Fourteen Wasaren squads stepped on the floor Tuesday night as the Section II basketball tournament shifted into high gear. Seven league teams on both the girls and boys side of things competed in the B and C classifications.
At night’s end three boys teams advanced with wins, while six of the seven Wasaren girls squads posted victories.
Cambridge 56 Cairo-Durham 23 Continue reading
The Section II basketball tournament kicked off Friday night with opening round action in Class C, and six Wasaren squads took the floor looking to extend their seasons with a “W”.
At night’s end only two teams, the Cambridge boys and the girls from Stillwater, were able to notch wins and advance to the next round of play.
Here’s a quick look at how things played out. Continue reading
The Section II basketball committee has spoken, yesterday releasing the pairings for the upcoming tournament in girls and boys basketball. Eight Wasaren girls teams and nine squads on the boys side of things will compete in the open format where everyone has the opportunity to compete.
Which league team, if any, can make an extended run in the second season? Here’s a quick look.
Class B: #11 Mechanicville @ # 6 Hudson #15 Tamarac @ #2 Glens Falls Continue reading
Wasaren teams squared off with each other one last time Friday night in crossover games under the league’s new format. Teams from the Battenkill division faced teams from the Hudson in a final run before sectional play.
Sunday at Skidmore College the championship for the girls and boys will be decided with Cambridge facing Tamarac at 6:30 in the girls game, and Hoosick Falls taking on Saratoga Catholic at 8:00 in the boys tip.
Mechanicville 56 Hoosic Valley 37 Continue reading
Congratulations to Saratoga Catholic’s Terel Tillman on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.
Last Tuesday Tillman scored 20 points including five 3-pointers in a 69-44 victory over Waterford. On Friday Terel poured in 28 points, drilling six treys, in a 92-58 win over the Mountaineers of Berlin.
On the year Terel is averaging 11.0 points per game for the 16-3 Saratoga Catholic squad.
Congratulations to Terel, this week’s Wasaren Player of the Week.
A packed Tuesday night in the Wasaren with a full slate for the boys and a pair of girls runs as well with schools trying to navigate around the pending snowstorm.
Stillwater 62 Greenwich 59
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Cooper Monast 19 Brian McNeil 15 Scott Travis 10 Witches – Carson Mosher 20 John Walsh 14 Continue reading
Cambridge 60 Hoosic Valley 56
Leading Scorers: Indians – Brenden Holcomb 15 Williams 23 Valley – John Acker 25 Brandon Napoli 11 Alec Ratelle 11
Key Points: In a game tied at the break Cambridge used a 20-11 third period to jump in front and then held off the Indians over the final eight minutes to post the win.
Hoosick Falls 71 Waterford 47 Continue reading
A full slate of action on Wednesday night in girls basketball produced little drama as just one game was decided by less than double figures. Here’s how things played out on the last day in January.
Cambridge 46 Stillwater 21
Leading Scorers: Indians – Fiona Mooney 12 Helen Mooney 10 Warriors – Marley Mueller 8
Key Points: Cambridge held the Warriors to single numbers in every quarter and used a 24-5 third period to take control, on their way to their 17th victory in as many outings. Continue reading
Hoosick Falls 62 Greenwich 47
Leading Scorers: Falls – Jon Kempf 15 Guy Milliman 15 Max Kipp 13 Evan McCart 12 Witches – Ellis Pemrick 15 Joe Smith 10
Key Points: The Panthers placed four players in doubles and won every period outscoring the Witches 26-16 after the break to notch the victory. Continue reading
Greenwich 68 Rensselaer 58
Leading Scorers: Witches – Molly Brophy 20 Gabby Wiss 19 Emma Brophy 11 Rams – LaPorta 26
Key Points: Greenwich put three players in doubles and used a 22-10 second period to pave the way to the non-league victory over Rensselaer.
North Warren 53 Saratoga Catholic 47
Leading Scorers: Cougars – Sydney Gagnon 21 Alyssa Kramer 16 Saints – Ani Crocker 18 Ryleigh Dempsey 10
Key Points: North Warren outscored the Saints 31-24 after the break to notch the “W” in a game that was close throughout.