Lansing boys pull away for basketball win over Edison

Lansing boys pull away for basketball win over Edison


Lansing boys pull away for basketball win over Edison


Lansing used a 23-3 third quarter to pull away for a 58-24 victory over Thomas A. Edison in Interscholastic Athletic Conference boys’ basketball action on Tuesday in Lansing.

Junior guard Zach Detrick led all scorers with 19 points for the Bobcats (2-1 overall, 2-1 IAC), while 6-3 sophomore forward Zach Walker chipped in 10. Lansing led by 11 points at halftime but nearly tripled its lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Junior forward Chris Becker had five points for the Spartans (1-2, 1-2).

Whitney Point 69, Dryden 51: At Whitney Point, the Purple Lions fell to 1-2 on the season despite getting a game-high 26 points from 6-6 junior Ali Abel-Ferretti. Stu Stahlman chipped in 10 points and Trevor Gardner had nine.

Whitney Point (4-0) got 20 points and 14 rebounds from Gabe Shrauger, and 18 points from Brady Harrington. The winners shot 27-of-53 (51 pct.) from the floor.

The Golden Eagles led 38-15 at halftime and stretched the advantage to 61-30 after three quarters. Shrauger had eight of his points in the first period to help the home team get out to a fast start.

Dryden hosts Southern Cayuga on Friday, beginning with the JV game at 6 p.m.

Groton 61, Union Springs 48: At Groton, the Indians (1-1) got 22 points from Andrew Ferris and 11 from Canaan Bowie in picking up their first win of the season.

The Wolves (1-3, 0-3) were led by Harry Fearon, who scored 13 points. Ian Park and Austin Quick chipped in nine apiece.

Groton trailed by five after one quarter but tied it up at the break and took control in the third, outscoring the visitors 23-14.

Elmira Notre Dame 64, Waverly 52: In Southport, the host Crusaders (1-1) buried the Wolverines under an avalanche of 3s, draining 10 shots from beyond the arc, including nine after halftime.

Senior Darius Garvin led the Crusaders with 30 points, including 11-of-11 shooting from the foul line. As a team, END went 14-of-15 from the line.

Sophomore Garrett Sutryk paced Waverly (2-1) with 18 points, with 10 of those coming in the fourth quarter.

Watkins Glen 58, Newark Valley 31: At Newark Valley, four players scored in double figures as the Senecas (1-0) raced to a 31-point lead after three quarters and cruised to a season-opening victory.

Colin Gates paced four double-figure scorers for the Glen with 13 points. Matt Estes added 12, while Justin Kelly and Keith Rekczis contributed 11 apiece.

Chad Wright had 14 points for the Cardinals (2-2, 1-2), who trailed 49-18 heading into the final quarter.

Newfield 62, Spencer-Van Etten 23: At Newfield, senior Brian Barrett scored 17 points and classmate Dekhari Stewart added 16 as the Trojans rolled past the Panthers.

Newfield led, 20-2, after the first quarter and 31-4 at halftime. Chris Dhuy led S-VE (1-4, 1-2) with 12 points.

STAC boys basketball

Horseheads 54, Ithaca 36: At Horseheads, the host Blue Raiders grabbed an 11-2 lead after one quarter and held the Little Red off the rest of the way for the Southern Tier Athletic Conference victory.

Steven Stage had 14 points and both Jordan Ayers and Trevel De’Aragon added seven for Ithaca (0-2), which travels to Binghamton on Friday.

Girls basketball

Lansing 52, Edison 13: At Elmira, Senior guard Shea McCartney scored 14 points for Lansing, which limited the Spartans to six made field goals in an IAC victory.

Caitlyn Yartym scored five points for Edison.

Whitney Point 48, Dryden 46: At Dryden, Jessica Cafferty hit a layup as the buzzer sounded to lift the Golden Eagles past the Purple Lions in a closely played game.

Cafferty finished with a game-high 24 points and teammate Brittany Randall added 16 points for WP. Dryden, which led by three points at halftime, was led by Lindsey Goodenough’s 16 points and Erin Daley’s 12.

Moravia 70, Trumansburg 29: At Moravia, the host Blue Devils led by 21 points after three quarters and nearly doubled that with a 23-3 fourth in cruising past the Blue Raiders.

Marissa Hingston scored 12 points for the winners, while Anna Shelley had eight for T-burg.

Newfield 55, Spencer-Van Etten 32: At Spencer, Mariyah Byrd led all scorers with 18 points, including a pair of 3-pointers and 6-for-7 foul shooting, for the Trojans.

The Panthers got eight points from Kelsey Pierce and seven from Dallia Rorick, who made both of her team’s 3’s.

Candor 52, Tioga 39: At Tioga, the Indians outscored the Tigers 31-19 in the middle two quarters to secure the victory.

Mikayla Short led all scorers with 15 points for Candor, while Tioga got 11 points from Taylor Ayres.

Union Springs 54, Groton 16: At Union Springs, the Wolves held Groton to just seven points through three quarters and got 14 points from Amanda Albino in the victory. Jamison Valentino added 12 points and Michaela Tanner 10 for the winners.

Paige Graham had 10 points for Groton.

STAC boys’ swimming

Ithaca 122, Binghamton 57: At Ithaca, the Little Red (2-0) won 11 of 13 events top the Patriots (0-2). Andrew Mikhailichenko won the 50-yard freestyle and swam a leg on all three winning relays for Ithaca. Francis Schickel did the same, winning the 200 individual medley and swimming on all relays.

Ithaca is off till Jan. 8, 2015, when it hosts Corning-Painted Post.

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