Cambridge 46 Waterford 27
Leading Scorers: Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 14 Tristan Crandall 10 Alexis Austin 8, 14 rebounds Fordians – Rachel McOmber 10
Key Stat: Cambridge outscored the Fordians 35-13 over the middle two frames.
Take Away: On senior night in Cambridge their trio of seniors, Nolan, Crandall and Austin, led the way in the win at home over Waterford.
Hoosick Falls 59 Spa Catholic 34
Leading Scorers: Falls – Jaedyn Roberson 22 Tatum Hickey 11 Saints – Grace Shaefer 8
Key Stat: The Panthers jumped out to a 12-2 lead after the first period.
Take Away: The Falls won every quarter in notching the comfortable road win.
Emma Willard 59 Stillwater 38
Leading Scorers: Jespers – Audrey Shields 16 Aishan Raj 16 Margarette Howland 10 Warriors – Miranda Price 21 3 3’s
Key Stat: The Jespers led 18-6 after one.
Take Away: Emma Willard built an early lead, but the two teams played evenly over quarters two and three, before the Jespers close things out with a 17-5 fourth period to earn the home victory.
Mechanicville 56 Hoosic Valley 20
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Tanner Eiseman 14 Ali Kenyon 11 Valley – Lainey Bochette 5 Megan Rice 5
Key Stat: Mechanicville took control with a 22-2 first frame.
Take Away: The Raiders used the opening quarter cushion to cruise to the road “W” in Schaghticoke.
Greenwich 52 Tamarac 36
Leading Scorers: Witches – Norah Niesz 14 Grace Autiello 14 3 3’s Bengals – Kayla Beaudoin 10
Key Stat: Trailing 12-7 after the first, Greenwich outscored Tamarac 31-17 over the next two periods.
Take Away: In a low scoring affair between the top two squads in the Wasaren, Greenwich, after trailing early, slowly pulled away for the home “W” to remain undefeated on the season.
Hoosic Valley 56 Mechanicville 46
Leading Scorers: Valley Tyler Eddy 23 6 3’s Chris Jones 14 Isaiah Eckler 13 Red Raiders – Fen Egan 11 Tyler Eiseman 11
Key Stat: The Valley outscored Mechanicville 16-4 in the final period.
Take Away: The visitors from Mechanicville led 42-40 with eight minutes to play, but the Indians rallied with a big fourth quarter to notch the victory in Schaghticoke.
Spa Catholic 43 Hoosick Falls 41
Leading Scorers: Saints – Ronan Rowe 15 Panthers – Jake Sparks 11 Aiden Fleming 10
Key Stat: The Saints held a 9-5 advantage in made threes.
Take Away: Trailing 32-31 heading to the fourth Spa Catholic did just enough over the final frame to post the road “W”.
Tamarac won the first quarter against Greenwich 12-7