Press-Republican

February 6, 2013

NCCS stuns B'town in girls' hoops


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CHAMPLAIN — Northeastern Clinton managed to slow down the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference’s leading scorer, Shannon Ryan, and that helped the Cougars upset Beekmantown.

Northeastern Clinton led by two at the half and pulled away in the third quarter for a 55-40 girls’ basketball win Tuesday.



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“My assistant coaches did a good job preparing the team defensively,” Northeastern Clinton coach Frank Dumas said. “We pretty much kept two people on (Ryan). (Allie) Cartier and (Taylor) Rabideau double-teamed her all night, and they did a wonderful job.”

Ryan, who averages 24.3 points per game, scored 12 Tuesday.

Jordan Dominic put up a game-high 18 points, including four triples, for the Cougars, and Skyler Hebert scored 15. Molly Roush added eight points.

Northeastern Clinton (7-8, 6-7) led by 10 at one point in the first half, but by halftime it was 26-24.

“The third quarter, we outscored them18-6, and that pretty much decided the game,” Dumas said. “That’s a big win for our program, because it’s been a little bit of a long season. But the girls haven’t given up.”

Grace Kelly scored a team-high 14 points, including nine from the foul line, for Beekmantown (13-3, 12-2).

“Kelly had a nice game. She pretty much runs the show for them,” Dumas said. “We put Molly Roush on Kelly, and she did a nice job on her.”

Northeastern Clinton 55, Beekmantown 40

Beekmantown (40)

Barrett 0-0-0, McKinnley 0-1-1, LaFountain 2-0-4, Wilson 2-1-5, Guynup 0-2-2, Waite 0-0-0, Ryan 6-0-12, Kelly 2-9-14, Barcomb 1-0-2. Totals: 13-13-40.

Northeastern Clinton (55)

Roush 4-0-8, Menard 0-0-0, Hebert 7-0-15, Rabideau 3-0-6, Arless 0-0-0, Babbie 0-0-0, Dominic 7-0-18, Cartier 2-0-4, Miller 2-0-4, Paola 0-0-0, Sample 0-0-0.Totals: 25-0-55.

Beekmantown 7 17 6 10 — 40

NCCS 17 9 18 11 — 55

3-point goals: Beekmantown (1), Kelly. Northeastern Clinton (5), Dominic 4, Hebert.

JV: Northeastern Clinton won.

Mod: Northeastern Clinton won.

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Ticonderoga 34, Seton Catholic 32

PLATTSBURGH — In a back-and-forth game, the second quarter proved to be the Knights downfall as the Sentinels captured the victory.

Ticonderoga outscored Seton Catholic, 10-2, in the second. The Knights held a 30-24 advantage in the rest of the quarters.

Kylie Austin scored 12 points, while Andrea Rich tallied 11 to lead the way for the Sentinels. Meg Campney finished with nine points.

Paige Spittler paced Seton Catholic with nine points. Hailey Moore added eight.

Ticonderoga 34, Seton Catholic 32

Ticonderoga (34)

Purkey 1-0-2, Moore 0-0-0, Hamel 0-0-0, Jebb 0-0-0, Rich 4-2-11, Austin 6-0-12, Kelly 0-0-0, Mars 0-0-0, Campney 3-3-9. Totals: 14-5-34.

Seton Catholic (32)

Murnane 0-0-0, Spittler 3-0-9, Clark 0-0-0, Ryan 2-3-7, Chapman 0-0-0, Nachbauer 0-0-0, Egan 1-0-2, Bashaw 2-2-6, Durgan 0-0-0, Moore 3-2-8. Totals: 11-7-32.

Ticonderoga 9 10 8 7 — 34

Seton Catholic 11 2 9 10 — 32

3-point goals: Ticonderoga (1) Rich. Seton Catholic (3) Spittler 3.

Mod: Seton Catholic won.

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Plattsburgh High 45, Peru 28

PLATTSBURGH — After a low-scoring first-half, the Hornets went on a 34-20 run in the final 16 minutes of play to solidify the victory.

“We were finally able to settle down, and Olivia Carlsson and Kianna Dragoon hit some key shots in the third quarter,” Plattsburgh High coach Joe Staves said. “That opened things up for us. Peru was cold from the field. Emily Major got into some foul trouble, which allowed us to rebound better in the second half.”

Marle Curle had 20 points to go along with 16 rebounds, earning double-double status. Meghan

Mazzella and Brianna Hackett each scored eight points for the Indians.

Plattsburgh High 45, Peru 28

Peru (28)

Ma. Mazzella 0-1-1, Hackett 3-1-8, Me. Mazzella 3-2-8, Flynn 0-0-0, Major 2-3-7, Wright 0-0-0, Spear 0-0-0, Martin 2-0-4, Remillard 0-0-0, Neenan 0-0-0. Totals: 10-7-28.

Plattsburgh High (45)

Carper 1-0-3, Dragoon 2-0-4, Carlsson 4-0-10, Cantwell 0-0-0, Bedard 0-0-0, Duquette 0-0-0, Keyser 0-2-2, Curle 7-3-20, LaBarge 1-0-2, Marlow 2-0-4, Miller 0-0-0. Totals: 17-5-45.

Peru 2 6 11 9 — 28

Plattsburgh 4 7 19 15 — 45

3-point goals: Peru (1): Hackett. Plattsburgh High (6): Carper, Carlsson 2, Curle 3.

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Northern Adirondack 48, Moriah 34

ELLENBURG — Magan Magee scored 16 points to help the Bobcats beat the Vikings.

Northern Adirondack led 23-12 at the half. Taylor Durnin had 13 points, and Rachael Venne added 12.

Madison Stahl led the Vikings with eight points.

Northern Adirondack 48, Moriah 34

Moriah (34)

Wykes 3-0-6, Cross 0-0-0, Stahl 2-4-8, Slattery 0-0-0, C. Pelkey 0-2-2, L. Pelkey 1-1-3, Snyder 2-0-4, Sprague 5-1-11. Totals: 13-8-34.

Northern Adirondack (48)

Durnin 5-3-13, Warick 0-0-0, Venne 3-6-12, Magee 6-3-16, Scott 1-1-4, Lashway 0-1-1, Kerr 1-0-2, Brunell 0-0-0. Totals: 16-14-48.

Moriah 7 5 10 12 — 34

NAC 10 13 13 12 — 48

3-point goals: Northern Adirondack (2), Scott, Magee.

JV: Northern Adirondack won.

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AuSable Valley 64, Lake Placid 17

LAKE PLACID — Meghan Strong connected on five 3-pointers, good for 21 points, in the Patriots victory over the Blue Bombers.

“They shot well, and they’re quick off the ball,” Lake Placid coach Jeff Porter said. “(Coach) Roger Long has them playing well heading into sectionals. It was senior night, and it was emotional. The girls put it all on the court. They hit a number of 3-pointer, and it’s tough to defend them from the perimeter.”

Taylor Saltus added 14 points for AuSable Valley. Veronica Zayonc paced the Blue Bombers with six markers.

AuSable Valley 64, Lake Placid 17

AuSable Valley (64)

Strong 8-0-21, Knapp 1-0-2, Saltus 6-2-14, L. Snow 0-0-0, Taylor 3-1-8, Rondeau 3-0-6, S. Snow 2-0-5, Douglass 3-0-8. Totals: 26-3-64.

Lake Placid (17)

Matos 0-0-0, Jesmer 1-0-3, Santana 0-0-0, Potter 1-0-2, Taylor 1-2-4, Zayonc 3-0-6, Weaver 0-0-0, Megliore 1-0-2. Totals: 7-2-17.

AuSable Valley 19 16 17 11 — 64

Lake Placid 3 2 1 11 — 17

3-pointers: AuSable Valley (9): Strong 5, Taylor, S. Snow, Douglass. Lake Placid (1): Jesmer.

Mod: Northern Adirondack won.

NAC

Madrid-Waddington 45, Chateaugay 36

CHATEAUGAY — The Bulldogs were unable to register a single digit in the overtime session, falling to rival Madrid-Waddington 45-36.

“Our defense kept us in the game, but our shots just weren’t falling,” Chateaugay coach Joe McComb said. “We were able to rally from a 12-point deficit and never lost our composure against a really good team.”

Tess Knight had a game-high for the Yellow Jackets, scoring 17 points. Teammate Katie Marcellus added 11 markers.

Hannah Cook led the Bulldogs in scoring with 12 points, while Courtney Boyea added 10.

Madrid-Waddington 45,

Chateaugay 36

Madrid-Waddington (45)

Beldock 3-1-8, Knight 4-9-17, Parmeter 2-0-5, Marcellus 3-5-11, King 2-3-7, Pryce 0-0-0. Totals: 14-18-45.

Chateaugay (36)

A. Beach 1-0-2, H. Cook 5-1-12, Boyea 4-0-8, Fleury 3-0-6, Miller 0-0-0, Charland 1-0-2, Barnes 3-0-6. Totals: 17-1-36.

Madrid-Wadd. 10 12 6 8 9 — 45

Chateaugay 8 2 13 13 0 — 36

3-point goals: Madrid-Waddington (2): Beldock, Parmeter. Chateaugay (1): H. Cook.