CHATHAM — Chatham overcame a slow start and went on to defeat Taconic Hills, 62-40, in Friday’s high school boys basketball game on Senior Night at Chatham High School.

Taconic Hills raced out to a 13-2 lead, but the Chatham fought back to take an 18-15 edge by the end of the first stanza. The Panther were up 28-22 at halftime and 48-31 after three quarters.

“We started out pretty sluggish which put us in a hole but I was proud of our guys to figure out a way to fight back,” Chatham coach J.B. Brantley said. “I’m happy for our seniors who were able to get a victory on their senior night. We still have a lot work to do as we move forward into next week with three games.”

Jayshawn Williams led Chatham (2-0) with 20 points. Matt Thorsen and Tobias Jeralds added 11 apiece.

Zach Rowe was the top scorer for the Titans (0-2) with 14 points.

Chatham goes to Coxsackie-Athens on Monday at 5:30 p.m. and Taconic hills hosts Hudson on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

TACONIC HILLS (40): Van Alstyne 3-1-8, Howard 2-0-4, Preusser 1-0-3, Doty 1-0-2, Beck 1-0-2, Rowe 5-1-14, Miller 1-0-2, Hunter 1-0-3, Atwood 1-0-2. Totals 16-2-40.

3-pointers: Rowe 3, Van Alstyne, Preusser, Hunter.

CHATHAM (62): Thorsen 4-2-11, Jackson 0-2-2, Kneller 2-0-4, Williams 8-3-20, Ford 3-0-8, Jeralds 5-1-11, Baccaro 3-0-6. Totals 25-8-62.

3-pointers: Ford 2, Williams, Thorsen.

Hudson 90, Coxsackie-Athens 50

CoXSACKIE — Hudson bounced back from a season-opening loss to Greenville with a 90-50 triumph over Coxsacckie-Athens in Friday’s high school bys basketball game at Coxsackie-Athes High School.

The Bluehawks (1-1) led 21-9 after the first quarter of action and widened the gap to 50-24 at halftime. They led 63-39 through three quarters of play, then finished strong with a 27-11 scoring edge in the final stanza.

Noah Hedgepeth topped Hudson with 20 points, including five three-pointers. Isaiah Maines contributed 19 and freshman Jordan Cunningham had 14.

Joeh Kiefer’s 19 points paced C-A.

C-A (0-2) hosts Chatham on Monday at 5:30 p.m., while Hudson goes to Taconic Hills on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

HUDSON (90): Maines 8-2-19, Hedgepeth 7-1-20, Gorman 4-2-12, Johnson 3-0-6, Romano 4-0-9, Moore 1-3-5, Cunningham 6-2-14, DeJesus 2-1-5. Totals 35-11-90.

3-pointers: Hedgepeth 5, Maines 2, Gorman 2, Romano.

C-A (50): Kiefer 7-5-19, Roe 2-1-6, Richardson 3-0-6, Hynes 4-0-9, Maurer 1-2-4, Williams 1-1-3, Minnick 0-1-1, McMann 1-0-2. Totals 19-10-50.

3-pointers: Hynes, Roe.

Greenville 62, Cairo-Durham 23

GREENVILLE — Greenville built a 19-point lead by halftime and went on to defeat Cairo-Durham, 62-23, in Friday’s high school boys basketball game.

The Spartans were up 18-6 through one quarter of action, 33-14 at halftime and 58-18 at the end of the third quarter.

Damien Fiducia led Greenville with 20 points. Eli Larsen had eight and Jack Motta seven.

Ethan Phillips topped Cairo-Durham with eight points.

The two teams meet again on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Cairo-Durham High School.

CAIRO-DURHAM (23): Phillips 2-2-8, Wagor 2-1-5, Budz 2-0-5, Bruck 1-0-3, Handel 1-0-3. Totals 8-3-23.

3-pointers: Phillips 2, Budz, Bruck, Handel.

GREENVILLE (62): Fiducia 9-1-20, Mitchell 2-0-5, Larsen 4-0-8, Smith 1-0-2, Lewis 2-0-4, Motta 3-0-7, Benning 1-0-2, O’Connor 1-0-2, Domermuth 1-0-2, Weiss 1-1-3, Makely 3-0-6, Gergen 0-1-1. Totals 28-3-62.

3-pointers: Fiducia, Motta, Mitchell.

Maple Hill 58, Rensselaer 51

CASTLETON — Blake Decker dropped 26 points to power Maple Hill to a 58-51 victory over Rensselaer in Friday’s high school boys basketball game at Maple Hill High School.

Rensselaer came out of the gate fast, rolling to an 18-8 lead by the end of the first quarter, but Maple Hill pulled to within 29-20 at halftime, then used a 21-8 scoring edge in the third quarter to go up, 41-37.

Dominic Hirschoff followed Decker in scoring for the Wildcats, pumping in 10 points.

Malachi Perry led Rensselaer with 15 points. Ramell Johnson added 14.

RENSSELAER (51): Hanks 1-0-3, Perry 4-7-15, Baker 4-1-9, Wright 1-0-3, Johnson 6-2-14, Nixon 3-0-7. Totals 19-10-51.

3-pointers: Hanks, Wright, Nixon.

MAPLE HILL (58): Cole 3-2-8, Sherwood 1-0-2, Hirschoff 4-0-10, Marra 3-3-9, Harrington 1-0-2, Decker 8-10-26. Totals 20-15-58.

3-pointers: Hirschoff 2, Harrington.

SATURDAY

Greenville 53, Ravena 46

RAVENA — Damien Fiducia scored 20 points to help Greenville remain uneaten with a 53-46 victory over Ravena in Saturday’s high school boys basketball game at Ravena High School.

The Spartans built quarterly leads of 14-6, 30-22 and 42-36 in raising their record to 4-0.

Eli Larsen and Trey Smith had seven points each for Greenville. Larsen also pulled down 18 rebounds.

Dakhari Scheuerman led Ravena with 21 points. Jason Reif chipped in with 16.

Greenville visits Cairo-Durham onTuesday at 6 p.m.

GREENVILLE (53): Fiducia 9-4-24, Larsen 3-1-7, Mitchell 1-2-5, Smith 3-0-7, O’Connor 1-2-4, Benning 2-0-4, Motta 0-2-2. Totals 19-11-53.

3-pointers: Fiducia 2, Mitchell, Smith.

RAVENA (46): Engel 2-0-4, Algozzine 1-0-3, Meyers 1-0-2, Reif 5-2-16, Scheuerman 8-2-21. Totals 17-4-46.

3-pointers: Reif 4, Scheuerman 3, Algozzine.

Ichabod Crane 65, Loudonville Christian 31

VALATIE — Brett Richards’ double-double highlighted Ichabod Crane’s 65-31 victory over Loudonville Christian in high school boys basketball action on Saturday.

Richard finished with 18 points and 22 rebounds for the Riders (2-1). Alex Schmidt had 16 points and Justice Suafoa 15.

The Riders held quarterly leads of 17-10, 35-17 and 48-24.

Ichabod Crane hosts Taconic Hills on Friday at 6 p.m.

LOUDONVILLE CHRISTIAN (31): Manella 4-1-11, Woods 1-0-3, Simon 5-0-10, Follard 2-0-5, Scott 1-0-2. Totals 13-2-31.

3-pointers: Manella 2, Follard.

ICHABOD CRANE (65): Suafoa 6-0-15, Richard 9-0-18, Clickman 0-2-2, Schmidt 6-1-16, Race 2-1-5, Borrelli 2-1-6, Garafalo 1-0-3. Totals 26-5-65.

3-pointers: Suafoa 3, Schmidt 3, Borrelli, Garafalo.

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