Wasaren Hoops


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.


Greenwich 70  Corinth 33

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Molly Brophy 30         Marquita Gutasy 11        Tomahawks – A. Abbatantuono 13           Maddie Delisle 12

Key Stat:  Greenwich led by one at 10-9 after the first, but outscored Corinth 44-16 over the next two quarters to take control and coast to the win.


Cambridge 53  Berne-Knox 46

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Sophie Phillips 16      Lily Phillips 13        Ruth Nolan 11      Berne-Knox – Taylor Meacham 14      Reagan Smith 11

Key Stat:  Leading by one at 36-35 entering the fourth quarter, Cambridge used a 17-11 advantage over the final eight minutes to close things out.



Tamarac 64  New Lebanon 44

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Anthony Ciampolillo 17       Frank Zotto 17        New Lebanon – Cole Erickson 14        Clayton Erickson 13

Key Stat:  Tamarac built a 39-19 cushion at the half, connected on six triples, and saw eight players score in the comfortable win over New Lebanon.


Lake George 86  Cambridge 35

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Chris Becker 24        Mason Flatley 15        Connor Vidnansky 13         Alex Leonelli 10          Indians – Brian Hall 18

Key Stat:  A 32-7 first period gave the Warriors complete control in a game where 12 players scored for Lake George with four reaching doubles.


Mayfield 78  Saratoga Catholic 58

Leading Scorers:  Mayfield – Garrett Delaney 31        Trevon Gifford 25          Evan Lehr 12    Saints – Jordan Catone 20             Jake Welcome 12

Key Stat:  Mayfield put 32 on the board in the first, led 46-20 at the break and cruised to the victory over Spa Catholic.  The Saints drilled nine treys, and outscored Mayfield over the final three periods, but couldn’t recover from the first quarter onslaught.



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