LOCAL ROUNDUP: Williams leads ICC girls to victory

Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene Media Carolina Williams scored 16 points to lead Ichabod Crane to a 61-40 victory over Lansingburgh on Tuesday.

VALATIE — Carolina Williams scored 16 points to lead Ichabod Crane to a 61-40 victory over Lansingburgh in Tuesday’s Colonial Council girls basketball game.

The Riders led 20-12 after one quarter, 29-24 at halftime and 48-28 after three.

Ashley Ames contributed 12 points to the Riders’ cause. Alexa Barkley had 11, Abby Dolge nine, Delaney More eight, Emma Holmberg three and Haley Ames two.

Karlie Genevive had a game-high 20 points for Lansingburgh.

Ichabod Crane plays at Catholic Central of Troy on Friday at 6 p.m.



Lansingburgh 58,

Ichabod Crane 39

LANSINGBURGH — Lansingburgh jumped out to a 10-point lead by the end of the first quarter and went on to defeat Ichabod Crane, 58-39, in Tuesday’s Colonial Council boys basketball game.

The Knights were 18-8 after one quarter, 26-18 at halftime and 39-31 after three, before pulling away with a 19-8 scoring advantage in the final stanza.

Logan Hardt and James Oliver both had 14 points to top the Knights.

Brett Richards had 16 points for the Riders. Avery Clickman added 10.

Ichabod Crane goes to Catholic Central on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

ICHABOD CRANE (39): Borrelli 1-1-3, Clickman 3-3-10, Colwell 1-1-3, McCrudden 1-0-2, Mullins 0-2-2, Rapport 1-0-3, Richards 8-0-16. Totals 15-7-39.19-

3-pointers: Clickman, Rapport.

LANSINGBURGH (58): Allison 2-0-4, Bascombe 2-0-4, Boen 0-1-1, Green 4-0-9, Hardt 6-2-14, McIntyre 3-2-8, Oliver 5-4-14, Rodriguez 1-0-2, Rondon 1-0-2. Totals 24-9-58.

3-pointers: Green.


Maple Hill 64, Watervliet 59

WATERVLIET — Ben Marra and Ethan Harrington combined for 41 points to spark Maple Hill to a 64-59 victory over Watervliet in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference boys basketball game.

Maple Hill led 10-6 after one quarter and widened the gap to 36-26 by halftime, but Watervliet closed to within 47-45 after three. The Wildcats iced the win with a 17-14 scoring edge over the final eight minutes of play.

Marra had 21 points and Harrington finished with 20 for Maple Hill.

Tyler Holloway and Malik Simms each had 16 points for the Cannoneers. Jay Chaplin chipped in with 11.

Maple Hill travels to Catskill and Watervliet hosts Greenville on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

MAPLE HILL (64): Cole 4-1-9, Flach 0-1-1, Gamello 3-0-6, Harrington 8-0-20, Hoffman 2-1-5, Marra 7-6-21, Rogers 1-0-2. Totals 25-9-54.

3-pointers: Harrington 4, Marra.

WATERVLIET (59): Burke 2-1-5, Chaplin 3-4-11, Cyrus 1-1-3, Holloway 5-6-16, Simms 5-1-16, Wilson 3-1-8. Totals 19-14-59.

3-pointers: Simms 5, Wilson, Chaplin.


Loudonville 64,

Germantown 34

LOUDONVILLE — Loudonville Christian overcame a slow start with a big second quarter en route to a 64-34 victory over Germantown in Tuesday’s Central Hudson Valley League boys basketball game.

Loudonville trailed 9-3 after one quarter of lay, but outscored Germantown 25-8 in the second stanza to take the lead for good.

Jared Pratt led Loudonville with 15 points. Elijah Woods and Mike Marshall both had 12 and Jack Bibighans added 12.

Owen Watson was Germantown’s top scorer with 14 points.

Germantown hosts Chatham in a non-league game on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

GERMANTOWN (34): Delpozzo 4-0-8, Ferrer 2-2-7, Kilmer 2-0-5, Watson 4-4-14, Hoffman 0-0-0. Totals 12-6-34.

3-pointers: Watson 2, Ferrer, Kilmer.

LOUDONVILLE (64): Bibighans 4-3-12, Keparutis 1-0-2, Marshall 7-0-14, Pratt 4-3-15, Scott 2-1-5, Torres 1-0-2, Woods 5-4-14. Totals 24-11-64.

3-pointers: Pratt 4, Bibighans.

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