Seniors Michael Beebe and Stephen Centorani combined for 59 points as visiting Windsor won its non-league opener, 69-56, in a non-league boys basketball game at Harpursville on Tuesday.
Beebe had a game-high 36 points and Centorani finished with 23 points. Beebe’s night included a handful of dunks.
Only up five at halftime, Windsor outscored the Hornets 39-31 over the final two quarters.
The win marked the first for former Binghamton University and Chenango Forks coach Jim Norris as Windsor’s head man. Norris coached Windsor’s junior varsity team the past two seasons before taking over for Joe Costello this season.
Payton Dean scored a team-high 25 points and Clinton Furgeson contributed 16 points for Harpursville.
Windsor will travel to Norwich at 6 p.m. Friday.
Chenango Forks 67, Bainbridge-Guilford 45: Caleb Link hit four 3-pointers en route to a game-high 16 points to lead host Chenango Forks to a non-league victory.
Trevor Borchardt, fresh off helping the Blue Devils football team to a Class C state championship, contributed 14 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks. Ryan Ehrets, also a key member of the football team, had 10 points.
Trevor Halaquist hit three 3-pointers and scored 13 points for Bainbridge-Guilford.
Seton Catholic Central 77, Unatego 43: Sophomore forward Peter Hartrick tallied a game-high 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as the Saints cruised to victory in a non-league game. Hartrick contributed six steals, six assists and two blocks.
Sophomore guard Leo Gallagher had 17 points and four steals, and Luke Meier finished with 12 points, six rebounds and two steals for the Saints.
Derek Beams led Unatego with 18 points and Braedon Beatle contributed 11 points.
Elmira Notre Dame 54, Odessa-Montour 42: Freshman forward Ben Cook had a double-double in his varisty debut to lead the host Crusaders to an Interscholastic Athletic Conference victory. Cook tallied 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.
Trailing by five points after the first quarter, the Crusaders’ defense settled in and held the Indians to 11 combined points in the second and third. Pat Brown also hit three 3-point field goals during the second quarter, helping the Crusaders to a 30-25 lead at the half.
END forced 25 turnovers.
Bainbridge-Guilford 65, Chenango Forks 54: Host Bainbridge-Guilford shot 7-for-7 from the foul line over the final three minutes to secure the win in a non-league game.
Chenango Forks cut the lead to 58-51 with about 3:30 left, but freshman guard Abigail Selfridge netted five free throws and Jillian Cannistra hit two in the closing stretch.
Selfridge led B-G with 21 points. Teammate Megan Palmatier contributed 16 and Rebecca Reyes had 15.
The Blue Devils’ Alex Yoest had 21 points and teammate Lindsey Stone chipped in 11 points.
Ithaca 113, Maine-Endwell 72: Senior Andrew Mkhailichenko led Ithaca to a season opening victory, breaking two school records in the process.
Mkhailichenko broke his pool records in the 100-yard breaststroke (1:01.01) and 200 individual medley (2:01.71). He set the previous pool records in his sophomore season while swimming for Maine-Endwell. Mkhailichenko had a hand in four victories, contributing to the Little Red’s victories in the 200-yard medley relay and the 400 freestyle relay.
Maine-Endwell junior Jordan Klym also broke a pool record in diving. Klym scored 319.60, breaking the mark of 271.15 that he set.