Friday Night Buckets

Girls

Mechanicville 82 Waterford 13

Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Jill Germain 17 Hailey Phelps 14 Amy DiSiena 10 Fordians – Meghan Paul 5

The Raiders put three players in doubles with nine Raiders scoring four points or more in the one-sided decision over the Fordians in Mechanicville Friday night. With the win the Raiders move to 9-1 on the year.

Stillwater 52 Galway 44

Leading Scorers: Warriors – Marley Mueller 19 Molly Sheehan 12 Jayce Williams -11 Galway – Stephanie Martin 17 Morgan Drouin 12

Stillwater built a 42-30 advantage through three periods and closed things out over the final eight minutes to post the road win over Galway.

Boys

Schuylerville 51 Spa Catholic 40

Leading Scorers: Black Horses – Cayden Rutland 19 Owen Sherman 11 Ryan Dow 11 Saints – Hayden Day 19

Schuylerville outscored Spa Catholic 30-19 over the middle two periods, and held the Saints attack to just 40 points in posting the win Friday night in Schuylerville.

Hudson Falls 55 Hoosick Falls 37

Leading Scorers: Tigers – Peyton Smith 15 Ben Swartz 14 Isaac Kwasniewski 14 Panthers – Jake Sparks 12

The Tigers trailed 15-12 after the first period but won each of the final three frames to notch the road “W” over Hoosick Falls.

Hoosic Valley 48 Maple Hill 39

Leading Scorers: Valley – Tyler Eddy 17 ( 3 3’s ) Logan Reilly 13 Maple Hill – Blake Decker 9

The Valley outscored the Wildcats 26-18 after the break and held Maple Hill to 39 points on the night, in earning the road victory. With the “W” Hoosic Valley improves to 5-4 on the season.

Mechanicville 73 Waterford 57

Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Colin Richardson 16 ( 4 3’s) Devin Garland 15 ( 3 3’s) Luciano D’Ambro 13 Fordians – TJ Kelley 23 Jake Houle 11 Howard Phelan 11

The Raiders won every period in posting the comfortable road win over the Fordains Friday night. Mechanicville placed three players in doubles and drilled nine triples in running their season mark to 9-1 with the victory.

Stillwater 63 Galway 39

Leading Scorers: Warriors – Jacob Zecca 15 Tyler Paffen 13 Galway – Henry Flint 17

The Warriors used a 21-4 second period to take control, and coasted through the second half to the convincing win over Galway, in a game that saw 10 Stillwater players score.

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