There was a full slate of action in the Wasaren Friday night as the league schedule enters it’s stretch run.
Cambridge 61 Hoosic Valley 45
Leading Scorers: Cambridge – Sophie Phillips 22 Lily Phillips 20 Valley – Alex Rifenburg 14 Renee Serafin 11
Key Stat: Cambridge took control early running out to a 21-9 lead at the quarter, and extended their advantage to 40-16 at the break. The Cambridge defense turned Hoosic Valley over time and again, which resulted in numerous transition buckets for the Indians.
Mechanicville 75 Greenwich 51
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Charli Goverski 18 AJ Joseph 14 Amy DiSiena 13 Taylor Grayson 12 Witches – Molly Trophy 18 Marquita Gutasy 10 Kylee Massee 10
Key Stat: Greenwich held a 21-20 lead after one, but the Raiders outscored the Witches 40-21 over the next two frames to gain control and post the “W”.
Saratoga Catholic 41 Berlin 14
Leading Scorers: Saints – Ashley Upson 13 Mountaineers – Ariana Henricks 4
Key Stat: The Saints used a 28-6 second half to break open a close game and post the comfortable win over Berlin.
Mt. Anthony 47 Hoosick Falls 34
Leading Scorers: Patriots – G. Maher 23 Panthers – Logan Thayne 18
Key Stat: The Patriots defense held the Falls to just 18% shooting from the floor including a 3 of 27 night from behind the arc, as Mount Anthony earned the nonleague decision over the Panthers.
Mechanicville 60 Greenwich 59
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Anthony Attala 19 Josh Germaine 15 Luciano D’Ambro 13 Witches – Carson Mosher 20 John Walsh 17
Key Stat: Germaine bottomed a triple from the top with :04 remaining lifting the Raiders to the one point decision over Greenwich. A wing three by Walsh with :17 left had given the Witches a two-point lead setting up Germain’s game-winner.
Hoosic Valley 46 Cambridge 38
Leading Scorers: Valley – Isaac Carlo 11 Derek Eddy 11 Indians – Brian Hall 12
Key Stat: Trailing 8-5 after the first period and 19-18 at the half, the Valley used a decisive 13-5 third period to gain the lead, paving the way to the victory over Cambridge.
Tamarac 53 Stillwater 43
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Frank Zotto 14 Bo Catherwood 12 Jacob DeFreest 11 Warriors – Brian McNeil 18 Josh Luca 13
Key Stat: In a close game throughout Tamarac rode a 19-12 fourth quarter to the “W” over the Warriors.
Saratoga Catholic 59 Berlin 42
Leading Scorers: Saints – Jordan Catone 12 Nick Condry 12 Mountaineers – Cody Hunt 12 Malachi Ritter 11
Key Stat: The Saints built a 49-28 advantage over the first three periods and coasted to the easy win over Berlin.