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Saratoga remains hot by pulling away from La Salle in the closing minutes of a tough Class AA match-up.

 

(Game notes & highlight videos)

-After 2 La Salle free throws from Ray Evans with 3:00 remaining in the game, Saratoga had a 1 point lead 39-38. The Blue Streaks responded with back to back buckets from Nick Chudy and Will Fox to give Saratoga a 6 point lead. Ray Evans of the Cadets followed with a three pointer to cut the deficit to 3 (44-41) with 2 minutes remaining.

 

-The score stayed that way with less than a minute left in the game, when Saratoga's Drew Patnode clutch bank shot in the lane gave the Blue Streaks the cushion they needed. The Blue Streaks made some free throws in the closing seconds to stretch the margin to 50-41 holding off La Salle who rallied from 12 points down at halftime. This is Saratoga's 11 consecutive win.

 

Final scoring stats with full play by play HERE:

  

 

End 1Q

Halftime

End 3Q

Final

Saratoga Springs

18

28

36

50

La Salle

9

16

33

41

 

Saratoga video highlights

 

La Salle video highlights

  

Saratoga Springs

 

La Salle

4

3PT SHOOTING

8

14-19

FREE THROWS

5-6

74%

FT %

83%

4

LEADS

3

12

LARGEST LEAD

5

     
 

Top Scorers

 
     

Saratoga Springs

Brian Hart #4

11

Saratoga Springs

Drew Patnode #33

9

La Salle

Joe DeLollo #33

10

La Salle

Ray Evans #3

10

 

Game Flow 

 

Catskill beats Hudson 72-61 ending the Bluehawks long Patroon Conference winning streak.

 

(Game notes, Play by Play & team highlights)

 

- After falling behind 7-4 early in the 1Q Catskill responded with 2 quick baskets to grab a lead they would never relinquish the rest of the game on their way to ending Hudson's 45 game unbeaten streak in the Patroon Conference.

 

- Catskill led by as many as 22 points early in the 3Q and looked to have the game in full control until Hudson battled back and cut the deficit to 7 points with under 6 minutes left in the game. The Cats then used a 5-0 run to push the lead back to double digits and made some free throws down the stretch to secure a 72-61 victory. The game was part of the Coaches vs Cancer contests at Columbia Greene Community College.

 

 Justin Worth led all scorers with 21 points. Dayquan Griffin paced Hudson with 19 points.

 

Final scoring stats with full play by play HERE:

 

 

End 1Q

Halftime

End 3Q

Final

Catskill

26

45

53

72

Hudson

12

25

44

61

 

Catskill video highlights

 

Hudson video highlights

   

Catskill

 

Hudson

1

3PT SHOOTING

2

13-22

FREE THROWS

15-19

59%

FT %

79%

2

LEADS

2

22

LARGEST LEAD

3

     
 

Top Scorers

 
     

Catskill

Justin Worth #43

21

Catskill

Justice Brantley #30

14

Hudson

Dayquan Griffin #15

19

Hudson

Nytrell Franklin #3 & Willie Walker #5

9

 

Game Flow 

 

Maple Hill wins a tight battle over Chatham in Patroon Conference action.

 

(Game notes, play by play & team highlights)

 

-Chatham's Kaleb Taylor hit's a three pointer right before the buzzer, at the end of the 1Q, to give the Panthers a slim 1 point lead (13-12).

 

- Maple Hill uses a 12-3 run to open up the 2Q and outscores Chatham 17-10 in the frame giving the Wildcats a 29-23 lead at the break.

 

-A Quinten Kastner bucket with under a minute left in the 3Q gives Chatham its first lead since early in the 2Q (37-36). Maple Hill immediately responds with an 9-0 run at the end of the 3rd and start of the 4th quarter giving them their largest lead of the game of 8 (45-37). Chatham fires back with a 11-4 run ending with a Kyle Stockman three pointer cutting the deficit back to 1 point (49-48) with 3:27 left in the game.

 

-The Wildcats continue to hold a slim lead the rest of the way until a Connor Hall free throw and break away layup, in the last 20 seconds of the 4Q, seal the win 58-52.

 

Final scoring stats with full play by play HERE:

 

 

End 1Q

Halftime

End 3Q

Final

Chatham

13

23

37

52

Maple Hill

12

29

41

58

 

Chatham video highlights

 

Maple Hill video highlights

   

Chatham

 

Maple Hill

6

3PT SHOOTING

4

8-10

FREE THROWS

22-33

80%

FT %

67%

7

LEADS

6

2

LARGEST LEAD

8

     
 

Top Scorers

 
     

Chatham

Kaleb Taylor #2

23

Chatham

Kyle Stockman #1

14

Maple Hill

Nick Butler #24

10

Maple Hill

Nate Mannion #44

10

 

Game Flow 

 

Maple Hill beats Chatham 47-36 in a Patroon Conference Coaches vs Cancer game.

 

(Game notes, Play by Play & team highlights)

 

-Maple Hill used a stingy defense to ignite a 16-6 2nd Quarter opening up a tight game to lead by 11 (30-19) at the half. They also connected on 5 1st half three-pointers. Chatham played the Wildcats even in the 2nd half (17-17) but couldn't get the deficit below 10 points in either the 3rd or 4th quarters.

 

Lydia Chittenden led Maple Hill with 12 points and teammate Natasha Strock had 9 points. Veah Daigle paced Chatham with 13 points.

 

Final scoring stats with full play by play HERE:

 

 

End 1Q

Halftime

End 3Q

Final

Chatham

13

19

25

36

Maple Hill

14

30

39

47

 

Chatham video highlights

 

Maple Hill video highlights

   

Chatham

 

Maple Hill

0

3PT SHOOTING

6

14-20

FREE THROWS

5-11

70%

FT %

45%

2

LEADS

2

2

LARGEST LEAD

18

     
 

Top Scorers

 
     

Chatham

Veah Daigle #32

13

Chatham

Hannah Taylor #2

5

Maple Hill

Lydia Chittenden #23

12

Maple Hill

Natasha Strock #40

9

 

Game Flow 

 

Glens Falls beats Amsterdam 74-68 on a night where Joseph Girard III breaks the NY State Boys career scoring record.

 

(Game notes, play by play & team highlights)

 

-Glens Falls closed out the 1Q on a 8-0 run to take a 17-11 lead.

 

-After a Glens Falls three pointer by Joseph Girard III with 5 minutes left in the 2Q the Indians open up a double digit lead of 28-18. Amsterdam fights back and cuts the deficit to 4 (34-30) at the break.

 

-Amsterdam's Osvauldo DeJesus goes on his own 6-0 run to start the 3Q and gives the Rams their 1st lead since the 1Q (36-34). Glens Falls immediately responds with 2 quick buckets by Joseph Girard III to regain the lead and take a 48-41 lead into the final quarter.

 

-The Indians stretch their lead out to 11 (58-47) with just under 6 minutes left in the game. Amsterdam once again rallies as Osvauldo DeJesus and Willie Brown pace the offense and help the Rams cut the deficit to 3 with under 3 minutes remaining. At the 1:40 mark, left in the game, Joseph Girard III was fouled with the Indians up 4 and with a chance to break the all-time NY State Boys Basketball scoring record with his next point scored. Girard knocks down both free throws to break the record and put the Indians up by 6.

 

 

 

-Amsterdam would cut the deficit to 5 with 0:48 seconds left but that's as close as they would get. Glens Falls wins 74-68 in front of a packed house in Amsterdam.

 

 

Final scoring stats with full play by play HERE:

 

 

End 1Q

Halftime

End 3Q

Final

Glens Falls

17

34

48

74

Amsterdam

11

30

41

68

 

Glens Falls video highlights

 

Amsterdam video highlights

   

Glens Falls

 

Amsterdam

6

3PT SHOOTING

2

10-14

FREE THROWS

14-25

71%

FT %

56%

3

LEADS

2

11

LARGEST LEAD

2

     
 

Top Scorers

 
     

Glens Falls

Joseph Girard III #11

44

Glens Falls

Trenton Girard #13

13

Amsterdam

Osvauldo DeJesus #13

30

Amsterdam

Willie Brown #1

15

 

Game Flow