High school girls basketball: Here are Southern Tier Athletic Conference all-stars

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March 30

BCANY All-Star Game at M-E

Blue 80, Red 69

Blue scoring: L'Amoreaux 20, Scott 9 (three 3-pointers), Evans 9, Fedor 9, Smith 8, Ferguson 6, DiNardo 4, Kalet 3, Benjamin 4, Triskett 6, Dyes 2. Red scoring: Dougher 3, Dobson 7, Zoerb 2, Barrows 11, Beebe 4, Tillotson 7, Gabriel 7, Muse 11, Little 3, Maloney 4, Stank 4, Westbrook 6.

STAC All-Stars

East/Central All-Conference

Marasia Dyes, SCC; Margaret Dougher, Norwich; Emily Evans, Norwich; Ang McGraw, Oneonta; Emily Goodstal, CV; Madeline Trisket, CV; Mackenzie Hess, Norwich.

Metro/West All-Conference

Kaety L’Amoreaux, M-E; Jessie DiNardo, Corning; Jalea Abrams, Elmira; Megan Fedor, Elmira; Carly Scott, Horseheads; Mia Little, Ithaca; Marisa Smith, JC.

All-Central

Erin Derr, SCC; Helena Willis, CF; Sadie Zemanick, CF; Audra Ackerson, CF; Ally O’Connor, CV; Maddie Bennett, Owego; Madison McEvoy, Owego.

All-East

Emma Peeters, Oneonta; Carmela Belmone, SV; Abbie Platt, Oneonta; Maddie Morris, Norwich; Heidi Brusso, SV; Emily Zeh, Oneonta; Lexi Lasicki, SV.

All-West

Alyssa Dobson, Corning; Lauren Miller, Elmira; Kellie Zoerb, Corning; Jayda Felkner, Corning; Sophia Bonnell, Horseheads; Amarionah Dixon, Elmira; Emma Romanski, Horseheads.

All-Metro

Adriana Fontana, U-E; Ali DiPietro, U-E; Ally Stank, U-E; Liv Muse, Vestal; Vasilla Anastos, M-E; Precious Gabriel, JC; Mariah Luke, Binghamton.

BCANY Section 4 Award Winners

Coaches of the Year

AA: Jamie Nichols (Corning)

A: Brianna Thompson (Maine-Endwell)

B: Josh Bennett (Norwich)

C: Greg Schweiger (Newark Valley)

D: Mike Dutcher (Franklin)

Players of the Year

AA: Jalea Abrams (Elmira)

A: Kaety L’Amoreaux (Maine-Endwell)

B: Margaret Dougher (Norwich)

C: Hayley Beebe (Newark Valley)

D: Brooke Tillotson (Marathon) and Kayla Campbell (Franklin)

First Team

Jalea Abrams (Elmira), Megan Fedor (Elmira), Carly Scott (Horseheads), Jenna DiNardo (Corning), Alyssa Dobson (Corning), Kaety L’Amoreaux (Maine-Endwell), Margaret Dougher (Norwich), Emily Evans (Norwich), Kennedy Westbrook (Waverly), Ang McGraw (Oneonta), Sylvia Liddle (Delhi), Kailey Kalet (Union Springs), Madalyn Barrows (Oxford), Hayley Beebe (Newark Valley), Taylor Benjamin (Newark Valley), Cha Gardner (Newark Valley), Kayla Campbell (Franklin), Brooke Tillotson (Marathon).

Second Team

Sophia Bonnell (Horseheads), Kellie Zoerb ( Corning), Mia Little (Ithaca), Marisa Smith (Johnson City), Precious Gabriel (Johnson City), Ally Stank (Union-Endicott), Liv Muse (Vestal), Maddy Triskett (Chenango Valley), Marasia Dyes (Seton Catholic Central), Payton Littlefield (Thomas A. Edison), Kylie Mussaw (Unatego), Hannah Ferguson (Newark Valley), Gracie Gardner (Newark Valley), Shannon Maloney (Elmira Notre Dame), Marissa Campbell (Franklin).

Note: Basketball Coaches Association of New York award winners’ coaches must be a BCANY member in order to have athletes nominated for Player of the Year, All-Section 4, and to be eligible for Coach of the Year. Winners are selected through a voting process by all Section 4 BCANY members.

March 1

Section 4 Class D Semifinal

1-Marathon 56, 4-Odessa-Montour 36

O-M (12-10): Led 12-8 after one quarter before trailing 27-17 at halftime. Gina Gavich and Keyonna Garrison 11 points each. M (16-5): Abby Ensign 22 points, Brooke Tillotson 19.

Section 4 Class B Semifinal

3-Chenango Valley 43, 2-Oneonta 38

CV: Maddi Trisket 19 points, 14 rebounds.

Section 4 Class C Semifinal

1-Newark Valley 78, 4-Unatego 36

NV: Hannah Ferguson 17 points, Grace Gardner 16.

Feb. 26

Section 4 Class AA Semifinal

2-Corning 54, 3-Horseheads 52

H: Carly Scott 15 points on five 3-pointers. C: Kellie Zoerb 15 points.

Section 4 Class C Quarterfinals

1-Newark Valley 78, 8-Southern Cayuga 27

NV: Hannah Ferguson 18 points, four 3-pointers; Taylor Benjamin 18 points; Grace Gardner 12, Cha Gardner 12. Cardinals led 51-14 at halftime.

4-Unatego 44, 5-Thomas A. Edison 33

TAE: Payton Littlefield 11 points. U: Alexa Lucia 12 points.

Section 4 Class D Quarterfinal

4-Odessa-Montour 47, 5-Schenevus 32

Hannah Nolan 14 points, 8 rebounds, 6 steals for O-M (12-9). Mackenzie Cannon added 13 points, 8 rebounds; Keyonna Garrison 9 points, 14 rebounds. Schenevus (15-6) rallied to lead 32-31 with six minutes left after trailing 25-9 early third quarter. O-M scored game's final 16 points and reached a sectional semifinal for first time since 2010.

Feb. 25

Section 4 Class A Semifinal

2-Johnson City 49, 3-Vestal 33

JC: Wildcats led 19-12 at halftime.

Section 4 Class C Quarterfinal

3-Delhi 46, 6-Moravia 31

D: Sylvia Liddle 24 points.

More: Section 4 girls basketball tournament seeds, schedule, game information

Feb. 24

Section 4 Class B Quarterfinals

1-Norwich 64, 8-Whitney Point 28

N: Margaret Dougher 21 points.

3-Chenango Valley 49, 6-Chenango Forks 34

CV: Emily Goodstal 15 points, Ally O'Connor 13.

2-Oneonta 57, 7-Susquehanna Valley 40

O: Ang McGraw 21 points.

Feb. 22

Section 4 Class C First Round

5-Thomas A. Edison 47,12-Harpursville 33

H: Ghia Medovich 13 points. TAE: Payton Littlefield 25 points, Lexi Moore 12.

8-Southern Cayuga 56, 9-Elmira Notre Dame 40

END: Shannon Maloney 28 points. SC: Charli Bennett 19 points, 14 rebounds; Avrey Colton 19 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists.

Section 4 Class D First Round

4-Odessa-Montour 51, 13-Edmeston 42

O-M: Hannah Nolan 15 points, 10 steals, 8 rebounds; Keyonna Garrison 11 points, 8 rebounds; Gina Gavich 9 points, three 3-pointers. O-M led 31-18 at half and 47-30.

Feb. 17

Thomas A. Edison 55, Marathon 46

TAE: Payton Littlefield 24 points, five 3-pointers; Harper Hoffman career-high 13 points; Lexi Moore 9 points. M: Ensign 25 points, six 3-pointers.

Feb. 15

Horseheads 49, Union-Endicott 27

H: Alexis Guzylak 12 points, 14 rebounds; Sophie Bonnell 11 points.

STAC Semifinals

Elmira 60, Chenango Valley 45

CV: Madeline Trisket 18 points, 12 rebounds. E: Megan Fedor 18 points, 15 rebounds, 6 blocked shots; Jalea Abrams 18 points.

Maine-Endwell 63, Norwich 41

M-E: Kaety L’Amoreaux 28, Sydney Yonkoski 12, Vasilia Anastos 9. N: Emily Evans 10, Margaret Dougher 9, Maddy Morris 8, MacKenzie Hess 8.

Feb. 14

Oneonta 54, Union-Endicott 50

O: Ang McGraw 22, Emma Peeters 13. U-E: Allison Stank 17, Neroj Barwari 14.

Feb. 13

Oneida 48, Horseheads 36

H: Carly Scott 10 points, Emma Romanski 7, Sophia Bonnell 7. O: Kaylin Curro 21.

Feb. 11

Whitney Point 44, Dryden 35

D: L. Prignon 9. WP: St John 12, E Morgan 11.

Ithaca 52, Union-Endicott 46

I: Mia Little 17, Julia Whelan 14, Maddy Little 8. U-E: Allison Stank 15, Allison DiPietro 11, Neroj Barwari 10.

Thomas A. Edison 67, Candor 34

C: Wilcox 22. TAE: P. Littlefield 32, 6 three-point goals.

Binghamton 49, Horseheads 47

B: Mariah Conklin 15 points, Mariah Luke 12. H: Carly Scott 18 points on six 3-pointers, Eva Koratsis 11 points, Emma Romanski 9 points, Megan Wolf 8.

Feb. 10

Maine-Endwell 63, Union-Endicott 51

M-E: Kaety L'Amoreaux 28 points, Lauren Dundon 12, Paniyota Anastos 10. U-E: Neroj Barwari 19, Allison Stank 13, Olivia Guccia 10.

Odessa-Montour 49, Lansing 21

O-M (10-8): Gina Gavich 12 points; Hannah Nolan 11 points, 8 steals; Mackenzie Cannon 11 points. L (4-15): Sydney Burke 11 points.

Newark Valley 83, Elmira Notre Dame 13

NV: H. Ferguson 18 points, G. Gardner 17. END: Shannon Maloney coming off a triple-double earlier in the week in a 49-32 w in over Newfield that included 18 points, 19 rebounds and 10 assists. She also had seven steals.

Sidney 42, Harpursville 21

S: E. Simmons 25 points. H: Merrill 7 points.

Chenango Valley 43, Susquehanna Valley 26

CV: Emily Goodstall 14 points, 4 rebounds.

Feb. 9

Moravia 48, Marathon 43

Marathon: Abbie Ensign 16 points, Brooke Tillotson 12. Moravia: Allison Kehoe 15 points, 7 rebounds; Chloe Hanson 8 points, 4 assists; Olivia Genson 8 points, 3 assists; Moravia rallied after trailing 26-14 at halftime.

Waverly 50, Thomas A. Edison 33

W: Kennedy Westbrook 28 points. TAE: Payton Littlefield 11 points, Gianna McGee 9.

Newark Valley 63, Watkins Glen 35

WG: R. Vickio 12 points, L. Ameigh 10. NV: T. Benjamin 18 points, H. Beebe 10, C. Gardner 9, H. Ferguson 9; Newark Valley clinched IAC South Large School Division.

Feb. 8

Union Springs 78, Dryden 32

D: L. Prignon 10, C. Russell 9. US: L. Casler 20, K. Kalet 16, P. Gilbert 11.

Horseheads 56, Ithaca 44

I: Sandra Clarke 14. H: Sophia Bonnell 25, Carly Scott 11, Emma Romanski 11; Blue Raiders clinched berth in Section 4 Class AA tournament.

O-M 36, Candor 32

O-M: Hannah Nolan 10, Gina Gavich 10. C: Brooke Wilcox 10.

Elmira Notre Dame 49, Newfield 32

END S. Maloney 18, L. Bigelow 18. N: E. McCoy 11.

Elmira 51, Corning 48

C: Jenna DiNardo 15 points. E: Jalea Abrams 20 points, 5 steals; Amarionah Dixon 10 points, 11 rebounds; Megan Fedor 11 rebounds, 5 blocks.

Union Springs 78, Dryden 32

Feb. 7

Odessa-Montour 53, Tioga 38

O-M (8-8): Mackenzie Cannon 14, Tori Brewster 13, Gina Gavich 11, Hannah Nolan 10. Tioga (3-12): Julia Bellis 16.

Moravia 56, Whitney Point 33

M: Jordan Smith 16 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals; Allison Kehoe 11 points, 4 assists; Chloe Hanson 10 points; Gabby Heim 6 steals, 5 assists. WP: St. John 12 points.

Feb. 5

Horseheads 38, Ithaca 30

H: Carly Scott 12 points, four 3-pointers; Alexis Guzylak 9 points; Scott and Maddie Matkosky hit third-quarter 3-pointers to help Blue Raiders stay in front after they led 14-10 at halftime in 11 a.m. game. Said Horseheads coach Andy Scott: "Both teams a little rusty out of the gate after two snow days and the early tip-off."

Elmira 82, Binghamton 46

Binghamton: Ackerson 12 points, Luke 10 points. Elmira: Jalea Abrams 22 points, three 3-pointers; Lauren Miller 20 points; Ellie Clearwater 12 points, two 3-pointers. Express coach A'Don Allen credited Payton Ross for continuing "to make life miserable" for opposing guards at the top of Elmira's zone. Elmira (13-2) has won seven straight. Said Allen: "Effort and energy was great today as we head into the stretch run of the season."

Corning 58, Waverly 43

Corning (11-3): Jenna DiNardo 16 points, Alyssa Dobson 13, Lexi Lapierre 10. Hawks outscored Waverly 49-23 over the final three quarters after Wolverines built 20-9 advantage. Said Corning coach Jamie Nichols: "The girls battled back by picking up their defensive intensity." W: Kennedy Westbrook 21 points, Olivia Nittinger 13.

Feb. 2

Moravia 52, Southern Cayuga 34

M: Cloe Hanson 18, Kate Baylor 10. SC: Charli Bennett 17, Avrey Colton 10.

Union Springs 62, Trumansburg 24

Elmira Notre Dame 56, Tioga 51

T: Julia Bellis 23. END: Maloney 18, Sheehan 17, Bigelow 10.

Newark Valley 78, Union-Endicott 29

U-E: Barwari 9 points. NV: T. Benjamin 24 points, G. Gardner 13, C. Gardner 11, J. Graham 10.

Feb. 1

Groton 34, Candor 27

G: Mattison Lucey 13. C: P. Ricardo 7.

Dryden 56, Trumansburg 30

T: A. Shappi 11. D: S. Pinckney 19, A. Henry 13.

Spencer-Van Etten 44, Odessa-Montour 26

S-VE: Sophia Dutra 13; Panthers clinched program’s first IAC division title (South Small) since 1995. O-M: Hannah Nolan 12.

Elmira 59, Ithaca 53

E: Jalea Abrams 22, Megan Fedor 14. I: Mia Little 17.

Corning 44, Horseheads 34

H: Emma Romanski 13, Carly Scott 7.

Union Springs 50, Marathon 31

Waverly 79, Elmira Notre Dame 20

W: Nittinger 24; A Westbrook 14, K. Westbrook 13.

Jan. 31

Moravia 54, Port Byron 32

M: Kate Baylor 19 points, 9 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists, 3 blocks; Chloe Hanson 10 points; Olivia Genson 9 points.

Jan. 29

Penfield 62, Horseheads 39

P: Leah Fusilli 15 points, Emily Fordham 12, Grace Alexander 12. H: Emma Romanski 10 points, Sophia Bonnell 8.

Elmira 66, Cicero-North Syracuse 63

E: Jalea Abrams 33 points and hit the deciding 3-pointer in the final minute in what Elmira coach A'Don Allen called "a state playoff atmosphere." He added, "Jalea Abrams has been on an absolute tear" and cited the defense of Payton Ross, Amiah Driscoll and Amarionah Dixon, along with the inside play of Megan Fedor, as keys. C-NS: Alexa Kulakowski 26 points. Elmira ranked 16th in state in Class AA; C-NS ranked 18th.

Newark Valley 80, Thomas A. Edison 21

Newark Valley snapped Edison's 10-game winning streak, beating the Spartans for the second time this season.

Jan. 28

Odessa-Montour 47, Newfield 21

N: Natalie Tibbals 6 points. O-M: Hannah Nolan 14 points, 7 steals, 8 rebounds; Brittany Cain 9 points; Mackenzie Cannon 9 points.

Elmira 68, Vestal 44

E: Jalea Abrams 30; Ellie Clearwater 13; Megan Fedor 7 points, 11 rebounds, 5 steals. V: F. Carty 21.

Union Springs 64, Southern Cayuga 31

US: Kailey Kalet 19, Danielle Waldron 14. SC: Chari Bennett 15.

Moravia 50, Groton 30

Olivia Genson 13 points; Kate Baylor 8 points, 4 rebounds, 4assists, 2 blocks; Jordan Smith 7 points, 7 rebounds, 4 steals, 3 assists; Gabby Heim 7 points, 7 steals.

Dryden 38, Lansing 31

D: S. Pinckney 8, K. Cornell 8. L: Burke 14, Gustafson 8.

Horseheads 69, Binghamton 37

B: Mariah Conklin 11 points. H: Sophie Bonnell 11 points, Carly Scott 10 points; Allison McLaughlin, in first game back from torn ACL suffered in February, played five minutes and went 3-for-3 at the foul line.

Sidney 55, Deposit/Hancock 26

S: Emma Simmons 23 points, Ava Cirigliano 21 points. D/H: Addison Makowski 10 points.

Corning 62, Union-Endicott 40

C: Alyssa Dobson 18 points, Jenna DiNardo 15, Jayda Felker 15, Kellie Zoerb 10. U-E: Jaidea Williams 13.

Jan. 27

Thomas A. Edison 57, Trumansburg 24

TAE: Payton Littlefield 17 points, Harper Hoffman career-high 13 points, Gianna McGee 9 points; 10th consecutive win for Edison (11-2). T: Faith Flood 11 points.

Spencer-Van Etten 43, Candor 25

S-VE: Hannah Martinez 16 points, three 3-pointers. C: Cadri Edwards 7 points.

Jan. 26

Ithaca 52, Corning 38

I: Mia Little 17, Maddy Little 10 points. C: Jenna DiNardo 14, Jayda Felken 10.

Jan. 25

Horseheads 51, Johnson City 32

JC: Precious Gabriel 12 points. H: Emma Romanski 14 points (8 in third quarter), Sophia Bonnell 11 points, three 3-pointers; Alexis Guzylak 10 points

Jan. 24

Corning Christian Academy 38, Tyburn Academy 20

CCA: Tessa Underwood 12 points, 6 steals; Allegra McBrearty 8 points, 13 rebounds; Lily Hancock 10 points.

So. Cayuga 56, North Rose Wolcott/Sodus 16

SC: Avrey Colton 13 points, 11 rebounds; Charli Bennett 12 points, 9 rebounds.

Auburn 55, Ithaca 37

I: Sandra Clarke 9. A: Leah Middleton 27

Union Springs 60, Spencer-Van-Etten 33

Jan. 22

Elmira 80, Lancaster St. Mary's 63

E: Jalea Abrams 29 points; Megan Fedor 21 points, 22 rebounds: SM: Penn State-bound Shay Ciezki 36 points and became her school's career scoring leader.

Jan. 21

Southern Cayuga 48, Newfield 25

N: Aaliya McCoy 8 points. SC: Charli Bennett 22 points, 12 rebounds; Circe Perez 9 points, 8 rebounds, 9 steals; Emily Prince 10 rebounds.

Moravia 51, Odessa-Montour 29

M: Kate Baylor 8 points, 8 rebounds, 7steals, 3 assists 2 blocks; Chloe Hanson 12 points, 7 rebounds; Allison Kehoe 18 points. O-M: Tori Brewster 10 points.

Elmira Notre Dame 52, Lansing 28

END: Lawson Bigelow 23, Shannon Maloney 17. L: Sydney Burke 15.

Thomas A. Edison 54, Dryden 40

D: Kahlen Cornell 9 points. TAE: Payton Littlefield 24 points, six 3-pointers; Gianna McGee 12 points.

Harpursville 46, Deposit/Hancock 32

H: Ghia Medovich 21 points.

Union Springs 70, Candor 28

Jan. 20

Odessa-Montour 51, Watkins Glen 45 (OT)

O-M: Keyonna Garrison 16 points, Hannah Nolan 13 points, Mackenzie Cannon 11 points. WG: Jenna Solomon 19 points, Rachel Vickio 12 points.

Jan. 19

Thomas A. Edison 51, Elmira Notre Dame 46

END: S. Maloney 28. P. Littlefield 19, G. McGee 15.

Elmira 63, Horseheads 44

E: Jalea Abrams 19 points. H: Emma Kamas 10 points.

Jan. 18

UE 77, Binghamton 36

U-E: Adrianna Fontana 23, Allison DiPietro 20 (6 3-point goals), Lauren Kneer 9; team’s 11-three-pointers a season high. B: Mariah Luke 19.

Union Springs 62, Moravia 52

US: Kailey Kalet 22, Paige Gilbert 12. M: Chloe Hanson 14, Allison Kehoe 12, Olivia Genson 12, Kate Baylor 11.

So. Cayuga 49, Dryden 34

D: Lauren Gulini 13, Kaylen Cornell 10. SC: Charli Bennett 15, Cici Perez 12.

Jan. 14

Maine-Endwell 69, Ithaca 59

M-E: Kaety L'Amoreaux 38, Vasilia Anastos 14. I: Sandra Clarke 14, Julia Whelan 14.

Union-Endicott 53, Johnson City 47

U-E: Neroj Barwari 17, Allison Stank 14. JC: Precious Gabriel 17.

Moravia 58, Newfield 14

Allison Kehoe 17 points, 3 assists; Gabby Heim 11 points, 6 steals.

Southern Cayuga 43, Candor 32

C: Shelby Swartz 10. SC: Ellie Brozon 18, Charli Bennett 14.

Newark Valley 67, Whitney Point 20

NV: T. Benjamin 18, G. Gardner 11, J. Graham 10.

Harpursville 42, Sidney 28

S: Simmons 13. H: Chelsea Merrill 16, Ghia Medovich 10.

Unadilla Valley 42, Deposit/Hancock 24

UV: Kadence York 18. D/H: Kaitlyn Macumber 7

Corning 61, Norwich 53

N: Madelyn Morris 16 points, Margaret Dougher 13. C: Jenna DiNardo 15 points, Lexi Papierre 14, Kellie Zoerb 13.

Waverly 61, Dryden 23

W: Kennedy Westbrook 24 points, Addison Westbrook 15 points. D: Pinckney 9 points.

Union Springs 64, Tioga 28

Jan. 12

Moravia 46, Elmira Notre Dame 25

M: Kate Baylor 12 points in first half; Allison Kehoe 7 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists; Jordan Smith 10 points, 6 steals. END: Shannon Maloney 12 points.

Jan. 11

Elmira 75, Corning 49

C: Alyssa Dobson 17 points. E: Megan Fedor 24 points, 12 rebounds, 4 blocks, 4 steals; Jalea Abrams 14 points, 5 assists, 3 steals.

Thomas A. Edison 46, Odessa-Montour 33

TAE: Lexi Moore 16, Payton Littlefield 15. O-M: Keyonna Garrison 10.

Watkins Glen 42, Candor 21

C: R. Pearl 11. WG: Rachel Vickio 15, Jenna Soloman 11.

Bainbridge-Guilford 51, Deposit/Hancock 31

B-G: Celeste Baldwin 27 points. D/H: Cassidy Bruford 12 points.

Southern Cayuga 48, Lansing 47

SC: Charli Bennett 21 points, 16 rebounds; Circe Perez 14 rebounds.

Jan. 10

Groton 37, Dryden 34

G: A. Dykeman 10. D: K. Cornell 14.

Jan. 8

Horseheads 55, Elmira 47

H: Emma Romanski 15 points, Megan Wolf 11 points, Carly Scott 10 points. E: Jalea Abrams 16 points, Megan Fedor 15 points.

Jan. 7

Groton 47, Odessa-Montour 29

G: Maddie Perkins 11, Abby Dykeman 10, Elisa Allen. O-M: Brittany Cooper 11.

Southern Cayuga 49, Tioga 45

Charli Bennett 19 points, 10 rebounds; Ellie Brozon 11 points; Avrey Colton 10 points.

Moravia 40, Candor 22

Chloe Hanson 16, Gabby Heim 8.

Newark Valley 79, Dryden 29

NV: T. Benjamin 20, H. Ferguson 15, H. Beebe 13. D: S. Pinckney 10.

Corning 48, Ithaca 42

I: Mia Little 12 points, Madelyn Little 10 points. C: Jenna DiNardo 15 points, Alyssa Dobson 13 points.

Jan. 6

Deposit/Hancock 47, Afton 24

D/H: Olivia Carey 20 points, Maddie Felter 15 points. A: Mallory Carmen 13 points.

Jan. 5

Corning 52, Horseheads 31

Corning (6-1) led 25-8 at halftime and 40-27 through three quarters. Horseheads now 3-5.

Elmira 44, Ithaca 36

E: Jalea Abrams 15, Megan Fedor 14. I: Julia Whelen 11.

Dryden 46, Trumansburg 43

D: L. Gulini 12, K. Cornell 9. T: J. Everhart 18.

Union Springs 60, Moravia 45

Jan. 4

Southern Cayuga 51, O-M 32

O-M: Mackenzie Cannon 19. SC: Charli Bennett 20 points, 6 rebounds; Ellie Brozozn 10 points.

Whitney Point 38, Dryden 21

WP: St. John 11. D: L. Gulini 6.

Thomas A. Edison 33, Elmira Notre Dame 19

Dec. 30

Lancaster St. Mary's 89, Horseheads 86 (2 OTs)

LSM: Shay Ciezki 47 points, including 39 after halftime. H: Carly Scott seven 3-pointers, 23 points; Sophia Bonnell 16 points; Megan Wolf 14 points; Eva Koratsis 14 points; Alexis Guzylak 10 points.

Dec. 29

Dryden 33, Groton 30

D: Tournament MVP Lauren Gulini 15 points in championship game of Marathon's Miss Holiday Hustle Tournament as Dryden won title after trailing 19-12 at half; Kahlen Cornell 9 points; Sindi Pinckney named to all-tournament team. G: Abby Dykeman 10 points.

Harpursville 31, Bainbridge-Guilford 26

H: Abby Lyon 8 points, Ghia Medovich 8 points in win at B-G tournament. B-G: Taylor Kazmirski 14 points.

Dec. 28

Dryden 47, Tully 45

D: Lauren Gulini scored 14 of Dryden's 17 fourth-quarter points and finished with 23 in a win at Marathon's Miss Holiday Hustle Basketball Tournament as Purple Lions advanced to the final against Groton. Dryden led 24-19 at half after trailing 16-3 through one quarter. T: Hailey Olender 17 points.

Southern Cayuga 50, Port Byron 31

SC (3-3): Circe Perez 10 points, 16 rebounds to lead win at Cayuga County Holiday Tournament; Ellie Brozon 13 points; Charli Bennet 10 points, 8 rebounds, 6 steals. PB: Maria Burns 8 points.

Hornell 67, Corning 51

C (5-1): Alyssa Dobson 13 points, Kellie Zoerb 10 points. H (4-1): Lillian Hoyt 22 points; Jane Spitulnik 11 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists; Maddie Moore 12 points, 10 rebounds; Selena Maldanado 10 points. Hornell 21-13 edge in third quarter after leading 29-26 at half.

Dec. 23

Dryden 32, Watkins Glen 30

D: L. Gulini 12, S. Pinckney 8. WG: J. Solomon 16, C. Parsons 9.

Dec. 22

Walton 60, Greene 30

W: M. MacGibbon 28.

Union Springs 61 O-M 30

US (5-0): Kailey Kalet 19, Payton Gilbert 13. O-M (5-2):. Gina Gavich 9.

Ithaca 51, Seton CC 38

SCC: Alexandra Back 23. I: Mia Little 11, Maddy Little 9.

Dec. 21

Elmira ND 45, Dryden 42

Dryden: L. Gulini 9. END: L. Bigelow 25, S. Maloney 15.

Marathon 52, Candor 30

M: Brooke Tillotson 21Abigail Ension 19; C: Brooke Wilcox 10.

Elmira 89, Norwich 86 (2 OT)

E: Jalea Abrams 40 points, 7 3-pointers (1 off school record held by her older sister, Zaria Thomas), Lauren Miler 15, Amarionah Dixon, Megan Fedor 10. N: Emily Evans 33, Maddy Morris 17.

Thomas A. Edison 58, Whitney Point 36

TAE: Harper Hoffman 11, Lexi Moore 10.

Dec. 20

Newark Valley 86, Lansing 14

NV scoring: T. Benjamin 23, H. Ferguson 17, C. Gardner 16, J. Graham 10.

Horseheads 60, Waverly 47

W (3-2): Addison Westbrook 17 points, Kennedy Westbrook 12 points, Olivia Nittinger 9 points. H (3-3): Sophia Bonnell 24 points, eight 3-pointers; Carly Scott 20 points, six 3-pointers; Eva Koratsis 8 points; 17-8 edge in second quarter to take 31-23 halftime lead.

Dec. 18

Bishop Kearney 77, Elmira 45

E (4-1): Jalea Abrams 19 points, Megan Fedor 8 points, Lauren Miller 8 points. BK: Kaia Goode 25 points, Amiaya Jackson 19 points.

Dec. 17

Newark Valley 73, Candor 25

C: Ricardo 8 points. NV: Hannah Ferguson 19 points, Makana Gardner 18 points, Gracie Gardner 10 points; Cardinals led 37-12 at halftime.

Moravia 53, Southern Cayuga 36

M (4-2): 19-7 edge in third quarter after game tied 19-19 at half; Chloe Hanson 22 points, 7 rebounds; Kate Baylor 17 points, 5 rebounds, 5 steals, 3 assists.

Union Springs 52, Marathon 41

Dec. 16

Horseheads 50, Vestal 19

H: Carly Scott 16 points, Emma Romanski 12, Sophie Bonnell 9.

Greene 49, Harpursville 17

G: Olivia Kennedy 15 points, Lyla Biefeldt 8.

Waverly 62, Elmira ND 19

END: Shannon Maloney 10 points.

Dec. 15

Elmira 63, U-E 45

Elmira: Megan Fedor 25 points, 10 rebounds; Jalea Abrams 19 points; Khamiah Inman 12 points; Amarionah Dixon 11 rebounds, 2 blocked shots.

Thomas A. Edison 55, S-VE 42

TAE scoring: Payton Littlefield 30, six 3-pointers; McGee 10.

Binghamton 53, Ithaca 37

Dec. 14

Newark Valley 92, Elmira ND 26

NV scoring: T. Benjamin 24, H. Beebe 16, J. Graham 15, C. Gardner 14; END: S. Maloney 18.

O-M 50, Tioga 30

Hannah Nolan 4 points for O-M (5-0).

Newfield 32, Candor 24

N: Aaliyah McCoy 13 points. C: Brooke Wilcox 10 points.

Moravia 63, Trumansburg 19

T: Faith Flood 7 points. M: Jordan Smith 19 points, Chloe Hanson 16 points.

Delhi 57, Deposit/Hancock 15

Delhi: Sylvia Liddle 17 points, Julia Baxter 10 points. D/H: Maddie Felter 7 points.

Marathon 56, Southern Cayuga 48

M: Brooke Tillotson 29 points. SC: Charli Bennett 22 points.

Union Springs 57, Groton 20

Dec. 11

Elmira 70, Maine-Endwell 54

E (3-0): Jalea Abrams career-high 26 points, four 3-pointers; Megan Fedor career-high 26 points, 13 rebounds, 6 steals, 6 assists, 4 blocks; Payton Ross 10 points. M-E (2-1): Kaety L'Amoreaux 19 points, Lauren Dundon 15 points, Sydney Yonkoski 10 points.

Quotable: "A fabulous basketball game," Elmira coach A'Don Allen said. "A fabulous effort by the Lady Express."

Union-Endicott 52, Horseheads 50

H (1-3): Emma Romanski 15 points, Megan Wolf 12 points. U-E: Allison Stank 19 points, Adriana Fontana 14 points, Alison DiPietro 12 points.

Corning Christian Academy 27, Finger Lakes Christian Academy 16

Tessa Underwood 10 points; Allegra McBrearty 6 points, 14 rebounds

Dec. 10

Odessa-Montour 42, Candor 38

O-M: Keyonna Garrison 17 points, Hannah Nolan 12 points as Odessa-Montour improved to 4-0.

Elmira Notre Dame 53, Trumansburg 23

END: Shannon Maloney 27 points; Allie O'Brien 10 points as the Crusaders improved to 3-0 under first-year coach Melissa Kalec.

Union Springs 71, Newfield 22

Dec. 9

Southern Cayuga 41, Groton 21

SC: Charli Bennett 12 points, 14 rebounds; Ellie Brozon 9 points, 3 steals; Avrey Colton 8 points, 7 rebounds.

Elmira Notre Dame 49, Whitney Point 40

END: Shannon Maloney 17 points, Allie O'Brien 8 points. WP: Emma Morgan 11 points, three 3-pointers.

Dryden 47, Lansing 34

L: Torres 15 points. D: Russell, Gulini, Prignon 9 points each.

Dec. 8

Maine-Endwell 63, Horseheads 54

M-E: Kaety L'Amoreaux 21 points, Vasilia Anastos 14 points, Sydney Yonkoski 11 points. H: Sophia Bonnell 17 points, Carly Scott 14 points.

Elmira 82, Johnson City 44

E: Megan Fedor 20 points, 11 rebounds; Lauren Miller 17 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists; Jalea Abrams 14 points; Amiah Driscoll 9 points. JC: Marisa Smith 16 points.

Harpursville 43, Unadilla Valley 36

H: Chelsea Merrill 18 points. UV: York 12 points, Courtright 10 points.

Walton 54, Deposit/Hancock 45

W: Jacqlyn Gransbury 40 points; D/H: Olivia Carey 12 points, Kaitlyn Macumber 9 points.

Dec. 7

Odessa-Montour 38, Newfield 12

O-M (3-0): Keyonna Garrison 14 points.

Elmira Notre Dame 47, Watkins Glen 25

WG: Rachel Vickio 12 points. END: Shannon Maloney 25 points, Lawson Bigelow 11 points. Winning debut for first-year Crusaders head coach Melissa Kalec.

Newark Valley 68, Thomas A. Edison 33

NV: Taylor Benjamin 23 points, Cha Gardner 14 points. TAE: Payton Littlefield 14 points, Lexi Moore 10 points.

Dec. 4

Odessa-Montour 47, Hammondsport 44

O-M: Keyonna Garrison 18 points, Mackenzie Cannon 14 points. O-M improved to 2-0. H: 1-2 record.

Horseheads 47, Oneonta 27

H: Carly Scott 13 points in consolation of Drago Tournament at Oneonta.

Dec. 3

Elmira 53, Waverly 38

E: Jalea Abrams 20 points, Amarionah Dixon 12 points, 8 rebounds off the bench. Elmira outscored Waverly 21-9 in third quarter and gave A'Don Allen a win in his first game as the team's head coach. W: Kennedy Westbrook 11 points.

Thomas A. Edison 39, Newfield 26

N: Janessa Acevedo 7 points. TAE: Payton Littlefield 19 points, three 3-pointers; Gabby Milazzo 8 points; TAE led 25-10 at half.

Bath Haverling 59, Campbell-Savona 14

BH: Led 17-0 after one quarter; Meredith Czajkowski 19 points, Sydney Burns 17 points. C-S: Karissa Champion 10 points.

Lafayette 51, Moravia 31

M: Chloe Hanson 12 points, Katherine Baylor 8 points.

Milford 35, Harpursville 32

H: Chelsea Merrill 9 points. M: D. Miason 12 points.

Colonie 69, Horseheads 29

C: Jayla Tyler 34 points.

Dec. 2

Odessa-Montour 57, Trumansburg 22

T: Lauren Millspaugh 12 points. O-M: Hannah Nolan 16 points, 9 steals, 8 rebounds; Keyonna Garrison 12 points, 7 rebounds, 3 blocks; Brittany Cooper 10 points; Gina Gavich 7 points, 4 assists. O-M led 20-1 after one quarter and 32-3 at halftime.

Union Springs 62, Jordan-Elbridge 21

US: Kailey Kalet 22 points, Danielle Waldron 12 points.

CCA 37, Twin Tiers Christian Academy 20

CCA: Lily Hancock 15 points. TTCA: Naomi Spinosa 8 points.

Dec. 1

Lyons 58, Southern Cayuga 51

SC: Avery Colton 22 points.

Marathon 66, Dryden 33

M: Brooke Tillotson 28 points, Abby Ensign 26 points, six 3-pointers. D: Lauren Gulini 15 points, Ava Henry 11 points.

This article originally appeared on Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin: HS girls basketball: Here are Southern Tier Athletic Conference all-stars

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