The curtain came down on the Wasaren regular season Tuesday night and as it did the Tamarac girls clinched the league title, and the Hoosick Falls boys completed a season of perfection.
Tamarac 55 Greenwich 43: The Bengals used a 21-8 second quarter to take control, and closed out the “W” earning the Wasaren championship with a 15-1 mark.
Tamarac has been perfect since a December loss to Hoosick Falls, but needed this one to win the title outright with Hoosic Valley finishing just one game back at 14-2.
Emily Erickson with 17 points led a trio of double figure scorers for the Bengals with Renna Poulin and Tina Ray adding 15 and 10 points for Tamarac.
Olivia Barnes scored 15 points to lead Greenwich who finish the regular season at 7-9, 11-9.
Hoosick Falls 65 Saratoga Catholic 35: Kelly Pine poured in 27 points to lead the Panthers to the one-sided win over the Saints.
Logan Thayne scored 16 points and Lizza Ryan added 11 for the Falls who finish with a fine 13-3, 15-4 mark.
Spa Catholic ( 3-13, 6-14), was led by Emma VanDeCar who tallied 17 points for the Saints.
Hoosick Falls 56 Saratoga Catholic 37: A balanced Panther attack placed four players in doubles paving the way for the comfortable victory over Spa Catholic.
Guy Milliman with 16 points, Alex Haynes 13 points, Jon Kempf 11 points, and Evan McCart with 10 points spread the wealth offensively for the Falls who complete an undefeated Wasaren campaign at 16-0, a remarkable feat in a league known for it’s competitive excellence top to bottom.
Connor Farrington with 14 points led the Saints offense as Saratoga Catholic finishes their first season in the Wasaren at 8-8, 10-10.
Greenwich 87 Tamarac 55: The Witches hung 55 points on the board in the first 16 minutes, and cruised to the “W” over the visiting Bengals from Tamarac.
Brendan Stout with 23 points, Carson Mosher 16, and Josh James with 15 points led Greenwich, ( 4-12, 5-15), on a night where the Witches connected 11 times from beyond the arc.
Sam Griffen with 14 points and Nate Nolan with 10 points led Tamarac who finish the campaign with a 3-13, 5-14 mark.