H.S. Boys Basketball Roundup: Sir Bills beaten by Queensbury

JOHNSTOWN – Charles Peltz scored 15 points, leading Queensbury to a 49-37 Foothills Council boys basketball win over Johnstown on Friday.

Jon Heroth led the Sir Bills (2-8 overall, 1-5 Foothills Council) with 10 points.

The Spartans improved to 4-2 in the Foothills Council.

Queensbury 49, Johnstown 37

Queensbury12 14 15 8 – 49

Johnstown6 8 10 13 – 37

Queensbury

Moses 2-2-8, Peltz 4-7-15, Homkey 1-2-4, Troelstra 1-2-4, Reynolds 1-1-3, Jarasco 2-2-6, O’Leary 2-1-5, Bolen 1-0-2, Switzer 0-2-2. Totals: 14-19-49.

Johnstown

Mitchell 1-0-2, Auty 1-2-4, Naish 1-1-4, Vazquez 1-6-8, Szurek 2-0-4, Heroth 3-4-10, Everest 2-0-5. Totals: 11-13-37.

3-point goals: Queensbury 2 (Moses 2); Johnstown 2 (Naish, Everest).

Foothills Council

South Glens Falls 52, Broadalbin-Perth 49

SOUTH GLENS FALLS – Josh Hay scored a game-high 16 points, leading South Glens Falls to a win over Broadalbin-Perth.

Ben Bellandi led the Patriots (4-5 overall, 2-4 Foothills Council) with 23 points and Andre Taylor added 11.

The Bulldogs improved to 4-2 in the Foothills Council.

South Glens Falls 52, Broadalbin-Perth 49

Broadalbin-Perth4 17 13 13 – 49

South Glens Falls9 17 14 12 – 52

Broadalbin-Perth

Bellandi 8-4-23, Bochenek 2-0-4, Natoli 0-1-1, Newfrock 1-0-2, Sylvia 1-0-2, A. Taylor 4-2-11, P. Taylor 2-0-4, VanBrocklin 1-0-2. Totals: 19-7-49.

South Glens Falls

Buser 3-2-9, VanDixhorn 3-0-8, Ramsey 2-0-5, Hay 7-2-16, Ducey 2-3-7, Lane 0-1-1, Fish 1-0-2, Anastasia 1-0-2, Stewart 1-0-2. Totals: 20-8-52.

3-point goals: Broadalbin-Perth 4 (Bellandi 3, A. Taylor); South Glens Falls 4 (Buser, VanDixhorn 2, Ramsey).

Scotia-Glenville 70,

Glens Falls 46

GLENS FALLS – Joe Cremo scored 23 points, leading Scotia-Glenville to a win over Glens Falls.

Andrew Tabbert added 21 points for the Tartans (6-0 Foothills council) and Dom LaMorta had 10 points.

Cam Girard led Glens Falls (4-2 Foothills Council) with 13 points and jordan Green added 11.

Scotia-Glenville 70, Glens Falls 46

Scotia-Glenville 19 11 22 18 – 70

Glens Falls7 9 21 9 – 46

Scotia-Glenville

Stopera 2-0-6, Tabbert 9-3-21, Sausville 4-0-8, Cremo 6-10-23, LaMorta 3-2-10, Francois 1-0-2. Totals: 25-15-70.

Glens Falls

C. Girard 3-6-13, Lanoir 2-3-7, L. Girard 1-1-3, Sax 3-0-6, Wooley 2-0-4, Dailey 1-0-2, Green 4-0-11. Totals: 16-10-46.

3-point goals: Scotia-Glenville 5 (Stopera 2, Cremo, LaMorta 2); Glens Falls 4 (C. Girard, Green 4).

WAC

Canajoharie 48, Saratoga Central Catholic 42, OT

CANAJOHARIE – Dillan Veeder scored 15 points as Canajoharie defeated Saratoga Central Catholic in overtime.

Josh Gonzalez scored 11 points for the Cougars (10-2 overall, 7-1 WAC North) and Kevni Shannon added 10.

Keegan Murphy and Michael Naughton scored 13 points each for the Saints (5-3 WAC North).

The game was tied, 39-39, after regulation.

Canajoharie 48, Saratoga Central Catholic 42

Saratoga Central Catholic11 12 11 5 3 – 42

Canajoharie13 7 12 7 9 – 48

Saratoga Central Catholic

Murphy 4-5-13, Naughton 5-3-13, Spicer 1-1-4, Coons 1-0-2, Winters 1-0-3, Hall 3-0-7. Totals: 15-9-42.

Canajoharie

Gustafson 1-0-2, Bowerman 0-1-1, Shannon 4-0-10, Folts 3-1-7, Veeder 4-6-15, Ouderkirk 1-0-2, Gonzalez 5-1-11. Totals: 18-9-48.

3-point goals: Saratoga Central Catholic 3 (Spicer, Winters, Hall); Canajoharie 3 (Shannon 2, Veeder).

Fort Plain 81, Galway 34

GALWAY -Jacob Sardina scored a game-high 13 points, leading Fort Plain to a rout of Galway.

Marcus Failing added 12 points for the Hilltoppers (7-4 overall, 5-3 WAC North) and Stephen Belden added 10.

Andrew Izzo led the Golden Eagles (0-8 WAC North) with 11 points.

Fort Plain 81, Galway 34

Fort Plain24 19 25 13 81

Galway4 14 4 12 – 34

Fort Plain

Ray 2-0-6, Hanifin 4-0-8, Sardina 6-0-13, Sweet 2-1-5, Belden 4-2-10, Failing 5-0-12, Orlogio 3-1-7, Florian 3-2-8, Wolfe 1-1-3, Filmer 2-0-5, Potter 2-0-4. Totals: 34-7-81.

Galway

Marshall 1-1-4, Diaz 3-0-6, Izzo 4-3-11, Gregory 3-1-7, hartman 1-0-2, Goergan 2-0-4. Totals: 14-5-34.

3-point goals: Fort Plain 6 (Ray 2, Sardina, Failing 2, Filmer); Galway 1 (Marshall).

Mekeel Christian Academy 60,

Middleburgh 25

SCOTIA – Ohenio Miller scored 13 points leading Mekeel Christian Academy to a WAC South win over Middleburgh.

Spencer Bath added 11 points for the Lions (5-0 WAC South).

Ryan Bechtold led Middleburgh (2-3 WAC South) with seven points.

Mekeel Christian Academy 60, Middleburgh 25

Middleburgh5 6 7 7 – 25

Mekeel Christian Academy20 20 16 4 – 60

Middleburgh

Bechtold 2-2-7, Campbell 1-0-3, Green 2-1-6, Lucas 1-0-2, McMullen 2-0-4, Righi 1-0-3. Totals: 9-3-25.

Mekeel Christian Academy

Alteri 2-1-5, Bath 4-0-11, Miller 6-1-13, Moore 2-0-4, Mulvey 1-0-3, Penson 2-4-9, Senthil 1-0-2, Stewart 3-1-7, Wager 2-1-6. Totals: 23-8-60.

3-point goals: Middleburgh 4 (Bechtold, Campbell, Green, Righi); Mekeel Christian Academy 6 (Bath 3, Mulvey, Penson, Wager).

Colonial Council

Watervliet 53,

Fonda-Fultonville 31

FONDA – Jordan Gleason scored a game-high 22 points, leading Watervliet over Fonda-Fultonville.

Will Turner led the Braves (3-7 overall, 1-6 Colonial Council) with 12 points.

Watervliet 53, Fonda-Fultonville 31

Watervliet13 10 21 9 – 53

Fonda-Fultonville3 3 11 14 – 31

Watervliet

Gleason 8-3-22, Gilmore 3-0-7, Apitula 1-0-3, Parker 2-0-6, Brace 4-0-8, McConico 1-1-3, Ray 1-0-2, copeland 1-0-2. Totasl: 21-4-53.

Fonda-Fultonville

Calkins 1-0-2, Valachovic 1-0-2, Madore 4-1-9, Derby 1-0-2, Ives 0-2-2, Turner 3-6-12, Nowak 0-2-2. Totals: 10-11-31.

3-point goals: Watervliet 7 (Gleason 3, Gilmore, Capitula, Parker 2)

Big 10

LaSalle 85, Amsterdam 64

TROY – Ralph Erickson scored 24 points, leading LaSalle past Amsterdam.

Dom Razzano added 17 points for the Cadets (7-4 overall, 7-2 Big 10) and Elijah Burns had 16.

Robert Sherlock led the Running Rams (2-8 overall, 2-7 Big 10) with 17 pionts and Anthony Centi added 11.

LaSalle 85, Amsterdam 64

Amsterdam16 16 16 16 – 64

LaSalle21 21 21 22 – 85

Amsterdam

Carr 1-3-6, Centi 4-0-11, Druziak 3-0-9, Hardies 1-0-2, Laboy 2-0-5, Martni 3-0-7, Pritchard 1-1-3, Robershaw 1-0-2, Rosue 1-0-2, Sherlock 7-3-17. Totals: 24-7-64.

LaSalle

Arnold 1-0-2, Burns 5-5-16, Delollo 2-1-5, Desharnais 1-0-3, Doran 2-0-4, Erickson 8-5-24, Goldstein 12-3-8, Razzano 4-6-17, Smith 3-0-6. Totals: 26-20-85.

3-point goals: Amsterdam 9 (Carr, Centi 3, Druziak 3, Laboy, Martin); LaSalle 9 (Burns, Desharnais, Erickson 3, Goldstein, Razzano 3).