Wasaren League boys basketball: Stillwater rallies past Greenwich

Stillwater outscored Greenwich 23-13 in the fourth quarter to pull out a 66-56 victory Friday, Jan. 25, in a Wasaren League boys basketball game.

Brian McNeil poured in 31 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for the Warriors. Scott Travis knocked down a pair of three-pointers as part of a 17-point night for Stillwater.

Greenwich used a balanced attack to push Stillwater all night. Carson Mosher had 13 points, while Luke Pemrick and John Walsh each contributed 12 points. Jesse Kuzmich added 11 points for the Witches.

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Elsewhere in the Wasaren League, Tamarac got past Hoosic Valley 56-49, despite not having Jacob DeFreest in the lineup. Bo Catherwood led the Bengals with 17 points, while Frank Zotto chipped in with 14 points and Anthony Ciampolillo added 12 points. Derek Eddy paced Hoosic Valley with 13 points, and CJ Bassett added 12 points.

Cambridge pulled out a 44-40 victory over Saratoga Central Catholic. Brian Hall led Cambridge with 18 points, and Nick Murphy chipped in with 14 points. Jordan Catone scored 16 points for Spa Catholic, and Ryan McCarroll netted 11 points.

Hoosick Falls overcame a 23-13 deficit to surge past Mechanicville 74-57. Jon Kempf poured in 27 points, and Tristan Williams contributed 25 points for the Panthers. Josh Germain dropped six three-pointers on his way to a 20-point night for the Red Raiders.

T.J. Kelley scored 27 points to lead Waterford-Halfmoon to a 98-64 victory over Berlin. Kelley had five three-pointers for the Fordians, who jumped out to a 50-23 lead in the first half.

Michael Talavera netted 21 points, and Bobby Valigorski added 15 points for Waterford-Halfmoon. Malachi Ritter led Berlin with 23 points.

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