ALBANY COUNTY The Guilderland boys basketball team edged Troy 63-62 in a Suburban Council game Tuesday, Jan. 12, in Troy.
Andrew Sischo poured in 25 points to lead the Dutchmen, who outscored the Flying Horses 21-16 in the fourth quarter to pull out the one-point win. Michael Wine contributed 13 points, and Justin Monin added 12 points.
Jack McLaren and Darius Holmes-Hines each netted 14 points for Troy.
Elsewhere in the Suburban Council, Christian Brothers Academy knocked off Columbia 74-67. Mike Wynn scored 25 points, and Sloan Seymour chipped in with 18 points for the Brothers — offsetting Justin Luther’s 31-point night for the Blue Devils.
Shaker fended off a late Ballston Spa rally to defeat the Scotties 54-47. Brian Hayes had 13 points to lead a balanced Blue Bison attack, while Joe Micare scored 15 points for Ballston Spa.
Albany scored 23 points in the fourth quarter to defeat Bethlehem 69-65. Kenneff Danzy’s 18 points paced the Falcons, who placed three players in double figures. Ryan Murray poured in 19 points for the Eagles, while Michael Ortale and Matthew Riker each added 14 points.
Colonie breezed past Schenectady 55-40 behind 23 points from Bryce Waterman and 16 points from Isaiah Moll. Roddy Delagrandeanse scored 13 points for Schenectady.
In the Colonial Council, Voorheesville held off Ichabod Crane 61-58. The Blackbirds led 33-14 at halftime before the Riders made their comeback bid with a 44-point second half.
Sean Nolan netted 19 points, and Scott Glasheen contributed 18 points for Voorheesville. Peter Volkmann drained six three-pointers on his way to a 33-point night for Ichabod Crane.
Lansingburgh edged Watervliet 50-49 behind Davonte Jones’ 20 points. Ty’Jon Gilmore had 18 points for Watervliet.
Loudonville Christian School defeated Berlin 80-73 in a wild Central Hudson Valley League contest Monday, Jan. 11. Thomas Seeberger netted 26 points, Zach Herrin contributed 16 points and Garth Allen and Jonathan Schafer each added 15 points for the Eagles. Ryan Willis (29 points) and Roark Slattery (24 points) were responsible for 53 of Berlin’s 73 points.