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Tioga County Sports Report
OWEGO — The Owego modified girls basketball team is on a roll, having won six consecutive games during the past three weeks.

Owego 54, Chenango Forks 13
The Indians held Forks to five or fewer points in each of the first three quarters, then blanked them in the final stanza.

Owego led 15-4 after one period and 28-8 at halftime. The lead going into the fourth quarter was 40-13.

Jenna McEvoy scored 14 points for the Indians, all in the first half. Keira Henry and Jana Nikulich scored eight apiece.

Alyssa Harrington and Isabella Herceg contributed seven each, Izzy Coveney and Macey Shaw added four apiece, and Jewel Belokur tacked on two.

Owego 45, Vestal Gold 24
McEvoy canned four 3-pointers to lead the Indians, who pulled away in the second half with 12-7 and 17-7 surges.

The score was 9-6 after a quarter and 16-10 at the break, each in Owego’s favor.

McEvoy finished with 23 points, Belokur had eight, Coveney and Nikulich pitched in with four apiece, and Herceg, Shaw and Chloe Smith added two points each.

Owego 45, Chenango Valley Grey 15
Leading, 9-6, Owego held CV to a single point in the second quarter to go ahead 17-7 at halftime.

Owego outscored the Warriors, 16-4 and 12-4 in the final two periods.

Herceg set the pace with 10 points, followed by McEvoy with nine and Nikulich with eight.

Belokur, Coveney, A. McKeon, Shaw and Taylor Talbut joined in with two points apiece.

Owego 31, Maine-Endwell Blue
The Indians took an 11-8 lead after a quarter, but M-E battled back to tie the game at 25 heading into the final period.

McEvoy notched two baskets and Nikulich added another in the final frame. McEvoy finished with a game-high 16 points and Nikulich chipped in with a half-dozen more.

Harrington put up five points, and Coverney and Shaw had two apiece.

Owego 43, Vestal Green 19
Ten players put points on the scoreboard as Owego jumped out to a 16-7 halftime advantage, then pulled away in the second half.

The Indians led 30-15 after three quarters of action.

McEvoy scored 11 points, Nikulich added eight, and Harrington and Shaw accounted for six points each.

Belokur, Coveney, Henry, Herceg, Averie Prosinski and Talbut recorded two points apiece.

Owego 44, Norwich 24
The Indians scored a dozen points in each of the first two periods to build a 24-14 halftime advantage, then continued to distance themselves in the second half.

McEvoy and Nikulich scored 18 and 11 points, respectively.

Coveney, Harrington and Shaw connected for four points each, and Herceg and Henry added two apiece.

The Indians wrap up their season Monday evening at Susquehanna Valley Gold.

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