Indian Lake/Long Lake 51, Crown Point 44
LONG LAKE Panthers Amanda Wolfs outstanding night of 31 pts, 20 rebounds was spoiled by a loss Tuesday night Jan. 14. Logan Harrington also had 31 points for Crown Point.
The Panthers got outscored by 10 pts. in the first and third quarters which seemed to be the difference in a very close contest.
Shannon Farrell was the stand out for the Orange scoring 24 pts in the win over the Pathers.
Farell also had eight boards, 4 steals and 4 assists in the victory.
Jazmin Piraino and Victoria Moore both added 8 pts for the Orange.
Keene 61, Johnsburg 26
JOHNSBURG — Keene’s Hanna Whitney led all scores with 19 points Thursday night Jan 16 to help the Beavers get the win over Johnsburg.
Naomi Paduzzi had 16 points while Elaina Smith added 14.
Makayla Denno paced the Jaguars with 10 while Paige Guy added 8 points.
Minerva/Newcomb 51, Crown Point 19
OLMSTEDVILLE — Moutaineers Gabriell McNally led the way with 15 points, six rebounds in the win over Crown Point Thursday night Jan. 16.
The Mountaineers got off to a 13-2 first quarter start.
Makenzie Winslow had 12 points and five steals for the Mountainers while Astasia Myler had a nice game including 7 points, 8 rebounds and 5 steals.
The Panthers were led by Amanda Wold with 8 points, and Brittany Foote with 7.
Keene 61, Johnsburg 26
JOHNSBURG — Hanna Whitney led the Beavers with 19 points to help Keene continue the fast pace start, leading 27-3 after the first quarter.
Naomi Paduzzi had 16 points for Keene while ElainaSmith had 14.
Johnsburg was led by Makayla Denno with 10 points followed by Paige Guy with 8.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 47, Wells 8
WELLS — The Orange got off to a 24-6 halftime lead.
Leading the Orange in the win was Shannon Farrell with 12 points, Lily Dechene with 9 points while Jazmin Pairano and Ronya Hamden each helped with 8 a piece.
Wells was led by Kaeli Brenan with 5 points and Erika Foster with 6 rebounds, 3 steals.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 49, Crown Point 46
CROWN POINT — Henry Sandiford led the Orange with 23 points to help overcome a 13 point deficit at halftime Wednesday night Jan. 15.
Shane Shortt (pictured above) scored 10 and Curtis Seaman 12 to help get the orange to within six by the end of the third quarter.
Shortt sank two free throws to put the Orange ahead by three with two seconds left.
Joe Foote and Kolby Pertak had nine points while Jaice Spring let the Panthers with 18.
Schroon Lake 48, Johnsburg 32
NORTH CREEK — Tanner Stone had the hot hand for the Wildcats with 17 points in the win over Johnsburg Wednesday night.
Austin Washburn led Johnsburg with 11 points while Even Slater added eight.
Mark Cleveland hauled in 13 rebounds.