Wasaren Round Up


Wednesday was another full night of basketball with eight league teams playing non league opponents wrapping up holiday action before returning to league play next week.

Girls Basketball

Hoosic Valley 53   Bishop Maginn 8

Leading Scorers: Valley – Kate Kennelly 18    Griffins – Shy Essence McCall 4  Jessica Perkins 4

Key Stat:  The Valley defense allowed two points per quarter to the Griffins, and offensively the Indians put 10 players in the scoring column.

Take Away:  Hoosic Valley improves to 6-2 with the win, while Bishop Maginn drops to 0-8 with the Ziggy.


Cambridge 47  Schuylerville 33

Leading Scorers: Indians – Helen Mooney 13    Olivia Mooney 13   Black Horses- Carlee Irish 13   Kaitlyn Congdon 10   Emily Vallee 10

Key Stat:  Cambridge started and finished well out scoring the Horses 24-11 in quarters one and four combined.

Take Away:  Cambridge run’s it’s mark to 8-2 on the year, and Schuylerville falls to 3-6.


Hoosick Falls 51  Ravena 31  Tuesday night

Leading Scorers: Falls – Kelly Pine 14   Megan Flynn 13    Indians – Ciara Miller 11

Key Stat:  A 21- 5 first period set the tone for the easy Panther victory.

Take Away:  The Falls goes to 8-1 with the “W”, and Ravena with the loss sits at 2-8.


Boys Basketball

Middleburgh 61   Hoosic Valley 44

Leading Scorers:  Knights – Peyton Olsen 21   Ryan Brown 16   Chad Boyles 10   Valley – Isaac Sanchez 17   Matt Espey 10

Key Stat:  Middleburgh doubled up the Valley over the first two periods taking a 32-16 lead to halftime, and rode that cushion to the win.

Take Away: The Knights post their 8th win in 10 tries, while Hoosic Valley drops to 2-6 on the year.


Burnt Hills 52   Tamarac 47

Leading Scorers: Bengals – Anthony Zotto 16  Dilon Maxon 12    Spartans – Ben Keppier 12   Jeremy Clayton 10

Key Stat:  A 20-8 first quarter gave Burnt Hills the lead which they maintained throughout.

Take Away: Tamarac drops to 5-4 on the season while Burnt Hills picks up their season’s first “W”.


Bishop Maginn 80   Greenwich 79 OT  Tuesday Night

Leading Scorers:  Griffins – Joey Ward 22   Tyshane Vastion 18   Taylor Blue Clark 14   Ayyub Ward 11   Frank Ryan 10 Witches – George Ostrowski 30    Lukas Whitehouse 18   Colin Skiff 17

Key Stat:  Maginn placed five in doubles, which at the high school level is impressive and hard to beat.

Take Away:  The Griffins earn their first win of the season in seven tries, while Greenwich goes to 2-6 with the tough loss.

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