The Eagles jumped out to a seven point lead after the first quarter in beating the Vikings Jan. 31.
Tom Ryan scored 16 points in the win while battling an illness, while Keegan Ryan scored 16 points and pulled down 14 rebounds, Devon Anderson scored 15 points, with Tyler Frennier and Foster Ebersole scoring six points.
Peru 50, Seton 25
The Indians used a 30-13 second half to pull away from the Knights Jan. 31.
Dan Caron scored 12 points to pace the Indians offense, while Will Flynn scored 10 points, Taylor Spear scored eight points and Joe Mazzella scored seven points.
Carson Hynes scored 15 points for the Knights, with Eddie LaRow scoring nine points.
Saranac Lake 50
The Red Storm rallied from a six-point halftime deficit to force overtime against the Patriots Feb. 1, but were unable keep he momentum in overtime as the Patriots clinched a share of the CVACDivision II title.
Brody Douglas led the Patriots with 16 points to go with 14 rebounds, while Jordan Cooldige scored 15 points, TJ Burl added 14 points and 17 rebounds and Connor Manning scored 11 points to go with 10 rebounds.
Benioko Harris scored 16 points to go with 10 rebounds for the Red Storm, while CJ Stewart added 16 points, Forrest Morgan scored seven points, Austin McDonough and Zach Buckley scored four points and Sean Lanigan scored three points.
PHS 69, NAC 22
The Hornets used a 27-0 first quarter and a 48-3 halftime lead to cruise past the Bobcats Feb. 1.
Kyle LaPoint led the Hornets with 21 points, while Justin Curtis scored eight points, with Ethan Votraw and Andrew Favor scoring six points.
Colby Sayah scored 15 points for the Bobcats, while Cameron Garrand scored three points and Tyler Smith scored two points.
Moriah 49, Peru 41
The Vikings used a 13-5 fourth quarter to score a win against the Indians Feb. 3.
Tim Remillard scored 14 points for the Indians, while Kyle Carter and Will Flynn scored eight points, Dan Caron scored five points and Joe Mazzella scored four points.
Saranac 73, NAC 34
The Chiefs took a 27-3 lead after the first quarter and pulled away for the win Feb. 3.
Zach Vaughn scored 12 points to lead the Chiefs, while Ryan Kerner scored 11 points and Joe Tobin scored 10 points.
Colby Sayah scored 11 points for the Bobcats, who got nine points from Tyler Smith, six points from Cameron Garrand and four points from Craig Gardner.
PHS 64, Seton 15
A 22-4 first quarter gave the Hornets a commanding lead in its Feb. 3 win against the Knights.
Kyle LaPoint scored 13 points in the win, while Justin Curtis scored 10 points and Ethan Votraw and Andrew Favor scored nine points.
Willsboro 57, ELCS 43
The Warriors won every quarter, and thus, won the game against the Lions Feb. 4.
Clay Sherman led the Warriors with 15 points in the game, while Brandon Bertrand scored 10 points, Alex Hamel scored eight points, Clayton Cross scored seven points, John Pollock scored six points, Nick Ball scored five points, Cody Sayward scored three points and Dakota Sayward one.