Friday Night Hoops

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Boys

Waterford 58  Hoosic Valley 54

Leading Scorers:  Fordians – Evan Fairclough 14      Michael Talavera 14        Bobby Valogorski 11       Mike Castracani 10        Indians – Matt Rowe 15       Derek Eddy 14      Jacob White 10

Key Stat:  The Fordians led 19-8 after the first and held off the Indians the rest of the way to post the “W”.

 

Cambridge 65  Berlin 32

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Nick Murphy 18       Matthew Romack 15       Jeffrey Burke 13      Brian Hall 19        Mountaineers – Malachi Ritter 9

Key Stat:  The Indians ran out to a 34-15 lead at the break in notching the easy victory over Berlin.

 

Hoosick Falls 67  Greenwich 45

Leading Scorers:  Falls – Jon Kempf 25       Brennan Andrew 16      Tristan Williams 13        Witches – Carson Mosher 13

Key Stat:  The Panthers, leading 38-32 after three quarters, scored 29 points over the final eight minutes to earn the road win over Greenwich.

 

Stillwater 46  Saratoga Catholic 35

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Grant Baker 13      James Galarneau 11       Brian McNeil 10    Saints – Nick Condry 9

Key Stat:  With the two squads tied entering the final frame, the Warriors used a 12-3 fourth to secure the “W”.

 

Tamarac 70  Mechanicville 63

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Jacob DeFreest 17       Frank Zotto 13         Bo Catherwood 13     Dalton Maxon 11       Anthony Ciampolillo 11        Red Raiders – Devin Garland 20     Nick Billert 13        Luciano D’Ambro 12       Josh Germaine 12

Key Stat:  The Bengals built an 18-11 advantage after one and nursed that cushion to the win in a close game throughout that saw the Raiders put four players in doubles, while Tamarac had five players score 10 points or more.

 

Girls

Hoosick Falls 55  Greenwich 38

Leading Scorers:  Falls – Logan Thayne 26        Witches – Molly Brophy 11

Key Stat:  Thayne goes for 26 and 18 while the Panther “D” holds Greenwich under 40 points limiting the Witches to 1 of 15 from behind the arc.

 

Cambridge 73  Berlin 9

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Sophie Phillips 16       Ruth Nolan 11       Lily Phillips 10

Key Stat:  A 27-0 first period set the tone as Cambridge cruises to the one-sided victory over the Mountaineers.

 

Tamarac 58  Mechanicville 56

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Emily Erickson 22        Syrita Faraj 18        Lizzie Machnick 10   Red Raiders – Amy DiSiena 20        Charli Goverski 17

Key Stat:  In a close game throughout the Bengals held Mechanicville to just one bucket over the final 3:00 to claim the well-earned “W”.

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