February 7, 2013

Ryan's 31 helps Eagles over NCCS



Saranac’s Tanner Rascoe was the difference-maker, hitting five 3-pointers and totaling 20 points.

It was close until the fourth quarter, when the Chiefs started knocking down shots and going on a run. Rascoe’s shooting forced the Red Storm to switch to a zone defense and put him on the foul line to limit his scoring.

Saranac coach Brent Denis said Rascoe hasn’t always been a “shooter” for his team but was hot from the floor in this game.

John Maye, who had a strong all-around game, finished with a team-high 21 points.

Kevin Morgan scored a game-high 23 points to pace the Red Storm. Kellen Munn had a strong game for Saranac Lake, as he recorded 12 points and 12 rebounds and played tough defense. Teddy Yanchitis finished with 13 points.

Saranac 61, Saranac Lake 53

Saranac (61)

Medeiros 2-4-10, Rascoe 6-3-20, Conway 1-0-2, Maye 10-1-21, Keysor 0-0-0, Bullis 1-2-4, Daniels 2-0-4.Totals: 22-10-61.

Saranac Lake (53)

Roster 0-0-0, Bevilacqua 2-0-4, Beaudoin 0-0-0, Fischer 0-0-0, Morgan 10-2-23, Karp 0-0-0, Cowan 1-0-2, Monroe 0-0-0, Munn 5-0-11, Yanchitis 5-1-13, Stankus 0-0-0. Totals: 23-3-53.

Saranac 14 12 13 22 — 61

Saranac Lake 7 13 15 18 — 53

3 point goals: Saranac (7): Rascoe 5, Medeiros 2. Saranac Lake (2): Munn, Morgan.

JV: Saranac won.

Modified: Saranac Lake won.


Ticonderoga 75, Seton Catholic 66

TICONDEROGA — Ty Denno had his best basketball game of the season as the Sentinels got past the Knights.

Denno tossed in a game-high 24 points for Ticonderoga, while Anthony Dushane added 14.

“Denno was real consistent throughout the game,” Sentinels coach Joe Defayette said. “He attacked the rim and connected on four 3-pointers. It was his best game all year.

“It was a great, back-and-forth game.”

Ticonderoga took a slim 37-34 lead into the half and a five-point lead into the fourth quarter before distancing itself.

Adam Tedford led the way for Seton Catholic with 21 points. Nic Favreau and Kaden Baugh each chipped in 14 points, while Chris Kustos and Keagen Briggs finished with nine and eight points, respectively.

Ticonderoga 75,

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