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Taylor powers Vikings to win

Taylor powers Vikings to win

Jeremy Taylor scored 16 of his 22 points in the second half to lift Hudson Valley Community College

Jeremy Taylor scored 16 of his 22 points in the second half to lift Hudson Valley Community College over Schenectady County Community College, 77-68, in a men’s game Tuesday night.

Brandon Dean came off the bench to score 16 points, and Shenendehowa graduate Jose Reyes chipped in with 13 for the 14-11 Vikings.

Jeremy Gregg and Tevon Erwin topped the Royals with 18 and 13 points, respectively.

HVCC

Dean 5-4-16, Kruzinski 1-0-2, Reyes 4-3-13, Taylor 9-4-22, Giglio 4-0-11, Griggs 1-0-3, Williams 5-2-12. Totals: 29-13-77.

SCCC

Jackson 2-1-5, Clement 3-1-7, Brown 1-2-4, Smith 2-4-8, Gregg 6-4-18, Swann 1-0-3, Erwin 5-2-13. Totals: 20-12-68.

Halftime: Unavailable. Three-point goals: Dean 2, Reyes 2, Giglio 3, Griggs, Jackson, Brown, Gregg 4, Swann, Erwin.

RPI 77, BARD 51

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON — The Engineers sank 11 treys and won their fifth straight game, beating the Raptors in Liberty League play.

Brendan Farley and Daniel Martin topped the 9-5, 14-9 Engineers with 13 and 10 points, respectively.

RPI

Farley 5-1-13, Martin 4-1-10, Zajac 2-0-6, Gendron 2-0-6, Harrington 2-0-5, Hatton 2-3-9, White 2-4-8, Dugas 2-2-6, Keefe 1-1-4, Cardenas 2-0-4, Almodovar 1-0-2, Dempsey 0-2-2, Boeglin 1-0-2. Totals: 26-61 14-17 77.

BARD

Powell 4-4-13, Arnstein 4-0-12, Burnette 3-0-6, McNaugnhton 4-2-11, Lichtenstein

1-3-5, Cunningham 1-2-4. Totals: 17-55 1-13 51.

Halftime: RPI, 36-17. Three-point goals: Farley 2, Martin, Zajac 2, Gendron 2, Harrington, Hatton 2, Keefe, Powell, Arnstein 4, McNaughton.

CLARKSON 69, SKIDMORE 63

POTSDAM — Jerry Coleman and Marques Charlton combined for 33 points as the Golden Knights (8-6, 16-7) clipped the Thoroughbreds. (8-6, 14-9).

SKIDMORE

Brooks 4-3-14, Medunjanin 7-2-16, Johnston 2-0-4, Dahill 2-0-6, Merrill 4-0-9, Doolun 4-0-8, Sithole 2-2-6. Totals: 25-56 7-10 63.

CLARKSON

Charlton 3-8-15, Je. Coleman 3-2-8, Jo. Coleman 7-4-18, Collette 0-2-2, Liss 2-0-4, Abongo 4-5-14. Totals: 21-53 24-27 69.

Halftime: Clarkson, 34-26. Three-point goals: Brooks 3, Dahill 2, Merrill, Charlton, McAllister, Abongo.

MORRISVILLE STATE 106, SUNY-COBLESKILL 69

MORRISVILLE — Andrew Lucio’s 18 points topped seven double-digit scorers as Morrisville State crushed the Fighting Tigers.

Tyrone Mitchell netted 25 points for the 3-11, 5-19 Fighting Tigers.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Mitchell 9-1-25, Woods 7-2-16, Marcelin 3-2-8, Jeffres 3-1-7, Nunez 2-2-6, Tuttle 2-0-4, Davis 1-0-3. Totals: 27-63 8-12 69.

MORRISVILLE STATE

Lucio 6-0-18, Williams 6-2-15, Henry 6-2-15, Hanks 5-2-12, Jameson 4-0-11, Davis 5-0-11, Kinsey 3-3-10, Ater 2-0-4, Wilk 2-0-4, Betances 1-0-3, Prior 1-0-3. Totals: 41-63 9-12 106.

Halftime: Morrisville State, 59-32. Three-point goals: Mitchell 6, Davis, Lucio 6, Jameson 3, Prior, Betances, Williams, Henry, Davis, Kinsey.

CMSV 65, SAGE 62

ALBANY — Shaquille Cunningham’s layup with 18 seconds left clinched a victory for the Dolphins over the Gators.

Mason Horne led the 6-10, 11-12 Gators with 19 points.

MOUNT SAINT VINCENT

Zuccaro 4-4-14, Caputo 3-0-9, Cunningham 7-2-19, Henry 2-0-4, McPhatter 4-0-9, Johnson 2-1-6, Knott 2-0-4. Totals: 24-58 8-13 65.

SAGE

Horne 6-6-19, LaBelle 3-1-8, Farbotko 5-4-16, Sager 5-5-15, Hennep 1-0-2, Sopchak 1-0-2. Totals: 21-40 16-26 62.

Halftime: Sage, 33-32. Three-point goals: Zuccaro 2, Caputo 3, Cunningham 3, Johnson, Horne, LaBelle, Farbotko 2.

Women

RPI 68, BARD 54

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON — Sarah Wetmore poured in 33 points on 13-for-20 shooting from the floor and grabbed 11 rebounds to power the Engineers (7-7, 13-10) over the Raptors in a Liberty League game.

RPI

Wetmore 13-3-33, Lynch 7-0-14, Piotrowski 2-4-8, Rock 3-1-7, Tetrault 2-0-4, Jahchan 1-0-2. Totals: 28-58 8-12 68.

BARD

Riley 11-2-16, Regan 4-1-11, Jones 3-0-6, Bell 2-0-4, Lake 1-0-2, Freud 1-2-4, Fleischer 1-0-3. Totals: 23-58 5-9 54.

Halftime: RPI, 36-24. Three-point goals: Wetmore 4, Regan 2, Fleisher.

CLARKSON 61, SKIDMORE 55

POTSDAM — Ashley Loggins (20), Esabella Esposito (17) and Leighann Tomita (13) combined for 50 points as the Golden Knights edged the 10-4, 12-11 Thoroughbreds in a Liberty League game at Alumni Gymnasium.

SKIDMORE

Botiba 5-3-13, Freerick 2-4-8, McLaughlin 3-0-8, Wartts 1-4-7, Caligaris 2-0-4, DeGregory 1-3-6, Conway 3-0-6, Davis 1-0-3. Totals: 18-57 14-21 55.

CLARKSON

Loggins 7-3-20, Esposito 8-0-17, Tomita 2-9-13, Bogart 3-0-7, Daley 1-0-2, Hinckley 1-0-2. Totals: 22-45 12-16 61.

Halftime: Clarkson, 35-22. Three-point goals: McLaughlin 2, Wartts, DeGregory, Davis, Loggins 3, Esposito, Bogart.

SUNY-COBLESKILL 79, MORRISVILLE STATE 49

COBLESKILL — Canajoharie High School graduate Heidi Anderson connected for 20 points to lead the Fighting Tigers to their seventh win in 16 NEAC decisions.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Anderson 7-3-20, Hauser 7-0-14, Porterfield 4-5-13, Davis 3-2-8, Schiebel 4-0-8, Davenport 3-0-6, Johnson 1-2-4, Kingsley 2-0-4, Roberts 1-0-2. Totals: 32-79 12-14 79.

MORRISVILLE

Parks 5-2-12, Holquin 3-0-8, Grier 2-0-6, Purcell 1-4-6, Scott 2-0-4, Coley 1-2-4, Ferguson 2-0-4, Sanders 1-0-3, Pierre 1-0-2. Totals: 18-63 8-10 49.

Halftime: SUNY-Cobleskill, 31-23. Three-point goals: Anderson 3, Grier 2, Holquin 2, Sanders.

CMSV 57, SAGE 39

ALBANY — Kelly Fraser’s 17 points carried Mt. St. Vincent over the Gators.

MOUNT SAINT VINCENT

Montague 5-2-13, Rosa 0-1-1, Sinaly 1-0-2, Fraser 8-1-17, Robinson 2-0-4, Pham 3-4-10, Sepp 3-0-6, Gooney 1-0-2, Oliver 0-2-2. Totals: 23-55 10-16 57.

SAGE

McClain 3-3-9, Bowman 6-2-15, Tironi 1-0-2, Jefferson 4-0-8, Corbett 1-0-2, Leslie 0-2-2, Race 0-1-1. Totals: 15-66 8-13 39.

Halftime: CMSV, 26-18. Three-point goals: Montague, Bowman.

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