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Ogdensburg’s Boys-Girls Club Basketball Report

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Georgetown posted the only 2-0 In Junior Big East League of the Ogdensburg Boys and Girls Club Spring Basketball Program.

Notre Dame and Syracuse are next at (1-1) followed by UConn at (0-2). Syracuse 28 Notre Dame 26 OT- The ‘Cuse’ defeated previously undefeated Notre Dame as Connor Badlam scored the only basket in overtime. Badlam ended the evening with 10 points followed Trent Saumier with 6 points. Matt Ramm and Cole Meachem added 4 points while Brett Gleason and Dominic Molinari each scored 2 for the ‘Cuse.

Notre Dame was led by Nate McCarney with 8 points. Joey Dalton added 6 points, while Trenton Sullivan added 4 points and Zade Lesperance, Jaden Sullivan, Cale Sargent, and Will Kroeger added a 2 pointer.

Georgetown 20 UConn 15- Georgetown won a tight matchup as Riley Luckie and Matt Rector scored 5 points each. Marcus “Magic” Johnson followed with 4 points while Avery Love and Justyn McCormick added 3 points to the winning effort. UCONN was led by Josh Farrar with a game high 9 points.

Players of The Week: Offensive- Connor Badlam, Riley Luckie.Defensive- Matt Rector, Dominic Molinari. Sportsmanship- Ryan Weaver, Zade Lesperance

Big East Standings: Georgetown 2-0-2 2 6 pts, Notre Dame 1-1-0 2 4 pts, Syracuse 1-1-0 2 4 pts, UConn 0-2-0 2 2 pts.

Schedule: Thur.5/03/12: Georgetown vs. Notre Dame 7:00 PM, Syracuse vs. UConn 8:00 PM

Big East Boxscores

Georgetown 20- Love 0-1-0-3, Rector 2-0-1-5, Mar. Johnson 2-0-0-4, McCormick 1-0-1-3, Luckie 2-0-1-5 Totals 7-1-3-20

UConn 33- Van Gordon 1-0-0-2, Farrar 3-1-0-9, Lawrence 1-0-0-2, Me. Johnson 1-0-0-2 Totals-6-1-0-15.

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Notre Dame 26- Lesperance 1-0-0-2, J. Sullivan 1-0-0-2, Sargent 1-0-0-2, Kroeger 1-0-0-2, McCarney 3-0-2-8, T. Sullivan 2-0-0-4, Dalton 3-0-0-6 Totals- 12-0-2-26

Syracuse 28- Meachem 2-0-0-4, Badlam 5-0-0-10, Saumier 3-0-0-6, Ramm 1-0-2-4, Gleason 1-0-0-2, Molinari 1-0-0-2 Totals- 13-0-2-28



BIG 10 ELEMENTARY LEAGUE

Purdue (2-0) leads the Big 10 Elementary League. Ohio St. and Indiana are next at (1-1) followed by Michigan at (0-2). Last week’s action saw both games decided at the charity stripe as Purdue defeated Ohio St. 26 to 25 while Indiana defeated Michigan 31 to 29. Play resumes on Thursday with Michigan against Purdue at 3:30 p.m. while the late game features Ohio St. facing Indiana at 4:15 p.m at the OBGC.

Purdue 26 Ohio St. 25- Pudue (2-0) was led to victory by Nolan Rapin, Sidney Hosmer, Aaron Ellis, and Hailey Reed. Ohio St. (1-1) was led by Nathen McNally, Karson Larose, and Garret Zulauf.

Indiana 31 Michigan 29 –Indiana (1-1) defeated Michigan as Zach Kimble, Burklei Dupree, Claire Rise, and Jordan Fennessey led the winning effort. Michigan (1-1) was led by Mitchell Brenno, Mollie Williams, Celia Henry, and Braden Free.

Players of The Week: Offensive- Zach Kimble, Mollie Williams. Defensive- Cooper Hunter, Mitchell Brenno. Sportsmanship- Colin Brenno, Aaron Staie

Big 10 Elementary Standings: Purdue 2-0-0 2 6pts, Ohio State 1-1-0 2 4 pts, Indiana 1-1-0 2 4 pts, Michigan 0-2-0 2 2 pts.

Schedule 5-3: Michigan vs. Purdue 3:30 p.m., Indiana vs. Ohio State 4:15 p.m.



ACC ELEMENTARY LEAGUE

After two weeks of play a four-way tie has developed for the Wednesday afternoon ACC League. Duke, Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina all stand at 1-1. North Carolina knocked off Duke 39-29, while Maryland nipped Virginia 24-22.

Play continues on Wednesday as Duke battles Virginia at 3:30 p.m. and North Carolina tangles with Maryland at 4:15 p.m.

Maryland 24 Virginia 22- Maryland (1-1) defeated Virginia as Caroline Lalone, Mesean Johnson, David Vernsey, and Trent Sargent led the way. Virginnia (1-1) was led by Jackson Jones, Josh Hunter, Adrianna Vinch, and Jake Sharpe.

North Carolina 39 Duke 29- North Carolina (1-1) defeated Duke as Andy Downs, Matty Hough, Tyler George, and Drew Harmer led the winning effort. Duke (1-1) was led by Amanda Self, Harry Powers, Sarah Nichols, and Hayden Ives.

Players of The Week: Offensive- Andy Downs, Hayden Ives. Defensive- Mesean Johnson, Jackson Jones. Sportsmanship- Amanda Self, Morgan Giltner

ACC Standings: Virginia 1-1-0 2 4 pts; Duke 1-1-0 2 4 pts, Maryland 1-1-0 2 4 pts, North Carolina 1-1-0 2 4pts.

Schedule Wed. 5/02/12: Duke vs. Virginia 3:30 PM, North Carolina vs. Maryland 4:15 PM

WNBA GIRLS LEAGUE

The Sparks and Liberty both recorded wins in well-played games to set up a first place showdown in OBGC Girls Basketball League.Tuesday’s action will see the Sparks/Liberty game at 7 p.m. with the Storm facing the Mystics at 8 p.m.

Sparks (49) Storm (36)- A 20-10 fourth quarter edge keyed the Sparks win as Bridget Rust scored 12 of her game high 18 points in the final stanza. Sarah Vivlamore added 17 with Courtney Sherwin scoring 6 and pulling in a number of rebounds.

The Storm were led by Alex Steele and Maddie St. Pierre who scored 9 points each.

Liberty (49) Mystics (44)- Riley Luckie got the Liberty off to a quick start by scoring 11 of her game high 26 points in the first quarter. Macy Wilkens and Jordyn Marcellus each added 8 points and solid rebounding. Paige McCormick led the Mystics with 15 points in a hustling effort with Alexis Widener adding 12.

Players of the Week: Offensive- Bridget Rust, Riley Luckie; Defensive- Jordyn Marcellus, Casey O’Donnell. Sportsmanship- Bri Harrington, Maggie Crowley

Standings- Sparks 2-0-2-4, Liberty 2-0-2-4, Mystics 0-2-2-2, Storm 0-2-2-2

Schedule 5/1/ 7 p.m. Sparks vs. Liberty 8 p.m. Storm vs. Mystics

Girls League Boxscores

Sparks (49)- Johnson, A. 1-0-2, Snyder 2-0-4, O’Donnell 1-0-2, Rust,B. 9-0-18, Sherwin 2-2-6, Vivlamore 6-1-2-17, Totals- 21-1-4-49

Storm (36)- Steele- 4-1-9, Crowley, B. 3-0-6, Crowley, M. 1-0-2, St.Pierre, O. 3-2-8, St. Pierre, M. 2-5-9, Sovie 1-0-2, Totals- 14-8-36

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Liberty (49)- Marcellus 4-0-8, Caufield 1-0-2, Tooley, E. 2-1-5, Luckie 10-1-3, 26, Wilkens 4-0-8, Totals- 21-1-4-49

Mystics (44)- Lilly 1-0-2, Harrington B. 1-0-2, McCormick 6-3-15, Widener 6-0-12, Gleason, J. 2-0-4, Gleason 1-0-2 , Harrington, C. 2-1-0-7, Totals 19-1-3-44



SENIOR LEAGUE

The Mavs and the Lakers moved to 2-0 in tight OBGC SR. Basketball League Games. Tight games were the order of the night as no more than three points separated the final outcomes in OBGC Senior Basketball League action this past week at Thomas Luckie Sr. Court.

The Celtics also a recorded a close win.

Tripleheaders are held each Wednesday evening with volunteer Section X officials calling the action.

Lakers (61) Thunder (60)- The Lakers forced a tough shot at the end of the final stanza to hold on to the win. Dedrick Johnson led the way with 24 points exploding for 12 in the opening quarter. Pat Cosmo dropped in 14 while Colin O’Bryan added 13. The Thunder fought back from a 16 point halftime deficit were led by Matt Kendall with 24 points, 16 from Josh Liebstien and 14 from Mo Rease.

Celtics (64) Knicks (63)- Trailing by one with 9 seconds Zane Ramsdell knocked down a pair of free throws and the Celtics forced a missed three-pointer at the buzzer to gain the win. Ramsdell led the way with 24 points with Breton LaRose adding 17 and Conor Hannan 11 with three three-pointers. The Knicks were led by Matt Tomford with 19 points followed by Kinnon LaRose with 13 and David Tomford with 12.

Mavs (59) Heat (56)- A 21-point second quarter ignited the Mavs who survived a second half Heat comeback. Garrett Kinnen led the way with 19 points with Matt Piercey adding 12. Ryan Adams led the Heat with 16 with Tyler Knowlton adding 14.

Players of the Week: Offensive- Dedrick Johnson, Matt Kendall; Defensive- Sean Love, Mo Rease. Sportsmanship- Darren Bresett, Zach Grenier

Standings- Mavs 2-0-2-6, Lakers 2-0-2-6, Heat 1-1-2-4, Celtics 1-1-2-4, Knicks 0-2-2-2, Thunder 0-2-2-2

Schedule 5/2/ - 6:30- Mavs vs. Celtics, 7:30- Heat vs. Lakers 8:30- Knicks vs. Thunder.

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SENIOR LEAGUE BOXSCORES

Lakers (61)- Miller 1-0-2, Palmer 2-2-6, Johnson 9-2-0-24, O’Bryan 5-3-13, Brady 1-0-2, Cosmo 6-2-14, Totals- 24-2-7-61

Thunder (60)- Kendall 5-4-2-24, Mayette 1-0-2, Grenier 2-0-4, Liebstien 8-0-16, Rease 7-0-14, Totals 23-4-2-60

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Celtics (64)- Cole 1-1-0-5, LaRose, B. 4-3-0-17, Ramsdell 8-8-24, Kanaly 1-0-2, Hannan 1-3-0-11, Brockway 1-1-3, Totals 16-7-11-64

Knicks (63)- Lalone 2-0-4, Tomford, D. 3-2-0-12, Tomford, M. 9-1-19, LaRose, K. 4-1-2-13, Martin 0-1-1, Frisina 5-0-10, Weaver 1-2-4, Totals 24-3-6-63

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Mavs (59)- Pinkerton 2-0-4, Love 1-0-2, Bouchard 3-0-6, Moulton 2-2-6, Kinnen 5-3-0-19, Tully 3-0-6, Piercey 3-2-0-12, Rogers 0-1-1-4 Totals 19-6-3-59

Heat (56)- Molinari 1-0-2, Folk 2-0-4, Tulip 2-0-4, Knowlton 4-2-0-14, Binion 0-1-0-3, Farrell 5-0-10, Adams 5-2-0-16, Bresett 1-0-2, Totals 20-5-1-56

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