Hoosic Valley 68 Stillwater 64
Leading Scorers: Valley – Isaiah Eckler 24 3 3’s Logan Reilly 16 Tyler Eddy 12 Warriors – Lukas Lilac 18 Thomas McDonough 15 Jaxon Mueller 11
Key Stat: Hoosic Valley connected on 21of 38 from the free throw line while Stillwater converted 9 of 16.
Take Away: Stillwater, 14-4, 9-3, jumped out to a 20-11 lead after the first eight minutes, but the Indians won each of the last three periods to earn the narrow victory in Schaghticoke. With the win the Valley, 16-1, 11-1, clinches the North Division of the Wasaren and will face Tamarac in the championship game next Saturday.
Hoosick Falls 54 Waterford 35
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Jake Sparks 27 4 3’s 14 rebounds Fordians – Derrick Pontore 14
Key Stat: The Panthers dominated early and late, outscoring Waterford 35-17 in the first and fourth quarters.
Take Away: Hoosick Falls uses a good defensive effort and a big night from Sparks to post the road “W”.
Greenwich 75 Saratoga Catholic 47
Leading Scorers: Witches – Ryan Alling 18 Jacob Ziehm 17 5 3’s Ryan Ingber 14 Joe Skiff 13 Saints – Aiden Dunne 22
Key Stat: The Witches took control with a 29-14 second period.
Take Away: Greenwich put four players in doubles and won every quarter in the road victory.
Mechanicville 61 Berlin/New Lebanon 29 ( Saturday)
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – James Doty 14 Cruz Goverski 11 Fen Egan 11 Mountaineers – Jason McFail 8
Key Stat: Mechanicville jumped out to a 17-5 advantage after the first.
Take Away: The Raiders won every quarter, put nine players in the scoring column and cruised to the home win in the Saturday matinee.
Greenwich 65 Spa Catholic 9
Leading Scorers: Witches – Adrianna Rojas 17 Norah Niesz 11 Brooke Kuzmich 10
Key Stat: The Witches kept Spa Catholic off the board in periods one and four.
Take Away: Greenwich coasts to the one-sided decision to remain unbeaten on the season.
Emma Willard 60 Mechanicville 52 No other info at this time
Stillwater 50 Hoosic Valley 36
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Miranda Price 20 Addison Thornton 20 3 3’s Valley Megan Rice 13
Key Stat: Stillwater gained control with a 16-4 second frame.
Take Away: The Warriors used a pair of 20-point outings from Price and Thornton to notch the home “W”.
Stillwater 68 Johnstown 18 (Saturday)
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Miranda Price 26 5 3’s Addison Thornton 12 Johnstown – Julie Hisert 13
Key Stat: Stillwater ended things early with a 25-2 first period.
Take Away: The Warriors held Johnstown to single numbers in every quarter and easily notched the nonleague win on Saturday in Stillwater.