Mor­risville-Ea­ton to face DeRuyter for ti­tle

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Tues­day Re­sults Girls Vol­ley­ball

MOR­RISVILLE-EA­TON 3, FABIUS-POM­PEY 2 » Mor­risville got the bet­ter of Fabius-Pom­pey in the fi­nal set of Sec­tion III Class D girls vol­ley­ball ac­tion on Tues­day, tak­ing the fifth set 2927. The win sends the War­riors to the Class D cham­pi­onship game where they will take on fa­mil­iar foe DeRuyter on Satur­day, Feb. 17.

Mon­day Re­sults Girls Hoops

HAMIL­TON 49, STOCK­BRIDGE VAL­LEY 30 » Af­ter stum­bling out of the gate to be­gin the year, the Hamil­ton Emer­ald Knights topped their mid­sea­son turn­around with a sec­tional berth af­ter beat­ing Stock­bridge Val­ley on Mon­day. Hamil­ton opened the con­test with a 19-5 first quar­ter and never looked back, buoyed by a 16-point, 11-re­bound dou­ble-dou­ble from Emma Basher.

Boys Hoops

HAMIL­TON 62, OWEN D. YOUNG38 » Sean Hunt net­ted a game-high 21 points and Trevor Dow fol­lowed right be­hind with 20 points to help Hamil­ton take down Owen D. Young on Mon­day. As a team, the Emer­ald Knights recorded 23 steals in an im­pres­sive de­fen­sive ef­fort to im­prove to 16-4 on the year. CHIT­TE­NANGO 60, IN­STI­TUTE OF TECH­NOL­OGY SYRA­CUSE CEN­TRAL 52» Zach Falken­burg poured in a game-high 28 points to lift Chit­te­nango over ITSC on Mon­day to im­prove to 13-5 on the sea­son. Dy­lan Voutsi­nas added 13 points and Sam Hill posted 11 for the Bears in the win.

Girls Vol­ley­ball

CHITTENANGO3, SOUTH JEF­FER­SON 0 » Me­gan Mayer and Tyla Cutrie com­bined for 31 kills to power Chit­te­nango over South Jef­fer­son in three straight sets: 2512, 25-10, 25-17. With the vic­tory, Chit­te­nango ad­vances to the Sec­tion III Class B semi­fi­nals for a home matchup with Oneida.

Boys Vol­ley­ball

VER­NON-VERONA- SHERRILL3, LIT­TLE FALLS 0 » Ver­non-Verona-Sher­rill took three straight sets (2514, 27-25, 25-15) from Lit­tle Falls on Mon­day to im­prove to 12- 4 on the sea­son. Nate Brewer posted nine kills and six digs, Blaine Hale added seven kills, and Bren­nan Miller tossed out 17 as­sists to power the VVS win.

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