High School Roundup: Wrighter nets 21 to spark Windsor boys past Johnson City

High School Roundup: Wrighter nets 21 to spark Windsor boys past Johnson City


High School Roundup: Wrighter nets 21 to spark Windsor boys past Johnson City


Nate Wrighter scored a game-high 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds, leading Windsor to a 65-55 victory over visiting Johnson City in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference boys basketball game Friday night.

Wrighter scored nine of his points in the third quarter, when the Black Knights outscored the Wildcats, 18-9, to grab a 46-35 advantage, and seven more in the fourth.

Michael Beebe had 15 points and 12 rebounds and Frank Martino had eight of his 12 points in the first half for Windsor.

Patrick Garey led the way with 12 points and Matt Czeitner and Dominic Nadz added 11 apiece for JC.

Chenango Valley 64, Owego 61: At CV, Gavin Ashman led all scorers with 20 points as the Warriors (6-3) held on to defeat the Indians in a STAC matchup. Ashman also grabbed eight rebounds, while Mark Mullins scored 14 points, had six rebounds and dished out seven assists.

Will Gladney scored 18 points and Zane Paradies added 14 for Owego, which outscored CV 40-31 in the second half and 17-13 in the fourth quarter but was never able to take the lead.

Seton Catholic Central 48, Chenango Forks 42: At CF, David George and Robert Olsen each made 3-pointers in the final minutes to guide the Saints to a STAC victory over the Blue Devils. Michael Korchak scored a game-high 13 points as SCC outscored Forks 20-13 in the decisive fourth quarter.

Andrew Ziegenfus, LJ Watson and Rob Story had 8 points each for Forks.

Greene 64, Walton 56: At Greene, Zach Wentlent scored 19 points, Brandon Davis added 14 and Justin Ekstrom had 13 to lead the Trojans to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Whitney Point 74, Southern Cayuga 54: At Whitney Point, Zach Marsh had 25 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, leading the Eagles past the Chiefs in an Interscholastic Athletic Conference game.

Gabe Shrauger added 20 points and 12 rebounds for Whitney Point (8-1), which outscored SC 26-8 in the second quarter.

Tom Miller scored 26 points and Justin Schneider had 19 for Southern Cayuga (5-5).

Girls basketball

Maine-Endwell 81, Binghamton 35: At Maine-Endwell, Julie Yacovoni had 19 points and seven rebounds, leading the Spartans in a STAC contest.

Martine Bosch had 14 points and Daniella Dean added 13 points and 11 assists for M-E (8-1), which outscored Binghamton 29-10 in the second quarter and 23-8 in the third.

Ana Farahane scored 10 points to lead the Patriots.

Johnson City 50, Windsor 20: At Johnson City, Christina Carpentieri led all scorers with 15 points as the Wildcats outscored the Black Knights 27-6 in the first half.

Lydia Ladd scored 12 points and Lucille Dellos added 10 for Johnson City (5-4).

Chase Moran led Windsor with eight points.

Seton Catholic Central 71, Chenango Forks 29: At SCC, Lexus Levy scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Saints (6-4) to a STAC victory.

Oneonta 51, Susquehanna Valley 29: At SV, Mariah Ruff scored nine of her game-high 20 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Yellow Jackets over the Sabers in STAC play. Maddie Blackman had 11 points and 15 rebounds for SV.

Owego 40, Chenango Valley 29: At Owego, Emily Merrill led all scorers with 11 points as the Indians earned a STAC victory over the Warriors.

Rachel Merrill contributed seven points and 10 rebounds and Jill Silvanic added seven points and six assists for the Indians (8-2), who led 19-10 at the half.

Hannah Elliott scored 10 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and made six steals for CV (8-3).


Maine-Endwell 4, Binghamton 2: At SUNY Broome, Jeremy Wilber notched a hat trick and added an assist, leading Maine-Endwell to victory in a Broome County High School Hockey Association game.

Wilber put one top shelf over Binghamton goalie Michelle Schultz in the first period. Justin Rozen scored to tie it for Binghamton early in the second, but Wilbert tallied again with 3:38 remaining in the period to put M-E (10-2-1) up 2-1.

Wilber completed the hat trick with 9:14 left in the third, then assisted on Kyle Balmer’s goal with 3:34 remaining. Balmer had a goal and an assist.

Gene Segrue had a goal and an assist for Binghamton (7-6-1).


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