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Johnstown’s rally falls short against Tamarac

December 29, 2013
The Leader Herald

By The Leader-Herald

AMSTERDAM - The Johnstown Lady Bills outscored Tamarac 37-28 in the second half, however they could not erase an 18-point halftime deficit and came up on the short end of the 61-52 final score at the Amsterdam Holiday College Showcase Saturday at Amsterdam High School.

Hope Cerasuolo led the Lady Bills (4-2 overall) with 17 points, inclduing an 11 for 15 effort from the free-throw line. Kelsi Barnholt joined her in double-digits with 10 points.

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Johnstown’s Hope Cerasuolo drives past Tamarac’s Jenna Erickson (11) during Saturday’s game at the Amsterdam Holiday College Showcase at Amsterdam High School. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

Jenna Erickson and Adiya Henderson hit for 20 points apiece for the Bengals (7-1 overall).

Tamarac 61, Johnstown 52

Tamarac13 20 10 18 - 61

Johnstown5 10 17 20 - 52

Tamarac

Erickson 4-12-20, Gavin 2-0-6, Henderson 8-4-20, Medved 2-0-5, Mitchell 3-0-9, Nitz 0-1-1. Totals: 19-17-61.

Johnstown

Anagnostopolus 3-2-8, Barnholt 2-4-10, Cerasuolo 3-11-17, McCoy 0-2-2, O'Rourke 3-0-6, Stock 4-0-9. Totals: 15-19-52.

3-point goals: Tamarac 6 (Alex Mitchell 3, Jillian Gavin 2, Cassidy Medved); Johnstown 3 (Kelsi Barnholt 2, Annie Stock).

Amsterdam 65,

Mekeel Christian Academy 36

AMSTERDAM - The Lady Rams bolted out to a 22-4 first-quarter advantage and cruised to a 65-36 victory in the second round of the Amsterdam Holiday College Showcase.

Nina Fedullo backed up her 20-point performance on Friday against Corcoran with a 19-point effort Saturday against the Lions. Brady Santiago joined her in double-digits with 10 points as all of the Amsterdam players suited up for the game put scores in the book.

Nicole Baratiere and Lexy Rychick led Mekeel Christian Academy with 10 points apiece.

Amsterdam 65, Mekeel Christian Academy 36

Mekeel Christian Academy4 4 9 19 - 36

Amsterdam22 12 23 8 - 65

Mekeel Christian Academy

Dean 1-6-8, Pigliavento 1-2-4, Singleton 2-0-4, Baratiere 2-4-10, Rychyck 4-1-10. Totals: 10-13-36.

Amsterdam

Mitchell 1-0-2, A. Santiago 2-0-4, B. Santiago 5-0-10, Fedullo 8-3-19, Filiberto 1-0-2, K. Santiago 3-1-7, Gannon 3-0-7, Devine 3-0-6, Pritchard 3-0-6, Roach 1-0-2. Totals: 30-4-65.

3-point goals: Mekeel Christian Academy 3 (Nicole Baratiere 2, Lexy Rychick); Amsterdam 1 (Caitlin Gannon).

Broadalbin-Perth Holiday Tournament

Championship Game

Stillwater 35, Hudson 29

BROADALBIN - The Kelly Mraz-coached Stillwater Lady Warriors pulled away in the fourth quarter to take home the championship trophy from the Broadalbin-Perth Holiday Tournament Saturday at Broadalbin-Perth High School.

Stillwater outscored Hudson 12-9 in the final period to claim the 35-29 victory.

Madison Mahar led Stillwater with 11 points, while Cortlynn Jepsen had 11 points for the Blue Hawks.

In the consolation game, Schenectady upended host Broadalbin-Perth 37-18.

Jennifer Laven led Schectady with 10 points, while Brianna Westfall led B-P with six.

Stillwater 35, Hudson 29

Stillwater 8 9 6 12 - 35

Hudson9 3 8 9 - 29

Stillwater

Higgins 3-0-8, Mahar 3-5-11, Ferrell 2-3-7, Brewster 1-0-3, Fox-Kondas 0-2-2, Logan Svendsen 2-0-4. Totals: 11-10-35.

Hudson

Franklin 1-0-2, Jepsen 3-5-11, Mayhew 3-0-6, Ivery 0-3-3, Sheard 0-4-4, Mackey 0-1-1. Totals: 7-15-29.

3-point goals: Stillwater 3 (Abbey Higgins 2, Katelynn Brewster); Hudson none.

Schenctady 37, Broadalbin-Perth 18

Schenectady11 7 11 8 - 37

Broadalbin-Perth8 4 4 2 - 18

Schenectady

McFarline 3-0-8, Frazier 1-2-4, Rodriguez 0-3-3, Laven 3-4-10, Atchinson 1-0-2, Nowak 1-3-5, Durham 2-1-5. Totals: 11-13-37.

Broadalbin-Perth

Traver 2-1-5, Westfall 2-2-6, Korjyak 0-1-1, Simonson 2-0-4, Ivery 1-0-2. Totals: 7-4-18.

3-point goals: Schenectady 2 (Kristy McFarline 2); Broadalbin-Perth none.

Non-league

Northville 53,

Hadley-Luzerne 26

NORTHVILLE - The Northville Lady Falcons opened the game with a 14-0 run and never looked back as they defeated Hadley-Luzerne 53-26 in non-league action Saturday at Northville High School.

Lyndsey Wadsworth paced Northville with 18 points, while Mary Ryan added 11 points.

Reagan Kelley led Hadley-Luzerne with nine points.

Northville 53, Hadley-Luzerne 26

Hadley-Luzerne10 6 3 7 - 26

Northville19 11 14 9 - 53

Hadley-Luzerne

Powers 2-0-4, Milligan 1-3-5, Kelley 3-1-9, Ellis 4-0-8. Totals: 10-4-26.

Northville

Wadsworth 7-3-18, Kalkbrenner 4-1-9, ryan 5-1-11, Wilson 3-0-7, Laport 2-2-6, VanNostrand 1-0-2. Totals: 22-7-53.

3-point goals: Hadley-Luzerne 2 (Reagan Kelley 2); Northville 2 (Lyndsey Wadsworth, Morgan Wilson).

Richfield Springs 43,

Oppenheim-Ephratah/

St. Johnsville 24

ST. JOHNSVILLE - Rylie Smith and Kirsten Raux delivered eight points apiece but it was not enough as the Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville girls dropped a non-league contest to Richfield Springs 43-24 Saturday afternoon at Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville High School.

Non-league

Richfield Springs 43, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 24

Richfield Springs18 6 12 7 - 43

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville4 9 4 7 - 24

Richfield Springs

Richalsky 3-2-8, Miller 4-1-9, Fuller 1-0-2, Smith 4-3-11, Hext 2-1-5, Butler 2-2-7, Yerdon 0-1-1. Totals: 16-10-43.

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville

Hagadorn 1-0-2, Smith 3-1-8, Raux 4-0-8, Perry 1-0-2, Russo 1-0-2, Mumford 1-0-2. Totals: 11-1-24.

3-point goals: Richfield Springs 1 (Butler); Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 1 (Smith).

 
 

 

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