Wednesday Night Hoops: Greenwich Girls, Valley Boys Stay Unbeaten

Tamarac 55   Waterford 32

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Kayla Beaudoin 13      Myanna Faraj 12         Fordians – Maddy Atwood 17

Key Stat:  The Bengals held a 7-0 advantage in made threes.

Take Away:  Tamarac won every quarter and methodically pulled away to the home victory.

 

Cambridge 66   Saratoga Catholic 27

Leading Scorers:  Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 21       Samantha Crandall 15      Megan Day 10         Saints – Madison Norton 13    Grace Schaefer 12

Key Stat:  Cambridge held the Saints to single numbers in every period.

Take Away:  Leading 28-18 at the break, Cambridge took control with a 22-3 third frame and cruised to the road win.

 

Mechanicville 50   Hoosick Falls 29

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Ella Zecca 14      Ali Kenyon 12       Sophia Tamasi 10       Panthers – MacKenna Roberson 16 

Key Stat:  Mechanicville outscored the Falls 31-11 over the middle two periods.

Take Away:  The Raiders put three players in doubles and held the Panthers to 16 points thru three periods in posting the home “W” on Wednesday.

 

Greenwich 75   Stillwater 27

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Adrianna Rojas 23  5 3’s      Norah Niesz 17      Brooke Kuzmich 13        Grace Autiello  9       Warriors – Miranda Price 19

Key Stat:  Greenwich used a 23-10 second frame to take control.

Take Away: Greenwich, the number 5 ranked Class C team in the state, won in signature style putting three players in doubles with a fourth scoring nine points while playing lockdown defense in moving to 8-0, 11-0 on the season.

 

Boys

Hoosic Valley 91   Mount Anthony 56

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Isaiah Eckler 36  6 3’s       Gabe Coffin 16      Chris Jones 12        Patriots – Carter Thompson 30  6 3’s

Key Stat:  Hoosic Valley outscore the Patriots 25-7 in the second quarter.

Take Away:  Hoosic Valley traveled to Vermont for the nonleague get-together with Mt. Anthony and the Indians took their offense with them bottoming nine triples and hanging 91 points on the board led by Eckler’s 36-point evening.  The number 3 ranked Class C team in the state moves to 5-0, 9-0 on the year and returns to action Friday night when they’ll entertain the Bengals from Tamarac.  

 

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