Saturday Basketball Roundup

Boys

Hoosic Valley 63 Catholic Central 62 OT

Leading Scorers: Valley – Logan Reilly 18 Mark Rowe 12 Crusaders – Matfield 16 Riley 10

Jeff Finkle scored a lay-up with :16 left in overtime to give the Valley the come-from-behind “W”.

Schuylerville 52 Waterford 51

Leading Scorers: Black Horses – Owen Sherman 18 Cayden Rutland 14 Fordians – Gavin Bodah 18 TJ Kelley 14 Jake Houle 12

In a close game throughout Schuylerville ran out to a 20-8 lead after one and used that cushion to hold of Waterford and post the narrow victory at home.

Stillwater 54 Corinth 24

Leading Scorers: Warriors – Lukas Lilac 12 Grant Baker 12 Tomahawks – Nick Sorbera 10

The Warriors held Corinth to single numbers in each of the first three periods and used a an 18-2 advantage in the third frame to take total control on their way to the one-sided decision over the Tomahawks.

Greenwich 60 Cambridge 42

Leading Scorers: Witches – Jesse Kuzmich 28 Andrew Conlin 14 Jacob Ziehm 10 Indians – Owen Foyle 18 Dillan Hughes 11

Greenwich jumped out to an 18-7 lead after the first period and continued to pull away from the Indians on Saturday in Cambridge. Kuzmich drilled four triples, part of his game-high 28 points to lead the Witches.

Girls

Cambridge 64 Greenwich 54

Leading Scorers: Sophie Phillips 28 Lilly Phillips 19 Stasia Epler 16 Witches – Molly Brophy 17 Adrianna Rojas 12 Norah Niesz 12

In a good competitive run where the teams combined for 15 made threes, Cambridge extended a six-point halftime advantage with a 15-8 third quarter and held off Greenwich to post the road win.

Albany Academy 58 Hoosick Falls 35

Leading Scorers: Academy – Mellena Otatti 14 Erin Huban 14 Falls – Olivia Estes 16

Academy led 20-16 after the first but held the Panthers scoreless in the second frame to take control. on their way to the road victory.

Mechanicville 62 Spa Catholic 33

Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Chloe Goverski 17 Amy DiSiena 13 Sara Fitzgerald 10 Saints – Ryleigh Dempsey 14

The Raiders won every quarter to complete the weekend sweep of Saratoga Catholic, and move to 7-1 on the season.

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