High Schools: Trio leads Mohonasen girls’ basketball to big win over Lansingburgh

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Isabella Clute led Mohonasen girls’ basketball to a 61-22 Colonial Council victory over Lansingburgh Thursday. Clute poured in 20 points, and Isabella Petrocci and Payton Whipple each had 15, including a combined seven 3-pointers. Adrianna Sheppe led the Knights with 10 points.

Catholic Central toughed out the first quarter before steadily pulling away for a 50-27 victory over Cohoes. Tanavia Turpin scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Crusaders.

Amsterdam celebrated its six seniors with a 63-46 Foothills Council win over Gloversville. The Lady Rams were led by 14 points each from Annie Fedullo and Felise Fowler. Each senior made their way onto the scoresheet. Zoie Tesi led the Dragons with 14 points.

Strong third-quarter defense led Broadalbin-Perth past Scotia-Glenville 57-42 in Foothills Council action, overcoming 21 points from the Tartans’ Karaline McCarthy. Molly Russom led the Patriots with 15.

Queensbury stifled Johnstown 66-4, allowing all four points in the first quarter. Kendra Ballard scored 14 points for the Spartans. Dyllan Ray added 10, along with eight rebounds, six steals and five assists.

Eliana York scored 16 of her game-high 18 points in the second half to lead Warrensburg in a 43-32 non-league win over Galway. Grace O’Brien led the Golden Eagles with nine points and eight rebounds.


Schenectady picked up a 69-46 non-league boys’ basketball win over Scotia-Glenville. Damari Holder knocked down four 3-pointers en route to a 20-point night for the Patriots. Jasceon Taylor scored in double figures, as well, with 14 points.

Fonda-Fultonville rolled past Greenville 72-29 in a Coaches vs. Cancer game at Fulton-Montgomery Community College Thursday. Brady Melious led the Braves with 18 points followed by Jackson Cusack with 16.

Tamarac overcame a huge night from Stillwater’s Lukas Lilac in order to capture a 81-61 Wasaren League win. Lilac scored 31 points, including six 3-pointers, for Warriors, who got out to a 20-9 first-quarter lead. But, Joey Poulin led four Bengals in double figures with 24 points.


It took overtime, but not much of it, for Adirondack United girls’ ice hockey team to clinch its first regular season league title in its first season, 3-2, over Franklin Academy. Bayley Duffy delivered the game-winning goal, her second of the game. Lillian Willis also scored for Adirondack and Ava Reynolds saved 25 shots in net.

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