Jesse Shaughnessy led Schroon lake to an 89-42 win against Wells in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 3. He had 31 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists.
Crown Point 38, Chazy 34
Crown Point raced to a big lead and held on to down Chazy, 38-34, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Feb. 3.
The Panthers built a 15-4 lead in the first period and held a 24-5 advantage at the intermission before Chazy rallied.
Marissa Titus scored 18 points to key the Crown Point attack. Alexis Holman and Julianne Glebus each had eight points for the winners.
Schroon 42, Wells 35
Schroon Lake pulled away in the final quarter to beat Wells, 42-35, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Feb. 3.
Kate Rose scored 20 points for the Wildcats, who closed the game with a 14-7 run to win.
Lindsay Reynolds scored 10 points for the ‘Cats.
Schroon 89, Wells 42
Schroon Lake ripped Wells, 89-42, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 3.
The win lifted the Wildcats to 11-0 in the league play and 12-1 on the season.
Jesse Shaughnessy paced the winners with 31 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists.
Ian Williams added 23 points and Uriah Harvey 11 for the winners.
Crown Point 64, Chazy 53
Crown Point led all the way as it downed Chazy, 64-53, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 3.
The Panthers grabbed a 21-14 lead and never looked back.
Jake Courcy scored 26 points to lead the locals.
Nate Tabor added 16 points for the Panthers.
Beekmantown 74, Moriah 56
Beekmantown defeated Moriah, 74-56, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Feb. 3.
Moriah led 20-15 before the Eagles closed the first half with a 24-9 run to take command.
Landon Cross scored 18 points to pace Moriah. Jessup Calkins added 12 points for the Vikings.
Plattsburgh 69, Ticonderoga 33
Plattsburgh downed Ticonderoga, 69-33, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Feb. 3.
Ti trailed 14-13 after one period, but Plattsburgh went on an 18-6 spurt to take control. The Sentinels then struggled to scored in the second half as they tried to come back.
Michael Graney and Nate Lenhart each scored eight points for Ticonderoga.
Ti fourth at sectionals
Ticonderoga claimed fourth place at the Section VII girls bowling championship Feb. 4.
The Sentinels scored 4,483. Beekmantown won with 5,514.
Jordan McKee paced the Sentinels. She had 606 and 589 series along with 223 and 243 games.
Ticonderoga A took seventh place and Ticonderoga B 14th place in the boys championship.
Ticonderoga A had 5,025 and Ticonderoga B 3,263. Beekmantown A won with 6,411.
John Crossman had 216 game and 603 series for Ticonderoga A. James Gijanto recorded a 222 game and Cole Frasier a 2-4 for the locals.