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Generals face Hawks in Semifinal » Herkimer Generals
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Generals face Hawks in Semifinal

DELHI, NY – With four players scoring in double figures Friday night at SUNY Delhi, the Herkimer Generals handled North Country Community College in the Region III Quarterfinals, defeating the Saints 69-42.

Herkimer 23-7 (14-3) didn’t play like the No. 2 seed in the first few minutes of regulation until Wendall Williams (Syracuse, NY) and Enson Garcia (Bronx, NY) scored nine unanswered points, thanks to two three-point field goals, giving the Generals a 14-5 lead.

From there, Williams sank a pair from the charity stripe to put the lead at 11, but North Country went on a 4-0 run, causing Head Coach Matt Lee to put Jonathan Feiler back in (St. James, NY), which helped with floor spacing, resulting in a Herkimer 10-0 run on a Garcia layup, Julio Galay (Bronx, NY) offensive rebound and put back, Feiler field goal, Garcia steal and layup and Garcia two made free throws.

Now up by 16 with less than four minutes left in the half, the offense stalled a bit, allowing the Saint to outscore them by four, leading the game by 11 (32-21) at half.

The second half was much different than the first, seeing Herkimer start off quickly with buckets from Galay and Williams. An alley-oop dunk from Williams, assisted from Garcia, a couple possessions later, gave the team momentum, increasing the lead to 25 after a 7-0 run.

The lead stayed around the 20-point mark with the team sinking 6-of-6 free throws in the span of three minutes (went 17-for-18 in entire game), however trouble came about when Feiler collected his fourth personal foul with eight minutes left in regulation. His replacement Anthony Lanieri (Port Jefferson, NY) didn’t feel the pressure, coming in and scoring six points, four coming from the foul line, keeping the lead at double digits, but also allowing Feiler to rest for the team’s big match up against conference foe Mohawk Valley tomorrow in the Region III Semifinal.

By games’ end, Williams scored a team-high 16 points against the Saints, but also gathered five rebounds and two assists. The other three to score in double figures were Garcia, Jerrell Hunter (Utica, NY) and Feiler. Garcia finished with 12 points, seven rebounds and four assists; Hunter finished with 10 points and seven rebounds; and Feiler finished with 10 points, seven rebounds and two blocks.

Tallying the remaining stats were Lanieri, Galay, RaShawn Collins II (Harlem, NY), Jason Foden (Dolgeville, NY), Tyler DeChalus (Elmont, NY) and Mike Santillo (Mohawk, NY). Lanieri had eight points and three rebounds; Galay had four points, four rebounds and four assists; Collins II had four points; DeChalus had two points and two rebounds; and Santillo had one point and one rebound.

Herkimer’s next game is tomorrow (3/1) at SUNY Delhi, continuing on to the Region III Semifinal. They’ll play the #3 seeded Hawks, who they’ve beaten twice this season. Tip-off is schedule for 3 p.m.

-Giorgio Varlaro; Athletic Website Manager

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