Two makeup games in the league on Monday saw the Greenwich girls and Mechanicville boys post victories.
Greenwich 64 Stillwater 55
Leading Scorers: Witches – Kylie Masse 21 Molly Brophy 15 Tess Merrill 10 Warriors – Marley Mueller 16 Brooke Pickett 12 Molly Sheehan 12
Key Stat: Greenwich outscored the Warriors 33-24 in the second half to pull away for the “W” in a game that was tied at the half.
Mechanicville 69 Greenwich 56
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Josh Germaine 23 Luci D’Ambro 12 Devin Garland 10 Witches – Alex Curtis 13 Carson Mosher 10
Key Stat: The Raiders hung 48 on the board in the first half and led by 25 at the break. They cruised to the home win on the strength of 11 made triples, with the junior guard Germaine drilling seven.
Hoosick Falls and Hoosic Valley played in the Zero Gravity Tournament at the Cool Insuring Arena in Glens Falls on Sunday and both Wasaren squads came away with defeats.
Lake George 55 Hoosick Falls 30
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Chris Becker 20 Mason Flatley 13 Luke Pelcher 10 Falls – Tristan Williams 15
Key Stat: Lake George held the Panthers to single digits in every frame while outscoring the Falls 30-14 in the second half, in posting their 44th straight victory over previously unbeaten Hoosick Falls. Just four Hoosick Falls players scored in the contest as the Panthers fell for the first time in 13 outings this season.
St. Johnsville 46 Hoosic Valley 35
Leading Scorers: St. Johnsville – Tyler Leon 20 Jack Brundage 11 Indians – Zach Ryan 14 Isaac Carlo 9
Key Stat: St. Johnsville shutout the Valley in the first period taking a 13-0 lead and nursed that cushion the rest of the way to the “W”.
HERE IS THE LINK TO THE ARCHIVED CALL OF THE CAMBRIDGE / MECHANICVILLE GIRLS BASKETBALL GAME.
Yesterday the Lady Indians of Cambridge visited the Red Raiders of Mechanicville for a Saturday matinee. Two of the premier squads from the Wasaren provided a great storyline, but similar to movies we’ve all seen, this one started fast, but it’s ending didn’t deliver.
Cambridge used a 25-7 advantage in the third period to break open a game that was close at the half, and post a 70-36 decision over the Raiders. Continue reading →
It was a full slate of action in the league Friday night as the regular season heads into it’s final two weeks of the year.
Cambridge 61 Spa Catholic 24
Leading Scorers: Indians – Lily Phillips 14 Fiona Mooney 14 Sophie Philips 12 Saints – Ashley Upson 5
Key Stat: Cambridge to a 21-3 first quarter lead and never looked back, drilling eight treys on the night in posting the easy victory over Spa Catholic. Continue reading →
HERS IS THE LINK TO THE ARCHIVED CALL OF THE TAMARAC / HOOSIC VALLEY BOYS BASKETBALL GAME.
A pair of non-league runs on Wednesday night saw the boys from Waterford roll over Heatly, while the Stillwater girls fell to Ichabod Crane.
Waterford 80 Heatly 48
Leading Scorers: Fordians – Bobby Valigorski 21/ 23 rebounds Michael Talavera 19 TJ Kelley 18 Heatly – D. Boodrow 16 D. Moore 12
Key Stat: The Fordians hung 53 points on the board in the first half, running out and away from Heatly, and with the “W”, running their season mark to 8-6.
Ichabod Crane 60 Stillwater 48
Leading Scorers: Riders – Madison Graham 24 Madison Kowalski 11 Audrey Duso 10 Warriors – Marley Mueller 23 Brooke Pickett 10
Key Stat: Stillwater held a 14-12 advantage after one, but the Riders won each of the last three quarters and slowly pulled away in notching the victory over the Warriors.
Congratulations to Mechanicville basketball player Josh Germaine on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
On Friday night in a game against Greenwich, Mechanicville trailed 59-57 with :04 remaining when Josh buried a triple from the top giving the Red Raiders the one point victory over the Witches.
It was Germaine’s fourth three pointer on a night where the junior guard scored 15 points.
Congratulations to Josh, this week’s Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
A handful of league squads took the floor in non-league runs on Tuesday night with the Bengals of Tamarac winning on both the girls and boys side.
Tamarac 54 Voorheesville 34
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Emily Erickson 22 Blackbirds – Olivia Barringer 21
Key Stat: A 22-8 final frame by Tamarac blew open a tight game, giving the Bengals the “W” in a contest where they connected on 19 of 29 free throws, while Voorheesville made just 1 of 7. Continue reading →
Hoosick Falls 54 Waterford 46
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Dimitri Rose 16 Max Kipp 15 Tristan Williams 11 Jon Kempf 10 Fordians – Mike Talavera 13 Bobby Valigorsky 10 Mike Castracani 10
Key Stat: With the game tied at 34 entering the final period, The Falls used a 20-12 fourth quarter advantage, including 9 of 10 from the foul line, to notch the win over Waterford. The Fordians led 22-19 at halftime and owned a six point cushion late in the third before the Panthers came back to post their 48th consecutive Wasaren win.
Greenwich 89 Corinth 51
Leading Scorers: Witches – John Walsh 17 Sam Howard 17 Carson Mosher 15 Alex Curtis 12 Jesse Kuzmich 12 Tomahawks – Isaac Melville 18 Colin Watkins 11
Key Stat: A 25-8 first period gave Greenwich control, as the Witches put five players in doubles, and cruise past Corinth for the non-league “W”.