Schroon Lake overcame a horrid offensive night to win the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference Division I championship Feb. 11.
The Wildcats beat Elizabethtown-Lewis in a one-game playoff, 28-17, to advance to the MVAC playoffs.
Schroon didn't score in the first period and managed just six points in the entire first half. Luckily for the Wildcats, ELCS wasn't much better. The Lions held a 7-6 lead at the intermission.
Schroon Lake took the lead in the third quarter and secured the win with an 11-3 run to close the game.
Jocelyn Bowen and Rebecca Armstrong each had nine points for the winners.
Lily Whalen scored 11 points for ELCS.
Indian/Long Lake 41,
Crown Point 19
Indian/Long lake defeated Crown Point, 41-19, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Feb. 9.
Carli Reynolds scored 16 points for the Orange, who broke open a close game with a 17-3 run to open the second half. Murphy Farrell added 12 points.
Alexis Holman tallied 12 points for Crown Point.
Moriah 58, NAC 11
Moriah crushed Northern Adirondack, 58-11, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Feb. 9.
The Vikings led 16-3 after a quarter and 30-6 at the the intermission.
Hailey Chapuk scored nine points to lead a balanced Moriah attach. Every Viking scored.
Jillian Scott scored six points for NAC.
Lake Placid 45,
Ticonderoga fell to Lake Placid, 45-19, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Feb. 9.
The Bombers broke open a close game with a 22-2 run to start the second half.
Megan Riley scored 19 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to pace Placid. Catalina Daby added 10 points.
Kaylene Ross scored 10 points for Ticonderoga.
Moriah 35, Seton 30
Moriah edged Seton Catholic, 35-30, in overtime in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Feb. 11.
Hayley Waldron scored four points in the OT as Moriah posted the win. She finished with 10 points and 15 rebounds.
Moriah raced to a 10-0 lead in the game, but Seton rallied for a 17-16 halftime lead. The teams traded leads most of the second half.
Stephanie Egan had 10 points for Seton.
Ticonderoga 53, NAC 24
Ticonderoga routed Northern Adirondack, 53-24, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Feb. 11.
The Sentinels led 10-4 after one quarter and closed the first half with a 19-5 run to take control.
Jessica Blodgett scored 11 points and Andrea Rich 10 for the Sentinels.
Jillian Scott recorded 14 points for NAC.