Saturday, March 1, 2008

Championship Saturday

All kinds of championship action this afternoon - check the schedule below for updates throughout the day.

Boys - from the Glens Falls Civic Center
Class D
(3) Northville vs (4) St. Johnsville - Northville 51, St. Johnsville 33
Class C
(1) Rensselaer vs (6) Germantown - Rensselaer 60, Germantown 49
Class CC
(3) Mechanicville vs (4) Voorheesville - Mechanicville 42, Voorheesville 37
Class B
(3) Hoosic Valley vs (4) Broadalbin-Perth - Hoosic Valley 44, Broadalbin 37

Girls - from Hudson Valley Community College
Class AA
(S1) Shenendehowa vs (S2) Bethlehem-Shenendehowa 36, Bethlehem 29
Class A
(1) Averill Park vs (2) Mohonasen - Averill Park 55, Mohon 26
Class B
(1) Hoosic Valley vs (2) Cohoes - Hoosic Valley 46, Cohoes 35
Class D
(1) Argyle vs (3) Sharon Springs - Argyle 55, Sharon Springs 23

Congratulations to the Maple Hill and Watervliet girls teams that captured class C and CC crowns last night, respectively.

I'll be checking gmail throughout the day, so please send me any updates or comments to troyrecordsports [at]

3:56 pm: After one, Rensselaer is rolling, 21-6. Justin Wilkinson already has 9.

4:17 pm: If Rensselaer owned the first quarter, Germantown owned the second. Behind a handful of steals that led to fast break easy twos, the Clippers narrowed the score to 30-23 at the half. Wilkinson has 14 and Germantown freshman Tommy Griffin has 11 - all coming in the second quarter. The Clippers fans are back and they are LOUD.

6:19 pm: At the half it is (no joke) Mechanicville 17, Voorheesville 13. The Rensselaer Rams play the winner Tuesday night at 6 pm in the CC/C playoff.

7:03: Mechanicville held on to win a very entertaining game over the Blackbirds. Rensselaer will have their hands full with Joe Loudis' crew - they can't have any meltdowns after taking a big lead as they did in their last two games.
Hoosic Valley and Broadalbin are taking their warmups right now - should be a raucous crowd for the final game and we'll see if the Indians can pick up their second sectional title of the day. The girls beat Cohoes earlier this afternoon.

7:46 pm: It's been an exciting half here in the B final. Broadalbin held Hoosic Valley to a 15-8 score in the first quarter, but two shot clock beating treys from Kyle Pallozzi and Pat Lanoue sparked a 12-4 second for Hoosic Valley, who leads 20-19 at the half.
This one is up in the air - either team could come out hot and put it away or we could be down to the last minute.
--Will Montgomery

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