Granville falls to Tamarac, Schuylerville.

F ollowing a solid win over Tamarac, Granville took two hits at the end of last week.

The boys lost first to Schuylerville on Thursday in a 60-48 game. Leading his team was Jacob Young with 13 points, nine of which came from two 3-point shots.

Freshmen Trace Bourn and Matt Fuller proved their mettle, with Bourn netting 3-pointer and Fuller making two.

Schuylerville took a nine point lead in the first quarter, but Granville matched their 11 points in the second and then out-scored the Horses with an 18-11 third quarter. Schuylerville’s 19 hoops to the Horde’s nine in the final 12 minutes was enough to seal their win.

Grabbing 16 points apiece for the Horses were Dante Langley and Cameron Cook.

On Friday, the score was a little more lopsided in a 55-29 loss to Greenwich.

With nine points, Evan Hoagland score most for the Horde, followed by Bourn with six. Bourn was able to snag another couple of 3-point scores as well.

For the Witches, Sean Estramonte had nine points, six steals and four assists.

The team, who is now 1-4 in the league and 1-5 overall, will take on Mount St. Joseph Academy this Friday evening as part of the American Legion’s annual tournament at Granville High School.

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