Girls Basketball Roundup: Lady Falcons win crossover contest

JOHNSTOWN – Lyndsey Wadsworth connected for 20 points to lead Northville to a 42-20 victory over Sharon Springs in girls Western Athletic Conference crossover action Saturday at Fulton-Montgomery Community College.

The Lady Falcons (7-11 overall, 3-10 WAC) also received nine points from Charlotte Kalkbrenner and eight from Jesse VanNostrand.

Sharon Springs was led by Allison Cross’ seven-point effort.

Northville 42, Sharon Springs 20

Sharon Springs4 7 4 5 – 20

Northville11 8 9 14 – 42

Sharon Springs

Handy 1-0-2, Trigg 1-0-2, VanArsdale 1-1-3, Sydow 1-0-2, J. Cross 2-0-4, A. Cross 3-0-7. Totals: 9-1-20.

Northville

Wadsworth 6-7-20, Kalkbrenner 4-1-9, Wilson 1-0-2, Laport 1-0-3, VanNostrand 2-2-8. Totals: 14-10-42.

3-poiont goals: Sharon Springs 1 (Allison Cross); Northville 4 (Jesse VanNostrand 2, Meghan Laport, Lyndsey Wadsworth).

Mayfield 38, Mekeel Christian 35

JOHNSTOWN – Julie Hampton finished with 13 points, leading Mayfield to a win over Mekeel Christian Academy in a WAC crossover game at Fulton-Montgomery Community College.

The Lady Panthers outscored the Lady Lions 25-13 in the second and third quarters on their way to the win.

Kylie Manoogian scored eight points for Mayfield (10-8 overall).

Nicole Pigliavento finished with eight points for Mekeel Christian, while Elizabeth Singleton, Nicole Baratiere and Lexi Rychick each scored seven points.

Mayfield 38, Mekeel Christian 35

Mayfield4 11 14 9 – 38

Mekeel Christian8 5 8 14 – 35

Mayfield

Meca 2-0-5, Sheldon 1-0-2, Hampton 5-0-13, Bumpus 3-0-6, Sheldon 2-0-4, Manoogian 3-0-8. Totals 16-0-38.

Mekeel Christian

Dean 0-2-2, Pigliavento 2-4-8, Singleton 3-0-7, Baratiere 2-1-7, Rychick 3-1-7, McCarthy 2-0-4. Totals 12-8-35.

3-point goals: Mayfield 6 (Hampton 3, Manoogian 2, Meca); Mekeel Christian 3 (Baratiere 2, Singleton).

Duanesburg 39, Saratoga Catholic 37

JOHNSTOWN – Rachel Gamache delivered 10 points to help lift Duanesburg to a two-point victory over Spa Catholic in Western Athletic Conference crossover action at FMCC.

Emily Barnes and Emily Gaige both hit for nine points for the Eagles.

Emma VanDeCar and Kaylie Fish scored nine points apiece to lead Saratoga Catholic Central.

Duanesburg 39, Saratoga Catholic Central 37

Duanesburg13 7 8 11 – 39

Saratoga Catholic Central11 7 7 12 – 37

Duanesburg

Antillion 1-1-3, Barnes 3-2-9, Gaige 2-3-9, Gamache 4-2-10, Howell 2-2-6, Nelson 0-2-2. Totals: 12-12-39.

Saratoga Catholic Central

Billington 2-0-4, Ethier 2-0-4, Fish 3-2-9, Landolfo 3-1-7, Taylor 2-0-4, VanDeCar 4-0-9. Totals: 16-3-37.

3-point goals: Duanesburg (3 (Emily Gaige 2, Emily Barnes); Saratoga Catholic Central 2 (Kaylie Fish, Emma VanDeCar)

Colonial Council

Holy Names 60, Fonda-Fultonville 45

ALBANY -The Academy of Holy Names jumped out to a 40-19 first-half advantage and never looked back in its Colonial Council victory Saturday over Fonda-Fultonville.

De’Janaire Deas led Holy Names with 23 points, while Rhianna Franchini added 12.

Emily Parslow paced the Lady Braves with her 22-point performance, while Julianna Taylor finished with 10 points.

Holy Names 60, Fonda-Fultonville 45

Fonda-Fultonville3 16 11 15 – 45

Holy Names18 22 10 10 – 60

Fonda-Fultonville

Auriemma 0-2-2, Bedig 1-0-2, Derby 2-1-5, Egelston 1-0-2, Parslow 9-3-22, Taylor 4-2-10, Warner 1-0-2. Totals: 18-8-45.

Holy Names

Deas 8-7-23, Franchini 4-2-12, Kramer 2-1-5, Laws 1-1-3, Mance 1-0-3, Spicer 3-0-6, Vivian 2-2-6, Willilams 1-0-2. Totals: 22-13-60.

3-point goals: Fonda-Fultonville 1 (Emily Parslow); Holy Names 3 (Rhianna Franchini 2, Lauren Mance).

Center State Conference

Cooperstown 62, Dolgeville 22

COOPERSTOWN – Three players scored in double-digits for Cooperstown Friday night as the Hawkeyes improved their CSC-II record to 7-3.

Liz Millea connected for 16 points for Cooperstown (12-5 overall, 7-3 CSC), while Maggie Hall added 14 and S.J. Moroski finished with 11.

Emilie Lewandowski and Jackie Bange finished with six points apiece for Dolgeville (4-14 overall, 0-10 CSC).

Cooperstown 62, Dolgeville 22

Dolgeville8 2 6 6 – 22

Cooperstown14 21 11 16 – 62

Dolgeville

Emilie Lewandowski 2-1-6, Courtney Hart 0-2-2, Jackie Fake 1-2-4, Jackie Bange 3-0-6, Amanda Carpenter 2-0-4. Totals: 8-5-22.

Cooperstown

Mallory Arthurs 1-1-3, Jenn Flynn 2-1-6, Lucy Ford 3-0-6, Maggie Hall 5-0-14, Ciarra McGoldrick 0-2-2, Liz Millea 6-3-16, SJ Morosko 4-0-11, Christina Noto 2-0-4. Totals: 23-7-62.

3-pointers: Dolgeville 1 (Lewandowski 1); Cooperstown 9 (Hall 4, Morosko 3, Flynn 1, Millea 1).