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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12452/7221444?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Sun, 31 Dec 2017 04:22:57 +0000 12-30 sports 12-30 sports http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12452/7221444?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WKTV maroon knights in the 14th annual holiday hoops tournament. the home redskins defeated new york mills on friday while frankfort beat westmoreland to advance to the tournament championship game. early in the first quarter - aeron hamm drives baseline - knocks down the floater - oriskany trails by two. but the maroon knights answer right back - jasmine medina kicks it out to marissa wainwright - nothing but net for three. less than a minute later - its wainwright again - catch and shoot. she was on fire in the first quarter - as frankfort- schuyler takes an eight point lead. oriskany trying to stay in it - maddelyn hoehn with the steal - she sets up the offense then gets it down low to jane fahy she spins and banks it home. second quarter - watch this shot by gabriella howard - it hits the top of the backboard - howard getting the friendly bounce - count it and a foul. she completes the three point play and the knights are up big. frankfort schuyler would go on to defeat the redksins 61-39 to win the 2017 oriskany girls holiday hoops tournament. in the college ranks - the uc pioneers hosted the oswego state lakers in the utica college basketball tournament title game. second half - the pioneers continue to roll - ivan iton posts up his defender - kisses it off the glass for two - uc opens up a 15 point lead. but the lakers not going away quietly - jamir ferebee uses the screen creates the contact - count plus the whistle after the three point play - oswego gets within two. uitca responds - bennito ayarza with the steal - hell take this one himself - pioneerson top 49-42. seven minutes to go - tlyer jollie swishes it in from beyond the arc - uc with a 10 point lead. but once again - the lakers making things interesting. ian schupp with the off balance shot - its good - and utica clinging to a one point lead with 4.8 seconds to go in regulation. the lakers immediately foul - ayarza makes two clutch free throws to seal the 66-63 victory for the pioneers. earlier in the day - the women returned to action - hosting union college. uc in control in the first half- maggie tabone causes the turnover - she gets it ahead to nicolette conkin in transition - the easy layup. pioneers go up 22-14. a few minutes later - ashley mayodrives - creates the contact - mucles the shot up for two to give utica a 10 point lead. the offense continuing to click still in the second quarter - tabone kicks it out to conkin from the top of the key - she drains the three and the pioneers have doubled their lead over the dutchwomen. second half - a much different story. jenni barra his t back to back buckets to put union on top and they wouldn't look back. the dutchwomen outscored the pioneers 39-17 in the second half to earn the victory - final from uc 61-53. on the ice - the utica comets made the short trip down the thruway to take on north division rival - syracuse. the comets looking for the same outcome as last saturday - when they handed the crunch a 2-1 loss. first period - it looks like syracuse gets on the board first - but the goal is waved off due to high sticking - we remain scoreless. until later in the frame - connor verhaeghe finds alexander volkov for the one timer - unfortunately that one counts and syraucse takes a 1-0 lead. utica looking for the equalizer and they get it - darren archibald to micahel carcaone - goal - in just his second game back - archie with the assist on carcone's 7th goal of the season - evens it up at one. of course when these two play its never boring - this one would end in an 11 round shooutout - where the comets would fall 3-2. we'll





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