Moriah clinched the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Division II championship with a 56-47 win against AuSable Valley Feb. 17.
The victory gave the Vikings a 9-4 CVAC mark, 13-5 overall. AVCS is 9-5 on the loop.
Tied at 15 in the second quarter, Moriah finished the half with a 15-4 spurt to take command. It stretched its advanatge to 15 entering the final period and coasted to the win.
Nick Gilbo scored 17 points to key the Viking attack. Hayden Whalen added 12 points and 10 rebounds for the division champs.
Ticonderoga 65, Seton 21
Ticonderoga trounced Seton Catholic, 65-21, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Feb. 17.
The Sentinels raced to a 20-1 lead.
Jesse LaRose tallied 14 points, Brian Losher 12 and Matt Nolan 11 for the winners.
Peru 66, Ticonderoga 41
Ticonderoga led the entire first half, but eventually fell to Peru, 66-41, in boys non-league basketball play Feb. 16.
Ti sprinted to a 15-9 lead and held a 24-23 lead at the intermission. Peru rallied to grab the lad in the third period and secured the win with a 26-5 run in the final stanza.
Robert Kearns scored 14 points for Ti. Nick Mars added 10 for the locals.
NCCS 50, Crown Point 41
Crown Point lost to Northeastern Clinton, 50-41, in non-league boys basketball action Feb. 22.
John Budwick had 25 points for the Panthers.