Brendee Russell of Westport scored 14 points against Ticonderoga.
AuSable Valley 75, Northern Adirondack 46
The Patriots outscored Northern Adirondack in each of the four quarters played to cruise to victory Jan. 9. Kobe Parrow paced the team with 20 points while Shane Douglas added 17, John Goodnough 16, Zach Cosgrove 14, Austin Facteau 4 and Sultan Sikandar 4.
Chazy 62, Willsboro 53
Chazy used a 22-9 push in the final eight minutes of play to defeat the Eagles Jan. 8. Nick Arnold led the Warriors with 25 points while Keenen Hampton scored 8, Nolan Murphy 7, Seth Swires 5, Zach Pierson 4, Lucas Cross 4 and Cole Pierce 3.
Westport 42, Elizabethtown-Lewis 31
The Eagles closed the first half with a 13-9 push and outscored the Lions 15-6 in the final eight minutes to score a win Jan. 8. Thomas Mero and Sam Napper each scored 10 points for the Eagles in the win, with John Doyle scoring 8, Ryan Davis 6, Anderson Gay 6 and RJ King 2.
Zac Noka-Bailey paced the Lions with 10 points while Cortland White scored 8, Hugh Harwood 6, Austin Morris 3, Justin LaPier 2 and Connor Marvin 2.
AuSable Valley 70, Beekmantown 62
The Patriots used a 23-12 second quarter to get enough of an advantage in beating Beekmantown Jan. 7. John Goodnough paced the Patriots with 17 points in the win, while Kobe Parrow scored 15, Shane Douglas 14, Zach Cosgrove 12, Austin Facteau 10, Sultan Sikandar 1 and Nick McDonald 1.
Schroon Lake 55, Keene 35
The Beavers were on the short end of the first round between the top two teams in the NBL Division III, as Schroon Lake outscored them 25-11 in the second half Jan. 7. Austin Brown led the Beavers with 18 points while Colton Venner scored 9, Gabe Warner 4 and Brandon Dumas 4.
Keene 61, Minerva/Newcomb 51
The Lady Beavers used a 19-11 second quarter to pull ahead of Minerva-Newcomb and score a victory Jan. 9. Taylor Geiger scored 17 points with Hanna Whitney adding 16, Naomi Peduzzi 15, Tucker Geiger 8 and Elaina Smith 5.
Moriah 55, Elizabethtown-Lewis 42
Moriah used a 21-16 third quarter to pull ahead of the Lady Lions, winning each of the four quarters to earn victory Jan. 9. Jasmin Barnes and Lily Whalen each scored 12 points for the Lions, while Angel Barnes scored 7, Emma Disogra 5, Savanah Graves 4 and Myra Adams 2.
Seton Catholic 73, Willsboro 29
Seton Catholic jumped out to a 23-5 lead after one quarter in scoring the win over the Lady Warriors Jan. 9. Andrea O’Hara and Payton Gough each scored 10 points for the Warriors, with Taylor Bigelow adding 4, Kathryn Belzile 2, Amanda Henrichs 2 and Trina Bigelow 1.
Westport 44, Ticonderoga 28
The Lady Eagles outscored Ticonderoga 17-7 in the final eight minutes of play to pull away for a victory Jan. 9. Brendee Russell paced the offense with 14 points in the game, while Hannah Schwoebel added 12, Ellie Schwoebel 10, Felicia Kurth 4, Sarah Looby 2 and Emily Rascoe 2.
Keene 63, Schroon Lake 32
The Lady Beavers jumped out to a 14-6 lead after one quarter of play and outscored Schroon Lake in all four to earn the win Jan. 8. Hanna Whitney and Elaina Smith each scored 12 points in the win while Tucker Geiger scored 10, Naomi Peduzzi 9, Taylor Geiger 8, Madison Gifford 8 and Amanda Bruha 2.
Beekmantown 70, AuSable Valley 65
Beekmantown used a 27-12 fourth quarter to erase a seven point deficit and defeat the Lady Patriots Jan. 8. Logan Snow led the Patriots with 24 points in the game while Meghan Strong added 15, Madison Rondeau 8, Sydney Snow 6, Madison McCabe 6, Taylor Saltus 4 and Bryce Douglas 2.
Willsboro 34, Chazy 31
The Lady Warriors used a 13-5 opening quarter and a 10-6 final eight minutes in beating Chazy Jan. 7. Andrea O’Hara returned to the Warriors lineup to score 16 points.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 66, Westport 44
The Lady Lions outscored the Lady Eagle 28-11 in the first half in earning the win Jan. 7. Jasmin Barnes led the Lions with 27 points, while Lily Whalen scored 19, Savanah Graves 11, Emma Disogra 6 and Myra Adams 3.
For the Eagles, Hannah and Ellie Schwoebel each scored 9 points, with Sarah Looby scoring 8, Megan Sudduth 7, Brendee Russell 5, Emily Rascoe 4, Sydney Mitchell 1 and Keregan Viens 1.
Peru 65, AuSable Valley 21
Keith Christensen (170) and Kenny Rivers (285) each scored pins over Peru wrestlers Jan. 7, while Ricky Nichols scored a 3-2 decision victory and Dylan Baker earned a forfeit win.
Plattsburgh High 111, AuSable Valley 56
Gavin Friedrich swam the 500 free in a time of 5:54.21 to score the lone win in the pool for the Patriots Jan. 7. Second place finishes went to Friedrich in the 50 free, Mark Whitney in the 100 backstroke, the 200 medley relay team (Whitney, Dillon Drolette, Friedrich and Tyler Champine) and the 200 free relay team (Justin Cook, Michael Bussier, Elijah Bushey and Dylan Sheffer). Sky Hanf (200 free), Whitney (200 medley), Payson Baer (100 fly), Champine (100 free), Ryan Agoney (500 free), Drollette (100 backstroke) and the 400 free relay team (Thorne Bola, Aaron O’Neill, Connor Croghan and Bushey) picked up third place finishes.
AuSable Valley 10, Saranac 0
Mike McDonald rolled a high game of 229 as part of a 626 series to help pace the Patriots past Saranac Jan. 8. Jimmy Provost added a 247 high game and 613 series, while Josh Taylor rolled 258-602, Roger Preston 216-591, Noah Martineau 190-539, Tyler Atkins 204-543 and Ryan Thomas 188-529.
Northeastern Clinton 6, Willsboro 0
Connor Sheehan bowled a high game of 140 as part of a 357 series against NCCS Jan. 8.
Saranac 4, AuSable Valley 0
Jocelyn Perkey rolled a 127 high game and 347 series for the Lady Patriots as they fell against Saranac Jan. 8. Brooke SanataMaria added a high game of 113 as part of a 307 series.
Northeastern Clinton 4, Willsboro 0
Gabi Yeager rolled a 183 high game as part of a 508 series against NCCS Jan. 8.