Holiday Hoops: Stillwater Runs Past Mohonasen

Stillwater 67   Mohonasen 55

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Jaxon Mueller 27      Lukas Lilac 16      Tom MacDonough 10           Mohon – Jacob Paulino 14         Karieam Brown 10        Andrew Batcher 10

Key Stat:  Stillwater worked their way to the line 26 times, converting 12, while Mohonasen made four trips to the stripe connecting twice.

Take Away:  The Warriors put three players in doubles and controlled the contest, winning the first three periods and carrying a 14-point cushion into the final frame before closing things out with the “W” over Class A Mohonasen.


Greenwich 72   Hartford 48

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Joe Skiff 19      Ryan Alling 16      Ryan Ingber 15            Tanagers – Ray Harrington 13        Austin Wells 13

Key Stat:  Greenwich took charge with a 17-4 first period.

Take Away:  Greenwich won every quarter, bottomed five triples, and had three players reach double figures in the comfortable nonleague win over Hartford.


Glens Falls 50   Hoosick Falls 29

Leading Scorers:  Indians – Kellen Driscoll 16       Alex Cygan 14          Panthers – Jake Sparks 13      Mat Kempf 11

Key Stat:  Glens Falls held the Panthers to single numbers in every period.

Take Away:  Glens Falls built a 25-15 halftime lead and rode a strong defensive effort to the win in the Glens Falls Holiday Tournament.


Saratoga Catholic 61   Warrensburg 48 

Leading Scorers:  Saints – Justin Duscher 20      Aidan Dunne 12           Burghers – Steve Schloss 20        Brady Cheney 11      Evan LaPell 10

Take Away:  Spa Catholic, behind a big night from Duscher, wins the championship of the 47th annual Saratoga Catholic Christmas Tournament.  



Scotia 56   Hoosick Falls 45

Leading Scorers:  Scotia – Karaline McCarthy 27      Keeley Kristel 16           Panthers – Mackenna Roberson 23

Key Stat:  Scotia opened with an 18-5 first period.

Take Away:  Scotia nursed the cushion they built in the first eight minutes, to the victory in the Kirvin Cup Tournament at Mohonasen.  The Falls connected six times from beyond the arc and outscored Scotia over the final three quarters of play. 

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