CHATHAM — Chatham won its sixth straight game on Tuesday, holding off Greenville, 45-44, in Patroon Conference girls basketball action.

The Panthers (5-1 Patroon, 6-1 overall) led 12-7 after one quarter and 22-16 at halftime. Greenville pulled to within 33-29 after three quarters and had a shot to win the game in the closing seconds, but couldn’t convert.

Abby Taylor led the Panthers with 23 points. Erin Madsen contributed seven.

Emily Smith had 14 points for Greenville. Bryn Fitzmaurice chipped in with 12.

Greenville hosts Cairo-Durham on Thursday and Chatham goes to Albany Leadership on Jan. 3.

GREENVILLE (44): Smith 5-2-14, Fitzmaurice 4-0-12, Silk 2-0-4, A. O’Hare 1-2-4, J. O’Hare 1-0-2, M. Parrish 4-0-8. Totals 17-4-44.

3-pointers: Fitzmaurice 4, Smith 2.

CHATHAM (45): Perry 1-0-2, Madsen 3-0-7, Mountain 1-0-3, Morse 1-0-3, Brennan 1-0-2, Engel 2-1-5, Taylor 9-5-23. Totals 18-6-45.

3-pointers: Madsen, Morse, Mountain.

Catskill 65,

Rensselaer 38

CATSKILL — Catskill remained unbeaten with a 65-38 victory over Rensselaer in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference girls basketball game.

The Cats were without Jayden Lewis and Kiana Salierno, so coach Chris Quinn brought up two players from the junior varsity, Alessia Salierno and Emily Allen, and both contributed to the victory, combining for 11 points.

Janay Brantley led Catskill with 28 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists. Hannah Konsul added 13 points and 14 rebounds, Ava Edmond had six points and 12 rebounds and Aaliyah Shook contributed five points, six rebounds and four assists.

Jasmine Allert had 12 points to lead Rensselaer.

Catskill improves to 6-0 in the Patroon (7-0 overall) and is currently ranked No. 6 in the state in Class B by the New York State Sportswriters Association. The Cats are off until Jan. 4 when they travel to Onteora for a non-league game.

RENSSELAER (38): Matthews 3-0-6, J. Slingerland 3-1-7, Gier 2-0-4, Teal 4-1-9, Allert 4-4-12. Totals 16-6-38.

CATSKILL (65): Shook 2-0-5, Edmond 3-0-6, A. Salierno 3-0-6, Konsul 5-3-13, Brantley 11-5-28, Pell 1-0-2, Allen 2-0-5. Totals 27-8-65.

3-pointers: Brantley, Shook, Allen.

Maple Hill 51, TH 10

CRARYVILLE — Maple Hill bounced back from its first loss of the season on Friday with a 51-10 victory over Taconic Hills on Tuesday in Patroon Conference girls basketball action.

The Wildcats (6-1) were up 24-4 by the end of the first quarter, 38-6 at halftime and 41-8 through three quarters.

Sydney Rogers led Maple Hill with 14 points. Bella Seeberger added eight.

Izzabell Bosko, Ava Skabowski, Grace Alvarez, Skylar Waterhouse and Kersten Keeler all had two points for the Titans.

Maple Hill will host the Holiday Hoopfest at The Hill on Dec. 29-30, while Taconic Hills goes to Coxsackie-Athens on Jan, 5.

MAPLE HILL (51): Martin 1-0-3, Loszynski 2-1-6, Frazier 2-1-5, Rogers 5-0-14, Hirschoff 1-0-2, Seeberger 3-1-8, Manning 1-0-2, Hall 1-1-3, Thomas 1-0-3, Prest 2-1-5. Totals 19-5-51.

3-pointers: Rogers 4, Martin, Loszynski, Seeberger, Thomas.

TACONIC HILLS (10): Bosko 1-0-2, Skabowski 1-0-2, Alvarez 1-0-2, Waterhouse 1-0-2, Keeler 1-0-2. Totals 5-0-10.

COLONIAL

ICC 53, Holy Names 33

ALBANY — Ichabod Crane overcame a slow start to post a 53-33 victory Holy Names in Tuesday’s Colonial Council girls basketball game.

The game was tied 8-8 after one quarter, but the Riders surged ahead 27-15 by halftime and 45-27 through three quarters.

“We came out a little flat and they hit a couple three’s to start,” Ichabod Crane coach Dave Ames said. “Then we settled in on defense and worked hard. We are going to need more efforts like this defensively if we want to be successful.

“Offensively, we spread the ball well and got a balanced attack. It was a good win against a good team.”

Carolina Williams led the Riders with 16 points. Ashley Ames had 13, Abby Dolge 10, Delaney More eight and Alexa Barkley six.

Ryan Carroll had 19 points for Holy Names.

Ichabod Crane will particiate in the Holiday Hoopfest at The Hill on December 29-30 at Maple Hill High School.

BOYS BASKETBALL

NON-LEAGUE

Chatham 80,

Germantown 36

GERMANTOWN — Chatham jumped out to a 23-9 lead after one quarter and went on to defeat Germantown, 80-36, in Tuesday’s non-league boys basketball game.

The Panthers, currently ranked No. 20 in the state in the first New York State Sportswriters Association Class C poll of the season, extended their lead to 48-16 by halftime and 62-24 after three quarters.

Tate Van Alstyne led Chatham with 24 points. Matt Thorsen added 19 and Jacob Baccaro had 10.

Brad Delpozzo’s 12 points topped Germantown. Owen Watson contributed 11.

Germantown takes part in the Waterford Tournament on Dec. 28-29 and Chatham hosts Hudson on Jan. 4

CHATHAM (80): Thorsen 9-1-19, Jackson 3-2-9, Kneller 2-2-6, Chudy 2-0-4, Burleson 1-0-3, Van Alstyne 8-3-24, Jeralds 2-0-5, Baccaro 5-0-10. Totals 32-8-80.

3-pointers: Van Alstyne 5, Jackson, Burleson, Jeralds.

GERMANTOWN (36): Delpozzo 4-2-12, Watson 4-2-11, Dibble 2-0-5, Ferrer 0-4-4, Kilmer 2-0-4. Totals 12-8-36.

3-pointers: Delpozzo 2, Watson, Dibble.

BOWLING

Maple Hill 5, TH 0

Kate Ackerman fired a 269 single to highlight Maple Hill’s 5-0 victory over Taconic Hills in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference bowling match.

Cameron Burns rolled a 691 triple for the Wildcats, who had a total pinfall of 3,093.

Tony Morales had a 182 single for the Taconic Hills. Anthony Genovese finished with a 489 triple.

The Titans had a total pinfall of 2,122.

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