Ticonderoga beat Seton Catholic, 58-46, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 14.
The Sentinels broke open a close game with a 20-11 run to start the second half. Nate Lenhart led the charge, scoring 10 points. He finished with 15.
Jesse LaRose and Matt Nolan each added 10 points for the winners.
Seton Catholic got 15 points from Mark Ryan and 12 from Carson Hynes.
Crown Point 40
Johnsburg came from behind to beat Crown Point, 51-40, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Jan. 10.
Crown Point streaked to an 11-0 lead before Johnsburg righted its ship.
Taylor Ordway scored 20 points and Ben Richards 18 for the winners.
Jon Spaulding had eight points for Crown Point.
Saranac Lake 61,
Saranac Lake rallied to down Moriah, 61-58, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 13.
The Red Storm trailed by none points in the second half before coming back.
Ben Monty hit two free throws in the final seconds to ice the game. He finished with 10 points.
C.J. Stewart scored 17 points, Benioko Harris 13 and Zach Buckley 12 for the winners.
Moriah got 20 points from Nick Gilbo. Issac Aponte added 12 for the Vikings.
Schroon 51, ELCS 32
Schroon Lake downed Elizabethtown-Lewis, 51-32, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Jan.14.
Jess Shaughnessy scored 26 points for the Wildcats, who raced to an 11-3 lead and was never threatened.
Ian Williams added 11 points for the winners.
Hunter Mowery had 21 points for ELCS.
Crown Point 42
Westport edged Crown Point, 46-42, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Jan. 14.
The game was close all the way. The largest led for either team was Westport's final margin.
The Eagles won with a balanced attack. Liam Davis and Williams Adams each had 11 points while David Quagliettea had 10 for the winners.
Crown Point got 10 points from Dan Groshans.
AVCS 55, Moriah 41
AuSable Valley pulled away late to beat Moriah, 55-41, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 14.
Leading by four points in the final quarter, the Patriots closed the game with a 12-3 to secure the victory.
Brody Douglas scored 18 points and Jordan Coolridge 17 for the Pats.
Nick Gilbo scored 18 points for Moriah.