In a matchup of the first and last place squads in the Wasaren, home standing Hoosick Falls gave the visitors from Waterford little opportunity to pull the upset, jumping out to a 22-11 lead after one and increasing that cushion to 44-23 at the half on their way to a 75-53 “W”. Continue reading
Player Team Points Per Game
Emily Erickson Tamarac 16.9
Kelly Pine Hoosick Falls 16.2
Sammy Pasinella Mechanicville 15.1
Danika Svendsen Stillwater 13.1
Emma VanDeCar Spa Catholic 12.7
Olivia Barnes Greenwich 12.4
Renna Poulin Tamarac 12.1
Helen Mooney Cambridge 12.0
Lizza Ryan Hoosick Falls 10.7
Hannah Kreiger Tamarac 10.4 Continue reading
Player School Points Per Game
Jared D’Aloia Stillwater 26.9
Kyle Fairclough Waterford 21.9
Connor Farrington Spa Catholic 20.1
Zack Travis Stillwater 14.8
Guy Milliman Hoosick Falls 13.9
Isaac Sanchez Hoosic Valley 13.9
Brenden Holcomb Cambridge 13.5
Max Ratelle Cambridge 12.2
Bailey Winch Greenwich 11.9
Tyler Haradan Spa Catholic 11.9
A full Friday on the hardwood saw results range from blowouts in girls action, to close contests on the boys side of things. Here’s a closer look.
Mechanicville 75 Waterford 17: The Red Raiders had all the points they needed for the win after the first eight minutes of action, rolling out to a 23-0 lead on their way to the easy victory over Waterford. Continue reading
There’s two weeks left in the Wasaren regular season and on the boys side of things the Panthers of Hoosick Falls set the pace, yet to be defeated in 10 league runs. The Falls are closely followed by Stillwater and Hoosic Valley both sporting 9-2 marks. Continue reading
The Stillwater girls took the short drive north Monday night to take on the Black Horses of Schuylerville in a non-league run. The two squads met back in November with Schuylerville notching a 55-43 victory, and last night the Warriors looked to avenge that early season defeat.
Deadlocked at 23, after two quarters of play, Stillwater used a big second half out scoring the Horses 31-19 to capture the “W”.
Schuylerville’s Emily Valee led all scorers in this one pouring a game high 26 points.
Danika Svendsen paced the Warriors with 15 points, and Marly Muller added 12 for Stillwater who are enjoying a solid season. With the win they improve to 4-6, 6-8 on the year with a pair of those league defeats coming by just a single point.
Next up for Stillwater it’s back to league play, and fitting that on this Regents week the Warriors will be well tested Friday night when the front-running Tamarac Bengals come to town.
With five games remaining in league play three squads have separated from the pack in their pursuit of the girls Wasaren title. After 11 league runs Tamarac set’s the pace with a 10-1 record followed by Hoosic Valley and Hoosick Falls with identical 9-2 marks. Continue reading
A full slate of action in the league on a mid-January Friday saw the Bengals, the Falls and the Valley all post a pair of “W’s”.
Tamarac 69 Mechanicville 51: Emily Erickson poured in 23 points and teammates Hannah Kreiger and Renna Poulin added 20 and 14 leading the Bengals past the Red Raiders of Mechanicville. Continue reading
A big Wednesday night of action on the hardwood for both the boys and girls with the biggest win coming from Clums Corners belonging to the lady Bengals.
Tamarac 56 Hoosick Falls 52 Continue reading
Congratulations to this week’s Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week, Greenwich’s Bailey Winch.
Bailey scored 20 points in a 51-48 loss to Hoosic Valley on Monday, came back with 13 points on Wednesday at Tamarac in another close loss, but saved the best for Friday night dropping 20 points and a game winning 3-ball at the buzzer in overtime, giving the Witches the 57-55 victory over the Fordians of Waterford.
Congratulations to Bailey, our newest Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.