Chazy 43, ELCS 32
Trailing at halftime, the Eagles used a 29-16 second half to score a victory over the Lions Jan. 4.
Ricky Osier led the Eagles with 16 points in the game, while Brandon Laurin scored 15 points and Nathan Reynolds and Kaleb Snide each scored five points.
Charlie Huttig led the Lions with 11 points, Zack Pelletier added 10 points and Hunter Mowery scored seven points.
Saranac Lake 47
The Red Storm jumped out to an early 12-point lead, but were unable to hold off the Eagles Jan. 5.
Beekmantown outscored Saranac Lake 20-10 in the second period and 30-17 in the second half to earn the win.
Keegan Ryan led all scorers with 23 points in the game, while brother Tom Ryan added 20 points.
Forest Morgan paced the Red Storm offense with 13 points, while CJ Stewart added 12 points and Austin McDonough added nine points.
NCCS 49, Peru 45
The Cougars jumped out to an early lead an then held on as the Indians put together a 23-11 fourth quarter run Jan. 5. The Cougars were paced by center Steven Carder, who scored 22 points. Logan Miller and Richie Collins each scored 10 points in the game, while Jamie Davision added seven.
Will Flynn led the Indians with 16 points, with Kyle Carter added eight points and Joe Mazzella added six points.
Moriah 66, Seton 39
Moriah beat Seton Catholic, 66-39, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 5.
Landon Cross scored nine points to lead a balanced Viking attack. Every Moriah player scored in the contest.
The Vikings raced to a 15-7 lead and held a 34-15 edge at the half.
Carson Hynes scored 13 points for the Knights to go with 13 rebounds.
Ti 64, NAC 42
Ticonderoga toppled Northern Adirondack, 64-42, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 5.
Ti led from the start and was never threatened.
Nate Lenhart and Jesse LaRose led the Sentinels with 13 points each. Nick mars added 10 for the winners.
Colby Sayah scored 14 points for the Bobcats, with Tyler Smith scoring 11 points and Craig Gardner and Cameron Garrand added five points each.
PHS 64, Saranac 36
The Hornets led throughout the game in scoring a victory over the Chiefs Jan. 5.
Kyle LaPoint scored 25 points to lead all scorers, with 15 points coming from beyond the three point line. jordan Knight scored 12 points, while Seth Fout added eight points.
Dylan Everleth scored 10 points for the Chiefs.
AVCS 51, Peru 39
The Patriots used a 16-7 opening quarter in a relatively even game to provide the difference they needed against the Indians Jan. 7.
Brody Douglass led the Patriots with 24 points in the win, while Jordan Coolidge scored 16 points and Nick Rhino scored five points.
Kyle Carter scored 11 points for the Indians, with Joe Mazella scoring seven points.
Beekmatown 72, NAC 47
The Eagles jumped out to a 26-7 lead after one quarter in cruising to a victory over the Bobcats Jan. 7.
Keegan Ryan led all scorers with 27 points in the game for the Eagles, while Mitchell Danussi added 15 points, Zack Towle scored 12 points and Ben Smith scored five points.
For the Bobcats, Cameron Garrand netted 11 points, while Colby Sayah scored nine points with Zach Clar scoring seven.
Saranac 67, Moriah 60, OT
Dylan Everleth had a huge game to lead Saranac past Moriah, 67-60, in overtime in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 8.
Everleth scored 39 point, including eight in overtime, for the Chiefs. Jake Liberty and Dillan Gallagher each scored eight points in the win.
Moriah held a one point lead with 10 seconds to play in regulation when Everleth was fouled. He made the first free throw to knot the game and the second for the apparent win, but it was waved off because of a lane violation.
Moriah got a big game from Nick Gilbo, who scored 27 points. Isaac Aponte added 15 points for the Vikings.
NCCS 62, Ti 49
Ticonderoga fell to Northeastern Clinton, 62-49, in overtime in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 8.
The Sentinels got off to a good start, leading most of the first period, before NCCS took control. A 12-4 run to close the first half but the Cougars on top, 33-21.
Steven Carder had 23 points and 17 rebounds for NCCS. Jamie Davison added 14 points, Tom Bedard added 10 points and Logan Miller scored nine points.
Ticonderoga got 13 points from Tanner Purkey.
Saranac Lake 55, Seton 38
The Red Storm fell behind early, but then used a 28-15 second half to earn the victory against the Knights Jan. 8.
C.J. Stewart led the Red Storm with 12 points in the game, while Forest Morgan and Zach Buckley scored nine points each, Rob Bayruns and Benioko Harris each scored seven points and Ben Monty scored six points.
Carson Hynes led all scorers with 20 points for the Knights.
Massena 61, Peru 42
The Indians could not rebound from a 23-5 second quarter run in falling to Massena Jan. 8.
Mike Holdridge led the Indians with 13 points in the game, while Kyle Carter scored nine points.
PHS 48, Willsboro 29
The Hornets jumped ahead of the Warriors and pushed out the lead with a 22-7 fourth quarter to earn the win Jan. 8.
Justin Curtis scored 15 points in the victory, with Andrew Favro adding eight points.
Clay Sherman scored eight points for the Warriors, while Alex Hamel and Clayton Cross each scored four points.