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. 

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.  

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.