Mitch Vdoviak poured in 25 points as Johnstown turned away Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 49-45, in a Section II Class A boys basketball tournament game Wednesday night.

Also in Class A, Raheem Felder connected for 21 points to lead Lansingburgh past Gloversville, 59-58, in another Class A encounter.

Amsterdam surprised Green Tech, 58-57, as Billy Carr, Luis LaBoy and Geo Rodriguez each tallied 12 points for the Rams. Rodriguez sank two foul shots with seconds left to spark Amsterdam.

Queensbury got the best of Averill Park, 64-62, thanks to a layup by Ray Bethel in the closing seconds. Bethel finished with 25 points.

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons won over South Glens Falls, 52-46, as James Vice pumped in 17 points.

Mechanicville had an easy time with Hadley-Luzerne, 67-30, in a Class C game. Jordan McBride led the Red Raiders with 22 points.

On the girls side, Monique Pucci scored 20 points to lead Amsterdam past Albany Leadership, 71-23, in Class A competition.

Alicia Razanousky put together 22 points to help Ichabod Crane win over Granville, 58-49, in Class B. Emily Fuller had a big night for Granville with 26 points.

Emily Pearce cashed in 14 points to power Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake over Queenbury, 52-41, in Class A play.