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Girls Basketball Roundup: Parlow’s 36-point night lifts Lady Braves past Ravena

January 18, 2014
By The Leader-Herald (sports@leaderherald.com) , The Leader Herald

FONDA - Emily Parslow set a school record with eight 3-pointers and scored a career-high 36 points, powering Fonda-Fultonville to a 71-45 win over Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk in a Colonial Council girls basketball contest Friday.

"We're playing pretty well right now," Fonda-Fultonville coach Tom Nethaway said. "Emily [Parslow] had a heck of a game."

Parlow's eight 3-pointers eclipsed the previous mark of seven, set in 2007 by Natalie Mosconi.

Julianna Taylor and Hailey Beddig each scored eight points for Fonda-Fultonville (8-2 overall, 6-2 Colonial).

Hope Rebeor scored 11 points to lead Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, while Bailey Kross scored nine points.

Fonda-Fultonville is scheduled to travel to Holy Names on Tuesday for a 7 p.m. contest.

Fonda-Fultonville 71, Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 45

Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk5 14 8 18 - 45

Fonda-Fultonville18 12 20 21 - 71

Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk

Rebeor 3-4-11, Filkins 1-1-3, Wood 1-0-2, Powell 2-0-4, Kross 4-1-9, Cross 2-3-8, Hughes 2-1-6, Shear 1-0-2. Totals 16-10-45.

Fonda-Fultonville

Egelston 1-1-3, Auriemma 0-1-1, Parslow 11-6-36, Taylor 3-1-8, Derby 2-0-4, Nethaway 2-3-7, Warner 1-2-4, Beddig 4-0-8. Totals 24-14-71.

3-point goals: Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 3 (Rebeor, Cross, Hughes); Fonda-Fultonville 9 (Parslow 8, Taylor).

Foothills Council

Johnstown 42, Scotia-Glenville 34

JOHNSTOWN - Hope Cerasuolo finished with 17 points, powering Johnstown to a win over Scotia-Glenville.

The Lady Bills jumped out to a 16-5 lead after one quarter on their way to the win.

Kendra McCoy scored eight points for Johnstown (7-4 overall, 5-3 Foothills), while Annie Stock added seven.

Caitlin Estes scored 14 points to pace Scotia-Glenville (4-4 Foothills), while Allison Casey finished with eight points.

Johnstown 42, Scotia-Glenville 34

Scotia-Glenville5 10 7 12 - 34

Johnstown16 4 9 13 - 42

Scotia-Glenville

Conley 3-1-7, Dwyer 0-1-1, Estes 4-2-14, McNulty 2-0-4, Casey 4-0-8. Totals 13-4-34.

Johnstown

McCoy 4-0-8, Anagnostopulos 1-2-4, Cerasuolo 5-5-17, Nellis 1-0-2, Stock 3-0-7, O'Rourke 2-1-5. Totals 16-8-42.

3-point goals: Scotia-Glenville 4 (Estes 4); Johnstown 2 (Cerasuolo, Stock).

Queensbury 55, Glens Falls 45

QUEENSBURY - Jill Davis scored 16 points to help Queensbury remain unbeaten in Foothills Council play.

A total of 10 different players scored for the Lady Spartans, who improved to 8-0 in the Foothills Council.

Skylar Girard scored 15 points to lead Glens Falls (6-2 Foothills), while Lucy Tougas finished with 12. Demi Vanderheyden added 11 points for the Indians.

Queensbury 55, Glens Falls 45

Glens Falls10 6 13 26 - 45

Queensbury10 10 20 15 - 55

Glens Falls

Girard 5-1-15, Vanderheyden 5-0-11, Borgos 1-0-2, Harvey 0-3-3, Stamatel 1-0-2, Tougas 3-6-12. Totals 15-14-45.

Queensbury

David 5-6-16, McAllister 1-0-2, Carota 2-0-5, L. Rodriguez 1-4-6, A. Rodriguez 1-1-4, Hurley 1-1-3, O'Connor 2-0-5, Shevlin 1-2-4, Nelson 2-0-5, McLaughlin 1-3-5. Totals 17-17-55.

3-point goals: Glens Falls 1 (Vanderheyden); Queensbury 4 (Carota, A. Rodriguez, O'Connor, Nelson).

South Glens Falls 45, Hudson Falls 43

SOUTH GLENS FALLS - Felicia Buser and Bryanna Park each scored 15 points to lead South Glens Falls to a Foothills Council victory over Hudson Falls.

The Bulldogs trailed 32-25 heading into the fourth quarter before outscoring the Lady Tigers 20-11 in the final frame to earn the win.

South Glens Falls improved to 3-5 in Foothills play with the victory.

Tanner Barton scored a game-high 24 points to lead Hudson Falls (4-4 Foothills).

South Glens Falls 45, Hudson Falls 43

Hudson Falls10 17 5 11 - 43

South Glens Falls10 8 7 20 - 45

Hudson Falls

Barton 8-8-24, Gallagher 3-0-7, Goodbred 0-1-1, Hanlon 0-2-2, Kitchner 1-1-3, LaBrun 1-0-2, McKinney 1-0-2, Scarselletta 1-0-2. Totals 15-12-43.

South Glens Falls

Buser 6-2-15, Carpenter 1-2-4, Coon 1-1-3, Curley 2-0-5, Park 6-3-15, Potter 1-1-3. Totals 17-9-45.

3-point goals: Hudson Falls 1 (Gallagher); South Glens Falls 2 (Buser, Curley).

WAC

Mayfield 44, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 26

MAYFIELD - Julie Hampton finished with 20 points, powering Mayfield to a Western Athletic Conference North Division win over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville.

The Lady Panthers led 23-8 at the half on their way to the win.

Kaylee Bumpus scored seven points to lead Mayfield (6-7 overall, 4-5 WAC North).

Rylie Smith scored 14 points to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville (0-13 overall, 0-9 WAC North).

Mayfield is scheduled to host Northville on Tuesday at 6 p.m., while OESJ is slated to travel to Canajoharie on Tuesday for a 7:30 p.m. contest.

Mayfield 44, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 26

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville5 3 7 11 - 26

Mayfield13 10 10 11 - 44

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville

Hagadorn 1-2-4, Smith 5-3-14, Freeman 1-0-2, Bradt 2-2-6. Totals 9-7-26.

Mayfield

Meca 2-1-5, Eagan 1-0-2, Sheldon 2-0-4, Barber 1-0-2, Geier 2-0-4, Hampton 5-8-20, Bumpus 3-1-7. Totals 16-10-44.

3-point goals: Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 1 (Smith); Mayfield 2 (Hampton 2).

Canajoharie 59, Saratoga Catholic 31

CANAJOHARIE - Jenelle Dillenbeck finished with 11 points, leading Canajoharie to a WAC North Division win over Saratoga Central Catholic.

The Lady Cougars led 28-9 at the half on their way to the win.

Dainara Veeder scored 10 points for Canajoharie (9-5 overall, 8-2 WAC North), while Alexis Kane added nine.

Kaylie Fish scored eight points to lead Saratoga Catholic (4-4 WAC North), while Emma VanDeCar and Melody Ashline each had seven points.

Canajoharie is scheduled to host Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Canajoharie 59, Saratoga Catholic 31

Saratoga Catholic4 5 7 15 - 31

Canajoharie18 10 13 18 - 59

Saratoga Catholic

Ashline 2-2-7, Billington 1-0-2, Ethier 1-0-2, Fish 3-0-8, Landolfo 0-1-1, Taylor 2-0-4, VanDeCar 3-0-7. Totals 12-3-31.

Canajoharie

Balfe 1-0-3, Dearwester 2-2-6, Dillenbeck 5-1-11, Dingman 1-2-5, Kane 3-0-9, A. Logan 1-2-4, J. Logan 2-0-4, Pitonza 3-0-7, Veeder 5-0-10. Totals 23-7-59.

3-point goals: Saratoga Catholic 4 (Fish 2, Ashline, VanDeCar); Canajoharie 6 (Kane 3, Balfe, Pitonza, Dingman).

Berne-Knox-Westerlo 51, Sharon Springs 23

SHARON SPRINGS - Kathryn Salo finished with 21 points, powering Berne-Knox-Westerlo to a Western Athletic Conference South Division victory over Sharon Springs.

Danielle Keppler scored eight points for BKW (6-1 WAC South).

Renee Handy and Hallie Trigg each scored five points to lead Sharon Springs (0-7 WAC South).

Berne-Knox-Westerlo 51, Sharon Springs 23

Berne-Knox-Westerlo12 14 12 13 - 51

Sharon Springs7 6 5 5 - 23

Berne-Knox-Westerlo

Britton 1-2-4, Keppler 2-4-8, Martin 2-0-4, Murphy 1-0-2, Rue 2-0-5, Salo 10-1-21, Tedeschi 2-1-7. Totals 20-8-51.

Sharon Springs

Cross 1-1-4, Handy 2-0-5, Keller 1-0-3, Sydow 0-2-2, Tripp 2-0-5, VanArsdale 2-0-4. Totals 8-3-23.

3-point goals: Berne-Knox-Westerlo 3 (Tedeschi 2, Rue); Sharon Springs 4 (Cross, Handy, Keller, Trigg).

Middleburgh 28, Schoharie 26

MIDDLEBURGH - Kiera Morgan and Amanda Roney each scored nine points to lead Middleburgh to a WAC South win over Schoharie.

Carley Ryan added seven points for Middleburgh (7-0 WAC South)

Lauren Archer scored 10 points to lead Schoharie (4-3 WAC South), while Desiree Palmatier added eight points for the Indians.

Middleburgh 28, Schoharie 26

Schoharie3 2 8 13 - 26

Middleburgh9 11 4 4 -28

Schoharie

Archer 2-5-10, Palmatier 3-2-8, Kai. VanGasbeck 1-0-3, Kas. VanGasbeck 1-3-5. Totals 7-10-26

Middleburgh

Cater 1-0-2, McCoy 0-1-1, Morgan 2-3-9, Roney 2-5-9, Ryan 2-1-7. Totals 7-10-28.

3-point goals: Schoharie 2 (Archer, Kai. VanGasbeck); Middleburgh 2 (Morgan 2, Ryan 2).

Mekeel Christian 64, Duanesburg 43

SCOTIA - Nicole Baratiere connected on eight 3-pointers and finished with 26 points, leading Mekeel Christian Academy to a Western Athletic Conference South Division win over Duanesburg.

Lexy Rychick scored 14 points for Mekeel Christian (3-4 WAC South).

Rachel Gamache scored 18 points to lead Duanesburg (1-6 WAC South).

Mekeel Christian 64, Duanesburg 43

Duanesburg10 7 11 15 - 43

Mekeel Christian11 18 17 18 - 64

Duanesburg

Antillon 0-2-2, Barnes 1-0-2, Gaige 3-0-8, Gamache 8-2-18, Howell 3-0-6, Nelson 3-0-6, Smith 0-1-1. Totals 18-5-43.

Mekeel Christian

Baratiere 9-0-26, Dean 4-0-9, McCarty 2-5-9, Pigliavento 2-1-5, Rychick 6-2-14, Singleton 0-1-1. Totals 23-9-64.

3-point goals: Duanesburg 2 (Gaige 2); Mekeel Christian 9 (Baratiere 8, Dean).

Big 10

Amsterdam 40, Schenectady 22

SCHENECTADY - Kaitlyn Devine and Nina Fedullo each finished with 13 points to lead Amsterdam to a win over Schenectady.

The Lady Rams jumped out to a 13-6 lead after one quarter and never trailed the rest of the way.

Amsterdam improved to 7-5 overall and 4-3 in Big 10 play with the win.

The Lady Rams, who are 6-1 win their seven games, are slated to host Catholic Central on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Alexus Durham scored 11 points to lead Schenectady.

Amsterdam 40, Schenectady 22

Amsterdam13 9 9 9 - 40

Schenectady6 5 5 6 - 22

Amsterdam

Devine 3-6-13, Fedullo 6-0-13, Filiberto 1-0-2, Gannon 2-0-6, Pritchard 1-0-2, A. Santiago 0-2-2, B. Santiago 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-40.

Schenectady

Durham 3-5-11, Franco 0-1-1, Frazier 0-1-1, Laven 0-3-3, McFarline 2-0-4, Nowak 0-1-1, Perez 0-1-1. Totals 5-12-22.

3-point goals: Amsterdam 4 (Gannon 2, Devine, Fedullo); Schenectady - none.

 
 

 

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