Panthers clinch second straight Wasaren crown

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CLUMS CORNERS, N.Y. >> Three players finished in double figures as the Hoosick Falls girls basketball team clinched its second consecutive Wasaren League title over Tamarac on Friday night.

Kelly Pine led the way with 14 points, while Anna Wysocki added 12 and Megan Flynn chipped in 10 for Hoosick, who improved to 13-1 in the league and 17-2 overall.

Hoosick ends the regular season against Ravena on Monday.

Hoosick finishes tied for first in Wasaren

HOOSICK, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls boys basketball team needed to beat Tamarac and have some help to clinch at least a share of a third straight conference title.

The Panthers did their part in a 58-47 win and when Mechanicville beat Stillwater on a late three, all three teams tied for the league championship.

Three players were in double figures for Hoosick Falls, led by Rem Hickey's 21. Connor McCart added 17, while Alex Mendez had 12.

Hoosick finishes 12-2 in the league and 13-6 overall and faces MAU to end the regular season.

MAU falls to Brattleboro

BRATTLEBORO >> The Mount Anthony girls basketball team led by 12 at halftime, but couldn't hold on as Brattleboro came back for a 59-48 win on Friday night.

Brianna Legacy led the Patriots with 16, while Maddy Little added 10. Devin Millerick led the Colonels with 16 points. MAU is 7-9 and travels to Rutland on Tuesday.

Cambridge drops to Valley

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. >> The Cambridge boys basketball team fell 45-40 against Hoosic Valley on Friday night.

Cambridge was led by Shawn Lemieux's 14 points, including three 3-pointers. Kordell Benson added nine. Isaac Sanchez was the top scorer for Valley with 13 points.

Panthers win Adirondack League title

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. >> On Thursday, the Hoosick Falls bowling team, winner of the Southern Division, won the Adirondack League Championship title by defeating Fort Edward, winner of the Northern Division, by the total match pin count of 3,589 to 3,439.

Josh McCart led the Panthers with a 276 high game and a three-game series of 694.

A.J. Hurlburt followed a 214-639, followed by Jon Bossoni with his best match score of the season, 213-613.

Jennifer Sargood was right behind with a 201-594, Kyla Day bowled 186-535, and Tyler Lindsey 179-514.

Hoosick Falls won the first game by 44 pins, then in the second game, the Panthers edged Fort Edward by 12 pins.

In the third, the Panthers finished them off by 96 pins.

"Once again the entire team did a great job staying focused throughout the entire match and fought hard right up to the final frame of the final game. All of their hard work throughout the season paid off in this important match. I was very proud of their effort today from the varsity to J.V. to exhibition bowlers on the team, they all bowled well!"

Fort Edward's top bowler was Tyler Stone with a score of 266-708.


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