Friday Night Hoops

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Girls

Greenwich 65   Tamarac 43

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Molly Brophy 19        Adrianna Rojas 18        Tess Merrill 14    Bengals – Sarita Faraj 13        Jordyn Sorel 12

A 29-4 first period gave the Witches all the cushion they would need as Greenwich cruised to the one-sided decision over the Bengals.

 

Hoosick Falls 56   Spa Catholic 32

Leading Scorers:  Falls – Logan Thayne 32          Saints – Ashley Upson 9

Hoosick Falls outscored the Saints 28-7 over the middle two frames paving the way to the easy “W” over Spa Catholic.  Thayne’s 32 point effort including three hits from beyond the arc.

 

Hoosic Valley 49  Stillwater 42

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Sami Dickinson 21         Sam Lanoue 15 (5, 3’s)       Warriors – Marley Mueller 21        Molly Sheehan 15 (5, 3’s)

Stillwater held a 31-26 advantage heading into the final period but the Indians responded with a 23-11 fourth quarter to notch the come-from-behind victory over the Warriors.  Just three players scored for Stillwater in the game, with the Valley saw just four players tally points.

 

Cambridge forfeit win over Berlin/New Lebanon

 

Boys

Cambridge 64  Berlin/New Lebanon 30

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Jeffrey Burke 11         Nick Murphy 10         Brian Hall 10    Mountaineers – Dan Rouffe 6

Cambridge held the Mountaineers to single digits in each of the first three quarters in posting the easy road victory over Berlin/New Lebanon, improving to 3-1 in the Wasaren.

 

Hoosick Falls 81  Spa Catholic 58

Leading Scorers:  Falls – Jon Kempf  36        Tristan Williams 28         Dmitri Rose 10      Saints – Jordan Catone 19 (5,3’s)      Robbie Bolen 15 (5,3’s)        Ryan McCarroll 11

The Saints held a slim 20-18 lead after one, but the Panthers caught and passed their hosts in the second frame taking a 42-34 lead into the break.  A 19-6 third period gave the Falls complete control and the visitors closed things out for the road win in Saratoga.

The Saints ( 2-3, 7-6), drilled 13 3-pointers in the loss, while the Panthers (3-1, 11-2), put 81 points on the board with only four players reaching the scoring column.

 

Stillwater 45   Hoosic Valley 29

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Brian McNeil 16       CJ McNeil 11            Valley – Ethan Caiazza 8        Tyler Eddy 8

The Warriors hold the Valley under 30, allowing just eight points combined in the second and third periods as Stillwater with the win moves to 4-0 in league play.

 

Greenwich 54  Tamarac 51

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Jesse Kuzmich 22       Christian O’Brien 12          Bengals – Zachary Rice 18       Tristan Nemjo 12

The Witches needed a 15-8 fourth period to post the come-from-behind “W” over the Bengals.  The Witches held a 9-2 advantage from behind the arc in the road win.

 

Mechanicville 71  Waterford 56

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Josh Germain 20       Tyler Dion 14        Luciano D’Ambro 12         Devin Garland 12           Fordians – CJ Kelley 12           Dom Pontore 12

The Raiders trailed 15-13 after one but outscored Waterford 41-21 over the middle two periods and closed things out to run their mark to 4-0, 11-1 on the year.

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