Congratulations to Hoosick Falls Logan Thayne on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
On Wednesday in a home victory over Stillwater Logan bottomed 3 triples and converted 8 of 8 from the foul line part of a 33 point effort in the 58-38 “W” over the Warriors.
At Berlin on Friday night the high-scoring sophomore dropped 22 points, including a pair of 3-pointers in the Panthers 60-33 win over the Mountaineers.
Congratulations to Logan, on being recognized as our newest Wasaren Player of the Week.
Saratoga Catholic 6-0 10-1
Cambridge 4-2 6-3
Hoosic Valley 2-4 3-7
Berlin 1-6 3-7
Waterford 0-5 2-5 Continue reading
Our latest look at the top five league players and teams in selected categories.
Cambridge 6-0 9-0
Hoosic Valley 6-2 8-3
Waterford 2-3 5-5
Saratoga Catholic 0-6 1-9
Berlin 0-5 0-8 Continue reading
A full slate of action played out in the league Friday night sans one, as the much anticipated girls game between Tamarac and Cambridge was postponed due to slippery floor conditions. That game will be played on Monday at 6 p.m. in Tamarac.
Here’s a look at the results from a midseason Friday night in the Wasaren.
Mechanicville 76 Saratoga Catholic 29 Continue reading
Tonight the Cambridge Indians will travel to Clum’s Corners to face the Bengals of Tamarac in what looks to be a quality girls run between the Wasaren divisional leaders.
In the new league format with two five team divisions, Cambridge leads the Battenkill with a 5-0 league mark, while Tamarac shows the way in the Hudson division sporting a 6-0 record. Continue reading
As the 2017-18 basketball schedule approaches it’s midway point two girls teams have yet to be bested, with Tamarac and Cambridge sporting undefeated league marks. Both posted easy wins Wednesday night, part of a full slate in the Wasaren, but come Friday night one team will suffer their first league loss when the Bengals and Indians get together in Clum’s Corners.
Tamarac 60 Greenwich 44 Continue reading
Mechanicville 59 Hoosic Valley 46
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Nick Billert Indians – John Acker
Key Points: The host Raiders took control early leading 32-18 at the half on their way to the comfortable victory over the Valley on a night where 10 players scored for Mechanicville and nine found their way into the scorebook for Hoosic Valley. Continue reading
Cambridge used a 24-5 advantage in the third period to take control, on their way to a 61-46 home victory over Mechanicville Monday night.
Mechanicville held a 25-22 lead at halftime before the Indians big third quarter that Cambridge finished on an 18-0 run.
Lily Phillips scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Indians with Bridey Nolan adding 14 points and Fiona Mooney 11 points for the 8-0 Cambridge squad.
Sammy Pasinella scored 15 points to lead the Raiders who slip to 6-2 on the season with the loss.
A pair of Ellis Pemrick free throws with :10 remaining put the Witches up by four and sealed the Greenwich come-from-behind 48-44 victory over the Warriors in boys basketball on Friday night.
Stillwater, who trailed 18-12 at the half, exploded for 22 points in the third period, and took a 34-31 lead into the final eight minutes, but the home squad used a 17-10 advantage in the final stanza to earn the “W”.
Pemrick led the Greenwich attack scoring 16 points on the night with Carson Mosher adding 15 points for the Witches who improve to 3-1, 5-4 with the victory.
Stillwater’s Brian McNeil led all scorers with 21 points and teammate Cooper Monast netted 10 points for the Warriors who slip to 1-3, 7-3 with the loss.
Plenty of non-league runs on Wednesday night for Wasaren squads and here’s how they all played out.
Cambridge 49 Berne Knox 36
Leading Scorers: Indians – Sophie Phillips 15 Helen Mooney 11 Lily Phillips 10 Berne Knox – Taylor Meachum 14
Keys: Cambridge raced out to a 30-11 lead at the break and rode that cushion to the win over Berne Knox. With the victory the Indians stay perfect on the season at 7-0 overall. Continue reading