Basketball Results from Season Finales

Girls

Cambridge 57 Greenwich 38

Leading Scorers: Indians – Lilly Phillips 20 Sophie Phillips 13 Stasia Epler 13 Witches – Molly Brophy 15 Norah Niesz 12

Greenwich held a 20-18 lead heading into the break but Cambridge used a dominant 27-6 third period to take control on their way to the victory, finishing their season with a perfect 9-0 mark. Greenwich completes their year with an 8-3 record with all three losses coming against Cambridge.

South High 60 Stillwater 33

Leading Scorers: S.H. – Hannah Breen 15 Sydney Hart 14 Warriors – Molly Sheehan 17

South High held Stillwater to 19 points thru three quarters of play, and posted the comfortable win over the Warriors to finish the year with a perfect 12-0 mark. Stillwater enjoyed a fine season as well ending with an 8-3 record.

Boys

Mechanicville 61 Schuylerville 53

Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Devin Garland ( 4 3’s) Luciano D’Ambro 16 Black Horses – Cayden Rutland 15 Owen Sherman 11

Mechanicville led 44-40 going to the final frame and closed things out over the final eight minutes to post the home “W” and finish the season at a sterling 13-1.

Fort Plain 65 Tamarac 57

Leading Scorers: F.P. – Robert Jordan 23 Austin Van Gorder 14 Levi Thomas 13 T. Nemecek 10 Bengals – Zachary Rice 28

In a close game throughout , Fort Plain used a decisive 23-17 fourth period to notch the win over the visitors from Tamarac. The Bengals finish a fine late winter campaign with a 9-3 mark.

South High 62 Stillwater 52

Leading Scorers: S.H. – Woodard 21 VanWagenen 10 Warriors – Lukas Lilac 12 Grant Baker 10

South High jumped out to a 22-6 advantage after the first, and rode that cushion to the home victory over the Warriors from Stillwater.

Greenwich 59 Cambridge 37

Leading Scorers: Witches – Jacob Ziehm 18 Jesse Kuzmich 11 Andrew Conlin 10 Indians – Owen Foyle 12 Jeff Burke 10

Greenwich built a 26-11 lead by halftime and coasted to home win in the season finale for both squads.

Waterford 80 Corinth 33

Leading Scorers: Fordians – TJ Kelley 33 ( 4 3’s) Jake Houle 15 Gavin Bodah 10 Dominick Pontore 10 Tomahawks – Zach Guilder 12

The Fordians won every quarter in posting the one-sided decision over the Tomahawks in Corinth on Saturday. Waterford finishes their season with a excellent 9-3 mark.

Saratoga Catholic 61 Galway 54

Leading Scorers: Saints – Hayden Day 22 Robbie Bolen 21 Galway – Shader 21 ( 5 3’s) Broudreau 12

The Saints held a 45-41 lead heading into the final frame and held on for the win at Galway. The Saints played a big schedule in the abbreviated season competing in 17 runs, and finishing with an 8-9 record.

Hoosic Valley 50 Hoosick Falls 27

Leading Scorers: Valley – Isaiah Eckler 18 ( 4 3’s) Logan Reilly 14 ( 3 3’s) Panthers – Josh Colgrove 9

The Valley outscored the Panthers 30-13 after the break in capturing the season ending victory in Schaghticoke n Saturday. The Indians drilled nine triples in the win and wrap up a solid season at 8-5.

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