Junior forward Austin Haskell registered 19 points to lead Susquehanna Valley over Greene, 53-47, in a non-leauge boys’ basketball game to open the season. Haskell netted seven field goals while shooting 5-for-9 from the line.
Trailing by 13 points in the fourth quarter, Greene (1-2) rallied to tie the game at 45-all, hitting a jump shot with three minutes left to play.
The Sabers (1-0) responded with a 9-2 run down the stretch to secure the game. Haskell scored six points and Lucas Davy netted two free throws during that span.
Davy tallied eight points, including two 3-point field goals, while Greene’s Jordan Harrington kept pace with 13 points on five field goals.
Waverly 48, Newfield 40: Matt McFarland and Peyton Miller led Waverly, as the Wolverines staved off a late rally to secure an Interscholastic Athletic Conference victory.
Newfield came within three points in the fourth quarter, cutting the lead to 42-39. However, McFarland put back an offensive rebound with two minutes left and Miller made a key steal a minute later to help Waverly hold on.
Hunter Bodine led the Wolverines with 15 points, while the Trojans’ Greg Moravec netted a game-high 23 points.
Trumansburg 77, Union Springs 59: Trumansburg jumped to a 19-9 lead after the first quarter and upended host Union Springs in an IAC game.
The Wolves matched the Blue Raiders’ eight 3-point field goals, but couldn’t keep up on the boards.
Austin Grunder scored a game-high 25 points for the Blue Raiders, while teaming up with Trevor Rumsey, Luke Richards and Zack Ives to control offensive rebounds.
Nick Valentino put up 15 points for Union Springs, followed by Mike Burtless with 11 and Austin Quick with 10.
Chenango Valley 32, Sidney 27: Bella LoVuolo scored 11 of her 12 points in the first quarter to lift host Chenango Valley over Sidney.
LoVuolo, a sophmore, bailed out CV’s poor free-throw shooting to secure the win. Valley shot 7-for-21 from the line.
Chenango Valley did not trail at any point in the game.
Jenna McDonald led Sidney with 14 points.
Newfield 49, Waverly 45: Mariyah Byrd scored 19 points and added six assists and six rebounds to lead Newfield to a win over visiting Waverly in IAC play.
After trailing at half, the Trojans came out strong in the second half to eventually take a nine point lead. Waverly then got the deficit down to 3 with under a minute to play until Newfield iced the game with free throws.
Newfield (1-0) will host Notre Dame on Friday.
Moravia 51, Dryden 28: Zoe Barrington scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Moravia to a win in its opening game.
Marissa Hingston also contributed 18 points and eight rebounds and Sierra Lyon had four points, four steals, three assists and five rebounds.
Amy Gardner led Dryden with 11 points.
Nick Cannon contributed to this report.