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Mekeel Academy rallies past Mayfield

Mekeel Academy rallies past Mayfield

Caleb Stewart and Marquan Newman combined for all 22 of Mekeel Christian Academy’s second-quarter po

Caleb Stewart and Marquan Newman combined for all 22 of Mekeel Christian Academy’s second-quarter points, and the Lions dominated the second half in a 65-40 non-league basketball win over Mayfield Wednesday night.

Stewart scored 15 of his 29 points and Newman netted seven of his season-high 13 in a 22-4 second-quarter surge as the Lions erased a 19-7 deficit. Newman, a sophomore, provided a lift coming off the bench.

Mekeel (10-2) outscored Mayfield (7-7) in the third quarter, 18-9, and in the fourth, 18-8, to seal its 10th consecutive victory.

Ryan Hennessy led Mayfield with 14 points.

Connor Brown scored 26 points and was one of eight Schoharie players to deliver from three-point range in a 70-50 non-league win over St. Johnsville.

James Sacket scored 14 points and Evan Ottman had 10 for the Indians. Alex Hart led the Saints with 13 points, Johnny Vicciarelli had 11, and Ricky Jasewicz and Kyle Smith both added 10.

Girls

Rachel Emery scored a season-high 15 points on five three-pointers, and Loudonville pulled away in the second half for a 41-22 Central Hudson Valley League win over Berlin.

Cassidy Allen had 14 points and 11 rebounds for Loudonville Christian, and Melissa Deeb snared 15 rebounds. Maggie Gordon paced Berlin with 13 points.

Waterford-Halfmoon went to 12-0 in the CHVL (12-2 overall) with a 65-9 win over Doane Stuart. Carly Brazil scored 11 points for the Fordians.

Emily Padalino fired in 12 of her 14 points in the first half, and Albany Academy defeated Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons, 49-20, in a non-league game.

Cassia Gravesande had 12 points for the Bears. Paris Jarrell topped the Golden Knights with 14.

BOYS

NON-LEAGUE

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 65, MAYFIELD 40

MAYFIELD

Toscano 2-4-9, Gallup 2-0-6, Sweeney 2-0-4, Van Nostrand 3-0-6, Hennessy 6-2-14, Ringer 0-1-1. Totals: 15-7-40.

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Penson 1-1-4, Bath 1-0-2, Alteri 3-0-6, Moore 1-0-2, Sexton 1-0-3, Miller 1-0-2, Senthil 2-0-4, Stewart 11-3-29, Newman 6-1-13. Totals: 27-5-65.

Mayfield 19  4  9  8 — 40

Mekeel  7 22 18 18 — 65

Three-point goals: Toscano, Gallup 2, Penson, Sexton, Stewart 4.

SCHOHARIE 70, ST. JOHNSVILLE 50

SCHOHARIE

Brown 12-1-26, Keyser 1-0-3, Smida 1-0-3, Hausmann 1-0-3, O’Neil 1-0-3, Ottman 3-3-10, Stone 3-0-9, Sacket 4-3-14. Totals: 26-7-70.

ST. JOHNSVILLE

Vicciarelli 4-2-11, Jasewicz 3-4-10, Hart 4-5-13, Blair 1-2-4, Smith 4-1-10, Dylan 1-0-2. Totals: 17-14-50.

Schoharie 13 18 21 18 — 70

St. Johnsville  5 14 12 19 — 50

Three-point goals: Brown, Keyser, Smida, Hausmann, O’Neil, Ottman, Stone 3, Sackett 3, Vicciarelli, Smith.

GIRLS

CENTRAL HUDSON VALLEY LEAGUE

LOUDONVILLE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 41, BERLIN 22

BERLIN

Cahill 1-0-2, Gilbert 1-1-3, Mag. Gordon 6-1-13, Mar. Gordon 1-2-4. Totals: 9-4-22.

LOUDONVILLE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

A. Allen 2-0-4, C. Allen 7-0-14, Emery 5-0-15, Rock 1-0-2, Deeb 1-0-2, Leong 1-0-2, Scott 1-0-2. Totals: 18-0-41.

Berlin 4 6  5  7 — 22

LC 9 9 13 10 — 41

Three-point goals: Emery 5.

WATERFORD-HALFMOON 65, DOANE STUART 9

DOANE STUART

Araldi 2-0-5, Kleider 1-0-2, Randolph 1-0-2. Totals: 4-0-9.

WATERFORD-HALFMOON

Brazil 5-1-11, Aubin 2-0-5, Demarest 4-0-8, Fountain 3-0-9, Gardner 3-0-6, Howe 4-0-8, Lefebvre 4-0-8, Ramirez 1-0-2, Thomas 4-0-8. Totals: 30-1-65.

Doane Stuart  2  3   4  0 —  9

WH 16 21 13 15 — 65

Three-point goals: Araldi, Aubin, Fountain 3.

NON-LEAGUE

ALBANY ACADEMY 49, NOTRE DAME-BISHOP GIBBONS 20

ALBANY ACADEMY

Geddes 2-0-5, McGarry 1-2-4, Gravesande 4-3-12, Duncan 3-0-6, Padalino 7-0-14, Carney 2-0-4, Williams 0-1-1, Bryce 1-1-3. Totals: 20-7-49.

NOTRE DAME-BISHOP GIBBONS

Williams 1-0-2, Gavin 2-0-4, Riley 0-0-0, Jarrell 5-4-14, Garcia 0-0-0. Totals: 8-4-20.

Albany Acad. 15 14 14 6 — 49

ND-BG  4  6  6 4 — 20

Three-point goals: Geddes, Gravesende.

Boys’ volleyball

bulldogs rally

Dylan Tracy had seven kills and 12 blocks, Dan Kozak collected 15 kills, and Cobleskill-Richmondville took the final two sets to hand Chatham its second loss of the season.

Adam Bates totaled 20 assists, and Ryan Parshall and Tracy both finished with 13 service points in the Bulldogs’ 23-25, 25-15, 23-25, 25-19, 25-17 Patroon Conference victory.

Football

mckinnon to wagner

Former Bishop Maginn football standout Matthias McKinnon has accepted a full athletic scholarship from Wagner College, and will join the Seahawks for spring practice.

McKinnon attended Jireh Prep in North Carolina following his 2012 graduation from Bishop Maginn, and enrolled at Wagner Tuesday. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound running back will join a Wagner team that secured its first Northeast Conference title last season and put together a nine-game winning streak. The Seahawks (9-4) became the first NEC member to post a Football Championship Subdivision tournament win, beating Colgate.

Following his senior season at Bishop Maginn, McKinnon was tabbed the Class A Southeast Division Player of the Year, and was a Daily Gazette and all-state second-team selection. He rushed for 1,476 yards and scored 16 touchdowns while also excelling as a defensive back and kick returner.

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