High schools: Chudy gets triple-double as Saratoga girls’ basketball defeats Shaker


Tash Chudy recorded a triple-double, with 16 points, 21 rebounds and 12 assists as Saratoga Springs defeated Shaker 58-48 in Suburban Council girls’ basketball on Friday night.

Carly Wise led the Blue Streaks with 21 points, and Jamie Martino scored 15 for the Blue Bison.

Shenendehowa built a 26-12 halftime lead and went on to beat Troy 54-35, as Bri Carey led a balanced Shen offense with 11 points.

Shonyae Edmonds had 18 points and 10 rebounds as Albany topped Schenectady 72-33.

Bethlehem downed Colonie 51-41, as Caroline Davis scored 13 points for the Eagles and Anna Walston and Kate Bannigan each scored 10. Isabella Franchi led Colonie with 15 points.

Taylor Holohan scored 36 points to lead Averill Park to a 74-43 victory over Guilderland.

In the Western Athletic Conference, Duanesburg defeated Fonda-Fultonville 47-36 behind 19 points from Hannah Mulhern and 18 points from Allison O’Hanlon.

In the Colonial Council, Karissa Antione scored 28 points to lead Schalmont to a 54-26 victory over Holy Names.

Alex Leonard scored 10 points to help Albany Academy defeat Cobleskill-Richmondville 54-24. Megan Ellis led the Bulldogs with 15 points.

Voorheesville downed Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 52-31, as Mia Carmody scored 20 points for the Blackbirds. Hannah Vanderzee scored 24 points for Ravena.

Tanner Eiseman scored 14 points, and Allie Kenyon scored 11 to help Mechanicville defeat Hoosic Valley in the Wasaren League.


Ballston Spa led by just one point heading into the fourth quarter, but erupted for 31 points to defeat Columbia 81-70 in Suburban Council boys’ basketball.

Nicholas Verdile led the Scotties with 29 points, and Michael Miller scored 17.Ian Fisher Layton scored 20 points for the Blue Devils, Zander Poissaint scored 19 and Evan Rainville scored 18.

Niskayuna got past CBA 45-40, as Sam Booth scored 18 points for Niskayuna and Daniel Smalls scored 14.

Nick Ruf scored 14 points to help Guilderland defeat Averill Park 41-38.

Bethlehem topped Colonie 66-48 behind 24 points from Braden LaClair.

Koa Butler scored 10 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter as LaSalle made a big comeback to beat Schalmont 71-64 in the Colonial Council.

The Sabres took a 57-48 lead into the fourth quarter after Isaiah Smith scored 13 of his 30 points in the third quarter.


Johnstown outscored Queensbury 4-2 in overtime to pull out a 60-58 victory in Foothills Council boys’ basketball.

Braden Jones led the Sir Bills with 21 points, Ryan Hoyt scored 16 and Matthew Wheelis added 13 points. Trevon Bailey led Queensbury with 18 points, and Ryan Blanchard scored 15.

Broadalbin-Perth trailed 27-22 at halftime, but outscored Scotia-Glenville 45-22 in the second half for a 67-49 victory.

Landon Russom led the Patriots with 24 points, Ryan Savoie had 16 points and Sam Hotaling scored 13. Eddie Bradt led the Tartans with 24 points.

Peyton Smith scored 23 points and Noah Williamson scored 18 as Hudson Falls defeated South Glens Falls 74-44 to improve to 8-1 in the Foothills Council and 12-2 overall.


In the Western Athletic Conference, Northville improved to 7-3 in the league and 12-3 overall with a 41-31 victory over Mayfield in a game that was tied through three quarters.

Evan Tamulaitis scored 17 points for Northville, and Jacob Frank scored 13. Trevor Ruberti led Mayfield with 12 points.

Galway topped Schoharie 57-39, as Josh Lovelass scored 25 points for Galway and Joe DeVellis added 10. Preston DiGiovanni led Schoharie with 18 points.

The one-two punch of AJ Wright (33 points) and Dayne Coates (22) was too much for Canajoharie, as Berne-Knox-Westerlo won 82-54. Antonio Fairley, who made 13 of 16 free throws, finished with 35 points for Canajoharie.

Ronan Rowe scored 15 points as Saratoga Catholic edged Hoosick Falls 43-41 in the Wasaren League.

Hoosic Valley outscored Mechanicville 16-4 in the fourth quarter to win 56-46. Tyler Eddy scored 23 points for Hoosic Valley.


Schoharie High senior Zoey Lints, wrestling for the merged Duanesburg/Schoharie program, won a 7-3 decision at 138 pounds in the finals of the inaugural NYSPHSAA Girls’ Wrestling Invitational at SRC Arena in Syracuse on Friday.

Lints got through Round 1, the quarterfinals and semifinals with pins in a combined total time of 85 seconds, then won a decision over junior Selina Moore of Sherburne-Earlville.

The other winner from Section II was Shenendehowa junior Isabella Gretzinger, who pinned her way to the 152 final before scoring a major decision over Liverpool’s Gabby Gonzales.

The tournament isn’t a full state championship, as girls’ wrestling is making its NYSPHSAA debut under “emerging sport” status this winter. There are sanctioned state championships for girls’ wrestling in 37 of 50 states.


After a scoreless first period, Bayley Duffy scored nine seconds into the second period assisted by Jenna Amodio, and Rowan Lochner-Fehl and Lillian Willis each added a goal before the end of the second as the Adirondack United defeated Massena 4-1 in a non-league girls’ ice hockey game.

Duffy scored another goal in the third. Amodio finished with 3 assists and Tekla Fine-Lease had two assists for the United, who improved to 13-1.


Bryan Williams broke a 2-2 tie on assists from Fred Hicks and Thomas Hall, and Shenendehowa went on to defeat Christian Brothers Academy 4-2 in a Capital District High School Hockey League game at the Albany County Hockey Facility.

Nathan Wolfe had a goal and an assist as the Plainsmen went ahead 2-0, but the Brother tied it in the third period on goals by Jake Hammond and Mason Famulare. Kyril Morgoslepov assisted on both of those goals.


Raquelle Landa and Courtney Krawiecki finished first and second, respectively, to lead the Shenendehowa girls’ to a victory in the Lake George/Glens Falls Nordic Invitational at Gore Mountain.

The Queensbury boys won the team title, as the Spartans’ Patrick Cirillo won the individual race by 8.1 seconds over Mayfield’s Brice Williams.

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