South High deals Lady Patriots loss

BROADALBIN — The Broadalbin-Perth Girls basketball team played host to South Glens Falls in a Foothills match-up Thursday night.

The Lady Patriots made a strong showing in the first quarter before the Bulldogs defensive pressure proved to be too much as South Glens Falls coasted to a 54-36 win.

Eighth grader, Emma Goebel, was high scorer for the Lady Patriots with 16 points while the Bulldogs were led by Ally Buser and Mackenzie Collier with 20 and 18 points respectively.

Goebel got the Lady Patriots on the board first, opening with a 3-pointer from the corner just 30 seconds into the game. Adrienne Morreale followed with a bucket in the lane to get Broadalbin-Perth off to a 5-0 start. Collier hit a free throw at the 4:06 mark to start things off for the Bulldogs but Kylie Stigberg responded with a basket to push the Lady Patriot lead to six.

Collier nailed a 3-point shot and, after Hannah Breen made a free throw, Buser made a 3-pointer to put the Bulldogs ahead by one.

Goebel’s 3-pointer at 1:27 was answered by another 3 point shot from Buser to give South Glens Falls an 11-10 lead.

Collier struck again with another 3-pointer but Caitlin Palmateer made a runner down the lane and Goebel added another bucket to tie the score at 14 at the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter saw the Bulldogs defense stiffen and their full court pressure created turnovers that allowed them to outscore the Lady Patriots 23-5.

The Bulldogs jumped out to a five-point lead with a free throw from Collier, while Breen and Buser each had a steal and a lay-up.

Makenzie Smith picked up a basket for the Lady Patriots but then the Bulldogs went on 12-0 run.

Buser made two 3-pointers, Collier added two baskets and Celyna Shaw made two free throws to give the Bulldogs a 31-16 lead with 4:13 to go in the half.

Lola DiCaterino managed to make a free throw for Broadalbin-Perth before Shaw, Collier and Jordan Palmer combined for six foul shots to put the Bulldogs ahead by 20 with 24 seconds to go.

The Lady Patriots were able to score once more when Nyah Thompson pulled up and hit an eight foot jumper with 3.0 left. The Bulldogs had a 37-19 lead at the half.

The Lady Patriots fared a little better in the third quarter as they were able to find some good shots.

After Collier hit a 15-foot jumper to lead off the second half for the Bulldogs, Goebel hit back-to-back 3-pointers to get Broadalbin-Perth started.

Collier fired back with a 3-point basket and then Thompson responded with a 12 foot jumper with 4:32 remaining in the third quarter making the score 42-21.

The Bulldogs got 3 point baskets from Breen and Madison Ruby to jump out to a 21 point lead.

Thompson stole the ball and drove in for a lay-up and Goebel added two more free throws for the Lady Patriots. South Glens Falls ended the third quarter scoring with another 3-pointer by Buser to make the score 51-31.

The fourth quarter was a low scoring effort by both teams.

With a 20-point lead, the Bulldogs only managed a 3-pointer by Buser, while the Lady Patriots got all five of their fourth-quarter points from Smith, which included three free throws and a steal for a lay-up at the buzzer to make the final score 54-36.

The Lady Patriots (3 -10 overall, 2-9 Foothills) will try to pick up their third Foothills Council win as they host Hudson Falls next Thursday.

South Glens Falls 54, Broadalbin-Perth 36

South Glens Falls 14 23 14 3 — 54

Broadalbin-Perth 14 5 12 5 — 36

South Glens Falls

Breen 2-1-6; Buser 7-0-20; Collier 6-3-18; Palmer 0-3-3; Ruby 1-0-3; Shaw 0-4-4. Totals: 16-11-54.

Broadalbin-Perth

Stigberg 1-0-2: Goebel 5-2-16; DiCaterino 0-1-1; Morreale 1-0-2; Thompson 3-0-6; Smith 2-3-7; Palmateer 1-0-2. Totals: 13-6-36.

3-point goals: South Glens Falls 11 (Ally Buser 6, Mackenzie Collier 3, Hannah Breen, Madison Ruby); Broadalbin-Perth 4 (Ema Goebel 4).

Hudson Falls 48, Glens Falls 44

HUDSON FALLS — The Lady Tigers rebounded from their loss to Gloversville on Wednesday with a 48-44 league win win over Glens Falls.

Naesha Kelley led Hudson Falls with her 16-point performance, while Madison Phillips had eight points and Kierra McCarthy finished with seven. Brinley Inglee and Danielle Kitchner had five points apiece for Hudson Falls.

Sovereign Strickland led Glens Falls with her 18-point effort that included a pair of 3-pointers, while Ana Bayle chipped in with 12 points.

Hudson Falls 48, Glens Falls 44

Glens Falls 8 3 15 18 — 44

Hudson Falls 8 10 13 17 — 48

Glens Falls

Bayle 5-0-12, Cutter 1-0-3, Schliff 2-1-5, Strickland 6-4-18, Williams 2-2-6. Totals: 16-7-44.

Hudson Falls

DePalo 3-1-7, Inglee 2-0-5, Kelley 3-10-16, Kitchner 2-0-5, McCarthy 3-0-7, Phillips 3-0-8. Totals: 16-11-48.

3-point goals: Glens Falls 5 (Sovereign Strickland 2, Anna Bayle 2, Lexi Cutter); Hudson Falls 5 (Madison Phillips 2, Kierra McCarthy, Danielle Kitchner, Brinley Inglee).

Amsterdam 76, Johnstown 56

AMSTERDAM — Giuliana Pritchard moved to within 30-points of the 1,000-point career scoring plateau with her 40-point effort against the Lady Bills Thursday at Amsterdam High School.

Pritchard’s 40-point effort was one-point shy of the schools girls single-game scoring record of 41 points set by Amy Jo Stewart in 1989.

The Lady Rams senior also pulled down 16 rebounds and had five assists and four steals.

Jaden Wilson led a trio of Johnstown scorers in double-digits with her 18-point effort. Anna Lee finished the night with 13 points and Amber Tesi chipped in with 12.

Amsterdam 76, Johnstown 56

Johnstown 14 12 14 16 — 56

Amsterdam 20 24 17 15 — 76

Johnstown

Lee 4-5-13, Morey 1-3-5, Mraz 0-3-3, Tesi 5-2-12, VanNostrand 2-1-7, Wilson 4-10-18. Totals: 16-24-56

Amsterdam

Beekman 2-0-4, DeRosa 2-0-4, Fedullo 2-2-6, Flint 2-0-5, Liverio 2-3-7, May 2-0-4, Pritchard 14-11-40, Stanavich 3-0-6. Totals: 29-16-76.

3-point goals: Johnstown 2 (Jess VanNostrand); Amsterdam 2 (Giuliana Pritchard, Taylor Flint).

Queensbury 62, Schuylerville 30

SCHUYLERVILLE —The Lady Spartans outscored Schuylerville 24-2 in the third-quarter and cruised to the Foothills Council victory.

Hope Sullivan led Queensbury with four 3-pointers in her game-high 23-point performance. Abby Doin added 14 points, while Olivia Nassivera finished with 11.

Cassie Patrick led Schuylerville with 14 points, while Emily Vallee finished the night with 12 points.

Queensbury 62, Schuylerville 30

Queensbury 9 15 24 14 — 62

Schuylerville 10 10 2 8 — 30

Queensbury

Ballard 3-0-6, Doin 4-4-14, Hunt 3-2-8, Nassivera 5-0-11, Sullivan 8-3-23. Totals: 23-9-62.

Schuylerville

Kelleher 1-0-2, Patrick 4-6-14, Signor 1-0-2, Vallee 5-2-12. Totals: 11-8-30.

3-point goals: Queensbury 7 (Hope Sullivan 4, Abby Doin 2, Olivia Nassivera); Schuylerville none.

Western Athletic Confernce

Bishop Gibbons 53,

Canajoharie 43

CANAJOHARIE — Chloe Bessinger delivered a 19-point performance for Bishop Gibbons in Thursday’s Western Athletic Conference contest at Canajoharie High School.

Ava Megyeri and Sarah Malinowski joined Bessinger in double-figures with 12 and 10 points apiece.

Mattie Krug led Canajoharie with nine points, while Mackenzie Bowerman had eight and Monica Hartlieb finished with seven.

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 53, Canajoharie 43

Bishop Gibbons 12 13 15 13 — 53

Canajoharie 6 8 15 14 — 43

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons

Bessinger 8-3-19, Ford 1-0-2, Jira 1-0-2, Kienzie 3-0-8, Malinowski 5-0-10, Megyeri 6-0-12. Totals: 24-3-53.

Canajoharie

Bowerman 3-2-8, Hartlieb 2-1-7, Koebel 1-0-2, Krug 3-1-9, Lathers 1-0-2, Morey 0-2-2, Robella 1-0-2, Sala 0—1-1, Yacobucci 3-3-10. Totals: 14-1043.

3-point goals: Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 2 (Abby Kienzie 2); Canajoharie 5 (Monica Hartlieb 2, Mattie Krug 2, Taya Yacobucci).

Non-League

Bolton 49,

Northville 44

NORTHVILLE — After falling behind by two points at the half, Bolton pulled away in the second half to pick up the non-league victory Thursday at Northville High School.

Maddy Pratt led the Eagles with her game-high 21 point, while Katlyn VanAuken finished with 12.

Hannah Coupas paced Northville with 18 points, while Brytney Moore had seven and Brianna Strouse and Kerrigan Groff chipped in with six points apiece.

Bolton 49, Northville 44

Bolton 9 12 14 14 — 49

Northville 9 14 10 11 — 44

Bolton

VanAuken 5-2-12, Baker 4-1-9, Pratt 8-5-21, Speranza 1-0-2, Connery 2-0-5. Totals: 20-8-49.

Northville

Coupas 8-1-18, Groff 3-0-6, Mackey 1-0-2, Miller 1-1-3, Moore 3-1-7, Ovitt 1-0-2, Strouse 2-0-6. Totals: 19-3-44.

3-point goals: Bolton 1 (Connery); Northville 3 (Breanna Strouse 2, Hannah Coupas).­

By Paul Wager

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