MORRISTOWN Yanna Ososkalo scored 18 points and added five steals to lead the Lyme girls basketball team to a 57-41 win over Harrisville in the championship game of the Gobbler Classic on Saturday.
Ososkalo was named the tournaments Most Valuable Player. She scored eight points in a 21-6 run during the first half that helped the Indians to a 32-14 halftime advantage.
Alison Tarwater scored 17 points and Enesa Ososkalo added 14 points for Lyme.
Heather Hadfield led the Pirates (1-1) with 13 points and Emory Matott scored nine.
MORRISTOWN 49, LAFARGEVILLE 44
Taylor Piercey scored 13 points and snagged 19 rebounds as the Green Rockets (1-1) beat LaFargeville in the consolation game of the Gobbler Classic.
Jessica Geddes and Jordyn Tulley each scored 12 points for Morristown. Amber Klock led LaFargeville (0-2) with 13 points and Ali Hoover tossed in nine.
WATERTOWN 33, HOMER 23
Olivia Miles cemented a place on the all-tournament team with 16 points, six steals and five assists as the Cyclones won the consolation game over the Trojans (0-2) at the Baldwinsville tournament.
Kira Kolb contributed eight points and 10 rebounds for Watertown (1-2), which lost its opening-round game 69-28 to Rome Free Acadmey on Friday.
ST. REGIS FALLS 49, COLTON-PIERREPONT 21
Brandon Votra scored 24 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, including eight offensive rebounds, as the Saints (2-0) topped Colton-Pierrepont in the title game of the Brady Frazier Classic in St. Regis Falls.
Votra was named the tournaments MVP. Ethan Knight led the Colts (1-1) with nine points.
PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 49, CLIFTON-FINE 39
Wyatt Snell scored 21 points to lead the Panthers (1-1) past Clifton-Fine in the consolation game of the Brady Frazier Classic. Chase Koster led the Eagles (0-2) with 10 points.
LISBON 53, BELLEVILLE-HENDERSON 24
Jimmy Robinson scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to send the Golden Knights past Belleville-Henderson in a nonleague contest in Lisbon. It was the opener for both teams.
Jake Putney scored 13 points for Lisbon. Mathieu Corron led Belleville-Henderson with 12 points.
CENTRAL SQUARE 59, WATERTOWN 23
Sam Barrys 23 points, including seven 3-pointers, helped the Red Hawks down the host Cyclones in the Watertown Classic tournament.
Nate Budge added 11 points for Central Square (2-0).
Tyrell Thomas collected seven points and seven rebounds for Watertown (2-1).
COLLEGE MENS BASKETBALL
ROCHESTER 71, CLARKSON 67
Nate Vernon scored 17 points to lift the Yellowjackets (2-3) past Clarkson in a semifinal of the Rochester Tournament.
Clarkson (3-2) will play Hartwick at 1 p.m. today in the consolation game.
Tyler Sankes added 12 points for Rochester. Marques Charlton led Clarkson with an 18-point effort. Dylan Hodownes scored 14 points and John Coleman added 13.