The final night of the high school basketball regular season is in the books.  On Tuesday, Trahmier Burrell poured in 27 points to lead Troy past Albany, 70-57, and clinch the Big 10 title.

The Suburban Council saw Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake surprise Shenendehowa, 66-57, in overtime. Robert Knightes led the Spartans with 29 points. Meanwhile, Shaker got the best of Niskayuna, 60-28, and captured the Northern Division crown. Cameron Dobbs unleashed 27 points to power Guilderland over Colonie, 58-35, and Bethlehem knocked off Columbia, 60-55, to share first in the South.

The best individual performance came from Collin Stewart who collected a career-high 47 points to lead Mekeel Christian Academy past Fort Plain, 76-59, and win the Western Athletic Conference Cup.

Jordan McBride scored 30 points as Mechanicville turned away Ichabod Crane, 54-48.

In the Foothills Council, Devin Zurlo exploded for 27 points to propel champion Glens Falls past Gloversville, 74-49.

In girls action, Mary Pattison had 20 points as Troy defeated Albany, 48-45, to run a perfect regular season. Albany posted an 11-1 Big 10 record, one game in front of Catholic Central.

High-flying Watervliet remained unbeaten topping Schalmont, 57-37. The Cannoneers enter sectional play with an 18-0 record against all competition.

Steph Rice delivered 13 points as Duanesburg handed Berne-Knox-Westerlo its first loss of the season, 41-35. Liz Harvey paced the Bulldogs with 20 points.

In the Suburban Council, Shaker beat Niskayuna, 62-20. Madison Rowland led with 17 points and Mackenzie Rowland added 10.

Shenendehowa got the best of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 54-36. Mary Kate Cusack was top scorer for the Plainsmen with 17 points. Shen and Shaker tied for the North crown.

Colonie turned back Guilderland, 41-29, to win the South title.

J'Vanay Santos put together 30 points as Albany Academy defeated Fonda-Fultonville, 62-51, in the Colonial Council.

The Section II Boys and Girls basketball meeting to determine pairings for the upcoming tournament will be held today in Saratoga.