Saratoga Catholic 64 Corinth 41
Leading Scorers: Saints – Hayden Day 12 Anthony Barile 10 Robbie Bolen 10 Jordan Catone 10 Tomahawks – Watkins 12
The Saints placed four players in doubles and used a 25-2 second period to take control, on their way to posting the victory in the consolation game of the Spa Catholic Christmas Tournament.
Greenwich 64 Johnstown 56
Leading Scorers: Witches – Jesse Kuzmich 22 Adam Newell 15 Luke Pemrick 10 Alex Curtis 10 Sir Bills – Jay Hoyt 23 Keegan Feinaur 10 Abe Miller 10
The Witches used balanced scoring, four players in doubles, and a 32-19 advantage over the middle two quarters, to notch the win in the Fonda-Fultonville Holiday Classic.
Glens Falls 61 Hoosick Falls 52
Leading Scorers: Glens Falls – Noah Girard 24 David Barclay 18 Panthers – Jon Kempf 23 Tristan Williams 13 Max Kipp 11
The Panthers held a 15-9 lead after the first period, but Glens Falls outscored their guests 39-21 over the next two frames to gain control and earn the win in the Glens Falls Grandstanders Holiday Tournament title game.
Hoosic Valley 63 Lee 50
Leading Scorers: Indians – CJ Bassett 18 Logan Reilly 15 Tyler Eddy 11 Matt Rowe 10 Lee – Collin O’Brien 18
The Valley ran out to a 33-19 halftime advantage and rode that cushion to the “W” in first round action at the Maple Hill Holiday Tournament. The Indians drilled nine 3-pointers and four players reached double figures in the win.
Tamarac 57 Cairo-Durham 26
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Zachary Rice 17 Cairo-Durham – Ethan Handel 13
The Bengals held Cairo-Durham to single numbers in three of the four periods in posting their first win of the season.
Hoosic Valley 53 Watervliet 32
Leading Scorers: Indians – Sami Dickinson 23 Ashlyn Chartier 11 Emaleigh Peckham 9 Cannoneers – Morgan Tambolleo 13
The Valley held Watervliet to 19 points through three periods and posted the comfortable win over the Cannoneers.
Stillwater 51 Lake George 44
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Marley Mueller 18 Molly Sheehan 15 LG – Ava Pushor 25 Mikayla Duffy 12
Trailing 14-2 after the first quarter, the Warriors outscored Lake George in each of the final three frames to post the come-from-behind victory in the Glens Fall Holiday Tournament.
Niskayuna 84 Mechanicville 41
Leading Scorers: Nisky – Emma Souky 24 Olivia Olsen 23 Ivian Owens 10 Red Raiders – Charli Goverski 11 Lyndsey Robens 10
Niskayuna ran out to a 44-13 halftime lead and coasted to the victory over the Raiders.
Mekeel Christian 61 Hoosick Falls 32
Leading Scorers: MC – M. Mitchell 22 Avery Mills 16 Panthers – Logan Thayne 19
With the game tied 15-15 after the first eight minutes, Mekeel held the Falls to single digits in each of the final three periods to post the convincing win over the Panthers.