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Wortner Wins Again: Rivertowns Daily Sports Digest, Feb. 8

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Wortner shines

We thank a Dobbs Ferry track supporter for the below submission:

Dobbs Ferry and Hastings competed in the indoor track Class C Sectional Championships yesterday (Feb. 5) at the Armory. Brendan Wortner, Dobbs Ferry High School, won the 3200 meter race in 9:39, and he was third in the 1600 meters in 4:35.

All results are available at ny.milesplit.com.

 

Senior stands out

We thank the Mercy College Sports Information Department for the below submission:

Today (Feb. 4), the Mercy College men’s basketball team dropped an East Coast Conference-match to New York Institute of Technology, 90-79. Junior guard Colin Senior (Hackensack, N.J.) had a game-high 23 points.

For the official release, please click the link here.

 

College News from Dick Miller

Basketball

At Queens on the 1st, Riley Harrington (Irv.'10) of St. Thomas Aquinas scored 5 points on a basket plus 3-3 at the courtesy line, and also had 3 boards in the Falcons ' 61-44 win over the host five.

Hosting Potsdam on the 31st, the New Paltz Hawks out scored their guests, 86-65, with point guard Pippa Mansdorf (H '10) scoring 1 point, plus having 1 assist and a steal on the night.

After being sidelined for two games with an injury, Eastern Connecticut's shooting guard, Nick Nedwick (Irv.'10), came roaring back in a heart stopper at Wesleyan on the 1st, as he , in 32 minutes on the court, scored a game high of 22 points, which resulted from 6 baskets, 1 trey , and 7 of 9 at the foul line.

He also had 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals in the 66-65 loss to the Cardinals. Nedwick, with 2 seconds remaining in the game, just missed a shot from beyond the arc that would have meant victory.

At home with New Paltz on the 3rd, Geneseo outscored the guests, 92-74, with Ryan Riefenhauser 3-7 from the floor, and having 4 boards and 2 assists in the win.

 

On tap today:

Dobbs Ferry H.S.:


4:15 PM BOYS BASKETBALL JV LEAGUE IRVINGTON HSDOBBS FERRY HS
6:00 PM BOYS BASKETBALL Varsity LEAGUE IRVINGTON HSDOBBS FERRY HS
6:00 PM GIRLS BASKETBALL JV LEAGUE DOBBS FERRY HSIRVINGTON HS
4:15 PM GIRLS BASKETBALL Varsity LEAGUE DOBBS FERRY HSIRVINGTON HS

Hastings H.S.:

4:15 PM GIRLS BASKETBALL JV NON-LEAGUE HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOLNEW ROCHELLE HS NEW ROCHELLE HS

Irvington H.S.:


4:15 PM BOYS BASKETBALL JV LEAGUE IRVINGTON HSDOBBS FERRY HS
6:00 PM BOYS BASKETBALL Varsity LEAGUE IRVINGTON HSDOBBS FERRY HS
6:00 PM GIRLS BASKETBALL JV LEAGUE DOBBS FERRY HSIRVINGTON HS
4:15 PM GIRLS BASKETBALL Varsity LEAGUE DOBBS FERRY HSIRVINGTON HS

Source: http://sportspakdb.lhric.org

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