January 17, 2013

Ryan nets 36 as Eagles defeat Patriots



Westport 10 10 13 15 4 — 52

E’town-Lewis 17 12 11 8 10 — 58

3-point goals: Westport (3) A. Gay, Davis, Mero. E’town-Lewis (5) Huttig 2, Morris, White, Marvin.

JV: E’town-Lewis won,

Mod: E’town-Lewis won.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 51, Wells 46

LONG LAKE — The host Orange outscored the Indians, 21-12, in the fourth quarter to rally to the win.

“We were behind for most of the game,” said Indian Lake/Long Lake coach David Olbert. “We were able to take the lead two or three minutes into the fourth quarter and were able to hold on.

“We were able to make our foul shots. Colin Farrell hit five-of-six and Matt Moore hit his two from the line.”

Wells held a 19-14 lead at the half and took a 34-30 edge into the fourth quarter.

Farrell led Indian Lake/Long Lake with 15 points and eight rebounds. Henry Sandiford finished with 13 points, five assists and four steals. Moore chipped in with eight points and nine rebounds, while Curtis Seaman contributed seven points and seven boards.

Jake Earley was the leading scorer for Wells with 16 points. Caleb Hayes also hit in double figures with 13 points and Kenny Chicoski added eight.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 51, Wells 46

Wells (46)

Earley 8-0-16, Hayes 5-1-13, Michienzi 0-0-0, Elmendorf 0-0-0, Chicoski 3-1-8, Brenan 3-0-6, Weaver 0-3-3, Collado 0-0-0, Hoffman 0-0-0. Totals: 19-5-46.

Indian Lake/Long Lake (51)

Farrell 5-5-15, Sandiford 6-0-13, Seaman 3-0-7, Giessen 2-0-4, Hart 2-0-4, Moore 3-2-8. Totals: 21-7-51.

Wells 11 8 15 12 — 46

Ind. Lake/L. Lake 10 4 16 21 — 51

3-point goals: Wells (3): Hayes 2; Chicoski. Indian Lake/Long Lake (2): Sandiford; Seaman.

Mod: Indian Lake/Long Lake won.

Crown Point 52, Minerva/Newcomb 46

OLMSTEDVILLE — Gabe Macey broke loose for 20 points to lead the Panthers past the Mountaineers.

Ryan Worth added nine points for Crown Point, while Mike Gould contributed eight.

The Panthers held a 26-19 lead at the half, but Minerva/Newcomb tied the game at the end of tree at 33. Crown Point outscored the Mountaineers 19-13 in the fourth for the win.

Austin Williams also connected for 20 points for Minerva/Newcomb. Bryton Chikukwa chipped in with nine points, and Alex Ruzbacki, eight.

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