High Schools: Northville boys’ basketball rallies in fourth to beat Galway; Gloversville bowlers win

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HIGH SCHOOLS – A 15-2 fourth-quarter run by Northville propelled the Panthers past Galway, 41-32 in Western Athletic Conference boys’ basketball action Wednesday night. Jacob Frank led the Northville charge with 24 points, including 10 in the final quarter. Galway was led by Josh Lovelass’ 10-point night.

Fonda-Fultonville shut out OESJ in the first quarter, starting with a 26-0 run on its way to a 68-12 final. Jackson Cusack led Fonda-Fultonville with 16 points. Brady Whipple scored 12 and Nate Mycek added 10.

Monroe scores 17 in Northville win over Galway

Hailey Monroe led Northville with a game-high 27 points, and Hannah Hoffman scored 21 in a 63-38 win over Galway in Western Athletic Conference girls’ basketball action. Galway’s Grace O’Brien scored 16 points.

Kieonna Christmas led Fonda-Fultonville with a game-high 15 points in a 51-31 win against OESJ. Anderson Eggleston led OESJ with eight points with Taylor Hayes and Sydney Hazzard each adding seven.

Broadalbin-Perth earned a 57-27 non-league win against Watervliet, led by Molly Russom’s 19-point night. Mairead Marsden and Camille Calderone each scored 12 points.

Loucks leads Gloversville bowlers past B-P

Andrew Loucks rolled a 222-high game to lead Gloversville past Broadalbin-Perth, 4-0, in Foothills Council bowling action Wednesday. Gloversville captured total pinfall, 2,794-2,567. Antonio D’Aniello rolled a match-high series of 544 that included games of 188 and 198.

Patrick Hyam Jr. rolled a high game of 256 on his way to a 644 series to lead Amsterdam to a 4-0 victory over Johnstown at Imperial Lanes. Matt Sawitzki had a 263-613 for the Rams, while Kai Brenan added a 214-604. Darryn Fallis posted a 209-588 to lead Johnstown, while Matt Ferrara rolled a 194-555 for Johnstown. Amsterdam finished with a 3,542-2,952 advantage in total pins.

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