Cambridge 60 Hoosic Valley 56
Leading Scorers: Indians – Brenden Holcomb 15 Williams 23 Valley – John Acker 25 Brandon Napoli 11 Alec Ratelle 11
Key Points: In a game tied at the break Cambridge used a 20-11 third period to jump in front and then held off the Indians over the final eight minutes to post the win.
Hoosick Falls 71 Waterford 47
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Evan McCart 23 Guy Milliman 19 Fordians – Connor Houle 12
Key Points: The Panthers set the tone with a 24-3 first quarter and cruised to the road victory.
Saratoga Catholic 92 Berlin 58
Leading Scorers: Saints – Terel Tillman 28 Sam Haraden 14 Sean Englert 12 Mountaineers – Ryan Willis 28 Josh Hendricks 14
Key Points: Tillman poured in 21 points in the first period helping the Saints take a 35-11 lead after the first as Spa, put this one away early.
Greenwich 58 Mechanicville 54
Leading Scorers: Witches – John Walsh 17 Josh James 13 Carson Mosher 12 Red Raiders – Josh Germaine 12 Keegan McHale 12 Kendrick McCann 10
Key Points: Greenwich built a 12 point advantage through three periods and hung on at the finish to notch the home “W”.
Cambridge 51 Hoosic Valley 43
Leading Scorers: Indians – Sophie Phillips 18 Helen Mooney 11 Valley – Renee Serafin 14 Emaleigh Peckham 14 Alex Rifenburg 11
Key Points: Cambridge held the Valley to single numbers in each of the first three quarters and outscored the visitors 14-1 from the foul line to stay perfect at 18-0 on the year.
Greenwich 50 Mechanicville 49
Leading Scorers: Witches – Molly Brophy 18 Gabby Wiss 15 Red Raiders – Sammy Pasinella 12 Charli Goverski 11 Amy DiSiena 11
Key Points: Greenwich lead 19-8 after one, the two squads played evenly through the next two periods and the Witches survived a fourth quarter run by the Raiders to secure the narrow win.
Hoosick Falls 45 Waterford 27
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Logan Thayne 19 Fordians – Emily Kelley 10
Key Points: The Falls held Waterford scoreless in the second period, led 23-6 at the half, and cruised from there.
Tamarac 41 Stillwater 26
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Emily Erickson 16 Renna Poulin 13
Key Points: In a defensive battle the Bengals held the Warriors to 16 points through three periods and, led by Erickson and Poulin, did enough offensively to earn the road win.