ALBANY COUNTY Shaker scored the first 14 points of the game, but Troy had the last laugh as it defeated the Blue Bison 57-51 in overtime Friday, Jan. 22, in a Suburban Council boys basketball game in Latham.
Daniel Buie had 21 points to lead the Flying Horses, who forged a 42-42 tie at the end of regulation before outscoring the Blue Bison 15-9 in overtime. Darius Holmes-Hines contributed 11 points for Troy.
Jake Cooke paced Shaker with 20 points.
Across town, Colonie jumped out to a 32-13 halftime lead and cruised to a 55-44 victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.
Isaiah Moll netted 18 points, and Bryce Waterman chipped in with 11 points for the Garnet Raiders. Benjamin Keppler scored 17 points for the Spartans.
Christian Brothers Academy held on for a 59-54 win at Niskayuna. Mike Wynn poured in 25 points, and Sloan Seymour added 19 points for the Brothers.
Andrew Evans scored 17 points for Niskayuna, and Tommy Kelly had 15 points.
Guilderland fended off Ballston Spa 56-48. The Dutchmen led by 15 points at the end of the third quarter before the Scotties trimmed the lead to single digits with a 23-point fourth quarter.
Justin Monin had 18 points, and Andrew Sischo contributed 17 points for Guilderland. Jack Fitzgerald led Ballston Spa with 19 points.
Bethlehem eased past Mohonasen 72-48 in Delmar. Hayden Thompson led four Bethlehem players in double figures with 15 points, while Luke Dole chipped in with 13 points. Braden LaClair and Ryan Murray each added 10 points.
Dane Lasher scored 11 points for Mohonasen.
In the Colonial Council, Voorheesville closed out the game on a 14-5 run to defeat Fonda 57-43.
Scott Glasheen netted 17 points, and Matt Bernhard contributed 13 points for Voorheesville. Dan Parslow and Russell Warner each scored 13 points for Fonda.
Ichabod Crane defeated Watervliet 57-48 behind Sean Daly’s 22 points. Ty’Jon Gilmore netted 22 points for Watervliet.
Germantown handled Loudonville Christian School 70-46 in a Central Hudson Valley League game. Tyler Fuchs paced the Clippers with 24 points, while Jonathan Schafer led the Eagles with 13 points.