Wasaren Hoops

Hoosic Valley 73   Greenwich 67

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Logan Reilly 23    Lane Carner 15     Isaiah Eckler 12     Tyler Eddy 11     Isaac Wiley 10        Witches – Deontae Bennett 22     Joe Skiff 18     Jacob Ziehm 10

Key Stat:  Hoosic Valley was 19 of 27 from the free throw line while Greenwich connected on 9 of 12 from the stripe.

Take Away:  The Valley built a 46-28 advantage by halftime and rode that cushion to the “W”, in a run that saw five Valley players reach double figures.  


Mechanicville 64   Waterford 46

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Colin Richardson 16     Joey Devito 14     Cruz Goverski 13     Austin Rosowicz 15        Fordians – Harry Chapin 15 (5 3’s)      Derrick Pontore 10

Key Stat:  Mechanicville won every quarter.

Take Away:  The Raiders slowly pulled away in posting the road victory, placing four players in doubles, and improving to 13-1 on the year.


Tamarac 60   Hoosick Falls 51

Leading Scorers: Bengals – Joey Poulin 17     Zachary Rice 15     Patrick Mainello 12       Panthers – Jake Sparks 28

Key Stat:  Tamarac built a 35-25 lead by halftime, before an even second half of play.

Take Away:  Tamarac posts the home “W” and stays perfect in league play. 


Spa Catholic 52   Cambridge 33

Leading Scorers:  Saints – Robbie Bolen 21     Mark Hmura 10      Cambridge – Jackson Thomas 9

Key Stat:  The Saints held Cambridge to single numbers in each of the first three periods.

Take Away:  Leading 25-13 at the half, Spa Catholic sealed things with a 22-9 third frame.


Stillwater 73   Galway 56

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Jaxson Mueller 21     CJ McNeil 19     Thomas McDonough 10       Galway – Josh Lovelass 13     Zach Kenyon 12     Myles Pleasants 11     Casey Clarke 11

Key Stat:  Stillwater outscored Galway 49-26 after the break.

Take Away:  The Warriors trailed 30-24 at halftime but put 49 second-half points on the board to secure the road “W”.  



Emma Willard 47   Hoosick Falls 33

Leading Scorers:  Jesters – Audrey Shields 26 (4 3’s)     Panthers – Mackenna Roberson 12

Key Stat:  A 16-7 first period gave Emma Willard a lead they wouldn’t relinquish.

Take Away:  The Jesters led 32-22 at intermission and closed out the victory after a low-scoring second half.  


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