Saranac 54, Peru 41
The Lady Chiefs outscored the Lady Indians 32-18 in the second half in scoring a CVACDivision I victory Feb. 7.
Megan Bowman paced the Chiefs offense with 16 points, while Stephanie Linder added 15 points and 16 rebounds and Katelyn Gates added 10 points and 12 rebounds.
Emily Decker scored 15 points for the Indians, while Katie Bruno and Emily Major scored six points, Kelly Kezar and Stephanie Demarais scored five points, and Mary Mazzella scored four points.
PHS 56, Beekmantown 30
The Lady Hornets outscored the Lady Eagles in every quarter to earn a Feb. 7 win.
Marle Curle scored 17 points to lead the Hornets, while Emily Manchester scored 15 points, Olivia Carlsson scored eight points, Brin Keyser scored six points, and Justine Rotz and Kianna Dragoon scored four points.
Shannon Ryan scored 13 points for the Eagles, while Nicole Shepler scored eight points, Emily Anderson scored four points, grace Kelly and Rylei Porter scored two points and Alissa Momot scored one point.
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 scored four points, Tiffany Provost scored three points and the duo of Anna Bentley and Katelyn King scored two points each.
Saranac 54, NCCS51
The Lady Chiefs scored a key Class B victory over the Lady Cougars Feb. 9.
Stephanie Linder scored 17 points to pace the Chiefs,while Megan Bowman added 14 points, Katelyn Gates scored eight points, Alisha Ducatte scored seven points and Becka Horton scored five points.
Katrina Garrand scored 20 points for the Cougars, Chelsey Brooks added 18 points, Cari Dominic scored 10 points and Kayla Dragoon scored three points.
Peru 67, Beekmantown 19
The Lady Indians used an 18-8 opening quarter to beat the Lady Eagles Feb. 9.
Emily Decker scored 18 points for the Indians, while Kelly Kezar scored eight points.
Grace Kelly scored nine points for the Eagles, while Shannon Ryan scored four points.
Moriah 58, NAC 11
The Lady Vikings used a 16-3 opening quarter to beat the Lady Bobcats Feb. 9.
Jillian Scott scored six points for the Bobcats, while Tiffany Provost scored three points and Tylar Lafountain scored two 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, Beekmantown 44
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.
Saranac 45, PHS 39
The Lady Chiefs outscored the Lady Hornets 24-13 in the second half in earning the win Feb 11.
Katelyn Gates led the way offensively for he Chiefs with 11 points, while Stephanie Linder and Megan Bowman scored 10 points, Alisha Ducatte scored seven points Becka Horton scored five points.
Emily Manchester led the Hornets with 17 points, while Charisse Abellard scored 10 points, Marle Curle scored six ponts and Olivia Carlsson scored four points.
Peru 47, NCCS 41
The Lady Indians outscored the Lady Cougars 17-5 in the opening quarter and held on fo a victory Feb. 10.
Mary Mazzella scored 15 points to pace the Indians, while Kelly Kezar scored 14 points and Emily Decker scored seven points.
Katrina Garrand scored 16 points for the Cougars, while Rachelle Barcomb scored 14 points and Cari Dominic scored five points.
Ticonderoga 53, NAC 24
The Lady Sentinels scored 29 points in the first half to beat the Lady Bobcats Feb.10.
Jillian Scott scored 14 points for the Bobcats, while Tiffany Provost and Heather Kingsolver scored three points each and the duo of Jesslin Golovach and Tylar Lafountain scored two points each.
Moriah 35, Seton 30, OT
The Lady Vikings scored all five points in the overtime frame to defeat the Lady Knights Feb. 10.
Stephanie Egan scored 10 points for the Knights, while Lyndale Nephew scored eight points, Megan Tedford scored seven points, Kate Schofield scored three points and Eva Zalis scored two points.