Elaina Smith of Keene pulls up for a jumper against Johnsburg
Keene 74, Johnsburg 29
The Lady Beavers jumped out to an 18-0 lead in the first quarter, finishing the stanza with a 29-8 edge on their way to the easy victory to up their record to 3-0 on the season. Taylor Geiger (15.3 ppg) paced the Keene offense with 17 points, with Naomi Peduzzi (18.3) adding 16, Hanna Whitney (21.7) scoring 15, Tucker Geiger (17.3) 12, Elaina Smith 8, Brianna Joanette 2, Amanda Bruha 2 and Madison Gifford 2.
Willsboro 43, Elizabethtown-Lewis 37
Trailing 21-16 at halftime, the Warriors used an 11-6 third quarter to even the game after three and a 16-10 fourth to level their record at 3-3 on the season (2-2 NBL Div. II) against the Lions. Keenen Hampton (11.6 ppg) led the Warriors with 17 points on the night, with Seth Swires adding 10, Nick Arnold 8, Zach Pierson 6 and Lucas Cross 2.
For the Lions (1-5, 1-3), Zac Noka-Bailey (13.7) matched Hampton with 17 points, while Cortland White scored 9, Austin Morris 5, Justin LaPier 2, Hugh Harwood 2 and RJ Plante 2.
AuSable Valley 9, Ticonderoga 1
Mike McDonald rolled a high game of 216 en route to a 623 series to help the Patriots defeat Ticonderoga. Tyler Atkins (205 game) and Ben Coolidge (214 game) each rolled a 602 series, while Josh Taylor rolled a 224-573, Noah Martineau 197-569, Jimmy Provost 203-546, Roger Preston 191-514, Brandan Ano 202-554 and Charlie Lacy added a 209 high game.
Peru 10, Willsboro 0
The Warriors were swept by the Peru Indians in CVAC bowling competition.
Ticonderoga 4, AuSable Valley 0
Jocelyn Perky rolled a 121 high game as part of a 311 series as the Patriots were defeated by Ticonderoga.
Peru 4, Willsboro 0
Gabi Yeager rolled a 201 high game as part of a 502 series, while Lily Kelly added a 157 high game and 407 series for the Lady Warriors.