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February 24, 2014

Chateaugay wins with Beane's hot hand

MALONE — Adam Beane tossed in a season-high 31 points Saturday to lead Chateaugay to a 62-46 victory over St. John Bosco in Franklin CYO Basketball League play.

The victory enabled Chateaugay (7-4) to pull to within one game of idle North Star (8-3) in the battle for second place while remaining a half game in front of Bangor (7-5).

Zack Cook chipped in with 12 points and eight rebounds while Mike Campbell contributed 10 points to the Chateaugay cause. Jason Lord added five with Doug and Seth LaBombard netting two apiece.

John Armstrong led St. John Bosco again with 28 points 18 rebounds, followed by Austin Gonyea with eight points, Mike Larocque and Mike Duschaine with four apiece and Anderson Beaman with two.

Ogdensburg 77, Langdon 41

The league-leading Boys and Girls Club shot out to a 21-8 lead after one quarter and a 44-18 advantage at the break.

Ryan Petell had a great scoring line, with 18 points, 10 rebounds, and five blocked shots. Jordan Miller followed with 17, while Dillon “Rudy” Binion had 12 points and 15 assists. Tony Butterfield also hit double figures with 10.

Langdon was led by Abe Gravel with 11, followed by Justin Cartier with 10 and Jon Brown with nine. Cody Charland collected 10 rebounds.

Bangor 71, Maranatha 62

The winners were led by Johal with a double-double — 26 points and 14 rebounds — followed by Branden Wood with 16 points and Dylan Skelton with 12. Other scoring for Bangor were Brandon Marshall with 10, Ted Childs with four, and Matt Gadway with three.

Matt Fish paced Maranatha with 19 points, Brian Cramer with a double-double 14 points and 13 rebounds. Ben Haug with 12 points, and Ryan Dibble with 10.

In splinter action, Bangor edged Maranatha 34-33 in overtime. Tied at 31, Camden Spicer scored a basket which put Maranatha up by two, only to be answered by a three-point basket from Maranatha’s Brenden Marshall which proved to be the winning bucket. Dylan Skelton led the winners with 16 points, followed by Marshall with 12 points and eight rebounds. Marcus Manning, Anthony Lamica, and Tyler Charrette each scored two for the winners also. Maranatha was led by Brian Cramer with a double double 15 points and 13 rebounds, followed by Ryan Hooper with eight points and 13 rebounds. Camden Spicer also added six, while Ryan Dibble and Zack Bobbie each scored a pair.

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