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Friday, April 19, 2024

Gloversville’s Collar guides team to victory over Mohonasen in Section 2 basketball

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Jordan Collar’s impressive performance led Gloversville to ⁤a 51-35 victory over Mohonasen in a non-conference​ boys’ basketball game. Collar scored 10 of his 15 points ​in ⁢the first⁤ quarter, setting the tone for ​the game. ⁤On the other side, Jordon Knight led Mohonasen with 10⁣ points, but it wasn’t​ enough⁤ to secure the win.

In another game, Middleburgh dominated Northville with a‍ 56-34 ⁢victory ⁣in the ‍Western Athletic Conference. Eric Pickering led Middleburgh with 17 points, followed by JJ​ Harzymski with 14‍ and Guillermo Martinez with 12. Kevin‍ Becotte and Landon Fraser were ⁤the top‍ scorers for​ Northville, each contributing seven points to their team’s⁣ total.

GIRLS

Queensbury secured a 62-47 non-conference ⁤win over Mohonasen, outscoring them 20-8 in the fourth ​quarter.‍ Shea Canavan ⁤led the charge for Queensbury with 18 points and an impressive nine steals. Her performance also earned her a spot in the school’s history books as the seventh player to collect⁣ at least 200 ⁤career steals, ⁤with a total of 205 steals in her career.

Kaitlyn Barton⁤ had a standout game with ‍a double-double, scoring 15 points and‌ grabbing‍ 12 rebounds. Dyllan⁢ Ray and ‌Quinn Jones also contributed ⁤to the win with 14 and‌ 11‌ points, respectively. On the other side, Isabella Petrocci⁣ led ‍Mohonasen ⁣with 14 points.

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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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3 COMMENTS

  1. Good punctuation and grammar, agree. Great teamwork and leadership! Gloversville’s Collar really stepped up and led the team to an impressive win. They deserve this victory!

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