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Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake triumphs over Saugerties in Shawn Walsh Tournament’s Section 2 boys’ basketball


Basketball Action: Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Triumphs in Shawn Walsh Memorial Tournament

Exciting basketball action⁢ unfolded at the ⁣Shawn Walsh Memorial Tournament hosted by‌ Burnt⁣ Hills on Wednesday. In⁣ a thrilling match, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake emerged victorious with a 56-46⁤ win over Saugerties. Ben Kline led the Spartans with an impressive​ 18 ⁢points, while John Klopfer contributed 15 points to secure ⁤the win.

Meanwhile, in another intense game at the Shawn Walsh Tournament, Averill Park secured a 57-48 victory ⁣over Queensbury. Jacob Phelps shone with 18 points⁣ for⁤ Averill Park, while ‌Troy Jorgensen led the Spartans with 13 points.

Over at the Colonie ​Tournament, Colonie dominated the court ⁣with a⁤ 70-44‍ win over Pittsfield (Mass.). Julius Reed, Cam Trimarchi, and⁣ Trey Owens-Cody showcased their skills with 17, 16, ​and 12 points⁣ respectively, securing a ⁢resounding victory for Colonie.

Not to ⁣be outdone, LaSalle and Bethlehem‍ battled it out in the CBA Tournament, ‌with LaSalle emerging ‌victorious with ⁤a narrow 45-43 win. Tra’dell Faison and Davon Maloney led the charge for the Cadets, scoring 20 and 18 points respectively, while Cam LaClair put up a valiant effort with 20 points for the Eagles.

Other standout ‍performances included Kellen‌ Driscoll’s impressive 21 points, leading Glens Falls to a commanding 96-42 victory⁢ over​ Fair Haven (Vt.) ⁣in ⁢the‍ Glens Falls Holiday Tournament. Brady​ Smith also made his mark with 29 points, propelling South Glens Falls ‍to a 77-67 win⁢ over Hoosick Falls in the Glens⁣ Falls Tournament. ‍Dayne Coates ⁤showcased his skills with 26 points, leading Berne-Knox-Westerlo to a ⁣convincing 92-51 victory over⁤ Cairo-Durham in the Berne-Knox-Westerlo ⁢Tournament.

Additionally, Mayfield secured a hard-fought win over​ OESJ in the Woodward⁢ Tournament at Northville High School, with Sean Foreman’s outstanding performance of 17 points and ​21 ⁣rebounds. Senior Brody Page ​also made a significant impact with 16 points, 12 rebounds, and‌ seven assists for ‌the Panthers, while Collin ‌Eakin led OESJ with 17 points and eight rebounds.

Jack Sullivan
Jack Sullivan
Jack Sullivan, an informed and passionate sports reporter, is a former college athlete with a degree in Sports Communication from Ithaca College. Go Bombers!
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  1. Great job BH-BL! They dominated the game and proved they’re a force to be reckoned with in Section 2 boys’ basketball. #Victorious


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