There were a handful of non-league runs, and a pair of conference games for Wasaren squads Tuesday night. Here’s how things played out.
Cambridge 58 Berne-Knox 34
Leading Scorers: Indians – Lily Phillips 20 Fiona Mooney 14 & 21 rebounds Knox – Taylor Meachum 14
Key Points: Trailing 12-11 after the first eight minutes of play, Cambridge doubled up (44-22) the visitors from Knox the rest of the way in posting their 14th win in as many outings.
Stillwater 40 Galway 26
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Marley Mueller 16 Galway – Carlee Hortsmann 7
Key Points: The Warriors defense held Galway to single digits in each quarter paving the way to the non-league “W”.
Tamarac 63 Mohonasen 47
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Emily Erickson 26 Renna Poulin 26 Mohon – Breanna Lott 24
Key Points: Erickson used the long ball knocking back five triples, while Poulin hit on 11 two point goals as the pair combined to outscore the visitors from Mohon. Tuesday night.
Loudonville Christian 30 Spa Catholic 28
Leading Scorers: LC – Genny Swanson 17 Saints – Ani Crocker 11
Key Points: Loudonville Christian posted their only double figure period of the night in the final eight minutes to notch the come-from-behind victory over the Saints.
Hoosick Falls 50 Mechanicville 33
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Guy Milliman 17 Evan McCart 13 Jon Kempf 11 Red Raiders – Luciano D’Ambro 10
Key Points: The Falls placed three players in doubles, and won every quarter in running their league mark to 9-0 on the year.
Stillwater 64 Berlin 46 (Monday)
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Scott Travis 18 Grant Baker 12 Cooper Monast 11 Mountaineers – Tyler Kellar 15 Joshua Kendricks 15
Key Points: The Warriors outscored Berlin 35-22 after the break, gradually pulling away and posting the comfortable road victory.