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Gloversville stuns top-seeded Troy in double overtime

1 of 14 Scotia Glenville head coach Mark Sausville talks to his team during the Section II, Class A quarterfinals against Amsterdam at Hudson Valley Community College on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union) James Franco Show More Show Less

2 of 14 Amsterdam head coach Tim Jones talks to his team during the Section II, Class A quarterfinals against Scotia Glenville at Hudson Valley Community College on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union) James Franco Show More Show Less

4 of 14 Amsterdam guard Ceasar Thompson drives to the basket in front of Scotia Glenville defender Carson Vien during the Section II, Class A quarterfinals at Hudson Valley Community College on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union) James Franco Show More Show Less

5 of 14 Amsterdam guard Ceasar Thompson drives to the basket in front of Scotia Glenville defender Carson Vien during the Section II, Class A quarterfinals at Hudson Valley Community College on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union) James Franco Show More Show Less

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7 of 14 Amsterdam guard Jhai Vellon drives to the basket in front of Scotia Glenville defender Ben Kline during the Section II, Class A quarterfinals at Hudson Valley Community College on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union) James Franco Show More Show Less

8 of 14 Amsterdam guard Ceasar Thompson goes in for a dunk during the Section II, Class A quarterfinals against Scotia Glenville at Hudson Valley Community College on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union) James Franco Show More Show Less

10 of 14 Amsterdam guard Jhai Vellon takes a jumper over Scotia Glenville defender Carson Vien during the Section II, Class A quarterfinals at Hudson Valley Community College on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union) James Franco Show More Show Less

11 of 14 Amsterdam guard JaShean Vann drives to the basket in front of Scotia Glenville defender Melvin Corker during the Section II, Class A quarterfinals at Hudson Valley Community College on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union) James Franco Show More Show Less

13 of 14 Amsterdam guard Jhai Vellon dribbles up court in front of Scotia Glenville defender Griffin Fraterigo during the Section II, Class A quarterfinals at Hudson Valley Community College on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union) James Franco Show More Show Less

TROY — A game the Gloversville boys’ basketball team seemingly had under control began slipping away Sunday evening in the fourth quarter at Hudson Valley Community, but the eighth-seeded Dragons refused to yield after falling behind by nine against top-seeded Troy.

Gloversville closed regulation play on a 10-1 surge to force overtime. The Dragons endured the Flying Horses taking the lead in each of two four-minute overtime sessions. Ultimately, a gritty performance from a squad that opened the season at 1-5 culminated with their biggest victory as the Dragons stunned Troy 76-72 in the Section II Class A quarterfinals.

Gloversville (13-9) converted 10 of 10 foul shots in the second overtime and finished the game making 32 of 34 attempts.

“It is something coach (Ed Collar) harps on every day,” Gloversville senior forward Gio Glionna said. “We make sure almost after every shooting drill, we shoot foul shots.”

“I have never seen foul shooting like that and I have been coaching for 32 years,” said Collar, who previously coached the school’s girls’ varsity program as well as a successful stint at Fulton Montgomery Community College prior to taking over the boys’ varsity program two years ago. “It is amazing, and we needed every single one of the them too.”

The Dragons, winners of 10 of their last 11 games, will meet No. 4 seed Amsterdam next in the semifinals Thursday at Cool Insuring Arena. The Rams, led by 34 points from junior standout Ceaser Thompson, cruised to a 76-61 quarterfinal win over fifth-seeded Scotia.

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The upset by Gloversville in the quarterfinal round against a No. 1 seed from Troy is not the first time the Flying Horses have been vanquished at the same venue. Back in 1993, a senior-laden Troy contingent dropped a shocking 50-49 verdict against a Schenectady team it easily beat twice in Big 10 play during the season. The Patriots entered postseason play with a 5-15 record.

This season Troy’s team was not nearly as experienced as the one that fell three decades ago, yet the Flying Horses closed Suburban Council play with a huge victory against Niskayuna to secure the No. 1 seed. The Silver Warriors entered the Class AA sectionals as the No. 2 and was upset by No. 10 seed La Salle Saturday.

Sunday, it was the Dragons that looked like the No. 1 seed. Troy did not score its first points until there were 1:23 remaining in the opening quarter. Gloversville led 9-4 after one quarter and took a 23-22 advantage into intermission.

The teams remained close until a 7-0 run engineered on a three-point play by Terrance Clark (13 points), another foul shot from Clark and a 3-pointer by senior Daniel Covington (team-high 28 points) put Troy up 55-46 midway through the fourth quarter.

The Dragons trailed 56-48 with 2:10 left in regulation.

“We stay super controlled. We didn’t try to force anything,” Glionna said.

On their next possession, junior point guard James Collar (33 points, seven assists and five rebounds) set up teammate Leo Perez for a basket. Glionna, who contributed 19 points and 11 rebounds, scored on a drive. Collar and Glionna later each added two free throws to tie the game and Troy missed on two chances in the final five seconds to go into overtime.

“In the fourth quarter, they have been very calm (all season). They make good decisions and that is having seniors and junior with experience,” Ed Collar said.

Troy led three times in the first overtime and once in the second extra session before Gloversville took the lead for good on Anthony Gray’s lone basket of the game – a baseline 3-pointer set up on a drive and kick from James Collar.

Between Collar and Glionna, they knocked down 25 of 26 free throw attempts to help stave off the Flying Horses.

“I am proud of them. That is a moment they will remember forever,” Ed Collar said of his players.

In the first of four quarterfinal games at HVCC, Amsterdam broke open a close game in the fourth quarter paced by the all-around exploits from Thompson, Jhai Vellon (13 points, five assists) and JaShean Vann (nine points, nine rebounds and six assists).

Scotia and Amsterdam split two regular-season meetings in the Foothills Council, but the Tartans were outscored 25-14 in the fourth quarter Sunday. The Rams made 30 of 59 shots from the field.

Griffin Fraterigo tallied 21 points and Aaron Corker finished with 17 points for Scotia.

SeMI Technologies’ $16M Series A Round Highlights a New Wave of AI-first Database Tech

AMSTERDAM , Feb. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — SeMI Technologies, developer of the open-source Weaviate vector-search database, has closed a $16 million Series A financing co-led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Cortical Ventures. This investment follows a previously unannounced $1.6 million seed financing led by Zetta Venture Partners with ING Ventures also participating, in August 2020 .

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The new infusion of capital acknowledges the value of SeMI Technologies’ leading position in vector databases, a new type of database opening up a new era of AI-first database technologies. Previous databases just stored raw data; Weaviate stores data that is processed by machine learning models, allowing users to better index and search through their data. The investment will allow SeMI to grow its team, user community, and roster of partners; increase the number of use cases; and to create and fine-tune its ML models and modules.

SeMI Technologies was originally spun out of ING Labs. The founders, CEO Bob Van Luijt, CTO Etienne Dilocker , and COO Micha Verhagen set out to democratize search capabilities that have, until now, been closely guarded by a handful of huge tech companies. The Weaviate vector search database is open source and SeMI gives customers the option of running it on their infrastructure (allowing them to maintain control of their data, safely behind their own firewalls) or as a managed SaaS offering with one-click access.

"We represent a third wave in database technology," says van Luijt."Oracle’s SQL dominance was followed by open-source NoSQL databases pioneered by companies like MongoDB. Weaviate gives any enterprise the advantage of databases built with ML and deep learning at their core. The first use cases have been natural-language ones but we are also exploring images, videos, audio, and even esoteric cases such as graph or gene embeddings."

SeMI Technologies offers products and services around its Weaviate open-source solution. These include managed services, a service license agreement, and support. Weaviate has already been downloaded over 700k times (a number growing about 30% per month!) Hundreds of users have applied Weaviate in more than 100 different use cases in technology, finance, media, cybersecurity, health care, and many other industries.

"We’ve been closely watching ML and AI advancements and waiting for the right team and product to reinvent how we work with data," said Tony Florence , Managing General Partner, Technology at NEA. "The Weaviate Vector Database enables users to interact with unstructured data as vectors, across text, audio, and images, which unlocks incredibly powerful use cases. We’re thrilled to partner with Bob and the SeMi Technologies team to democratize access to new data applications— from neural semantic search to vector-based recommender systems and more."

"This investment will allow us to focus on making Weaviate the de facto standard in open-source vector search," says SeMI’s van Luijt. "As a bonus, both NEA and Cortical bring valuable knowledge and experience from OSS "deep tech" companies that will catalyze our growth and product development."

"Over the next decade, AI-driven applications will transform every industry and every part of our lives, creating trillions of dollars of market value," said Igor Taber , General Partner at Cortical Ventures. "Weaviate has the potential to be a core database technology powering these applications. We are excited to work with Bob and the entire SeMI team to build the category-defining company."