ENDWELL, N.Y. - We begin with the game of the night.
Class B's #17 Owego at Maine-Endwell to face the Spartans.
Jack McFadden with it for M-E. Drives, gets the roll, and the foul. Pumped up.
Indians now, Christian Sage swerves his way through traffic. Beautiful touch.
Then, Will Donovan trapped in the corner.
Finds Cam Niera up top, who shuttles it down low to Kobe Bogart.
He led all scorers with 25 points.
But, here comes M-E.
Gannon Russell, the bouncer to Cody Petro.
He tucks it in from under the basket.
He was among the top scorers with 13 points.
Tyree Brodley led with 15.
Maine-Endwell shocks Owego!
They pull off the upset 62-55 and end the Indians 13-game win streak.
It's also Owego's only loss to a New York state team.
Then, it was on to Union-Endicott where the Tigers welcomed in the Corning Hawks.
First possession of the game for either team.
Isaiah Fullard to Sadeeq Tarry.
Sadeeq with the swagger, knocks down the three.
Corning with it now.
Jordan Haggard to Jason Rodriguez.
He decides he doesn't want it, gives it back to Haggard, and he drills the three.
Tigers now. Fullard drives, the fade away floater falls...fantastic.
He had 10 points, behind only Tarry who had 15.
But Corning would take over. Ivan Jubilee to Rodriguez again.
One step, up with it, fouled, and one.
He finished with 17 points. Jubilee with a game-high 21.
The Hawks pick up the road win, beating U-E 69-59.
Third game of the evening, Vestal hosting Johnson City.
Second half action. J.C.'s Adam Burns slings the ball down court to Jakire Hillard, who quickly finds Xavier Hill for the basket.
Vestal's Gabe Whiteman to the senior Victor Virgilio on Senior Night.
He finishes the play.
Then, Whiteman with a nice shimmy move.
Drives the lane, and gets the shot to go.
J.C. making moves though. Inbound play.
Ladarius Thompson to Keith Harris.
He goes straight up with it.
Then, more from Hill.
Turns the corner, and the finger roll bounces home.
Wildcats snap a five-game losing skid as they go on to take this one, 72-56.
Final stop on Tuesday, #6 in Class B, Seton Catholic Central, hosting Chenango Valley.
Late in the second quarter, that's Brett Rumpel with it.
He kicks it out to Tommy Dempsey, and Dempsey does what he does. Drains it.
C.V. hanging around.
Travis Kraack in the corner.
Cuts in, and knocks that one down.
The Warriors not backing down, that making it just a six-point game.
But the Saints had a chance to extend the lead just seconds before the half.
Leo Gallagher drives, sends it to the far corner for Peter Hartrick, and Hartrick with the dagger in the hearts of Warriors fans.
Head coach Chris Sinicki picks up his 300th career victory, and the Saints hold off C.V. to win their 8th in-a-row, 63-55.