HUDSON — Bryn Fitzmaurice buried four 3-pointers and finished with 15 points as Greenville defeated Hudson, 33-23, in Friday’s Patroon Conference girls basketball game.
Greenville took an 11-5 lead after one quarter and widened the gap to 24-9 by halftime. Hudson went on to outscore the Spartans, 14-9 over the final two quarters of play, but fell short.
Cold-shooting hurt the Bluehawks as they managed to connect on just four of 39 shots from the field and two of 16 attempts from three-point range.
Amya Moore was Hudson’s leading scorer with eight points. Malia Jackson had seven and Gabby Logue six.
GREENVILLE (33): Fitzmaurice 5-1-15, A. O’Hare 4-1-9, P. O’Hare 1-1-3, Mi. Crawley 1-0-2, Mota 2-0-4. Totals 13-3-33.
3-pointers: Fitzmaurice 4.
HUDSON (23): Mann 0-2-2, Moore 3-2-8, Jackson 1-5-7, Logue 2-0-6, Sullivan 0-0-0. Totals 6-9-23.
3-pointers: Logue 2.
BERLIN — Amya Moore and Malia Jackson combined for 44 points as Hudson posted a 72-26 non-league girls basketball victory over Berlin/New Lebanon on Saturday.
Moore had 23 points and Jackson added 21 as Hudson improved to 5-7 overall. Gabby Logue contributed 10 point.
HUDSON (72): Moore 10-3-23, Sullivan 0-2-2, Jackson 9-3-21, Logue 4-0-10, Hanley 2-1-7, Walker 2-3-7, Goode 1-0-2. Totals 28-13-72.
3-pointers: Logue 2, Hanley
BERLIN/NL (26): Minkler 2-0-4, Mace 1-0-2, Gordell 3-1-8, Madsen 2-0-6, Robertson 2-0-4, Dodge 1-0-2. Totals 11-1-26.
3-pointers: Madsen 2, Gordell.
CATSKILL — Janay Brantley and Ava Edmond each had a double-double to highlight Catskill’s 79-12 Patroon Conference girls basketball victory over Germantown on Friday.
Brantley had 26 points and 11 rebunds, while Edmond contributed 18 points and 13 rebounds as the Cats remained undefeated. Alessia Salierno hit four 3-pointers and finished with 12 points and Kaylee Nearey had seven points and 12 rebounds.
Adele Heuer led Germantown with five points.
“ All our girls got in solid work tonight and we mixed up our rotations and lineups to prepare for different situations come conference finals and sectionals,” Catskill coach Chris Quinn said. “Alessia Salierno has been putting in the work and it showed tonight with her knocking down 4 threes. I like how our girls responded in different roles.”
GERMANTOWN (12): Ferrer 1-0-2, Papp 1-0-2, Heuer 2-0-5, Edwards 1-0-2, Cidras 0-1-1. Totals 5-1-12.
CATSKILL (79): Shook 2-1-5, Edmond 8-2-18, Salierno 4-0-12, Nearey 3-1-7, Brantley 11-0-26, Arp 0-2-2, Allen 1-0-2, Devlin 3-0-7. Totals 32-6-79.
3-pointers: Brantley 4, Salierno 4, Devlin.
RENSSELAER — Rensselaer posted a 55-27 victory over Chatham in Friday’s Patroon Conference girls basketball game.
The Rams built quarterly leads of 13-6, 30-13 and 43-21.
Joslyn Teal topped Rensselaer with 14 points. Brianna Fitzgerald and Karleigh Matthews both had nine.
Emmy Velez and Kendall Hughes each had nine points for the Panthers.
CHATHAM (27): Brennan 1-0-2, Chudy 1-1-3, Perry 2-0-4, Hayes 4-1-9, Velez 3-3-9. Totals 11-5-27.
RENSSELAER (55): Ab. Dunlavey 1-4-7, Al. Dunlavey 1-0-2, Lawson 1-0-3, Fitzgerald 4-0-9, Gibson-Burrell 2-0-5, Matthews 4-0-9, Slingerland 3-0-6, Teal 6-1-14. Totals 22-5-55.
3-pointers: Ab. Dunlavey, Fitzgerald, Gibson-Burrell, Lawson, Matthews, Teal.
Maple Hill 50
CASTLETON — Bailiegih Briski and Riley Sitcer combined for 43 points to spark Coxsackie-Athens to a 60-50 victory over Maple Hill in Friday’s Patroon Conference girs basketball game.
Briski finished with 30 points and Sitcer contributed 13 as the Riverhawks improved to 9-3.
Additional information was not reported.
Coxsackie-Athens hosts Schenectady on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. and travels to Rensselaer on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Ichabod Crane 68,
VALATIE — Ichaod Crane had three players reach double figures in scoring en route to a 68-42 victory over Mohonasen in Saturday’s Colonial Council girls basketball game.
Carolina Williams had a game-high 27 points for the Riders, who posted quarterly leads of 18-9, 31-16 and 53-28. Ashley Ames and Alex Barkley each had 11 points.
Isabella Petrocci had 15 points for Mohonasen. Isabella Clute chipped in with 14 and Payton Whipple had 11.
Maple Hill 52,
COXSACKIE — Maple Hill visited Coxsackie-Athens on Friday night and the Wildcats earned a 52-38 victory in the first rematch of the Patroon Conference North Division.
Maple Hill took a 10-8 lead after the first quarter. Both teams were defensive minded in the second quarter, and it remained just a two point game at halftime with Maple Hill up, 20-18.
C-A fought hard to tie the game at 26 in the third quarter, but missed layups cost the Riverhawks some crucial points and thy fell behind by seven entering the fourth, 33-26. C-A remained close in the final stanza, but Maple Hill converted 11 free throws in the fourth to secure a 52-38 victory.
Robbie Hughes had a game high 20 points for C-A, Nate Van Alphen scored 8 and played well in the middle.
MAPLE HILL (52): Fish 4-2-10, Vandewal 0-2-2, Da Costa gomez 0-5-5, Cole 4-3-11, Prst 1-0-2, D. Chevrier 1-0-2, Hoffman 5-3-13, Frazier 2-0-5, B. Chevrier 1-0-2. Totals 18-15-52.
COXSACKIE-ATHENS (38): Hughes 6-4-20, Maurer 2-0-4, King 1-0-2, Van Alphen 4-0-8, Penet 2-0-4. Totals 15-4-38.
3-pointers: Hughes 4.
Ichabod Crane 51
SCHENECTADY — Alex Schmidt droped 30 points, but Ichabod Crane fell to Mohonasen, 57-51, in Friday’s Colonial Council boys basketball game.
After a 14-14 first-quarter deadlock, Mohonasen went up 23-22 at halftime and led 40-39 entering the final stanza.
Schmidt also had six rebounds and four assists for the Riders. Austin Race had eight points and four rebounds, Jack Mullins six points and three rebounds and Quinn Rapport five points, two assists and two steals.
Taconic Hills 0
CRARYVILLE — Taconic hills dropped a 3-0 decision to Catskill in Friday’s Patroon Conference boys volleyball action.
The Cats won by scores of 25-17, 25-20 and 25-15.
Taconic Hills lost 3-0 to Catskill with set scores of 17-25, 20-25 and 15-25.
For tH: Aaron Peck had 9 assists and 15 digs; Adonias Mercado 1 ace, 6 kills, 30 digs and 1 assist; Lucas Chamberlain 2 aces, 4 kills, 6 blocks, 16 digs and 2 assists; John Burfeind 8 digs; Ryan Walch 1 kill and 22 digs; Charles Moot 3 kills and 4 digs; Mitchell Bartley 1 ace, 1 kill, 3 blocks and 2 digs.
“I am super proud of the way we played tonight,” Taconic Hills coach Sydney Bosko said. “We came out playing much tougher then we have thus far this year. Catskill is a very solid team and we were able to volley quite a bit with them.”