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Canisteo-Greenwood girls earn win 100; Boys: Hornell downs Way-Co, Avoca-Prattburgh evens series with win over Arkport-Canaseraga

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Canisteo-Greenwood 70, Campbell-Savona 25

ALFRED — The Lady Chargers of Canisteo-Greenwood pieced together a complete team effort from start to finish, as every scorer managed to navigate their way to the basket, using a fast start to their fullest of advantages to roll past the Lady Panthers of Campbell-Savona on Wednesday inside the McLane Center at Alfred University with a 70-25 win — the 100th for the program under seventh-year head coach Les York.

Stepping up to take the lead for the Lady Chargers (7-4) was Bailey Mullen, who helped conduct a strong opening quarter with her presence inside and out, as she collected 11 of her game-high 24 points within the frame to kickstart the tires on what was a 26-point stanza to aid the squad in white and red with a start they raced full speed ahead with.

Mullen was one of three different scorers to eclipse double figures on offense, as she chipped in with some big special teams along the way by garnering seven rebounds and seven steals. Following behind was Kora Button and her 18 points, while Paris May collected 12 points to go with seven steals and five rebounds.

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Adding more special teams aid was Harlie McCaffery, who posted nine big rebounds off the glass.

On Friday, Canisteo-Greenwood will look to close out the week on a high note with a 7:15 p.m. visit to Addison.

Campbell-Savona 6 8 8 3 – 25

Canisteo-Greenwood 26 10 10 24 – 70

CAMPBELL-SAVONA: Ashlyn Stratton 3 0-0 8, Emma Roy 3 0-0 6, Elizabeth Crosson 1 1-2 3, Jenna Machuga 2 1-2 5, Olivia Zimar 0 1-4 1, Jalyn Machuga 1 0-0 2. Totals: 10 3-8 25.

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD: Kora Button 6 3-4 18, Bailey Mullen 10 1-2 24, McKenna Ferris 1 2-2 4, Harlie McCaffery 2 0-0 4, Sidney Drouin 1 0-0 2, Paris May 5 2-4 12, Peyton Peters 2 1-2 5. Totals: 27 9-14 70.

3-point goals: C-S 2 (Stratton), C-G 7 (Button 3, Mullen 3, May).
Total Fouls: C-S 15, C-G 13. Fouled out: None.

Boys Basketball

Hornell 70, Wayland-Cohocton 35

The Hornell Red Raiders coasted to a 70-35 win over the Wayland-Cohocton Golden Eagles at home Wednesday night improving to 9-1 on the season.

The Raiders controlled the game from tip-off and held the lead all four quarters of play.  All Hornell players added to the box score in the Red Raider victory.  “We played with good energy tonight,” said Hornell coach, Kirk Scholes.  “We moved the ball well against the zone and had nine guys get into the scoring column.

Gennaro Picco led all scorers with 23 points and added 2 assists.  “Gennaro was, again, very efficient,” commented Scholes.  “He scored 23 points and did it in a variety of ways.  He’s a calming influence on the offensive end of the floor for us.

“PJ (Picco) and Aaron (McInerney) did a good job on the boards with 7 each,” continued Scholes.  We need both of them to come up big on the backboard for us.”  PJ added 13 points and six steals on the night as well.  McInerney added 6 points, and Marco Picco netted 10.

Wyatt Evingham gave a solid performance last night, adding 7 points and 7 assists.  “Wyatt played with great energy,” reflected Scholes.  “I thought his motor was running high all night.  He got into the paint and found his teammates, played great defense, and made hustle plays all over the floor.”  Quinn Mauro and Xzaiver Patrick each had 5 rebounds for Hornell.

Wayland-Cohocton’s Charlie Mulford grabbed 10 rebounds for the Golden Eagles.  Matt Feinman led his team with 11 points, while Matthew Clark and Alex Fedorchuk added 8 and 7 respectively.

The Red Raiders travel to Alfred State College on Friday where they will take on Allegany County rival Wellsville Lions in the Dan Barkley Showcase.  “We are excited about the opportunity to play Wellsville up at Alfred State,” said Scholes.  “It’s a great rivalry game, and I expect both communities to show up and support.”

Tune in to Peish Sports on YouTube for live Hornell vs. Wellsville action at the Dan Barkely Showcase with the Lady Raiders playing at 6:30 and the boys tip-off scheduled for 8pm.

Avoca-Prattsburgh 60, Arkport-Canaseraga 36

Avoca-Prattsburgh (6-3) avenged an earlier loss to Arkport-Canaseraga with a big 60-36 victory.

The win was a result of an incredible run by the Titans, who were down 5-2 then reeled off 19 straight points to end the first quarter up, 21-5.

Macoy Putnam tallied 25 points with three, three-pointers to lead all scorers while J.J. Crowder had 14 points, Chris Abbott 11. Daniel Stilson and Collin Hammond each four each and and Landon White two.

Freshman Caden Carey scored a team-high 12 for Arkport-Canaseraga while Alex Vilkhu scored eight, Tim Vilkhu seven, Devin Moran three as and Ibra Ford, Dan Clark and Koehler Preston all scored two points.

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