Leading Scorers: Panthers – Jake Sparks 26 Connor Jones 13 Braeden Billert 14 Carter Thompson 11
Key Stat: The Falls outscored the Patriots 19-8 in the final period.
Take Away: Trailing 11-9 after the first eight minutes, the Falls defense holds the visitors from Vermont to 25 points the rest of the way, while Sparks and Jones pace the Panther attack in the non-league “W”.
Leading Scorers: Warriors Jaxon Mueller 21 Thomas McDonough 12 CJ McNeil 10 Witches – Jesse Kuzmich 21 Ryan Alling 10
Key Stat: Stillwater used a 24-14 fourth period to complete the comeback win.
Take Away: The Warriors trailed 32-19 at the half, which included a 17-2 second period which gave Greenwich control at the break. But the visitors trimmed the deficit to 39-32 entering the final frame, setting up the decisive fourth quarter.
Mechanicville 82 Berlin New Lebanon 17
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Fen Egan 17 Colin Richardson 17 ( 5 3’s) Mountaineers – Kristjan Culbertson 7
Key Stat: Mechanicville held their hosts to single digits in every period.
Take Away: The Raiders put nine in the scoring column, drilling eight triples, and rolled to the road “W”.
Hoosic Valley 72 Spa Catholic 47
Leading Scorers: Valley – Isaiah Eckler 31 ( 5 3’s) Lane Carner 16 Saints – Robbie Bolen 23 MArk Hmura 11
Key Stat: Hoosic Valley built a 36-21 lead over the opening two periods.
Take Away: The Valley uses eight makes from beyond the arc, and a big night from Eckler to post their fourth straight victory.
Tamarac 79 Waterford 14
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Joey Poulin 21 Danny Loya 13 Zachary Rice 12
Key Stat: Aa 24-2 first period set the tone for the one-sided run.
Take Away: Eleven Bengals scored points, 12 threes found the bottom, and Tamarac continues to stack “W’s”.