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School basketball: Falcons, Saints perfect in WAC

Schenecady Christian and Sar­atoga Catholic remained unbeaten in Western Athletic Conference boys’ b

Schenecady Christian and Sar­atoga Catholic remained unbeaten in Western Athletic Conference boys’ basketball play Wedneeday night, and Scotia-Glenville kept its perfect Foothills Counil mark

intact with a triumph against short-handed Broadalbin-Perth.

Schenectady Christian got 22 points from Jake Bowman and 20 from Bryan Bishop in an 83-43 win over Middleburgh. The Southern Division-leading Falcons (6-0, 10-0), ranked No. 2 in the state in Class C, also got 14 points each from Steven Brundage and Petar Serafimovski. Pat Sheehan led Middleburgh (1-5, 2-7) with 17 points.

Pat O’Rourke scored 24 points, and Saratoga Catholic (6-0, 9-3), on top in the Northern Division, defeated St. Johnsville, 65-43.

Anthony Vicciarelli, Evan Springer and Jaxson Smith scored 13, 11 and 10 points, respectively, for St. Johnsville (3-3, 7-4).

In other WAC games, Southern Division runner-up Berne-Knox-Westerlo (5-1, 8-3) rallied for a 78-70 win over Canajoharie, while Schoharie (4-2, 6-5) beat Duanesburg,

59-50, and Mayfield (1-5, 1-11) earned its first victory, 54-51, at Galway.

Matt Lounsbury collected 20 points and seven assists for

Berne-Knox-Westerlo, David Sikule notched 16 points and Josh Skinner put in 15. Payton Stahler scored 23 points, and Adam Klock had 17 for the Cougars (2-4, 4-7).

Trevor Cummings had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Schoharie, Cameron Bullis also scored 14 and Kyle Martinez added 11. Chris Gaid­usek paced Duanesburg (3-3, 4-5) with 15 points, and Zach Edwards chipped in with 13.

Dusten Cross scored 16 points, and E-Jay Figueroa added 13 to propel Mayfield. Max Nicols scored 12 for Galway, and Jim Kerwin had 10.

Jim Janson scored 12 points and pulled down 14 rebounds as Scotia-Glenville (5-0, 9-2) posted a 45-33 win over Broadalbin-Perth, which was missing four players who were involved in an auto accident Tuesday. Dan Schulz led the Patriots

(2-3, 7-4) with 10 points.

Christopher LeFever scored 13 points, Matt Baldwin delivered 12 and Gloversville (3-2, 5-6) held off Johnstown, 56-54.

Gabe Wells and Ryan McCloskey both had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Dragons. Jordan Hill and Adam Clute both scored 18 points for the Sir Bills (2-3, 4-7), with Clute snaring 12 rebounds.

Ty Michaud had 26 points and six assists as Hudson Falls (2-3, 7-4) defeated Queensbury, 84-66.

Glens Falls (3-2, 3-9) beat South Glens Falls behind Jared Woodell’s 22 points, 69-61.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

SCHENECTADY CHRISTIAN 83,

MIDDLEBURGH 43

MIDDLEBURGH

Bartel 3-0-6, Hoerz 1-1-3, Sheehan 7-1-17, Ostrander 1-0-2, Russell 2-0-4, Roney 3-1-9, Crook 1-0-2. Totals: 18-3-43.

SCHENECTADY CHRISTIAN

Gallup 1-0-2, Brundage 3-7-14, Collins 0-1-1, Serafimovski 5-2-14, Compton 1-0-2, Bowman 9-1-22, Bishop 6-3-20, McCarty 2-3-7. Totals: 27-17-83.

Middleburgh  8 16  8 11 — 43

Schenectady Christian 15 19 25 24 — 83

Three-point goals: Sheehan 2, Roney 2, Brundage, Serafimovski 2, Bowman 3, Bishop 5.

SCHOHARIE 59, DUANESBURG 50

DUANESBURG

Csontos 1-1-3, Edwards 4-4-13, McMullen 4-1-9, Schiavone 3-0-8, Boyd 1-0-2, Gaidusek 6-0-15. Totals: 19-6-50.

SCHOHARIE

Martinez 4-3-11, Cummings 6-2-14, Hurn 1-0-2, Karker 2-0-5, Bradt 1-2-4, Ryan 1-0-3, Bullis 5-2-14, Baker 1-4-6. Totals: 21-13-59.

Duanesburg 19  9 12 10 — 50

Schoharie 21 10 15 13 — 59

Three-point goals: Gaidusek 3, Schiavone 2, Edwards, Bullis 2, Karker, Ryan.

SARATOGA CATHOLIC 65,

ST. JOHNSVILLE 43

SARATOGA CATHOLIC

P. O’Rourke 9-2-24, Knotek 4-0-8,

K. O’Rourke 4-0-8, Carlson 4-1-9, Flinton 1-2-4, D. O’Rourke 3-0-6, Valenty 2-1-5, Johnson 0-1-1. Totals: 27-7-65.

ST. JOHNSVILLE

Springer 5-0-11, Vicciarelli 5-3-13, Betnz 1-0-2, Dygert 2-3-7, Smith 4-1-10. Totals: 17-7-43.

Saratoga Catholic 18 11 21 15 — 65

St. Johnsville  4 15 13 11 — 43

Three-point goals: P. O’Rourke 4, Springer, Smith.

MAYFIELD 54, GALWAY 51

MAYFIELD

Cross 6-1-16, Figueroa 6-1-13, Hennessy 3-2-8, Hoagboon 2-3-7, Rose 1-0-3, Toscano 3-0-7. Totals: 21-7-54

GALWAY

Cowper 4-1-9, Wilday 4-0-9, Kerwin 5-0-10, Nicols 5-2-12, Ferguson 4-1-9, Stover 1-0-2. Totals: 23-4-51.

Mayfield 12 14 15 13 — 54

Galway 16 12 10 13 — 51

Three-point goals: Cross 3, Rose, Tos­cano, Wilday.

BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 78,

CANAJOHARIE 70

CANAJOHARIE

Hill 4-1-9, Kane 1-0-2, Klock 6-0-17, Moshier 1-2-4, O’Neill 1-2-4, Stahler 8-6-23, Taylor 0-2-2, Weaver 4-1-9. Totals: 25-14-70.

BKW

Conklin 2-0-4, Cunningham 1-0-2, Burton 3-5-11, Mulson 3-0-6, Skinner 3-6-15, Sikule 3-9-16, Prescott 2-0-4, Lounsberry 8-2-20. Totals: 25-22-78.

Canajoharie 17 13 16 24 — 70

BKW 13 28 16 21 — 78

Three-point goals: Klock 5, Stahler, Skinner 3, Lounsberry 2, Sikule.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

GLOVERSVILLE 56, JOHNSTOWN 54

JOHNSTOWN

Bruce 4-1-10, Hill 7-3-18, Roth 1-0-3, Clute 8-2-18, Curtis 2-1-5. Totals: 22-7-54.

GLOVERSVILLE

Wells 3-5-11, Baldwin 3-5-12, McCloskey 5-1-11, LeFever 4-3-13, Mathias 2-4-9.

Totals: 17-18-56.

Johnstown 8 10 15 21 — 54

Gloversville 18  6 18 14 — 56

Three-point goals: Bruce, Hill, Roth, LeFever 2, Baldwin, Mathias.

HUDSON FALLS 84, QUEENSBURY 66

QUEENSBURY

Agans 5-0-10, Conine 1-0-3, Fortier 2-0-4, Henderson 12-0-27, Hooper 3-3-9, McAllister 1-2-4, O’Brien 1-1-3, Grundler 3-0-6.

Totals: 28-6-66.

HUDSON FALLS

Armstrong 2-1-6, Pasco 5-3-17, Donohue 4-2-11, Michaud 7-5-26, Raggi 3-1-7, Martin 5-1-11, Ostrander 2-0-6. Totals: 28-13-84.

Queensbury 12 17 21 16 — 66

Hudson Falls 24 23 19 18 — 84

Three-point goals: Henderson 3, Armstrong, Pasco 4, Donohue, Michaud 6, Ost­rander 2.

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 45,

BROADALBIN-PERTH 33

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE

Stopera 3-0-8, Lindsay 1-0-3, Cremo 1-0-2, Shapiro 2-3-7, Alescio 3-0-7, Ferrari 3-0-6, Janson 5-2-12. Totals: 18-5-45.

BROADALBIN-PERTH

Schulz 4-0-10, Norgard 4-0-8, Hart 1-0-2, Boyles 3-1-7, Sawyer 0-1-1, Bush 2-0-5.

Totals: 14-2-33.

Scotia-Glenville 10 13 8 14 — 45

Broadalbin-Perth  9  4 10 10 — 33

Three-point goals: Stopera 2, Lindsay, Alescio, Schulz 2, Bush.

GLENS FALLS 69, SOUTH GLENS FALLS 61

GLENS FALLS

Barton 3-1-7, Hanson 1-0-3, Patterson 3-4-10, Prunty 1-2-4, Rodriguez 3-4-13, Round 4-2-10, Woodell 7-5-22. Totals: 22-18-69.

SOUTH GLENS FALLS

Barber 3-3-9, Chapman 2-0-4, Coffinger 3-6-12, Collier 1-0-2, K. Donahue 3-1-7, P. Donahue 2-0-5, Greene 4-5-14, Uline 3-2-8. Totals: 21-16-61.

Glens Falls 8 17 25 19 — 69

South Glens Falls 9 11 23 18 — 61

Three-point goals: Hanson, Rodriguez 3, Woodell 3, P. Donahie, Greene.

ADIRONDACK LEAGUE

WHITEHALL 55, CORINTH 46

CORINTH

Saunders 5-0-11, Sims 1-0-2, Hernandez 1-0-2, Armstrong 1-1-3, Rizzi 7-8-22, Tucker 1-4-6. Totals: 16-13-46.

WHITEHALL

Lipka 6-8-21, Grennier 3-0-6, Bascue 4-0-10, Hoagland 5-4-14, E. McKee 0-1-1,

M. McKee 1-1-3. Totals: 19-14-55.

Corinth 12 14 14  6 — 46

Whitehall  7 12 18 18 — 55

Three-point goals: Saunders, Lipka, Bascue 2.

Tuesday

CHVL

HEATLY 52, WATERFORD-HALFMOON 42

WATERFORD

Terry 6-3-17, J. Iachetta 2-0-4, Yattaw 2-2-7, Hilton 4-0-8, D. Iachetta 2-0-6. Totals: 16-5-42.

HEATLY

Wittmann 4-9-18, Medina 3-0-6, Fish 6-0-14, Pringle 2-2-6, Kinney 1-0-2, Heffern 2-0-6. Totals: 18-11-52.

Waterford  5  7 11 19 — 42

Heatly 14 12  4 22 — 52

Three-point goals: Terry 2, Yattaw,

D. Iachetta, Wittmann, Fish 2, Heffern 2.

GIRLS

CHVL

ALBANY ACADEMY 59, NEW LEBANON 39

ALBANY ACADEMY

Buran 6-1-13, Cioffi 7-11-25, Carman 5-2-14, Verde 1-1-3, Eglow 0-2-2, Downie 1-0-2. Totals: 20-17-59.

NEW LEBANON

Colon 4-1-9, Gavrity 1-0-3, M. Springer 1-0-2, Furlano 5-5-15, Carpinello 2-0-4, H. Springer 3-0-6. Totals: 16-6-39.

Albany Academy 10 18 14 17 — 59

New Lebanon 17  3 15  4 — 39

Three-point goals: Carman 2, Gavrity.

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