS

NON-LEAGUE

MAYFIELD 45, MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 44

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Penson 3-1-7, Stewart 4-5-16, Bath 4-0-12, Aheri 2-2-7, Newman 1-0-2. Totals: 14-8-44.

MAYFIELD

Toscano 6-3-19, Smith 1-2-4, Palmer 2-0-4, L. Van Nostrand 2-3-7, Hennessey 4-0-9, Gallup 1-0-2. Totals: 16-8-45.

Mekeel 14 7 18  5 — 44

Mayfield  7 7 11 20 — 45

Three-point goals: Stewart 3, Bath 4, Aheri, Toscano 4, Hennessey.

MECHANICVILLE 61, STILLWATER 58

STILLWATER

Hoin 4-6-17, McNeil 4-2-12, Stickney 3-6-13, Hill 3-0-8, Baldwin 1-0-2, Gazzelli 1-2-5, McMurray 0-1-1. Totals: 16-16-58.

MECHANICVILLE

A. Dunn 2-4-9, Hatalsky 2-4-8, S. Dunn 2-0-4, Cannizzo 8-2-22, Cimino 3-2-10, Dumas 2-4-8. Totals: 19-16-61.

Stillwater 13 21  9 15 — 58

Mechanicville  9 18 16 18 — 61

Three-point goals: Hoin 3, McNeil 2, Stickney, Hill 2, Gazzelli, A. Dunn 2, Cannizzo 4, Cimino 2.

ARGYLE 65, HOOSICK FALLS 47

ARGYLE

Lufkin 14-1-35, Liddle 2-0-5, B. Schmaler 2-0-5, Pryce 8-4-20, Bristol 0-0-0. Totals: 26-5-65.

HOOSICK FALLS

LaCroix 1-2-4, Hoag 2-0-6, Baker 6-0-12, Tatunjian 3-2-9, Brewster 1-0-2, Whitman 2-0-6, Bird 1-0-2, E. Phillips 1-0-2, Pitt 1-2-4. Totals: 18-6-47.

Argyle 16  9 19 21 — 65

Hoosick Falls 13 10 13 11 — 47

Three-point goals: Lufkin 6, Liddle, B. Schmaler, Hoag 2, Tatunjian, Whitman.

COLONIAL-FOOTHILLS CHALLANGE

(At Fonda-Fultonville)

FONDA-FULTONVILLE 44, BROADALBIN-PERTH 37

FONDA-FULTONVILLE

Sammons 0-2-2, Calkins 0-3-3, Valachovic 1-0-2, Madore 1-1-3, Derby 3-4-11, Ives 0-1-1, Turner 5-1-13, Nowak 3-3-9. Totals: 13-15-44.

BROADALBIN-PERTH

Magliocca 1-0-2, A. Taylor 5-1-11, Bellandi 3-4-10, P. Taylor 1-3-5, Bochenek 2-0-4, Natoli 2-1-5. Totals: 14-9-37.

Fonda-Fultonville 8 15 12  9 — 44

Broadalbin-Perth 8  9 10 10 — 37

Three-point goals: Derby, Turner 2.

JOHNSTOWN 63, COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE 39

JOHNSTOWN

Szurek 1-0-2, Auty 0-4-4, Vazquez 2-0-4, Everest 5-0-011, Heroth 1-0-2, Groom 5-0-12, Mitchell 6-1-16, Caputo 2-0-4, Bien-Aime 1-0-2. Totals: 24-9-63.

COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE

Prewan 4-1-10, Bernard 3-0-9, Van Valkenburg 1-0-2, Koebelle 1-4-7, Romain 3-2-9, Minne 0-1-1, Baulet 0-1-1. Totals: 12-9-39.

Johnstown 13 21 16 13 — 63

Cobleskill-Rich.  7 13  5 14 — 39

Three-point goals:Everest, Groom 2, Mitchell 3, Prewan, Bernard 3, Koebelle, Romain.

GREENWICH TOURNAMENT

Consolation

WATERFORD-HALFMOON 55, GALWAY 29

WATERFORD-HALFMOON

Anderson 4-0-10, Matin 1-0-3, Gardner 1-0-2, Duffney 2-0-4, Orton 14-0-32, Jones 2-0-4. Totals: 24-0-55.

GALWAY

Ceroalo 2-2-7, Diaz 2-3-7, Gregory 2-1-5, Goergen 2-0-4, Williams 1-0-2, Bogwell 1-2-4. Totals: 10-8-29.

W-H 26 10 11  8 — 55

Galway  2 12  1 14 — 29

Three-point goals: Anderson 2, Matin, Orton 4, Ceroalo.

SARATOGA CATHOLIC TOURNAMENT

Consolation

SCHOHARIE 76, SARATOGA CATHOLIC 73 (OT)

SCHOHARIE

Kaycer 2-0-5, Brown 9-1-21, Hausman 1-0-3, O’Neil 2-0-4, Botman 7-3-18, Stone 4-0-11, Sackett 5-0-14. Totals: 30-4-76.

SARATOGA CATHOLIC

Naughton 3-1-7, Murphy 4-7-15, Hall 6-5-17, Czarnecki 7-2-16, Coons 3-4-12, Spicer 0-1-1, Winters 1-0-2, Van Patten 0-3-3. Totals: 24-23-73.

Schoharie 17 16 16 18 9 — 76

Saratoga Catholic  7 16 14 28 6 — 73

Three-point goals: Kaycer, Brown 2, Hausman, Botman, Stone 3, Sackett 4, Coons 2.

ALBANY ACADEMY TOURNAMENT

ALBANY ACADEMY 78, KINGSTON 64

KINGSTON

DeCicco 4-3-15, Dorian 3-2-8, Mapes 2-2-6, Monroe 2-5-9, Riddick 3-1-10, Robinson 3-1-7, Short 3-0-9. Totals: 20-14-64.

ALBANY ACADEMY

Morrow 8-1-24, Moutopoulos 5-8-20, Pierre 1-2-4, Donohue 1-6-8, Flaherty 2-3-8, Jackson 1-1-3, Jerome 3-1-9, Knezovic 1-0-2. Totals: 22-22-78.

Kingston 13 21 17 13 — 64

Albany Academy 13 18 18 29 — 78

Three-point goals: DeCicco 4, Riddick 3, Short 3, Morrow 7, Moutopoulos 2, Flaherty, Jerome 2.

GIRLS

CANAJOHARIE TOURNAMENT

Championship

FONDA-FULTONVILLE 57, CANAJOHARIE 43

FONDA-FULTONVILLE

Parslow 8-0-18, Frollo 4-0-9, Egelston 1-2-5, Derby 3-0-6, Warner 4-3-11, Wetski 4-0-8. Totals: 24-5-57.

CANAJOHARIE

Dearwesta 2-0-4, Vedder 2-0-4, Schwab 4-0-9, Balfe 2-1-7, Rockwell 1-0-3, Kane 3-0-8, Bowerman 2-0-4, Dillenbeck 2-0-4. Totals: 18-1-43.

F-F 16 17 14 10 — 57

Canajoharie  8 11 15  9 — 43

Three-point goals: Parslow 2, Frollo, Egelston, Schwab, Balfe 2, Rockwell, Kane 2.

COACHES VS. CANCER SHOOTOUT

QUEENSBURY 60, NEW HARTFORD 34

NEW HARTFORD

Jackson 2-0-4, Zalewski 2-1-6, Alvanos 0-2-2, Acquaviva 1-0-2, Scarafile 1-2-4, DelGenio 3-9-15, Hay 0-1-1. Totals: 9-15-34.

QUEENSBURY

Davis 2-1-5, Hurley 1-0-2, McLaughlin 4-5-13, Shevlin 3-0-7, Nelson 2-0-5, L. Rodriguez 1-2-4, O’Connor 0-2-2, Carota 5-6-16, McAllister 1-2-4, A. Rodriguez 1-0-2. Totals: 20-18-60.

New Hartford 21 13 — 34

Queensbury 33 27 — 60

Three-point goals: Zalewski, Shevlin, Nelson.

SECTION II-III SHOOTOUT

(At Fort Plain)

BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 51, HERKIMER 28

HERKIMER

Delude 1-0-2, Avery 3-2-8, Parks 2-0-4, Jory 3-0-6, Travis 1-0-2, Pine 2-2-6. Totals: 12-4-28.

BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO

McCormick 2-1-5, Abbott 5-0-11, Harvey 8-3-21, Cunningham 1-0-2, Salo 6-0-12. Totals: 22-4-51.

Herkimer 12  4  8 4 — 28

B-K-W 20 10 14 7 — 51

Three-point goals: Abbott, Harvey 2.

FORT PLAIN 37, POLAND 23

POLAND

Sullivan 2-3-7, Morrison 3-2-8, Gipe 2-0-4, Darrow 2-0-4, Backus 0-0-0. Totals: 9-5-23.

FORT PLAIN

Van Loan 1-0-2, Kilmartin 3-8-15, Boyer 5-1-11, Florian 1-0-2, Barnhydt 2-3-7. Totals: 12-12-37.

Poland 4  6 9  4 — 23

Fort Plain 9 14 4 10 — 37

Three-point goals: Kilmartin.

NON-LEAGUE

SOUTH GLENS FALLS 56, SCHENECTADY 28

SOUTH GLENS FALLS

Celeste 2-0-6, Coon 2-1-5, Higgins 3-1-7, O’Brien 7-0-17, Potter 0-1-1, Smith 9-2-20. Totals: 23-5-56.

SCHENECTADY

Lewis 3-2-11, Rodriguez 2-0-4, Cas. Semerad 3-1-7, Cay. Semerad 2-1-6. Totals: 10-4-28.

South Glens Falls 15 8 16 17 — 56

Schenectady 10 9  6  3 — 28

Three-point goals: Celeste 2, O’Brien 3, Lewis 3, Cay. Semerad.

FRIDAY

NON-LEAGUE

MECHANICVILLE 47, SCHUYLERVILLE 23

SCHUYLERVILLE

Follos 0-3-3, Liptak 1-4-7, Clute 0-1-1, Benz 1-0-3, Woodcock 2-5-9. Totals: 4-13-23.

MECHANICVILLE

Bazar 3-1-7, DeMarco 1-0-2, K. Pingelski 2-0-5, Au. Zecca 5-3-14, Al. Zecca 2-0-4, Maloney 1-2-4, C. Pingelski 2-0-4, Ford 2-1-5, Hansen 1-0-2. Totals: 19-7-47.

Schuylerville 0  6  8 9 — 23

Mechanicville 9 14 17 7 — 47

Three-point goals: Liptak, Benz, K. Pingelski, Au. Zecca.

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