My job took me away from the computer this week so let’s take a look back at the action in the league on the boys side of things.
Hoosick Falls stayed unbeaten in Wasaren competition posting a 57-42 win over Mechanicville on Wednesday night. The Panthers are 6-0 in league play and feature balanced scoring with Guy Milliman, Jonathan Kempf, and Evan McCart combining for just under 40 points per contest. Next up for the Falls is a home run with Tamarac.
Stillwater continued to roll with wins over Cambridge and Greenwich by identical scores of 59-42. Jared D’Aloia dropped 24 and 23 points in the two outings, average nights for the senior guard who scores it at 27 per. Teammate Zack Travis added 23 points in the Cambridge game and for the year Travis is averaging just under 16 points per.
Hoosic Valley notched a pair of wins topping Mechanicville 36-28, and Spa Catholic 46-43. Isaac Sanchez scored 10 in the Mechanicville victory and netted 20 points, and teammate Bradley McGreavey 17 in the win over the Saints. The Valley sits at 5-1 in the league and will be at Stillwater on Wednesday to take on the Warriors.
Mechanicville had a tough week dropping contests to the Valley and the Falls. The Raiders own a 4-4 league mark and will look to turn things around in an away contest on Friday at Saratoga Catholic.
Cambridge played three times during the week, winning two. After dropping a Wednesday night game to Hoosick Falls, the Indians bested Tamarac 51-40 on Friday and last night posted a 74-71 win over Argyle. Shawn Lemeiux scored 24 points in the win over Tamarac, and Cambridge placed four in double figures in the Argyle victory. Cambridge looks to keep it going on Wednesday night traveling to Waterford to take on the Fordians.
Greenwich dropped a pair losing to Spa Catholic 65-35 and Stillwater 59-42. The Witches have struggled at times to score the ball, and were held to seven points at the half in the Stillwater game. Next up for Greenwich is an away contest with Waterford on Friday.
Waterford earned their first league win of the season with a 58-45 decision over Tamarac. As always Kyle Fairclough led the Fordians dropping 35 points in this one. Fairclough pours in 25 points nightly for Waterford who will host Cambridge on Wednesday night.
Tamarac with losses to Waterford, and Cambridge still searches for their first league “W” of the year. Brad Scheneider scored 11 and 10 points in those two contests for the Bengals. Tamarac looks to put a number in the win column on Friday when they take the short trip north to face the Indians of Hoosic Valley.