The boys race for the Wasaren crown has thinned to three squads and the trio all posted easy wins Tuesday night. Stillwater stayed perfect in league play at 10-0 win a victory over Granville, while Hoosick Falls and Mechanicville secured “W’s” running their marks to 8-2 with four league games remaining.
Stillwater 70 Granville 50
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Mitchel Wayand 33 Jared D’Aloia 18 Zack Travis 13 Horde – Matthew Parker 11 Morgan Williams 11
Key Stat: With one quarter in the books Granville led 19-18, but a 27-9 second stanza gave the Warriors control. Stillwater’s big three of Wayand, D’Aloia and Travis combined for 64 points, and that type of production has the Warriors eyeing a perfect Wasaren campaign.
Take Away: Granville at 5-5, visits Mechanicville on Friday, while Stillwater hosts Hoosick Falls.
Mechanicville 64 Tamarac 52
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Evan Dunn 15 Giovanni D’Ambro 14 Jacob Henes 12 Bengals – Dan Nealon 14 Anthony Zotto 12 Zack Johnson 11
Key Stat: Mechanicville ran out to a 41-19 lead at the half and cruised to the victory behind balanced scoring, placing three in doubles with C.J.Tironi just missing adding nine points to the Raider attack.
Take Away: Tamarac travels to Schghticoke on Friday to meet the Indians of Hoosic Valley, while the Raiders play host to Granville.
Hoosick Falls 53 Cambridge 34
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Connor McCart 19 Alex Mendez 11 Kellen Skott 10 Indians – Kordell Benson 10
Key Stat: The Panthers, who allow their opponents the fewest points of any Wasaren squad, shut down Cambridge holding the Indians to single digits in three of the four quarters.
Take Away: Cambridge at 0-10, looks for a win on Friday in home game against Greenwich, while the Falls is home for a big match up with Stillwater.
Hoosic Valley 57 Greenwich 54 OT
Leading Scorers: Valley – Dan Joslin 19 Isaac Sanchez 16 Witches – Lukas Whitehouse 20 George Ostrowski 15 Colin Skiff 10
Key Stat: In a close game throughout the Valley out scored Greenwich 7-4 in overtime to secure the win.
Take Away: Hoosic Valley at 4-6 in league play host Tamarac on Friday while the 2-8 Witches travel to Cambridge for a run with the Indians.