Ticonderoga routed Northern Adirondack, 54-14, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 6.
The Sentinels streaked to a 9-0 lead and dashed NAC comeback hopes with 18-3 ad 17-4 spurts in the second half.
Samantha Diehl scored 15 points for the Sentinels.
Seton 26, Moriah 21
Seton Catholic edged Moriah, 26-21, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 6.
Moriah led with three minutes to play, but Seton's Sam Reno hit four clutch free throws in the closing seconds for the Seton win.
Sam Slattery scored six points for the Vikings.
Crown Point 28
Crown Point dropped a 33-28 decision to Willsboro in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 6.
Trailing at the half, Crown Point went on a 10-2 run to grab the lead entering the final quarter. Willsboro rallied, though, for the late win.
Jessica Potter scored 11 points for the Panthers.
Crown Point 28,
Crown Point edged Elizabethtown-Lewis, 28-25, in non-league girls basketball play Jan. 8.
Trailing 17-13 in the third period, Crown Point scored 15 straight points to grab a 28-17 lead. The Panthers then held on as ELCS scored the game's final eight points.
Marissa Titus scored 13 points and Lindsay Brace 10 for the winners.
Ticonderoga lost to Northeastern Clinton, 45-24, in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Coaches vs. Cancer girls basketball event Jan. 9.
NCCS jumped to a 14-2 lead and never looked back.
Jamie Patchett scored 14 points for Ti.
Saranac 58, Moriah 24
Moriah fell to Saranac, 58-24, in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Coaches vs. Cancer girls basketball event Jan. 9.
Saranac streaked to a 17-3 lead and was never threatened.
Lauren Pelkey and Sam Slattery each had six points for Moriah.