With a break in the league schedule, a number of Wasaren teams took the floor on Thursday night in nonleague contests. It proved to be a tough night for league squads with only the Lady Panthers of Hoosick Falls notching a “W”.
Hoosick Falls 63 Mount Anthony 56
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Logan Thayne 26 Lillian Hockey 22 Patriots – G. Maher 26
Key Stat: Thayne and Hickey combine for 49 points, leading the Falls who withstood 10 made threes in the game by the visitors from Vermont.
Albany 84 Stillwater 20
Leading Scorers: Albany – Ahniysha Jackson 31 Junasia Lanier 14 Jenna Ciyone 12 Warriors Marley Mueller 8
Key Stat: Albany outscored Stillwater 50-4 over the middle two periods in first round play at the South Glens Falls Holiday Tournament. The Warriors will look to bounce back tonight when they’ll meet Ft. Edward in the consolation game at 5 p.m.
Corinth 40 Saratoga Catholic 24
Leading Scorers: Tomahawks – Maddy DeLisle 12 Saints – Lauren Maher 6 Molly O’Reilly 6 Grace O’Reilly 6
Key Stat: Corinth led 13-2 after the first period and nursed that cushion to the win over the Saints.
Fonda 67 Mechanicville 58
Leading Scorers: Fonda – Jackson Atty 26 Angelo Canale 12 Red Raiders – Devin Garland 15 Tyler Dion 10
Key Stat: Fonda held a 34-34 lead at the half and used a 19-14 advantage in the fourth to earn the victory over the Raiders on the first night of the Stillwater Holiday Tourney. Tonight Mechanicville will face Mekeel Christian Academy in a 5:30 start.
Mekeel Christian Academy 71 Stillwater 30
Leading Scorers: Mekeel – Alex Barnhill 15 Ozzie DeJesus 15 Warriors – Brian McNeil 8
Key Stat: Mekeel jumped out to a 26-4 advantage after one and cruised from there in the Stillwater Holiday Tournament. Stillwater will take on Fonda in tournament play tonight in a 7 p.m. run.
Greenville 72 Tamarac 71
Leading Scorers: Greenville – Damien Fiducia 26 Joe Nicosia 12 Keenan Mulholland 10 Bengals – Anthony Ciampolillo 20 Jacob DeFreest 19
Key Stat: In a close game throughout at the Berne-Knox Holiday Tournament, Greenville held a sizeable advantage at the stripe converting on 19 of 41 free throws while the Bengals attempted just 18, connecting on 11. Tournament action continues tonight with Tamarac facing Hawthorne Valley in the 6 p.m. contest.