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Bengals Advance, Raiders Fall
Tamarac 57 Glens Falls 38
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Abbie Yetto 16 Cailyn Hayden 10 GF – Frances McTiernan 19 5 3’s
Key Stat: Tamarac jumped out to a 22-9 lead at the end of the first frame.
Take Away: The Bengals used a fast start and a good defensive effort in posting the opening round victory in Class B. Next up for Tamarac is a trip to Catskill on Wednesday to face the Cats in quarterfinal action.
Schuylerville 47 Mechanicville 43
Leading Scorers: Black Horses – Lauren King 13 Red Raiders – Allie Kenyon 14 Ella Zecca 11 Lila Christensen 10
Ket Stat: Schuylerville converted 18 of 27 free throw attempts.
Take Away: Trailing 12-3 after the first, the Black Horses came all the way back to claim the narrow “W” in the opening round of Class B.
Take Away: Schuylerville advances to a Wednesday night quarterfinal at Albany Academy and a matchup with the top-seeded Bears.
Saturday Morning Sectional Preview: Mechanicville/Schuylerville, Tamarac/Glens Falls
Sectional Friday: Wasaren Girls Go 4-0
Hoosic Valley 39 Galway 30
Leading Scorers: Valley – Megan Rice 17 11 rebounds Lainey Bochette 9 Golden Eagles – Grace O’Brien 10
Key Stat: The Valley outscored their guests 27-20 after the break.
Take Away: The Indians ride a big second half to the round one win in Class C and advance to face #2 Whitehall in the quarterfinals on Tuesday in Whitehall at 7:30.
Waterford 50 Schoharie 39
Leading Scorers: Fordians – Rachel McOmber 25 Maddy Atwood 17 Indians – Lilly Ballard 19 Savannah Traverse 12
Key Stat: Waterford started and finished well outscoring Schoharie 30-17 in the first and final frames.
Take Away: McOmber and Atwood combine for 42 points leading the Fordians past Schoharie in the opening round in Class C. Waterford advances to a Tuesday night quarterfinal at Duanesburg against the top-seeded Eagles.
Stillwater 64 Lake George 21
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Miranda Price 17 Ann Parella 12 Riley O’Brien 10 Lake George – Mikah Collier Fisher 6
Key Stat: Stillwater held the Warriors to single numbers in every period.
Take Away: Stillwater put’s three in doubles and uses a strong defensive outing to cruise past the Warriors of Lake Goerge in the opening round of Class C. The Warriors next will travel to Mayfield on Tuesday to face the #2 Panthers in a quarterfinal matchup.
Hoosick Falls 34 Chatham 27
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Emma Waugh 10 Panthers – Kendall Hayes 12
Key Stat: The Falls scored 19 fourth quarter points, more than half of their game total.
Take Away: Trailing 19-15 entering the final frame, the Falls used an 18-9 fourth to earn the round one “W” in Class CC. Next up for Hoosick Falls is a Tuesday trip to Greenwich and a quarterfinal run with #3 Corinth.
Breakdown of Friday’s Sectional Games: Hoosic Valley/Galway, Waterford/Schoharie, Hoosick Falls/ Chatham, Stillwater/Lake George
Sectional Pairings Podcast
Coaches Corner with Tamarac’s Eric Medved
Here Is the new link to our interview with Tamarac boys’ basketball coach Eric Medved.
Wasaren Crossover Results
Stillwater 50 Waterford 38
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Miranda Price 17 Addison Thornton 17 Fordians – Rachel McOmber 11 Piper Morris 10
Key Stat: The Warriors connected on 16 of 25 from the foul line while Waterford converted 7 of 15.
Take Away: Stillwater won every quarter, slowly pulling away for the road win.
Mechanicville 58 Cambridge 46
Leading Scorers: Red Raiders – Ali Kenyon 19 Sophia Tamasi 11 Lila Christensen 11 Cambridge – Tristann Crandall 14 Schuylar Nolan 12
Take Away: The Raiders earn the win at home in a crossover matchup between the Wasaren’s second place squads.
Emma Willard 45 Hoosic Valley 31 No other info available at this time
Hoosick Falls 45 Spa Catholic 14
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Mackenna Roberson 13 3 3’s Saints – Rylee Cornell 5
Key Stat: The Falls held Spa Catholic to single numbers in each period.
Take Away: Hoosick Falls started with a 21-2 first frame and cruised to the home “W”.
Stillwater 76 Mechanicville 68
Leading Scorers: Warriors – Colby Paffen 22 4 3’s Thomas McDonough 15 Lukas Lilac 14 Reese Hotaling 10 Red Raiders – Colin Richardson 20 Fen Egan 14 Austin Rozowicz 18 Cruz Goverski 11
Key Stat: Stillwater held 12-4 advantage in made threes.
Take Away: Trailing 17-13 after the first period, Stillwater outscored the Raiders 43-27 over the next two frames and held off Mechanicville over the final eight minutes to post the home victory.
Greenwich 63 Hoosick Falls 54
Leading Scorers: Witches – Jacob Ziehm 21 5 3’s Ryan Alling 14 Joe Skiff 13 Panthers – Jake Sparks 21 Andrew Sparks 18 3 3’s
Key Stat: Greenwich built a working margin with a 21-13 first quarter.
Take away: The Witches led 36-29 at the break and extended their lead with an 18-11 third frame, on their way to the home “W”.
Spa Catholic 57 Waterford 40
Leading Scorers: Saints – Hunter Failes 18 4 3’s Aiden Dunne 11 Justin Duscher 11 Fordians – Connor Kennedy 10
Key Stat: The Saints won every quarter.
Take Away: Leading 22-12 at halftime the Saints outscored Waterford 35-28 the rest of the way to notch the home victory.
Hoosick Falls Tops the Warriors
Hoosick Falls 35 Stillwater 32 (Wednesday)
Leading Scorers: Panthers – Mackenna Roberson 28 6 3’s Warriors – Miranda Price 11
Key Stat: The Falls outscored the Warriors 18-5 in the second frame.
Take Away: After being shutout in the first period and trailing 11-0, the Panthers used a big second quarter to take an 18-16 lead into the break. Stillwater regained the lead in the third and took a 25-23 advantage into the final eight minutes, where the Falls once again came back and posted the well-earned home “W”.
Wasaren Girls’ Hoops
Greenwich 77 Mechanicville 44
Leading Scorers: Witches – Grace Autiello 23 Brooke Kuzmich 16 Red Raiders – Ella Zecca 19
Take Away: Greenwich posts the comfortable road “W” to finish undefeated in the regular season campaign.
Tamarac 45 Cambridge 35
Leading Scorers: Bengals – Myanna Faraj 16 4 3’s Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 16
Key Stat: Tamarac held Cambridge to single numbers in each of the final three periods.
Take Away: Trailing 12-11 at the end of the first quarter, Tamarac, behind a strong defensive effort came back, gradually pulling away to the win over the visitors from Cambridge.
Waterford 45 Spa Catholic 33
Leading Scorers: Fordians – Maddy Atwood 17 Saints – Ryan Loody 12
Key Stat: The Fordians outscored the Saints 21-8 in the final frame.
Take Away: Down 25-24 entering the final eight minutes, Waterford scored nearly have their game total in the fourth quarter to earn the narrow, home victory.