Moravia boys basketball survived a buzzer-beater to hang on and defeat Newfield 55-54 Friday.
In the final stages of the game, Gavin Genson had a big defensive block to keep points off the board for the Trojans. Newfield also had a deep 3-pointer that would've won the game, but that missed.
Deegan Sovocool was the Blue Devils' leading scorer with 16, while Genson and Kaden Hooper both recorded 11 points and eight rebounds. Scottie Sovocool chipped in with nine points.
Moravia (10-2) heads to Union Springs on Tuesday.
Union Springs 60, Tioga 51: Zach Nickerson went off for 25 points in addition to six assists and five rebounds. Davontae Love was the Wolves' only other player to reach double digits in scoring, as he added 13.
Chris Daum had four points with a team-high eight rebounds.
Union Springs (6-5) hosts Moravia on Tuesday.
Candor 63, Southern Cayuga 50: Conner Bennett posted 16 points, Steven Sherman had 12 points and Collin Rejman notched eight.
The Chiefs (4-7) travel to Dryden on Tuesday.
Whitesboro 89, Auburn 83, 2OT: The Maroons went toe to toe with the No. 17 team in the state on the road, but couldn't close it out in overtime.
Kaleb Cook recorded 45 points and Shaheed Beal knocked down 20 points.
Auburn (4-8) hosts East Syracuse-Minoa on Tuesday.
Auburn 59, Central Square 52: Grace Baranick's double-double led the Maroons as the senior scored 15 points and pulled down 10 rebounds plus six assists.
Stef Gera added 12 points and seven assists, Emma Nolan had eight points and four steals and Marlee Solomon and Jania Freeman each had eight points and eight rebounds.
Auburn is now 8-3 on the season.
Newfield 60, Moravia 44: The Blue Devils had their seven-game winning streak snapped by the state-ranked Trojans.
Grace Wasileski racked up 13 points with eight rebounds, while Sierra Lyon registered 10 points, six rebounds and five steals. Sophie Amos chipped in with eight points.
Moravia (8-2) hosts Union Springs on Tuesday.
Whitesboro 6, Auburn 2: Carrissa Hlywa and Ty Hlywa were the goal scorers for the Maroons in the loss, and Johnny Malandruccolo dished out a pair of assists.
Carrissa Hlywa's goal was the first of her Auburn career.