Section 2 girls basketball: Juliana Paddock’s three-pointer lifts Loudonville Christian past Northville

Juliana Paddock hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to give Loudonville Christian a 51-50 victory over Northville in a non-league girls basketball game Tuesday, Jan. 22, in Loudonville.

The Eagles built a 28-15 halftime lead, but the Falcons stormed back with a 23-9 run in the third quarter to grab a 38-37 advantage. The fourth quarter was a back-and-forth battle before Paddock’s three-pointer gave Loudonville Christian the victory.

Paddock finished with eight points, while Genevieve Swanson netted 16 points for the Eagles. Victoria Ralston contributed 11 points, and Abbey Woods added 10 points.

Kerrigan Groff had 19 points, and Jessica Miller chipped in with 14 points for Northvillle.

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In other non-league action, Emma Willard rallied for a 40-37 victory over Albany Academy for Girls. The Jesters outscored the Bears 17-5 in the fourth quarter to erase a nine-point deficit.

Emma Shields scored 16 points, and Khairat Raji contributed 10 points for Emma Willard. Mianna Jackson paced Albany Academy with 15 points, and Aaliyah Juste scored 10 points.

Defending Section 2 Class C champion Cambridge pulled out a 53-46 victory at Berne-Knox-Westerlo. Sophie Phillips had 16 points, and Lilly Phillips chipped in with 13 points for Cambridge, which outscored BKW 17-11 in the fourth quarter to seal the road win.

Taylor Meacham paced the Bulldogs with 14 points, and Reagan Smith added 11 points.

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons held on for a 55-51 victory over Argyle. Ava Megyeri poured in 22 points, and Jailene Santiago contributed 13 points for the Golden Knights. Both Megyeri and Santiago made three three-pointers.

Paige Cormie led the Scots with 14 points, and Carly Kennedy had 11 points.

Germantown jumped out to a 20-4 lead in the first quarter and fended off a late challenge by Pine Plains to earn a 57-50 victory. Jen Ljutich netted 15 points, and Riley Gibbons chipped in with 14 points for the Clippers.

Tamarac went on a 22-8 run in the fourth quarter to defeat Voorheesville 54-34. Emily Erickson led Tamarac with 22 points, while Olivia Barringer guided Voorheesville with 21 points.

Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk steadily pulled away for a 60-31 victory over Duanesburg. Samantha Baker led four RCS players in double figures with 15 points, while Lauren Sanderson contributed 14 points. Madison Meyer’s 15 points paced Duanesburg.

Greenwich outscored Corinth 44-16 over the course of the second and third quarters on its way to a 70-33 victory over the Tomahawks. Molly Brophy turned in a 30-point performance for Greenwich, and Marquita Gutasy added 11 points. Alexa Abbatantuono had 13 points, and Maddie DeLisle chipped in with 12 points for Corinth.

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