It’s hard to believe that last night was the final Friday of the regular season for Wasaren teams. Here’s how things played out.
Hoosick Falls 77 Mechanicville 34: The Panthers exploded for 24 first quarter points and never looked back, posting the easy “W” over the Red Raiders of Mechanicville.
Five players scored double figures for the Falls with Kelly Pine 18 points, Eliza Whitman 13 points, Logan Thayne and Sidney Miller 12 points each, and Lizza Ryan with 11 points highlighting a 77 points night for the Panther offense.
Madison Harrington scored 13 points to pace the Raiders.
Tamarac 57 Cambridge 45: The Bengals used a 17-9 third period to take control and went on to notch the victory over a stubborn Cambridge squad.
Tamarac placed a trio in doubles with Renna Poulin 15 points, Emily Erickson 13 points and Hannah Kreiger with 11 points leading the Bengal attack.
Cambridge also had three players score in doubles with Helen Mooney and Sophie Phillips scoring 12 points each, with Briley Nolan adding 11 points for the Indians.
With a win against Greenwich on Monday the Bengals would clinch the Wasaren crown.
Greenwich 49 Stillwater 43: In close game throughout the Witches outscored Stillwater 15-10 in the final eight minutes to secure the win.
Olivia Barnes scored 13 points with Gabbie Wiss and Sabrina Morehouse adding 11 points each to lead the Witches.
Bri Sheehan scored a game high 16 points to pace the Warriors.
Hoosic Valley 58 Saratoga Catholic 22: The Valley outscored the Saints 31-3 over the middle two periods in cruising to the victory.
The Indians put 10 players in the scoring column with Cami Hren leading the way with 14 points.
Kristen Mahar scored eight points to lead the Saints offense.
Saratoga Catholic 51 Hoosic Valley 47: Tyler Harrington scored 19 points and Tyrel Tillman added 14 to lead the Saints to the narrow victory over the Valley.
Spa trailed by four at the half but put together the come back over the final two frames.
Isaac Sanchez and Michael Schoonmaker scored 18 and 14 points respectively to lead the Valley.
Hoosick Falls 47 Mechanicville 38: The Falls ran it’s record to 15-0 in Wasaren play and with the “W” clinched the league title for an impressive fourth straight season.
Evan McCart scored 16 points and Guy Milliman added 14 points to show the way for the Panthers.
Kendrick McCann led the Red Raiders with 10 points on the night.
Stillwater 64 Greenwich 45: Zack Travis and Jared D’Aloia combined for 49 points as the Warriors downed the Witches at home Friday night.
With the win Stillwater improves to an impressive 13-2 in league play with one contest remaining.
John Walsh scored 12 points to lead the Greenwich attack.