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Skidmore men rally, beat SUNY-Oneonta

Wednesday, December 5, 2012
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— Aldin Medunjanin and Connor Merrill combined for 43 points to help Skidmore College rally past SUNY-Oneonta, 66-63, in a men’s non-conference college basketball game Tuesday.

Skidmore (5-1), which has won five straight, trailed by as many as 12 points in the first half before closing the gap to four, 40-36, at the half. The Thoroughbreds shot 50 percent in the second half.

Medunjanin led all scorers with 22 points to go along with eight rebounds and seven assists. Merrill added 21 points, seven rebounds and two blocked shots, while Eli Johnston chipped in with seven points and 10 rebounds.

SKIDMORE

Medunjanin 9-2-22, Merrill 9-2-21, Johnston 3-0-7, Moore 2-0-6, Dahill 2-0-5, Yilep 1-1-3, Lowry 1-0-2. Totals: 27-60 5-6 66.

SUNY-ONEONTA

Mager 3-7-14, Dignan 6-0-14, Lee 5-0-13, Zuvic 6-0-13, Kelly 2-0-5, Sarchioto 2-0-4. Totals: 24-54 7-9 63.

Halftime: SUNY-Oneonta, 40-36. Three-point goals: Medunjanin 2, Moore 2, Dahill, Merrill, Johnston, Lee 3, Dignan 2, Mager, Zuvic, Kelly.

SCCC 93, RPI JV 60

SCHENECTADY — Schenectady High School graduate Reece Jackson netted 18 points to lead four double-digit scorers as the Royals pounded the RPI JV.

Terrance Blanchard pumped in 14 points, Rashaun Mitchum scored 12 to go along with 12 rebounds, and Matt Berthiaume netted 10 for the 6-5 Royals.

RPI JV

Fitzgerald 6-0-12, Morin 6-0-16, Schiel 4-1-9, Scocozza 3-0-8, Jablonski 0-1-1, Jak-obek 2-1-5, Gruttadauria 3-1-9. Totals: 23-4-60.

SCCC

O. Brown 3-2-8, Jackson 7-2-18, Gregg 2-3-7, Clement 3-0-6, Kimble 2-2-6, J. Brown 1-0-3, Bert 1-1-3, Chambers 2-0-4, Mitchum 6-0-12, Blanchard 7-0-14, McCall 1-0-2, Berthiaume 4-2-10. Totals: 39-12-93.

Halftime: SCCC, 54-30. Three-point goals: Morin 4, Scocozza 2, Gruttadauria 2, Jackson 2, J. Brown.

SAGE 78, ST. JOSEPH’S 63

ALBANY — Junior guard Mason Horne poured in 18 points, and junior point guard Jeff Stopera, from Scotia-Glenville, added a career-high 17 points to propel the Gators over the Golden Eagle at Kahl Gym.

Senior center Ryan Sager added 13 points and 17 rebounds, and freshman forward Melvin Ford popped in 11 points for the 1-1, 4-2 Gators, who shot 50 percent from the floor.

ST. JOSEPH’S

Mohammed 2-0-5, McCarthy 2-1-5, Calixte 4-1-9, Lohsen 4-1-11, Anderson 4-1-9, Fortune 0-1-1, Kowalski 8-2-23. Totals: 24-67 7-17 63.

SAGE

Stopera 6-3-17, Horne 7-4-18, Farbotko 4-2-10, Ford 4-3-11, Sager 5-3-13, Hennep 0-1-1, Nwanna 2-1-6, Zurlo 1-0-2. Totals: 29-58 17-29 78.

Halftime: Sage, 37-34. Three-point goals: Mohammed, Lohsen 2, Kowalski 5, Stopera 2, Nwanna.

TC3 73, HVCC 70

TROY — Tyseem Lyles canned a jumper from the baseline as time expired to lift the Panthers over the Vikings.

Nate Krimsky hit one of two free throws with eight seconds left to tie the game for the Vikings. Jeremy Taylor topped 8-4 HVCC with 21 points, while Shenendehowa grad-uate Jose Reyes added 19.

TC3

Redden 5-1-14, Beckford 4-2-12, Wright 2-0-4, Hajnoczi 2-0-4, Lyles 9-2-24, Reed 3-4-10, Hawkins 0-1-1, Park 2-0-4. Totals: 27-10-73.

HVCC

Dean 1-1-4, Kruzinski 4-0-11, Reyes 5-6-19, Taylor 9-2-21, Giglio 1-4-7, Monson 1-0-2, Krimsky 1-1-3, Williams 1-1-3. Totals: 23-15-70.

Halftime: TC3, 40-33. Three-point goals: Redden 3, Beckford 2, Lyles 4, Kruzinski 3, Reyes 3, Taylor, Giglio.

SUNY-COBLESKILL 87, GREEN MOUNTAIN 73

POULTNEY, Vt. — Mike Marcelin tossed in 24 points, and

Tyrone Mitchell contributed 21 as the 2-7 Fighting Tigers beat 1-6 Green Mountain.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Mitchell 7-7-21, Hutchinson 3-5-11, Jeffres 2-2-6, Woods 2-1-5, Marcelin 8-8-24, Taitt 1-0-2, Brown 0-4-4, Bernard 6-1-14. Totals: 29-70 28-43 87.

GREEN MOUNTAIN

Ales 2-0-6, Green 8-6-24, Aponte 3-0-9, Brink 1-0-2, Speights 1-0-2, Jones 2-0-5, Crandall 3-0-9, Scott 4-3-12, Wiggins 1-2-4. Totals: 25-82 11-17 73.

Halftime: SUNY-Cobleskill, 36-34. Three-point goals: Bernard, Ales 2, Green 2, Aponte 3, Jones, Crandall 3, Scott.

Women

UNION 74, MCLA 69

SCHENECTADY — Soph-omore forward Kate Thompson recorded career highs with 32 points and 16 rebounds, and junior guard Amy Loya added a career-high 15 rebounds to lift the Dutchwomen over Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts at the Viniar Athletic Center.

Thompson became the first Dutchwoman to score 30 or more points since Michelle Rogers tallied 38 in an 82-73 home win over Williams on Nov. 30, 2008. Thompson made 16 of her 24 shots from the floor.

Both teams are 3-3.

MCLA

Tremblaly 8-7-25, Beauchamp 4-4-16, Chenevert 5-3-13, Scolpino 2-5-11, Miner 1-0-2, Ouimet 1-0-2. Toatls: 26-64 19-26 69.

UNION

Thompson 16-0-32, Kenney 2-7-11, Loya 1-6-8, Erdman 1-4-6, McDonald 1-2-5, Madden 2-1-5, Derosier 1-2-4, Granato 1-0-3.

Totals: 25-58 22-28 74.

Halftime: Union, 39-29. Three-point goals: Beauchamp 4, Scolpino 2, Tremblay 2, Granato, McDonald.

SAGE 74, GREEN MOUNTAIN 41

RUTLAND, Vt. — Sophomore guard Megan Bowman connected for 16 points, Mohonasen graduate Lea McClain finished with 12 points, and junior Erica Houle from Shaker netted 10 as the Gators bounced the Eagles.

Colonie graduate Amie Jefferson blocked three shots and is now tied with Kelly Murphy for the school’s career record in blocks with 65. Sage improves to 2-5.

SAGE

McClain 4-2-12, Bowman 7-2-16, Martin 3-0-6, Tironi 4-1-9, Jefferson 1-0-2, Leslie 3-0-6, Houle 4-1-10, Vallee 3-0-8, Vanacore 1-0-2. Totals: 31-67 6-7 74.

GREEN MOUNTAIN

Paul 1-3-5, Caster 2-3-7, Wilcox 1-0-2, Lafond 0-2-2, Banks 0-1-1, Belessis 1-0-2, Choden 5-4-16, Heath 2-0-4. Totals: 12-49 13-19 41.

Halftime: Sage, 37-23. Three-point goals: McClain 2, Houle, Vallee 2, Vanacore, Choden 2.

WILLIAMS 56, SKIDMORE 28

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Oge Uwanaka scored 14 points, and Danny Rainer added 10 points and three blocked shots to pace the Ephs over the Thoroughbreds at Chandler Gym.

Williams improves to 6-1. Skidmore drops to 2-4.

SKIDMORE

Botiba 3-0-6, Caligaris 2-0-5, Wartts 1-2-4, Frederick 2-0-4, McLaughlin 1-0-3, DeGregory 1-1-3, Holgate 1-0-3. Totals: 11-49 3-4 28.

WILLIAMS

Rainer 5-0-10, Harding 2-0-5, Cook 1-2-4, Baecher 1-0-2, MacDonald 0-1-1, Uwanaka 6-2-14, O’Brien 2-0-5, Litman 2-1-5, Rehnquist 2-0-5, Rogers 1-1-3, Borderud 1-0-2. Totals: 23-48 7-11 56.

Halftime: Williams, 34-16. Three-point goals: Caligaris, McLaughlin, Holgate, Harding, Rehnquist.

ANNA MARIA 62, SUNY-COBLESKILL 56,

PAXTON, Mass. — Chelsea Blair popped in 15 points, and Katie Pryor and Alison McCarthy combined for 21 more to lift Anna Maria over the Fighting Tigers at Fuller Center.

Anna Maria grabbed 50 rebounds in the game, led by Kayla Cummings with 11 caroms and McCarthy with 10.

Canajoharie graduate Heidi Anderson scored 18 points, and Kady Porterfield added 13 points and 11 rebounds for the 1-4 Fighting Tigers.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Anderson 8-0-18, Schiebel 0-2-2, Efthimiou 1-0-2, Porterfield 5-3-13, Hauser 4-0-8, Concepcion 2-4-9, Davis 2-0-4. Totals: 22-64 9-14 56.

ANNA MARIA

Patno 1-0-3, Pryor 4-1-11, McCarthy 2-4-10, Cummings 2-1-5, Blair 6-3-15, Parker 1-1-3, Denver 2-3-7, Primavera 1-3-5, Walker 1-1-3. Totals: 20-61 17-27 62.

Halftime: Anna Maria, 32-23. Three-point goals: Anderson 2, Concepcion, Patno, Pryor 2, McCarthy 2.

HVCC 77, TC3 47

TROY — Shaker High School graduate Angelica Smith poured in a career-high 32 points to go along with 16 rebounds, and Catholic Central product Ashley Creighton added a career-high 20 points to carry the Vikings over Tompkins Cortland Community College.

Duanesburg’s Samantha Tomeck scored 13 points, and Schenectady’s Raeshelle Fraiser chipped in with eight points and 20 rebounds for the 3-6 Vikings.

RPI 83, KEENE STATE 68

TROY — Sarah Wetmore pumped in 17 points, including 11-for-12 from the line, to carry the Engineers over the Owls.

RPI (6-2) made 24 of 31 shots from the line and shot 46.3 percent from the floor. Jen Rock and Ballei Tetault added 13 points apiece for RPI.

Keene State (2-4) was paced by Siobhan Carnell with 27 points and 10 rebounds.

KEENE STATE

Carnell 10-7-27, Wojtas 5-2-14, Kiernan 3-6-12, Williams 3-1-7, Brucks 1-1-4, Allien 2-0-4. Totals: 24-72 17-23 68.

RPI

Wetmore 3-11-17, Rock 6-0-13, Tetault 5-2-13, Lynch 2-2-6, Piotrowski 1-3-6, Reynolds 3-1-10, Clough 2-2-7, Osepa 1-2-5, Reid 2-0-5, Boucher 0-1-1. Totals: 25-54 24-31 83.

Halftime: RPI, 42-35. Three-point goals: Wojtas 2, Brucks, Rock, Tetrault, Piotrowski, Reynolds 3, Clough, Psepa, Reid.

ACP 65, BARD 49

ALBANY — Alexa Schooley netted 14 points, and Alyson Johnson chipped in with 12 to help the Panthers win their sixth game in seven decisions.

Kelsey Johnson and Megan Serley added 10 points apiece for the Panthers. Bard (5-1) was topped by Tytravia Riley with a game-high 26 points and 30 rebounds.

BARD

Riley 12-2-26, Jones 3-1-7, Freud 3-0-6, Bell 3-0-6, Fleisher 1-2-4. Totals: 22-80 5-12 49.

ACP

Schooley 4-6-14, A. Johnson 4-2-12, Johnson 5-0-10, Serley 3-3-10, Sullivan 4-1-9, McKeel 2-0-4, Cope 0-4-4, Whitton 1-0-2. Totals: 23-52 16-22 65.

Halftime: ACP, 31-25. Three-point goals: A. Johnson 2, Serley.

 
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