AVCS 58, Saranac 56
Austin House picked a fine time to score his only two points of the night.
House scored with 14 seconds remaining in the game, and the final shot fell just short as the Patriots defeated the Chiefs Jan. 18.
Broody Douglass paced the Patriots with 15 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in the game, while TJ Burl, who hit a key three late in the fourth quarter, led all scorers with 19 points, Connor Manning, whose steal and basket tied the game at 56-56, scored 16 points and Jordan Coolidge added six points.
Dylan Gallagher paced the Chiefs with 16 points, with Jeremy Bullis scoring 14 points, Jake Liberty scoring 11 points, Dylan Everleth scoring seven points and Andrew Favro scoring four points.
PHS 67, Ti 28
The Hornets jumped out to a 33-6 lead and cruised to a victory against the Sentinels Jan. 19.
Kyle LaPoint led the Hornets with 20 points in the game, while Ethan Votraw scored 10 points and Tre Bucci and Seth Fout each scored nine points.
Peru 55, NAC 11
The Indians outscored the Bobcats 32-2 in the opening half to earn the win Jan. 19.
Charles Remillard scored 16 points for the Indians, while Joe Mazzella and Hunter Bruno scored eight points and Kyle Carter scored seven points.
Josh Langlois scored five points for the Bobcats, while Colby Sayah scored four points and Cameron Garrand scored two points.
NCCS 56, Beekmantown 46
The Cougars won the even quarters, outscoring the Eagles 17-11 in the second quarter and 16-10 in the fourth quarter to earn a win Jan. 20.
Logan Miller found the range for the Cougars, connecting on six three pointers en route to a 22-point performance.
Jamie Davison scored 14 points in the win, while Steven Carder added 10 points, Tom Bedard scored six points and Richie Collins and Rob Armstrong each scored two points.
Tom Ryan led the Eagles with 13 points and was followed by 12 points from Keegan Ryan, nine points for Tyler Frennier and eight points for Devon Anderson.
Seton 65, NAC 28
The Knights scored 17 points in each of the last three quarters as they scored a win against the Bobcats Jan. 20.
Carson Hynes led the Knights with 20 points, 16 rebounds and seven blocked shots, while Adam Tedford scored 11 points, Keagan Briggs scored 10 points, Jan Bin Park added 10 points, Mark Ryan scored eight points and Cody Quantock scored four points with six steals.
Zak Clar and Craig Gardner each scored seven points to pace the Bobcats, while Cameron Garrand scored five points.
PHS 59, Peru 34
The Hornets jumped out to a 21-5 first quarter lead and never looked back in beating the Indians Jan. 20.
Jordan Knight scored 13 points for the Hornets, while Kyle LaPoint scored nine points and Seth Fout scored eight points.
Kyle Carter scored 15 points for the Indians, while Dan Caron and Mike remillard scored four points each.
Chazy 47, Westport 37
Chazy outscored Westport in three of the four quarters in the battle of the Eagles Jan. 20.
Kaleb Snide led Chazy with 12 points, while Brandon Laurin and Nathan Reynolds scored 11 points each, John Tregan scored nine points and Matt Gravelle scored four points.
Kevin Russell paced Westport in his first game of the season with 11 points, while Will Adams scored 10 points, Liam Davis added eight points, David Quaglietta and Alex Frum scored three points, and Cooper Sayward scored two points.
Saranac Lake 49
The Chiefs outscored the Red Storm 17-10 in the first quarter and 16-8 in the third quarter to pull away for a win Jan. 20.
Jake Liberty scored 14 points in the win, while Dylan Gallagher and Dylan Everleth each scored 11 points and Andrew Favro scored seven points.
CJ Stewart scored 19 points for the Red Storm, while Benioko Harris added 16 points, Forrest Morgan added six points, Zach Buckley scored four points, Austin McDonough scored two points and Ben Monty also scored two points.
NCCS 71, Seton 25
The Cougars used a 22-3 opening quarter to get past the Knights Jan. 21.
Steven Carder paced the Cougars with 17 points in the game, while Tom Bedard scored 14 points, Jamie Davison scored 13 points, Alex Davison scored 11 points, Logan Miller scored eight points, Richie Collins scored four points and Rob Armstrong and Nick LaFave each scored two points.
Carson Hynes had seven points to lead the Knights, with Adam Tedford scoring five points and Keagan Briggs scoring four points.
NCCS 48, Saranac Lake 36
Down three after the first quarter, the Cougars outscored the Red Storm 26-11 in the middle two to score a win Jan. 22.
Steven Carder scored 15 points for the Cougars, while Tom Bedard added 12 points, Jamie Davison scored 11 points and the duo of Logan Miller and Richie Collins each scored five points.
CJ Stewart led the Red Storm with 16 points, while Benioko Harris scored nine points, Austin McDonough scored five points, Zach Buckley scored four points and Kellen Munn scored two points.
Bolton 44, Chazy 32
Brandon Laurin connected on five three-pointers and finished with 17 points, but the Eagles were unable to get past Bolton Jan. 22.
John Tregan added six points for the Eagles, while Cody Toohill scored four points, Andrew Rabideau scored three points and Kaleb Snide scored two points.