A big Friday night on the hardwood for Wasaren squads with the Panthers of Hoosick Falls posting a pair of wins to stay perfect on both the girls and boys side of things.
Hoosick Falls 52 Greenwich 45: The Panthers traveled to Greenwich to take on the Witches and came away with a well earned victory. The Falls led at 31-17 at the half, Greenwich trimmed the advantage to 40-33 after three, but the two squads played an even fourth as the Panthers secured the “W”.
Lizza Ryan and Kelly Pine both dropped 17 points to lead Hoosick Falls who improve to 5-0, 5-0 on the year.
Olivia Barnes with 17 points and Sabrina Whitehouse with 11 paced the Witches who fall to 2-2, 4-2 with the loss.
Mechanicville 58 Cambridge 39: The Red Raiders came off the bus shooting, putting together a 20-1 first quarter and rode that cushion to the comfortable win over Cambridge.
Sammy Pasinella scored 18 points and Julia Amedeo added 10 for the Raiders (5-2, 3-1).
Cambridge, (0-4, 0-4), was led by Helen Mooney’s 15 points and Bridey Nolan’s 10.
Tamarac 68 Stillwater 46: The Bengals had the long ball working, knocking down nine triples on the night rolling to the win over the Warriors.
Emily Erickson netted 15 points and Renna Poulin added 14 for Tamarac who has started the season strong with a mark of 4-1.
Natalie Menneto with nine points led the Warriors who drop to 2-4, 1-3 with the loss.
Saratoga Catholic 43 Waterford 30: The Saints, who trailed 30-23 heading to the final frame, threw a shutout over the last eight minutes out scoring Waterford 20-0 to post the come from behind victory over the Fordians.
On a night where just four players for each squad scored, Emma VanDeCar with 16 points, and Ani Crocker with 15 led the Saints (3-4, 1-3), while Hannah Canfield’s 13 points paced the Fordians (0-6, 0-5).
Hoosick Falls 74 Greenwich 36: The Falls used a 24-6 second period to run away from Greenwich and notch their fourth win in as many outings.
Jonathan Kempf with 21 points, and Evan McCart and Guy Milliman with 14 each led the Panthers who bottomed 10 makes from behind the arc on the night.
Greenwich ( 2-4, 1-2), was led in scoring by Josh James with 17 points.
Stillwater 58 Tamarac 50: The Warriors who trailed by one entering the final period, out scored the Bengals 19-10 over those decisive eight minutes to post the “W”.
Jared D’Aloia scored 25 points, 15 coming from the foul line, and Nate Thrane added 17 points to lead Stillwater who improves to 4-2, 3-1 with the win.
Tamarac (1-6, 0-5), placed a trio in double figures with Matt Moore scoring 14 points, Brad Schneider 13, and Chuck Lemay adding 10.
Saratoga Catholic 71 Waterford 41: The Saints put 10 players in the scoring column, and cruised to the victory over the Fordians.
Terel Tillman hit for 19 points and Tyler Haraden chipped in with 12 for Spa Catholic (3-3, 2-2).
Kyle Fairclough led Waterford (2-5, 0-4), with a game-high 21 points.
Cambridge 57 Mechanicville 45: The Indians out scored Mechanicville 35-19 after the break to secure the win over the Raiders.
Max Ratelle bottomed 18 points including four 3-pointers, and Branden Holcomb dropped 17 points for the Indians (1-3, 1-3), who held a 9-1 advantage in made threes.
Nick Billert with 12 points, Reggie McCann 11, and Keegan McHale with 10 points led Mechanicville (3-4, 3-2).