MORRISVILLE STATE WINS 3 OT THRILLER 83-80 OVER BROCKPORT-MEN’S HOOPS-MHTS FRIDAY SCOREBOARD
MY HOMETOWN SPORTS LOCAL COLLEGE & HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
NCAA D 3 Tournament
Morrisville State 83 Brockport 80 3OT-Jailann Kinsey 20 Tom Wilk 18 to lead Mustangs.
Colgate 7 Oneonta 0
NC State 79 SU 63-Brittney Sykes 14 to lead the Orange
Spring Fling Tourney
Colgate 1 Bowling Green 0
U-Tenn. Martin 7 Colgate 1
Colgate 7 Oneonta 0
Class A Regional semifinal
JD 50 Malone 44
SU 63 Clemson 53-Brianna Butler 32 points to pace the Orange.
UC 14 SUNYIT 4
Section 3 Class B Final
Oneida is the 2014 Section 3 Class B Boys Volleyball Champion. Takes game three 25-21 and the match 3 games to none over VVS.
Oneida puts on an offensive clinic in game 2 win over VVS 25-9. 1 win away from the Section 3 crown.
Oneida rolls to a 25-8 win over VVS in game 1 of the Class B Section 3 Final best of 5 series.
Section 3 Class C Final
Canastota scores the last 3 points to top Mt Markham 25-22 and win the Section 3 Class C Championship!
Canastota rips off an 11-4 tear to end game 4 and beats MtMarkham 25-21. We are headed to a winner take all game #5.
Thunderous kills by Mike Gras and Zach Brown power Mt Markham to game 3 win over Canastota, 25-20. 2-1 Mustangs as we go to game 4.
Mt. Markham scratches the second game out 25-23. Stota’s height advantage proving troublesome to Mustangs. Gm 3 about to start. 1-1 after 2.
Canastota takes game 1 from top seeded Mt. Markham 25-20. Boys Class C Sectional Final. Upset brewing?
Quarterfinal American 59 Colgate 50-Murphy Brunatowski 15 points to pace Colgate.
Nazareth 16 Hamilton 11-Sam Sweet with 6 goals for the Continentals.
UC 7 Skidmore 5-Rebecca Plunkett with 3 goals for the Lady Pioneers.
Cornell 15 Colgate 7-Megan Ark with 3 goals for the Raiders.
High School Boys Hoops
Class A Regional
Bishop Ludden 71 Massena 50
Men’s Lacrosse Colgate 7 Hofstra 5
Georgia Tech 67 Syracuse 62
Syracuse, NY (SportsNetwork.com) – Syracuse’s slump continued Tuesday with a home loss to an underwhelming Georgia Tech squad that had dropped four in a row coming in.
Trae Golden scored a team-high 16 points and made critical free throws down the stretch as the Yellow Jackets upset the seventh-ranked Orange 67-62 in another blow to Syracuse’s stretch run.
Daniel Miller filled the stat sheet with 15 points, six rebounds, six blocks and four assists, and Robert Carter Jr. added 12 points for Georgia Tech (14-16, 5-12 ACC), which held the Orange to 39.1 percent shooting.
Syracuse (26-4, 13-4) is mired in a 1-4 slump following a 25-0 start that propelled the program to a No. 1 ranking.
C.J. Fair, in his final game at the Carrier Dome, scored 23 of his 28 points in the second half, while Tyler Ennis netted 18 in the setback.
The already-thin Orange, playing without a key cog in the frontcourt in Jerami Grant, received just 16 points from the rest of the roster.
Boys Volleyball Playoffs
Canastota defeats Little Falls 3-0 (25-13, 25-13, 25-22) To advance Class C Finals 5pm Thursday in Oneida
VVS Red Devils defeats Chittenango 3-0, (25-21, 25-17, 28-26) Plays #1Oneida in Oneida at 7pm Thur. for B Title.
Mt Markham boys Volleyball defeated Westmoreland, 3-1 in Class C semi finals. Vs Canastota Thursday at 5pm@Oneida
Latest NYS Poll-2/24
Class D # 1 New York Mills # 15 Poland
Class C # 13 Waterville # 18 Fabius-Pompey
Class B # 1 Westhill # 23 Notre Dame
Class A # 10 Bishop Ludden # 15 JD
Class AA # 21 Proctor
Latest NYS Poll-2/25
Class D # 7 Hamilton # 13 Oriskany # 17 Copenhagen # 18 NYM
Class C # 2 Little Falls # 14 Fabius-Pompey # 20 Cooperstown
Class B # 3 UND # 7 Westhill # 20 Sherburne # 24 S0. Jeff # 25 B. Grimes
Class A # 11 JD
Class AA # 19 CNS # 24 Nottingham # 24 West Genesee
Section 3 Class C Quarterfinal
Westmoreland 3 Herkimer 1-25-20, 24-26, 25-16, 26-24
Patriot League Tournament Opening Round
Colgate 57 Navy 51-Duane Sherman-Newsome 16 points to lead the Raiders.
Morrisville State 10 Univ. Of New England 3
NJCAA Region 3 Final
HCCC 81 Clinton CC 75
Enson Garcia led Herkimer College with 27 points, on 4-for-8 shooting from 3-point range, Jonathan Feiler scored 25 points and pulled down nine rebounds.
Wendall Williams added 11 points, nine rebounds and six assists for HCCC, which moves on to the national championships March 13-15 at Sullivan County Community College.
Morrisville State 73 Lancaster Bible 65-Jordan Prior 16 to pace the winners.
SU 64 Wake Forrest 54-Briana Butler 17 points to pace the Orange.
SU 12 Towson State 7
Charleston Southern 8 Colgate 0
Holland Patent’s Alex Herringshaw was only local wrestler to win a New York State title. The pin earned him the 145-pound weight class crown.
D 1 Regional
Fairport 1 West Genesee 0
D 2 Regional
Auburn 3 Williamsville East 1
Section 3 Finals
NY Mills 64 Oriskany 37 Nick Comenale 31 points for the Marauders. Photo Album
Waterville 58 Fabius-Pompey 49-Zach Sawyer 21 to pace the Indians. Photo Album
Westhill 63 Notre Dame 60-Jerome Brabham 21 to lead ND. Photo Album
Bishop Ludden 76 JD 49
Proctor 83 CNS 79-Tyvon Reed 33 to lead the Raiders. Photo Album
Colgate 74 Lehigh 57-Sherman Newsome-Damo 28 to pace the Raiders.
Morrisville State 91 Penn State Abington 72-Listen to Sunday’s finals with MHTS.
NJCAA Regional semifinal
HCCC 66 MVCC 65 OT
Colgate 2 Darthmouth 1
Oswego State 13 SUNYIT 8
Colgate 9 Bucknell 8
Wesleyan 12 Hamilton 11
SUNYIT 3 Keuka 1
Oswego 10 UC 6
Colgate 13 Drexel 10
Hamilton 8 Wesleyan 7
NJCAA Regional Tourney
MVCC 70 Finger Lakes 66 HCCC 69 North Country 42
HCCC-MVCC meet today at 4PM in semifinal.
Harvard 2 Colgate 1
Appalachian State 3 Colgate 2
Class C Final
Little Falls 59 Fabius-Pompey 38
Class B Final
ND 46 Westhill 39
VVS 3 Mt. Markham 2
Chittenango 3 Little Falls 1
Section 3 Finals
Hamilton 53 Oriskany 49-OT-Jessica Welsh 14 points to lead the Knights.
Jamesville-Dewitt 47 Whitesboro 38-Carly O’Hern 27 points to lead the Rams.
VVS 3 Chittenango 0-25-16-25-17-25-19
Canastota 3 Westmoreland 0-25-17-25-14-25-19
Colgate 83 LaFayette 66 men’s hoops final. Murphy Burnatowski nets 25 for Colgate.
Mount Markham 3 Herkimer 0-25-13-25-18-25-19
Little Falls 3 Sauquoit Valley 2-15-25-25-33-17-25-25-18
Canastota 3 VVS 1-19-25-27-25-25-20-25-22
Morrisville State 8 Farmingdale 4
Canisius 12 Colgate 11
Section 3 Class winners: Class C-D Holland Patent, Class B VVS, Class A Auburn
Section 3 Class winners: Sherburne-Earlville Class C-D, Proctor Class A
Class A Proctor wins its first Section III title Tuesday. The Raiders ended up with a score of 5,925, narrowly edging Oswego by seven pins.
Proctor moves on to the state tournament, which will take place this weekend on Long Island.
Team members are: Ben Loughlin, Justin Durham, Dominic Furgal, Andrew Reed, Joe Mitchell, Nick Cohen, Stone Hickey, Matt Ruffing, Bryan Moon and James Sorensen.
Mt. Markham 3 Central Valley 0-25-12-25-13-25-19.
Oneida 3 Chittenango 0-25-17-25-26-25-17-David Kann, Derek Connelly 12 kills each.
Class B Boys V-ball Sectional Seedings; #1 Oneida, #2 VVS, #3 Chittenango; Chitt @ VVS 3/4/14 @6pm
Boys Volleyball Playoffs. Monday 3/3/14 starts both Class C& Class B Tournaments. Full Seedings will be announced Sunday. Finals Oneida High School 3/6/14
Final Score: (4) Syracuse 57, Maryland 55
College Park, MD (SportsNetwork.com) – It wasn’t easy, but the fourth-ranked Syracuse Orange returned to their winning ways Monday night with a 57-55 victory over the Maryland Terrapins.
Tyler Ennis had 20 points and six rebounds for the Orange (26-2, 13-2, ACC), who bounced back from consecutive losses to Boston College and Duke. C.J. Fair added 17 points and nine boards.
Syracuse now trails Virginia by one game for first place in the ACC. The Orange play at Virginia on Saturday.
Oneida 3 Westmoreland 0-Oneida wins CSC West title.
Mt. Markham 3 Sauquoit 0
Little Falls 3 Central Valley 0
Canastota 3 Chittenango 1