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MCS boys prevail over Gilboa for Booster Tournament title

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By John Bernhardt
A balanced offensive attack helped carry Margaretville past Gilboa, 56-44, in the boys’ championship game of the Margaretville Booster Club Tournament. The title was the third year in a row the Blue Devils have won their own tournament.

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RCS boys bested by South Kortright in league play

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By John Bernhardt
Senior forward Ryan Sluiter’s explosive opening period helped South Kortright to a 13-point run to open Friday’s contest against Roxbury. Sluiter would score 12 of his 17 points during the quarter as the Rams rolled to a, 58-36, Delaware League victory.
SCORE — Matt Faraci of Roxbury sails towards the basket as SK defender Ty Palmatier arrives too late for a block attempt. The host Rams were 51-36 winners in last Friday’s contest.SCORE — Matt Faraci of Roxbury sails towards the basket as SK defender Ty Palmatier arrives too late for a block attempt. The host Rams were 51-36 winners in last Friday’s contest.

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MCS girls win over Andes but fall to Gilboa in Booster Club tourney

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STRETCHING OUT — Kristena Westerfeld of MCS hustles as she tries to keep the ball from going out of bounds during last Thursday’s win over visiting Andes in the opening round of the MCS Booster Club Tournament. — Photos by Dick SanfordSTRETCHING OUT — Kristena Westerfeld of MCS hustles as she tries to keep the ball from going out of bounds during last Thursday’s win over visiting Andes in the opening round of the MCS Booster Club Tournament. — Photos by Dick Sanford
by John Bernhardt
The Margaretville Blue Devils struggled offensively all night long, failing to reach double digits in a single quarter. Even so, solid defensive play had the Blue Devils positioned to bring home the girls’ Booster Club title.

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ACS, RCS fall in hoop play

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TOUGH DRIVING — Stacey Sprague of RCS powers to the basket, despite the efforts of a South Kortright defender in action last Thursday. Sprague led all scorers with a career high 28 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the visitors were 63-49 winners. — Photos by Dick SanfordTOUGH DRIVING — Stacey Sprague of RCS powers to the basket, despite the efforts of a South Kortright defender in action last Thursday. Sprague led all scorers with a career high 28 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the visitors were 63-49 winners. — Photos by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt
A second-half rally fell short denying an Andes upset bid Monday night as the Mountaineers dropped a Delaware League contest, 44-34, on their home court to Jefferson.

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Bowling Scores: Dec. 17, 2014

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Margaretville Women’s — 12/11/14
Sam’s Cty. Store 24 12
Frank’s Septic 23 13
Sluiter Agency 20 16
MTC Cable 18.5 17.5
The Caboose 16 20
JK Construc. 15 21
MJ Clockmakers 14 22
Flour Patch 13.5 22.5

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Late Trophy

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LAST-DAY BUCK — Margaretville resident Pat Davis took this nice eight-point buck on Sunday, the last day of the regular rifle big-game hunting season, while hunting in Dry Brook. The late season bow, crossbow, and muzzle-loader season for deer opened Monday and runs through Tuesday, Dec. 16. — Photo by Dick Sanford

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Wildcats hold off Devils in boy's hoop play

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Alex Serdiouk of MCS goes to the basket as Davenport’s Ryan Finne defends during last Thursday’s Delaware League game on the Wildcats’ court. The home team won, 54-47. — Photos by Dick SanfordAlex Serdiouk of MCS goes to the basket as Davenport’s Ryan Finne defends during last Thursday’s Delaware League game on the Wildcats’ court. The home team won, 54-47. — Photos by Dick Sanford
By John Bernhardt
Lee Fischer’s Davenport boys’ basketball team ended the 2014 portion of last year’s basketball campaign with a Section IV championship. Fischer’s Wildcats sent notice last week they may have championship credentials once again when they opened the 2014 segment of this winter’s schedule with victories over Margaretville and South Kortright.

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Roxbury girls post 1-point win over Stamford

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Devin Fox of RCS tries to get past several Stamford defenders as she looks for a shot in action last Wednesday at SCS. The Rockets posted a 39-38 win. — Photos by Dick SanfordDevin Fox of RCS tries to get past several Stamford defenders as she looks for a shot in action last Wednesday at SCS. The Rockets posted a 39-38 win. — Photos by Dick Sanford
by John Bernhardt
Roxbury’s Stacey Sprague’s three-point plays come the old fashioned way. Sprague, the Rocket’s junior center patrols the real estate around the basket, so a three-point score is the result of a field goal with a foul and then a free throw.

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MCS girls drop season opener to Jefferson

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UP FOR GRABS — Margaretville’s Kristena Westerfeld (left) and Jefferson’s Jessica Pochily battle for the ball during play last Wednesday in Jefferson. The Jayhawks won, 33-24.UP FOR GRABS — Margaretville’s Kristena Westerfeld (left) and Jefferson’s Jessica Pochily battle for the ball during play last Wednesday in Jefferson. The Jayhawks won, 33-24.

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Bowling Scores: Dec. 10, 2014

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Better Half Mixed League 12/7/14
Pin Heads 35 21
Team Attitude 33 23
Slicksters 31 25
Komeback Kids 29 27
Team 8 29 11
JAB 27 29
Poor Craig 24 32
Flexible Team 16 40
Men’s High Game
Greg Montminy 225, Jon Ferraro 223. Alan White 211
Men’s High Series
Greg Montminy 668, Alan White 595, Alan Gavette 569
Women’s High Game
Kristena Westerfeld 180, Lela Davis 173, Kayla Gavette 168
Women’s High Series
Susan Wixon 494, Lela Davis 459, Kristena Westerfeld 457

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