Brian Cox’s only points of the game came on a tying 3-pointer at the buzzer at the end of the first overtime and visiting Chenango Valley pulled away for a 72-67 double-overtime victory over Windsor in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference boys basketball game Tuesday night.
Cox gathered up a long rebound and, according to Windsor coach Joe Costello, quickly “chested it up there” to send the game into the second extra period.
The Warriors opened the second OT with five straight points and David Trudeaux scored five of his 12 points in the final period.
Mark Mullins grabbed nine rebounds to go along with his team-high 13 points and Matt Personius had five steals for CV.
Nate Wrighter had 13 rebounds and Jacob Conroy nine rebounds and five assists for Windsor, which was led by Josh Cady’s 15 points.
Maine-Endwell 98, Corning 60: At Maine-Endwell, Jake Sinicki scored all 20 of his points in the first half to lead the Spartans.
Kyle Gallagher scored 22 points, 15 in the first half, as M-E grabbed a 57-28 halftime lead.
Luke Terwilliger scored 15 points and Devin Sullivan added 11 for the Hawks.
Union-Endicott 92, Vestal 53: At Vestal, CJ Krowiak led all scorers with 25 points and Matthew Eastman added 21 for the Tigers. Krowiak went 13-for-14 from the foul line and Eastman made seven 3-pointers. Osama Barwari added 14 points for U-E, which led 47-25 at halftime.
Kevin Franz scored a team-high 10 points for Vestal.
Lansing 54, Whitney Point 48: At Lansing, Ben Rourke led all scorers with 22 points as the Bobcats handed the Golden Eagles their second loss of the season in an Interscholastic Athletic Conference contest.
Thomas Towner scored 12 points and Zach Detrick added 10 for Lansing (8-3), which trailed 25-23 at the half before outscoring the visitors 16-8 in the third quarter.
Gabe Shrauger scored 21 points and Zach Marsh had 10 for Whitney Point (10-2).
Hancock 52, Deposit 51: At Hancock, Ryan Smith scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Hancock held on to win a Midstate Athletic Conference game.
Eli Holton had 11 points, 10 rebounds and five assists and Zacj Worobey added 16 points, including a banked-in 3-pointer with 3:10 left to give Hancock its first lead.
Candor 63, Odessa-Montour 48: At Odessa-Montour, Zach Balzer and James Thompkins each scored 12 points to lead the Indians in the IAC game.
Tyler Clark scored a game-high 13 points for O-M.
Candor 58, Odessa-Montour 31: At Candor, Sierra Szwec scored 18 points, grabbed eight rebounds and added eight assists to lead the Indians (8-2) to an IAC win.
Hancock 51, Deposit 26: At Hancock, Caitlyn Wormuth led all scorers with 23 points as Hancock (5-7) earned a MAC victory. Wormuth also had nine rebounds and had six steals.
Owego 42, Chenango Valley 28: At Owego, Nate Bell recorded his 150th varsity victory as the Indians won the STAC match.
Bell, who usually wrestles at 145 pounds, moved up to 152 and pinned CV’s Jack Riegal in 2 minutes, 43 seconds.
In the 170-pound bout, Owego’s David Lopez and CV’s Robert Woodward went back and forth before Lopez scored the pin in 5:30.
Johnson City 63, Oneonta 18: At Johnson City, a pair of eighth-graders led the way in the Wildcats’ victory.
In the 99-pound bout, Erick Rigal scored a 9-5 decision over Lucas Chiappisi and Tim Reed beat Jimmy Verrelli, 4-2, giving JC a 36-12 advantage.
Chenango Forks 43, Norwich 39: At Forks, trailing 39-22, the Blue Devils won the last four bouts to edge the Purple Tornado in a Section 4 dual meet. CJ Gould pinned Jacob Perone in 1 minute, 20 seconds at 195 pounds to clinch the victory.
Maine-Endwell 95, Binghamton 91: At Binghamton, the Maine-Endwell relay team of Franco Incitti, Dylan Wasilnak, Nick Rogers, Hunter Brown set a Binghamton pool record in the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:43.61, breaking the previous record of 1:43.76 set by a Union-Endicott team in 1999.
Union-Endicott splits with Vestal: At Midway Lanes, eighth-grader Zach Shara rolled a 288 in the second game, but the U-E boys fell 3-2 to Vestal.
Shara started with 10 strikes before hitting eight pins and converting the spare to end the game. Shara finished with a 634 series.
The U-E girls scored a 5-0 victory. Renee Marcyan had the high series with a 622 for the Tigers.