Saratoga Catholic 67 Cambridge 61 OT: Extra minutes were needed to decide things in Cambridge Wednesday night between the Indians and Saratoga Catholic, and in a game that was a back and forth affair throughout the visiting Saints captured the victory out scoring Cambridge 11-6 in the overtime period.
Cambridge led 14-10 after one, the teams were knotted 24 all at the half and Spa Catholic held a 48-37 advantage after three, before the Indians fought back in the final quarter forcing the overtime session.
Connor Farrington with 24 points and Terel Tillman with 23 led the Saints, who improve to 3-2 in league play with the win.
Cambridge, who held an 11-3 edge in made threes, was led in scoring by Shawn Lemieux’s 15 points and Max Ratelle’s 10. With the loss Cambridge drops to 1-4 in the Wasaren.
Mechanicville 49 Greenwich 37: The Red Raiders held the host Witches to 13 points over the middle two periods, pulling away to the “W” Wednesday night in Greenwich.
Kendrick McCann and Keegan McCale both netted 13 points for Mechanicville who go to 4-2 in league play with the win.
Carson Mosher’s 11 points led the Witches attack that scored nearly half of their points from beyond the arc with six made 3’s in the contest.
Stillwater 72 Waterford 64: The Fordians made a strong bid to post their first Wasaren victory, trailing by only a bucket heading to the final period, but the visiting Warriors put a 23 point fourth quarter on the board to deny Waterford, and come away with the “W”.
Jared D’Aloia poured in a game-high 31 points, and Jon Hill added 15 points to lead the Warriors, who own a 4-1 league mark.
Kyle Fairclough with 29 points and Bobby Valigorsky with 12 paced the 0-4 Fordians.
Hoosick Falls 62 Hoosic Valley 55: The Panthers built a 51-36 cushion after three periods and held off the Indians to notch their fifth league win in as many tries.
The Falls placed three players in doubles with Alex Haynes 19 points, Evan McCart 15, and Guy Milliman 13 points leading the Panther offense.
Michael Schoonmaker with 20 points, and Jimmy Acker with 12 led the 3-1 Valley squad.