Warriors, Horde, Raiders Post Friday Night Wins



Rick Lyons Staff Writer:  The Mechanicville Red Raiders, the Golden Horde of Granville, the Stillwater Warriors all recorded wins Friday night as the trio continued to play well on the young season.  With the wins they all  move to 2-0 in league play and sit on top of the league standings in the early going.

Granville 57  Tamarac 44

Leading Scorers: Horde – Matthew Fuller 13  Trace Bourn 13   Bengals – Anthony Zotto 12  Mike Morrow 11  Dillon Maxon 10

Key Stat:  Granville out scored Tamarac 36-15 over the middle two periods to take control.

Take Away:  Granville is off to a fine start in league play and have posted both wins in come from behind fashion.  That trait well serve them well as they move through the Wasaren schedule.


Mechanicville 54  Greenwich 33

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Evan Dunn 14  Giovanni D’Ambro 13  C.J. Tironi 12  Witches – Colin Skiff 12  Brenden Stout 12

Key Stat:  The Raiders found periods two and three to their liking as well out scoring Greenwich 38-14 in coasting to the win.

Take Away:  Mechanicville moves to 2-0, 3-0 and looks forward at what should be a great year for this experienced and talented squad.


Stillwater 70  Cambridge 51

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Mitchell Wayand 26  Zack Travis 22  Jared D’Aloia 13   Indians – Daniel Genevick 31

Key Stat: Stillwater led 21-8 after one and rode that cushion to their fifth straight victory.

Take Away:  Wayand will put points on the board and if Travis and D’Aloia continue to be consistent scoring threats, the Warriors will be a tough out for anyone this season.

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