Christmas is just a few days away, holiday break is almost here and here is a look at some of the Section II boys’ basketball action from Thursday, December 21, 2017:
GUILDERLAND — Colonie’s Isaiah Moll scored 23 points to lead the Garnet Raiders to their second straight win, downing Guilderland 64 to 51.
NISKAYUNA — Three Shenendehowa Plainsmen put up double figures to trounce the Silver Warriors 64 to 39: Chris Hulbert (17 points), Abbas Merchant (15 points), T.J. Songare (12 points).
BURNT HILLS — The Averill Park Warriors beat the Burnt Hills/Ballston Lake Spartans 55-46. Zach Price led the way for the AP with 25 points.
ALBANY — Christian Brothers Academy (CBA) got passed Albany High School 86-68. Four Brothers led the way with double-digit scoring: Pryce Wasula (19 points), Drew Signor (17 points), Pete O’Toole (17 points), Jordan King (12 points).
BETHLEHEM — The BC Eagles beat the Columbia Blue Devils 63-44. Michael Ortale led the Eagles with 15 points.
LATHAM — The Saratoga Blue Streaks picked up their fifth win of the season, beating Shaker 57-45. Saratoga’s Nick Chudy put up 27 points in the win. Aidan Joly’s complete game recap will be up soon.
GREEN ISLAND — Joey Panetta scored 17 points and had 10 assists as Waterford surpassed Heally 66 to 38.
MECHANICVILLE — The Greenwich Witches outlasted the Mechanicville Warriors 49 to 38. Ellis Pemrick led the Witches with 22 points.
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