Wasaren Buckets


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

Leading Scorers: Bengals – Renna Poulin 21   Emily Erickson 17     Panthers – Kelly Pine 17    Ally Burdick 11

Key to the Win:  Tamarac used the long ball effectively drilling nine on the night, five by Erickson, and came away with the win avenging an early season loss to the Panthers.   With the victory the Bengals move to 9-1 in league play and lead the Falls and the Valley by a single game in the Wasaren race.

Hoosic Valley 65   Waterford 16

Leading Scorers: Valley – Alicia Clum 10   Lauren Paul 10   Becky Keasbey 10     Fordians – Haley Bodah 5

Key to the Win: The Valley held Waterford to single digits in each period, while putting eleven players in the scorebook and notching the one-sided victory.

Greenwich 46  Cambridge 41

Leading Scorers: Witches – Sabrina Whitehouse 12   Gabby Wiss 10      Indians – Sophie Phillips 11

Key to the Win: Trailing entering the final eight minutes, Greenwich used a 14-4 final quarter to pull out the road win over the Indians.


Hoosic Valley 56   Waterford 47

Leading Scorers: Valley – Isaac Sanchez 21   Tom Madigan 11    Fordians – Kyle Fairclough 11   Bobby Valigorski 10

Key to the Win:  The Valley won the first three periods easing out to a 48-37 lead, and posted the comfortable victory over the Fordians.

Cambridge 49  Greenwich 41

Leading Scorers: Indians – Brendan Holcomb 18    Max Ratelle 14     Witches – John Walsh 12

Key to the Win:  Cambridge doubled up the Witches over the first two periods building a 30-15 advantage at halftime, and hung on for the road “W”.

Hoosick Falls 61  Tamarac 35

Leading Scorers: Falls – Jon Kempf 17    Evan McCart 12    Alex Haynes 10       Bengals – Brad Schneider 12

Key to the Win:  The Panthers held a 9-0 advantage on made 3’s, and coasted to their ninth league win in as many tries.

Stillwater 63   Mechanicville 53

Leading Scorers: Warriors – Jared D’Aloia 27    Nate Thrane 16    Zack Travis 14             Red Raiders – Zack Hansen 19   Kendrick McCann 13

Key to the Win:  The Raiders held a 36-24 led at the half, but Stillwater hung 39 second half points on the board, and used a 19-6 final period to come all the way back and post the come from behind “W” over Mechanicville.

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