Girls Basketball Roundup: Lady Dragons post 13th straight Foothills win

Gloversville's Kendra Lavery, with ball goes up for a shot as Broadalbin-Perth's Allison McDonald defends during Thursday's Foothills Council game at Broadalbin-Perth High School. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)

Gloversville's Kendra Lavery, with ball goes up for a shot as Broadalbin-Perth's Allison McDonald defends during Thursday's Foothills Council game at Broadalbin-Perth High School. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)

BROADALBIN — The Gloversville Lady Dragons notched their 14th win in the last 15 games and extended their Foothills Council win streak to 13 with a 57-36 victory over Broadalbin-Perth Thursday night at Broadalbin-Perth High School.

Harmony Philo led the Lady Dragons (14-5 overall, 13-4 Foothills) with 27 points, including three 3-pointers to take her season total to 60. Kendra Lavery added 12 points for Gloversville, while Kerri Hauser had eight and Alex Benfatti had four.

Daley Jo Christman, Alecea Jones and Chloe Atty all chipped in with two points apiece.

Makenzie Smith and Nyah Thompson led Broadalbin-Perth with 14 points apiece, while Lola DiCaterino had six and Emma Goebel rounded out the Lady Patriots scoring with two.

Gloversville will wrap up its regular season play Monday with a home game against Hudson Falls, while the Lady Patriots will play the opening game of a doubleheader against Scotia-Glenville on Monday.

The Lady Patriots will tip-off at 5:30 p.m. on senior night against Scotia-Glenville, while the boys varsity teams will play immediately following.

Gloversville 57, Broadalbin-Perth 36

Gloversville 17 14 16 10 — 57

Broadalbin-Perth 4 12 9 11 — 36

Gloversville

Christman 1-0-2, Jones 0-2-2, Hauser 4-0-8, Philo 11-2-27, Lavery 4-4-12, Benfatti 2-0-4, Atty 1-0-2. Totals: 23-8-57.

Broadalbin-Perth

DiCaterino 1-0-2, Iannotti 2-0-6, Thompson 5-2-14, Smith 5-4-14. Totals: 13-6-36.

3-point goals: Gloversville 3 (Harmony Philo 3); Broadalbin-Perth 4 (Caroline Iannotti 2, Nyah Thompson 2).

Amsterdam 66, Queensbury 61

AMSTERDAM — The Lady Rams posted a 30-point third quarter to pull away from Queensbury and lock up the Foothills Council title Thursday at Amsterdam High School.

Giulianna Pritchard led Amsterdam with 26 points to push her season point total to 457 and eclipse Nina Fedullo’s single-season scoring record of 455. Pritchard also recorded 16 rebounds and eight steals in the game.

Jackie Stanavich had 17 points for Amsterdam, while Elena Fedullo had 10 and Lucia Liverio chipped in with seven points.

Hailey Ballard led Queensbury with 19 points, while Hope Sullivan finished with 10 points and Abby Doin had eight.

Amsterdam 66, Queensbury 61

Queensbury 16 12 16 17 — 61

Amsterdam 16 10 30 10 — 66

Queensbury

Ballard 8-3-19, Doin 3-0-8, F. Hunt 2-2-6 K. Hunt 2-1-5, Nassivera 3-0-6, O’Connor 2-1-5, Pepe 1-0-2, Sullivan 4-0-10. Totals: 25-7-61.

Amsterdam

Fedullo 5-0-10, Flint 1-0-2, Liverio 2-3-7, May 1-1-4, Pritchard 9-7-26, Stanavich 6-5-17. Totals: 24-16-66.

3-point goals: Queensbury 2 (Abby Doin 2, Hope Sullivan 2); Amsterdam 2 (Giulianna Pritchard, Antonia May).

Hudson Falls 53, Johnstown 48

HUDSON FALLS — Johnstown trimmed a 13-point halftime deficit down to five, outscoring Hudson Falls 14-6 in the third quarter. However, the Tigers matched the Lady Bills fourth-quarter scoring to secure the Foothills Council victory.

Anna Lee led the Lady Bills with 20 points, while Abbygail VandeWalker and Jaden Wilson had seven points apiece and Jesse VanNostrand chipped in with six.

Danielle Kitchner led Hudson Falls with 12 points, while Jana DePalo added 11 points and Brinley Inglee finished with 10.

Hudson Falls 53, Johnstown 48

Johnstown 14 9 14 11 — 48

Hudson Falls 20 16 6 11 — 53

Johnstown

VanNostrand 2-1-6, VandeWalker 3-0-7, Tesi 2-2-6, Morey 1-0-2, Lee 6-6-20, Wilson 1-5-7. Totals: 15-14-48.

Hudson Falls

Phillips 0-2-2, McCarthy 2-1-7, Kelley 4-1-9, Kitchner 4-2-12, Inglee 4-0-10, Hogan 1-0-2, DePalo 2-7-11. Totals: 17-13-53.

3-point goals: Johnstown 4 (Anna Lee 2, Jesse VanNostrand, Abbygail VandeWalker).

South Glens Falls 51, Scotia-Glenville 49

SCOTIA — The South High Bulldogs rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit to hand Scotia-Glenville its second-straight loss in Foothills Council action Thursday at Scotia-Glenville High School.

Makenzie Collier led South High with her game-high 24 points, while Hanna Breen had nine points and Madison Ruby chipped in with seven

Rhaymi Porter led Scotia-Glenville with nine points, while Mary Kate Palleschi had eight and Julianna Geniti finished with seven.

South Glens Falls 51, Scotia-Glenville 49

South Glens Falls 8 8 15 20 — 51

Scotia-Glenville 12 12 10 15 — 49

South Glens Falls

Bovair 0-2-2, Breen 3-1-9, Collier 8-4-24, Fennelly 1-1-3, Palmer 0-3-3, Ruby 2-3-7, Shaw 0-3-3. Totals: 14-17-51.

Scotia-Glenville

Brown 3-0-7, J. Geniti 3-2-7, L. Geniti 1-2-5, Palleschi 3-1-8, Porter 3-3-9, Wilson 2-0-4, Winney 3-0-9. Totals: 18-7-49.

3-point goals: South Glens Falls 6 (Makenzie Collier 4, Hannah Breen 2); Scotia-Glenville 6 (Asia Winney 3, Mary Kate Palleschi, Olivia Geniti, Julianna Geniti).

Glens Falls 61, Schuylerville 43

SCHUYLERVILLE — Glens Falls snapped a seven-game losing streak with their 61-43 victory over the Black Horses Thursday.

Anna Bayle led Glens Falls with 18 points while Sovereign Strickland connected for 15 points and Felicity Williams and Cambrie Schliff had eight points apiece.

Cassie Patrick led Schuylerville with 17 points, while Emily Vallee had 11 and Brianna Signore finished with eight.

Glens Falls 61, Schuylerville 43

Glens Falls 14 12 17 18 — 61

Schuylerville 8 17 11 7 — 43

Glens Falls

Schliff 4-0-8, Bayle 8-1-18, Williams 3-0-8, Strickland 5-5-15, Woodell 0-2-2, Scarincio 1-0-2, Moore 1-0-2, Cutter 2-0-6. Totals: 26-8-61.

Schuylerville

Vallee 4-3-11, Signore 3-2-8, Patrick 5-7-17, Darrah 0-3-3, McShane 1-0-2, Spencer 1-0-2. Totals 14-15-43.

3-point goals: Glens Falls 5 (Lexi Cutter 2, Felicity Williams 2, Ann a Bayle); Schuylerville — none.

WAC

Bishop Gibbons 55, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 37

SCHENECTADY — Three Notre-Dame-Bishop Gibbons players scored in double-figures in the Knights’ WAC victory over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville.

Jailene Santiago hit six 3-pointers in her game-high 18-point performance, while Ava Megyeri finished with 16 and Abby Kienzle had 15 for Bishop Gibbons.

Fontana LaCoppola and Rebecca Trumble led the Lady Wolves with 11 points apiece.

Bishop Gibbons 55, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 37

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 7 10 14 6 — 37

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 17 8 14 16 — 55

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville

Harman 3-0-6, Hart 1-0-2, LaCoppola 4-2-11, Richardson 2-0-5, Shelmandine 1-0-2, Trumble 5-0-11. Totals: 16-2-37.

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons

Brown 1-0-2, Kienzle 6-0-15, Malinowski 0-2-2, Megyeri 8-0-16, Santiago 6-0-18, Williamson 1-0-2. Totals: 22-2-55.

3-point goals: OESJ 3 (Fontana LaCoppola, Madison Richardson, Rebecca Trumble); NDBG 9 (Jailene Santiago 6, Abby Kienzle 3).

Duanesburg 46, Fonda-Fultonville 39

DUANESBURG — Abby Lombardoni connected for 21 points for Fonda-Fultonville but it was not enough as the Lady Braves fell to Duanesburg Thursday night at Duanesburg High School.

Maddie Mayer led the Eagles with 21 points, while Logan Smith finished with 10 and Morgan Hoffman chipped in with six.

Duanesburg 46, Fonda-Fultonville 39

Fonda-Fultonville 8 8 10 13 — 39

Duanesburg 8 7 16 15 — 46

Fonda-Fultonville

Duval 1-3-5, Lombardoni 8-2-21, Smith 1-1-3, Whitcavich 1-0-2, Wilder 3-0-6, Williams 1-0-2. Totals: 15-6-39.

Duanesburg

Hoffman 3-0-6, Lenehan 1-3-5, M. Mayer 7-7-21,T. Meyer 0-1-1, Smith 5-0-10, Stealy 1-1-3. Totals: 17-12-46.

3-point goals: Fonda-Fultonville 3 (Abigail Lombardoni 3); Duanesburg — none.

MVAC

Johnsburg 52, Wells 26

JOHNSBURG — Three Johnsburg players posted double-doubles in the Jaguar’s victory over Wells.

Khaleah Cleveland led the way with 20 points and 14 rebounds, while Taylor Dwyer had 14 points and 10 rebounds to go with five assists, while Megan Bacon had 10 points and 10 steals and three assists.

Sierra Mauro paced Wells with her double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds, while Jocelyn Scribner and Ruth Johnson had four points apiece.

Johnsburg 52, Wells 26

Wells 2 9 1 14 — 26

Johnsburg 14 18 14 6 — 52

Wells

Braunius 1-0-2, Johnson 2-0-4, Scribner 2-0-4, Stuart 1-0-2, Mauro 6-2-14. Totals: 12-2-26.

Johnsburg

Dwyer 6-2-14, Stevens 1-0-2, Selleck 1-0-2, Green 2-0-4, Bacon 4-2-10, Cleveland 9-2-10. Totals: 23-6-52.

3-point goals: None.

Center State Conference

Little Falls 66, Dolgeville 38

LITTLE FALLS — Arielle Raux scored 20 points and Olivia Langdon had 18 points to lead Little Falls past Dolgeville in Center State Conference action Thursday at Dolgeville High School.

Hannah Stack led Dolgeville with her double-double of 22 points and 14 rebounds to go with three assists. Bella Williams finished with 11 rebounds, three steals, two blocks and six points, while Isabelle Nichols had eight rebounds, seven points and six assists.

Alexis Perone added 10 points to the Little Falls scoring.

Little Falls 66, Dolgeville 38

Dolgeville 8 7 13 10 — 38

Little Falls 15 21 14 16 — 66

Dolgeville

B. Williams 3-0-6, Stack 9-4-22, Nichols 3-1-7, Bliss 1-0-2, Brent 0-1-1. Totals: 16-6-38.

Little Falls

Failing 3-1-7, Raux 7-4-20, Langdon 8-2-18, Morotti 2-1-5, Grabinski 1-0-2, Connolly 2-0-4, Perone 5-0-10. Totals: 28-8-66.

3-point goals: Dolgeville — none; Little Falls 2 (Arielle Raux 2).

Non-league

Canajoharie 43, Mayfield 26

MAYFIELD — The Lady Cougars outscored Mayfield 23-11 in the second half to take home the non-league victory Thursday.

Alexz Lathers led Canajoharie with her 12-point performance, while Mackenzie Bowerman finished with 11 and Madison Koelbl added nine points.

Monica Hartlieb added five points, while Taya Yacobucci and Cheyenne Rebello round out the Lady Cougars scoring with four and two points respectively.

Sydney Sheldon led Mayfield with 14 points, while Camryn Meca and Kaylee Hampton had three points apiece and Taryn LaFontaine, Lindsey Hampton and Sydney Benton all finished with two points.

Canajoharie 43, Mayfield 26

Canajoharie 7 13 10 13 — 43

Mayfield 10 5 2 9 — 26

Canajoharie

Bowerman 5-0-11, Yacobucci 2-0-4, Hartlieb 2-0-5, Koelbl 4-0-9, Rebello 1-0-2, Lathers 6-0-12. Totals: 20-0-43.

Mayfield

LaFontaine 1-0-2, L. Hampton 1-0-2, Meca 1-1-3, Sheldon 4-6-14, K. Hampton 1-0-3, Benton 1-0-2. Totals: 9-7-26.

3-point goals: Canajoharie — none; Mayfield 1 (Kaylee Hampton).

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