Girls Buckets; Top Four Post Wins


Last week we talked about the girls race in the Wasaren and pointed out there seemed to be a distinctive first and second tier in the league with four teams in each.  That scenario played out Wednesday night as the top four squads, the Falls, Cambridge, Tamarac and the Valley all secured wins. Continue reading

The Girls Basketball Race


The girls race for the Wasaren basketball title after five league games, has divided into a distinctive first and second tier with four teams in each.  At this point it would be surprising to see anyone in the second cluster of schools put together a legitimate run at the crown, but as we all know in sports, especially at the high school level anything can happen. Continue reading

Boys Basketball Stats


My statistics professor in college walked into the room the first day of class and told us that you could make numbers say anything you want.  Overall I would tend to agree with her.  Yes sometimes numbers are cut and dry, and leave little room for interpretation, but there are times five people look at a series of numbers and draw five different conclusions. Continue reading

Red Raiders, Black Horses Post Victories in Stillwater


Rick Lyons Staff Writer:  I took a ride to Stillwater Wednesday night to see two Wasaren squads for the first time this season.  The Red Raiders of Mechanicville off to a 7-1 start tipped with Lake George at 5:30 , and the Warriors of Stillwater perfect at 9-0 faced off with Schuylerville in the nightcap. Continue reading