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December 8, 2013

Plenty of excitement in boys' hoops

PLATTSBURGH — Kaden Baugh accounted for seven points, six assists and eight steals Saturday to help give the Seton Catholic boys’ basketball team a 47-41 victory over Chazy in the Coaches vs. Cancer Challenge, held at the Plattsburgh State Field House.

Adam Tedford and Keagen Briggs scored 12 points apiece, while Nic Favreau and Chris Kustos each had eight. Favreau also hauled down 12 rebounds.

The Knights held a 26-20 halftime lead and a 36-28 advantage after three.

But Hayden Guay, who hit a trio of 3-pointers and 11 points in all for the Eagles in the fourth quarter, kept Chazy within striking distance.

Guay finished with 18 points, while Keagan O’Connor followed with seven.

“It was an early-season game at the Field House,” Seton Catholic coach Larry Converse said. “The two teams worked very hard and it was an exciting game at times.”

Seton Catholic 47, Chazy 41

Chazy (41)

Guay 7-1-18, Brothers 2-0-4, O’Connor 2-3-7, Gravelle 2-0-6, LaPierre 2-0-6, Provost 0-0-0. Totals: 16-4-41.

Seton Catholic (47)

Quantock 0-0-0, Tedford 3-4-12, Baugh 3-1-7, Briggs 6-0-12, Lafountain 0-0-0, Favreau 2-4-8, Kustos 4-0-8. Totals: 18-9-47.

Chazy      10 10 8 13 — 41

Seton Catholic14 12 10 11 — 47

3-point goals: Chazy (5): Guay 3; Gravelle 2. Seton Catholic (2): Tedford 2.

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MORIAH 74, WESTPORT 66, 3 OT

PLATTSBURGH — Jarrod MacDougal hit back-to-back field goals in the third overtime to help give the Vikings a marathon win over the Eagles in the Coaches vs. Cancer Challenge.

Adam Jaquish led Moriah with 22 points, while Taylor Slattery added 14, Noah Gilbo 13 and MacDougal, 10.

Ryan Davis and Anderson Gay accounted for 43 of Westport’s points, with Davis getting 23 and Gay, 20. Sam Napper chipped in with nine.

The Vikings took a 35-25 lead into the fourth quarter when the Eagles rallied for 25 points to tie it. Gay connected on a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into the first overtime.

“Both teams made crucial free throws in the third overtime,” Moriah coach Brian Cross said. “Both teams played extremely hard and neither team deserved to lose.”

Moriah 74, Westport 66

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