Plenty of non-league runs on Wednesday night for Wasaren squads and here’s how they all played out.
Cambridge 49 Berne Knox 36
Leading Scorers: Indians – Sophie Phillips 15 Helen Mooney 11 Lily Phillips 10 Berne Knox – Taylor Meachum 14
Keys: Cambridge raced out to a 30-11 lead at the break and rode that cushion to the win over Berne Knox. With the victory the Indians stay perfect on the season at 7-0 overall.
Waterford 55 Bishop Maginn 23
Leading Scorers: Fordians – Breanna Fruscio 14 Emily Kelley 12 Hannah Camfield 11 Maginn – Christine Catalan 11
Keys: Waterford pitched a shutout defensively in the third, and won every quarter in notching the easy win.
Stillwater 52 Hudson Falls 45
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Brian McNeil 17 James Galarneau 11 Cooper Monast 10 Tigers – Tariq Minix 10
Keys: In a close game throughout Stillwater outscored the Tigers 28-20 after the break and used a 16-5 advantage at the foul line to earn the non-league victory.
Berlin 81 Loudonville Christian 34
Leading Scorers: Mountaineers – Ryan Willis 25 Joshua Hendricks 20 Tyler Kellar 18 Malachi Ritter 10 Loudonville Christian – Noah Rogers 13
Keys: Berlin led 45-8 at halftime, placed four players in doubles, and cruised to the easy road win.
Mt. Anthony 68 Hoosick Falls 65
Leading Scorers: Patriots – Matthew Steadman 19 Abe Amidon 12 Falls – Guy Milliman 26 Evan McCart 21
Keys: Trailing 38-28 at intermission the Panthers used a 24-13 advantage in the third period to grab the lead before Mt. Anthony took it back over the final eight minutes, securing the well earned “W” over the Falls.
Galway 59 Hoosic Valley 19
Leading Scorers: Galway – Thor White 29 Indians – John Acker 8
Keys: White outscored the Valley squad by himself with a big 29 point effort that included 6 triples, as Galway rolled over the visitors from Schaghticoke.
Cohoes 61 Mechanicville 57
Leading Scorers: Cohoes – Snyder 23 Daniels 21 Red Raiders – Joe Germaine 16 Kendrick McCann 16 Nick Billert 13
Keys: Mechanicville held a 42-37 lead after three quarters of play, but Cohoes put 24 points on the board in the final period fueling their come-from-behind victory over the Raiders.