Zac Noka-Bailey scored 23 points against Lake Placid.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 43, Lake Placid 15
The Lady Lions pounced on the Blue Bombers early, holding a 26-4 lead heading into halftime en route to their third win of the season. Jasmin Barnes continued her hot play early in the season, connecting on a pair of three pointers and scoring 20 to lead all scorers, bringing her average up to 19.0 per game.
Lions’ leading scorer Lily Whalen (21.7) had 9 points which included a pair of hits from long distance, while Emma Disogra added 8, Savanah Graves 5 and Angel Barnes 1.
Seton Catholic 53, Westport 32
The Lady Eagles were unable to overcome an 18-3 run by Seton Catholic in the second quarter, leveling their season record at 2-2. Brendee Russell paced Westport with 12 points (17.3 ppg), while Danielle Schwoebel scored 8, Hannah Schwoebel 4, Felicia Kurth 4, Sydney Mitchell 2 and Emily Rascoe 2.
Ticonderoga 51, Willsboro 18
The Lady Warriors held tight with Class C’s Ticonderoga for the first eight minutes, but were outscored 42-10 in the final three quarters in dropping their fourth game of the season. Taylor Bigelow and Rachael Burt each scored six points for the Warriors, while Andrea O’Hara and Payton Gough scored three each.
Keene 40, Johnsburg 34
The Beavers outscored Johnsburg 24-11 over the middle 16 minutes of the game en route to their fourth win of the season, keeping their Division III record unblemished at 3-0. Colton Venner paced the Beavers with 13 points (16.0 ppg), while Brandon Dumas scored 12, Gabe Warner 10, Austin Brown 3 and Jesse Summo 2.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 52, Lake Placid 35
The Lions finished the game with a 21-12 fourth quarter to down Lake Placid for their first win of the season. Zac Noka-Bailey paced the squad with 23 points (15.5 ppg) with Cortland White adding 10, Jutsin LaPier 9, Austin Morris 4, Connor Marvin 3, RJ Plante 2 and Hugh Harwood 1.
Peru 56, AuSable Valley 51
The Patriots were unable to hold a 17-9 first quarter lead in dropping their Division I opener to Peru. Shane Douglas paced the Patriots with 22 points (17.0 ppg) with John Goodnough adding 12, Kobe Parrow 5, Zach Cosgrove 4, Nick McDonald 4, Austin Facteau 2 and Sultan Sikandar 2.
Plattsburgh High 111, AuSable Valley 59
Justin Cook and Gavin Friedrich were winners in the pool for the Patriots against PHS, as Cook swam the 200 free in a time of 2:29.82 and Friedrich captured the 500 free with a time of 5:56.08. Friedrich also finished second in the 200 medley. Dylan Sheffer (500 free) and Mark Whitney (100 back) earned second place finishes, while third place finishers included Thorne Bola (200 free), Dillon Drollett (100 fly) and Whitney (100 free).
Northern Adirondack 65, AuSable Valley 15
After Dylan Baker (2-0, 1 pin) gave the Patriots a 15-12 lead after scoring a 7-1 decision victory at 120 lbs., the Patriots were unable to score another point in falling to Northern Adirondack. The competition started with Kenny Rivers (2-0, 2 pins) earning a pin 27 seconds into his match, while Taylor Blaise (1-1) earned a forfeit victory for the Patriots.