LISBON, New York (WWNY) – Plenty of high school basketball was on tap Saturday with a number of tournaments taking place on both the boys’ and girls’ side.
In Lisbon, the Golden Knights hosted Morristown in the Lisbon Tournament.
Lisbon’s Isaiah White passes to Cooper Rutherford for the long distance three pointer.
Connor Bell sends the ball to Andrew Donaldson draining the three pointer. Golden Knights up 6-3 in the first quarter.
After a couple of quick passes, Morristown’s Kameron Toland gets inside for the lay up.
Terin Rosenbarker fakes the pass and gets the lay up over Rutherford to cut the lead to two late in the first quarter.
Lisbon was pressing hard when Connor Flack misses the lay up but Bell puts it back for the score.
Lisbon takes the Darcy Tournament championship 67-47.
The other matchup at the Lisbon Tournament pitted Hermon DeKalb against Norwood Norfolk.
Hermon-DeKalb’s Nolan Carr bounce passes to Hunter Bouchey who sinks the jump shot
Caleb Murray sends the ball over to Nolan Carr who bangs home the jumper.
Bouchey over hand passes to Michael Maurer who tickles twine: 35-15 Green Demons lead in the third.
Norwood-Norfolk’s Matthew Richard gets the inbounds pass in for the quick shot to start the fourth.
A couple of quick passes allowed Tarron Colbert to score for the Flyers.
Hermon DeKalb beats Norwood Norfolk 53-21.
Turning to college hoops, the JCC Men hosted Herkimer Community College at the McVean Athletic Center.
In the 1st half, Jaylin Maysonette gets the tip-in off the miss: Cannoneers down 4.
Then it was Dmair Williams burying the 3 ball from the wing to put the Cannoneers within 1.
PJ Asare knifes his way inside for the bucket.
Herkimer beats JCC 81-73.
On the women’s side, Coach Jeff Wiley’s JCC Ladies also hosted Herkimer.
In the 1st quarter, Daelynn Alcock hits the pullup in the paint to put JCC in front 4.
Then it was Delaney Wiley dialing long distance for 3 to put JCC on top 7.
LaKaiya Butcher splits the defenders for the basket and she’s fouled.
JCC rolls past Herkimer 80-42.
Turning to the mat, the General Brown Tournament took place in Dexter.
Camden would take home the team title, with General Brown 2nd, Beaver River 3rd, OFA 4th, Watertown 5th and Canton 6th.
The most outstanding wrestlers for each team were Dylan Munk of General Brown, Paul Ortega of Watertown, Connor Young of OFA, Dylan Buckingham of Beaver River and Graham Rosler of Canton.
In Boys’ NAC Hockey, Thousand Islands was at Massena.
Owen Bismark dents net to cut the Massena lead to 2-1.
Massena’s JP Bouchard on the break away attempt stopped by TI goalie Sean Serboneau.
On the next play, Massena’s Ryder Sunday rips a shot from just past the blue line in the net to take a 3-1 lead in the second period.
Massena’s Drew Smutz creeps up but Serboneau makes the glove save.
Bismark makes the short pass to Savage who drills a shot from the top of the point to cut into the Raiders lead 3-2 Massena in the 3rd.
Then it was Kole Steblen on the one timer as he ties the game up 3-3.
In overtime, Bismark snipes a shot to score the game winner.
TI beats Massena 4-3 in overtime.
A big east rivalry rekindled in the nation’s capital as Syracuse squared off against Georgetown.
Judah Mintz would score 25, JJ Starling added 21 and Quadir Copeland had 14 as Syracuse beat Georgetown 80-68 to move to 7-3 on the season.
The Orange are in action again next Sunday when they travel to Oregon to take on the Ducks.
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