Roundball Roundup

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Girls

Mechanicville 45  Columbia 44

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Sammy Pasinella 16    Charli Goverski 9       Columbia – Lily Zwanka 10    Lauren Obermeyer 10

Key Fact:  Mechanicville trailed throughout but used a 15-9 advantage in the final period to earn the come-from-behind “W”.  

 

Tamarac 48  Ichabod Crane 28

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Emily Erickson 16    Renna Poulin 14      Crane – Madie Graham 8

Key Fact:  The Bengals ran out to a 30-9 lead at the half on their way to the easy victory over Crane.

 

Mekeel Christian 51  Hoosic Valley 33

Leading Scorers: Mekeel – Rebekkah Dean 16    Elizabeth Singletor 13    Altagracia Delarosi 10     Indians – Renee Serafin 10

Key Fact:  Mekeel knocked down seven triples in the game and used a 20-7 fourth period to secure the win over the Valley.

 

Boys

Saratoga Catholic 57  Cambridge 49

Leading Scorers:  Saints – Tyler Haraden 19    Terel Tillman 12      Indians – Tristan Williams 20    Brendan Holcomb 13

Key Fact:  Haraden scored 10 points in the decisive fourth quarter where the Saints outscored Cambridge 16-9 to notch the win in the championship game of the Saratoga Catholic Holiday Tournament.

 

Mechanicville 66  Mayfield 41

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Nick Billert 22    Josh Germaine 11    Kendrick McCann 10    Chris Sullivan 10      Mayfield – Joe Gifford 18

Key Fact:  Mechanicville won every quarter and placed four in doubles fueling the comfortable victory over Mayfield

 

Stillwater 47  Fonda 39

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Scott Travis 23      Brian McNeil 11     Terrance Pierce 15

Key Fact:  Stillwater built a 28-20 lead at the half and rode that cushion to the “W” in a low scoring affair.

 

Maple Hill 51  Hoosic Valley 29

Leading Scorers: Hilltoppers – Connor Hall 12      Indians – Bassett 12    John Acker 10

Key Fact:  Maple Hill shut down the Valley attack holding the Indians to single numbers in each of the first three periods.

 

Glens Falls 87  Hoosick Falls 82

Leading Scorers:  GF – Joe Girard 50    Trent Girard 22       Panthers – Evan McCart 29    Jonathan Kempf 22     Guy Milliman 17

Key Fact: Trailing 37-35 at the half Glens Falls used a 26-14 third period to gain some control and hung on for the win in a shootout at the Grandstander Christmas Festival.

 

 

 

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