Boys Basketball; Witches Squeeze Past Cambridge, Panthers Pound Bengals

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There was a full slate of boys basketball in the league on Wednesday night including three “no doubters” with only one contest going down to the wire.

Greenwich 61  Cambridge 58:  In a close contest where long range shooting was on full display, Greenwich built a seven point lead going to the final period and held on for the victory over the Indians.

Nearly half of the game’s points were scored from beyond the arc with Greenwich bottoming 10 and Cambridge hitting seven from deep.

Brendan Stout scored 22 points including four triples, Bailey Winch’s 15 points came on five 3-pointers, and Josh James hit one 3-ball and 11 points to lead the Witches offense.

Max Ratelle with 16 points, Shawn Lemeiux with 14, and Brenden Holcomb with 13 points led the Cambridge attack.

 

Hoosic Valley 59  Waterford 37:  In the Fordians first league game since joining the Wasaren, the Valley welcomed them with a 19-2 thrashing over the opening eight minutes and cruised to the easy victory over their hosts.

John Acker and Mike Schoonmker with 13 points each, and Isaac Sanchez with 10 led the Valley charge.

Kyle Fairclough dropped a game-high 24 points for the Fordians.

 

Stillwater 72  Mechanicville 43:  Zack Travis and Jared D’Aloia combined for 53 points leading the Warriors to the comfortable win over the Red Raiders.

Travis hit for a career-high 29 with 10 rebounds, and D’Aloia dropped 25 points including three triples for Stillwater who won every quarter of the contest.

Nick Billert with 20 points led the Mechanicville offense.

 

Hoosick Falls 67  Tamarac 43: The Panthers showed their long ball prowess knocking down 12 3-pointers on the night in posting the win over the Bengals.

Guy Milliman hit four treys as past of his 22 point effort, and Alex Haynes bottomed three triples and 12 points to lead the Panthers.

Brad Schneider and Frank Zotto scored eight points each to pace Tamarac, who were outscored by 30 points in the game, from behind the arc.

 

 

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