Senior's Kyle Matousek (Jordan-Elbridge, NY / Jordan Elbridge HS) and Thomas Chalker (Boundbrook, NJ / Metuchen HS) showed-out on Sunday, leading the ACPHS Panthers to a 94-88 non-conference win over the Vermont Tech Knights. The Knights are now 18-8, while ACPHS is back at .500 at 9-9 overall.
The ACPHS Women's Basketball team staged an incredible comeback on Sunday, February 3rd, defeating the Pratt Institute Cannoneers 50-47 despite finishing the game with just three players on the court. This was Albany's second win of the year, and they are now 2-14 overall after snapping a skid of 10 straight losses.
The ACPHS Men's Basketball team split a pair of conference games this weekend, losing to the Davis College Falcons on Saturday 80-74, but beating the Culinary of Institute of America Steels 104 to 52 on Sunday. After the weekend, Albany is now 7-8 overall and 1-1 on the HVIAC.
ACPHS Women's Basketball lost their eighth straight game on Saturday, falling to the Davis College Falcons by a score of 70 to 42. The Panthers are now 1-12 on the year and 1-1 in the HVIAC, while Davis improved to 12-3 and 2-0 in the league.
The ACPHS Women's Basketball returned from their winter break on Saturday, losing to the North Country Community College Saints by a score of 69-38. Albany have now lost their last six games, and are 1-10 overall. NCCC continued their stellar non-conference season, improving to 10-2 after winning their fifth straight game.
Freshman forward Noah Farnsworth (Phoenix, AZ / North Pointe Prep) scored a career-high 14 points and knocked down the game-winning three-pointer with 24 seconds left as the ACPHS Panthers held on for an 86-83 victory over the Columbia Greene Community College Twins on Thursday night. Albany is now 3-5 overall, while the Twins have dropped to 5-3.