The Section II Class A girls basketball championship should be a dandy.  Scotia-Glenville downed Holy Names, 51-35, Tuesday night at Colonie High School. Monica Compton and Cassie Broadhead topped the Tartans scoring parade with 21 and 17 points, respectively.

In the other A semifinal, No. 1 seed Averill Park got the best of Mohonasen, 48-41. Brooke O'Shea was the leading scorer for Averill Park with 17 points. Kelsey Cowell took scoring honors on the Mohonasen side with 14 points.

Scotia-Glenville and Averill Park will meet for the title at Hudson Valley Community College Saturday at 1:45 p.m.

Anna Feller (18 points) and Jennifer Cillis (17 points) spearheaded Voorheesville's 59-49 victory over Maple Hill in Class C semifinal play.

Cassidy Chapko put together 20 points as high-flying Hoosic Valley defeated Hoosick Falls, 62-28. Hoosic Valley is now 20-1 this season.

Voorheesville and Hoosic Valley battle for the C crown at HVCC Friday at 7:45 p.m.

And the Class D semifinals saw Argyle easily beat Heatly, 58-26, and Fort Edward beat Fort Ann, 54-40.

Argyle and Fort Edward meet for the D title on Friday at HVCC at 6 p.m.

The Glens Falls Civic Center hosted four sectional games.

In Class C, Jordan McBride took the spotlight with 34 points to lead Mechanicville past Greenwich, 59-37.

The Mechanicville defense did an exceptional job on Greenwich's scoring machine, Joe Estramonte who was held to just three points, all foul shots.

Hoosick Falls won over Lake George, 55-41, as Alex Lilac scored 15 points.

Mechanicville and Hoosick Falls will meet for the C title on Saturday at GFCC at 3:45 p.m.

The Class D game saw Argyle beat Loudonville Christian, 37-29. Joey Lufkin tallied 19 points on the Argyle side.

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Troy's Javion Ogunyemi, who suffered a severe ankle injury in last Saturday's 54-44 Class AA quarterfinal win over Bethlehem at HVCC, will sit out the remainder of the season.

Also, Shenendehowa's Emily Weber is a finalist for 2012 Miss NY Basketball presented by Basketball Coaches Association of New York.

Weber, averaging over 17 points per game, is headed for Canisius College.

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The New York State Wrestling Championships will stay at the Times Union Center through 2016. The two-day event just held at the TU Center attracted 13,077 spectators.