Schroon Lake pulled away late to beat Chazy, 55-43, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Feb. 7.
Leading by five points late in the game, the Wildcats closed with a 21-14 run to secure the victory.
Anthony Vanderwalker scored 15 points, Jesse Shaughnessy 13 and Ian Williams 11 paced Schroon.
Chazy got 13 points from John Tregan.
NCCS 76, Moriah 51
Northeastern Clinton topped Moriah, 76-51, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 7.
NCCS led from the start and led, 43-26, at the half.
Steven Carder had 18 points for lead the Cougars. Logan Miller added 16 points, Ron Armstrong 12, Tom Bedard 11 and Jamie Davison 10 for the winners.
Moriah got 18 points from Nick Gilbo and 17 from Isaac Aponte.
Moriah 57, NAC 38
Moriah rolled past Northern Adirondack, 57-38, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 8.
The Vikings streaked to an 18-4 lead and never looked back.
Landon Cross scored 15 points to pace the winners. Tim Breeyear added 14 points and Nick Gilbo 10 for Moriah.
NACgot 12 points apiece from Colby Sayah and Jesse Smith.
Schroon 43, Willsboro 42
Schroon Lake edged Willsboro, 43-42, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Feb. 9.
The teams traded leads much of the game, but Schroon's 17-12 run to close the game proved to be the difference.
Anthony Vanderwalker scored 14 points and Ian Williams 10 for the 'Cats.
Willsboro got 14 points from Alex Hamel. Clay Sherman and Brandon Bertrand each had 12 for the Warriors.
Crown Point 46
Johnsburg edged Crown Point, 52-46, to remain undefeated in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Feb. 10.
Johnsburg, the Division III leader, held an advantage the entire game. Crown Point made it interesting with a19-11 run to close the contest.
Ben Richards had 15 points and 12 rebounds for Johnsburg. Taylor Ordway had 12 points and Kevin Conner 10 for the winners.
Mike Gould had 14 points and Nathan Tabor 13 for Crown Point.
Ticonderoga 75, NAC 32
Ticonderoga romped past Northern Adirondack, 75-32, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 10.
The Sentinels raced to a 25-6 lead and held a 35-9 advantage at the intermission.
Ryan Wendell scored 16 points to pace Ti. Nate Lenhart and Nick Mars had 12 points apiece, while Tanner Purkey and Doug Wilson each had 10 for the winners.
Zach Clar had 16 points for NAC.
Moriah 67, Seton 50
Moriah topped Seton Catholic, 67-50, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 10.
The Vikings jumped to a 26-8 lead and coasted to the win.
Landon Cross had 19 points and Nick Gilbo 17 to lead Moriah. Zack DeSimone added 10 points for the Vikings.
Seton got 20 points and 21 rebounds from Carson Hynes.
Indian/Long Lake 36
Schroon Lake rolled past Indian/Long Lake, 76-36, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Feb. 11.
The Wildcats raced to a 23-6 lead and coasted to the win. Anthony Vanderwalker had 14 points, Ian Williams 13 and Lance Paradis 10 for Schroon.
Hank Evatt had 15 points for Indian/Long Lake.
Crown Point 69, Wells 35
Crown Point used a smothering defense to beat Wells, 69-35, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Feb. 11.
The Panthers pressed, forcing Wells turnovers that led to easy baskets.
Mike Gould had 24 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Panthers. Mark St. Pierre and Nathan Tabor each had 12 points for the winners.
Saranac edged Ticonderoga, 78-72, in overtime in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 11.
Trailing 32-15 at ye half, Ti exploded with a 31-18 run to start the second half. Saranac then rallied in the final quarter to take a lead.
Ti's Nate Lenhart came up big with a three-point hoop with 30 seconds remaining to knot the contest and force overtime. In the OT Saranac pulled ahead for the win.
Lenhart scored 19 points to pace the Sentinels. Nick Mars had 15 points, Matt Nolan 10 and Tanner Purkey 10 for Ti.
Ryan St. Clair paced Saranac with 17 points. Dylan Gallagher and Jeremy Bullis each had 16 for the Chiefs.