The second day of holiday events took place on Wednesday.  So, if your sport is high school basketball, wrestling, indoor track or hockey, we got you covered.

For the second night in a row, Joe Krong starred for CBA of Albany. Krong popped in 19 points while Shalah Cancer contributed 11 in a 68-49 win over St. Peter's of Staten Island to capture its Alumni Tournament.

Coach Dave Doemel's squad is 8-0 this season.

Amsterdam got the best of rival Gloversville, 57-47, for the title in the latter tournament. Hector Julia led the way with 15 points and 12 rebounds and 14 points from Luis Laboy.

Jake McCloskey was high scorer for the Dragons with 21 points.

In the Shaker Tournament, LaSalle beat Colonie, 49-33, in the first round. Ralph Erickson paced LaSalle pumping in 21 points.

Shaker defeated South Glens Falls, 74-47, as Chinalu Abara delivered 16 points.

Killian Tallman popped in 23 points and Grant Massaroni added 19 to propel Mohonasen past Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons, 63-49, to bring home the Kirvin Cup championship.

Several tournaments were held with a round-robin format.

On the girls side, Colonie captured its own tournament beating Averill Park, 45-38. Jaclyn Welch starred for the Garnet Raiders with 11 points.

Sam Hall scored 18 points to lead Mohonasen past Glens Falls, 50-40, for the championship. Hall was selected MVP for her efforts.

Kit Small put together 11 points as Holy Names won its tournament beating Bishop Maginn, 41-31.

Kaitlin Wood has an exceptional game with 24 points and 13 rebounds to power host Broadalbin-Perth past Mechanicville, 46-41.

The Tri-County Indoor Track League featured a busy schedule at Union College and Hudson Valley Community College.

Article by Mike Collar