Messiah Mallory and J.J. Chestnut combined to score 39 points to lead Watervliet to a 68-53 victory over Cohoes Tuesday, Feb. 5, in a Colonial Council boys basketball game.
Mallory did his damage near the basket as he poured in 20 points, while Chestnut made five three-pointers on his way to a 19-point night for the Cannoneers, who pulled away in the second half.
Kyle Milligan and Troy Snyder each scored 14 points for the Tigers. Continue reading “Colonial Council boys basketball: Messiah Mallory, J.J. Chestnut lead Watervliet past Cohoes”
Mohonasen overcame a four-point halftime deficit to edge Lansingburgh 59-55 in a Colonial Council boys basketball game Friday, Jan. 25.
Chase Monroe had 24 points for the Mighty Warriors, who outscored the Knights 21-14 in the third quarter. Shawn Gillisslee contributed 18 points, and Duncan Tallman added 13 points.
Vinny Tario led Lansingburgh with 15 points, and Isaiah Knight chipped in with 13 points. Continue reading “Colonial Council boys basketball: Mohonasen edges Lansingburgh”
The Tamarac boys basketball team locked up its first winning season since 2009 with a 64-44 non-league victory against New Lebanon Tuesday, Jan. 22.
Anthony Ciampolillo and Frank Zotto each scored 17 points to lead the Bengals (11-3), who pulled away from the Tigers with a 21-9 run in the second quarter. Cole Erickson had 14 points, and Clayton Erickson contributed 13 points for New Lebanon.
Elsewhere, Duncan Tallman became Mohonasen’s all-time scoring leader as the Mighty Warriors defeated Schenectady 71-63. Tallman scored 13 of his game-high 21 points in the fourth quarter lead Mohonasen to victory and surpass Phil DeCarlo atop the school’s leaderboard with 1,274 points.
Shawn Gillisslee chipped in with 16 points, and Chase Monroe added 15 points for Mohonasen, which overcame a slow start to build a 33-30 halftime lead. Elijah Johnsen had 15 points for Schenectady. Continue reading “Boys basketball: Tamarac defeats New Lebanon to clinch first winning season in 10 years”
Watervliet fended off a fourth quarter rally to defeat LaSalle 69-60 Tuesday, Jan. 15, in a Colonial Council boys basketball game.
The Cannoneers went on a 22-10 run in the second quarter to take 34-26 halftime lead against the Cadets. Watervliet extended its advantage to 14 points in the third quarter before LaSalle made a late push to trim the deficit to under double digits.
J.J. Chestnut poured in 23 points, and Khari Croley contributed 20 points for Watervliet. Connor Cepiel netted 14 points, Andrew Vanroy chipped in with 13 points and Jimyh Evans added 12 points for LaSalle. Continue reading “Colonial Council boys basketball: Watervliet hangs on to defeat LaSalle”
Mohonasen outscored Catholic Central 23-9 in the second quarter to take control on its way to a 66-50 home victory Friday, Jan. 11, in a Colonial Council boys basketball game.
Duncan Tallman led four Mohonasen players in double digits with 15 points. Nicholas Richmond had 13 points, Shawn Gillisslee contributed 12 points and Logan Calkins added 10 points for the Mighty Warriors.
Jackson Brown scored 30 points for Catholic Central, but it was not enough to offset Mohonasen’s balanced attack. Continue reading “Colonial Council boys basketball: Mohonasen dominates second quarter in victory over Catholic Central”
Duncan Tallman scored more than half of Mohonasen’s points to lead the Mighty Warriors to a 59-54 victory at Cobleskill-Richmondville Tuesday, Jan. 8, in a Colonial Council boys basketball game.
Tallman made three shots from behind the three-point arc on his way to a 32-point evening for the Mighty Warriors, who have now won their last five games. Drew Coelho added nine points.
Donovan Pacatte poured in 21 points, while Pat Nichols and Steve Maniscalco each contributed 10 points for Cobleskill-Richmondville. Continue reading “Colonial Council boys basketball: Duncan Tallman’s 32 points leads Mohonasen past Cobleskill-Richmondville”
Mohonasen and Guilderland used to be neighboring Suburban Council rivals until Mohonasen moved to the Colonial Council this season.
The boys basketball teams from the two schools kept their rivalry going this season, with Mohonasen getting the better of Guilderland 77-41 Saturday, Jan. 5.
Guilderland kept the game close through the first quarter, but Mohonasen used a 22-7 run in the second quarter to build a 37-17 halftime lead. The Mighty Warriors continued their onslaught with a 24-point third quarter to put the game out of reach.
Duncan Tallman sank six three-pointers on his way to a 28-point afternoon for Mohonasen. Chase Monroe contributed 17 points, while Nicholas Richmond, Drew Coelho and Shawn Gillisslee all added eight points.
Billy Lia led Guilderland with 14 points. Continue reading “Non-league boys basketball: Mohonasen cruises past Guilderland in rivalry game”
A 26-6 run in the third quarter helped Mohonasen pull away for a 63-33 victory over Cohoes Thursday, Jan. 3, in a Colonial Council boys basketball game in Rotterdam.
The Mighty Warriors built a 30-17 halftime lead before putting the game out of the Tigers’ reach with their third quarter burst.
Duncan Tallman had 15 points, and Chase Monroe contributed 12 points for Mohonasen (3-3 league, 6-4 overall), which returned to the .500 mark in the Colonial Council with its victory. Troy Snyder scored nine points, and Jonathan LaSure added eight points for Cohoes (0-6, 1-8). Continue reading “Colonial Council boys basketball: Mohonasen runs past Cohoes”
Schalmont won the battle of undefeated Colonial Council boys basketball teams with a 72-58 victory over Watervliet Tuesday, Dec. 18.
Shane O’Dell poured in 34 points, and LJ Randle contributed 23 points for the Sabres, who outscored Watervliet 41-25 in the second half to pull away. Messiah Mallory had 19 points, and J.J. Chestnut chipped in with 17 points for Watervliet.
Elsewhere in the Colonial Council, LaSalle eased past Cohoes 56-24. Garrett Myers had 11 points, and Jimyh Evans added 10 points for the Cadets. Ivan Brajac led Cohoes with eight points. Continue reading “Colonial Council boys basketball: Schalmont surges past Watervliet; LaSalle handles Cohoes”
Duncan Tallman joined the 1,000-point club to lead Mohonasen to a 71-27 victory over Ichabod Crane Tuesday, Dec. 4, in a Colonial Council boys basketball game in Rotterdam.
Needing 21 points to hit the mark entering Tuesday’s game, Tallman drained four three-pointers on his way to a 27-point performance. Chase Monroe contributed nine points for the Mighty Warriors, who went on a 23-3 run in the third quarter to put the game out of Ichabod Crane’s reach.
Zach Kennedy had seven points for Ichabod Crane.
In another Colonial Council contest, Catholic Central built a 14-point halftime lead on its way to a 47-34 victory over Cohoes. Jackson Brown tallied 14 points, and Al’lon Walters chipped in with 13 points for the Crusaders. Troy Snyder netted 10 points for the Tigers.