High schools: Mayfield girls’ basketball defeats Canajoharie

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Mayfield’s Kelsey Meca is guarded by Canajoharie’s Lizzy Prime on Wednesday.

Mayfield scored a 47-38 win against Canajoharie in a non-league matchup Wednesday between Western Athletic Conference girls’ basketball programs. Cloey Dopp led Mayfield with 23 points, while Kelsey Meca added nine. Canajoharie received 14 points from Felise Fowler and 11 from Lizzy Prime.

Mayfield led 19-17 at halftime, then outscored Canajoharie 20-15 in the third quarter on its way to the win.

Jacob Frank scored 25 points in Northville’s 63-32 non-league boys’ basketball win against Heatly. Dan VanNostrand had 15 points in the win, while Wyatt Sira added a dozen. Northville led 29-14 at halftime, and held Heatly to three points in the second quarter and two in the fourth. Chayton Sagendorf had 13 points in defeat.

Canajoharie defeated Saratoga Catholic 43-39. LA Fairley scored 15 points in the win and Aundray Fowler added 11. For Saratoga Catholic, Justin Duscher had 13 points. Canajoharie led 26-22 at halftime, then had to rally after Saratoga Catholic took a 34-33 lead into the fourth quarter.

In the Western Athletic Conference bowling, Fonda-Fultonville defeated Canajoharie 4-0, as Ethan Auspelmyer (244-648) and Hayden Auspelmyer (220-608) each hit the 600 mark for the Braves. Tanner Ackerknecht led Canajoharie with a 247-617, and Dereck Mereness rolled a 201-561.
Fort Plain defeated Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 4-0. Anthony Paradiso’s 213-542 led the Hilltoppers, while Dustin Welch produced a 232-538. For ND-BG, Cameron Bergeron led the way with a 190-528.

In the Foothills Council bowling, Mekhi Curry rolled a 242-616 to lead Amsterdam past Gloversville 4-0. Austin Semprano had a pair of 193 games and a 578 series for Amsterdam. Matt Sawitzki added a 210-564. Alex Trippoda led Gloversville with a 225-602. Tyler Early had a 231-576.

Scotia-Glenville and Broadalbin-Perth were separated by just 25 total pins, with the Tartans prevailing in a team points 3-1. Scotia-Glenville’s top bowlers were Savannah Swiatocha (268-638) and Logan Heins (201-536), and Jennah Graham (221-580) and Jake Pavone (223-528) led B-P.

By LH Staff

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