High schools: O’Hanlon reaches 1,000 point mark for Duanesburg girls’ basketball


Duanesburg sophomore Allison O’Hanlon hit a free throw with 3:08 left in the third quarter for her 1,000th point in the Eagles’ 61-28 Western Athletic Conference girls’ basketball win over Berne-Knox-Westerlo on Friday.

In the battle between two top state-ranked teams, Alexis Wright scored 43 points for the Bulldogs. 

O’Hanlon finished with 24 points on the night as Duanesburg teammates Madison Meyer added 21 and Alex Moses dropped in 20.

Cloey Dopp scored 23 points in Mayfield’s 59-43 win over OESJ. Kelsey Meca scored 11 points for the Panthers and pulled down seven rebounds. Katarina Agerter grabbed a team-high eight rebounds for Mayfield. Anderson Eggleston scored a team-high 17 points for OESJ.

Northville’s defense held Fort Plain to just 14 points in the second half, earning a 54-43 win. Northville’s Hailey Monroe scored a team-high 18 points and grabbed nine steals in the win. Alana Dutcher made her presence known, scoring six points and grabbing 13 rebounds for Northville. Fort Plain was led by Sarah Florian’s 23 point night.

In the Suburban Council, Shenendehowa’s Maya Carpenter and Bri Carey both scored 12 points as the Plainsmen doubled-up Guilderland 62-31. The Plainsmen jumped out to a 33-6 halftime lead and never looked back as Jillian Huerter added nine points for Shenendehowa. Guilderland was led by Destiny Pipino with nine points. 

Carlie Rzeszotarski scored 18 points and Grace O’Connor scored 15 with Callie Chevalier adding 13 as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake rallied to beat Bethlehem 56-47. Bethlehem led 33-30 at the half before the Spartans 26-14 second half run. Maren Louridas led Bethlehem with 14 points and Kaitlyn Robbins chipped in 11.

Natasha Chudy led the Blue Streaks with 16 points and Carly Wise added 15 in Saratoga Springs’ 55-46 win over Columbia. Kendyl Ouimete scored a game-high 22 points in the loss.

Me’Challe Cancer scored a game-high 21 points with Shonyae Edmonds adding 17 for Albany in a 69-36 win over Troy. Solaris Nunez scored a team-high 10 points for the Flying Horses.

Amelia Wood scored a game-high 20 points as Averill Park defeated Shaker 58-48. Taylor Holohan added 18 points and Michelina Lombardi added 10 in the win. Shaker’s Kristen Foglia scored a team-high 13 points in the loss.

Three Greenwich players scored double-digits in the Witches’ 55-46 Wasaren League win over Tamarac. Brooke Kuzmich scored a team-high 14 points with Grace Autiello adding 13 and Adrianna Rojas scoring 10 for Greenwich. Sidney Phillips led Tamarac with 20 points followed by Myanna Faraj adding 14 and Abbie Yetto scoring 12.

Stasia Epler scored 22 points and Schuylar Nolan added 20 to lead Cambridge in a 71-26 win over Waterford-Halfmoon. Maddy Atwood led the Fordians with nine points in the loss.


Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake held off Bethlehem for 48-45 Suburban Council boys’ basketball win behind Alex Doin’s 17 point night. Ali Weatherly scored 15 points for Bethlehem in the loss.

Saratoga Springs’ Dillon Waite scored a game-high 24 points in the Blue Streaks’ 55-48 win over Columbia. Ethan Straughter dropped in 14 with Ryan Farr adding 10. Columbia’s David Alaxanian led the Blue Devils’ with 12 points as Ian Fisher Layton and Mason Smith each added 10 points. 

CJ Haver led Shaker with 14 points with Zacharie Matulu adding 13 in a 51-41 win over Averill Park. Dan Coiteiux and Nick Carbone both scored 11 points for the Warriors.

Brandon Gordon scored 15 points and Jeremy Rosario scored 13 in Colonie’s 60-51 win over Schenectady. Jah-Isreal Gains led the Patriots with 14 points and Nino Robinson added 12 in the loss.

Carter Seeberger scored 16 points, including four 3-pointers and Mason Courtney added 14 to propel Shenendehowa past Guilderland 50-40. Mitchell MacKissock led Guilderland with 12 points and Liam Teague added 10 in the loss.

CBA held off a Ballston Spa rally for a 48-35 win. Ayden Harrison led CBA with 17 points and David Clement added 15. Ballston Spa’s Nick Verdile scored a game-high 19 points.

A 20-8 second quarter run by Queensbury gave the Spartans just enough to hang on and defeat Johnstown 61-60 in Foothills Council action. The Sir Bills were led by Braden Jones’ game-high 24 points, including four 3-pointers. Bryce Mureness added 14 points, including making four 3-pointers. Queensbury’s Trevon Bailey dropped in 18 points with Zion Freeman adding 17.

A second-half surge earned Hudson Falls a 58-50 win over Gloversville. Peyton Smith scored a game-high 23 points and 15 rebounds for the Tigers with Ben Swartz added 21. Anthony Gray led the Dragons with 20 points and Giorgio Gilonna dropped in 13. 

Scotia-Glenville’s Aaron Corker scored a game-high 18 points with Ben Kline adding 14, Carson Vein tacking on 13 and Griffin Fraterrigo dropping in 11 in a 61-45 win over Broadalbin-Perth. Ryan Savoie led the Patriots with 11 points.

Ichabod Crane’s Brett Richards dropped 25 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for Cobleskill-Richmondville with teammate Alex Schmidt adding15 in a 59-43 Colonial Council win. The Bulldogs were led by Nick Peterson’s 11 point night.

L.A. Fairley had a double-double in Canajoharie’s 60-49 Western Athletic Conference win over Galway. Fairley finished with 11 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks in the win as Zachary Suits scored 17 and Aundray Fowler added 15 in the win. Josh Lovelass led Galway with 12 points and Myle Pleasants added 11.

Clayton Welch scored a game-high 16 points and Thomas Levi added 14 in the Hilltoppers’ 59-44 win over Northville. Austin Vangorder added 11 in the win. Northville was paced by Jacob Frank’s 15-point night. Evan Tamilitis added 11 with Dan VanNostrand dropping in 10 in the loss.

Fonda-Fultonville rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to rally past Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 48-45. Jackson Cusack led the way with 20 points along with seven assists, five rebounds and three steals for Fonda-Fultonville. Connor Weaver added nine points, grabbed five rounds and had three steals in the win. Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons was paced by Dequann Green’s 14-point night with Esiasyn Starr adding 13.

OESJ jumped out to a 22-2 first quarter lead and didn’t look back, defeated Mayfield 70-47. Mason Snell led led OESJ with 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Colten Christensen added 21 points. Paetyn Logan-Dillenbeck finished with 12 points and 14 rebounds for the Wolves. Trevor Ruberti led Mayfield with 14 points and Britain Goodmote added 11 points and nine rebounds. 

Trailing by 20 points late in the third quarter, Hoosic Valley rallied to within a single point but couldn’t get past Mechanicville, 50-49 in Wasaren League action. Colin Richardson led Mechanicville with 23 points followed by Fenwich Egan’s 11 and Joseph DeVito with 10 points. Hoosic Valley’s Isaiah Eckler scored 21 points on the night, all from 3-point range.

Despite 26 points from Saratoga Central Catholic’s Mark Hmura, Hoosick Falls’ Jake Sparks was able to answer with 36 points in a 75-51 win. Connor Jones added 19 points for Hoosick Falls with Robbie Bolen III adding 14 points for Saratoga Central Catholic.

Oliver Niedzielski, Joe Roddy and Christian Jahnel each scored 16 points for Mekeel Chrstian as they edged Niskayuna 63-61 in non-league action. With the score tied at 25 at the half, Mekeel’s 20-14 third quarter run would prove to be the difference. Niskayuna’s Darian Parker scored a game-high 21 points with Gabe Eldaye and Owen Evans each adding 12 points.  


Tyler Mason rolled a 216-548 series to pace Schoharie past Duanesburg in Western Athletic Conference bowling action. Tyler Drexel led Duanesburg with his 235-652. Schoharie captured total pinfall 2,479-2,288.

Ryan Feliciano led Berne-Knox-Westerlo past OESJ with his 531 series. Isabel Handy rolled a 223-545 series to lead OESJ. BKW secured total pinfall 2,293-2,054.

Lucas Gannon and Benedetto Fusco each won individual events for Mohonasen/Schalmont, but Albany picked up a 94-90 non-league win in boys’ swimming action.

Gannon captured the 100- and 200-yard freestyle events with Fusco winning the 200-individual medley and 100-butterfly. Brayden Henkel captured the 50-freestyle and 100-breaststroke for Albany.

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