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Vasilow and Fairley combine for 51 in win

Saturday, December 01, 2012 - Updated: 6:31 PM

Staff report

JOHNSTOWN -- Matt Vasilow scored 27 points and Rob Fairley added 24 points to lead Team Vasilow to a 94-68 victory over Team Sumpter in a Fulton-Montgomery Community College Men's Basketball League game.

Wynn Adams scored 21 points and John Sumpter added 20 points to lead Team Sumpter.

Team Daley 82,

Team Whelly 72

E.J. Gallup's game-high 39 points helped boost Team Daley to a win over Team Whelly.

T.J. Czeski chipped in 27 points for Team Daley.

Jerel Scott scored a game-high 32 points and Antonio Davis added 21 points to lead Team Whelly.

Team Abdella 76,

Team Beekman 70 (OT)

Kalvin Perry tallied 29 points and Dave Halloran contributed with 22 points to propel Team Abdella to an overtime victory over Team Beekman.

Charles Beekman scored 27 points and Bronson Tolliver chipped in with 21 points to lead Team Beekman.



Daley 7-2

Vasilow 7-2

Abdella 5-4

Sumpter 4-5

Whelly 3-6

Beekman 1-8


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