"When you go down the stretch, you don't have time to practice," said Hills. "So what we did this week was work on our defense, pass the ball around and take good shots."
David Suski scored 18 points to lead a balanced Loudonville Christian offense. Matt Smith contributed 17 points, and Ethan Chevrette added 15 points off the bench.
"He's going to be a nice player for us next year. We really like him," Hills said of Chevrette.
Loudonville Christian plays North Warren in Wednesday's class D semifinal in Glens Falls. The winner meets either St. Johnsville or Northville in the finals.""