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Tamarac 54   Hoosick Falls 48

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Joey Poulin 21        Mikey D’Agostino 11        Panthers – Jake Sparks 15        Aiden Fleming 12

Key Stat:  Tamarac converted 13 of 16 from the free throw line, while the Falls was 0 of 2 from the stripe.  

Take Away:  On senior night in Hoosick Falls the Panthers led late in the third before Tamarac closed the period on a 9-2 run, taking as 41-35 advantage to the final frame where the Bengals sealed the win with four free throws in the last :30. 


Hoosic Valley 65   Spa Catholic 42

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Isaiah Eckler 22 5 3’s        Logan Reilly 13         Saints – Ronan Rowe 11        Aiden Dunne 10

Key Stat:  The Valley held an 8-3 advantage in made triples.

Take Away:  The Saints stayed within striking distance throughout, trailing 47-38 heading to the fourth, before the Valley closed the deal with an 18-4 period to notch the road “W”.


Stillwater 95   Mt. Anthony 78

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Jaxon Mueller 39         Lukas Lilac 22          Thomas McDonough 19 3 3’s            Patriots – Carter Thompson 17         Shemar Sookdar 16        Austin Belville 11

Key Stat:  Stillwater attempted 58 free throws in the game cashing in 29 times.

Take Away:  In a wild nonleague affair in Stillwater that saw the Patriots bottom 14 threes and the Warriors live at the free throw line with 58 attempts, 32 by Mueller, the host squad outscored the visitors from Vermont 51-33 after the break to post the victory. 


Greenwich 71   Cambridge 34

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Joe Skiff 22        Jacob Ziehm 13       Ryan Ingber 10                   Cambridge – Thomas MacDougal 19 4 3’s

Key Stat:  Greenwich took control with a 22-3 second quarter. 

Take Away:  The Witches won every period and put three players in doubles in notching the comfortable road win over Cambridge.   


Mechanicville 74   Berlin/New Lebanon 42

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Colin Richardson 21       Fen Egan 12                   Mountaineers – Chris Shorter 23 5 3’s 

Key Stat:  The Raiders hung 32 points on the board in the third frame.

Take Away:  Mechanicville jumped out to a 16-6 lead after the first eight minutes and put the Mountaineers away with the big third quarter to earn the road win.  


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