Tuesday Night Hoops: Poulin Reaches Scoring Milestone

Tamarac 87   Bishop Gibbons 65

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Joey Poulin 35      James Blake II 23              Gibbons – Jaquare Jones 17       Zackari Archie 16       Esiasyn Starr 12

Key Stat:  Tamarac won each of the first three periods.

Take Away:  The Bengals started with a 24-16 first quarter and slowly pulled away for the nonleague win over Gibbons on a night where Joey Poulin reached the 1000 career point milestone, becoming Tamarac’s all-time leading scorer.  Poulin, a starter since his freshman year, reaches the scoring mark in his 70th varsity game.  The senior guard added nine rebounds and seven assists in the game as well.  

 

Hoosic Valley 63   Hoosick Falls 57

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Isaiah Eckler 21 5 3’s       Chris Jones 12       Logan Reilly 11       Tyler Eddy 10       Panthers – Jake Sparks 18        Andrew Sparks 13        Aiden Fleming 11 3 3’s

Key Stat:  An 18-12 first period for the Valley was the widest margin of any quarter for either squad.

Take Away:  In a close game throughout, the Indians held a slim 29-27 lead at halftime and hung on for the narrow, home “W”.  The Valley put four players in doubles in moving to 13-1, 8-1 on the season, while the Falls, who saw three players post doubles, goes to 9-6, 6-3 with the loss.  

 

Mechanicville 55   Voorheesville 48

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Fen Egan 22       Cruz Goverski 11       Carson Carrow 18       Brady Eitleman 14 4 3’s      Seth Wilson 10

Key Stat:  The Raiders held a big advantage from the free throw line converting on 15 of 23 while the Blackbirds managed just 4 of 9 from the stripe.

Take Away:  In a game tied at 38-38 after three quarters of play, the visiting Raiders used a 17-10 final frame to claim the well-earned road “W”.  

 

Stillwater 88   Waterford 48

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Jaxon Mueller 27     James Cocozzo 15         Lukas Lilac 14        Mattias Lemerande 11          Fordians – Derrick Pontore 17        Matt Soden 10

Key Stat:  Stillwater ran out to a 31-6 lead in the first eight minutes.

Take Away:  The Warriors put four players in doubles and cruised to the home victory as the #8 Class C team in the state improved to 13-2 overall on the season.

Tamarac Tops Mechanicville

Tamarac 77   Mechanicville 57

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Joey Poulin 33 4 3’s        James Blake II 14           Red Raiders – Cruz Goverski 15      Joey Devito 13

Key Stat:  Tamarac jumped out to a 21-13 lead after eight minutes of play.

Take Away:  The Bengals won each of the first three quarters building a 61-37 advantage heading into the final frame. Poulin’s 33 points puts the senior guard just 25 points away from the 1000 career points milestone.  With the win Tamarac moves to 11-2, 8-0 on the season and extends their Wasaren winning streak to 27.   

Valley Tops Berne Knox: Reilly Reaches the 1000 Point Milestone

Hoosic Valley 87   Berne Knox 55

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Logan Reilly 23        Isaiah Eckler 23 3 3’s           BK – AJ Wright 25       Dayne Coates 14

Key Stat:  Leading 39-29 at the break the Valley put this one away with a 27-9 third period.

Take Away:  Hoosic Valley stacks their second win in two nights at their Schaghticoke venue, taking control with a big third frame, on a night highlighted by senior guard Logan Reilly scoring his 1000th career point. Reilly becomes the fourth boy’s player in Hoosic Valley history to reach the milestone.  With the victory the Valley improves to 12-1, 7-1 on the year and returns to action on Tuesday night hosting the Panthers of Hoosick Falls in a 7:30 run.  

Friday Night Hoops

Hoosic Valley 109   Cambridge 48

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Isaiah Eckler 31 5 3’s       Logan Reilly 21      Gabe Coffin 15 3 3’s       Lane Carner 12         Cambridge – Isaac Toleman 15       Mason MacDougal 12

Key Stat:  The Valley ran out to a 36-8 lead after the first period.

Take Away:  The 8th ranked Class C team in the state cruised on their home floor, drilling 10 triples and winning every quarter with 11 players scoring and four reaching doubles.  With the win the Indians move to 11-1, 7-1 on the season.

 

Stillwater 80   Spa Catholic 42

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Jaxon Mueller 32       Lukas Lilac 18 3 3’s           Saints – Ronan Rowe 12

Key Stat:  The Warriors outscored the Saints 51-21 over the middle two periods. 

Take Away:  Stillwater ride’s a big night by Mueller and a good defensive effort to the home “W” improving to 11-2, 7-1 on the year.    

 

Stillwater 61   Spa Catholic 23

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Sarah Folmann 11          Miranda Price 10       Charisma Salecker 10           Saints – Ryan McDonald 9

Key Stat:  The Warriors held a 9-1 advantage in made threes.

Take Away:  Stillwater won every quarter and enjoyed their best offensive showing of the year in posting the road victory.  

 

Cambridge 51   Hoosic Valley 14

Leading Scorers:  Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 16      Samantha Crandall 11      Tristan Crandall 10      Alexis Austin 10          Valley – Kaylee Smith 5

Key Stat:  Cambridge held the Indians to single numbers in every quarter.

Taka Away:  Cambridge put’s four players in doubles and notches the home victory moving to 8-2, 9-4 on the season.  

 

Wednesday Night Hoops

Mechanicville 44   Waterford 28

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Lila Christensen 10        Fordians – Maddy Atwood 7      Piper Morris 7

Key Stat:  Mechanicville opened with a 16-3 first period.

Take Away:  The Raiders built a 13-point cushion over the first eight minutes and rode the margin the rest of the way in posting the road win.

 

Cambridge 40   Stillwater 26

Leading Scorers:  Cambridge – Schuylar Nolan 18       Tristann Crandall 11            Warriors – Miranda Price 8       Andie Luskin 8

Key Stat:  Cambridge held a 9-1 advantage in made free throws.

Take Away:  Tied 11-11 at the break, the visitors outscored their hosts 29-15 over the final two quarters to notch the road “W”.  

 

Hoosick Falls 40   Berlin/New Lebanon 11

Leading Scorers:  Panthers – Mackenna Roberson 15 3 3’s      Tatum Hickey 12 3 3’s          Mountaineers – Hannah Mace 3

Key Stat:  The Falls bottomed six triples while BNL failed to connect from deep.

Take Away:  The Falls won every quarter and used a strong defensive effort in earning the home victory.

 

Greenwich 82   Hoosic Valley 25

Leading Scorers:  Witches – Adrianna Rojas 27 4 3’s        Brooke Kuzmich 20 4 3’s        Norah Niesz 16        Valley – Megan Rice 8

Key Stat:  Greenwich ran out to a 30-10 lead after the first period.

Take Away:  Greenwich won every quarter in extending their winning streak to 15 straight without a loss.  

 

Tamarac 50   Emma Willard 42   No other info at this time

Tuesday Night Boys Basketball

Hoosick Falls 62   Berlin/New Lebanon 45

Leading Scorers:  Panthers – Jake Sparks 18               Mountaineers – Jesse Franceur 12

Key Stat:  The Falls outscored BNL 18-8 in the third frame to take control.

Take Away:  Leading 30-23 at halftime, the visitors from Hoosick Falls used a big third period to extend their cushion and closed out the road victory over the final eight minutes Tuesday night.  With the win the Panthers move to 6-2, 9-5 on the year.

 

Tamarac 68   Green Tech 65

Leading Scorers:  Bengals – Jack Casey 25 6 3’s       Joey Poulin 20 5 3’s         Green Tech – Haisi Mayben 26 4 3’s      Henry Perkins 15

Key Stat:  The Bengals held a 13-4 advantage from beyond the arc.

Take Away:  Tamarac steps up in class and notches the close road win over AA Green Tech behind elite shooting from deep and the line where the Bengals converted 15 of 18 free throws.  Tamarac improves to 7-0, 10-2 on the season with the “W”.  

 

Hoosic Valley 79   Greenwich 55

Leading Scorers:  Valley – Isaiah Eckler 35      Logan Reilly 11      Tyler Eddy 10        Witches – Ryan Alling 16         Jacob Ziehm 12         Joe Skiff 14

Key Stat:  The Indians jumped out to a 22-15 lead after the first period and were never headed.

Take Away:  Hoosic Valley won every quarter, connected on five triples, shot an efficient 8 of 10 from the line, and put 10 players in the scoring column.   The Valley goes to 6-1, 10-1 on the year with the road victory, while Greenwich moves to 4-5, 8-6 with the loss. 

 

Mechanicville 55   Waterford 50

Leading Scorers:  Red Raiders – Fen Egan 17      Cruz Goverski 13         Fordians – Derrick Pontore 17 3 3’s        Matt Soden 17 3 3’s

Key Stat:  Mechanicville cashed in on 26 of 36 from the charity stripe while Waterford converted just 9 of 13.

Take Away:  The Raiders trailed 39-38 heading into the final frame but used a 10-point period from Goverski and clutch free throw shooting, connecting on 10 of 14, to post the come-from-behind victory.    

Monday Night Results

Stillwater 56   Berlin/New Lebanon 21

Leading Scorers:  Warriors – Miranda Price 17      Riley O’Brien 16          Mountaineers – Lilly Gordell 6

Key Stat:  Stillwater held the Mountaineers to single numbers in every period.

Take Away:  The Warriors point total in the first frame matched BNL for the game as Stillwater cruised to the road win on Friday night

 

Hoosick Falls 47   Mt. Anthony 35

Leading Scorers:  Panthers – Mackenna Roberson 18 5 3’s        Patriots – Madison Moore 16

Key Stat:  The Panthers outscored Mt. Anthony 17-8 in the final quarter.

Take Away:  Hoosick Falls pulls away over the last eight minutes to post the road “W” in what was a close game throughout.

 

Cambridge 60   Emma Willard 37   

Leading Scorers:  Cambridge Tristan Crandall 25 5 3’s        Schuylar Nolan 11         Emma Willard A. Shields 22

Key Stat:  Cambridge held a 7-1 advantage in made threes.

Take Away:  Cambridge used a 17-7 second period to take a 37-21 lead into the break, on their way to the comfortable road “W” over the Jespers.  

 

Boys

Mount Anthony 73   Hoosick Falls 50

Leading Scorers:  Patriots – Carter Thompson 21      Josh Worthington 12 4 3’s      Braeden Billert 11 3 3’s      Shemer Solkator 10   Panthers – Brody Mann 17      Andrew Sparks 13     Jake Sparks 11

Key Stat:  The Patriots scored half of their point total from downtown drilling 12 triples.  

Take Away:  Mt. Anthony built a 42-24 lead by halftime and closed out the win in Hoosick Falls on Monday.