Roundball Roundup


Several Wasaren squads took to the floor Friday night in tournament runs as holiday hoops wrap up over the weekend.

Girls Basketball

Hoosic Valley 33  Maple Hill 20:  Cami Hren scored 16 points, half of the Valley’s total and nearly enough to match the Hilltopper offense, as the Indians posted the win in a low scoring affair.

Hoosic Valley held Maple Hill to just five points in every quarter and took control early, leading 14-5 after one.

Alyssa Houghtaling with eight points led the Hilltoppers.


Tamarac 77  Hudson 27:  Emily Erickson’s 24 points led the Bengal onslaught as Tamarac cruised to the easy “W” over the Blue Hens.

Hannah Kreiger netted 17 points and Renna Poulin added 14 for a Bengal attack that scored 48 points over the middle two periods to put this one away.

Shayna Coopersmithe scored nine points to lead Hudson.


Schuylerville 41  Cambridge 39:  Schuylerville’s Hunter VanArnum scored as time expired giving the Black Horses the victory and the championship of the Cambridge Holiday tournament.

The Indians had pulled even on a Grace Snyder bucket with 1.1 seconds left, but VanArnum converted on the in bounds play, after the Black Horse had advanced the ball to midcourt, sending Schuylerville home with the championship.

Emily Valee paced Schuylerville with 17 points, while Snyder led Cambridge with 11.


Boys Basketball

Greenwich 51  Waterford 49:  The Witches used a 10-3 final quarter to notch the come from behind victory over the Fordians.

Josh James scored 15 points and Jack Pemrick added 10 for the Greenwich attack that knocked down six triples in the contest.

Kyle Fairclough led all scorers with 27 points, and teammate Bobby Valigotsky netted 15 for Waterford.


Ichabod Crane 49  Hoosic Valley 25:  Ichabod Crane used a 19-3 third period to break open a close contest, and post the win over the Indians of Hoosic Valley.

Crane held a 16-11 advantage at halftime but took control over the next eight minutes.

Joe Werner with 19 points and Matt Ragosta with 10 led the Ichabod Crane offense.

Michael Schoonmaker’s seven points led the Valley.


Hoosick Falls 53  Hudson Falls 35:  Evan McCart, CJ Baker, and John Kempf  with 12 points each paved the way for the Panther “W” in the opening round of the Glens Falls Holiday Classic.

The Falls ran out to a 34-10 halftime lead and cruised from there.

Riley Maddison scored 14 points to lead the Tigers.



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