Press-Republican

December 22, 2012

Patriots hold on to beat Chiefs


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CLINTONVILLE — With three minutes left in the game Friday night, AuSable Valley led by just three over Saranac.

Then Logan Snow and Taylor Saltus stepped up for the Patriots to put the game away.



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The pair put AuSable Valley up, 40-33, and the Chiefs never recorvered from the deficit as the Patriots went on to win, 49-39, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference play.

Despite the 10-point difference, the game was close throughout. AuSable Valley coach Roger Long said scoring was back and forth.

“We came out on an 8-2 run to start the first quarter, but with five minutes left Saranc buckled down,” he said. “They outscored us, 3-1, in the last five minutes of the quarter. Both teams played great D.

“It was basically, they make a basket, we make a basket.”

At the end of the third quarter, AuSable led 33-27.

But the Chiefs kept it close, bringing the score to within three before Snow and Saltus salted it away.

Saltus led the Patriots with a game-high 15 points, Meghan Strong added 11 and Snow chipped in 10 points.

Sisters Kayla and Kristin Napper led the Chiefs with 11 and 10 points, respectively. Summer Gillespie followed with eight points.

“Saranac came out and played hard,” Long said. “It was a battle between both teams.”

AuSable Valley 49, Saranac 39

Saranac (39)

Trim 0-0-0, Ka. Napper 5-1-11, Kr. Napper 3-4-10, Gillespie 3-2-8, Newell 1-0-2, Bowman 3-0-6, Marnes 1-0-2, Favreau 0-0-0. Totals: 16-7-39.

AuSable Valley (49)

Strong 3-4-11, Knapp 1-0-3, Saltus 5-3-15, L. Snow 4-1-10, Taylor 2-0-4, Rondeau 1-0-3, S. Snow 0-3-3, Douglass 0-0-0. Totals: 16-11-49.

AuSable Valley 9 13 11 16 — 49

Saranac  5 11 11 12 — 39

3-point goals: AuSable (6) Saltus 2, L. Snow 1, Strong 1, Rondeau 1, Knapp 1.

JV: AuSable won.

Mod: Saranac won.

 

Beekmantown 52, Lake Placid 19

LAKE PLACID — Shannon Ryan scored 14 of her game-high 22 points in a 22-0 first-quarter run as the Eagles defeated the Blue Bombers.

Courtney Guynup added nine points for Beekmantown, while Grace Kelly chipped in with seven and Emily Anderson, six.

The Eagles held a commanding 47-14 lead after three quarters.

Chloe Uebrick was the leading scorer for Lake Placid with eight points.

Beekmantown 52, Lake Placid 19

Beekmantown (52)

Barrett 0-1-1, McKinnley 2-0-4, LaFountain, 1-0-2, Wilson 0-0-0, Guynup 3-2-9, Waite 0-0-0, Ryan, 9-4-22, Kelly 2-3-7, Desrocher 0-0-0, Barcomb 0-1-1, Downey 0-0-0, Anderson 3-0-6. Totals: 20-11-52.

Lake Placid (19)

Matos 0-1-1, Jesmer 0-0-0, Santana 1-0-2, Potter 1-2-4, Taylor 0-0-0, Brandes 0-0-0, Kaltenbach 1-0-2, Weaver 0-2-2. Meliore 0-0-0, Uebrick 4-0-8. Totals: 7-5-19.

Beekmantown 22 10 15 5 — 52

Lake Placid 0 7 7 5 — 19

3-point goals: Beekmantown (1) Guynup.

JV: Beekmantown won.

Mod: Beekmantown won.

 

Peru 48, Seton Catholic 22

PLATTSBURGH — Mary Mazzella scored 16 points and Meghan Mazzella added 14 to lead the Indians past the Knights.

Brianna Hackett and Emily Major chipped in with six points each for Peru, which outscored Seton Catholic in every quarter and held a 19-8 advantage at the half.

Kelli Ryan tallied eight points and Samantha Bashaw six for the Knights.

“Peru played with intensity,” said Seton Catholic coach Danielle Castine. “They played good defense and forced us into a lot of turnovers. We also didn’t shoot very well.

“Peru’s a good team.”

Peru 48, Seton Catholic 22

Peru (48)

Ma. Mazzella 6-2-16, Hackett 2-0-6, Me. Mazzella 5-2-14, Wright 0-0-0, Martin 2-0-4, Flynn 0-0-0, Spear 0-0-0, Major 3-0-6, Neenan 1-0-2, Wyand 0-0-0. Totals: 19-4-48.

Seton Catholic (22)

Murnane 0-0-0, Spittler 1-1-4, Clark 0-0-0, Ryan 2-4-8, Chapman 1-0-2, Egan 0-0-0, Nachbauer 0-0-0, Bashaw 2-2-6, Durgan 0-0-0, Moore 1-0-2. Totals: 7-7-22.

Peru 9 10 14 15 — 48

Seton Catholic 5 3 5 9 — 22

3-point goals: Peru (6) Ma. Mazzella 2; Hackett 2; Me. Mazzella 2. Seton Catholic (1) Spittler.

Mod: Seton Catholic won.