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Union beats Skidmore to push record to 16-3

Union beats Skidmore to push record to 16-3

Joe Mason scored 24 points Saturday as Union beat Skidmore, 82-75, Saturday in a Liberty League men’

Joe Mason scored 24 points Saturday as Union beat Skidmore, 82-75, Saturday in a Liberty League men’s basketball game.

Scotia-Glenville grad Terell Winney added 20 points, and Keven Donohue totaled 18 as the Dutchmen improved to 8-2 in the league and 16-3 overall.

UNION

Mason 8-6-324, Winney 8-0-20, Donohue 5-6-18, Croll 4-2-10, Shorey 3-2-8, Firlotte 1-0-2. Totals: 29-16-82.

SKIDMORE

Merrill 10-1-22, Medunjanin 6-6-19, Sithole 6-0-15, Brooks 4-0-12, Johnston 1-1-3, Moore 1-0-3, Yiljep 0-1-1. Totals: 28-9-75.

Halftime: Skidmore, 39-36. Three-point goals: Winney 4, Donohue 2, Mason 2, Brooks 4, Sithole 3, Merrill , Moore , Mendunjanin.

ST. LAWRENCE 68, RPI 52

TROY — Brady Condlin scored 26 points, and Canajoharie’s Payton Stahler added 20, as the Saints topped the Engineers in the Liberty League.

Jamie Zajac led the Engineers with 10 points.

ST. LAWRENCE

Simmon 0-1-1, Miller 4-1-9, Condlin 8-9-26, Brase 2-0-4, Lewis 2-0-6, Stahler 6-8-20, Benton 0-2-2. Totals: 22-21-68.

RPI

Zajac 4-0-10, Farley 0-2-2, Gendron 3-0-8, Martin 3-0-6, Almodovar 2-0-6, Hatton 1-2-4, White 2-0-4, Dugas 2-0-5, Hatcher 2-1-6. Totals: 19-13-52.

Halftime: St. Lawrence, 36-18. Three-point goals: Condlin, Lewis 2, Zajac 2, Gendron 2, Almodovar 2, Dugas, Hatcher.

SAINT ROSE 65, SAINT MICHAEL’S 56

COLCHESTER, Vt. — Dominykas Milka had 19 points and 12 rebounds, and the Golden Knights outscored the Purple Knights, 42-28, in the second half in a Northeast-10 game.

The double-double was Milka’s second straight, and helped Saint Rose get to 7-6 in the league and 10-7 overall with their third straight win.

SAINT ROSE

Milka 7-5-19, Sayre 6-2-14, Mundweller 4-2-13, Dorgler 5-1-11, Thomas 3-0-6, Pope 1-0-2. Totals: 26-10-65.

SAINT MICHAEL’S

Cambronne 6-0-14, Thompson 5-0-11, Grippo 4-2-10, Knutty 3-2-8, Ditelfsen 3-0-8, Crawford 2-0-5. Totals: 23-4-56.

Halftime: Saint Michael’s. 28-23. Three-point goals: Mundweller 3, Ditelfsen 2, Cambronne 2, Thompson.

FARMINGDALE ST. 64, Sage 60

ALBANY — Ryan Davis made three free throws in the final minute to give the Rams a win over the Gators in a Skyline Conference game.

Matt Farbotko’s 14 points led the 3-8, 9-9 Gators.

FARMINGDALE ST.

Matthews 2-13-17, Davis 4-3-14, Henderson 6-0-12, Williams 1-0-2, Esonwue 2-0-4, Page 2-1-5, Molina 1-0-2, Nunez 2-2-8.

SAGE

Stopera 2-5-9, Horne 2-7-12, Farbotko 6-0-14, Ford 3-5-11, Sager 4-3-11, LaBelle 1-0-3. Totals: 18-20-60.

Halftime: Farmingdale St., 22-18. Three-point goals: Davis 3, Nunez 2, Horne, Farbotko 2, LaBelle.

HVCC 57, C-G CC 51 (ot)

HUDSON — Catholic Central grad Giacomo Giglio made two free throws in overtime to seal the win over Columbia-Greene for the 14-9 Vikings. Jeremy Taylor led HVCC with 16 points, and Giglio finished with 10.

The Hudson Valley Community College men’s basketball team (14-9) defeated Columbia-Greene Community College (8-12) 57-51 in overtime Saturday afternoon.

HVCC

Dean 2-2-7, Kruzinski 3-0-6, Reyes 1-2-5, Taylor 8-016, Giglio 2-5-10, Fey 0-1-1, Krimsly 2-0-4, Williams 3-2-8. Totals: 19-12-57.

C-GCC

Halligan 2--0-4, St. Jean 2-3-7, Phillips 3-2-8, Paul 5-6-16, Shivers 1-4-6, Buck 0-5-5, Blogen 2-0-4. Totals: 15-20-51.

Three-point goals: Dean, Reyes, Giglio.

Women’s basketball

SKIDMORE 50, UNION 37

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Skylar Caligaris scored 15 points, all on three-pointers, and Angela Botiba added 13 points and eight rebounds as the Liberty League-leading Thoroughbreds (9-1, 11-8) won their seventh straight game.

Kristin Schmidt’s eight points led 6-5, 11-8 Union.

UNION

Schmidt 4-0-8, McDonald 3-0-6, Loya 1-2-5, Schmeer 2-1-5, Madden 2-0-4, Thompson 2-0-4, Granato 1-0-3, Kenney 1-0-2. Totals: 16-4-37.

SKIDMORE

Caligaris 5-0-15, Botiba 6-1-13, Wartts 4-0-9, McLaughlin 2-0-5, Gile 1-1-3, DeGregory 1-0-3, Frederick 1-0-2. Totals: 20-2-50.

Halftime: Skidmore, 26-20, Three-point goals: Loya, Granato.Galigeris 5, McLaughlin, DeGregory, Wartts).

ST. LAWRENCE 79, RPI 67

TROY — Kara McDuffee finished with 16 points, and four teammates also reached double figures, as the Saints (7-1, 13-4) held off the Engineers (4-4, 10-7) in the Liberty League.

Sarah Wetmore led RPI with 22 points.

ST. LAWRENCE

McDuffee 5-4-15, Legg 4-4-12, Roberts 5-1-11, Cady 3-2-8, St. Hilaire 1-4-6, Wilson 4-1-10, Quattrocchi 5-0-10, Raue 3-0-6. Totals: 30-16-79.

RPI

Wetmore 7-7-22, Tetreault 1-8-10, Rock 1-8-10, Piotrowski 5-0-10, Lynch 1-3-5, Clough 3-3-10. Totals: 18-29-67.

Halftime: St. Lawrence 34-20. Three-point goals: McDuffee 2, Wilson, Wetmore, Clough.

SAINT MICHAEL’S 70, SAINT ROSE 59

COLCHESTER, Vt. — Bethlehem grad Megan Olsen scored 31 points as the Purple Knights rallied from a 13-point first half to beat the Golden Knights in the Northeast-10.

Nicole Bini led Saint Rose (3-10, 6-11) with 13 points.

SAINT ROSE

Bini 4-1-13, Trapp 5-2-12, Lesure 4-1-9, Polce 3-0-8, Simmons 3-1-7, Sanchez 2-2-7, Walton 1-1-3. Totals: 22-8-59.

SAINT MICHAEL’S

Olsen 10-7-31, Long 3-4-10, Deroy 3-4-10, Adach 2-3-8, Burud 3-0-6, Carnell 1-1-3, Geary 1-0-2. Totals: 23-19-70.

Halftime: Saint Michael’s, 39-34. Three-point goals: Bini 4, Polce 2, Sanchez, Olsen 4, Adach.

FMCC 73, Schenectady CCC 55

SCHENECTADY — Kassandra Flowers led all scorers with 25 points as the Lady Raiders beat the Royals. Grace Rutagengwa added 13 points and 21 rebounds for FMCC,

Tierney McGlyn led Schenectady with 16 points and 13 rebounds.

FMCC

Jordan 1-0-3, Ward 0-1-1, Chea 2-2-6, Mitchell 2-0-4, Flowers 8-3-25, Rutagengwa 6-1-13, Osborne 3-3-9, Wisemerski 1-0-2, Gayle 5-0-10. Totals: 28-11-73.

SCHENECTADY CCC

Tillapaugh 2-0-4, Sanboeuf 2-0-6, Pucci 5-3-13, McGlynn 7-2-16, Murray 2-5-9, Funk 3-1-7. Totals: 21-11-55.

Halftime: FMC, 35-24. Three-point goals: Flowers 6, Sanboeuf 2.

FARMINGDALE ST. 51, SAGE 39

ALBANY — Nicky Young scored 17 points as the Rams, who took a 17-point lead at the half, downed the Gators in a Skyline Conference contest.

Megan Bowman led Sage (4-5, 7-10) with 15 points.

FARMINGDALE STATE

Young 4-9-17, Merrill 3-0-9, Green 3-0-8, Purvis 1-0-2, Savadel 1-0-2, Lanteri 1-2-4, Jenkins 1-3-5, Masson 2-0-4. Totals: 16-14-51.

SAGE

McClain 1-3-5, Bowman 6-2-15, Tironi 2-0-4, Jefferson 2-0-4, Houle 4-0-11. Totals: 15-5-39.

Halftime: Farmingdale State, 29-12. Three-point goals: Merrill 3, Green 2, Bowman, Houle 3.

WELLS 74, SUNY-COBLESKILL 60

AURORA — Johnstown’s Lindsey was one of three players with 16 points as the Express beat the Fighting Tigers in a North Eastern Athletic Conference game.

Kady Porterfield and Tracee Schiebel both scored 16 points for 4-6, 5-11 Cobleskill.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Anderson 2-0-5, Schiebel 7-2-16, Efthiemou 1-0-2, Porterfield 7-2-16, Hauser 4-2-10, Roberts 1-0-2, Davis 4-1-9. Totals: 26-7--60.

WELLS

Erikson 1-1-3, Roser 4-9-17, White 2-3-7, Artaho 8-0-16, Achzet 7-2-16, Smythe 1-0-3, Ryan 6-0-12. Totals: 29-15-74.

Halftime: Tied, 33-33. Three-point goals: Anderson, Smythe.

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