Wasaren Hoops

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Girls

Greenwich 50  Hoosic Valley 48

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Adrianna Rojas 25          Indians – Sam Lanoue 18

With the score tied at 34 -34 entering the fourth period the Witches won the final eight minutes to claim the home victory over the Valley.

 

Cambridge 68  Berne-Knox 36

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Fiona Mooney 15        Lilly Phillips 14        Sophie Phillips 13     Knox – Alexis Wright 19

Cambridge outscored their hosts 39-12 over the middle two frames and coasted to the easy “W” in game that saw the Indians drill 12 triples and put nine players in the scoring column.

 

Hoosick Falls 72  Mt. Anthony 53

Leading Scorers:  Panthers – Logan Thayne 41            Patriots – Grace Maher 30

A 20-3 first period gave the Panthers control, and Thayne posts her second straight 40 point effort.

 

Boys

Stillwater 71   Waterford 56

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Brian McNeil 23       Josh Luca 19        CJ McNeil 14        James Galarneau 10               Fordians – TJ Kelley 20        Jake Houle 12

The Warriors used a 41-27 advantage after the break and put four players in doubles in notching the home win.

 

Hoosick Falls 66 Mt. Anthony 45

Leading Scorers:  Panthers – Tristan Williams 25         Jon Kempf 19        Max Kipp 13        Patriots – Braeden Billert 12         Quintin McIntire 11

The Falls won each of the first three periods building a 54-32 lead heading to the final frame where they closed things out, securing the non-league win over the Patriots from Vermont.

 

Hoosic Valley 75  Maple Hill 74

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Logan Reilly 24        CJ Bassett 18        Tyler Eddy 15       Wildcats – Rian Jewett 26      Dom Hirshoff 20      Blake Decker 20

The Valley bottomed 13 triples and needed every one to post the non-league “W” over the Wildcats of Maple Hill.

 

Ft. Plain 61   Cambridge 46

Leading Scorers:  Ft. Plain – Troy Butler 16       Ethan Reese 12       Indians – Brian Hall 16    Ben Epler 11

Ft. Plain broke open a close game at the half, with a 21-4 third period on their way to the victory over the Indians.  Fort Plain enjoyed a big advantage from the free throw line converting on 18 of 30, while Cambridge was just one of four in the contest.

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