AVCS 65, NAC 30
The Lady Patriots jumped out to a 24-6 first quarter lead in beating the Lady Bobcats Feb. 7.
Alexis Coolidge scored 21 points to lead the Patriots, while Alexis Facteau scored 12 points, Meghan Strong scored nine points, Alexias Ryan scored eight points, Taylor Saltus and Kayla Taylor scored four points, Cammy Keyser scored three points and the duo of Alex Casey and Carlee Hart scored two points each.
Rachael Wilson led the Bobcats with six points in a balanced scoring effort, with Jillian Scott scoring five points, Tylar Lafountain, Jesslin Golovach and Heather Kingsolver with four points, Tiffany Provost scored three points and the duo of Anna Bentley and Katelyn King, two points each.
Westport 40, Schroon Lake 39
The Lady Eagles countered an 18-7 third quarter by the Lady Wildcats with a 16-7 fourth quarter to pull out a one point victory Feb. 7.
Christina Sherman paced the Eagles with 12 points, Nancy Armitage scored 10 points, Willa McKinley added nine points, Allison Sherman scored seven points and Brendee Russell scored two points.
Bolton 49, Willsboro 44
Bolton jumped out to a 14-8 lead to win against the Lady Warriors Feb. 7.
Kyli Swires led the Warriors with 13 points, with the trio of Hannah Bruno, Renee Marcotte and Serene Holland scoring nine points each and Renee Provost scoring four points.
Willsboro 55, Keene 9
The Lady Warriors used a 19-4 opening quarter to push ahead for the victory over the Lady Beavers Feb. 8.
Hannah Bruno scored 19 points to pace the Warriors, while Serene Holland and Kyli Swires scored 12 points, Renee Marcotte scored nine points and Renee Provost scored three points.
Sadie Holbrook scored six points for the Beavers, while Chrissy Fabiano scored three points.
Westport 45, M\N 24
The Sherman girls combined for 31 of the Lady Eagles 45 points in beating the Lady Mountaineers Feb. 8.
Allison Sherman scored 16 points, while Christina Sherman added 15 points, Nancy Armitage scored six points and Karlee McGee scored four points.
Wells 62, Keene 17
Wells jumped out to a 27-4 lead in beating the Lady Beavers Feb. 9.
Sadie Holbrook scored 12 points to lead the Beavers, while Alex Dumas scored three points and Anna Kowanko scored two points.
Lake Placid 45, Ti 19
The Lady Blue Bombers woke up in the third quarter, outscoring the Lady Sentinels 22-2 in the stanza en route to a win Feb. 9.
Megan Riley paced the Bombers with 19 points, while Catalina Daby scored 10 points, Mackenzie Kemmerer and Stephanie Murphy scored six points and Danielle Balestrini scored four points.
AVCS 51, Seton 23
The Lady Patriots held the scoring edge in all four quarters in beating the Lady Knights Feb. 9.
Alexis Coolidge scored 23 points for the Patriots, while Kayla Taylor scored nine points, Cammy Keyser, Savannah Douglas and Alexias Ryan scored four points, Carlee Hart scored three points while Megan Colby and Meghan Strong each scored two points.
PHS 62, Saranac Lake 42
A 23-9 opening quarter helped push the Lady Hornets past the Lady Red Storm Feb. 9.
Emily Manchester led the Hornets with 14 points, while Charisse Abellard and Olivia Carlsson each scored 13 points and Marle Curle scored 10 points.
Jackie Cummings and Sauna Manning each scored 11 points for the Red Storm.
Westport 38, Chazy 30
The Westport Lady Eagles used a 16-6 first half to score a win over Chazy Feb. 10.
Christina Sherman scored 13 points in the win, while Willa McKinley scored seven points and the trio of Allison Sherman, Karlee McGee and Nancy Armitage each scored six points.
Olivia Seymour and Megan Reynolds each scored 11 points for the Chazy Eagles.
Saranac Lake 48,
The Lady Red Storm used an 18-5 fourth quarter to rally in beating the Lady Eagles Feb. 10.
Jackie Cummings scored 11 points to lead the Red Storm, while Marissa Farmer scored nine points.
Nicole Shepler scored 14 points for the Eagles, while Shannon Ryan scored 11 points.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 49, Tupper Lake 41
The Lady Orange used a 16-7 run in the second quarter to pull away from the Lady Lumberjacks Feb. 11.
Carley Aldridge scored 13 points for the Lumberjacks, while Katie Stuart and Hunter Aldridge scored seven points, Kelsie St. Louis scored six points, Sam Sanford and Paige Duckett scored three points each and Emily Kingsley scored two points.
Schroon Lake 25, ELCS 17
The Lady Wildcats outscored the Lady Lions 22-10 in the second half to earn the Division I championship Feb. 11.
Lily Whalen scored 11 points for the Lions, while Kearsten Ashline scored four points.
Johnsburg 51, Keene 27
Johnsburg used an 18-10 opening quarter to pull away from the Lady Beavers Feb. 11.
Emma Gothner scored nine points for the Beavers, while Anna Kowanko scored six points, Sadie Holbrook and Hannah McCabe scored four points, Olivia Jaques scored three points and Brittney Guerin scored one point.