(Glens Falls, NY)

Shenendehowa won a nail biter versus Maine-Endwell 68-63 at the Sunmark Shootout in Glens Falls. 
The teams needed more time to achieve their desired result as the match-up went to overtime where Shenendehowa went past Maine-Endwell 8-3.

Shenendehowa generated a game changing eight-minute surge as they bested the Spartans 12-8 to force the extra session. Luke Lavery of Shenendehowa hit a game tying three pointer with twenty eight seconds left as the Plainsmen rallied late to tie the game.
The Spartans held a slim 4-point margin at the beginning of the fourth quarter.

Shenendehowa held a small 2-point lead heading into the second quarter.
The outcome was still in limbo as the teams went to the first half locker room break with Maine-Endwell out in front. 
Maine-Endwell played sound basketball in the second frame turning a 2-point first quarter deficit into a 4-point halftime lead. 

The teams put on a defensive clinic in the fourth quarter as they combined for only 20 points. 

Shenendehowa placed four players in double figure scoring. Andrew Martin led Shenendehowa with 13 points. Lucas Seyoum netted 12 points. Devin Dzikas had 11 points. Jake Reinisch with 10 points. Mason Courtney powered in 9 points. 
Shenendehowa knocked down 13 buckets from beyond the arch. 
Devin Dzikas made 3 three-pointers. Andrew Martin added 3. 
The Plainsmen shot excellent from the charity stripe as they made 91.7%, 11 of 12. 
McFadden paced the Spartans with 25 points. Green racked up 15 points. S. Aybar finished with 7 points. 
The Spartans connected on 6 baskets from downtown. 





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By Ed Bemiss

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