A full slate of girls action on Tuesday night saw three squads win in blowout fashion, while another used a big fourth period to earn a comfortable “W”.
Hoosic Valley 51 Stillwater 30: The Indians held Stillwater to eight first half points in building a 20 point advantage at the break, and coasted to the easy victory over the Warriors.
Cami Hren led the Valley attack with 16 points, including four triples, on a night where the Indians saw nine players score. With the victory Hoosic Valley improves to 7-1 in Wasaren play.
Natalie Menneto scored 16 points to pace Stillwater (4-4).
Cambridge 60 Waterford 14: Cambridge held the Fordians to single digits in every quarter, hung 21 points on the board in the first eight minutes, and never looked back in posting the one-sided “W”.
Helen Mooney with 20 points and 12 rebounds fueled the Cambridge (2-6) offense.
Annelise Rebel scored eight points for Waterford (0-8).
Hoosick Falls 65 Saratoga Catholic 36: The Panthers dominated on both sides of the ball over the first two periods, running out to a 43-9 lead at the break and cruised to the easy victory over the Saints.
Kelly Pine with 16 points, and Lizza Ryan with 13 led Hoosick Falls ( 6-1).
Emma VanDeCar dropped a game-high 22 points for Spa Catholic (1-7).
Tamarac 55 Greenwich 43: In the only close contest of the night, Tamarac held the slimmest of margins at 40-39 entering the final period, but outscored the Witches 15-4 in the fourth to hold off the upset bid from Greenwich.
The Bengals put three players in double digits, with Emily Erickson netting 15 points, and both Hannah Kreiger and Renna Poulin adding 13 points leading the way for Tamarac (6-1).
The Witches also had three players in doubles with Sabrina Whitehouse scoring 13 points, while Olivia Barnes and Gabbie Wiss scored 10 points each to pace the Greenwich (3-5) attack.