Albany Times Union

Best of the Week in Section II


A look at the week’s top performers: Shonyae Edmonds, Albany girls’ basketball: Delivered 21 points, on 10 of 17 shooting, and grabbed 12 rebounds in a 56-51 Class AA state quarterfin­al loss to Liverpool.

Azera Gates, Albany girls’ basketball: The sophomore point guard finished with 10 points, six assists and five rebounds in a 56-51 setback against Liverpool.

Taylor Holohan, Averill Park girls’ basketball: The junior forward produced 30 points (11-for-12 shooting), seven rebounds, five blocked shots, three steals and two assists in 25 minutes in leading the Warriors past Indian River 64-38 in the Class A state quarterfin­als.

Saige Randolph, Albany Academy for Girls’ basketball: The senior paced a balanced attack from the Bears with 14 points in a 62-37 triumph over Saranac in the Class B state quarterfin­als.

Brooke Kuzmich, Greenwich girls’ basketball: The freshman guard poured in 26 points, featuring five 3-pointers, as the Witches defeated Canton 60-32 in the Class C state quarterfin­als.

Reegan Mullen, Greenwich girls’ basketball: Tallied 16 points in helping the Witches beat Canton 60-32 in the Class C state quarterfin­als.

Mia’ Rose Wylie, Bishop Gibbons girls’ basketball: Finished with 11 points and six rebounds as the Golden Knights recorded a 37-30 win against Seton Catholic in the Class D state quarterfin­als.

Henry Perkins, Green Tech boys’ basketball: The senior center scored 10 points, including three straight baskets for the Eagles to start the fourth quarter, in a 65-49 Class AA state quarterfin­al loss against Liverpool.

Terrance Clark, Troy boys’ basketball: The junior guard led the Flying Horses with 24 points in a 69-60 loss against New Hartford in Class A state regional play.

Stetson Merritt, Troy boys’ basketball: Pumped in 20 points in a 69-60 Class A state regional loss against New Hartford.

Conor Gemmill, CCHS boys’ basketball: The senior netted 12 points (5-for-7 shooting) as the Crusaders defeated Potsdam 72-34 to advance to the Class B state semifinals.

Matt Thorsen, Chatham boys’ basketball: Produced team-high totals of 15 points in a 50-46 victory over Moriah and 19 points in a 64-59 Class C state quarterfin­al loss against Canton.

Sean Evans, North Warren boys’ basketball: Led the way for the Cougars with 26 points, on 9-for-16 shooting, in a 64-59 win against Schroon Lake in the Class D state quarterfin­als.

Ryan Hesler, Niskayuna boys’ indoor track: Produced a fifth-place finish at the New Balance Nationals in the mile run with a time of 4 minutes, 21.54 seconds.

Camella Douglas, Bethlehem girls’ indoor track: Came in second in the EE Division at the Nike Indoor Nationals in the long jump with a distance of 18 feet, 41⁄2 inches.

Brooke Howlan, Schlamont girls’ bowling: The Sabres finished second in the Division II state team competitio­n with Howlan topping all bowlers with a sixgame score of 1,227 pins at the Strike ‘N Spare Lanes in Syracuse.

Samantha Gromoll, Schlamont girls’ bowling: Rolled the second highest score during the Division II team competitio­n with a game of 243.

Marissa Phillips, Schalmont girls’ bowling: Registered a score of 1,197 pins over six games to finish fourth in the Division II team standings.

Amy Chrzanowsk­i, Colonie girls’ bowling: Finished with a 1,312 six-game score to come in third in the composite competitio­n at the state championsh­ips.

Zach Bombard, La Salle boys’ bowling: Secured the individual title in the composite competitio­n at the state championsh­ips with a six-game score of 1,410 pins (averaging 235 per game). Bombard rolled a 276 in his final game.

Elijah Gillick, Cohoes boys’ bowling: Came in third place individual­ly, helping the Tigers comes in second in the Division II team standings, with a score of 1,323 pins over six games.

Jeremy Shafer, Shenendeho­wa boys’ bowling: Posted the third-highest game at the Division I state team championsh­ips with a 277.

Jonathan Millis, Shenendeho­wa boys’ bowling: Rolled a high game of 268, good for fifth overall, in the Division I team competitio­n.

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