Niskayuna rallies past Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake for first win

Michela Ottati led a balanced Averill Park attack with 16 points. Katie Duma contributed 14 points, and Brittany O'Shea added 11 points.

Lea McLain had 13 points, Courtney Cowell chipped in 11 points and Ashley Tallman netted 10 points for Mohonasen, which hosted BH-BL Tuesday.

In other girls basketball action last Friday, Scotia-Glenville defeated Hudson Falls 47-29 in a Foothills Council contest, while Schenectady Christian edged Canajoharie 40-35 in a Western Athletic Conference game.

Cassie Broadhead poured in 22 points, and Sarah Janson contributed 13 points for Scotia-Glenville (1-0, 2-1) in its first league game of the season. Ashley Buonviaggio led Hudson Falls with 13 points.

Schenectady Christian (2-0) outscored Canajoharie 7-2 in overtime to pull out its WAC South Division victory. Monica Compton's 16 points paced the Falcons, while Rachael Brush chipped in 12 points.

Cohoes used an 18-2 second quarter to pull away for a 60-37 Colonial Council victory over Schalmont (0-4) in last Friday's Colonial Council game. My'Asia Alston had 18 points for Cohoes (3-1), while Kelly Piotrowski scored the same amount to lead Schalmont.""

Vote on this Story by clicking on the Icon


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment