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Plattsburgh's Shea Frady (right) motions to a teammate while Peru's Meghan Mazzella defends during Tuesday's girls' Northern Basketball League matchup at Plattsburgh High School. Plattsburgh defeated Peru 45-38. (Gabe Dickens/P-R Photo)

Carder powers Northeastern Clinton past Northern Adirondack

CHAMPLAIN — Kayla Carder dominated the inside Tuesday night for Northeastern Clinton.

Carder scored a game-high 18 points, pulled down 25 rebounds and blocked five shots as the Cougars captured a 43-36 victory over Northern Adirondack in girls’ Northern Basketball League play.

“The defensive intensity of both teams kept the score down and caused numerous turnovers,” Northeastern Clinton coach Frank Dumas said. “Both teams struggled to get good looks at the basket.

“We would pull away and NAC would come right back. NAC played real hard … right to the end.”

Sierra Gonyo added eight points for the Cougars, while Shaylyn Rowe and Taylor Rabideau each chipped in with six points.

Jillian Scott led the charge for the Bobcats with 16 points. Taylor Durnin and Rachael Venne both added nine points.

Northeastern Clinton 43, Northern Adirondack 36

Northern Adirondack (36)

Warick 0-0-0, Mag. Magee 0-0-0, Scott 7-0-16, Durnin 4-1-9, Mak. Magee 0-0-0, LaFountain 0-0-0, Venne 3-3-9, Boulrice 0-1-1, Kerr 0-1-1, Chilton 0-0-0, Brunell 0-0-0. Totals: 14-6-36.

Northeastern Clinton (43)

K. Sample 0-0-0, P. Sample 1-0-2, Rabideau 3-0-6, Gonyo 3-0-8, Rowe 3-0-6, Paola 0-0-0, E. Sample 1-1-3, Carder 8-2-18. Totals: 19-3-43.

N. Adirondack 6 9 9 12 — 36

N’eastern Clinton 11 10 10 12 — 43

3-point goals: Northern Adirondack (2) Scott 2. Northeastern Clinton (2) Gonyo 2.

JV: Northeastern Clinton won.

Mod: Northeastern Clinton won.

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Plattsburgh 45, Peru 38

PLATTSBURGH — The Hornets connected on seven 3-pointers as they captured the victory over the Indians.

Shea Frady connected on three of those 3-pointers and delivered 14 points for Plattsburgh. Ashley Marlow also connected on 14 points for the Hornets.

“Real proud of the way our team played (Tuesday),” Plattsburgh coach Brad LaValley said. “You can see the confidence growing in the team.

“We moved the ball real well against Peru’s zone and found the open person. We did plenty of outside shooting in practice and it showed with seven threes (Tuesday).”

Kianna Dragoon chipped in with eight points for the Hornets.

Meghan Mazzella led the Indians with 12 points. Maria Remillard chipped in with nine points and Sam Spear finished with eight.

Plattsburgh 45, Peru 38

Peru (38)

Remillard 4-1-9, Laporte 1-2-5, Spear 4-0-8, Mazzella 5-2-12, Terrell 0-0-0, Flynn 1-0-3, Larsen 0-0-0, Allen 0-0-0, Neenan 0-1-1, McKinney 0-0-0. Totals: 15-6-38.

Plattsburgh (45)

K. Carper 1-0-3, Dragoon 2-2-8, A. Carper 1-1-3, Bedard 0-0-0, Marlow 6-2-14, Senecal 1-0-3, Frady 4-3-14, LaBarge 0-0-0, Cyphers 0-0-0. Totals: 15-8-45.

Peru 9 9 11 9 — 38

Plattsburgh 13 13 5 14 — 45

3-point goals: Peru (2) Laporte, Flynn. Plattsburgh (7) K. Carper, Dragoon 2, Senecal, Frady 3.

JV: Peru won.

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Keene 58, Indian Lake/Long Lake 33

KEENE — The Beavers outscored the Orange 35-11 in the first and fourth quarters to capture the victory.

Hanna Whitney and Naomi Peduzzi combined for 35 points for Keene. Whitney led the way with 18 points, while Peduzzi had 17 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks.

Tucker Geiger added 16 rebounds to go with her eight points. Elaina Smith chipped in with 10 points.

“John (Reynolds) always coaches a good game and his girls are well prepared, shuffling between numerous offenses and keeping you on your toes,” Beavers coach Brian LaVallee said.

Shannon Farrell and Jazmin Piraino each tallied eight points to lead Indian Lake/Long Lake.

Keene 58, Indian Lake/Long Lake 33

Indian Lake/Long Lake (33)

Dumond 0-0-0, Moore 1-0-2, Farrell 4-0-8, Piraino 4-0-8, Hamdan 2-1-5, Carroll 1-0-2, Black 1-0-2, Dechene 2-2-6, Seery 0-0-0. Totals: 15-3-33.

Keene (58)

Whitney 8-0-18, Peduzzi 7-3-17, Smith 4-1-10, Garcia 0-0-0, Ta. Geiger 1-1-3, Gifford 1-0-2, Tu. Geiger 4-0-8.

Indian/Long Lake 5 10 12 6 — 58

Keene 16 11 12 19 — 58

3-point goals: Keene (3) Whitney 2, Smith.

Mod: Keene won.

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Saranac 60, Saranac Lake 26

SARANAC LAKE — Tori Trim tossed in 16 points to lead the Chiefs over the Red Storm.

Kaitlyn Bowman added 10 points for Saranac, while Alyvia Dessureault chipped in with eight points and Kayla Napper, seven.

Katie Buckley led Saranac Lake with six points. Katelyn Hewitt finished with five points.

Saranac 60, Saranac Lake 26

Saranac (60)

Trim 5-3-16, Eggleston 1-0-2, Napper 3-0-7, Heywood 0-0-0, Duquette 1-0-3, Newell 0-0-0, Bowman 4-2-10, Dessureault 2-3-8, Rugar 3-0-6, Gillespie 3-0-6, Fink 0-0-0, Bedard 0-2-2. Totals: 22-1-60.

Saranac Lake (26)

McDonough 2-0-4, Hochwald 1-1-3, Moody 1-0-2, Woodruff 0-0-0, S. Buckley 1-0-2, Ward 0-0-0, Hewitt 1-3-5, Baillargeon 2-0-4, Cummings 0-0-0, Morgan 0-0-0, K. Buckley 3-0-6. Totals: 11-4-26.

Saranac 20 10 23 7 — 60

Saranac Lake 11 4 6 5 — 26

3-point goals: Saranac (6) Trim 3, Napper, Duquette, Dessureault.

JV: Saranac won.

Mod: Saranac won.

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Minerva/Newcomb 57, Schroon Lake 17

MINERVA — Astasia Myler led a balanced scoring attack for the Mountaineers with 14 points as they knocked off the Wildcats.

Makenzie Winslow added 12 points for Minerva/Newcomb, while Gabrielle McNally tossed in 10. Nicole Rubertone chipped in with nine points and Maddy Miller finished with eight.

Molly Wisser paced Schroon Lake with six points.

Minerva/Newcomb 57, Schroon Lake 17

Schroon Lake (17)

Finnerty 1-0-2, Veverka 1-0-2, Rodriquez 0-0-0, Gadway 2-1-5, Lanoue 0-0-0, Wisser 1-4-6, Subra 1-0-2. Totals: 6-5-17.

Minerva/Newcomb (57)

Winslow 5-1-12, Rubertone 4-1-9, G. McNally 5-0-10, Miller 4-0-8, McCall 1-0-2, Myler 5-4-14, Bennett 1-0-2. Totals: 24-6-57.

Schroon Lake 2 3 6 6 — 17

Minerva/Newcomb 24 14 9 10 — 57

3-point goals: Minerva/Newcomb (1) Winslow.

JV: Minerva/Newcomb won.

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Wells 37, Johnsburg 26

WELLS — Erika Foster tossed in 11 points to lead the Indians past the Jaguars.

Chelsea Kennedy chipped in with eight points for Wells, while Chelsea Simons finished with seven points.

Paige Guy paced Johnsburg with 11 points.

Wells 37, Johnsburg 26

Johnsburg (26)

Amell 0-0-0, Denno 0-0-0, Guy 2-6-11, Persons 1-1-3, Millington 3-0-6, Ordway 2-0-4, DeThomas 1-0-2. Totals: 9-7-26.

Wells (37)

Mayer 0-0-0, Brown 0-1-1, Brenan 2-1-5, Simons 2-2-7, Kennedy 3-2-8, Darling 2-0-5, Foster 5-1-11. Totals: 14-7-37.

Johnsburg 8 4 9 5 — 26

Wells 10 9 6 12 — 37

3-point goals: Johnsburg (1) Guy. Wells (3) Simons, Brenan, Darling.

Mod: Johnsburg won.

NAC

Chateaugay 43, Tupper Lake 13

CHATEAUGAY — Caitlin Miller and Abby Barnes each tallied 10 points as the Bulldogs cruised past the Lumberjacks.

Barnes and Hannah Cook, who tallied four points and had six steals, were recognized on Senior Night by Chateaugay.

Barnes pulled down 12 rebounds and Miller blocked six shots.

Lizzie Zurek paced Tupper Lake with eight points.

Chateaugay 43, Tupper Lake 13

Tupper Lake (13)

O’Connor 0-0-0, Luton 0-0-0, McGowan 0-0-0, Maroun 2-0-4, Kulzer 0-0-0, McLear 0-0-0, Zurek 4-0-8, Vaillancourt 0-0-0, K. Zurek 0-1-1. Totals: 6-1-13.

Chateaugay (43)

Charland 1-0-2, Young 1-0-2, H. Cook 1-2-4, Bri. Cook 2-0-5, Beach 2-0-4, Bra, Cook 1-0-2, Miller 2-5-10, Winch 1-0-2, Barnes 3-3-10, Dwyer 0-1-1, A. Cook 0-1-1. Totals: 14-12-43.

Tupper Lake 4 3 2 4 — 13

Chateaugay 10 12 3 18 — 43

3-point goals: Chateaugay (3) Bri. Cook, Miller, Barnes.

Monday

Schroon Lake 44, Chazy 26

SCHROON LAKE — Abby Veverka scored eight of her 13 points in the fourth quarter as the Wildcats pulled away from the Eagles.

Chazy took an early 8-7 lead after the first quarter.

“It took all four quarters for (us) to put away the Eagles,” Schroon Lake coach Mark Davenport said. “Chazy, operating without two of its starters, was able to hang tough through three quarters.”

Julianna Finnerty led all scorers with 19 points for the Wildcats.

Rachel Pombrio paced the Eagles with 10 points.

Schroon Lake 44, Chazy 26

Chazy (26)

Stalker 0-1-1, Gonyo 1-1-4, Thomas 0-0-0, Tatro 1-1-3, West 0-0-0, Pilon 0-0-0, Trombley 1-0-2, Pombrio 5-0-10, McGrath 1-0-2, Meshefsky 2-0-4, Hansen 0-0-0, Peete 0-0-0. Totals: 11-3-26.

Schroon Lake (44)

Veverka 6-1-13, Finnerty 8-1-19, Rodriguez 0-0-0, Gadway 2-0-4, Lanaue 1-0-2, Wisser 2-2-6, Subra 0-0-0. Totals; 19-4-44.

Chazy 8 4 7 7 — 26

Schroon Lake 7 10 11 16 — 44

3-point goals: Chazy (1) Gonyo. Schroon Lake (2) Finnerty 2.

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Ticonderoga 48, Wells 24

WELLS — Delaney Hughes led a balanced scoring attack with 14 points as the Sentinels defeated the Indians.

Kylie Austin added 11 points for Ticonderoga, while Maura Jebb finished with eight points and Nicole Fuller, seven.

Kaeli Brenan led the way for Wells with seven points.

Ticonderoga 48, Wells 24

Ticonderoga (48)

Purkey 1-0-2, Moore 1-0-2, Hughes 6-2-14, Hamel 2-0-4, Jebb 3-2-8, Austin 5-1-11, Kelly 0-0-0, Mars 0-0-0, Fuller 3-1-7, Gunning 0-0-0. Totals; 21-6-48.

Wells (24)

Mayer 0-3-3, Brown 0-0-0, Brenan 1-4-7, Simons 2-0-5, Kennedy 1-1-3, Darling 1-0-2, Foster 1-2-4. Totals: 6-10-24.

Ticonderoga 12 13 7 14 — 48

Wells 8 5 8 3 — 24

3-point goals: Wells (2) Simons, Brenan

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