CASTLETON — Hudson bounced back from a loss to Rensselaer earlier in the week with an 84-71 victory over Maple Hill in Friday’s Patroon Conference boys basketball game.

The Bluehawks pulled away from an 18-18 first-quarter deadlock to take a 47-38 lead at halftime. Maple Hill crept to within 66-58 after three quarters, but the Bluehawks put the game away with an 18-13 scoring edge over the final eight minutes.

Sophomore Isaiah Maines hit a season-hit 26 for Hudson (5-2, 5-5). Dayquan Griffin added 23 and Noah Hedgepeth had 15.

Rian Jewett was the top scorer for Maple Hill with 26 points. Blake Decker had 19 and Ben Marra 11.

HUDSON (84): Anderson 1-0-2, Gorman 3-0-9, Hedgepeth 6-0-15, Griffin 9-5-23, Johnson 2-0-4, Maines 12-2-26, Romano 2-0-5. Totals 35-7-84.

3-pointers: Hedgepeth 3, Gorman 3, Romano.

MAPLE HILL (71): Decker 6-7-19, Hirschoff 4-0-9, Jewett 9-4-26, Marra 4-2-11, McGarvey 1-0-2, Sherwood 2-0-4. Totals 26-13-71.

3-pointers: Jewett 4, Hirschoff, Marra.

Coxsackie-Athens 67, Taconic Hills 40

COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens pulled away from a close game with a big second-quarter run and went on to defeat Taconic Hills, 67-40, in Patroon Conference boys basketball action on Friday.

The Indians held a 19-16 edge after the first quarter, but then went on a 26-4 run in the second stanza to go up 45-20 at halftime. C-A led 59-31 after three quarters of play.

Kane Schrader led C-A’s balanced attack with 16 points. Andon Roe and Josh Kiefer each had 11.

Kyle Delamater’s 15 points topped Taconic Hills. Kobe Van Alstyne had 13.

TACONIC HILLS (40): B. Atwood 1-0-3, Bradway 1-2-4, Delamater 7-0-15, Krzeminski 1-0-2, Nowak 1-1-3, Van Alstyne 4-3-13. Totals 15-6-40.

3-pointers: VAn Alstyne 2, B. Atwood, Delamater.

COXSACKIE-ATHENS (67): Boehm 3-1-7, Carroll 2-2-8, Hynes 2-0-4, Kiefer 3-5-11, Roe 4-2-11, Kane Schrader 6-2-16, Killian Schrader 2-0-4, Simmons 2-2-6. Totals 24-14-67.

3-pointers: Kane Schrader 2, Carroll 2, Roe.

Rensselaer 62, Cairo-Durham 18

EAST DURHAM — Rensselaer held Cairo-Durham scoreless until the second quarter en route to a 62-18 Patroon Conference boys basketball victory on Friday.

The Rams built quarterly leads of 10-0, 27-6 and 42-10.

Ramell Johnson had 19 points for Rensselaer. Samir Lockhart added 15 and Patrick Sullivan had 14.

Ethan Handel paced Cairo-Durham with eight points.

RENSSELAER (62): Baker 1-0-3, Johnson 6-7-19, Lockhart 7-0-15, Nixon 2-0-5, Sullivan 4-4-14, Wright 2-1-6. Totals 22-12-62.

3-pointers: Sullivan 2, Wright, Nixon, Lockhart, Baker.

CAIRO-DURHAM (18): Budz 2-0-4, Doble 2-0-4, Handel 3-2-8, Phillips 1-0-2, Wagor 0-0-0. Totals 8-2-18.

Greenville 66, Chatham 57, OT

CHATHAM — James Mitchell scored 10 of his 19 points in overtime to help Greenville post a 66-57 victory over Chatham on Panther Pride Day at Chatham High School on Saturday.

Chatham led 17-14 after one quarter, but Greenville went ahead 32-22 at halftime. Chatham cut the deficit to 42-38 by the end of the third quarter, then outscored the Spartans 13-9 in the final eight minutes of regulation to even the score at 51-51 and force overtime.

With Mitchell leading the way, Greenville outsocred Chatham 15-6 in the extra session to pull out the win.

Mitchell’s 19 points topped Greenville. Damien Fiducia added 16 and Joe Nicosia had 13.

Quinten Kastner was Chatham’s top point producer with 15. Jayshawn Williams contributed 14, Zach Gregg had 12 and Matt Thorsen 10.

CHVL

Germantown 106, Doane Stuart 37

GERMANTOWN — Germantown collected 16 three-pointers, including five each by Bryan Bathrick and Robbie Eaton, in a 106-37 conquest of Doane Stuart in Central Hudson Valley League boys basketball action on Friday.

Bathrick finished with 25 points and Eaton had 20 for the Clippers. Dylan Mayr chipped in with 15, Rece Rifenburgh had 12 and Jace Anderson contributed 11.

Daniel Bologna led Doane Stuart with 12 points. Koa Butler contributed 10.

Germantown held quarterly leads of 27-4, 57-20 and 89-27.

GERMANTOWN (106): Anderson 5-1-11, Bathrick 9-2-25, Eaton 7-1-20, Hoffman 1-0-3, Hohensheldt 3-0-6, Mayr 6-0-15, Mckinney 4-0-9, Rifenburgh 5-2-12, Sanzo 2-0-5. Totals 42-6-106.

3-pointers: Bathrick 5, Eaton 5, Mayr 3, Snzo, Mckinney, Hoffman.

DOANE STUART (37): Regan 1-0-2, Bologna 4-0-12, Butler 5-0-10, Caso 4-0-8, Lanfear 1-0-2, Mariposa 0-1-1, Pelletier 0-2-2. Totals 15-3-37.

3-pointers: Bologna 4.

COLONIAL

Ichabod Crane 58, Ravena 52

VALATIE — A fast start propelled Ichabod Crane to a 58-52 victory over Ravena in Friday’s Colonial Council boys basketball game.

The Riders took a 15-5 lead after one quarter, only to have Ravena narrow the gap to 26-18 at halftime and 38-32 after three quarters. Both teams scored 20 in the final stanza.

Ed Ogden was the Riders’ top scorer with 18 points. Zach Kennedy had 17.

C.J. Bianchino’s 22 points led Ravena. Dakhari Scheuerman chipped in with 11.

RAVENA (52): Bianchino 6-10-22, Myers 2-0-5, Reif 1-2-5, Scheuerman 5-0-11, Smith 2-3-7, Southworth 1-0-2. Totals 17-15-52.

3-pointers: Myers, Reif, Scheuerman.

ICHABOD CRANE (58): Kennedy 6-2-17, Mulica 2-0-5, Ogden 5-6-18, Richards 4-1-9, Schmidt 1-1-3, Suafoa 1-0-2, Walsh 2-0-4. Totals 21-10-58.

3-pointers: Kennedy 3, Ogden 2, Mulica.

GIRLS

PATROON

Chatham 54, Greenville 44

CHATHAM — Hailey Cascioli’s 18 points helped Chatham post a 54-44 victory over Greenville on Panther Pride Day at Chatham High School on Saturday.

Hannah Taylor had 14 points and Veah Dagle chipped in with 11 for Chatham.

Isabella Trostle paced Greenville with 16 points. Emma Haller added 12.

Chatham held quarterly leads of 14-9, 26-23 and 39-35.

GREENVILLE (44): Duncan 1-0-2, Haller 3-4-11, Krasney 4-0-9, SanEmeterio 3-0-6, Trostle 4-6-16. Totals 15-10-44.

3-pointers: Trostle 2, Krasney, Haller.

CHATHAM (54): Cascioli 6-4-18, Daigle 4-3-11, Eaton 2-3-7, Engel 1-0-2, Kelly 1-0-, H. Taylor 3-8-14. Totals 17-18-54.

3-pointers: Cascioli 2.

Catskill 66, Albany Leadership 37

ALBANY — Janay Brantley scored 30 points to highlight Catskill’s 66-37 victory over Albany Leadership in Friday’s Patroon Conference girls basketball action.

Brantley drained five three-pointers for the Cats, who rang up quarterly leads of 18-9, 33-15 and 55-28.

Sara Leipman hit five three-pointers and finished with 16 for the Cats. Aizlyn O’Connell added eight.

Jamira Galloway’s 15 points led Albany Leadership.

CATSKILL (66): Brantley 10-5-30, Konsul 4-0-8, Leipman 5-1-16, O’Connell 3-2-8, Salierno 0-3-3, Shook 0-1-1. Totals 22-12-66.

3-pointers: Brantley 5, Leipman 5.

ALBANY LEADERSHIP (37): Abdunafi 3-0-9, Akinware 1-0-2, Galloway 7-1-15, Jones 2-0-4, Langston 2-0-4, Mabry 1-0-3. Totals 16-1-37.

3-pointers: Abdunafi 3.

CHVL

Germantown 84, Doane Stuart 15

ALBANY — Megan Dunn dropped 21 points as Germantown rolled to an 84-15 victory ove Doane Stuart in Friday’s Central Hudson Valley League girls basketball game.

Riley Gibbons followed Dunn with 16 points. Kyle Denninger chipped in with 12.

Sophia Bolgna topped Doane Stuart with 10 points.

GERMANTOWN (84): Anderson 4-0-8, Bathrick 3-0-6, Decker 1-0-2, Denninger 6-0-12, Dunn 8-5-21, Gibbons 8-0-16, Hayes 4-0-9, Ljutich 2-0-4, Mergenthaler 2-0-4, Wyant 1-0-3. Totals 39-5-84.

3-pointers: Hayes.

DOANE STUART (15): Bologna 4-0-10, Catellier 0-0-0, Fiacco 1-0-2, Keller 1-0-3, Peters 0-0-0. Totals 6-0-15. Totals 6-0-15.

3-pointers: Bologna 2, Keller.

COLONIAL

Ravena 47, Ichabod Crane 29

RAVENA — Hannah Vanderzee scored 16 points to spark Ravena to a 47-29 victory over Ichabod Crane in Friday’s Colonial Council girls basketball game.

Lauren Sanderson had 10 points for the Indians, who held quarterly leads of 11-8, 23-14 and 38-25. Sara Hotaling added nine.

Malati Culver scored 11 points for Ichabod Crane.

ICHABOD CRANE (29): A. Ames 1-0-3, Culver 3-5-11, Dolge 1-0-2, Graham 2-0-4, Knapp 1-1-3, More 2-2-6. Totals 10-8-29.

3-pointers: A. Ames.

RAVENA (47): Engel 2-0-4, Hotaling 3-2-9, Vanderzee 8-0-16, SAnderson 3-2-10, Van Dyke 0-2-2, Waddingham 2-0-4, Ware-Salazar 1-0-2. Totals 19-6-47.

3-pointers: Sanderson 2, Hotaling.

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