Boys Basketball: Bengals, Valley, Warriors Post Dominant W’s

Tamarac 90 Mechanicville 51

Leading Scorers: Bengals – Jack Casey 20 Mikey D’Agostino 15 5 3’s Joey Poulin 11 Tyler Sears 10 Red Raiders – Austin Rozowicz 14

Key Stat: Tamarac gained control with a 29-9 second quarter.

Take Away: The Bengals won every period, put four players in doubles with two more netting nine points, in rolling past the Raiders for the road win.

Hoosic Valley 96 Cambridge 41

Leading Scorers: Valley – Isiah Eckler 20 Logan Reilly 18 Chris Jones 14 Gabe Coffin 13 Cambridge – Travis Yurschak 15

Key Stat: The Valley started with a 26-8 first period.

Take Away: The Indians saw 10 players score, four hitting doubles digits, and had six different players bottom a triple in posting the one-sided decision at Cambridge.

Stillwater 58 Saratoga Catholic 25

Leading Scorers: Warriors – Lukas Lilac 19 Jaxon Mueller 14 Saints – Hunter Failes 9

Key Stat: Stillwater held the Saints to single numbers in every frame.

Take Away: Stillwater used a big defensive effort on the night and took control with a 24-point second period coasting to the road “W” over the Saints.

Mt. Anthony 77 Hoosick Falls 76

Leading Scorers: Sooketar 25 7 3’s Thompson 18 5 3’s Strutian 19 6 3’s Panthers – Jake Sparks 31 4 3’s Aiden Fleming 21 Mat Kempf 18 6 3’s

Key Stat: Mount Anthony connected 19 times from beyond the arc.

Take Away: In a close, long-range shootout where the two squads combined to drain 30, 3-pointers, the Patriots hit one of two free throws with six seconds left to take the lead. The Falls advanced the ball to midcourt and took a timeout with three seconds remaining, setting up two inside looks at the game-winner with neither one falling.

Waterford 48 Berlin/New Lebanon 36 No other info at this time

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