Saturday Roundup: Cambridge Tops Hudson Falls

Cambridge 44   Hudson Falls 42

Leading Scorers:  Cambridge – Tristan Crandall 17        Nicole LaFountain 10                Tigers – Seneca Wiliamson 14 3 3’s

Key Stat:  Cambridge held the Tigers to single numbers in the final three periods. 

Take Away:  Trailing 22-9 after the first frame, Cambridge chipped away over the middle two quarters then used a 16-5 advantage in the last eight minutes to post the come-from-behind victory over Class A Hudson Falls.  


Waterford 43   Berlin/New Lebanon 18

Leading Scorers:  Fordians – Rachel McOmber 13        Maddy Atwood 12        Piper Morris 10               Mountaineers – Lilly Gardell 6

Key Stat:  Waterford jumped out to a 14-0, first period lead. 

Take Away:  The Fordains started fast, building a 25-3 halftime advantage and cruised to the road “W” over the Mountaineers.  


Fair Haven 66   Hoosic Valley 56

Leading Scorers:  Slaters – Sawyer Ramey 22        Joe Buxton 20        Sam Barber 17 3 3’s           Valley – Isaiah Eckler 16 4 3’s       Logan Reilly 13

Key Stat:  Fair Haven outscored the Valley 37-14 after the break.

Take Away:  Hoosic Valley held a 32-29 lead at the half, but Fair Haven responded after intermission taking the lead in the third and closing the game out with a 21-14 fourth frame to claim the win in a game played at the Washington Avenue Armory on Saturday.  The contest saw the Indians hold a 12-6 advantage in made threes, while the Slaters held a 19-7 cushion in two-point goals.  With the win Fair Haven, the #2 ranked Division II school in Vermont, remains unbeaten at 13-0 while the Valley, the #6 ranked Class C school in New York, moves to 16-2 on the year.  

Friday Night Hoops: Valley Tops Stillwater

Hoosic Valley 68   Stillwater 64

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Isaiah Eckler 24 3 3’s        Logan Reilly 16       Tyler Eddy 12           Warriors – Lukas Lilac 18        Thomas McDonough 15         Jaxon Mueller 11

Key Stat:  Hoosic Valley connected on 21of 38 from the free throw line while Stillwater converted 9 of 16.

Take Away:  Stillwater, 14-4, 9-3, jumped out to a 20-11 lead after the first eight minutes, but the Indians won each of the last three periods to earn the narrow victory in Schaghticoke.  With the win the Valley, 16-1, 11-1, clinches the North Division of the Wasaren and will face Tamarac in the championship game next Saturday.  


Hoosick Falls 54   Waterford 35

Leading Scorers:  Panthers – Jake Sparks 27 4 3’s 14 rebounds              Fordians – Derrick Pontore 14

Key Stat:  The Panthers dominated early and late, outscoring Waterford 35-17 in the first and fourth quarters.

Take Away:  Hoosick Falls uses a good defensive effort and a big night from Sparks to post the road “W”.


Greenwich 75   Saratoga Catholic 47

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Ryan Alling 18      Jacob Ziehm 17 5 3’s       Ryan Ingber 14       Joe Skiff 13               Saints – Aiden Dunne 22

Key Stat:  The Witches took control with a 29-14 second period.

Take Away:  Greenwich put four players in doubles and won every quarter in the road victory.


Mechanicville 61   Berlin/New Lebanon 29 ( Saturday)

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – James Doty 14      Cruz Goverski 11        Fen Egan 11               Mountaineers – Jason McFail 8

Key Stat:  Mechanicville jumped out to a 17-5 advantage after the first.

Take Away:  The Raiders won every quarter, put nine players in the scoring column and cruised to the home win in the Saturday matinee.  



Greenwich 65   Spa Catholic 9

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Adrianna Rojas 17        Norah Niesz 11        Brooke Kuzmich 10

Key Stat:  The Witches kept Spa Catholic off the board in periods one and four.

Take Away:  Greenwich coasts to the one-sided decision to remain unbeaten on the season.  


Emma Willard 60   Mechanicville 52   No other info at this time


Stillwater 50   Hoosic Valley 36

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Miranda Price 20        Addison Thornton 20 3 3’s                  Valley Megan Rice 13

Key Stat:  Stillwater gained control with a 16-4 second frame.

Take Away:  The Warriors used a pair of 20-point outings from Price and Thornton to notch the home “W”.


Stillwater 68   Johnstown 18  (Saturday)

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Miranda Price 26 5 3’s       Addison Thornton 12                Johnstown – Julie Hisert 13 

Key Stat:  Stillwater ended things early with a 25-2 first period.  

Take Away:  The Warriors held Johnstown to single numbers in every quarter and easily notched the nonleague win on Saturday in Stillwater.  


Thursday Results: Bengal Girls, Raider Boys Earn ‘W’s”

Tamarac 46   Emma Willard 22

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Myanna Faraj 15       Kayla Beaudoin 10                  Jesters – Audrey Shields 10

Key Stat:  Tamarac held the Jesters to single numbers in every period.

Take Away:  The Bengals post the comfortable home victory behind a big defensive effort and move to 11-1, 14-2 on the season


Waterford 32   Hoosick Falls 28 OT

Leading Scorers:  Fordians – Rachel McOmber 16 4 3’s             Panthers – Mackenna Roberson 14

Key Stat:  Waterford held the Falls scoreless in overtime.

Take Away:  The Fordians caught the Panthers in the final quarter and pitched a shutout in the extra session to notch the home “W”.


Mechanicville 66   Voorheesville 64

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Colin Richardson 20       Fen Egan 11         James Doty 10                   Blackbirds – Seth Wilson 21 3 3’s         Carson Carrow 12

Key Stat:  The Raiders converted 20 of 25 from the free throw line while Voorheesville connected on 10 of 14.

Take Away:  The Raiders built a 34-29 halftime advantage and used that cushion to hold off Voorheesville, posting the win at home on Thursday.  Mechanicville put three players in doubles led by Richardson who scored 20 for the second straight night since returning to the lineup.  

Girls’ Basketball: Greenwich Stays Perfect: Niesz Reaches Scoring Milestone

Greenwich 74    Cambridge 30

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Norah Niesz 29 5 3’s           Brooke Kuzmich 12          Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 10

Key Stat:  Greenwich held an 8-3 advantage in made threes.

Take Away:  The Witches, (17-0), won every quarter, put nine players in the scoring column and remained undefeated on a night where senior point guard Niesz scored her 1000th career point.  Needing 25 points to reach the milestone Niesz wasted little time, reaching the mark late in the first half, leading the #5 Class C team in the state to the home “W”. 


Mechanicville 62   Berlin/New Lebanon 11

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Lila Christensen 12           Sophia Tamasi 11           Mountaineers – Rebecca Madsen 4

Take Away:  The Raiders cruise to the one-sided home “W” and move to 13-3 on the year. 


Tamarac 51   Hoosick Falls 21

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Myanna Faraj 14 3 3’s           Panthers – Mackenna Roberson 14    

Key Stat:  Tamarac held the Falls to single numbers in every period.

Take Away:  The Bengals use a strong defensive effort to secure the home victory and improve to 11-1 in league play.  


Emma Willard 46   Waterford 23

Leading Scorers:  Jesters – Audrey Shields 20       Alison Opoku 10         Fordians – Rachel McOmber 8

Key Stat:  The Jesters built a 26-13 lead by halftime.

Take Away:  Emma Willard held the Fordians to single numbers in all four quarters and doubled up Waterford in the road win. 


Hoosic Valley 48   Spa Catholic 20

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Megan Rice 14        Jaquelyn Carlo 9          Saints – Grace Schaefer 9 3 3’s

Key Stat:  The Valley took control with a 10-0 second frame. 

Take Away:  Hoosic Valley rides a lockdown defensive effort to the win in Schaghticoke.   

Tuesday Night Boys Buckets

Tamarac 54   Hoosick Falls 48

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Joey Poulin 21        Mikey D’Agostino 11        Panthers – Jake Sparks 15        Aiden Fleming 12

Key Stat:  Tamarac converted 13 of 16 from the free throw line, while the Falls was 0 of 2 from the stripe.  

Take Away:  On senior night in Hoosick Falls the Panthers led late in the third before Tamarac closed the period on a 9-2 run, taking as 41-35 advantage to the final frame where the Bengals sealed the win with four free throws in the last :30. 


Hoosic Valley 65   Spa Catholic 42

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Isaiah Eckler 22 5 3’s        Logan Reilly 13         Saints – Ronan Rowe 11        Aiden Dunne 10

Key Stat:  The Valley held an 8-3 advantage in made triples.

Take Away:  The Saints stayed within striking distance throughout, trailing 47-38 heading to the fourth, before the Valley closed the deal with an 18-4 period to notch the road “W”.


Stillwater 95   Mt. Anthony 78

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Jaxon Mueller 39         Lukas Lilac 22          Thomas McDonough 19 3 3’s            Patriots – Carter Thompson 17         Shemar Sookdar 16        Austin Belville 11

Key Stat:  Stillwater attempted 58 free throws in the game cashing in 29 times.

Take Away:  In a wild nonleague affair in Stillwater that saw the Patriots bottom 14 threes and the Warriors live at the free throw line with 58 attempts, 32 by Mueller, the host squad outscored the visitors from Vermont 51-33 after the break to post the victory. 


Greenwich 71   Cambridge 34

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Joe Skiff 22        Jacob Ziehm 13       Ryan Ingber 10                   Cambridge – Thomas MacDougal 19 4 3’s

Key Stat:  Greenwich took control with a 22-3 second quarter. 

Take Away:  The Witches won every period and put three players in doubles in notching the comfortable road win over Cambridge.   


Mechanicville 74   Berlin/New Lebanon 42

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Colin Richardson 21       Fen Egan 12                   Mountaineers – Chris Shorter 23 5 3’s 

Key Stat:  The Raiders hung 32 points on the board in the third frame.

Take Away:  Mechanicville jumped out to a 16-6 lead after the first eight minutes and put the Mountaineers away with the big third quarter to earn the road win.  


Emma Willard Top’s Hoosick Falls, Tamarac Best’s Raiders

Emma Willard 48   Hoosick Falls 22

Leading Scorers:  Jesters – Audrey Shields 25 4 3’s        Aishan Raji 12          Panthers – Tatum Hickey 8

Key Stat:  The Jesters eld the Falls to single numbers in each of the final three periods.

Take Away:  Emma Willard rides a big night from Shields and an outstanding defensive effort to notch the road win and move to 6-4 in league play.  


Tamarac 47   Mechanicville 41

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Abbie Yetto 15         Myanna Faraj 11       Red Raiders – Allie Kenyon 16       Ella Zecca 13

Key Stat:  Tamarac outscored the Raiders 22-13 after the break.

Take Away:  Trailing 28-25 at halftime, the Bengals allowed just two third-period points, to take the lead, and hung on over the final eight minutes to post the road “W” and take control of the race in the Wasaren South.  

Wasaren Buckets: Tamarac Top’s Greenwich

Tamarac 81   Greenwich 64

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Joey Poulin 27        James Blake II 23        Jack Casey 19 4 3’s        Witches – Joe Skiff 28 4 3’s        Jacob Ziehm 13 3 3’s        Ryan Ingber 12 

Key Stat:  Tamarc outscored the Witches 18-6 over the final eight minutes.

Take Away:  The Bengals built a 41-31 halftime advantage, but Greenwich trimmed the margin to five at 63-58 entering the fourth period where Tamarac closed things out to earn their 10th Wasaren victory in as many outings.  Tamarac connected eight times from beyond the arc and put three players in doubles, wrapping up a day of basketball on the Bengals Big Red Day Event.  


Tamarac 51   Johnstown 10

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Abbie Yetto 14            Sir Bills – Hisert 5

Key Stat:  Tamarac held the Sir Bills to just two, first-half points.  

Take Away:  The Bengals put 10 players in the scoring column and continue their fine season, moving to 8-1, 11-2 with the nonleague “W” on Big Red Day in Tamarac.  


Waterford 75   Cambridge 46  (Friday)

Leading Scorers:  Fordians – Derrick Pontore 41        Matt Soden 12          Anthony Scunziano 10             Cambridge Thomas MacDonough 16        Isaac Toleman 15        

Key Stat:  Waterford led 25-12 at the end of period one.  

Take Away:  The Fordians rode their first quarter advantage over quarters two and three and closed with a 24-9 final frame in earning the home victory on Friday night.  Pontore pours in 41 on one free throw and 20 two-point goals, twice as many as the Cambridge squad managed.  

Friday Night Hoops


Cambridge 46   Waterford 27

Leading Scorers:  Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 14      Tristan Crandall 10       Alexis Austin 8, 14 rebounds          Fordians – Rachel McOmber 10

Key Stat:  Cambridge outscored the Fordians 35-13 over the middle two frames.

Take Away:  On senior night in Cambridge their trio of seniors, Nolan, Crandall and Austin, led the way in the win at home over Waterford.


Hoosick Falls 59   Spa Catholic 34

Leading Scorers:  Falls – Jaedyn Roberson 22       Tatum Hickey 11         Saints – Grace Shaefer 8

Key Stat:  The Panthers jumped out to a 12-2 lead after the first period.

Take Away:  The Falls won every quarter in notching the comfortable road win.  


Emma Willard 59   Stillwater 38  

Leading Scorers:  Jespers – Audrey Shields 16      Aishan Raj 16      Margarette Howland 10          Warriors – Miranda Price 21 3 3’s

Key Stat:  The Jespers led 18-6 after one.

Take Away:  Emma Willard built an early lead, but the two teams played evenly over quarters two and three, before the Jespers close things out with a 17-5 fourth period to earn the home victory.


Mechanicville 56   Hoosic Valley 20

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Tanner Eiseman 14      Ali Kenyon 11               Valley – Lainey Bochette 5       Megan Rice 5

Key Stat:  Mechanicville took control with a 22-2 first frame.

Take Away:  The Raiders used the opening quarter cushion to cruise to the road “W” in Schaghticoke.


Greenwich 52   Tamarac 36

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Norah Niesz 14       Grace Autiello 14 3 3’s          Bengals – Kayla Beaudoin 10

Key Stat:  Trailing 12-7 after the first, Greenwich outscored Tamarac 31-17 over the next two periods.

Take Away:  In a low scoring affair between the top two squads in the Wasaren, Greenwich, after trailing early, slowly pulled away for the home “W” to remain undefeated on the season.  



Hoosic Valley 56   Mechanicville 46

Leading Scorers:  Valley Tyler Eddy 23 6 3’s        Chris Jones 14       Isaiah Eckler 13           Red Raiders – Fen Egan 11        Tyler Eiseman 11

Key Stat:  The Valley outscored Mechanicville 16-4 in the final period.

Take Away: The visitors from Mechanicville led 42-40 with eight minutes to play, but the Indians rallied with a big fourth quarter to notch the victory in Schaghticoke.


Spa Catholic 43   Hoosick Falls 41

Leading Scorers:  Saints – Ronan Rowe 15          Panthers – Jake Sparks 11       Aiden Fleming 10

Key Stat:  The Saints held a 9-5 advantage in made threes.

Take Away:  Trailing 32-31 heading to the fourth Spa Catholic did just enough over the final frame to post the road “W”.


Thursday Night Results: Tamarac Wins on Two Floors

Tamarac 62   Stillwater 39

Leading Scorers:  Myanna Faraj 20 4 3’s       Kayla Beaudoin 14       Abbie Yetto 12         Warriors – Miranda Price 17 3 3’s

Key Stat:  The Bengals outscored Stillwater 37-15 over the middle two frames.

Take Away: Tied 10-10 after the first eight minutes Tamarac took control with a 23-9 second period, on their way to the road victory.  The Bengals bottomed nine triples and put three players in double in running their season mark to 8-0, 10-1.  Tamarac returns to action tonight when they’ll host the undefeated Witches of Greenwich.


Tamarac 81   Stillwater 61

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Joey Poulin 24 3 3’s       Mikey D’Agostino 16       James Blake II 14       Jack Casey          Warriuors – Lukas Lilac 31 6 3’s           Jaxon Mueller 13          Thomas McDonough 12

Key Stat:  Tamarac hung 53 points on the board over the middle two periods.

Take Away:  Trailing 20-9 after the first, Tamarac used a 23-0 second quarter to gain the lead and a third frame advantage of 30-18 to assume control in posting the comeback win in Stillwater.  Tamarac, in typical fashion, scored in the 80’s with four players reaching double figures.  The 9-0, 13-2 Bengals return to the floor on Saturday for a 7:15 run with Greenwich.


Greenwich 58   Schuylerville 51

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Jacob Ziehm 25 3 3’s        Joe Skiff 18                      Black Horses – Luke Sherman 24

Key Stat:  The Witches held Schuylerville to 16 first-half points.

Take Away:  Greenwich won each of the first three periods and held off a late, fourth quarter charge from the Black Horses to earn the non-league victory in Greenwich. 


Cambridge 62   Salem 34

Leading Scorers:  Cambridge – Isaac Toleman 16       Baxter Mattison 15        Isaac Wilkins 13        Mason MacDougal 11          Generals – Antwon Webster 14

Take Away:  Cambridge picks up the nonleague “W” at home, for their first win of the season. 


Bishop Gibbons 58   Saratoga Catholic 19

Leading Scorers:  Gibbons – K. Aleron 20            M. Wylie 18        Saints – Danielle Villaro 8  

Key Stat:  Bishop Gibbons held the Saints to single numbers in every quarter.

Take Away:  Gibbons won every period in notching the one-sided decision in Saratoga.