Moriah’s Rachel Demarais fired a 134 game and 343 series as the Vikings fell to Willsboro in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Jan. 3.
Schroon Lake took command of the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference Northern Division race with a 57-52 boys basketball win against Elizabethtown-Lewis Jan. 3.
The two teams entered the contest undefeated in league play.
Jesse Shaughnessy and Ian Williams each scored 18 points to pace Schroon, which closed the first half with a 17-9 run that proved to the difference in the game.
Uriah Harvey added nine points for the Wildcats.
Hunter Mowery led all scorers with 22 points for ELCS.
Ticonderoga 42, Saranac Lake 22
Ticonderoga raced to a big lead lead and beat Saranac Lake, 42-22, in Champlain Valley
Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 3.
The Sentinels started the game with an 18-1 spurt that secured the win.
Nate Lenhart scored 19 points for the winners, including 11 in the opening run.
Riley Chapman grabbed 14 rebounds for the Sentinels.
Ricky Schmidt led Saranac Lake with seven points.
NCCS 59, Moriah 38
Moriah lost to Northeastern Clinton, 59-38, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 3.
NCCS closed the first half with a 21-11 run to take command of the contest.
Mike Manor led the Cougars with 18 points.
Derek Brassard topped Moriah with eight points. Tim Breeyear had seven points and seven rebounds for the Vikings.
Ticonderoga defeated AuSable Valley in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Jan. 3.
The Sentinels won the boys match, 6-4.
James Gijanto rolled a 243 game and 551 series for Ti. John Crossman added a 209 game and Konner Bruce a 549 triple for the Sentinels.
Ticonderoga won the girls match, 4-0.
Jordan McKee fired a 199 game and 527 series for the locals. Cheyanne Tuthill added a 184 game and Jeannette Coon a 469 series for the Sentinels.
Moriah lost to Willsboro in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Jan. 3.
The Warriors claimed the boys match, 8-2.
Dillon Adkins led the Vikings with a 154 game and 410 triple.
Willsboro took the girls match, 4-0.
Rachel Demarais led Moriah with a 343 series.