Stillwater Tops Greenwich; Moves to CC Finals

Stillwater 61   Greenwich 50

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Jaxon Mueller 30       Lukas Lilac 11           Witches – Jacob Ziehm 20 4 3’s        Joe Skiff 16

Key Stat:  Stillwater connected on 23 of 30 from the foul line while Greenwich converted 9 of 12 attempts.

Take Away:  Greenwich trailed 32-23 at the half but used a 15-9 advantage in the third frame to trim the deficit to just three points at 41-38 entering the fourth.  Less than one minute in Greenwich center Ryan Alling fouled out paving the way for a dominant, 12-point period from Stillwater’s Mueller, as the Warriors closed things out, securing the Class CC semifinal victory.  Mueller finished the game with 12 made free throws, as many as Greenwich attempted on the night.  Stillwater advances to the finals on Friday where the top-seeded Warriors will face Chatham the Cool Insuring Arena in a 6:45 run.  

Hoosic Valley Moves On, Saints Fall

Hoosic Valley 82   Schoharie 43

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Chris Jones 16       Isaiah Eckler 14       Lane Carner 12       Isaac Wiley 11        Logan Reilly 10         Schoharie – Matt Bernhardt 23 

Key Stat:  Hoosic Valley ran out to a 26-6 lead after the first eight minutes.  

Take Away:  The Indians led 39-20 at the break and put things away with a 23-9 third frame, earning the one-sided quarterfinal victory in Class C. Five Indians went for doubles in scoring and while 10 Indians in all found the scoring column.  


Warrensburg 39   Spa Catholic 33 

Leading Scorers:  Burgers – Steve schloss 21 3 3’s               Saints – Aiden Dunne 12     

Key Stat:  Warrensburg held the Saints to five points in each of the first two quarters.

Take Away:  The #6 Burghers built a 19-10 halftime lead and held off the Saints after the break to post the Class C quarterfinal win.  Warrensburg moved onto the semifinal round and a Monday get together with #2 Hoosic Valley at the Cool Insuring Arena on Tuesday at 8 p.m.



Tamarac Advances to the Semi’s

Tamarac 83   Schuylerville 58

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Joey Poulin 23         Mikey D’Agostino 23 3 3’s          James Blake II 22  9 assists 8 rebounds          Black Horses – Luke Sherman 22 5 3’s   

Key Stat:  Tamarac converted 28 of 36 free throws while Schuylerville was 13 of 18 from the stripe.  

Take Away:  Tamarac led 39-34 at the break but outscored the Black Horses 44-24 in the second half, pulling away for the quarterfinal victory in Class B.  The Bengals placed three players in doubles and shot 78% from the free throw line.  With the win the second-seeded Bengals advance to the semifinal round, facing #3 Glens Falls on Tuesday night in a 5:00 tip, at the Cool Insuring Arena.  

Sectional Results: Witches and Warriors Advance

Greenwich 57   Hoosick Falls 53

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Jacob Ziehm 17        Joe Skiff 16 3 3’s            Panthers – Jake Sparks 34 3 3’s        Aiden Fleming 10

Key Stat:  The Witches outscored the Falls 20-10 in the final frame.

Take Away: Greenwich trailed 43-37 entering the final period, but used a big fourth quarter to post the comeback “W” in the quarterfinal round in Class CC.  The Witches will face Stillwater in the CC semis on Monday at 6:30 at the Cool Insuring Arena.  


Stillwater 72   Lake George 55

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Jaxon Mueller 36        Thomas McDonough 15        Lukas Lilac 10           Warriors – Angelo Bergman  10

Key Stat:  Stillwater connected on 18 of 27 from the free throw line while Lake Goerge converted 6 of 10.

Take Away: The Warriors put three in doubles and used a strong interior game and clutch foul shooting to post the quarterfinal win in Class CC.  Stillwater moves on to the semi’s and a matchup with Greenwich on Monday in Glens Falls ay 6:30.


Greenwich 59   Voorheesville 36

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Norah Niesz 20 5 3’s        Brooke Kuzmich 15        Grace Autiello 12               Blackbirds – Mia Carmody 10

Key Stat:  Greenwich used an 18-6 third period to take control.

Take Away:  The Witches put thee in doubles and held Voorheesville in the 30’s, notching the comfortable semifinal win in Class CC.  Greenwich advances to the title game on Tuesday at HVCC, facing Corinth in a 7:30 tip.


Duanesburg 51   Cambridge 27

Leading Scorers:  Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 18

Key Stat:  Duanesburg held Cambridge to single numbers in three of the four periods.

Take Away:  Duanesburg uses a strong defensive effort to post the win in the Class C semifinal.  





Bengals, Saints Fall in Quarterfinals

Catskill 47   Tamarac 22

Leading Scorers:  Cats – Janay Brantley 21        Alessia Salierno 12        Ava Edmond 10          Bengals – Abbie Yetto 8

Take Away:  The #2 Cats put three players in doubles and notched their 21 win without a loss in the Class B quarterfinals.  Catskill advances to face #3 Ichabod Crane in the semi’s on Saturday in Averill Park.


Northville 64   Spa Catholic 26

Leading Scorers:  Falcons – Haily Monroe 17        Hannah Hoffman 15         Keira Mackey 10              Saints – Addison Whitbeck 18

Take Away:  Northville put three players in doubles, bottomed 11 triples and rolled to the Class D quarterfinal “W” over the Saints.  Northville moves to the semifinal round on Saturday in Averill Park, facing #2 Notre Dame Bishop Gibbons.  

Tuesday Night Sectional Roundup


Greenwich 92   Granville 17

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Adrianna Rojas 25        Brooke Kuzmich 19        Norah Niesz 16             Golden Horde – Lilly Strout 7

Key Stat:  The Witches jumped out to a 28-5 lead after the first.

Take Away:  Greenwich puts three in doubles and cruises in their Class CC quarterfinal on a night where Adrianna Rojas joins the 1000 career points club.  Next up for top-seeded Greenwich is a semifinal run with #5 Voorheesville on Friday night at 8:30 in Averill Park.


Cambridge 62   Hadley Luzerne 42

Leading Scorers:  Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 15       Samantha Crandall 15       Tristann Crandall 12        Nicole LaFountain 12     Hadley Luzerne – Jordana Kenny 21        Mackenzie Madlonka 12

Key Stat:  Cambridge outscored the Eagles 39-17 after the break.

Take Away:  Trailing 25-23 at the half, Cambridge took the lead with a 17-6 third frame and closed things out with a dominant fourth period to notch the Class C quarterfinal “W”.  Cambridge advances to play #1 Duanesburg in the semi’s on Friday at 5:30 in Averill Park.


Duanesburg 67   Waterford 37

Leading Scorers:  Duanesburg – Alison O’Hanlon 25 3 3’s       Alex Moses 22 3 3’s      Hannah Mulhern 14           Fordians – Maddy Atwood 17

Key Stat:  Duanesburg held a 7-2 advantage in made threes.

Take Away:  The top-seeded Eagles built a 44-13 halftime lead and cruised to the quarterfinal victory in Class C.  Duanesburg will take on #4 Cambridge in a semifinal matchup on Friday at 5:30 in Averill Park.  


Whitehall 53   Hoosic Valley 30

Leading Scorers:  Railroaders – Madison Gould 17      Samantha Howland 16             Valley – Jacquelyn Carlo 14

Key Stat:  Whitehall held the Indians to 11 first half points.

Take Away:  Whitehall took control with a strong first half and secured the quarterfinal win in Class C.  The Railroaders move on the face Warrensburg in the semi’s on Friday at Averill Park at 4 p.m.


Corinth 65   Hoosick Falls 20

Leading Scorers:  Tomahawks – Emily Dingham 18      Whitney Cameron 17       Caitlyn Crossman 12           Panthers – Tatum Hickey 12 4 3’s 

Key Stat:  Corinth held the Falls to single numbers in every quarter.

Take Away:  The Tomahawks post the comfortable quarterfinal “W” and advance to a semifinal get-together with Mayfield on Friday at 7 p.m. in Averill Park.


Mayfield 60   Stillwater 46    No other info at this time.



Tamarac 93   Johnstown 50

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Joey Poulin 19 7 assists        Jack Casey 18 10 rebounds        Mikey D’Agostino 14 4 3’s 7 assists        James Blake II 14            Sir Bills – Ryan Hoyt 24

Key Stat:  Tamarac ran out to a 28-9 advantage after the first eight minutes.

Take Away: The second seeded Bengals put four players in doubles and cruised to the opening round win in Class B.  Tamarac will face #7 Schuylerville on Saturday at 2:30 in Ballston Spa in a quarterfinal matchup.  


Schuylerville 68   Mechanicville 55

Leading Scorers:  Black Horses – Lukas Sherman 25       Griffin Brophy 11       Ollie Balduc 10         Red Raiders – Colin Richarson 15

Key Stat:  Schuylerville took the lead with a 24-13 third period.  

Take Away:  Trailing 26-20 at the break, Schuylerville used a big third frame to gain the lead and held off the Raiders for the opening round victory in Class B.  #7 Schuylerville advances to a Saturday quarterfinal with #2 Tamarac in Averill Park.  


Maple Hill 63   Berlin/New Lebanon 25   Class CC  No other info at this time

Galway 69   Waterford 49    Class C     No other info

Berne-Knox 71   Cambridge 43   Class C   No other info