Girls' Basketball

NCCS holds off AuSable in basketball

CLINTONVILLE — Rodney Grimshaw and Tom Bedard each tossed in 13 points as Northeastern Clinton held off a strong AuSable Valley comeback attempt for a 42-39 victory in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys’ basketball Monday.

The Patriots took a slim 13-11 lead after the first quarter, but the wheel’s fell off in the second and third.

“We only scored 12 points in the mid-quarters and got outscored 28-12,” AuSable Valley coach Jamie Douglass said.

The Patriots, though, were able to outscore the Cougars 14-3 in the fourth quarter, but their comeback attempt would fall short.

“We finally started attacking their zone,” Douglass said. “We didn’t shoot well in the first half at all. We had it down to two, but had a turnover and had to foul. They hit a free throw and time expired before we could throw up a three.

“They can shoot. Grimshaw had a huge third quarter with 10 points. (Austin) Tetreault only had two threes, but they came at big times.”

Tetreault finished with eight points.

Shane Douglas led all scorers with 17 points for AuSable Valley. Zach Cosgrove added 10 points, while Austin Depo finished with seven points and 15 rebounds.

“We were down by 14 and we came back,” Douglass said. “We just didn’t get that one shot we needed. I am proud of the kids.

“I am happy with the effort. Sometimes you can’t overcome cold shooting and (Monday) it was cold.”

N’eastern Clinton 42, AuSable Valley 39

Northeastern Clinton (42)

LaFave 1-0-2, Grimshaw 6-1-13, Tetreault 3-0-8, Begore 1-0-2, Tavernia 1-0-2, Bedard 5-2-13, Filion 1-0-2. Totals: 18-3-42.

AuSable Valley (39)

Cosgrove 4-0-10, Casey 0-0-0, Kennedy 0-0-0, Facteau 2-0-4, Depo 3-0-7, Douglas 6-1-17, McDonald 0-1-1. Totals: 15-2-39.

Northeastern Clinton 11 13 15 3 — 42

AuSable Valley 13 4 8 14 — 39

3-point goals: Northeastern Clinton (3) Grimshaw, Tetreault 2. AuSable Valley (7) Cosgrove 2, Depo, Douglas 4.

JV: AuSable Valley won.

Mod: AuSable Valley won.

Moriah 59, Crown Point 41

PORT HENRY — Mike Mero scored eight of his team-high 15 points in the third quarter to help the host Vikings (6-4) pull away from the Panthers.

Moriah opened a 13-point lead after one quarter and stretched it to 20 by the break.

“We shot the ball well tonight,” Moriah Coach Brian Cross said.

Freshman center Adam Jaquish chipped in with 12 points and nine rebounds while Derek Brassard tossed in 13. Tyler Pratt was credited with five assists.

Crown Point’s Gabe Macey led all scorers with 18 points.

Moriah 59, Crown Point 41

Crown Point (41)

Spring 0-0-0, Mildon 0-0-0, Spaulding 2-1-5, Macey 6-5-18, Groshans 2-0-5, Dushane 0-3-3, Gould 0-3-3, Worth 2-3-7. Totals 12-15-41.

Moriah (59)

Calkins 3-0-7, Petro 0-0-0, Pratt 0-2-2, Graham 1-0-2, Shpur 0-0-0, Mero 6-0-15, Jaquish 5-2-12, Mauran 0-0-0, McKiernan 0-0-0, Belzer 2-0-4. Brassard 5-0-13, Marcotte 2-0-4. Totals 24-4-59.

Crown Point 6 10 8 17 — 41

Moriah 19 17 18 5 —59

3-point goals: CP (2) Macey, Groshans. Mor (7) Calkins, Mero 3, Brassard 3.

JV: Moriah won

Modified: Moriah won

Schroon Lake 54, Indian-Long Lake 45

INDIAN LAKE — The visiting Wildcats converted 13 of 21 free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter to secure the victory in a game rescheduled from Friday.

Schroon Lake never trailed in the game, but needed some clutch foul shooting to preserve the victory after the host Orange rallied to within two in the second half.

“We hung with them right to the end,” Indian-Long Lake Coach David Olbert said. “It was a well played defensive game.”

Jesse Shaughnessy scored 17 points to lead Schroon Lake while Bobby Rose picked up seven of his 14 in the fourth quarter.

Curtis Seaman led Indian-Long Lake with 12 points.

Schroon Lake 54, Indian-Long Lake 45

Schroon Lake (54)

Rose 6-1-14, Stone 0-5-5, A. Shaughnessy 3-1-8, J. Shaughnessy 6-5-17, Armstrong 3-2-8, C. Maisonville 1-0-2, J. Maisonville 0-0-0. Totals 19-14-54.

Indian-Long Lake (45)

Farrell 7-3-18, Sandiford 2-1-6, Seaman 4-0-12, Douglas 0-0-0, Giessen 0-0-0, Hart 0-0-0, Moore 4-0-9. Totals 17-4-45.

Schroon Lake 12 13 10 19 — 54

Indian-Long Lake 8 14 6 17 — 45

3-point goals: Schroon (2) Rose, A. Shaughnessy. ILL (7) Farrell, Sandiford, Seaman 4, Moore.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

SETON CATHOLIC 52, CHAZY 25

CHAZY — Paige Spittler scored a game-high 21 points as the Knights knocked off the Eagles in nonleague action.

Kelli Ryan chipped in with 11 points for Seton Catholic. Maddison Murnane finished with seven points.

“We had a lot of turnovers which hurt us,” Chazy coach Liz Garrand said. “(Seton) is very athletic and quick. Their shots were money, honestly.

“We had some opportunities, but couldn’t capitalize and they took advantage of our mistakes.”

Ashley Gilmore paced the Eagles with 11 points, while Courtney Gilmore tossed in six.

Seton Catholic 52, Chazy 25

Seton Catholic (52)

Murnane 3-1-7, Spittler 10-0-21, Ryan 4-3-11, Nachbauer 1-0-2, Egan 2-0-4, Bashaw 0-1-1, Moore 3-0-6, Clark 0-0-0, Chapman 0-0-0, Durgan 0-0-0. Totals: 23-5-52.

Chazy (25)

A. Gilmore 5-1-11, Tatro 2-0-4, C. Gilmore 2-2-6, Pilon 1-0-2, Meshefsky 1-0-2, Rotella 0-0-0, Gonyo 0-0-0, Cahoon 0-0-0, Barcomb 0-0-0, Stalker 0-0-0, Kozak 0-0-0. Totals: 11-3-25.

Seton Catholic 12 15 17 8 — 52

Chazy 6 8 4 7 — 25

3-point goals: Seton Catholic (1) Spittler.

Ind-Long Lake 40, Schroon Lake 16

INDIAN LAKE — Meg Smith scored 18 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for a double-double as the host Orange easily turned back the Wildcats.

Jessica Bain contributed seven rebounds and six assists to Indian Lake-Long Lake (7-1, 6-1).

“Jessica didn’t score a lot, but she had a real nice night. And she was strong defensively,” Orange Coach John Reynolds said.

Indian-Long Lake 40, Schroon Lake 16

Schroon Lake (16)

Jarrell 2-0-4, Hall 1-1-4, Lanoue 0-0-0, Gadway 0-0-0, DeZalia 1-0-2, Reynolds 0-0-0, Wisser 0-2-2, Garland 0-0-0, Fiore 1-2-4. Totals 5-5-16.

Indian Lake-Long Lake (40)

Shannon Farrell 3-0-6, King 1-0-2, Wilder 0-0-0, Darling 2-0-4, Bain 0-2-2, Walters 1-0-2, Hamdan 2-0-4, Moore 0-0-0, Hinckley 1-0-2, Meg Smith 7-4-18, Seery 0-0-0, Foster 0-0-0. Totals 17-6-40.

Schroon Lake 4 4 1 7 — 16

Ind-Long Lake 18 10 10 2 — 40

3-point goal: SL (1) Hall.

Chateaugay 47, Potsdam 41

CHATEAUGAY — The Bulldogs built up a 36-24 lead after three quarters and withstood a late Potsdam comeback bid to gain the victory.

Makayla Fleury contributed a double-double with 10 points and 13 rebounds. Courtney Boyea chipped in with 10 points while Hannak Cook came up with four steals.

Chateaugay improved to 6-1, overall, and 4-0 in conference play.

Shanielle Chambers tallied 13 points to lead Potsdam (2-8, 1-6).

Chateaugay 47

Potsdam 41

Potsdam (41)

Hildreth 0-0-0, Ditullio 3-1-9, Bonno 1-3-5, Chambers 4-4-13, Sapp 2-3-8, Vivlamore 3-0-6. Totals 13-11-41.

Chateaugay (47)

A. Beach 2-0-5, H. Cook 3-1-7, K. Beach 1-0-3, Boyea 4-0-10, Fleury 4-2-10, Miller 3-0-6, Charland 0-0-0, Barnes 3-0-6, B. Cook 0-0-0. Totals 20-3-47.

Potsdam 6 11 7 17 — 41

Chateaugay 9 14 13 11 — 47

3-point goals: Pots (4) Ditullio 2, Chambers, Sapp. Chat (4) A. Beach, K. Beach, Boyea 2.

 

 

 

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