A full slate of action played out in the league Friday night sans one, as the much anticipated girls game between Tamarac and Cambridge was postponed due to slippery floor conditions. That game will be played on Monday at 6 p.m. in Tamarac.
Here’s a look at the results from a midseason Friday night in the Wasaren.
Mechanicville 76 Saratoga Catholic 29
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Charli Goverski 13 Taylor Grayson 13 Amy DiSiena 10 Sammy Pasinella 10 Saints – Kate Cronin 7 Kennedy Murphy 7
Key Points : The Raiders led 36-13 at the half, bottomed seven triples on the night and placed four players in doubles to notch the easy home victory.
Stillwater 31 Hoosic Valley 26
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Marley Mueller 13 Brooke Pickett 11 Indians – Sam Lanoue 11
Key Points: Stillwater was held to single digits in each of the first three periods and trailed 21-19 entering the final frame where they produced their best offensive quarter scoring 12, to earn the “W” over the Valley.
Hoosick Falls 66 Berlin 33
Leading Scorers: Falls – Logan Thayne 22 Grace Wysocki 12 Eliza Whitman 10 Mountaineers – Haley Maxon 22
Key Points: The Panthers ran out to a 23-6 lead after the first and cruised to the road win over Berlin.
Cambridge 64 Tamarac 62
Leading Scorers: Indians – Brendan Holcomb 24 Joe Genevick 16 Bengals – Anthony Ciampilillo 21
Key Points: Tamarac outscored the Indians in three of the four periods but a 22-10 first quarter for Cambridge proved to be the difference.
Stillwater 73 Hoosic Valley 57
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Cooper Monast 19 Brian McNeil 13 Scott Travis 12 Nick Mincher 11 Valley – Ryan 18
Key Points: Stillwater built a 20 point cushion over the first three quarters, knocked down eight triples and put four players in doubles fueling the comfortable victory over the Valley.
Greenwich 44 Waterford 38
Leading Scorers: Witches – Carson Mosher 20 John Walsh 11 Josh James 10 Fordians – Michael Talavera 16 Bobby Valigorski 14
Key Points: Only four players scored for the Witches on the night, but three were in doubles providing just enough for the close Greenwich “W”.
Hoosick Falls 94 Berlin 43
Leading Scorers: Falls – Jon Kempf 27 Guy Milliman 18 Evan McCart 14 Mountaineers – Ryan Willis 22 Joshua Hendricks 15
Key Points: The Panthers knocked down eight 3-pointers, and scored 20 or more in every quarter in posting the dominant victory.
Saratoga Catholic 75 Mechanicville 64
Leading Scorers: Saints – Tyler Haraden 24 Sean Englert 21 Red Raiders – Kendrick McCann 20 Nick Billert 14
Key Points: In a close game throughout the Saints used a 19-12 fourth period to secure the “W” over the Raiders, moving to 6-0 in league play win the win.