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Lady Rams clipped by Johnstown, 36-33

Monday, December 10, 2012 - Updated: 6:31 PM

Staff report

JOHNSTOWN -- Hope Cerasulo scored a game-high 14 points to lead the Johnstown girls basketball team past Amsterdam, 36-33, in a non-league tilt Saturday.

Courtney Cirillo added eight points for the Lady Bills.

Cristiana Johnson had 11 points and Latifa Woods-Walker chipped in with nine to pace the Lady Rams (1-2, 0-1 Big 10), who have scored just 82 total points through their first three games.

Amsterdam is back in action Tuesday at home against Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons.


Catskill 68, Fort Plain 45

Nigel Gray scored a game-high 20 points and Jordan Brantley added 15 as the Cats topped Fort Plain at Waterford-Halfmoon High School.

Chris Hanifin led Fort Plain with 10 points, while Joe Ray scored eight. Zack Sweet and Eric Orologio each scored seven for the Hilltoppers.

Saturday, Hanifin scored a game-high 21 points to pace the Hilltoppers past Chatham, 55-51

Ray chipped in 12 points for Fort Plain, while Marcus Failing had 10 points in his first game of the season.

Travis Overby poured in 20 points to pace Chatham in defeat.


Fulton-Montgomery CC 72,

Corning CC 67

Darius Ward's 16-point, nine-rebound effort helped pace the Raiders past Corning Community College.

Khaleeq Baum and Bryant Jack each scored 12 points for F-MCC, while Qwatee Williams, Dondre Simmons and Andy Irzarry scored eight apiece.

Jerome Jones led the Red Barons with 11 points and seven rebounds, with James Anderson and Chris Johnson each chipping in 10 points.


Fulton-Montgomery CC 91,

Corning CC 58

Cassandra Flowers and Takima Lucky each scored 15 points to lead five F-MCC players in double figures as the Lady Raiders routed Corning.

Kendra Jordan added 14 points for F-MCC, Cheryl Osborne had a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, Veronica Chea also had 12 points and Domonique Mitchell scored 10, while Grace Rutagengwa grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds.

Mollie Peck had 28 points and 13 boards for Corning, while Marissa Pike added 21 points. Corning shot just 15-of-60 from the field for the game and was just 5-of-34 from the floor in the first half.


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