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O’Hanlon leads Duanesburg to victory over Middleburgh in Section 2 girls’ basketball recap

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Check out the latest highlights from the Section 2 girls’ basketball games.

WEDNESDAY, ​JAN. ‌10

Allison O’Hanlon contributed 30 ‍points and eight ‍rebounds to‌ lead ‌Duanesburg to an 82-18 ⁤win over Middleburgh in a Western Athletic Conference game. Chloe Galvin added 12 points and five steals. Payton Yung’s seven points led ‌Middleburgh.

OESJ outscored Northville⁣ in the first quarter, but ⁣Northville turned the ⁤tables ‍on ‍it the next three quarters and won 47-32. Hailey Monroe scored a game-high 25 for‍ Northville.Keira Mackey added 10. Taylor Hayes’ eight points paced OESJ.

Fonda-Fultonville‍ topped Schoharie​ 54-30,⁣ Kieonna Christmas had 19 points, 12 rebounds and⁢ seven assists for Fonda-Fultonville. Samara Hunt⁢ added 13 points. ‍Savannah Traverse scored 10 ⁤to lead⁣ the Storm.

In the Colonial Council, Albany⁢ Academy cruised past Voorheesville ⁣62-20. Alex Leonard and Bella‍ Vincent each‍ scored 13 for Academy, with Liana Williams ‍contributing seven assists. Erin Owens ‌had six​ for ‌the Blackbirds.

Holy Names put 12 players in the‍ scoring column in​ its 74-22 non-league win over Schenectady. Sophia‌ Bologna led Holy Names with 17 points. Jeniyah Wood added 13, and Gianna Savoca scored 11.

In Patroon Conference action, Maple ⁢Hill topped​ Greenville 49-38. Sydney Rogers scored 22 to⁤ lead ⁢Maple Hill. Addi Loszynski added 11.

TUESDAY, JAN.⁢ 9

Caitlyn Richmond scored ‌14 ‌points in the third quarter as the Mohonasen girls’ basketball ‌team outscored Cohoes 24-8 on⁤ the way to a 60-43 victory in the Colonial Council. Richmond, who hit four 3-pointers​ in the third, finished with 17 points, Isabella​ Petrocci scored 16‍ and Payton​ Whipple scored 11 for⁣ Mohonasen, which ​trailed 26-25 at halftime.

In the Suburban Council, Iyana Weedon ⁣scored 24 points to lead Albany past Colonie 61-51.​ Azera Gates had 11 ⁢points, six rebounds and five ‍assists for the Falcons.

Shaker ‌outscored⁤ Bethlehem 18-12⁤ in the fourth quarter to edge the Eagles​ 57-54. Sierra Carter made five 3-pointers on ⁣her way to 19 ⁣points for Shaker. ⁣Jayla Geter‌ added 15. Kelsey VonWedel had ⁢16 points to lead ‍Bethlehem. Caroline Davis contributed 11.

MONDAY, JAN. 8

Mechanicville downed Hoosick⁣ Falls 47-35 in ⁢the Wasaren League. Sophia Tamasi led Mechanicville with 14 points. Ava Case’s ⁤11 led Hoosick ⁤Falls.

Greenwich edged Stillwater 45-40. ‌Brooke Kuzmich led the Witches ⁢with 24 points, while Miranda Price had 14 to lead Stillwater.

Tamarac topped‍ Waterford-Halfmoon 55-30. Myanna⁣ Faraji led ‌the victors with 20‌ points. Kayla Beaudoin ⁣contributed 18. Maddy Atwood⁤ and Izzy Vecchio each scored nine to lead the ⁤Fordians.

Cambridge ⁣beat ⁣Saratoga Central Catholic 49-39.​ Ashley Moses⁤ scored 12 of her 14 points for Cambridge ⁤in the second half.​ Sophia Ryan scored a game-high 19 ⁤to lead Saratoga Catholic.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo had four double-digit scorers in‍ its 71-46 win ‍over Canajoharie in Western Athletic Conference ⁣action. Emily Andrews and Katie Stevens led the⁤ way with 15 points ​apiece, while Bella Daguillo‌ and Annie Lendrum⁢ had 14 and 10, respectively. Charlotte Nare scored 16 to lead Canajoharie,‌ with Megan ‍Blakeslee adding 10.

Shea ⁣Canavan ⁤scored​ 14 of her game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter to lead Queensbury ‌to ⁤a 62-48 win over Broadalbin-Perth in a battle of league unbeatens in‌ the ​Foothills ‌Council. She also had‌ five ‍rebounds, eight assists and eight steals. Dyllan Ray‌ added 16 points and eight rebounds.⁣ Kaitlyn​ Barton had 12 points.⁤ Molly Russom led B-P with 23⁤ points, 14 coming in the first half.

Glens Falls defeated Gloversville 61-30. Gianna⁢ Endieveri⁤ scored 16 to lead the Black Bears, while Darielle Gooden⁢ had​ 14. ‌Shiasia Williams had 11 to pace Gloversville.

South⁤ Glens Falls jumped out‍ to ⁤a 20-4 lead after one quarter‍ on its way to a 76-22 win over Johnstown.⁣ Jordan Wolfe had‍ 25 points for South ‌Glens Falls, while Charlotte McDonough contributed 22, with​ Bailey Wolfe adding 17. Molly Wilcox scored 17 to lead Johnstown.

Annie Fedullo delivered a double-double⁤ of 17‍ points and 21 rebounds⁣ to lead Amsterdam ⁤to ⁣a 58-36 win over Hudson Falls. Felise Fowler struck for​ 18‌ points and five blocked shots, while Mia Natale contributed 15 points and five rebounds.

SATURDAY, JAN. 6

Catholic ‌Central’s fourth-quarter rally fell⁣ just short, ⁤as Bishop Ludden topped the Crusaders 55-52 ⁤in non-league action. Kris Foglia ‌scored 14 of her 16 points in ⁣the second half ⁤for‍ Catholic Central. Dior Dubere had 11, ​and Navia‍ Turpin scored⁢ 10.

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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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