SCHAGHTICOKE, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls bowling team won their third match of the season by the score of 4-0. Hoosick Falls had a match total of 3,554 to Hoosic Valley's match total of 3,202.

Kyla Day led the Panthers with a 234 high game and 640 series. Josh McCart 217-610, Jon Bossoni 226-602, A.J. Hurlburt 223-571, Tyler Lindsey 212-570, and Jennifer Sargood 196-561 also rolled up good scores for Hoosick Falls.

"The team bowled very well on tricky lane conditions and were able to adjust as they broke down in the second game. In the third game, we got a little careless and missed too many spares towards the end of the game and were lucky to pull out the win. Overall, it was a great victory over our arch rival in the Southern Division of the Adirondack League. This was our biggest challenge of the young season so far this year," said Hoosick coach Bob Lang.

Hoosick Falls has a record of 12-0 and Hoosic Valley has a match record of 4.5 -11.5. Top bowler for Hoosic Valley was Joe Duncan with a 228-631.

Wasaren League streak ends for Hoosick Falls

MECHANICVILLE, N.Y. >> Mechanicville came back from an early deficit to top Hoosick Falls, 60-57, on Tuesday in boys basketball, the Panthers' first league loss in 29 games.

Hoosick Falls swept the league in 2013 and 2014.

Alex Mendez hit a three late to pull the Panthers within a point, and after two free throws, Hoosick was just off on a final shot.

Mendez led the way with 24 points, including 19 in the first half on five 3-pointers. He had six overall. Guy Milliman had 12 points in his second varsity game, while Rem Hickey added 11 for the Panthers.


Hoosick Falls is 1-1 and travel to Cambridge on Tuesday.

Indians drop Wasaren matchup

GRANVILLE, N.Y. >> The Cambridge Central School boys basketball team ran out to a 20-5 lead after one quarter, but Granville came back in a 64-51 win on Tuesday.

Matt Fuller led all scorers with 21 points for Granville, while Trace Bourn pitched in 18. Cambridge was led by 16 points each from Dan Genevick and Kordell Benson.


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