Friday Night Buckets



Tamarac 45  Hoosick Falls 30

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Sarita Faraj 24          Emily Erickson 14        Panthers Logan Thayne 18

Key Stat:  The Bengal defense held the Falls to single numbers in each of the first three periods as they notch the win over the Panthers.


Greenwich 73  Saratoga Catholic 28

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Molly Brophy 22       Isabella Cary 12       Faith Hewitt 12      Maddy Brophy 11          Saints – Lauren Maher 9

Key Stat:  The Witches put 53 points on the board in the first half and cruised from there to the one-sided decision.


Cambridge 62  Berlin 9

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Lily Phillips 14         Sophie Phillips 13          McKayla McLenithan 13            Mountaineers – A. Hendricks 4

Key Stat: Just another day at the office for the Indians who put three in doubles and used a 26-2 first frame to set the tone in their easy road victory over the Mountaineers .


Mechanicville 49  Stillwater 45  (Thursday)

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Taylor Grayson          Warriors – Brooke Pickett 16      Molly Sheehan 12

Key Stat:  The Raiders connected on more free throws (17), than Stillwater attempted (12), and needed that advantage to post the narrow “W”.



Hoosick Falls 65  Tamarac 52

Leading Scorers:  Falls – Jon Kempf 22         Tristan Williams 19         Max Kipp 18   Bengals – Bo Catherwood 16               Anthony Ciampolillo 11

Key Stat:  In a game tied after three periods, the Falls used a 23-10 advantage over the final eight minutes to collect their 51st straight league victory and clinch the Hudson Division of the Wasaren.


Greenwich 82  Spa Catholic 57

Leading Scorers:  Witches – John Walsh 28       Sam Howard 16        Alex Curtis 13        Saints – Ryan McCarroll 12           Day 10

Key Stat:  The Witches bottomed 10 triples in the game and rolled out to a 47-17 lead at the half in posting the easy “W”.


Cambridge 57  Berlin 29

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Nick Murphy 20       Mountaineers – Malichi Ritter 13

Key Stat:  Another game that over early as the Indians jumped out to a 22-6 advantage after one and rode that cushion to the “double up” victory over Berlin.


Hoosic Valley 49  Waterford 36

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Zach Ryan 12         Isaac Carlo 11          Fordians – Bobby Valigorski 15        Michael Talavera 10

Key Stat:  Trailing 25-19 at the break, the Indians hold the high-scoring Fordians to 11 second half points, paving the way for the come-from-behind Valley victory.


Stillwater 59  Mechanicville 56 OT

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Scott Travis 21        Brian McNeil 13          Red Raiders – Anthony Attala 24        Luciano D’ambro 12

Key Stat:  Travis sent things into overtime, drilling a jumper as time expired, then hit the game-winner with :15 remaining in the extra session giving the Warriors the “W” on Senior Night in Stillwater.

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