Wednesday Night Buckets; Raiders, Valley Notch “W’s”

Mechanicville 48   Voorheesville 46

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Colin Richardson 14     Joey Devito 12     Cruz Goverski 10      Blackbirds – Carson Carrow 17     Bryce Jones 12

Key Stat: The Raiders outscored Voorheesville 19-6 in the final period.

Take Away:  Mechanicville trailed 40-29 heading to the fourth frame, but owned the final eight minutes, locking down defensively, and finishing offensively using three triples, a pair by Goverski, and the game-winner by Devito with :10 remaining, to earn the come-from-behind “W”.  With the win the Raiders go to 11-1 on the season.  

 

Hoosic Valley 93   Berlin/New Lebanon 37

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Isaiah Eckler 28 (6 3’s)     Logan Reilly 18     Tyler Eddy 18     Lane Carner 16    Mountaineers – Chris Shorter 15

Key Stat:  Hoosic Valley hung 40 points on the board in the third quarter.

Take Away:  Leading 28-17 at the half, the Valley exploded in the third, led by Eddy who tallied 16 points in the frame, with Eckler adding 10 points in the eight-minute onslaught, as the Schaghticoke squad moves to 10-5 with the win.  

 

Greenwich 65   Hadley-Luzerne 43

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Jesse Kuzmich 22    Jacob Ziehm 13       Luzerne – Foley 14    Ellis 12    Mattison 10

Key Stat:  Greenwich outscored their guests 37-22 after the break.

Take Away:  The Witches bottomed six threes and put eight players in the scoring column to post the home victory and improve to 9-4 on the year.

 

Mechanicville 48   Catskill 38

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Hailey Phelps 12    Allie Kenyon 12       Cats- Janay Brantley 25

Key Stat:  The Raiders held a 13-6 advantage in made free throws. 

Take Away:  In a game tied at the half, Mechanicville won each of the final two quarters to notch the road win, their 11th in 12 outings on the year.    

 

Whitehall 44   Stillwater 16

Leading Scorers:  Railroaders – Samantha Howland 16     Warriors – Riley O’Brien 5

Key Stat:  Whitehall held the Warriors to 5 points thru three periods.

Take Away:  Whitehall opened with a 21-0 first quarter and cruised from there. 

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