Antonia May nailed six 3-point baskets in a 24-point performance, and Amsterdam took charge early in a 71-37 Foothills Council win over Hudson Falls Monday night.
Jackie Stanavich had 10 points for Amsterdam, which got scoring from nine different players while improving to 6-0. Madison Phillips and Mikayla Varney scored 10 points apiece for the Tigers.
Queensbury defeated Broadalbin-Perth 61-15 behind Hope Sullivan’s 22 points and Hailey Ballard’s 16.
Anna Lee produced 26 points, and Jaden Wilson netted 15 to lead Johnstown past Schuylerville 71-18.
Kendra Lavery outscored South Glens Falls by themselves with 23 and 20 points, respectively, in Gloversville’s 52-39 triumph. Hnnah Breen scored 11 points for the Bulldogs.
Madison Myer scored nine of her 26 points in an 18-5 first-quarter flurry, and Duanesburg eased past Worcester 51-21 in a non-league game. The Eagles improved to 7-0.
Trevor Green scored 18 points, and Isaiah Knight dropped in a key layup late in the fourth quarter as Lansingburgh edged Mohonasen 61-59 in a Colonial Council game.
Knight finished with 15 points and K.J. Allison contributed 13 for the Knights, who overhauled the Mighty Warriors with a 19-11 fourth-quarter run. Duncan Tallman paced Mohonasen with 21 points including five 3-pointers, and Chase Monroe scored 16.
Shane Helmstadt scored 19 points and took down eight rebounds, and Schoharie posted a 62-54 Western Athletic Conference win over Middleburgh. Nate Simmons had 13 points and eight rebounds for Schoharie, and Fletcher Griffin had 10 points and eight boards. Jacob Wood and Andrew Johns led the Knights with 19 and 16 points, respectively.
Louis Laregina collected 28 points to lift Cairo-Durham over Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 63-57 in a non-league game.