Seton crushes CV

Seton Catholic Central Saints: 78
Chenango Valley Warriors: 56

The Chenango Valley Warriors varsity boys’ basketball team lost to the Seton Catholic Central Saints 78-56 Tuesday night at Seton Catholic Central High School, snapping a seven game winning streak in the process. With the help of Chris Furner with 18 points and 14 rebounds, and Matt Meier with 25 points (17 in the first half), the Saints toppled the Warriors, who were being called the “hottest team in STAC.” Seton coach Chris Sinicki told the Press & Sun-Bulletin that the key to the Seton victory was guarding CV’s senior Matt Mullins. “He had to work hard for everything he had,” Sinicki said. Although Mullins scored a team-high 21 points, he seemed to have trouble driving the lane the whole night again a tough Seton defense. In the paint, Chenango Valley could not seem to match Furner’s rebounding ability as possessions came and went. Fouls were a big problem for CV as well, putting Seton in the bonus in the first quarter. This loss keeps Chenango Valley in third place in STAC East, below Windsor (11-2) and Seton Catholic Central (10-3).

Video highlights to come…

NEXT GAME:
Chenango Valley Warriors vs. Whitney Point Golden Eagles
Friday, February 1st, 7:45p.m.
Whitney Point High School

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CV rallies, beats Forks – 7th straight.

Chenango Valley Warriors: 76
Chenango Forks Blue Devils: 65


The Forks-Valley rivalry doesn’t always make it onto the basketball court, but when a guy named Matt Mullins is guarding a guy named Garret Cade, it just might be an emotional game. The Chenango Valley Warriors varsity boys’ basketball team beat the Chenango Forks Blue Devils 76-65 Friday night at Chenango Valley High School. Matt Mullins led the Warriors with 25 points as Chenango Valley wins its 7th game in a row. The game remained close throughout, and after trailing 40-34 at halftime, CV needed a change in defense. After a halftime prep talk from coach Zanot, the Warriors changed into a man-to-man set, and turned it around in the third quarter. Tommy Hull, who had 17 points in the game, was absolutely on fire in the third quarter, hitting three 3-pointers and getting 11 of his points. With 1:54 left in the game, Chenango Valley was leading 68-65 after a Clint Cade layup and Coach Zanot took a timeout. On the next possession, Chris Mack controlled the ball up the court with the “Warrior Clap” loudly echoing through the House of Rock. After a few quick passes, Matt Mullins controlled the ball at the top of the key. With a screen from Tommy Hull, he was able to find a lane and with a spin move, make a drive and get the basket. After a Tommy Hull layup (assist from Mack), the Warriors now led 72-65. When a CF three-point miss put Chenango Valley in control – they went out of control. Matt Mullins tried to work inside, but when he was double teamed, he found Eric Bidwell on the far side. Eric Bidwell went for the three-pointer and was knocked down drawing the foul. It went in to make it 76-65, and the crowd went wild. Clutch performances were the key to this Chenango Valley win. Chris Mack contributed with 18 points and 6 assists and Matt Bobal had 11 rebounds for CV.

Video highlights to come…

NEXT GAME:
Chenango Valley Warriors vs. Seton Catholic Central Saints
Tuesday, January 29th, 7:45 p.m.
Seton Catholic Central High School

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CV and Mullins smokin’. Windsor loses.

Chenango Valley Warriors: 64
Windsor Black Knights: 45


With the help of the 6th Man, the CV Hoopsters have won 6 in-a-row. The Chenango Valley Warriors varsity boys’ basketball team beat the Windsor Black Knights 64-45 Friday night at Chenango Valley High School. Matt Mullins led the Warriors with 19 points, as CV proved their strength against one of STAC’s best teams. The Warriors’ team defense was most impressive, combining for 15 steals and 25 defensive rebounds. Chenango Valley held Windsor to only 5 points in the first quarter. Senior Matt Bobal helped lead CV in the paint with a double-double – 13 points 14 rebounds – along with sophomore Tommy Hull who scored 10.

Video highlights to come.

NEXT GAME:
Chenango Valley Warriors vs. Chenango Forks Blue Devils
Friday, January 25th, 7:45p.m.
Chenango Valley High School
THE HOUSE OF ROCK

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Hoops update #5

Chenango Valley Warriors: 70
Maine-Endwell Spartans: 57


NEXT GAME:
Chenango Valley Warriors vs. Windsor Black Knights
Friday, January 18th, 7:45p.m.
Chenango Valley High School
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