Section II boys basketball played a light schedule with 8 games on Wednesday night but the girls had 15 match ups on the court. There were strong performances for both the girls and boys last night. However, there were only a few close games played in the Capital Region on Wednesday.

Photographer Sasha Jo
Photographer Sasha Jo
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Since the ladies had the most games, lets start there. Fonda went into Fort Plain and shut them down 53-23, while Schoharie did the same to Galway on their home floor 58-37. Middleburgh downed Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville 51-36, as Catskill dropped 86 on Albany Leadership for a convincing win, while Corinth held down Granville 62-22.

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The closest games of the night on the girls side were Warrensburg edging Whitehall in a thriller 29-28 and our friend of The Drive with Charlie & Dan, Argyle coach Terry Chamberlain got edged by North Warren 46-45 in a heartbreaker.

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Now for the boys basketball side and since we are talking about friends of The Drive with Charlie & Dan, let's talk about Tamarac coach Eric Medved, still humming from their huge victory last week over #1 Class B in New York State Utica Academy of Science, and his team went in to Cambridge and shut them down 69-20. Albany took care of Averill Park 52-37. Hoosic Valley downed Hoosick Falls 57-43 while Stillwater dropped 79 on Berlin-New Lebanon for a 30 point victory. There's more...

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Probably the biggest game on the docket for the boys was Albany Academy's 73-62 over Mekeel Christian Academy, while Healtly shut down Sharon Springs 39-22. Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville beat Schoharie 47-39, as Waterford sank 90 points and Hawthorne Valley for a convincing win.

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Thanks again to our contributors that help us provide you with the scores. We don't get every game but we try to bring you as much as we can. If you want to be a photo or score contributor, e-mail me at charles.voelker@townsquaremedia.com or message me on Twitter @charlievoelker. Thanks!

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