Greenwich 68 Emma Willard 50
Leading Scorers: Witches – Brooke Kuzmich 20 Norah Niesz 18 Grace Autiello 10 Emma Willard – A. Shields 12 E. Shields 10 Leone-Levin 10
Key Stat: More than half of Greenwich points came from the lines, highlighted by nine made threes.
Take Away: Greenwich used a 28-10 second period to establish control, on their way to the home victory.
Saratoga Catholic 52 Waterford 43
Leading Scorers: Saints – Allison Motler 17 Katie Cronin 14 Ashley Upton 14 Fordians – Sophia Belonga 13 Maddy Atwood 10
Key Stat: The Saints put three players in double figures, with Motler and Danielle Gill controlling the backboards with eight rebounds each.
Take Away: Leading 23-23 at the break, Spa Catholic gained some breathing room with a 20-8 third frame.
Hoosic Valley 49 Berlin-New Lebanon 14
Leading Scorers: Valley – Sophia Squires 16 Mountaineers – Nora Colin 4
Key Stat: The Valley held B/NL to single digits in every period.
Take Away: The Indians steadily pulled away, leading 12-4 after one, and 25-8 at the half, led by Squires and Amanda Salisbury who scored eight points and pulled down eight boards.
Tamarac 76 Stillwater 23
Leading Scorers: Bengals – S. Phillips 29 M. Faraj 16 Warriors – Charisma Salecker 11
Key Stat: Tamarac shut down the Warriors attack, limiting Stillwater to single numbers in each quarter.
Take Away: The visitors from Tamarac hung 27 points on the board in the first eight minutes and coasted to the road “W”.
Hoosick Falls 71 St. Lawrence 40
Leading Scorers : Falls – Jake Sparks 26 Miles Smith 10
Key Stat: Hoosick Falls won every quarter, gradually taking control and pulling away in the Lake George Tip-Off Tournament.
Take Away: Nine players scored for the Falls led by Sparks and Smith in doubles, and Tucker Thayne who scored eight points to go with nine rebounds.
Waterford 46 Spa Catholic 42
Leading Scorers: Fordians – Gavin Budah 21 Saints – Robby Bolen 15
Key Stat: The Saints failed to connect on any free throws in the game with Waterford holding a 9-0 advantage from the stripe.
Take Away: In a close run throughout, Howard Phelan drilled a three-pointer with :14 remaining, giving the Fordians a three point edge at 45-42.
Hoosic Valley 80 Berlin-New Lebanon 14
Leading Scorers: Valley – Isaiah Eckler 16 Logan Reilly 16 Chris Jones 12 Tyler Eddy 10 Mountaineers – Mason Stelker 6
Key Stat: The Valley bottomed nine triples, and put four players in doubles with every Valley player scoring points.
Take Away: Hoosic Valley opened with a 30 point first period and never looked back in posting the road “W”.
Argyle 50 Cambridge 24
Leading Scorers: Scots – Derek Liddle 16 Justin McWhorter 12 Brandon Saunders 10 Cambridge – Andrew Clark 9
Key Stat: Argyle held their hosts to single numbers in every period.
Take Away: Argyle won every quarter, built a 28-10 led by halftime, and cruised to the non-league victory in Cambridge.
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