A full slate in the Wasaren on a late January Friday night, and here’s how things played out.
Hoosic Valley 44 Waterford 16
Leading Scorers: Valley – Alex Rifenburg 22 Fordians – Annilise Rebel 9
Key Points: Hoosic Valley held the Fordians to single numbers in every period paving the way to an easy road victory.
Tamarac 55 Hoosick Falls 50
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Renna Poulin 26 Emily Erickson 13 Kayla Doody 10 Panthers – Logan Thayne 22 Noreen McAuliffe 10
Key Points: In a game that was tied heading to the final period Tamarac outscored the Falls 13-8 in the fourth to earn the “W”. The Bengals cashed in at the foul line throughout converting on 11 of 16, while the Panthers made 3 of 9 from the stripe.
Cambridge 70 Berlin 4
Leading Scorers: Indians – Sophie Phillips 15 Lily Phillips 15 Fiona Mooney 11
Key Points: Cambridge shutout the Mountaineers in the first half on their way to the win.
Greenwich 69 Saratoga Catholic 23
Leading Scorers: Witches – Molly Brophy 23 Gabby Wiss 16 Saints – Mayer 7
Key Points: Greenwich held the Saints to single digits in each period, put 43 points on the board in the first half and cruised to easy home “W”.
Saratoga Catholic 54 Greenwich 37
Leading Scorers: Saints – Sean Englert 15 Ben Scammell 10 Witches – Ellis Pemrick 10
Key Points: Spa Catholic outscored the visitors 32-11 in the first half on their way to their ninth league win in ten outings.
Cambridge 54 Berlin 34
Leading Scorers: Indians – Williams 25 Brandon Holcomb 14 Mountaineers – Ryan Willis 15 Tyler Kellar 14
Key Points: The Cambridge defense allowed just four Berlin players to score as Holcomb and Williams combined scored enough to post the victory.
Hoosick Falls 73 Tamarac 38
Leading Scorers: Falls – Evan McCart 23 Guy Milliman 19 Jon Kempf 14 Bengals – Jacob Defreest 9
Key Points: The Panthers bottomed 10 triples, and used a 51-20 advantage over the middle two periods in cruising to the easy road win.
Waterford 54 Hoosic Valley 47
Leading Scorers: Fordians – Michael Talavera 18 Joe Panetta 14 Valley – Brandon Napoli 10
Key Points: In a close game throughout the difference came from the free throw line where Waterford shot 14 of 21 while the Valley was just 3 of 4.
Stillwater 55 Mechanicville 49
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Scott Travis 17 Brain McNeil 11 Cooper Monast 11 Raiders – Kendrick McCann 11
Key Points: A 19-10 second period gave the Warriors a 31-20 lead at the break and the Warriors used nearly all of that cushion in holding off the Raiders for the home victory.