Hoosic Valley 48 Hoosick Falls 40
Leading Scorers: Indians – Sam Lanoue 13 Ashlyn Chartier 12 Panthers – Logan Thayne 24 Maddie Walker 11
The Valley held a 29-16 lead at the half and rode that cushion after the break to the victory. The Indians held the Falls to single numbers in the first and second periods and allowed just three Panthers to score on the night.
Mechanicville 59 Greenwich 37
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Charli Goverski 24 Amy DiSiena 15 Witches – Adrianna Rojas 15
The Raiders won every quarter and used a 29-13 second half to pull away from the visiting Greenwich squad.
Cambridge 73 Spa Catholic 28
Leading Scorers: Indians – Sophie Phillips 19 (5,3’s) Fiona Mooney 11 McKayla McLenithan 10 Saints – Lauren Mahar 8 Megan Connell 8
Cambridge used a 28-5 first frame to put this one away early, in a game where the Indians connected on 12 triples and put nine players in the scoring column.
Mechanicville 75 Greenwich 65 OT
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Josh Germain 26 (6,3’s) Tyler Dion 12 Luciano D’Ambro 10 Witches – Jesse Kuzmich 33 (5,3’s) Alex Curtis 11
The Raiders outscored their hosts 12-2 in the extra session to post the win. Greenwich won the three ball game with 11-7 advantage from beyond the arc, but Mechanicville converted on 12 of 18 from the free throw line while the Witches were just 6 of 8.
Cambridge 58 Spa Catholic 45
Leading Scorers: Indians – Ben Epler 15 (5,3’s) Nick Murphy 13 Saints – Ryan McCarroll 13 Hayden Day 12 Jordan Catone 11 Anthony Barile 10
Cambridge built a 38-21 lead by halftime, and despite the Saints putting four players in doubles, the Indians closed things out after the break, posting the home “W. Cambridge bottomed eight triples in the contest with all of Epler’s 15 points coming from beyond the arc.
Waterford 72 Tamarac 60
Leading Scorers: Fordians – Michael Talavera 26 CJ Kelley 23 J Panetta 10 Bengals – Miles Ednie 16 Dalton Maxon 14 Joey Poulin 13
Waterford held a 52-47 lead entering the final eight minutes, but pulled away in the fourth, to earn the home victory over the Bengals. The Fordians held a 20 point advantage from the free throw line connecting on 23 of 30 from the stripe while Tamarac was limited to nine attempts, converting on three.
Stillwater 64 Berlin/New Lebanon 19
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Grant Baker 17 Brian McNeil 11 Mountaineers – Shawn Pawlows
The Warriors held Berlin/New Lebanon to five points or less in every quarter in posting the one-sided decision over the Mountaineers.