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Generals take care of business in Raider country » Herkimer Generals
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Charles Reese scored a season-high 10 points against the Raiders Thursday.

Generals take care of business in Raider country

JOHNSTOWN, NY – Scoring over 90 points in a game had only occurred twice this season until Thursday evening when the Herkimer Generals Men's Basketball team dropped 90 points on Fulton-Montgomery in their gym. Four players finished in double figures and nine players scored total, giving the team their third consecutive double-digit win, beating the Raiders 90-68.

Herkimer 10-3 (4-0 MVC) continued the dominance they've had over the Mountain Valley Conference this season. In four games, the Generals have defeated conference foes by an average of 15 points. Leading the charge has been the starting five, which consists of Jonathan Feiler (St. James, NY), Jason Foden (Dolgeville, NY), Enson Garcia (Bronx, NY), Wendall Williams (Syracuse, NY) and Julio Galay (Bronx, NY). Collectively on Thursday evening, the group combined for 60 of the 90 scored in the game. Feiler led the way with 21, topping his season average of 20.9 per game. Williams finished with 17 points, beating his average of 16.5 per game and Garcia scored 22, beating his season average by five points (17.8).

Rounding out the attack was Charles Reese (Hartford, CT), RaShawn Collins II (Harlem, NY), Tyler DeChalus (Elmont, NY), Mike Santillo (Mohawk, NY), Jerrell Hunter (Utica, NY) and Andreas Vouliakis (Rocky Point, NY). Reese finished with a season-high 10 points, Collins finished with five points, DeChalus finished with four points, Santillo finished with five points, Hunter finished with four points and Vouliakis finished with two points.

The Generals will ride their current three-game win streak into a big game tomorrow (1/11). Herkimer will host No. 5 ranked SUNY Delhi at 3 p.m. in the varsity gym. Herkimer is currently ranked No. 8 in the NJCAA DIII. The Generals next four games are against Mountain Valley Conference opponents. They'll look to stay undefeated in their conference.

-Giorgio Varlaro; Athletic Website Manager

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