Press-Republican

January 19, 2013

Myler's 21 propels Mountaineers past Eagles in OT


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NORTH CREEK — Astasia Myler scored 21 points, five of them coming in overtime, as Johnsburg held off Westport, 50-49, in Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference girls’ basketball action Friday.

The Jaguars outscored the Eagles 33-28 through three quarter before Westport charged back to send the game into overtime.



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The Eagles had strong production from Brendee Russell with 15 points and Sarah Looby, 14 points. Felicia kurth chipped in with seven in the loss.

Mikayla Glode tallied 14 points for Johnsburg, while Kayla Williford scored 10.

Johnsburg 50, Westport 49 (OT)

Johsburg (50)

Amell 0-0-0, Williford 4-2-10, Knickerbocker 0-0-0, Denno 1-0-2, Square 0-0-0, Glode 7-0-14, Gahan 0-1-1, Millington 0-2-2, Russell 0-0-0, Ellsworth 0-0-0, Myler 9-3-21.

Totals: 21-8-50

Westport (49)

Kurth 3-1-7, Mitchell 2-1-5, Russell 6-3-15, Sudduth 3-0-6, Viens 1-0-2, Rascoe 0-0-0, Looby 6-2-14. Totals: 21-7-49.

Johnsburgh 12 12 9 9 8 — 50

Westport 9 11 8 14 7 — 49

E’town-Lewis 55, Minerva/Newcomb 21

ELIZABETHTOWN — Lily Whalen led a balanced scoring attack with 14 points, six rebounds and six steals to help lead the Lions over the Mountaineers.

Elizabethtown-Lewis took a 32-21 lead into the half before putting the clamps down defensively in the second. Minerva/Newcomb was unable to score a single point in the half.

Shonna Brooks and Kearstin Ashline each added 12 points for the Lions. Ashline also contributed five steals. Jasmin Barnes finished with nine points, 10 rebounds and five steals.

Kylee Cassavaugh had five assists in the game and also held Mountaineers leading scorer Makenzie Winslow to two points.

Gabby McNally led Minerva/Newcomb with 11 points

E’town-Lewis 55,

Minerva/Newcomb 21

Minerva/Newcomb (22)

Bennett 1-0-2, Winslow 1-0-2, Marra 0-0-0, Rubertone 1-0-2, G. McNally 3-5-11, Miller 0-0-0, McCall 1-0-2, D. McNally 1-0-2. Totals: 8-5-21.

Elizabethtown-Lewis (55)

Morris 0-0-0, J. Barnes 4-1-9, Grady 0-0-0, Cassavaugh 2-0-4, McGinn 0-0-0, Whalen 5-4-14, Brooks 5-2-12, Graves 1-0-2, Ashline 5-0-12, Disogra 0-0-0, A. Barnes 1-0-2. Totals: 23-7-55.

Minerva/Newcomb 9 12 0 0 — 21

E’town-Lewis 17 15 14 8 — 55

3-point goals: Elizabethtown-Lewis (2) Ashline 2.

Crown Point 28, Schroon Lake 20

CROWN POINT — Amanda Wolfe was the top earner of the game grabbing 13 points for the Panthers giving her team their second win of the season.

Wolfe scored all seven of her teams first quarter points before getting into foul trouble and seeing sporadic playing time the rest of the game. She fouled out midway through the fourth quarter.

Schroon Lake’s Lindsay Reynolds led her team with 10 points.

Crown Point’s Ellen Kiely displayed great defense by grabbing 10 rebounds, five blocks and three steals in the win.

Crown Point 28, Schroon Lake 20

Crown Point (28)

Ryan 1-2-4, Carpenter 0-0-0, Malone 0-0-0, Kiely 1-0-3, Macey 2-0-4, Wolfe 6-1-13, Harrington 1-0-2, Foote 1-0-2. Totals: 12-3-28.

Schroon Lake (20)

Jarrell 0-0-0, Hall 1-0-2, Reynolds 4-2-10, Wisser 1-0-2, Fiore 3-0-6, DeZalia 0-0-0. Totals: 9-2-20

Crown Point 7 6 5 10 — 28

Schroon Lake 1 6 8 5 — 20

3-point goals: Crown Point (1): Kiely.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 52, Willsboro 27

WILLSBORO — The Orange used a 16-1 run in the second quarter en route to their 25-point win.

Shannon Farrell dropped 16 points, while teammate Jessica Bain added 14 for Indian Lake/Long Lake.

“Offensively, they’re a very good shooting team,” Warriors coach Charlene Lobdell said. “(Farrell) and (Bain) played well on both sides of the basketball.”

Senior guard Kyli Swires paced Willsboro with nine points.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 52,

Willsboro 27

Indian/Long Lake 20 16 12 4 — 52

Willsboro 13 1 2 11 — 27

Indian Lake/Long Lake (52)

Farrell 7-2-16, King 0-0-0, Wilder 0-0-0, Darling 1-1-3, Bain 6-2-14, Walters 0-0-0, Hamdan 0-0-0, Moore 0-0-0, Hinckley 3-0-6, Smith 6-1-13, Seery 0-0-0, Foster 0-0-0. Totals: 23-6-52.

Willsboro (27)

Belzile 0-0-0, Marcotte 2-0-5, Crowningshield 0-1-1, O’Hara 2-0-4, Swires 3-2-9, Blanchard 0-2-2, Mahoney 3-0-6, Burt 0-0-0. Totals: 10-5-27.

3-point goals: Willsboro (2): Marcotte, Swires.

Keene 43, Chazy 16

CHAZY — Naomi Peduzzi led all scorers with 14 points and helped the Beavers outlast and overpower the Eagles.

Taylor Geiger contributed nine points for Keene with Sadie Holbrook adding eight more in the win.

“Defensively they were very tough,” Chazy coach Liz Garrand said. “(Keene) played very physically and some of our players just had an off night.”

The leading scorer for the Eagles was Michaela Cahoon who had six points. Shelby Gonyo was next in line adding five points in the loss.

Keene 43, Chazy 16

Keene (43)

Peduzzi 6-2-14, Hall 1-0-3, Dumas 1-0-2, Rudd 0-1-1, Ta. Geiger 4-1-9, Holbrook 4-0-8, Tu. Geiger 3-0-6, Parolin 0-0-0, McCabe 0-0-0. Totals: 19-7-43.

Chazy (16)

A. Gilmore 0-2-2, Tatro 1-1-3, Gonyo 2-1-5, Cahoon 3-0-6, Barcomb 0-0-0, C. Gilmore 0-0-0, Kozak 0-0-0, Meshefsky 0-0-0, Pilon 0-0-0, Rotella 0-0-0, Staker 0-0-0. Totals: 6-4-16

Keene 10 10 11 12 — 43

Chazy 4 3 3 6 — 16

3-point goals: Keene (1): Hall.

CVAC

THURSDAY

Saranac 39, Peru 31

SARANAC — The Chiefs held a 16-14 lead at the half before holding the Indians to just one third-quarter point.

Kayla Napper led Saranac with 11 points and Kaitlyn Bowman followed with nine. Napper also had nine rebounds, five steals and five assists. Summer Gillespie and Emma Newell each added eight rebounds and three steals.

Mary Mazzella finished with 12 points for Peru and Maddy Flynn was next with six.

“Peru’s a lot like us — they’re athletic at the guard position,” said Saranac coach Tim Newell. “They extended their zone defense and we had a tough time generating offense early. We did a nice job in our man-to-man defense.

“They’re very good at driving to the baseline and we adjusted at halftime with creating transition and attacking their zone. We had a few quick layups to start the third. Tori Trim hit a couple of big three-pointers and we allowed them only one point.

“Overall, it’s a good win for us, especially against a team of that caliber. Our depth helped.”

Saranac, 39, Peru 31

Peru (31)

Ma. Mazzella 4-2-12, Hackett 0-2-2, Me. Mazzella 0-1-1, Wright 1-0-2, Martin 1-0-2, Flynn 2-0-6, Spear 1-0-2, Major 1-0-2, Reniccazo 0-0-0, Neenan 1-0-2. Totals: 11-5-31.

Saranac (39)

Trim 2-0-6, Ka. Napper 3-5-11, O’Connell 0-0-0, Kr. Napper 0-2-2, Gillespie 3-0-6, Newell 2-0-5, Bowman 3-3-9, Andre 0-0-0, Layhee 0-0-0, Marnes 0-0-0, Fink 0-0-0, Favreau 0-0-0. Totals: 13-10-39.

Peru 9 5 1 16 — 31

Saranac 8 8 10 13 — 39

3-point goals: Peru (4): Ma. Mazzella 2; Flynn 2. Saranac (3): Trim 2; Newell.