1 — The top seeds for the upcoming Section II basketball tournaments. For the boys: Bethlehem (Class AA), Troy (A), Schalmont (B), Lake George (C), St. Johnsville (D). For the girls: Shenendehowa (AA), Averill Park (A), Tamarac (B), Cambridge (C), Fort Edward (D).
2 — The Queensbury girls basketball team's seeding in Class A. It's been several years since the Spartans (19-1) were seeded this high.
3 — Class C's top-ranked boys team, Lake George, is seeking its third straight boys Section II championship.
4 — Number of Section II titles won by the Cambridge girls. The Indians previously won in 1992, 1999, 2001 and 2018.
6 — Fort Edward's collection of Section II girls basketball titles since its first in 2007, all in Class D.
7 — The difference in wins between last year and this year for the Corinth girls, who went 2-18 last year and are 9-11 this season. Also, the number of Adirondack League girls teams seeded in Class D.
12 — Twelve seasons ago, North Warren boys played for the Class D championship, losing to St. Johnsville. The Cougars are five seed this year and face No. 12 Whitehall before a potential rematch with Adirondack rival Hartford in the quarterfinals.
20 — The number of years that have passed since the Fort Ann boys won their last Class D section title. The Cardinals reached the final in 2017, and 2015.
23 — The number of months it's been since the Glens Falls boys last played for a section title. In 2016, the Indians lost to Hudson 82-78.
23.5 — Average points scored by Greenwich girls sophomore Molly Brophy, one of the area's leading scorers this season. She scored 30 or more points five times.
27 — Number of years since Queensbury's last Section II girls basketball title. The Spartans have won five crowns, including three straight from 1990-92.
29 — Points scored by both Lake George's Graceann Bennett and Warrensburg's Megan Hughes in their Adirondack League girls championship matchup Saturday.
48 — The number of consecutive games defending Class C boys basketball champion Lake George Warriors have won dating back to 2017.
55 — Number of 3-pointers scored by Fort Edward's Mady Thomas in the regular season, one more than North Warren's Sydney Gagnon and South Glens Falls' Hannah Breen.
56 — Schuylerville's Cayden Rutland nailed 56 3-pointers, third most in the Foothills Council behind Dante Bouchard (85) of Gloversville and Joseph Girard III's 119.
60 — Hadley-Luzerne guard Danny McMahon has hit 60 triples this year, most in the Adirondack League.
126 — The number of 3-points scored by the Queensbury girls this year, a new school record.
146 — Number of miles the Glens Falls girls team must travel, round trip, for its first-round Class B matchup at Greenville.
4,230 — Joseph Girard III's career point total entering sectional play. The Mr. Basketball hopeful is averaging 48.6 points per game and led Glens Falls to an unprecedented fourth straight Foothills Council league championship.