Schroon Lake 78, Keene 39
KEENE - Keene had no answer for the Wildcats in MVAC boys basketball Feb. 3.
Jesse Shaughnessy and Brennan Bush combined for 38 points to lead Schroon Lake past the Beavers. Lance Paradis added 12 points as the Wildcats seemed to score at will in the first half, amassing a 51-10 lead.
Luke Andrews and Cody Whitney were the leaders for Keene with 13 and 12 points, respectively. Dylan Boyle chipped in nine.
Bolton 45, Elizabethtown-Lewis 36
BOLTON - The Eagles controlled the boards and prevailed against Elizabethtown-Lewis in MVAC boys basketball Feb. 3.
Hunter Mowery scored 21 and Evan Drew added seven for the Lions, but it was not enough to overcome the inside-outside Bolton attack.
Dom Pfau knocked down three 3-pointers for the Eagles and finished with 14 while Mitchell Jordan added 11 points and nine rebounds. Matt smith also grabbed nine boards.
Indian/Long Lake 43, Keene 30
KEENE - A 17-point halftime deficit was too much for the Beavers to overcome against Indian/Long Lake in MVAC boys basketball Feb. 5.
Kris Bain pounded the ball inside for the Orange, netting 28 points for the Division III leaders.
Dylan Boyle led with 10 points and James Bell added eight for Keene in the loss.
AuSable Valley 51, Beekmantown 48
BEEKMANTOWN - A second half surge allowed the Patriots to stay in the hunt for a Division II title with a win over Beekmantown in CVAC boys basketball Feb. 5.
T.J. Burl scored eight of his 12 points in the fourth quarter to spark a 24-9 run that erased the Eagles' lead. Jordan Coolidge led AuSable Valley with 14 and Brody Douglass also added 12.
The Patriots had been held to just one second quarter point and went into the second half with a 10-point deficit that grew to 12 after the third. Tom Ryan's 21 points and 12 rebounds powered Beekmantown's offense, and his brother, Keegan, scored 10.
Bolton 41, Willsboro 39
WILLSBORO - The Eagles rallied to squeak past Willsboro in MVAC boys basketball Feb. 5.
Mitchell Jordan's free throws capped off an 11-5 run for Bolton in the fourth quarter to overcome the Warriors' late lead. Dom Pfau led with a game-high 13 points in a balanced effort.
Clay Sherman and Alex Hamel paced Willsboro with 11 and nine points, respectively.
Indian/Long Lake 44, Elizabethtown-Lewis 21
INDIAN LAKE - The Lions struggled to score against a tough Orange defense in MVAC boys basketball Feb. 8.
Kris Bain dominated in the paint with 21 points and 10 rebounds for Indian/Long Lake while Zach Mitchell chipped in with six points and six assists.
Hunter Mowery once again led the scoring for Elizabethtown-Lewis, which fell behind 29-10 in the first half.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 34, Bolton 25
ELIZABETHTOWN - Shonna Brooks posted another double-double and the Lions put together a pair of consecutive wins with a victory over Bolton in MVAC girls basketball Feb. 4.
Brooks' 13 points and 10 rebounds helped propel Elizabethtown to a 23-9 halftime lead and hold off a late rally by the Eagles.
Danielle St. Amour scored nine of her 11 points in the third quarter when the Lions were held scoreless.
Lindsay Whalen added six points for Elizabethtown and Kyle Cassavaugh notched four to go along with five steals and three assists.
Schroon Lake 53, Keene 35
KEENE - A slow start proved costly for Keene as they fell to the Wildcats in MVAC girls basketball Feb. 4.
Schroon Lake put together a 24-10 lead in the first quarter and led by as much as 25 behind the 19-point effort of Jocelyn Bowen. Mindy Whitty and Ashley Subra each added 10.
The Beavers were led by Emma Nye, who hit five free-throws to finish with 14 points. Jessica Caner added eight points.
AuSable Valley 66, Beekmantown 33
CLINTONVILLE - The Patriots' 25-8 run in the third quarter launched them to a win over Beekmantown in CVAC girls basketball Feb. 4, their 10th of the season.
Alexis Coolidge put together a season-high 24 points, including eight in the third, adding five steals and six rebounds for AuSable Valley. Alexis Facteau contributed seven points to go along with seven steals and 14 rebounds, and Kayla Taylor added 12 points and six assists.
Nicole Shepler accounted for nearly half of the Eagles' offense with 15 points.
The Patriots outscored Beekmantown 45-14 in the second half.
Indian/Long Lake 61, Keene 31
KEENE - The Orange scored early and often, defeating Keene in MVAC girls basketball Feb. 5.
Indian/Long Lake amassed a 33-9 lead at the half behind the 23-point effort of Carli Reynolds. Allison Pine added 17 for the Orange.
Emma Nye and Jessica Caner were once again the high scorers for Keene with 13 and 11 points, respectively.