A full slate of action in boys and girls basketball on Friday night with an overtime decision in Saratoga highlighting the results.
Stillwater 74 Saratoga Catholic 66 OT: In a shootout that needed extra minutes to decide things, the Warriors pulled away in overtime out scoring the Saints 11-3 to capture the road victory.
Spa Catholic, put together a 12-1 run late in regulation and took a 63 -61 lead with under a minute remaining, but a bucket by the Warriors Nick Travis with :19 left sent the game into overtime where Stillwater took control.
Jared D’Aloia led all scorers with 31 points, and Travis added 24 points and 11 rebounds to lead Stillwater.
Connor Farrington with 27 points, and Tyler Haraden with 13 led the Saints.
Mechanicville 64 Tamarac 53: The Red Raiders jumped out to an 18-10 lead after one and rode that cushion to the win over the Bengals.
Reggie McCann scored a game-high 20, and Nick Billert added 14 for the Mechanicville squad who knocked down 14 of 20 from the free throw line in the contest.
Brad Schneider scored 16 points to lead Tamarac.
Hoosic Valley 44 Cambridge 37: The Valley used a 16-10 final period to get past Cambridge in a game that was close throughout.
Michael Schoonmaker led the Valley attack with nine points, while Cambridge’s Shawn Lemieux took game honors scoring 13 points.
Tamarac 67 Mechanicville 40: The Bengals won every quarter and took control n the second half, out scoring the Red Raiders 36-17 after the break in posting the victory over Mechanicville.
Ten players scored for Tamarac led by Emily Erickson’s 26 points, and Renna Poulins’ 10.
Sammy Pasinella with nine points and Taylor Grayson with eight paced the Raider attack.
Hoosick Falls 55 Waterford 14: The Panthers held the Fordians to single digits in every period on their way to the easy win.
Kelly Pine led the Falls with 16 points, while Annelise Rebel’s five points paced the Fordians.
Hoosic Valley 37 Cambridge 28: In a competitive run in Cambridge the Valley defense kept the Indians in the 20’s to notch the “W”.
Cami Hren scored 10 points and Alicia Clum added nine to lead the Indians from Schaghticoke.
Helen Mooney led all scorers in the contest pouring in a game-high 15.
Stillwater 59 Saratoga Catholic 31: The Warriors, who led 21-17 at halftime, exploded for 25 third quarter points and cruised from there to the win over the Saints.
Danika Svendsen dropped 17 points and Brianna Sheehan added 13 to pace Stillwater.
Kristen Mahar scored nine points to lead Spa Catholic.