GREENVILLE — Coxsackie-Athens earned seven victories by pin en route to a 71-18 victory over Greenville in Friday’s Patroon Conference wrestling match.

Logan Campbell (113), Josiah Decker (120), Noah Bartels (138), Anthony Iamunno (152), Colin Riley (170), Andrew Riley (182) and Seth Dillworth (285) all pinned their opponents.

Kieran Cullen (106), Bernard Davis (126) and Aidan Cullen (132) recorded pins for Greenville.

Results

99 — Neil Murphy (CA) won by forfeit; 106 — Kieran Cullen (G) pinned Rey Martinez, 1:15; 113 — Logan Campbell (CA) pinned Kaden Bensen, 1:22; 120 — Josiah Decker (CA) pinned Colby Lackie, 3:02; 126 — Bernard Davis (G) pinned Tommy Notabartolo, 1:05; 132 — Aidan Cullen (G) pinned Kyle Green, :50; 138 — Noah Bartels (CA) pinned Devin O’Connor, 1:37; 145 — Schyler Caringi (CA) defeated Schuyler Wilson by technical fall, 17-2; 152 — Anthony Iamunno (CA) pinned Zachary Blakeslee, 2:37; 160 — Joseph Martinez (CA) won by forfeit; 170 — Colin Riley (CA) pinned Cole Flannery, 2:56; 182 — Andrew Riley (CA) over Sawyer Peak, :23; 195 — Colby Lord (CA) won by forfeit; 220 — Nate VanValkenburg (CA) won by forfeit; 285 — Seth Dillworth (CA) pinned Justin Case, 1:35.

Maple Hill 60, Berlin 21

CASTLETON — Caleb Svingala improved to 19-0 with another impressive performance in Maple Hill’s 60-21 Patroon Conference wresling victory over Berlin on Thursday.

Svingala pinned Berlin’s Joshua Zlotnick in 1:13 to help the Wildcats earn their third Patroon victory without a loss.

Results

99 — Vincent Colvin (MH) won by forfeit; 106 — No Match; 113 — Thomas Merhige (MH) pinned Sarah Roy, :20; 120 — Javier Ayarza (MH) pinned Jacob Harrison, 1:58; 126 — Caleb Svingala (MH)) pinned Joshua Zlotnick, 1:13; 132 — Anthony Ortiz (MHl) pinned Jared Cook, 1:57; 138 — Shane Sprague (Berlin) decisoned James Colvin, 6-5; 145 — Cody Chicoine (MH) pinned Anthony Prather, 1:16; 152 — Joshua Wescott (Berlin) pinned Ethan Maier, 3:10; 160 — Reese Steele (MH) pinned Josh Bosso, 3:26; 170 — Devin Feliz (MH) pinned Angelo Capozzi, 1:08; 182 — Adrian Delfavero (MH) pinned Patrick Root, :26; 195 — Nicholas Roy (MH) pinned Phillip Oakes, :48; 220 — Jesse Cameron (Berlin) pinned Anthony Sturgis, 1:44; 285 — Kevin MacVeigh won by forfeit.

BOYS BASKETBALL

NON-LEAGUE

Germantown 56, Chatham 44

GERMANTOWN — Bryan Bathrick knocked down eight three-points and finished with 28 points to lead Germantown to a 59-44 non-league boys basketball victory over Chatham on Thursday.

The Clippers took a 15-3 lead after one quarter and never looked back, widening the gap to 35-14 at halftime. Chatham outscored Germantown 30-24 over the final two quarters, but came up short.

Robbie eaton added 15 points to the Clippers cause. Jace Anderson had 10.

Quinten Kastner had 14 points for Chatham, all in the second half. Jayshawn Williams added nine.

CHATHAM (44): Gregg 1-0-2, Thorsen 2-0-5, Williams 4-1-9, Kastner 5-2-14, Van Tassel 1-0-2, T. Jeralds 2-1-5, Talbott 1-0-2, Clarke 2-0-5. Totals 18-4-44.

3-pointers: Kaastner 2, Thorsen, Clarke.

GERMANTOWN (59): Eaton 5-5-15, MAyr 1-0-2, Sanzo 1-0-2, Anderso 5-0-10, Bathrick 9-2-28, Mckinney 1-0-2. Totals 22-7-59.

3-pointers: Bathrick 8.

BOWLING

PATROON

Catskill 5, Chatham 0

CATSKILL — Max Marchesani had a 235-598 to highlight Catskill’s 5-0 Patroon Conference bowling victory over Chatham on Thursday.

Michael Jubie had a 227-590 for Catskill, which improved to 8-0 (40-0 in points). Nicholas Placed added a 217-553.

Andrew Duso topped Chatham with a 206-551. Kenny Davey followed with a 181-499.

Catskill had a total pinfall of 3,424 to Chatham’s 2,733.

Maple Hill 5, Cairo-Durham 0

CATSKILL — Kevin Ackerman fired a 210-586 to lead Maple Hill to a 5-0 victory over Cairo-Durham in Thursday’s PAtroon Conference bowling match.

Phil Decker rolled a 210-591 for Cairo-Durham.

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