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January 13, 2009 - 11:22pm

HS boys highlights for Tuesday

posted by Brian Hillabush in basketball, sports, hockey.

 Pembroke had the home court advantage, and Kendall is a team looking for respect.

This game had great one written all over it.

Colt Tooley scored a game-high 31 points - including six 3-pointers - and led the visiting Eagles to a 59-56 victory over the Dragons. This means Kendall improves to 6-3 while Pembroke falls to 5-5.

The Eagles won the game i the second half with a 34-27 advantage. Josh Laureano had 13 points and Phil Kludt pitched in eight.

Andrew Wright led Pembroke with 20 points, with Ken Babcock scoring 14 and Andy Gabbey adding 12. Steve Moser was also in double figures with 10 points.

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Kevin Francis had another huge game for Notre Dame, scoring 20 points with 12 rebounds, seven assists and four steals as the Fighting Irish beat Holley 68-42.

Matt Thompson had 11 points with Vinny Zambito adding eight points for ND (8-1).

Brian Mitchell recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 boards for the Hawks, who fall to 3-8.

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While Phil Ostroski and Sonny Giuliano get most of the attention for the Elba basketball team, it was senior forward Max Torrey that had the big game in leading the Lancers to a 48-37 win over Attica.

Torrey scored eight of his 12 points in the fourth quarter as the Lancers (4-5) had a 14-10 advantage.

Ostroski did have 12 points for Elba.

Tate Westermeier and Brad Clark had 12 points apiece for the Blue Devils (5-4).

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Tim Smith dropped in 19 points as the Oakfield-Alabama basketball team thumped Wheatland-Chili 73-40. Noah Seward had a double-double with 13 points, 11 boards and four assists.

A.J. Kehlenbeck had six points with 10 rebounds and four dimes, with Brad Riner dishing out eight assists.

Rick Agosto had 10 points for the Wildcats (2-6).

O-A is now 8-1.

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Will Mulcahy popped in a pair of goals and assisted on another to lead Batavia to a 6-3 win over Bishop Kearney/Eastridge in a Monroe County League hockey game.

Tilar Clark had his first varsity goal and a pair of helpers to help out Batavia, which improves to 8-5-1.

Andrew Maxwell, Pat and Tim Finnell each added a goal.

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