Owen Vincent led his Dover High School boys basketball team to the Pawling Tiger Athletic Club Tip-off tournament championship with a 65-29 victory over Webutuck on Saturday.
Vincent had 23 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Dragons, while Jeff Haegler added 11 and John Fontana had 10.
Tomas Espinosa-Lopez paced Webutuck with 13 points.
Dover (2-0) visits Onteora Monday.
Late Friday, Webutuck topped Pawling 48-45 in the same tournament.
Espinosa-Lopez had 13 points and Hunter Coulthard and Chris Milano had 10 apiece for Webutuck. Andrew Thrasher had seven of his nine points in the last three minutes.
Pawling 47, Pine Plains 35
— Dan Huggard led all scorers with 27 points, pacing the Tigers in the consolation game of their own Pawling Tiger Athletic Club Tip-Off tournament.
David Bellucci added 14 points and was named to the all-tournament team for Pawling (1-2).
Henry Roemer scored 16 points to lead the Bombers, and he also earned an all-tournament accolade. Hunter Parks contributed nine points for Pine Plains.
Pawling hosts Millbrook on Monday.
Baldwin 46, Red Hook 36 — Will Avis led the Raiders with 15 points in a game that was part of the Upstate/Downstate Classic in Uniondale, Long Island.
“The first quarter was a struggle for us,” said head coach Matt Hayes, whose Raiders gave up five 3-pointers in the opening period and trailed 19-6 early. “I was happy with the way we played in the final three quarters. It was a good experience for our guys.”
Dennis Hare contributed 11 points for Red Hook (0-1), which travels to Saugerties on Friday.
Bronxville 63, Haldane 54 — Cold Spring’s Blue Devils led by as many as 12 points and trailed by as many as 18 in the road loss.
Peter Hoffmann scored 27 for Haldane (1-1), which hosts Roy C. Ketcham Tuesday.
Putnam Valley 79, John Jay 69 — Shane McDonald scored a team-high 17 points for host John Jay late Friday, but Putnam Valley spoiled Terry Feeley’s debut as the Patriots’ head coach.
Putnam Valley’s Ryan Basso scored a game-high 37 points, had 11 field goals and was 9 for 11 at the free-throw line. Basso had 14 points in a fourth quarter in which Putnam Valley outscored John Jay 28-11.
Also contributing for John Jay were Hugh Huggins (15 points, 14 rebounds), Ryan Metz (14 points) and Ryan Schumacher (10 points, 11 rebounds).
“Basso is a heck of a player and was the story of the night, He was in the zone,” Feeley said in a statement. “I was proud of how our kids hung in there after getting blown out in the first quarter. We were able to tie the game at 46, but Basso was too much for us down the stretch, scoring 14 more points in the fourth quarter.”
Feeley said the Patriots had 18 turnovers.
“My guys played hard tonight,” Feeley said. “We’ll build on the positives and improve on the negatives as we go forward.”
Girls cross country
Arlington senior Bella Burda completed her historic season by placing 44th at the Nike Cross Nationals in Portland, Oregon. Burda finished the 5-kilometer course in 18 minutes, 33 seconds.
Burda qualified for the meet after winning the regional meet at Bowdoin Park last week, having already won the state Federation and public high school championships. She won all 10 of her meets prior to Saturday.