January 4, 2014

Eagles rally past Bulldogs in boys' hoops

CHATEAUGAY — Greg Manney scored 18 points, including a big 3-pointer in the fourth quarter, as Beekmantown rallied for a 49-44 victory over Chateaugay on Friday in nonleague boys’ basketball.

Alex Price added 10 points and Nick Danussi eight for Beekmantown.

Chateaugay held a 35-34 lead after three before the Eagles went on a 15-9 run in the fourth to rally for the win.

Seth Young tallied a team-high 12 points for the Bulldogs, while Noah Bowes added nine points and Dylan Lavoie, eight.

“Both teams played extremely hard (Friday),” Chateaugay coach Mike Martin said. “Greg Manney had a big fourth quarter for them — he hit a huge three with just under a minute to go to put them up three.

“Seth Young had a nice fourth quarter for us. Dylan Lavoie played very well on both ends of the court.”

Beekmantown 49, Chateaugay 44

Beekmantown (49)

Manney 5-5-18, Price 4-2-10, Remchuk 1-1-3, Kemp 0-0-0, Stevens 1-2-4, Pepper 1-1-3, Danussi 4-0-8, Provost 1-1-3, Pelkey 0-0-0. Totals: 17-12-49.

Chateaugay (44)

Bowes 1-6-9, Stalter 0-0-0, Young 5-1-12, Henderson 0-0-0, Lavoie 3-2-8, Ashline 2-0-5, Martin 2-2-6, Jones 0-0-0, Cowan 1-0-2, Green 1-0-2. Totals: 15-11-44.

Beekmantown 15 9 10 15 — 49

Chateaugay 15 12 8 9 — 44

3-point goals: Beekmantown (3) Manney 3. Chateaugay (3) Bowes, Young, Ashline.

JV: Chateaugay won.


Lake Placid 40, Indian Lake/Long Lake 38

LAKE PLACID — Chris Kordziel’s follow-up shot with seven seconds remaining helped the Blue Bombers break a 38-all tie.

“We played a solid first half, and we were getting the ball inside and using our size advantage to score,” Lake Placid coach Matthew Walentuk said. “Indian Lake/Long Lake battled back in the second half to set up a thrilling end to the game.

Scott Rossi did a great job inside scoring on put-backs and gathering 11 total rebounds. Tarik Cecunjanin had eight points, three assists and five rebounds. Alex Brandes and Andrew Meister did a great job defensively. Austin Pratt had six rebounds.”

Henry Sandiford paced the Orange with 20 points, including three 3-pointers. Sandiford scored 15 of his 20 points in the second half.

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