GALWAY -- After clawing back Friday night from a six-point deficit to lead by two at halftime, the Galway Lady Eagles used a monster third quarter to down the Canajoharie Lady Cougars in a Western Athletic Conference North Division game.
The Lady Eagles outscored the Cougars, 22-7, in the third stanza.
The victory for Galway (9-5, 8-3) clinched the club a spot in the WAC Cup, as third-place Canajoharie (8-6, 7-4) now trails the Lady Eagles by a game with one to play and Galway owns the tiebreaker.
Three players scored in double figures for Galway, as Amanda Gould had a dozen points, Erica Chase added 11 and Felicia Snyder chipped in 10.
For Canajoharie, Jenelle Dillenbeck had nine points and Alexis Kane added seven.
Fort Plain 44, Northville 18
The Hilltoppers held the Lady Falcons to 12 points through the first three quarters, as Fort Plain breezed to the victory.
Abby Boyer scored 17 points in the win, while Haley Kilmartin added 15 points and Allehah Van Loan had 11 for Fort Plain (13-1, 10-0).
Northville's (5-8, 4-6) Lyndsey Wadsworth had 10 points.
Queensbury 59, Broadalbin-Perth 47
Kaitlin Wood scored 21 points for the Lady Patriots, but Queensbury still pushed to the victory.
Aisling McAllister had 18 points and Jillian Davis added 17 for Queensbury (11-3, 6-2) in the win.
Katie Herba collected eight points for B-P (8-5, 2-5), while Brianna Westfall and Rachel Orapello each had five points.
Malik Miller scored 19 points, as the Knights (7-7 5-4) evened their record at .500.
For the Braves (4-8, 2-7), Will Turner scored 16 points, while Ryan Derby and Zac Nowak each had eight. F-F was outscored in each of the game's first three quarters.
Canajoharie 62, Galway 31
The Cougars used a 28-8 advantage in the second quarter to glide to another league victory.
Zach Folts had 16 points for Canajoharie (13-2, 11-1), which also received 11 points apiece from Kevin Shannon and Dillan Veeder.
Galway's (0-15, 0-11) Andrew Izzo had 14 points.
Fort Plain 55, Northville 51
In a tight one, the Hilltoppers came away with the victory, as Marcus Failing scored a team-high 12 points.
Northville's (6-8, 3-7) Brad VanNostrand had 18 points to lead all scorers, while Tim Monette added 11.
Zach Sweet scored 11 points for the Hilltoppers (8-5, 6-4), who trailed by five at halftime.
Saratoga Central Catholic 58,
St. Johnsville 37
Six players scored eight or more points for SCC in the victory. Keegan Murphy had 12 points to lead the team.
SCC (8-6, 7-3) outscored St. Johnsville, 22-5, in the first quarter and cruised to the victory.
Alex Hart had 18 points for St. Johnsville (7-7, 5-6) in the loss, while Johnny Vicciarelli added 10.