Friday Night Hoops

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A full schedule of basketball for both the boys, and girls on a Friday night in the Wasaren with a surprise ending or two along the way. 

 

Girls

Stillwater 47   Cambridge 40

Leading Scorers: Warriors – Abby Higgins 18   Cassie Sheehan 12     Indians – Olivia Mooney 16   Helen Mooney 10

Key Stat:  Stillwater scored nearly half of their points from behind the arc, draining seven in the upset win.

Take Away: The Warriors improve to 4-5, 6-8, while Cambridge with the loss drops to 6-3, 10-4 on the year.

 

Greenwich 42  Mechanicville 37

Leading Scorers: Witches – Isabelle Kuzmich 11   Sabrina Whitehouse 10     Red Raiders – Madison Harrington 11    Samantha Pasinella 10

Key Stat: Greenwich, trailing 30-29 entering the fourth out scored the Raiders 13-7 in the final frame to claim the victory.

Take Away: The Witches move to 2-7, 6-7 on the season, while Mechanicville falls to 2-7, 3-8.

 

Tamarac 73  Granville 26

Leading Scorers: Bengals – Emily Erickson 21    Hannah Kreiger 13     Horde – Lyndsey Hilder 7

Key Stat: Tamarac ran out to a 27-2 lead after one and cruised to the easy”W”.

Take Away: The Bengals mark goes to 7-2, 9-4, and Granville is 0-9, 3-10 for the year.

 

Boys

Tamarac 55  Granville 46

Leading Scorers: Bengals – Dillon Maxon 26   Anthony Zotto 12    Horde – Matthew Fuller 20

Key Stat: Tamarac converted 14 of 25 from the free throw line, while Granville was 4 of 4 on the night.

Take Away: The Bengals go to 3-6, 5-8 with the win, and Granville falls to 5-4, 6-9.

 

Mechanicville 47  Greenwich 32

Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Giovanni D’Ambro 11     Witches – George Ostrowski 12

Key Stat:  Mechanicville held a capable Greenwich offense to just 32 points earning the win and breaking a two-game losing skid for the Raiders.

Take Away: Mechanicville improves to 7-2, 10-3 on the campaign, and the Witches with the loss go to 2-7, 3-10.

 

Stillwater 55  Cambridge 54

Leading Scorers: Warriors – Mitchel Wayand 27   Zack Travis 12   Jared D’Aloia 10    Indians – Kordell Benson 14   Brenden Holcomb 11    Daniel Genevick 10

Key Stat: The “Big Three” for Stillwater, Wayand, Travis, and D’Aloia combine for 49 points and they needed every one to get past the upset-minded Indians.

Take Away:  Stillwater at 9-0, 13-2 continues to lead the pack in the Wasaren, while Cambridge at 0-9, 4-9 continues their search for a league “W”.

 

Hoosick Falls 47  Hoosic Valley 29

Leading Scorers: Falls – Connor McCart 15    Remington Hickey 12       Valley – Isaac Sanchez 14

Key Stat: The Panther defense held the Valley to 16 points through three quarters of play on their way to the comfortable win.

Take Away: Hoosick Falls at 7-2, 8-5 stays in the hunt for the league crown, while the Indians with the loss move to 3-6, 5-9 for the season.

 

 

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