High schools: Marsden leads Broadalbin-Perth girls’ basketball to win


Mairead Marsden scored a game-high 22 points, and the Broadalbin-Perth girls’ basketball team held Hudson Falls to six first-half points in a 71-21 Foothills Council win on Saturday.

Summer Perry, Molly Russom and Camille Caledone each chipped in nine points for Broadalbin-Perth. Hudson Falls was led by Seneca Williamson, who finished with 10 points. 

In non-league play, Shenendehowa held off a furious late charge from Champlain Valley Union of Vermont for a 52-48 win. Kaleigh Montanez scored 11 points, Grace Cozzens scored 10 and both Maya Carpenter and Bri Carey scored eight for the Plainsmen, who survived to win despite being outscored 20-9 in the fourth quarter.

Shaker was beaten 55-26 by Our Lady of Lourdes. Mady Victoria scored a team-high seven points for Shaker.

Canajoharie fell 64-35 to Section III’s Dolgeville, which was led by 22 points from Kerisa Van Olst. Canajoharie got nine points from Soren Veit-Scott, and seven points apiece from Charlotte Nare and Megan Blakeslee.


A balanced Cobleskill-Richmondville team beat South Kortright 69-64 behind 22 points from Nick Petersen, 14 points apiece from Ty LaBarge and Zowen Collins, and 13 points from Ethan Wade.

Mekeel Christian Academy got 16 points apiece from Terrence Robinson and Nykim Taylor, but fell 55-51 to Eagle Academy.

Albany’s Christian Brothers Academy got 18 points from JJ Osinski and 13 from JT Vogel, but fell 69-61 to Syracuse’s CBA.


The Ballston Spa, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake and Cobleskill-Richmondville boys’ wrestling teams were unable to advance out of pool competition at the NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championships.

In Division 1, Ballston Spa and Burnt Hills both finished 1-1. Ballston Spa started its Pool B competition with a 35-32 win over East Islip, but fell 36-34 to Hilton with a berth in the semifinals on the line. Burnt Hills defeated Horseheads 36-30 in its first Pool C match, but then fell 54-15 to pool winner Wantagh.

In Division 2, Cobleskill-Richmondville went 0-2 in Pool A, falling 47-16 to Tioga and 49-18 to Chatauqua Lake-Westfield-Panama. Starpoint and Tioga won the Divison 1 and 2 championships, respectively.


Shenendehowa’s Raquelle Landa scored the individual victory by a minute and led her team to a championship at the Lake Placid Nordic Invitational.

Landa finished the Mount Van Hoevenberg course in 26 minutes, 30.1 seconds, and was backed up by teammates Courtney Krawiecki in fifth (28:46.5) and Iris Wiedmann in sixth (29:36). Other top area finishers were Saratoga Springs’ Emma Murray in fourth (28:31.8) and Johnstown’s Molly Sweeney in 10th (31:27.7).

Host Lake Placid won the boys’ team title behind a one-two sweep in the individual race. Mayfield’s Brice Williams was the top Section II finisher in fourth (22:33.8), with Guilderland’s Landon Kinal in seventh (22:52.8) and Johnstown’s Trey Naselli in ninth (23:08.5).


La Salle Institute beat the Storm 3-1 in a Capital District High School Hockey League contest. Dylan Bzdell scored for the Storm, off an assist from Robbie Stubbs.

Adirondack posted a 6-1 win over Albany Academy. Hogan Rinehimer scored the lone goal for Albany Academy.

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