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Murphy-led Lady Eagles knock off Bison

Murphy-led Lady Eagles knock off Bison

In a battle of Suburban Council division leaders, Bethlehem used 21 points from Bridget Murphy and 1

In a battle of Suburban Council division leaders, Bethlehem used 21 points from Bridget Murphy and 14 from Kaylee Eckert to top previously unbeaten Shaker, 53-40, Friday night.

The Eagles improved to 13-0 overall, while Shaker fell to 12-1. Jenny Barra scored 13, and Mad­ison Rowland tallied 11 for the Blue Bison.

Kelly Donnelly converted eight of 10 shots from the free-throw line and finished with 18 points to help Averill Park rally past visiting Shenendehowa, 40-36.

The Warriors improved to 9-2 in the SC and 10-3 overall. The Lady Plainsmen, topped by Carly Boland and Madison Shea with 14 and 12 points, respectively, dropped to 6-4 and 8-4.

Sydnie Rosales struck for 18 points, and Nicole Riddick contributed 12 as Colonie pounded visiting Ballston Spa, 53-23.

The Garnet Raiders took command with a 20-4 first-quarter run.

Emily Sischo and Shannon Mackelsey combined for 27 points as Guilderland edged Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 49-38.

Host Columbia (5-6, 6-7) rode 11 points from Sarah Jaromin and 10 from Naslasja Johnston to beat Saratoga Springs, 47-31.

Mohonasen (3-8, 5-8) used 17 points from Kelsey Cowell and 12 apiece from Saeeda Abdul-Aziz and Maddie Egan to clip Niskayuna, 51-40.

The Mighty Warriors dominated at the free-throw line with 21 foul shots, compared to just five for the Silver Warriors.

Albany improved to 9-0 in the Big and 14-1 overall with a 70-14 victory over Schenectady.

Cara Waterson poured in 17 points, and Elma Willingham-Hurst added 16 for the Falcons.

In another Big 10 matchup, Mary Pattison registered 11 points, and Kianna Patterson tallied 10 in Troy’s 48-31 victory over Catholic Central.

The Flying Horses improved to 8-1 in the league and 10-2 overall. Catholic Central fell to 6-3 and 9-3.

Syndey Coon poured in 21 points, and the Bulldogs made 24 free throws en route to a 53-36 Foothills Council triumph over host Johnstown.

Alexis Smith and Kasey O’Brien added 11 and 10 points (all at the line), respectively, for the 5-3, 9-4 Bulldogs. Emma Heroth’s 14 points paced 2-6, 5-7 Johnstown.

Nicole Sheloski netted 13 points, and Ellie Gonyeau clicked for 12 more in Hudson Falls’ 51-39 win over Scotia-Glenville.

Nicole Conley scored 15 of her 16 points in the second half for the Tartans (4-4, 5-8).

Aisling McAllister tossed in 18 points, and Jill Davis chipped in with 17 as Queensbury hammered Broadalbin-Perth, 59-47.

The Spartans took a 22-7 lead after a period. Kaitlin Wood produced 21 points for the Patriots.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo (8-0, 12-1) clinched the Western Athletic Conference South title with a 74-57 victory over Middleburgh.

Liz Harvey poured in 29 points, Mikela McCormick notched 13 points, and Mary Salo contributed 10 points and 10 blocks for the Lady Bulldogs.

Amanda Roney topped the Knights with 15 points.

In another Western Athletic Conference game, Macie Holmes poured in 20 points to lead Mekeel Christian Academy to a comfortable 75-22 victory over Sharon Springs.

Lexie Rychick and Emily Taplin added 15 and 14 points, respectively, for the 4-4. 8-6 Lions, who connected for seven three-pointers. The Spartans dropped to 0-13.

Abby Boyer, Haley Kilmartin and Allehah Van Loan combined for 43 points as Fort Plain crushed Northville, 44-18.

Boyer finished with a game-high 17 points for the 10-0, 13-1 Hilltoppers.

Maddy Kenyon’s 18 points lifted Duanesburg over Schoharie, 59-34.

The Eagles (4-3, 8-4) also got 13 points apiece from Steph Rice and Rachel Gamache. Emily Gaige scored 12 for Schoharie (3-5, 6-7).

Kelly Pine’s 21 points powered Hoosick Falls past Granville, 71-18, in the Wasaren League.

Olivia Schneider added 10 points for the Panthers, who took a 27-2 first-quarter lead and then blanked the Golden Horde, 18-0, in the second period.

Mariah Linnett tossed in 22 points to power Greenwich over Cambridge, 63-39, in another Wasaren game.

Jenna Erickson fired in 17 points, while Briana Matazinsky and Adiya Henderson combined for 25 more to lift 13-1 Tamarac over Hoosic Valley, 50-46.

Cassidy Chapko poured in a game-high 27 points for the 11-3 Indians.

In the Adirondack League, Kayla Prosser fired in 15 points, and Reba Tracy added 10 to help Lake George edge Corinth, 38-31.

The Warriors improved to 8-3 and 9-3. Hannah Murphy’s 13 points and 15 rebounds paced the 7-5, 8-5 Tomahawks.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

COLONIE 53, BALLSTON SPA 23

BALLSTON SPA

Gallo 1-6-9, Groat 2-0-4, Hansen 2-0-6, Hipwell 1-0-2, McMahon 1-0-2. Totals: 7-6-23.

COLONIE

Alexander 1-0-2, Blum 2-1-5, Dyer 0-5-5, Lane 1-0-2, Paeglow 1-0-2, Riddick 6-0-12, Rosales 7-1-18, Welch 2-2-7. Totals: 20-9-53.

Ballston Spa  4  7 10   2 — 23

Colonie 20 15 14  4 — 53

Three-point goals: Gallo, Hansen 2, Rosales 3, Welch.

GUILDERLAND 49, BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 38

BURNT HILLS

Gallagher 3-2-9, Comley 5-7-17, Sullivan 4-0-8, Thureau 2-0-4. Totals: 14-9-38.

GUILDERLAND

Kaczkowski 0-2-2, Mackesey 3-7-13, Bauman 1-2-4, Eckerhardt 2-0-4, Corbett 0-5-5, Madsen 2-0-5, Edwards 1-0-2, Sischo 6-2-14. Totals: 15-18-49.

Burnt Hills 12 10  6 10 — 38

Guilderland 16  9 13 11 — 49

Three-point goals: Gallagher, Madsen.

AVERILL PARK 40, SHENENDEHOWA 36

SHENENDEHOWA

Shea 5-0-12, Marsal 1-2-4, Acker 1-2-4, Saqngare 0-2-2, Boland 4-5-14. Totals: 11-11-36.

AVERILL PARK

Miner 1-0-2, Donnelly 5-8-18, VanRoy 2-2-6, Horton 2-1-5, Nunziato 1-1-3, Wood 3-0-6. Totals: 14-12-40.

Shenendehowa 9 11 10  6 — 36

Averill Park 8 14  7 11 — 40

Three-point goals: Shea 2, Boland.

BETHLEHEM 53, SHAKER 40

SHAKER

Barra 5-0-13, Gambles 2-0-5, Holland 2-1-5, Ma. Rowland 4-2-11, Me. Rowland 1-0-2, VanAmerongen 2-0-4. Totals: 16-3-40.

BETHLEHEM

G. Giacone 1-0-2, J. Giacone 2-3-8, Hughes 1-0-2, McKenna 1-0-2, Murphy 9-0-21, O’Donnnell 2-0-4, Rickert 6-0-14. Totals: 22-3-53.

Shaker 14 7 12  7 — 40

Bethlehem 13 9 17 14 — 53

Three-point goals: Barra 3, Gambles, Ma. Rowland, J. Giacone, Murphy 3, Rickert 2.

COLUMBIA 47, SARATOGA SPRINGS 31

SARATOGA

Rutz 1-0-3, Mahoney 0-3-3, Petruccione 5-2-12, Klotz 2-1-5, Signor 0-1-1, Plummer 3-1-7. Totals: 11-8-31.

COLUMBIA

Jaromin 4-0-11, Constanza 3-0-7, LaPoint 2-0-4, Matthews 2-1-5, Johnston 5-0-10, Durivage 3-0-8, Crock 1-0-2. Totals: 20-1-47.

Saratoga  7  4  7 17 — 31

Columbia 14 14 13  6 — 47

Three-point goals: Rutz, Jaromin 3, Constanza, Durivage 2.

MOHONASEN 51, NISKAYUNA 40

NISKAYUNA

Atchinson 1-0-3, Selin 3-0-7, O’Brien 3-0-6, Benton 3-2-10, Davidson 4-1-9, Perrin 1-0-2, Bodmer 1-0-3. Totals: 17-5-40.

MOHONASEN

Abdul-Aziz 4-3-12, Cowell 5-6-17, Egan 2-7-12, Lupi 1-3-5, Miller 3-2-5. Totals: 15-21-51.

Niskayuna  7 12 14  7 — 40

Mohonasen 13 11 13 14 — 51

Three-point goals: Atchinson, Selin, Benton 2, Bodmer, Abdul-Aziz, Cowell, Egan, Miller 2.

BIG 10

ALBANY 70, SCHENECTADY 14

SCHENECTADY

McFarline 1-0-3, Rodriguez 1-1-3, DeFruscio 1-0-2, Terry 1-0-2, Durham 1-0-2, Nowak 1-0-2. Totals: 6-1-14.

ALBANY

Greer 2-4-8, Waterson 7-0-17, Wilson 3-1-7, Willingham-Hurst 7-2-16, Terrell 4-0-8, Canty 4-0-8, Valentine 1-0-2, Chandler 2-0-4. Totals: 32-3-70.

Schenectady  1  7  6  0 — 14

Albany 26 20 13 11 — 70

Three-point goals: McFarline, Waterson 3.

TROY 48, CATHOLIC CENTRAL 31

CATHOLIC CENTRAL

Welch 1-1-4, Gillespie 3-1-8, Duncan 1-0-3, Parcell 0-6-6, McFerran 3-0-6, Schnellbaecher 0-1-1. Totals: 8-11-31.

TROY

Driscoll 0-2-2, Pattison 5-1-11, Patterson 3-1-10, Hanlon 1-0-2, Frierson 2-0-4, Bertrand 0-1-1, Avery 4-0-8, Knockwood 2-0-4, Hallett 0-1-1, Williams 2-2-6. Totals: 19-9-48.

Catholic Central 12 7 3  9 — 31

Troy 23 6 9 10 — 48

Three-point goals: Patterson 3, Welch, Gillespie, Duncan.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

SOUTH GLENS FALLS 53, JOHNSTOWN 36

SO. GLENS FALLS

Coon 6-5-21, O’Brien 0-10-10, Higgins 3-2-8, Curley 1-0-3, Smith 2-7-11. Totals: 12-24-53.

JOHNSTOWN

Cirillo 1-5-7, Swatt 1-2-5, Cerasulo 0-2-2, Heroth 6-2-14, Stock 0-2-2, Hohenforst 1-0-2, O’Rourke 1-2-4. Totals: 10-15-36.

So. Glens Falls 18 15 7 13 — 53

Johnstown 11 11 6  8 — 36

Three-point goals: Swatt, Coon 4, Curley.

HUDSON FALLS 51, SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 39

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE

Conley 6-4-16, Carroll 1-1-3, Dwyer 0-2-2, Estes 1-2-4, MacDonald 4-1-9, Caey 2-1-5. Totals: 14-11-39.

HUDSON FALLS

Batschelder 2-0-5, Forcier 3-1-7, Gonyeau 5-2-17, Girard 3-0-6, Casey 1-3-5, Heym 1-0-3, Sheloski 6-1-13. Toalts: 21-7-51.

Scotia-Glenville 3 12 13 11 — 39

Hudson Falls 8 11 23  9 — 51

Three-point goals: Batchelder.

QUEENSBURY 59, BROADALBIN-PERTH 47

BROADALBIN-PERTH

Orapello 2-0-5, Gifford 2-0-4, Westfall 1-3-5, Traver 1-0-2, Herba 3-2-8, Wood 7-4-21, Decker 1-0-2. Totals: 17-9-47.

QUEENSBURY

Davis 7-3-17, McAlllister 7-3-18, Carota 3-0-6, L. Rodriguez 3-0-6, A. Rodriguez 1-0-2, Hurley 2-1-5, O’Connor 1-0-2, Nelson 1-0-3. Totals: 25-7-47.

Broadalbin-Perth  7 16 12 12 — 47

Queensbury 22 17  9 11 — 59

Three-point goals: McAllister, Nelson, Orapello, Wood 3.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 75, SHARON SPRINGS 22

MEKEEL

Bath 1-0-3, Pigliavanto 2-0-4, Taplin 6-2-14, Barratiere 1-0-3, M. Holmes 8-1-20, L. Holmes 3-1-7, Rychick 5-4-15, McCarty 4-0-9. Totals: 30-8-75.

SHARON SPRINGS

Entrolezo 1-0-2, Cross 4-0-8, VanArsdale 1-0-2, Daignault 2-0-4, Sydow 1-0-2, Trigg 1-0-2, Benoit 1-0-2. Totals: 11-0-22.

Mekeel 17 16 21 21 — 75

Sharon Springs  6  6  4  6 — 22

Three-point goals: Bath, Barratiere, M. Holmes 3, Rychick, McCarty.

FORT PLAIN 44, NORTHVILLE 18

NORTHVILLE

Van Nostrand 3-0-6, Wadsworth 4-2-10, Ellsworth 1-0-2. Totals: 8-2-18.

FORT PLAIN

Van Loan 4-3-11, Tremblay 0-1-1, Kilmartin 3-6-15, Boyer 5-7-17. Totals: 12-17-44.

Northville 2  8  2 6 — 18

Fort Plain 6 14 15 9 — 44

Three-point goals: Kilmartin 3.

BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 74, MIDDLEBURGH 57

MIDDLEBURGH

Paser 2-4-8, McCoy 2-1-6, Miller 1-0-2, Ryan 6-0-13, Roney 7-0-15, Wood 1-0-2, Cater 5-0-11. Totals: 24-5-57.

BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO

McCormick 5-2-13, Abbott 5-0-12, Britton 2-1-5, Harvey 9-8-29, Cunningham 2-0-4, K. Salo 1-0-2, M. Salo 5-0-10. Totals: 29-11-74.

Middleburgh 11 10 15 21 — 57

BKW 17 21 21 15 — 74

Three-point goals: McCoy, Ryan, Roney, Cater, Harvey 3, Abbott 2, McCormick.

DUANESBURG 59, SCHOHARIE 34

DUANESBURG

Antillon 2-0-4, Baines 1-0-2, Kenyon 7-4-18, Powers 2-0-5, Rice 5-2-13, Isabella 1-0-2, Nicolella 0-2-2, Gamache 6-1-13. Totals: 24-9-59.

SCHOHARIE

Archer 3-0-6, Bowersox 4-0-8, Sackett 1-0-2, Gaige 4-2-12, Blyth 1-0-2, Gathen 2-0-4. Totals: 15-2-34.

Duanesburg 11 9 18 21 — 59

Schoharie 10 3 14  7 — 34

Three-point goals: Powers, Rice, Gaige 2.

WASAREN LEAGUE

HOOSICK FALLS 71, GRANVILLE 18

GRANVILLE

Baker 4-4-13, Moore 1-0-2, Reed 1-1-3. Totals: 6-5-18.

HOOSICK FALLS

R. Pine 2-3-8, Pearson 3-3-9, Schneider 4-2-10, Williams 4-0-9, Everard 2-1-5, St. Onge 1-0-2, hayes 3-0-7, K. Pine 10-2-21. Totals: 29-10-71.

Granville  2  0  7  9 — 18

Hoosick Falls 27 18 13 13 — 71

Three-point goals: Baker, Williams, Hayes.

GREENWICH 63, CAMBRIDGE 39

CAMBRIDGE

Dupuis 2-0-4, To. Clark 3-0-6, Ta. Clark 1-0-2, Brand 1-0-2, Murray 4-0-8, Cuddihy 2-5-9, Brownell 2-2-7, LaFlamme 0-1-1. Totals: 15-8-39.

GREENWICH

Linnett 10-0-22, Maines 5-4-14, Schafer 0-1-1, Whitehouse 4-0-9, Beck 3-0-9, Nolan 2-0-4, Foster 2-0-4. Totals: 26-5-63.

Cambridge 18 10  5  4 — 39

Greenwich 28 10 18 17 — 63

Three-point goals: Linnett 2, Whitehouse, Beck 3, Brownell.

TAMARAC 50, HOOSIC VALLEY 46

HOOSIC VALLEY

Chapko 11-3-27, Connors 0-2-2, Fitzpatrick 4-0-12, Kocienski 1-0-3, Madigan 1-0-2. Totals: 17-5-46.

TAMARAC

Casale 1-0-2, Erickson 6-3-17, Henderson 5-2-12, Matala 1-0-2, Matazisky 4-5-13, Mitchell 1-2-4. Totals: 18-12-50.

Hoosic Valley 14  4 13 15 — 46

Tamarac  8 18 10 14 — 50

Three-point goals: Chapko 2, Fitzpatrick 4, Kocienski, Erickson 2.

ADIRONDACK LEAGUE

LAKE GEORGE 38, CORINTH 31

LAKE GEORGE

Saroff 1-4-6, Connolly 0-2-2, Tracy 5-0-10, Bennett 1-0-2, Sipowicz 1-0-2, Prosser 7-1-15. Totals: 15-8-38.

CORINTH

Giordano 2-0-4, Murphy 5-2-13, Marcotte 2-4-9, Pulley 1-1-3, Fedor 1-0-2. Totals: 11-7-31.

Lake George 10 9 8 11 — 38

Corinth  7 8 8  8 — 31

Three-point goals: Murphy, Marcotte.

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