Tag: Kayshawn Cruz

Suburban Council boys basketball: Bethlehem wins battle of undefeated teams

A big third quarter helped Bethlehem defeat Saratoga Springs 75-65 in a battle of undefeated Suburban Council boys basketball teams Tuesday, Jan. 15.

The Eagles outscored the Blue Streaks 25-16 in the third period to open up a 12-point lead. Saratoga Springs made several attempts to get back into the game, but Bethlehem held on for the 10-point win.

Pat Ryan played a big role in Bethlehem’s victory. The senior guard made six three-pointers on his way to a season-high 20-point performance. Jake LaClair contributed 15 points, while Eric Signor (12 points) and Michael Ortale (11 points) added a combined total of 23 points.

Will Fox paced Saratoga Springs with 18 points, and Aidan Holmes chipped in with 16 points.

The victory moved Bethlehem into the Blue Division lead with a 9-0 record (13-0 overall) with seven games left in the regular season. Saratoga Springs dipped to 8-1 and 11-1. Continue reading “Suburban Council boys basketball: Bethlehem wins battle of undefeated teams”

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Scenes from Suburban Council boys basketball: Five Schenectady players reach double digits in a victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake

SCHENECTADY – Schenectady used a balanced attack to fend off Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 75-69 Tuesday, Dec. 4, in a Suburban Council boys basketball game.

Five players had double-digit point totals for the Patriots, led by Kareem Sanders’ 18-point performance. Chris Davis made four three-pointers as part of a 17-point night, while Kayshawn Cruz contributed 13 points for Schenectady. Lamar Fisher (12 points) and Jonon White (10 points) also had strong performances for the Patriots.

Alex Jameson poured in 30 points to lead BH-BL, which clawed its way back into the game after trailing by 12 points at halftime. Jameson drained six three-pointers and went 6-for-7 from the free throw line for the Spartans. Max Blowers chipped in with 14 points, and Jack Wyatt added 11 points for BH-BL. Continue reading “Scenes from Suburban Council boys basketball: Five Schenectady players reach double digits in a victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake”