Amsterdam drops 60-50 decision to Green Tech

Saturday, December 03, 2016 - Updated: 1:09 AM


Alex Cooper / Recorder Staff Amsterdam's Robby Spagnola (5) is fouled by Green tech's Fuquan Ford (44) during the game on Friday, December 02, at Green Tech High Charter School.
ALBANY -- Marcus Friend scored 18 points and Jair Currie contributed with 14 points to lead Green Tech to a 60-50 victory over Amsterdam in a non-league boys basketball game on Friday night.

Anthony Aponte scored 17 points to lead Amsterdam (0-1). Dale Stanavich added 11 points and Robbie Spagnola and Lou Fedullo chipped in with 10 and seven points, respectively.

Green Tech held a 25-18 halftime lead and led 45-30 after three quarters.

"The energy was there and we competed the entire game," said Amsterdam head coach Tim Jones. "We will be back to work Sunday and get ready for Green Tech again on Friday."

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-league

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 38, Broadalbin-Perth 29

Kelly Leva and Avery Pollard scored nine points apiece and Kiera Walsh and Annabella Morrison each had six points to lead Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake to a win over Broadalbin-Perth.

Isabella Magliocca scored a game-high 12 points to lead Broadalbin-Perth. Nyah Thompson chipped in with five points.

Mayfield 37,

Hadley-Luzerne 32

Sydney Sheldon poured in 12 points and Shelby Dopp added 11 points to lead Mayfield to a come-from-behind win over Hadley-Luzerne.

Mayfield used a 14-6 fourth quarter run to come out on top.

Reagan Kelly scored 15 points and Caitlyn Fuss had 12 points to lead Hadley-Luzerne.

Wells 36, Northville 28

Erika Foster scored 12 points to propel Wells past Northville.

Hannah Coupas scored 12 points and Jessica Miller added 10 points to lead Northville.

BOYS BOWLING

WAC

Middleburgh 4, Fort Plain 0

Don Mann shot a 256-612 and Andrew Miaski added a 256-580 to propel Middleburgh to a win over Fort Plain.

Middleburgh outshot Fort Plain, 2,964-2,669.

Brady Fureno tallied a 233-606, Austin Cotton finished with a 233-574 and Drew Fureno added a 223-560.

GIRLS BOWLING

WAC

Middleburgh 4, Fort Plain 0

Carolyne Shultes tallied a 221-576 and Deanna Keller finished with a 171-471 to lead Middleburgh past Fort Plain.

Middleburgh outpinned Fort Plain, 2,356-1,888.

Gabby Jenks shot a 201-494 to lead Fort Plain.

Alex Cooper / Recorder Staff Amsterdam's Anthony Aponte moves to the net during the game against Green Tech on Friday, December 02, at Green Tech High Charter School.

Alex Cooper / Recorder Staff Amsterdam's Louis Fedullo moves to the net during the game against Green Tech on Friday, December 02, at Green Tech High Charter School.

Alex Cooper / Recorder Staff Amsterdam's Dale Stanavich (2) dribble the ball up the court during the game against Green Tech on Friday, December 02, at Green Tech High Charter School.