Hoosick Falls 70 Galway 59
Leading Scorers: Falls – Jon Kempf 39 Tristan Williams 22 Galway – Carson Scribner 16 Thomas Villano 16
The Panthers built a 43-26 lead by halftime and went on to post the comfortable win over Galway in the Glens Falls Grandstanders Holiday Tournament. Kempf connected on four 3-pointers and combined with Williams to outscore Galway 61-59.
Cambridge 46 Corinth 36
Leading Scorers: Indians – Ben Epler 17 Brian Hall 16 Tomahawks – Dillon Dumas 11
In first round action in the Saratoga Catholic Christmas Tournament, Cambridge held the Tomahawks to single digits in each of the first three periods and led 33-20 heading to the final frame. Hall and Epler combined for 33 points and six triples for the Indians who will meet Bishop Maginn tonight in the championship game.
Bishop Maginn 90 Spa Catholic 69
Leading Scorers: Maginn – Ja’Nyve Smith 26 Jayden Williams 17 Q. Green 14 Massiah Gallown 12 Saints – Anthony Barile 17 Ryan McCarroll 15 Jordan Catone 13 Hayden Day 11
Both teams put four players in doubles and while Spa Catholic held a 9-4 advantage in made threes, Maginn scored 37 two-point goals to fuel the victory in the first round of the Spa Catholic Christmas Tournament.
Mechanicville 76 Cohoes 68
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Josh Germaine 26 Anthony Attalla 19 Devin Garland 17 Tigers – Jon LaSure 14 Ivan Grajac 13 Royal Brown 12 Troy Snyder 11
The Raiders dialed up 13 makes from behind the arc and used a 45-21 advantage over the middle two periods to post the win on the second night of the Stillwater Tournament.
Stillwater 71 Ft. Edward 41
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Brian McNeil 24 CJ McNeil 18 Ft. Edward – Brody Sullivan 21
The Warriors opened up a 40-22 lead at the break and cruised to the second round “W” in their holiday tourney.
Greenville 64 Tamarac 58
Leading Scorers: Greenville – Damien Fiducia 21 Joe Nicosia 15 James Mitchell 12 Bengals – Zachary Rice 15 Dalton Maxon 13
The Bengals led 33-30 at the half but Greenville used a 16-9 third period to take the lead and held on for the victory.
Cambridge 65 Hanover (N.H.) 58
Leading Scorers: Indians – Lily Phillips 23 Sophie Phillips 18 Hanover Maddie McCorkie 15 Willa Parkins 10
The Indians held a slim 40-36 lead at the break but used a 19-10 third to gain some breathing room on their way to the first round “W” in the Amsterdam Holiday Showcase. The Phillips twins combined for 41 points and six made threes, and Cambridge converted on 14 of 18 from the free throw line in the victory.
Hoosick Falls 59 Mohonasen 56
Leading Scorers: Falls – Maddy Walker 19 Logan Thayne 18 Sophie Estes 1o Mohon – Breanna Lott 24 Megan Hart 17
The Panthers put three players in doubles and notched the close win over Mohon in a game that was tight throughout.
Fort Edward 38 Stillwater 28
Leading Scorers: Ft. Edward – Thomas 11 Warriors – Marley Mueller 22
The Forts held Stillwater to single numbers in three of the four periods and outscored the Warriors 27-18 after the break to post the win in action at the Glens Falls Christmas Tournament.
Shaker 55 Mechanicville 31
Cobleskill 54 Tamarac 53