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Panthers win a squeaker

Boys Basketball 51, Lake George 50

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McCart, Hoag lead Hoosick Falls to win

Boys Basketball 70, Tamarac 36

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Bradley turns villain to ruin Greenwich’s night, lift Hoosick Falls

Boys Basketball 42, Greenwich 38

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Panthers knock Witches from unbeaten ranks

Girls Basketball 57, Greenwich 49

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Hoosick bowling downs Stillwater

Bowling 4, Stillwater 0

Bennington Banner: STILLWATER >> The Hoosick Falls bowling team remained perfect in league play, defeating Stillwater, 4-0. Hoosick Falls had 3,555 pins to Stillwater’s 2,930. The top bowlers for Hoosick Falls included: A.J. Hurlburt 232-647, Ken Marbot 242-623, Josh McCart 214-610, Kyla Day 239-585, Jennifer Sargood 212-560, Jon Bossoni 194-542, and Eric Bloomer 202-543.

“The team had another good day on away lanes,” said coach Bob Lang. “They started out slow in the first few frames of the first game but made the necessary adjustments and started bowling [well].”

Hoosick wrestling falls

Wrestling 19, Salem 52

Bennington Banner: SALEM >> Dealing with sickness, the Hoosick Falls wrestling team fell in a non-league matchup against Salem, 52-19.

Hoosick Falls won three of the first four matches starting at 160 pounds, with Colby Davendonis, Garrett Wright and Shane Barss scoring victories. But Salem won the next handful until Nolan Foster won at 126.

Salem won the final three classes by forfeit.

Hoosick Falls girls top Stillwater

Girls Basketball 66, Stillwater 49

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Panthers top Lake George

Bowling 4, Lake George 0

Bennington Banner: HOOSICK, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls Central School bowling team downed Lake George, 4-0, on Thursday.

The Panthers were led by A.J. Hurlburt, who bowled a game-high 226 and a three-game total of 658. Josh McCart bowled a 225-639, Ken Marbot a 246-637, Jon Bossoni a 191-566, Jennifer Sargood a 208-541 and Kyla Day had a 193-506.

Lake George’s top bowler was Spencer Catlin with a 176-498.

Hoosick Falls won with a pin total of 3,568, while Lake George had a match total of 2,466 pins.

With the win, HFCS moves to 9-0 overall with a leage point total of 31-1.

“This was a good scoring day for most of the team members,” coach Bob Lang said. “A.J., Josh, and Kenneth were very consistent and bowled some really good games to lead the team. It was one of our better home match totals of the season. We seem to be on a good scoring trend and I hope it continues for our coming matches.”

Panthers remain perfect after win over Indians

Boys Basketball 69, Cambridge 46

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Panthers cruise past Indians to stay perfect

Girls Basketball 57, Cambridge 31

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Panthers blank Horde

Bowling 4, Granville 0
Bennington Banner: GRANVILLE, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls bowling team beat Granville on Tuesday, 4-0. Hoosick Falls had 3,782 total pins to 2,530 for Granville and is unbeaten at 8-0, while Granville has a league record of 1-3 and a league point total of 4-12. Top bowlers for Hoosick Falls were: Ken Marbot 267-770, Josh McCart 259-716, Kyla Day 233-621, Jennifer Sargood 233-595, Eric Bloomer 204-567, A.J. Hurlburt 231-560, and Jon Bossoni 225-556. Granville’s top bowler was Dawson Goodspeed with a 164-475.

“This was our best single game total in the second game (1,314 pins) and our best total match pins for the season. It was especially good because they were bowled on away lanes,” said Hoosick Falls coach Bob Lang. “These are the scores I would like to see in the coming weeks when we have a lot of important matches and tournaments in the next six weeks.”

Panthers take down Patriots in cross-border contest

Boys Basketball 63, Mt. Anthony,VT 45

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Hoosick Falls rolls past Arlington

Girls Basketball 70, Arlington, VT 40

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Hoosick Bowlers Win

Bowling 3, Fort Edward 1

The Hoosick Falls bowling team won a big match against Northern Division rival Fort Edward on Wednesday by the score of 3-1.
Hoosick Falls had total match pins of 3,444 to Fort Edward who had match pins of 3,281. Hoosick Falls has a point record of 23-1 and overall match record of 7-0 while Fort Edward has a point record of 21-3 and a match record of 5-1.
Top bowler for Fort Edward was Brad DeLisle with a 243-660.
Top bowlers for Hoosick Falls were: Josh McCart 236-686, Ken Marbot 249-642, A.J. Hurlburt 226-629, Jon Bossoni 213-524, Kyla Day 195-510, and Eric Bloomer 194-500.
“This was a big win for our team beating Fort Edward on their lanes and giving us a good win against a quality team. After losing the first game by “13″ pins, the team came back and won the second game by “129″ pins and the third game by “47″ pins giving us an advantage of “163″ pins for total match point. I was very proud how they didn’t get down after losing the first game by only “13″ pins. They showed a lot of character by coming back and winning the match 3-1 against a qood team like Fort Edward.” Coach Lang

Panthers claw Bengals

Boys Basketball 80, Tamarac 43

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TROY, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls Central School boys basketball team finally got its season started on Monday, and the Panthers wasted no time picking up where they left off last year with a 80-43 win on the road.

Up only five at halftime, 29-24, the Panthers exploded for 30 points in the third quarter to blow the game open for good.

Connor McCart led the way with 24 points for the Panthers, while Austin Pitt (14) and Andrew Hoag (12) also reached double digits.

Jack Johnson led the Bengals with 15 in the loss.

Hoosick Falls is now 1-0 overall and 1-0 in the Wasaren League with the win.