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Running Rams fall at CCHS

Wednesday, December 05, 2012 - Updated: 6:49 PM

Staff report

TROY -- Anthony Mack poured in a game-high 30 points to lead Catholic Central to an 80-52 victory over Amsterdam in a Big 10 boys basketball game on Tuesday night.

Mack, who scored 17 points in Catholic Central's opening night defeat to CBA last Friday, is a 6-foot-5 freshman.

"We couldn't hold him inside or outside," said Amsterdam head coach Tony Orapello. "We don't match up well with a lot of teams. It's going to take a while."

Catholic Central held a slim 32-26 halftime lead before breaking the game wide open with a 26-11 third quarter outburst.

Luis Laboy and Alonzo Martin scored nine points apiece to lead Amsterdam (0-2).

"We have to keep working," said Orapello, who played 14 of his 15 players. "I'm giving them all a chance to prove themselves. We'll find the right combination. It's just going to take some time."

Amsterdam will play host to CBA on Friday night.

Western Athletic Conference

Fort Plain 43, Mayfield 36

Zach Sweet scored 17 points and Joe Ray added 15 as the Hilltoppers rallied for 19 points in the fourth quarter to beat Mayfield.

Down 28-24 after three quarters, Fort Plain outscored Mayfield 19-8 in the final quarter to snatch the win.

Ryan Hennessy had 12 points and 19 rebounds to lead Mayfield in a losing effort, while Dylan Toscano knocked down a pair of 3-pointers on his way to an eight-point night.

Schoharie 61, St. Johnsville 53

Conner Brown led four Indians players in double figures with 15 points as Schoharie edged St. Johnsville.

Tanner Stone added 11 points for Schoharie, while Evan Ottman and James Sackett scored 10 points apiece. Chris O'Neil chipped in with eight points.

Dylan Klock knocked down five 3-pointers and had a game-high 17 points for the Saints, while Brandon Campione scored 14 points and Alex Hart added nine.

Saratoga Catholic 57, Galway 19

Ryan Zarnecki had 15 points and Keegan Murphy added 10 as the Saints cruised past Galway.

Evan Ceroalo and Dylan Gregory each scored five points to lead the way for Galway.

Non-League

Broadalbin-Perth 47, Schuylerville 35

Andre Taylor led the way with 21 points and eight steals, and the Patriots improved to 2-1 on the season by surging in the fourth quarter to beat Schuylerville.

Brent Bochenek added 11 points for B-P, which trailed by one through three quarters before outscoring Schuylerville 18-5 in the final eight minutes.

Cam Cook had 13 points and Dante Langley added 11 for the Black Horses (1-1).

     

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