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Area colleges: Union basketball team locks up No. 2 seed

Area colleges: Union basketball team locks up No. 2 seed

Senior forward Keven Donohue scored 18 points Saturday as Union beat Vassar, 93-60, to close its men

SCHENECTADY — Senior forward Keven Donohue scored 18 points Saturday as Union beat Vassar, 93-60, to close its men’s basketball regular season.

Keith Callies added 12 points for the Dutchmen, who finished in second place in the Liberty League with a 12-4 record and will take a

21-5 record into Wednesday’s league tournament semifinal against third-seeded RPI.

VASSAR

Adkins 4-3-13, Snyder 5-3-13, Wasyl 3-2-10, Carberry 3-0-7, Herzog 2-0-5, Smith 2-0-5, Johnson 1-0-3, Safir 0-2-2, Rappaport 1-0-2. Totals: 21-10-60.

UNION

Donohue 8-2-18, Callies 5-0-12, Croll 4-1-9, Lubowitz 3-0-8, Winney 3-0-8, Shorey 2-2-7, Petrone 1-4-6, DeBisschop 3-0-6, Mason 2-0-6, Whelpley 2-0-4, Firlotte 1-0-3, Restifo 1-0-3, Bethlel 1-0-2, Deffley 0-1-1. Totals: 36-10-93.

Halftime: Union, 44-23. Three-point goals: Wasyl 2, Adkins 2, Carberry, Herzog, Smith, Johnson, Callies 2, Lubowitz 2, Winney 2, Shorey, Mason 2, Firlotte, Restifo.

RPI 73, SKIDMORE 66

TROY — Senior captain Brendan Farley scored a game-high 19 points as the Engineers won their seventh in a row to finish 11-5 in the Liberty League.

Sakhile Sithole led 9-7 Skidmore with 17 points.

SKIDMORE

Johnston 5-1-13, Merrill 6-0-12, Medunjanin 1-10-12, Brooks 1-1-4, Dahill 1-0-2, Sithole 6-2-17, Lowry 2-0-4, Anyam 1-0-2. Totals: 23-14-66.

RPI

Zajac 1-10-12, Martin 4-2-10, White 3-3-9, Hatton 1-1-3, Farley 5-7-19, Keefe 4-1-10, Dugas 3-0-7, Cardenas 1-0-2, Harrington 0-1-1. Totals: 22-25-73.

Halftime: RPI, 34-20. Three-point goals: Johnston 2, Brooks, Sithole 3, Farlety 2, Keefe, Dugas.

SAINT ROSE 71, PACE 61

ALBANY — Dominykas Milka scored 17 points as the Golden Knights knocked off the Setters to go to 9-10 in the Northeast-10.

PACE

Merceus 8-10-26, Williams 2-6-10, Primus-Devonish 3-4-10, Smith 3-1-8, Mann 1-0-3, George 1-0-2, Vitello 1-0-2. Totals: 19-21-61.

SAINT ROSE

Milka 8-1-17, Mundweller 5-0-14, Sayre 6-0-12, Pope 1-8-10, Dorgler 3-3-9, Hong 3-1-7, Thomas 1-0-2. Totals: 27-13-71.

Halftime: Saint Rose, 40-24. Three-point goals: Smith, Mann, Mundweller 4.

SCHENECTADY CCC 80,

NORTH COUNTRY CC 71

SARANAC LAKE — Terrance Blanchard scored 20 points, and Jesse Smith added 19 as the Royals improved to 15-11.

SCHENECTADY CCC

Blanchard 8-3-20, Brown 1-1-3, Gregg 4-4-12, Clement 4-3-11, Smith 7-3-19, Irwin 5-5-16. Totals: 29-19-80.

NORTH COUNTRY CC

Boyea 8-4-21, Henderson 2-0-6, Cader 16-8-40, Stone 1-0-2, Patraw 1-0-2. Totals: 28-12-71.

Halftime: Schenectady County CC, 36-29. Three-point goals: Blanchard, Smith 2, Irwin, Boyea, Henderson .

SUNY-COBLESKILL 79,

CAZENOVIa 70

CAZANOVIA — Will Davis came off the bench to score 21 points as the Fighting Tigers closed their season with a win.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Nunez 7-3-17, Mitchell 5-2-13, Jeffres 0-2-2, Woods 4-0-8, Marcelin 7-1-16, Davis 7-0-21. Totals: 30-9-79.

CAZENOVIA

Perry 7-6-25, Wilkerson 2-5-9, Busby 1-0-2, Drayton 7-2-17, Rohrig 0-2-2, Veltrie 1-0-3, Cunningham 1-0-2, Crowell 1-0-2, Bernard 3-0-6. Totals: 23-1-5-70.

Halftime: Cazenovia, 41-40. Three-point goals: Mitchell 3, Davis 7, Perry 5, Drayton, Veltrie.

HVCC 49, SUNY-DELHI 47

TROY — Shenendehowa grad­uate Jose Reyes scored 14 points and set up the winning basket by Noah Krimsky with .9 second to play as the Vikings beat the Broncos.

SUNY-DELHI

Mitchell 3-2-8, Nickelson 4-2-10, Bak 1-2-4, Moore 2-0-4, Mehrman 4-3-14, Anderson 1-0-2, Toure 1-0-2. Totals: 16-9-47.

HVCC

Dean 1-0-2, Reyes 4-4-14, Taylor 4-3-11, Giglio 1-0-2, Krimsky 5-4-14, Williams 2-2-6. Totals: 17-13-49.

Three-point goals: Mehrmen 2, Reyes 2.

SAGE 98,

OLD WESTBURY 96 (2 OT)

ALBANY — Matt Farbotko scored 26 points, and Mason Horne added 23 as the Gators handed the Panthers their first Skyline Conference loss of the season.

OLD WESTBURY

Mitchell 4-1-13, Tucker 6-4-17, McCarthy 4-3-13, Moore 1-0-3, Chavis 3-3-9, Trebuse 4-0-10, Hill 11-9-31. Totals: 33-22-96.

SAGE

Stopera 4-3-14, Hennep 6-0-15, Horne 7-8-23, Farbotko 8-9-26, Sager 3-2-8, LaBelle 5-0-12. Totals: 33-22-98.

Halftime: Old Westbury, 39-26. Regul­ation: 78-78. First overtime: 89-89. Three-point goals: Mitchell 4, Tucker, McCarthy 2, Moore, Trebuse 2, Stopera 3, Hennep 3, Horne, Farbotko, LaBelle 2.

Women’s basketball

VASSAR 72, UNION 58

SCHENECTADY — Cyndi Matouska scored 23 points as the Brewers beat the Dutchwomen.

Brittney Kenney scored 17 for Union, which ended its season 9-7 in the Liberty League and 14-10 overall.

VASSAR

Matouska 8-4-23, Berg 6-1-13, O’Connell 4-3-11, Senftleber 4-2-11, Moon 1-2-4, Drakeley 3-0-6, Allen 2-0-4. Totals: 28-12-72.

UNION

Kenney 6-5-17, McDonald 5-1-13, Loya 5-0-10, Thompson 3-1-7, Madden 2-0-6, Derosier 1-1-3, Schmeer 0-1-1, Erdman 0-1-1. Totals: 22-10-58.

Halftime: Vassar, 34-26. Three-point goals: Matouska 3, Senftleber, McDonald 2, Madden 2.

RPI 64, SKIDMORE 61

TROY — Amanda Lynch scored a career-high 20 points as the Engineers finished 8-8 in the Liberty League. Angela Botiba led 10-6 Skidmore with 18 points.

SKIDMORE

Botiba 9-0-18, Wartts 5-0-11, McLaughlin 3-2-8, Caligaris 4-0-10, Frederick 2-1-5, DeGregory 4-2-11, Scheuerell 1-0-2. Totals: 26-5-61.

RPI

Lynch 9-2-20, Wetmore 5-5-17, Tetrault 4-2-10, Rock 2-0-4, Clough 3-2-11, Fuchs 1-0-2. Totals: 24-11-64.

Halftime: Skidmore, 37-35. Three-point goals: Wartts, Caligaris 2, DeGregory, Wetmore 2, Clough 3.

PACE 73, SAINT ROSE 68

ALBANY — Brittany Shields scored 31 points to lead the Setters past the Golden Knights in a Northeast-10 game.

Mariah Lesure and Gabie Polce combined for 33 points for Saint Rose (6-12, 9-13).

PACE

Shields 12-7-31, Hackett 3-6-13, Scannell 3-2-10, Dortch 1-3-5, Harris 2-1-5, Sher 1-1-3, Bretney 1-0-2, Drury 1-0-2, Cleary 0-2-2.

Totals: 24-22-73.

SAINT ROSE

Lesure 5-7-17, Polce 7-0-16, Simmons 4-3-11, Walton 1-5-7, Bini 2-0-5, Sanchez 2-0-4, Hansen 2-0-4, O’Shea 1-0-2, Glanzman 1-0-2. Totals: 25-15-68.

Halftime: Saint Rose, 34-33. Three-point goals: Scannell 2, Hackett, Polce 2, Bini.

OLD WESTBURY 65, SAGE 59

ALBANY — DeAndra Scott’s 25 points and 11 rebounds got the Panthers past the Gators in a Skyline Conference game.

Mohonasen graduate Lea McClain led the Gators (5-9, 8-16) with 17 points.

OLD WESTBURY

Williams 2-2-6, Pentz 2-2-6, Jolly 1-3-5, Gallagher 3-3-11, Scott 7-11-25, Ilardi 1-0-2, Mellon 0-2-2, Price 2-4-8. Totals: 18-27-65.

SAGE

Bowman 6-2-14, Martin 3-0-8, Jicha 0-2-2, McClain 6-5-17, Tironi 1-2-4, Houle 1-0-3, Jefferson 1-2-4, Race 2-1-5. Totals: 21-14-59.

Halftime: Old Westbury, 35-27. Three-point goals: Gallagher 2, Martin 2, Houle.

SCHENECTADY CCC 66,

NORTH COUNTRY CC 64

SARANAC LAKE — Monique Pucci scored 20 points, Jordyn Funk had 16 points and 15 rebounds and Tierney McGlynn added 15 as the Royals overcame a 14-point deficit to get the win.

SCHENECTADY CCC

Pucci 6-6-20, Tillapaugh 0-1-1, Sanboeuf 3-2-9, McGlynn 6-3-15, Murray 2-1-5, Funk 5-6-16. Totals: 22-19-66.

NORTH COUNTRY CC

Uris 1-3-5, Demaris 5-0-12, Gary 8-6-25, Razer 2-0-4, Gausey 4-1-10. Totals: 23-10-64.

Halftime: North Country CC, 31-26. Three-point goals: Pucci 2, Sanboeuf, Gary 3, Gausey.

CAZENOVIA 73,

SUNY-COBLESKILL 69

CAZENOVIA — Kady Porterfield had a 19-point, 17-rebound effort as the Fighting Tigers closed their season with a loss.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Schiebel 5-2-12, Efthimiou 2-2-6, Porterfield 6-7-19, Hauser 7-0-14, Davis 4-7-15, Davenport 1-0-3. Totals: 25-18-69.

CAZENOVIA

Bouley 1-0-2, O’Malley 3-0-6, McDermott 8-4-20, Bartell 1-0-2, Zambito 5-0-15, DiSanto 0-1-1, Vrigian 5-1-12, Chambers 2-2-6, McDonough 2-5-7. Totals: 27-13-69.

Halftime: Cazenovia, 35-32. Three-point goals: Davenport, Zambito 5, Vrigian.

clinton cc 74, hvcc 47

PLATTSBURGH — Schenectady High graduate Raeshelle Frasier scored 21 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in the Vikings’ loss. Frasier now holds the school single-season record with 353 rebounds.

Men’s lacrosse

Hobart 18, Siena 15

LOUDONVILLE — Hobart used a 7-1 run that bridged the third and fourth quarters to send the Saints to an 0-2 start,

Nate Berry scored three goals and assisted on two more for the Saints.

Hobart 3 4 5 6 — 18

Siena 4 2 4 5 — 15

Hobart scoring: Cam Stone 4-2, Frank Brown 3-1, Bud Graham 2-0, Jack McHenry 1-1, Taylor Vanderbeek 1-0, Branden Kessler 1-0, Thomas Petrocci 1-0, Matt Opsahl 1-0, Zach Reed 0-1. Siena scoring: Nate Berry 3-2, Conor Prunty 2-2, Danny Martinsen 2-2, Richie Hurley 2-1, Ryan Mallon 2-0, Kyle Curry 2-0, Kevin Cousin 1-0, Colin Clive 1-0.

Goaltenders: Hobart, Peter Zonino, 9 saves. Siena, Matt Sharp, 10 saves.

Baseball

Siena 7, Central Florida 4

ORLANDO, Fla. — Larry Balkwill had a key two-run single in the fourth inning as the Saints evened their record at 1-1.

Balkwill and Javier Garcia both had two hits for Siena.

Siena 300 300 010 — 7  8 1

UCF 002 010 001 — 4 10 2

Gage, Lewicki (6), Fryer (8) and Bald­ani; Sloglund, Martin (5), Matulius (6) and Breen.

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