NCCS76, Moriah 51
The Cougars jumped out to a 17-8 lead in the opening quarter to scored a victory over the Vikings Feb. 7.
Steven Carder scored 18 points to lead the Cougars, while Logan Miller scored 16 points, Rob Armstrong scored 12 points, Tom Bedard scored 11 points, Jamie Davison scored 10 points and Richie Collins scored four points.
Schroon Lake 55, Chazy 43
The Wildcats used a 10-point first quarter advantage to beat te Eagles Feb. 7.
John Tregan scored 13 points for the Eagles, Kaleb Snide scored 11 points, Brandon Laruin scored nine points, Ricky Osier scored six points and Cody Toohill scored one point.
Beekmatown 58, Peru 53
The Eagles used a 34-26 first half and held on the beat the Eagles Feb. 8.
Keegan Ryan led the Eagles with 22 points, while Tom Ryan added 15 points, Devon Anderson scored 11 points, Tyler Frennier and Foster Ebersole scored four points.
Kyle Carter scored 15 points to pace the Eagles, while Will Flynn scored 14 points, Joe Mazzella scored eight points and Dan Caron scored six points.
AVCS 71, Seton 23
The Patriots jumped out to a 27-7 lead in the first quarter en route to a win Feb. 8.
Jordan Coolidge scored 13 points for the Patriots, while Brody Douglass added 11 points, Connor Manning scored nine points, Shane Douglas scored eight points in his first varsity action, TJ Burl scored seven points, John Hickey scored five points, the trio of Ryan Lee, Justin Hart and Philip Nolan scored four points, Nick Rhino scored two points and Michael Hart scored one point.
Carson Hynes scored nine points for the Knights, with Adam Tedford adding six points.
PHS 82, Saranac Lake 38
While the Hornets dominated the first half, a 31-7 third quarter sealed the game shut Feb. 8.
Ethan Votraw and Kyle LaPoint each scored 21 points to lead the Hornets, while Justin Curtis scored 15 points, and the duo of Jordan Knight and Rob Fout scored seven points.
Forrest Morgan scored 11 points for the Red Storm, while CJ Stewart scored 10 points.
Moriah 57, NAC 38
The Vikings outscored the Bobcats 18-4 in the opening quarter on their way to a win Feb. 8.
Colby Sayah and Jesse Smith each scored 12 points to pace the Bobcats, while Craig Gardner scored six points and Cameron Garrand scored four points.
NCCS 66, Saranac 44
The Cougars used a 31-17 first half to get the victory Feb. 8.
Jamie Davison scored 24 points to pace the Cougars, while Steven Carder scored 18 points, Robbie Armstrong scored 11 points, Tom Bedard scored seven points and Logan Miller scored six points.
Dylan Everleth scored 15 points for the Chiefs.
PHS 49, Saranac 38
The Hornets outscored the Chiefs 28-14 in the middle two quarters to earn a win Feb. 10.
Justin Curtis paced the Hornets with 14 points, while Kyle LaPoint and Jordan Knight scored eight points and Tre Bucci scored seven points.
Dylan Everleth scored 12 points for the Chiefs.
Chazy 45, ELCS 35
The Eagles used a 14-3 third quarter to get past the Lions Feb. 10.
Kaleb Snide led the Eagles with 15 points, while Brandon Laurin scored 13 points, Ricky Osier scored 11 points and Nathan Reynolds scored six points.
Zach Peltier scored 10 points for the Lions, while Charlie Huttig scored nine points.
Ti 75, NAC 44
The Sentinels used a 25-6 opening quarter to beat the Bobcats Feb. 10.
Zach Clar scored 16 points to lead the Bobcats, while Craig Gardner had eight points.
NCCS 61, Peru 41
The Cougars used a 23-7 opening quarter to beat the Indians Feb. 10.
Steven Carder scored 20 points to lead the Cougars, while Jamie Davison scored 16 points, Logan Miller scored 10 points and Tom Bedard scored eight points.
Joe Mazzella scored 15 points for the Indians, while Mike Holdridge scored eight.
Beekmantown 72, Saranac Lake 54
The Ryan brothers scored 40 combined points for the Eagles in beating the Red Storm Feb. 10.
Tom Ryan scored 21 points, while Keegan Ryan added 19 points, along with 13 points from Devon Anderson.
CJ Stewart and Forrest Morgan each scored 11 points in the loss for the Red Storm.
Moriah 67, Seton 50
Carson Hynes scored 20 points for the Knights, but it was not enough as the Vikings scored a win Feb. 10.
Eddie Larow scored 10 points and Adam Tedford scored eight points.
Saranac 78, Ti 72, OT
The Chiefs rallied after the Sentinels outscored them 31-18 in the third quarter, tying the game with an 18-12 fourth quarter and taking the lead with a 10-4 overtime Feb. 11.
Ryan St. Clair led the Chiefs with 17 points, while Dylan Gallagher and Jeremy Bullis scored 16 points each.