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Hoosick Falls' Megan Flynn takes a layup during a game earlier this season. Hoosick won 54-34 over Greenwich on Wednesday night.

HOOSICK, N.Y. >> The Hoosick Falls girls basketball team had three players in double figures as they topped Greenwich, 54-34, on Wednesday night.

Megan Flynn led the way with 20 points, while Kelly Pine added 13, including a pair of three-pointers. Anna Wysocki chipped in with 10 as the Panthers improve to 16-2 overall and 12-1 in the Wasaren League. Olivia Barnes led Greenwich with 12 points.

Hoosick Falls finishes the league schedule with a game against Tamarac on Friday.

Cambridge edges Mechanicville

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. >> Helen and Olivia Mooney combined for 25 points in Cambridge's 42-38 victory over Mechanicville. Helen had 15 while older sister Olivia pitched in with 10.

Cambridge took the advantage with a 14-5 second quarter, then finished the game with an 11-8 fourth quarter for the win.

Cambridge improves to 13-6 and 8-5 in the Wasaren League. They finish the regular season with a road game against Hoosic Valley.

BBA girls drop OT game at Hartford

HARTFORD >> The Burr and Burton Academy girls hockey team dropped a 4-3 overtime matchup with Hartford, snapping its three-game win streak.

BBA got down 3-0, but came back on the strength of two goals from Aggie Bisselle and one from Chloe MacDonald. In overtime, however, Hartford got the upper hand, scoring the winner with about two minutes left.

BBA is 4-10-2 and hosts Stowe on Saturday at Riley Rink.


BBA to Pink the Rink

MANCHESTER >> This Saturday, the Burr and Burton Academy hockey team will be hosting its second annual Pink the Rink. Last year, the team raised more than $300, which was donated to Team Severance for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

This year, we are going to continue our efforts and build off of our success. Our ultimate goal is still the same. We want to give back to our community and be able to teach our players how to be good community members. Unlike last year, we are going to send a local family, who has been battling breast cancer, away for a weekend. We want this family to able to get away, relax, not think about cancer, and not worry about the finances. We want them to have time away from their everyday lives and time to spend as a family.

At a few locations around Manchester, pink ribbons are available for $5 each. On the ribbon is a white tag with the name of the person who purchased the ribbon, and a small message and these ribbons will be displayed at the rink on Saturday and there will also be a few raffles where you can purchase tickets before and during the game.