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Results of Boys’ Basketball Tournament in Section 2


Here’s a recap of the recent Section 2 boys’ basketball tournaments:

Tuesday, Feb. 20


Duanesburg Eagles soared past Hadley-Luzerne with a 90-43 victory in the first round. Jeff Mulhern was the star of the game with 26 points. Ethan Thompson added 22 points for Duanesburg, while Mason Conklin and Eugene Conroy scored 13 and 11 points respectively for Hadley-Luzerne.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo bulldozed past Greenwich with a 72-47 win, thanks to Shane Kirker and Dayne Coates who scored 20 points each. Cal Curtis and Ryan Ingber led Greenwich with 22 and 15 points respectively.

Cambridge, seeded No. 17, gave top-seeded Maple Hill a tough fight, but the Wildcats emerged victorious with a 60-49 win. Nick Novak and Brady Cole were the top scorers for Maple Hill with 13 points each, while Jake Fish added 10. Mason MacDougall, Tully Mahar and Travis Yurschak led Cambridge with 14, 13 and 12 points respectively.

Warrensburg secured a 61-24 win over Mayfield. Steve Schloss was the standout player with 29 points and seven rebounds. Evan LaPell added 16 points and 10 rebounds for Warrensburg, while Brody Page scored eight points for Mayfield.

Hoosic Valley comfortably defeated Fort Plain 69-28, with Chris Jones scoring 18 points. Isaac Wiley and Landon Reilly added 14 and 13 points respectively for Hoosic Valley, while Dylan Keane scored 11 points for Fort Plain.

Saratoga Catholic advanced with a 78-50 win over Middleburgh, thanks to a stellar 27-point performance from Tyler Hicks. Ryan Gillis and Hunter Fales added 12 and 11 points respectively for the Saints, while Connor Mattice scored 10 points for Middleburgh.


Hudson Falls defeated Broadalbin-Perth 76-42 in the first round. Jaymison Eisenhardt, Brady Smith, Drew Seeley and Jayden Hardwick were the top scorers for Hudson Falls with 16, 15, 13 and 10 points respectively. Landon Russom led the Patriots with 18 points.

Ichabod Crane narrowly escaped an upset, securing a 47-46 win over Scotia-Glenville. Quinn Rapport was the top scorer for the Riders with 23 points. Alex Bellotti, Fermin Fabian and Melvin Corker led Scotia-Glenville with 14, 12 and 11 points respectively.


Fonda-Fultonville triumphed over Corinth 51-33 in the first round. Brady Melious led the scoring with 22 points, and Riley Wilson added 10. Kaden Wright and Avery Wood scored 11 points each for Corinth.

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons edged past Watervliet 53-48, thanks to a 26-point performance from Esiasyn Starr. Daheem Wilson led Watervliet with 27 points.

Hoosick Falls defeated Granville 74-36. Carson Glover was the top scorer for Hoosick Falls with 14 points, while Andrew Sparks added 11. Liam Farrell led Granville with nine points.

Saturday, Feb. 17


Owen Castellano scored a career-high 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as No. 13 Fort Plain secured a 59-46 preliminary-round win over No. 20 OESJ. Bradley Rumrill added 16 points for the Hilltoppers. Baler Stowell, Logan Snell and Collin Eakin led OESJ with 15, 13 and 12 points respectively.

Friday, Feb. 16


Mayfield dominated the second half to secure a 61-34 victory over Salem in the preliminary round. The Panthers outrebounded Salem 50-20, with Brody Page grabbing 20 rebounds and scoring 21 points, and Sean Foreman grabbing 17 rebounds. Nate Fetrow and Cubby Roth added 10 points each for Mayfield. Blaise Barrett led Salem with 13 points.

Cambridge pulled out a 52-49 victory over Canajoharie, outscoring them 13-8 in the fourth quarter. Antonio Fairley and Dillan Randle led Canajoharie with 22 and 15 points respectively.

Greenwich secured a 69-58 win over Waterford-Halfmoon, thanks to 20-point performances from Jack Saunders and Ryan Ingber. Derrick Pontore, Matt Soden and Anthony Scunziano led Waterford-Halfmoon with 20, 18 and 13 points respectively.

Beckett Nielson
Beckett Nielson
Transitioning from a collegiate athlete to a sports journalist, Beckett O’Neal channels his passion for sports into engaging stories. A Boston College graduate, Beckett specializes in local sports coverage, from high school heroes to regional professional teams, providing in-depth analysis and an athlete's insight.
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