Tamarac 48 Hoosick Falls 22
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Abbie Yetto 21 Panthers – McKenna Roberson 6
Key Stat: Tamarac held the Falls to single numbers in every quarter.
Talke Away: The Bengals used a 27-6 second period advantage to take control, on their way to the comfortable win over the Panthers.
Emma Willard 47 Waterford 32
Leading Scorers: Jesters – Aishan Raji 18 Audrey Shields 12 Fordians – Maddy Atwood 7
Key Stat: Emma Willard outscored the Fordians 27-16 after the break.
Take Away: The Jesters used a strong defensive outing and a solid second half to get past the Fordians and post the win at home.
Cambridge 46 Schenectady 45
Leading Scorers: Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 22 Samantha Crandall 12 Schenectady – A’nya Hernandez 19
Key Stat: Cambridge converted 16 of 22 free throw attempts while Schenectady was just 1 of 4 from the line.
Take Away: With seconds remaining and the game tied, Nolan connected on one of two free throws to give Cambridge the road “W”.
Tamarac 92 Berlin/New Lebanon 25
Leading Scorers: Tamarac – James Blake II 19 Mikey D’Agostino 17 3 3’s Joey Poulin 16 Tyler Sears 14 Jack Casey 12
Key Stat: Tamarac ran out to a 25-6 lead after one.
Take Away: The Bengals scored 50 first-half points and added 33 more in the third frame, cruising to the win over Berlin/New Lebanon. Tamarac put’s five players in doubles and remains undefeated in Wasaren play.