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VARSITY BASKETBALL: Westmo, Tri-Valley, RFA, Whitesboro, CVA

Posted 1/12/23

Doyle lifts Westmoreland, RFA cruises past Whitesboro and more.

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VARSITY BASKETBALL: Westmo, Tri-Valley, RFA, Whitesboro, CVA


Doyle lifts Westmoreland over Sauquoit Valley

A late three-pointer got Westmoreland to overtime, where the Bulldogs beat Sauquoit Valley 57-54 at home Tuesday.

Bryan Doyle hit the shot to tie the game at the end of regulation, a three-pointer that was part of his 13 points. He also had 15 rebounds for a double-double in the Center State Conference boys basketball win.

Jack Williams and Payton Livingston scored 12 each for the Bulldogs and Mitchell Holmes added 10.

Statistics for Sauquoit were not submitted.

Westmoreland (2-9) plays at Oriskany at 7 p.m. at Oriskany.

Sauquoit (6-5) plays at Adirondack at 7 p.m. Friday in the league.

Trinkaus sisters get pair of double-doubles

Ella Trinkaus scored 23 and grabbed 13 rebounds for a double-double in Utica-Notre Dame’s 54-47 win over visiting Oneida in Tri-Valley League girls basketball Tuesday.

Trinkaus’ sister Maggie also had a double-double, scoring 11 and pulling down 11 boards.

The teams were tied after a quarter then the Jugglers took a 24-19 halftime lead, growing the lead to 11 by the end of the third.

Myah Rainbow led Oneida with 13 points and had seven steals, six rebounds and five assists. Leah Szarek scored 10.

Notre Dame (6-3) hosts non-league opponent Baldwinsville at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Oneida (5-3) played a non-league game at Christian Brothers Academy Wednesday. Results were not available at press time.

RFA cruises past Whitesboro

The RFA girls basketball team jumped out to an early lead and got a 63-26 win at Whitesboro in the TVL Tuesday.

Amya McLeod led the way for RFA with 26 points, including four three-pointers.

Alysa Jackson scored 12 for the Black Knights.

Nina Steeper, Maddy Montana and Abby Collea each scored five points for Whitesboro.

RFA (8-3) travels to Oneida at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the league.

Whitesboro (1-10) hosts Vernon-Verona-Sherrill in the league at 7 p.m. Friday.

CVA rides early lead to win

The Central Valley Academy girls basketball team led 14-6 after a quarter and got a 49-39 win at Holland Patent Tuesday in the TVL.

Izzy Terziaski and Dani Luke scored 14 points each for the Thunder. Molly Canipe scored 13, grabbed seven rebounds, had four assists and three steals.

Emily Carlson led HP with nine points, nine rebounds and three blocks. Michaela Cushman had 10 rebounds along with five points.

CVA (4-5) hosts New Hartford at 7 p.m. on Monday in the league.

HP (5-5) plays at New Hartford at 7 p.m. Friday in the league.

Camden’s defense stifles VVS

The Camden girls basketball team won a low-scoring game against host Vernon-Verona-Sherrill 33-17 on Tuesday in the TVL.

VVS led 3-2 after a quarter but Camden outscored the hosts 11-1 to take a 13-4 halftime lead.

Camden’s Erica Zike led the Blue Devils with 15 points and Katie McCarthy had 11.

For VVS, Kylie Watts and Anna Petersen each scored six.

Camden (4-5) plays at Poland at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in a non-league contest.

VVS (2-6) plays at Whitesboro at 7 p.m. Friday in the league.


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