Tuesday, January 27, 2009

High School roundup, 1/26/09

The Record

GREEN ISLAND - Alex Heffern scored 18 points and Brandon Fish connected on four three-point buckets en route to 16 points as the Heatly Hornets defeated Berkshire 66-45 in a Central Hudson Valley League boys basketball game.
Heatly (7-2, 9-4) moved into a second place tie with Loudonville Christian in the CHVL standings. Both teams are one game behind Germantown in the win column.
The Heatly defense held Berkshire (0-10, 0-12) to four points in the second quarter to take a 38-17 lead into halftime. Nine players scored at least two points for the Hornets.
HEATLY 66, BERKSHIRE 45
BERKSHIRE: Balkman 8-1-18, Beasley 4-0-8, Plemons 3-0-6, Inman 1-2-4, Kerlegrand 0-1-1, SJones 2-0-4, Mansfield 1-0-2, Powells 1-0-2. Totals: 20-4-45.
HEATLY: Bryant 1-1-3, Fish 6-0-16, Gleason 1-0-2, AHeffern 8-0-18, PHeffern 2-0-4, Lazzaro 3-0-6, Patalino 2-0-4, Pringle 3-2-8, Skiba 2-0-5. Totals: 28-3-66.
Berkshire (0-10, 0-12) 13 4 13 15 – 45
Heatly (7-2, 9-4) 20 18 17 11 – 66
3-point goals: Berkshire 1 (Balkman 1). Heatly 7 (Fish 4, AHeffern 2, Skiba 1).

Albany 62, La Salle 58 (OT):
The Cadets made a spirited second-half rally to force overtime but the Falcons prevailed in the extra frame to walk away with a Big 10 victory over La Salle.
Raja Johnson knocked down four three-pointers and finished with 22 points while Corey Harris added 19 for Albany (5-5, 6-7).
Mason Horne paced La Salle (2-8, 4-10) with 18 points.
ALBANY 62, LA SALLE 58 (OT)
ALBANY: Bennett 3-4-10, Johnson 9-3-22, West 1-2-4, Harris 8-3-19, Durr 1-0-2, Fredericks 1-0-2. Totals: 23-12-62.
LA SALLE: Campbell 3-3-9, Smith 2-0-6, Reutemann 4-1-9, Murray 5-2-12, Horne 8-2-18, Sportman 1-1-4. Totals: 23-9-58.
Albany (5-5, 6-7) 18 13 10 7 14 – 62
La Salle (2-8, 4-10) 10 14 15 10 10 – 58
3-point goals: Albany 4 (Johnson 4). La Salle 3 (Smith 2, Sportman 1).

Girls Basketball

Berlin 56, Doane Stuart 10: Lindsey DaPoalis scored a game-high 18 points and Angel Reed added 12 as Berlin (8-0, 9-1) remained perfect in CHVL action.
New Lebanon 45, Hawthorne Valley 30: New Lebanon picked up a CHVL victory over Hawthorne Valley.
Bishop Maginn 44, Bishop Gibbons 7: The Golden Griffins held the Knights scoreless in the first half and Mariah Stewart scored 10 points for Bishop Maginn in a Big 10 victory.
Hudson Valley 47, Oakwood Christian 40: Jael Dick scored 22 points to lead the Lady Rocks to victory.
Carolyn Perrotta scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Oakwood Christian.
Boys Bowling
Cohoes 18, Lansingburgh 14: Zach LaDue led the Tigers to the Colonial Council win by a total score of 3,531-3,490. LaDue finished with a 237 high-game and a 657 triple.
Steven Black led the Knights with a 257 high-game and a 691 triple.
Watervliet 25.5, Waterford 6.5: Nick Hodges rolled a 207 high game and scored a 593 series to lead the Cannoneers to a Colonial Council victory. Watervliet won in total pins, 3,175 to 2,671.
Sam Donaldson paced the Fordians with a 201-537.
Mechanicville 26, Schalmont 6: Tom Bee rolled a 269 high game en route to a 784 three-game series to lead the Red Raiders to a Colonial Council victory. Mechanicville took the total pins advantage, 3,913 to 3,601.
John Pitucci paced Schalmont with a 249-636.
CBA 4, Catholic Central 0: Aaron Devost paced the Brothers with a 266 high game and a 737 triple en route to a 3,597-to-3,444 total pins victory for CBA in Big 10 action.
Chris Hardt rolled a 257-683 for Catholic Central while Trisha Matthews added a 217 game and a 598 series.
Girls Bowling
Lansingburgh 28, Cohoes 4: Liz Pratt led the Lady Knights with a 212-592 for a Colonial Council victory. Lansingburgh won in total pins, 3,132-2,573.
Cassie Walker paced the Tigers with a 207-508.

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