Friday Night Hoops

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Girls

Cambridge 47  Hoosick Falls 39

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Sophie Phillips 22 (5 3’s)      Lily Phillips 11       Panthers – Logan Thayne 15

In a close game throughout the Indians defense kept the Panthers in the 30’s while Phillips twins combined for 33 points themselves in notching the “W” in a battle of undefeated squads.

 

Greenwich 59  Hoosic Valley 47

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Molly Brophy 29         Valley – Ashlyn Chartier 13        Sam Lanoue 11

Greenwich led 12-7 after one, and closed with a 15-10 fourth period to get past the Indians in Schaghticoke.  Brophy’s 29 was fueled by four triples, and 7 of 10 from the free throw line.

 

Tamarac 70  Saratoga Catholic 40

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Sarita Faraj 29        Kate Machnick 18     Jordyn Sorel 12        Saints – Katie Cronin 13

The Bengals hung 25 on the board in the first period and from there cruised to their first win of the season.

 

Boys

Waterford 52  Stillwater 51

Leading Scorers:  Fordians – TJ Kelley 17      Mike Talavera 10         Warriors – James Galarneau 17      CJ McNeil 10       Brian McNeil 10

Talavera hit the game-winner with :02 remaining, lifting the Fordians to the victory, their 5th in as many outings.

 

Hoosic Valley 55  Greenwich 44

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Logan Reilly 25     CJ Bassett 15 (3 3’s)         Witches – Jesse Kuzmich 14

The Valley outscored Greenwich 50-33 over the final three quarters and used a 22-29 effort from the free throw line, including 10-15 by Reilly, to secure the “W”.

 

Mechanicville 76  Berlin/New Lebanon 12

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Josh Germain 13       Jake Bessette 10

The Raiders scored 25 points in the first while pitching a shutout defensively, and finished the night with 14 players in the scoring column led by Germain and Bessette.

 

Saratoga Catholic 71  Tamarac 67

Leading Scorers:  Saints – Jordan Catone 21 (5 3’s)     Ryan McCarroll 25      Robbie Bolen 12      Bengals – Dalton Maxon 29

In a back and forth contest that the was tied entering the final frame, the Saints used a 20-16 advantage in the fourth to post the victory over the Warriors. Spa Catholic shot well from both lines, knocking back nine triples while connecting on 24 of 28 from the charity stripe.

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