Opening Night, Wasaren Boys



Rick Lyons Staff Writer:  The Wasaren schedule got underway Tuesday night with a full slate of action as the teams begin a gauntlet run through conference play, where there’s rarely a night off or easy “W’s”.

Tamarac 61  Greenwich 44

Leading Scorers: Bengals – Dillon Maxon 13 Anthony Zotto 12 Charles Lemay 10        Witches – Kameron Mosher 12

Key Stat: Tamarac shot 15 of 28 from the foul line, Greenwich 5 of 6.

Take Away:  Tamarac out scored Greenwich in every period, and maybe after a long drought of success on the hardwood at Clums Corners the Bengals will be a factor.


Mechanicville 60  Hoosick Falls 57

Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Evan Dunn 29  Jacob Henes 12  Panthers – Alex Mendez 24  Guy Milliman 12  Remington Hickey 11

Key Stat:  Dunn and Henes combined to knock down nine 3’s and the Raiders needed everyone to get past the Falls.

Take Away:  Mechanicville trailed by 8 at the half but came back for the win, one of many  for the Red Raiders this season.


Stillwater 62  Hoosic Valley 49

Leading Scorers: Warriors – Mitchell Wayand 24  Jared D’Aloia 21  Valley – Dan Joslin 15  Don Espey 15

Key Stat:  The Warriors put up 40 in the first half against the Valley, a school known for it’s ability to guard.

Take Away:  Wayand can score and if D’Aloia can add big numbers nightly, the Warriors will be a handful.


Granville 64  Cambridge 51

Leading Scorers:  Horde – Matthew Fuller 21  Trace Bourn 18  Indians Daniel Genevick 16  Kordell Benson 15

Key Stat:  Granville trailed 20-5 after one but hung 59 point on the board over the final three periods.

Take Away:  Fuller is going to score well every night out.  If The Horde can get production from others like Bourn’s 18 last night it could be a nice season in Granville.

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