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Elizabethtown-Lewis’ Zac Noka-Bailey looks to make a pass around Minerva/Newcomb’s Trevor Moulton during Friday’s Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference boys’ basketball game. Noka-Bailey scored 14 points as the Lions won 43-39.

Eagles hold on for win against PHS

BEEKMANTOWN — Keegan Ryan scored 21 points and Beekmantown withstood a strong defensive effort from Plattsburgh in a 42-40 Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys’ basketball victory Friday.

The Hornets outscored the Eagles 10-5 in the fourth quarter and got a chance to tie it in the final seconds, but the shot missed.


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“We keep finding ways to win these close games. But I felt like (Friday) we were lucky to get out of here with a win,” Beekmantown coach Ryan Converse said. “PHS really came after us in the fourth quarter. I’ve got to credit their defense.”

The Eagles made things harder on themselves by missing seven free throws late in the game after starting out 10-for-10.

Greg Manney scored nine for Beekmantown.

Taoufik Maknani had 15 points to lead Plattsburgh, and Damon LaBorde contributed nine.

Beekmkantown 42, Plattsburgh 40

Plattsburgh (40)

Frady 1-0-2, LaBorde 4-0-9, Maknani 5-2-15, O’Connor 2-0-4, Harrington 1-2-4, LaPoint 3-0-6, Kelley 0-0-0. Totals: 16-4-40.

Beekmantown (42)

Begor 0-0-0, Koktowski 1-0-2, Manney 3-0-9, Pelkey 2-1-5, Ryan 7-7-21, Singh 1-0-3, Stevens 0-0-0, Trombly 0-2-2. Totals: 14-10-42.

Plattsburgh 9 10 11 10 — 40

Beekmantown 13 12 12 5 — 42

3-point goals: Plattsburgh (4), Maknani 3, LaBorde. Beekmantown (4), Manney 3, Singh.

JV: Beekmantown won.

Modified: Beekmantown won.

Northeastern Clinton 56, Saranac Lake 31

CHAMPLAIN — The Cougars (10-2, 8-2) took advantage of a 34-11 halftime lead and never looked back.

Tom Bedard fired 20 points and junior forward Jon Filion added nine.

“It was a total team effort (Friday), and I’m proud of their effort,” Northeastern Clinton head coach Robb Garrand said. “We’ve showed improvement since the beginning of the year. We started off well by distributing the basketball. It’s really nice to see this continued improvement.”

Kevin Morgan paced the Red Storm with 12 points, including a 3-point field goal.

Northeastern Clinton 56, Saranac Lake 31

Saranac Lake 6 5 13 7 — 31

No. Clinton 17 17 9 13 — 56

Saranac Lake (31)

Beaudoin 0-0-0, Bevilacqua 0-2-2, Cowan 0-0-0, Fischer 0-0-0, Karp 0-0-0, Lester 0-0-0, Morgan 4-3-12, Munn 3-2-9, Stankus 0-1-1, Yanchitis 3-1-7. Totals: 10-8-31.

Northeastern Clinton (56)

Boutin 2-0-5, LaFave 0-0-0. Khater 0-0-0, Grimshaw 3-0-6, Tetreault 3-0-8, Begore 0-0-0, Tavernia 3-0-6, Bedard 7-2-20, Fillion 4-1-9, Deuso 1-0-2. Totals: 23-3-56.

3-point field goals: Saranac Lake (2): Morgan, Munn. Northeastern Clinton (7): Boutin, Tetreault 2, Bedard 4.

Peru 55, Saranac 40

PERU — Tim Remillard tossed in 15 points to lead the Indians past the Chiefs.

Peru raced out to a 24-11 halftime lead.

“(The Chiefs) came out in the third quarter and played pretty hard, and we just kept battling back with them,” Peru coach John Clemons said.

Bret Boyer added 14 points for the Indians, and Conor Casey and Tyler Lemza both had nine. Mackenzie LaRocque chipped in six points and eight rebounds, and Hunter Bruno handed out five assists.

Michael Conway paced Saranac with 13 points, and John Maye scored nine.

Peru 55, Saranac 40

Saranac (40)

C. Christopherson 3-1-7, Medeiros 1-0-2, Rascoe 3-0-7, Cross 0-0-0, Conway 5-0-13, Maye 4-1-9, Keysor 0-0-0, D. Christopherson 0-0-0, Daniels 1-0-2. Totals: 17-2-40.

Peru (55)

Bruno 0-0-0, Casey 2-4-9, Lemza 4-0-9, Remillard 6-2-15, Boyer 7-0-14, Demarais 0-0-0, Hendricks 1-0-2, Spear 0-0-0, LaRocque 3-0-6, McCarthy 0-0-0, Barrett 0-0-0. Totals: 23-6-55.

Saranac 8 3 16 13 — 40

Peru 12 12 15 16 — 55

3-point goals: Saranac (4), Conway 3, Rascoe. Peru (3), Casey, Lemza, Remillard.

JV: Peru won.

Modified: Peru won.

AuSable Valley 71, Northern Adirondack 39

CLINTONVILLE — Shane Douglas scored 19 points as the Patriots pulled away from the Bobcats in the second quarter.

With just a one-point advantage after one, AuSable Valley outscored Northern Adirondack 30-14 in the second quarter.

Zach Cosgrove chipped in with 13 points for the Patriots, while John Goodnough finished with nine points and 10 rebounds.

Josh Langlois had a strong game to lead Northern Adirondack with 14 points and eight rebounds.

AuSable Valley 71,

Northern Adirondack 39

Northern Adirondack (39)

Byron 0-1-1, Burger 0-5-5, Garrand 0-2-2, Nichols 0-0-0, Paiser 2-0-6, LaBarge 1-0-3, Smart 1-1-3, Kerr 0-0-0, Sayah 2-1-5, Langlois 5-4-14, Cayea 0-0-0. Totals: 11-14-39.

AuSable Valley

Cosgrove 5-1-13, Casey 1-3-5, Kennedy 1-0-2, Peck 2-1-5, Goodnough 4-1-9, Facteau 3-0-6, Depo 2-0-4, Douglas 7-1-19, Coolidge 1-0-2, McDonald 3-0-6. Totals: 29-7-71.

No. Adirondack 12 14 11 2 — 39

AuSable Valley 13 30 12 16 — 71

3-point goals: Northern Adirondack (3) Paiser 2, LaBarge. AuSable Valley (6) Cosgrove 2, Douglas 4.

JV: Northern Adirondack won

Mod: AuSable Valley won.

Moriah 47, Seton Catholic 34

PLATTSBURGH — Adam Janquish produced 17 points for the Vikings as they outrebounded and outshot the Knights to put a check in the win column.

Moriah took the lead early, ending the first half up 22-14. Seton Catholic battled back in the third reducing the deficit to five points, but it was the fourth quarter that would do them in, with the Vikings outscoring the Knights 14-6 to end it.

Jessup Calkins also added nine points for the Vikings as well as Derek Brassard netting seven.

Seton Catholic’s biggest scorers were Kaden Baugh with 11 points, Keagan Briggs added eight and Chris Kustos grabbed seven in the losing effort.

Moriah 47, Seton Catholic 34

Moriah (47)

Calkins 3-2-9, Shpur 1-2-4, Mero 2-0-4, Jaquish 8-1-17, Brassard 3-0-7, Mauran 0-0-0, Belzer 2-2-6. Totals: 19-7-47

Seton Catholic (34)

Ge 0-0-0, Tedford 1-0-2, Zhou 1-0-2, Baugh 3-4-11, Briggs 4-0-8, LaFountain 1-0-2, Favreau 1-0-2, Kustos 3-1-7. Totals: 14-5-34.

Moriah 14 8 11 14 — 47

Seton 8 6 14 6 — 34

3 point goals: Moriah (2): Calkins, Brassard. Seton (1): Baugh.

MVAC

E’town-Lewis 43, Minerva/Newcomb 39

ELIZABETHTOWN — Zac Noka-Bailey scored a game-high 14 points to help the Lions overtake the Mountaineers.

Elizabethtown-Lewis held a 26-18 halftime lead, but Minerva/Newcomb was able to battle back in the third quarter and eventually take a one-point lead before the Lions rallied for the victory.

Charlie Huttig scored five of his nine points in the fourth quarter, while Elizabethtown-Lewis as a whole went 5-of-8 from the foul line in the quarter.

The charity stripe proved to be the difference as the Lions connected on 14 during the game, but Minerva/Newcomb only managed four.

Alex Ruzbacki paced the Mountaineers with 11 points. Austin Williams added 10 points and Bryton Chikukwa, eight.

E’town-Lewis 43,

Minerva/Newcomb 39

Minerva/Newcomb (39)

Johnson 0-0-0, McCall 0-0-0, Vanderwalker 2-1-5, Martinez 0-0-0, Park 0-0-0, Moulton 2-0-5, Bartomeau 0-0-0, Ruzbacki 4-3-11, Portera 0-0-0, Deloria 0-0-0, Zhao 0-0-0, Chikukwa 4-0-8, Williams 5-0-10, Galusha 0-0-0. Totals: 17-4-39.

Elizabethtown-Lewis (43)

Harwood 2-2-6, Huttig 2-4-9, Morris 0-0-0, White 2-0-6, LaPier 2-2-6, Noka-Bailey 4-6-14, Whalen 0-0-0, Denton 0-0-0, Marvin 1-0-2. Totals: 13-14-43.

Min/Newcomb 8 10 14 7 — 39

E’town-Lewis 14 12 7 10 — 43

3-point goals: Minerva/Newcomb (1) Moulton. Elizabethtown-Lewis (3) Huttig, White 2.

Chazy 59, Keene 32

CHAZY — Hayden Guay tossed in 16 points, including four 3-pointers, as the Eagles took down the Beavers.

Keenan Hampton added 13 points for Chazy, while Brandon Laurin finished with 12 points and five assists. Justin Brothers (7) and Craig Botten (9) combined for 16 rebounds, with Botten also adding five steals.

Gabe Warner paced Keene with 10 points and Brandon Dumas contributed nine points.

Chazy 59, Keene 32

Keene (32)

Warner 5-0-10, Dumas 4-1-9, Montez 0-0-0, Holmes 0-0-0, Venner 2-0-5, Haverlick 1-0-2, Sturgess 2-2-6, Ashe 0-0-0, Hong 0-0-0. Totals: 14-3-32.

Chazy (59)

Guay 6-0-16, Laurin 5-1-12, Ryan 0-0-0, Hampton 5-1-13, Lapierre 4-0-8, Brothers 2-0-4, Botten 2-0-4, Chauvin 1-0-2. Totals: 25-2-59.

Keene 2 12 11 7 — 32

Chazy 11 20 26 2 — 59

3-point goals: Keene (1) Venner. Chazy (7) Guay 4, Laurin, Hampton 2.

Westport 45, Johnsburg 20

JOHNSBURG — Ryan Davis, a six-foot-three-inch junior center, accumulated 20 points, while Thomas Mero added 10 for the Eagles.

“We committed too many unforced errors,” Jaguars head coach Gene Maiorana said. “They pressed right from the get-go and we made a lot of unforced errors.”

Mark Cleveland paced Johnsburg with nine points in the loss.

“(Cleveland) was our best player (Friday),” Maiorana said. “He was down on the block and rebounded well. It was a well-played game on both sides.”

Westport 45, Johnsburg 20

Westport (45)

Moricette 0-0-0, A. Gay 2-0-5, Clark 0-0-0, J. Gay 1-0-2, Doyle 1-0-2, Tryon 0-1-1, Davis 8-3-20, Mero 4-2-10, King 0-1-1, Napper 2-0-4. Totals: 18-7-45.

Johnsburg (20)

Sears 0-0-0, Smith 0-0-0, Prouty 1-0-3, Berg 2-0-5, Moorhouse 0-0-0, Cleveland 2-5-9, Watson 0-0-0, Slater 0-0-0, Washburn 1-1-3, Moore 0-0-0. Totals: 6-6-20.

Westport 5 19 17 4 — 45

Johnsburg 3 5 5 7 — 20

3-point goals: Westport (2): A. Gay, Davis. Johnsburg (2): Prouty, Berg.

Schroon Lake 53, Crown Point 35

CROWN POINT — Tanner Stone scored a game-high 18 points as the Wildcats knocked off the Panthers.

Jesse Shaughnessy added 15 points, while Jeffrey Armstrong tossed in 13.

Schroon Lake outscored Crown Point, 24-9, in the first half.

Gabe Macey led the way for the Panthers with 11 points. Jaice Spring contributed eight points.

Schroon Lake 53, Crown Point 35

Schroon Lake (53)

Rose 2-0-4, Stone 7-1-18, DeZalia 0-0-0, A. Shaughnessy 1-0-3, J. Shaughnessy 5-4-15, Lough 0-0-0, Armstrong 6-1-13, Paradis 0-0-0, Vallie 0-0-0, C. Maisonville 0-0-0, J. Maisonville 0-0-0. Totals: 21-6-53.

Crown Point (35)

Spring 3-0-8, Mildon 0-0-0, Spaulding 1-1-3, G. Macey 3-4-11, Groshans 2-0-4, Dushane 0-0-0, Gould 1-3-5, N. Macey 0-0-0, Foote 1-1-3, Worth 0-1-1. Totals: 11-10-35.

Schroon Lake 10 14 16 13 — 53

Crown Point 5 4 12 14 — 35

3-point goals: Schroon Lake (5) Stone 3, A. Shaughnessy, J. Shaughnessy. Crown Point (3) Spring 2, G. Macey.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 58, Willsboro 31

INDIAN LAKE — Colin Farrell and Henry Sandiford put on a 3-point clinic dropping in four apiece from behind the arc and combining for 42 points for the Orange to beat the Warriors.

Farrell totaled 22 points while Sandiford had 20. Matt Moore added two 3-pointers for his six points and Curtis Seaman tallied eight points with two 3-pointers as well for Indian Lake/Long Lake.

Nick Arnold was the top contributor for Willsboro hitting seven field goals and five free throws for 20 points. Walker Lobdell added four points in the loss and Seth Swires added another three points.

“(The Orange) were on fire from beyond the arc,” Willsboro coach Jim Spring said. “They always found a way to get the ball in the basket.”

Indian/Long Lake 58, Willsboro 31

Indian/Long Lake (58)

Moore 2-0-6, Farrell 9-0-22, Sandiford 8-0-20, Seaman 3-0-8, Giessen 3-0-8, Douglas 0-0-0, Hart 0-0-0. Totals: 23-0-58.

Willsboro (31)

Politti 1-0-2, Arnold 7-5-20, Pearson 0-0-0, Swires 1-1-3, Cross 1-0-2, Lobdell 2-0-4, McVicker 0-0-0. Totals: 12-6-31.

Indian/Long Lake 15 13 15 15 — 58

Willsboro 6 4 9 12 — 31

3-point goals: Indian/Long Lake (12): Moore 2, Seaman 2, Farrell 4, Sandiford 4. Willsboro (1): Arnold.

Wells 52, Lake Placid 34

WELLS — The Indians had 10 players put points on the board as they outscored the Blue Bombers 22-8 in the first half and never looked back to grab the dominating win.

Wells’ Kenny Chicoski led all scorers with 13 points including three 3-pointers. Caleb Hayes also contributed with 10 points and Ben Brenan added nine points and grabbed eight rebounds in the win.

Cody Porter and Garrett Woodruff were the high scorers for Lake Placid, tallying eight apiece. Alex Brandes had six points for the Blue Bombers.

Wells 52, Lake Placid 34

Wells (52)

Earley 3-1-7, Hayes 4-1-10, Michienzi 0-1-1, Chicoski 5-0-13, Foster 1-0-2, Brenan 4-1-9, Biederman 0-0-0, Collado 0-0-0, Peck 1-1-2, Jennings 0-1-1, Weaver 0-2-2, Hoffman 2-0-4, Trainer 0-0-0, Blane 0-0-0. Totals: 20-8-52.

Lake Placid (34)

Briggs 0-0-0, Cecunjanin 1-1-3, Moore 0-0-0, DeNicola 0-0-0, Brandes 2-1-6, Ca. Porter 1-0-2, Co. Porter 3-2-8, Kordziel 2-1-5, Woodruff 4-0-8, Pratt 1-0-2. Totals: 14-5-34.

Wells 22 15 11 4 — 52

Lake Placid 8 9 7 10 — 34

3-point goals: Wells (4) Hayes, Chicoski 3. Lake Placid (1): Brandes.

SECTION X

Chateaugay 60, Bruston-Moira 49

CHATEAUGAY — Devon Barnes recorded a triple-double with 16 rebounds, 11 points and 10 blocks to help lift the Bulldogs over the Panthers.

Both teams battled it out through three quarters with Chateaugay holding a one-point lead going into the fourth.

The Bulldogs’ Noah Bowes turned it up in the fourth by completing two three-point plays, hitting a few key foul shots and finishing with 24 points overall. His team would go 10-for-11 from the line in the fourth and that would be the deciding factor.

Bruston-Moira saw two players reach double digits with Adam Martin scoring 16 and Taylor Tallman adding 12 in the hard fought loss.

Chateaugay 60, Bruston-Moira 49

Chateaugay (60)

English 1-5-8, Swanston 1-0-2, Lang 0-2-2, Martin 1-7-9, Stalter 1-1-4, Bowes 9-5-24, Barnes 4-3-11. Totals: 17-23-60.

Bruston-Moira (49)

Martin 6-4-16, Z. Burnett 2-1-5, Traynor 1-0-3, Langdon 0-0-0, Benko 0-0-0, Lavarnway 2-4-8, Tallman 4-4-12, A. Burnett 2-0-5. Totals: 17-13-49.

Chateaugay 12 14 13 21 — 60

Bruston-Moira 11 9 18 11 — 49

3-point goals: Chateaugay (3): English, Stalter, Bowes. Bruston-Moira (2): Z. Burnett, Traynor.

 

 

 

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