High Schools: Amsterdam boys’ basketball keeps rolling with win over Scotia-Glenville

Amsterdam's Ceasar Thompson goes up for a shot as Scotia-Glenville's Eddie Bradt defends during Tuesday's Foothills Council game at Amsterdam High School.

Amsterdam’s Ceasar Thompson goes up for a shot as Scotia-Glenville’s Eddie Bradt defends during Tuesday’s Foothills Council game at Amsterdam High School.

Amsterdam boys’ basketball notched its eighth-straight win Tuesday defeating Scotia-Glenville 79-62 in Foothills Council action.

The Rams outscored the Tartans 26-6 in the first quarter, which proved to be insurmountable. The Tartans actually outscored the Rams over the final three periods.

Victor Dueno knocked down six of Amsterdam’s 10 3-pointers en route to 20 points. Cesar Thompson chipped in 19, Jhai Vellon had 17 and Alec Bartone contributed 13. Eddie Bradt scored 19 for Scotia-Glenville.

South Glens Falls won a back-and-forth affair against Broadalbin-Perth 52-45. Brady Smith scored 21 points for the Bulldogs. Ryan Savoie matched him with 21 of his own to lead the Patriots.



Johnstown 3, Gloversville 1

J (2,840) — Darryn Fallis 242-681, Mathew Ferrara 174-496, Hayden Ackerknecht 178-490. G (2,661) — Tyler Earley 192-517, Devin Butcher 165-479, James Parker 174-469.

By LH Staff

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