Boy Hoops; Panthers, Warriors Notch Wins

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As teams began their second tour through the Wasaren schedule Wednesday night, the Panthers of Hoosick Falls stayed perfect, Stillwater picked up a nice win, and Tamarac secured their first league “W” of the year.

Hoosick Falls 64  Saratoga Catholic 45:  Just another day at the office for the Panthers, putting three players in double figures, and holding the opposition in the 40’s to remain unbeaten in league play at 8-0.

Alex Haynes dropped 18 first half points, 22 in all, and Guy Milliman and Jon Kempf added 16 and 10 points to lead the Falls offense.

Tyrel Tillman with 19 points paced Saratoga Catholic (4-4).

 

Stillwater 58  Hoosic Valley 50:  Jared D’Aloia scored half of his 32 points in the final eight minutes helping Stillwater hold off the Valley and post the “W”.

The Warriors held a 33-19 lead at the half, but the Indians trimmed the deficit to nine at 41-32 heading to the final period.

Nate Thrane added 13 points to the Stillwater (7-1) attack.

Isaac Sanchez scored 27 points, and Michael Schoonmaker added 10 points for Hoosic Valley (6-2).

 

Cambridge 64  Waterford 49:  Trailing the Fordians 16-11 after the first period, Cambridge outscored their hosts 40-20 over the next two quarters to take control.

Shawn Lemieux had a big night for the Indians scoring 23 points including four triples, and teammates Brenden Holcombwith 17 points, and Max Ratelle with 11 rounded out the Cambridge trio in doubles.

Kayle Fairclough scored a game-high 27 points for Waterford (1-6).

 

Tamarac 50  Greenwich 45:  The Bengals won their first Wasaren contest of the season and did so in come from behind fashion.  Trailing Greenwich 17-9 after one, Tamarac won the remaining quarters, using an 18-15 advantage in the final eight minutes to earn the victory.

Sam Griffen led the way for Tamarac (1-6), with 14 points, and teammates Marc Mulligan, and Brad Scheneider added 13 and 10 points respectively.

Brendan Stout scored 15 points on five 3-pointers, and Bailey Winch scored 13 points to pace the attack for Greenwich (2-6).

 

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