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Baldwin helps keep Gloversville in first place

Baldwin helps keep Gloversville in first place

Matt Baldwin reached the career 1,000-point mark in the second quarter, and went 6-for-6 from the

Matt Baldwin reached the career 1,000-point mark in the second quarter, and went 6-for-6 from the line in the fourth to help Gloversville hold off Broadalbin-Perth, 42-37, in a key Foothills Council basketball game for both teams Wednesday night.

Baldwin hit a three-point basket to get to 1,000, and finished the night with 1,012 points after delivering a game-high 15. Eight came in the final period, when Broadalbin-Perth trimmed an eight-point deficit down to three.

Gabe Wells scored nine points, Malcolm Mathias netted six of his seven in the third quarter and Chris LeFever and Chad McCloskey both pulled down 10 rebounds as Gloversville (9-2, 15-2) maintained its share of first place while dropping Broadalbin-Perth (8-3, 12-5) into second.

Brian Blake scored 10 points for the Patriots, and Rob Norgard had 10 rebounds and five blocked shots.

Le Moyne-bound Jim Janson collected 19 points and 12 rebounds, and Scotia-Glenville (9-2, 15-2) kept its share of first place with a 69-32 victory over Johnstown.

Andy Bissonette just missed a double-double for the Tartans — who have won five in a row — with 12 points and nine rebounds. Rich Christman managed 13 points for the Sir Bills (3-8, 5-12).

In other Foothills Council games, South Glens Falls dealt Hudson Falls its third straight loss, 53-46, and Queensbury beat Glens Falls, 66-51.

Jordan Greene and Nate Uline scored 20 points apiece, and Kevin Donahue had the other 13 for South Glens Falls (5-6, 9-8). Ty Michaud led Hudson Falls (7-4, 12-5) with 16 points, while scoring leader Keven Donohue was limited to eight.

Ben Cronin put in 16 points, and Ryan Davis netted six of his 15 in a 20-11 third-quarter run for Queensbury (2-9, 4-13). Andy Burgess scored 11 points for Glens Falls (1-10, 2-14), and Matt Rowell and Keenan Round both added 10.

Austin Bateman scored 21 points, Brad Lyon had 12 points and 12 rebounds and Schuylerville (4-7, 6-10) surprised Wasaren League leader Hoosick Falls, 51-43.

The Black Horses outscored the Panthers (8-2, 12-3) in the third quarter, 15-4. Kevin McMahon and Kevin Gorman topped Hoosick Falls with 13 points apiece.

Alex Kugler struck for a career-high 33 points, and Hoosic Valley (5-6, 11-6) went 15-for-21 from the line in the fourth quarter to turn back Stillwater, 70-51. Nick D’Alberto scored 13 points for the Warriors (7-4, 10-7).

Cam Bullis and Jeremy Karker scored 18 and 13 points, respectively, and Schoharie kept Midleburgh winless in the Western Athletic Confrence with a 56-47 triumph. Joel Costello scored 11 points for the Knights.

GIRLS

Southern Division contender Berne-Knox-Westerlo rallied from a six-point halftime deficit to beat Sharon Springs, 52-37, in a Western Athletic Conference game.

Andrea Van Dyke led the Bulldogs (8-2, 10-5) with 15 points, Amber Pitcher connected for 13 and Jocelyn Mann added 12. Livy Tomaszewski scored 14 points for Sharon Springs (2-8, 6-9).

Sarah Blood and Emilie Liddle both scored six points and combined for 23 rebounds to lift Can­ajoharie (9-2, 11-5) past Duanesburg, 27-23, in a game matching Southern Division contenders.

Alyson Sanders scored nine points for Duanesburg (8-2, 10-5), which beat Canajoharie by 20 points earlier in the season.

Fonda-Fultonville (10-0, 15-1) moved within two wins of a Northern Division season sweep by beating Northville, 52-49, behind Paula Egelston’s 13 points and 16 rebounds.

Brittany Lasky and Alyssa Nowak both scored 11 points for the Braves, while Egelston broke a tie game on two free throws with 30 seconds left. Chelsea Paul sparked Northville (5-6, 8-7) with 27 points.

Katie Clayton and Margo Downs both notched 10 points, and Middleburgh beat Schoharie, 42-39. Sarah Lamoreaux scored 16 points for Schoharie.

Mallory Baum fired in 19 points, and Kelsey Logan scored seven of her 15 in an 18-6 fourth-quarter flurry as Fort Plain came back to beat Mayfield, 52-41.

BOYS

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

GLOVERSVILLE 42, BROADALBIN-PERTH 37

BROADALBIN-PERTH

S. Hathaway 1-3-6, D. Hathaway 2-0-4, Blake 3-2-10, Sheridan 1-0-2, Norgard 2-2-6, Boyles 3-0-6, Bush 1-0-3. Totals: 13-7-37.

GLOVERSVILLE

Baldwin 3-8-15, Wells 2-5-9, McCloskey 0-2-2, LeFever 1-4-6, Mathias 3-1-7, Van Alstyne 1-0-3. Totals: 10-20-42.

Broad.-Perth 4 10  6 17 — 37

Gloversville 3 14 11 14 — 42

Three-point goals: S. Hathaway, Blake 2, Bush, Baldwin, Van Alstyne.

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 69, JOHNSTOWN 32

JOHNSTOWN

Chirichio 2-0-6, Gordon 1-0-3, Yost 2-1-5, Empie 1-0-2, Bruce 1-0-2, Zidich 0-1-1, Christman 4-2-13. Totals: 11-4-32.

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE

Jerard 1-0-2, Ackley 1-2-5, Davenport 1-2-4, Winney 3-2-8, Alescio 2-0-4, Shapiro 3-0-6, Bissonette 4-4-14, Ferrari 3-1-8, Kinum 0-1-1, Janson 7-5-19. Totals: 25-17-69.

Johnstown  6 10  8  7 — 32

SG 15 18 17 19 — 69

Three-point goals: Chirichio 2, Gordon, Christman 3, Ackley, Ferrari.

SOUTH GLENS FALLS 53, HUDSON FALLS 46

SOUTH GLENS FALLS

Green 9-0-20, Uline 7-6-20, Donohue 5-1-13, Collier 0-0-0, Bovohurd 0-0-0. Totals: 21-7-53.

HUDSON FALLS

Ali 1-0-2, Raggi 1-0-2, Kelly 0-1-1, Ostrander 3-0-9, Sirowi 1-0-2, Donohue 4-0-8, Hammond 1-0-2, Michaud 7-0-16, DePalo 2-0-4. Totals: 20-1-46.

SGF 10 13 16 14 — 53

Hudson Falls 15 12  5 14 — 46

Three-point goals: Green 2, Donohue 2, Ostrander 3, Michaud 2.

QUEENSBURY 66, GLENS FALLS 51

QUEENSBURY

Coughlan 4-2-12, Johnson 4-2-12, Cronin 7-0-16, Davis 6-3-15, Orlando 1-0-2, Gleason 1-3-5, Homkey 2-0-4. Totals: 25-10-66.

GLENS FALLS

Burgess 4-3-11, Spilman 3-2-9, Hansen 1-1-3, Rowell 5-0-10, Round 4-2-10, Wadleigh 1-0-2, Hutcherson 0-2-2, Behan 1-0-2, White 1-0-2. Totals: 20-10-51.

Queensbury 18 14 20 14 — 66

Glens Falls 10 18 11 12 — 51

Three-point goals: Coughlan 2, Johnson 2, Cronin 2, Spilman.

WASAREN LEAGUE

SCHUYLERVILLE 51, HOOSICK FALLS 43

HOOSICK FALLS

McMahon 5-1-13, Rasmus 0-5-5, Shiland 2-0-6, Gorman 4-1-13, Bartolotta 2-0-6. Totals: 13-7-43.

SCHUYLERVILLE

Lyon 4-4-12, Bateman 6-5-21, Barber 2-2-6, Backus 2-5-9, McLenithan 0-1-1, Mariotti 0-2-2. Totals: 14-19-51.

Hoosick Falls 12 16  4 11 — 43

Schuylerville 15 11 15 10 — 51

Three-point goals: McMahon 2, Shiland 2, Gorman 4, Bartolotta 2, Bateman 4.

HOOSIC VALLEY 70, STILLWATER 51

STILLWATER

D’Alberto 4-5-13, Smith 2-4-8, Deuel 2-0-4, Byer 2-2-7, Izzo 5-1-11, Britt 1-0-2, Slocum 2-0-4, Warriner 1-0-2. Totals: 19-12-51.

HOOSIC VALLEY

Kugler 9-9-33, Neice 2-3-7, Pallozzi 3-3-10, Halloran 3-3-9, Kocienski 2-6-10, Molesky 0-1-1. Totals: 19-25-70.

Stillwater 11 14  6 20 — 51

Hoosic Valley 11 15 17 27 — 70

Three-point goals: Byer, Kugler 6, Pallozzi.

WAC

SCHOHARIE 56, MIDDLEBURGH 47

SCHOHARIE

Karker 4-2-13, Baker 2-0-4, Marabelle 2-1-5, Keller 1-4-6, Bullis 7-2-18, Miller 3-0-8, Quandt 1-0-2. Totals: 20-9-56.

MIDDLEBURGH

Bartell 1-0-2, Hoerz 4-0-9, Costello 5-0-11, Hodges 2-0-4, Roney 3-2-8, Crook 3-0-6, Ostrander 3-1-7. Totals: 21-3-47.

Schoharie 23 11  5 16 — 56

Middleburgh 9 15 17  6 — 47

Three-point goals: Karker 3, Bullis 2, Miller 2, Costello, Hoerz.

GIRLS

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

FONDA-FULTONVILLE 52, NORTHVILLE 49

FONDA-FULTONVILLE

Nowak 3-4-11, Baker 2-0-5, Lasky 3-2-11, LaPine 3-0-6, Gargiulo 3-0-6, Egelston 4-5-13. Totals: 18-11-52.

NORTHVILLE

Shields 1-0-2, Williams 2-0-4, A. Ryan 4-0-8, Ellsworth 1-0-2, Wadsworth 2-0-4, M. Ryan 1-0-2. Paul 11-3-27.

FF 13 10 11 18 — 52

Northville 12 12 12 13 — 49

Three-point goals: Nowak, Lasky 3, Paul 2.

BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 52, SHARON SPRINGS 37

SHARON SPRINGS

Johnstone 1-0-2, Tomaszewski 7-0-14, Judd 3-0-6, Varin 1-0-2, Quimby 3-3-9, Yuler 2-0-4. Totals: 17-3-37.

BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO

Bates 2-0-6, Pitcher 5-3-13, Mann 4-3-12, Wilson 1-0-2, Van Dyke 3-8-15, Springer 1-2-4. Totals: 16-16-52.

Sharon Springs  7 14  8  8 — 37

BKW 10  5 16 21 — 52

Three-point goals: Bates 2, Mann, Van Dyke.

CANAJOHARIE 27, DUANESBUEG 23

DUANESBURG

McGarry 1-1-3, Kuhl 1-2-4, Sanders 3-2-9, Tomeck 2-0-5, Degiule 1-0-2. Totals: 8-5-23.

CANAJOHARIE

Blood 1-3-6, Stahler 2-1-5, Liddle 3-0-6, Pank 1-2-5, Aldi 0-1-1, Mosher 2-0-4. Totals: 9-7-27.

Duanesburg 1 9  8 5 — 23

Canajoharie 9 3 11 4 — 27

Three-point goals: Sanders, Tomeck, Blood, Pank.

MIDDLEBURGH 42, SCHOHARIE 39

SCHOHARIE

Stark 0-1-1, Lamoreaux 6-4-16, Hoyt 3-4-12, Hotaling 1-0-2, Hausmann 2-0-4, Griffin 2-0-4. Totals: 14-9-39.

MIDDLEBURGH

Costello 1-3-5, Clayton 4-1-10, Van Kuren 2-4-8, Roney 1-0-2, Downs 3-3-10, Morgan 2-1-5, Hoeher 0-2-2. Totals: 13-14-42.

Schoharie  7 11 9 12 — 39

Middleburgh 12 12 9  9 — 42

Three-point goals: Hoyt 2, Clayton, Downs.

FORT PLAIN 52, MAYFIELD 41

FORT PLAIN

Baum 8-1-19, Logan 6-2-15, Voght 4-2-10, Gros 3-0-6, Compton 0-2-2. Totals: 21-7-52.

MAYFIELD

Warner 2-2-6, Mowrey 1-0-2, Morey 4-0-8, J. Brower 1-0-2, R. Brower 4-2-11, Manoogian 2-0-4, Ellis 2-0-4, Graudons 1-2-4. Totals: 17-6-41.

Fort Plain 13  8 13 18 — 52

Mayfield 11 12 12  6 — 41

Three-point goals: Baum 2, Logan, R. Brower.

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