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Area college basketball: Mason, Callies spark Union

Sunday, December 9, 2012
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— Joe Mason registered 20 points and six assists, and Union College shot 51.9 percent from the field en route to a 73-57 victory over Rochester Inst-itute of Technology in the Liberty League men’s basketball opener for both teams Saturday at Clark Gymnasium.

Keith Callies added 14 points, and Keven Donohue chipped in with 14 points and seven rebounds for the Dutchmen, who are 6-1 overall.

UNION

Mason 8-0-20, Callies 5-0-14, Donohue 4-5-14, Winney 3-2-9, Whelpley 3-0-6, Shorey 2-0-4, Croll 1-1-3, Petrone 1-0-2, Bethel 0-1-1. Totals: 27-52 9-14 73.

RIT

Balenton 5-6-17, Travis 5-1-11, Davis 3-3-9, Reagan 2-0-6, Seaberry 1-0-3, D’Amico 1-0-3, Reinert 1-0-2, Scott 1-0-2, Bobelis 1-0-2, Canestro 1-0-2. Totals: 21-55 10-11 57.

Halftime: Union, 36-20. Three-point goals: Callies 4, Mason 4, Winney, Donohue, Reagan.

SAINT ROSE 67, AIC 62

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Junior guard Dan Mundweiler gave the Golden Knights the lead and clinched the game by going 4-for-4 from the line in the final 65 seconds as the Golden Knights clipped the Yellow Jackets in a Northeast-10 Conference game.

Andre Pope netted and Tyler Sayre each had 16 points for the 4-2, 6-2 Golden Knights. Dominykas Milka scored 15 points, and Mundweiler finished with 12.

SAINT ROSE

Pope 5-3-16, Sayre 6-4-16, Milka 5-5-15, Mundweiler 3-4-12, Hong 2-0-4, Sinko 1-0-2,Wilson 1-0-2. Totals: 23-62 16-25 67.

AIC

Ikpah 5-4-15, Braithwaite 6-1-15, Hudson 3-2-10, Perrier 2-2-7, Gutridge 2-0-6, Campbell 2-1-5, Ellis 1-0-2, Schmidkunz 1-0-2. Totals: 22-57 10-12 62.

Halftime: AIC, 28-22. Three-point goals: Mundweiler 2, Pope 3, Hudson 2, Braithwaite 2, Gutridge 2, Perrier, Ikpah.

SCCC 76, CAYUGA CC 74

SCHENECTADY — Matt Berth-iaume scored 16 points, and Terrance Blanchard added 14 as the Royals beat Cayuga CC.

Schenectady’s Reece Jackson contributed 11 points and 10 rebounds for 7-6 Royals.

CAYUGA CC

Holmes 2-0-4, Statton 8-0-16, Bird 4-0-9, Donalson 8-1-17, Norgbey 2-0-5, Holley 9-4-23. Totals: 33-5-74.

SCCC

O. Brown 4-0-8, Jackson 3-5-11, Gregg 4-0-9, Clement 3-0-6, Kemble 2-1-7, J. Brown 2-1-5, Blanchard 6-1-14, Berthiume 6-1-16. Totals: 30-9-76.

Halftime: Cayuga CC 39, SCCC 39. Three-point goals: Bird, Norgbey, Holley, Gregg, Kemble 2, Blanchard, Berthiaume 3.

RPI 91, FISHER 73

LYNN, Mass. — Senior captain Brendan Farley poured in 31 points to lift the Engineers over the Falcons at Fectau-Leary Gymnasium.

RPI (5-3) also got 20 points from Tyler Gendron.

RPI

Farley 8-9-31, Gendron 7-2-20, Zajac 3-2-9, Martin 2-1-5, Almodovar 2-0-4, Hatton 0-5-5, White 2-0-5, Keefe 0-3-3, Colas 1-0-3, Harrington 0-2-2, Dugas 1-0-2, Cardenas 1-0-2. Totals: 27-84 24-38 91.

FISHER

McCorkle 8-3-20, Shular 5-3-14, Green 3-0-8, Murphy 1-2-4, Nwadike 5-0-10, Thweatt 2-3-7, Jones 1-2-5, Radiconi 2-0-5. Totals: 27-70 13-25 73.

Halftime: RPI, 46-42. Three-point goals: Farley 6, Gendron 4, Zajac, White, Colas, McCorkle, Shular, Green 2, Jones, Radiconi.

PURCHASE 77, SAGE 74

PURCHASE —The Panthers rallied from a 43-26 halftime deficit to beat the Gators in a Skyline Conference game.

Craig Davis netted 18 points, and Joel Neri and Justin Person combined for 18 more to lead the 2-1, 5-1 Panthers.

Sage (1-2, 4-4) was led by Mason Horne with 21 points and Jeff Stopera and Matt Fabotko with 12 apiece.

SAGE

Stopera 3-5-12, Horne 8-3-21, Farbotko 4-4-12, Ford 2-0-4, Sager 1-1-3, LaClair 0-3-3, Hennep 2-0-4, Nwanna 1-4-7, Hornedo 4-0-8. Totals: 25-58 20-26 74.

PURCHASE

Atkins 1-0-2, Nixon 2-2-7, Person 6-0-13, Haughton 1-4-6, Neri 6-3-15, Reynolds 2-2-8, Braithwaite 3-2-8, Davis -6-18. Totals: 27-55 19-29 77.

Halftime: Sage, 43-26. Three-point goals: Stopera, Horne 2, Nwanna, Nixon, Person, Reynolds 2.

MIDDLEBURY 74, SKIDMORE 53

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — The Panthers were 7-for-14 from three-point range and made all 17 free throws en route to beating the Thoroughbreds.

Peter Lynch scored 16 points to lead five double-digit scorers for 8-0 Middlebury. Aldin Medunjanin scored 17 for 5-2 Skidmore.

SKIDMORE

Yiljep 0-3-3, Medunjanin 6-4-17, Dahill 0-3-3, Merrill 6-2-15, Anyam 3-0-6, Lowry 1-4-6, Moore 1-0-3. Totals: 17-47 16-21 53.

MIDDLEBURY

Wolfin 2-8-12, Kizel 6-1-15, Thompson 5-2-15, Lynch 5-6-16, Roberts 2-0-4, Bulluck 1-0-2, Merryman 4-0-10. Totals: 25-56 17-17 74.

Halftime: Middlebury, 33-28. Three-point goals: Mednunjanin, Merrill, Moore, Kizel 2, Thompson 3, Merryman 2.

KEUKA 82, SUNY-COBLESKILL 69

COBLESKILL — Teddy Tuggles fired in 23 points as the Storm beat the Fighting Tigers in the NEAC opener at Iorio Gym.

Mike Marcelin (20) and Dane Brown (18) led the 0-1, 2-8 Fighting Tigers.

KEUKA

Tuggles 7-6-23, Wagner 3-4-12, Starks 3-4-10, Healey 7-0-14, Boyer 3-1-8, Zambito 1-0-3, Williams 2-3-8, Hixson 2-0-4. Totals: 28-60 18-26 82.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Nunez 5-1-12, Brown 7-2-18, Jeffres 2-0-5, Woods 2-4-8, Marcelin 8-4-20, Otero 1-2-5, Davis 0-1-3. Totals: 25-65 14-24 69.

Halftime: SUNY-Cobleskill, 36-32. Three-point goals: Tuggles 3, Wagner 2, Boyer, Zambito, Williams, Nunez, Brown 2, Jeffres, Otero.

HVCC 75, BROOME CC 45

BINGHAMTON — Shenendehowa High School graduate Jose Reyes poured in 16 points to pace the 9-5 Vikings.

BROOME CC

Johnson 1-0-2, Porham 3-0-6, Stewart 1-0-2, Saunders 8-5-22, Dodzie 1-0-3, McMurray 3-0-8, Barry 1-0-2. Totals: 18-5-45.

HVCC

Dean 4-4-12, Kruzinski 4-0-12, Reyes 6-2-16, Taylor 3-0-9, Giglio 5-0-13, Ohanian 1-0-2, Chapman 1-0-2, Monson 2-0-5, Williams 1-1-3. Totals: 27-7-75.

Halftime: HVCC, 45-32. Three-point goals: Saunders 3, Dodzie, McMurray 2, Kruzinski 4, Reyes 2, Taylor 3, Giglio 3, Monson.

Women’s basketball

AIC 65, SAINT ROSE 40

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The Yellow Jackets held the Golden Knights to a season-low 27.3 shooting performance from the field en route to a wire-to-wire victory.

Alyssa Roach pumped in 15 points, and Ebony Easter added 11 for AIC. Mariah Lesure scored 11 for 0-6, 2-6 Saint Rose.

SAINT ROSE

Lesure 4-3-11, Van Bourgondien 1-4-6, Bini 1-2-5, Bro. O’Shea 2-1-5, Walton 2-0-4, Sanchez 2-0-4, Polce 0-2-2, Glanzman 0-2-2, Bri. O’Shea 0-1-1. Totals: 12-44 15-24 40.

AIC

Roach 5-2-15, Easter 3-4-11, Bishop 3-2-9, Tepley 4-1-9, Ferrentino 2-2-6, Noble 2-0-5, Morles 1-4-4, Sagay 0-4-4, Johnson 1-0-2. Totals: 21-63 16-18 65.

Halftime: AIC, 31-16. Three-point goals: Bini, Roach 3, Easter 2, Noble, Bishop.

UNION 63, WILLIAM SMITH 51

GENEVA — The Dutchmen registered 14 unanswered points to rally past the Herons in Liberty League action.

Shayla Madden scored 18 points to lead the 2-0, 5-3 Dutchwomen, while Amy Loya and Brittney Kenney chipped in with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

UNION

Madden 7-0-18, Loya 5-3-13, Kenney 3-5-11, McDonald 2-4-7, Thompson 2-0-4, Schmidt 2-0-=4, Niedzwiecki 1-0-2, Schmeer 1-0-2, Erdman 1-0-2. Totals: 26-61 10-15 63.

WILLIAM SMITH

Hayter 5-3-13, Murphy 6-0-12, O’Brien 4-0-9, Salvatore 2-3-7, Borenstein 2-0-5, Breen 1-1-3, Rubin 0-2-2. Totals: 20-72 9-11 51.

Halftime: William Smith, 29-26. Three-point goals: Madden 4, McDonald, O’Brien, Borenstein.

KEUKA 68, SUNY-COBLESKILL 43

COBLESKILL — Danielle Gravel tossed in 16 points, and Maria Mouzon backed her up with 10 points as the Storm beat the Fighting Tigers in their NEAC opener at Iorio Gymnasium.

Cobleskill (0-1, 1-6) was led by Kady Porterfield with 11 points and Heidi Anderson with 10.

KEUKA

Gravel 6-1-16, Szwec 2-0-5, Brandrowski 2-0-4, Chamberlain 1-0-2, Mouzon 5-0-10, Pendrak 3-2-8, Hadley 2-1-5, Cole 2-1-6, McDonald 3-0-6, Kubitz 1-4-6. Totals: 27-64 9-16 68.

SUNY-COBLESKILL

Concepcion 3-0-6, Anderson 4-0-10, Efthimiou 1-1-3, Davenport 1-0-2, Porterfield 2-7-11, Hauser 2-1-5, Davis 3-0-6. Totals: 16-63 9-13 43.

Halftime: Keuka, 32-22. Three-point goals: Gravel 3, Szwec, Cole, Anderson 2.

MIDDLEBURY 68, SKIDMORE 59

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — Tracy Borsinger posted 23 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lift the Panthers over the Thoroughbreds.

Skidmore (2-5) was paced by Skylar Caligaris with 15 points and Dani DeGregory with 12.

SKIDMORE

Caligaris 5-0-15, Botiba 3-2-8, Wartts 2-1-5, McLaughlin 2-0-5, Frederick 1-2-4, DeGregory 3-4-12, Holgate 3-2-8, Scheurell 1-0-2. Totals: 20-60 11-14 59.

MIDDLEBURY

Borsinger 7-6-23, Pett 5-2-12, Crews 4-2-11, Lowry 2-2-7, Kirk 2-1-5, Marcus 2-1-6, Conroy 1-0-2, Logan 1-0-2. Totals: 24-60 14-24 68.

Halftime: Middlebury, 32-18. Three-point goals: Caligaris 5, McLaughlin, DeGregory 2, Borsinger 2, Crews, Lowry, Marcus.

AMHERST 74, RPI 43

AMHERST, Mass. — Marcia Voigt topped four double-figure scorers with 19 points as unbeaten Amherst beat RPI.

Sarah Wetmore led RPI (6-3) with 18 points.

RPI

Tetrault 1-0-2, Lynch 2-0-4, Wetmore 5-8-18, Rock 2-4-8, Piotrowski 3-0-6, Reynolds 2-0-5. Totals: 15-56 12-14 43.

AMHERST

Crowley 2-0-4, Robertson 4-0-8, Voigt 7-3-19, Pritchard 1-2-4, Hassell 2-1-6, Holness 5-3-13, Zwecker 1-8-10, Giddins 4-2-10. Totals: 26-62 19-25 74.

Halftime: Amherst, 38-16. Three-point goals: Reynolds, Voigt 2, Hassell.

HVCC 61, BROOME CC 33

BINGHAMTON — The Vikings pulled away in the second half to crush Broome CC.

Rose LaPietra scored 10 of her career-high 14 points in the second half for the 4-7 Vikings. Schenec-tady High School graduate Rashelle Frazier posted her 10th double-double of the season with 18 points and 23 rebounds.

HVCC

Creighton 3-2-8, Frazier 7-3-18, LaPietra 7-0-14, Smith 5-1-11, Tomeck 5-0-10. Totals: 27-6-61.

ERIE CC

McElwain 1-0-2, Mullins 3-1-7, Celiberti 3-0-6, Pipher 2-1-5, Marshall 3-2-8, Conway 2-1-5. Totals: 12-5-33.

Halftime: HVCC, 24-23. Three-point goals: Mullins, Marsall, Frazier.

SCCC 78, CAYUGA 48

SCHENECTADY — Karley Murray’s 14 points and 13 rebounds helped the 7-3 Royals top Cayuga CC.

CAYUGA CC

Agnew 6-4-17, Smith 4-9-17, Alonzo o1-0-3, Shaff 1-0-2, Shattinger 1-2-4, Carlson 2-0-5. Totals: 15-15-48.

SCCC

Santoro 3-6-12, Pucci 5-0-11, Tillapaugh 0-3-3, Sanboef 2-1-5, McGlynn 2-6-12, Murray 7-0-14, Funk 2-3-7, Dickson 6-0-12. Totals: 27-19-78.

Halftime: SCCC, 48-28. Three-point goals: Agnrew, Alonzo, Carlson, Pucci, McGlynn 2.

 
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