Mechanicville, Valley Post Wins


On a night with five Wasaren girls squads in action, Hoosic Valley and Mechanicville handled their business earning non-league wins in holiday tourney play.

Mechanicville 71  St. Dominic 53

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Taylor Grayson 19  (5, 3’s)    Charli Goverski 18     Sammy Pasinella 14           St. Dominic – Buanaguro  22      Goldberg 14

Keys:  Leading 29-21 at the break the Red Raiders put 42 points on the board in the second half to pull away from St. Dominic of Long Island.  Mechanicville shot well from distance bottoming nine triples led by Grayson who knocked back five.


Hoosic Valley 59  Middleburg 41

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Renee Serafin 14    Sam Lanoue 13    Eloise Carlson-McNally 11   Middleburg – Breanna Palmatier 17    Kelsey Terel 14

Keys:  The Valley ran out to a 28-13 advantage at the half, drilled six 3-pointers on the night, and posted the comfortable win in the Maple Hill Holiday tournament.


Ballston Spa 44  Stillwater 21

Leading Scorers:  Spa – Samantha DeVito 12       Warriors – Marley Mueller 11

Keys:  Ballston Spa shut down the Stillwater attack holding the Warriors to single digits in every period, and notched the victory in the low scoring affair.


North Warren 43  Saratoga Catholic 31

Leading Scorers:  Cougars – Sydney Gagnon 19     Saints – Ani Crocker 11

Keys:  The Cougars gradually pulled away from Spa Catholic building a 20-12 halftime cushion, paving the way to the “W” over the Saints.



Ichabod Crane 56  Hoosic Valley 24

Leading Scorers:  Crane – Christian Pesano 25 ( 5, 3’s)       Indians –  Zachary Ryan 10

Keys:  Crane held the Valley to eight points in the first half, and put the game away with a 22-8 third period.  Pesano drilled five triples in the contest, half of the 10 makes from deep for Ichabod Crane.


Argyle 68  Berlin 57

Leading Scorers:  Scots – Peyton Lufkin 37      Mountaineers – Ryan Willis 28

Keys:  Argyle jumped to a 22-9 lead after one, and stayed in control throughout in posting the win over Berlin, on a night where the Mountaineer’s Willis scored his 1000th career point on a 3-pointer in the second quarter.

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