Jasmin Barnes and Lily Whalen combined to score 40 points to help lead Elizabethtown-Lewis over Keene in a girls’ Northern Basketball League crossover game Monday.

Whalen led the charge with a game-high 23 points, while Barnes added 17 points, nine steals, eight assists and seven rebounds. Savannah Graves chipped in with seven rebounds and seven points.

The Beavers, who lead the Division III standings, were led by Tucker Geiger’s 11 points. Taylor Geiger finished with nine points.

Elizabethtown-Lewis took a 25-15 lead at the half and maintained its lead throughout the rest of the game.

Elizabethtown-Lewis 51, Keene 37

Keene (37)

Whitney 2-1-5, Peduzzi 1-4-6, Smith 3-0-6, Ta. Geiger 4-0-9, Gifford 0-0-0, Tu. Geiger 5-1-11. Totals: 15-6-37.

Elizabethtown-Lewis (51)

Cassavaugh 0-0-0, Green 0-0-0, J. Barnes 7-1-17, Wescott 0-0-0, Whalen 9-1-23, Adams 0-0-0, Graves 3-1-7, Disogra 0-0-0, Martin 0-0-0, A. Barnes 2-0-4. Totals: 21-3-51.

Keene 8 6 11 12 — 37

Elizabethtown-Lewis 13 12 14 12 — 51

3-point goals: Keene (1) Ta. Geiger. Elizabethtown-Lewis (6) J. Barnes 2, Whalen 4.

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Ticonderoga 37, Chazy 33

CHAZY — The Sentinels came roaring back in the fourth quarter to grab a come-from-behind victory against the Eagles.

Ticonderoga trailed 29-20 through three quarters, but outscored Chazy 17-4 in the final stanza to pull ahead for the win.

“Things were looking good for us in the beginning,” Eagles coach Liz Garrand said. “We came out strong, which is what we have been hoping to do. We were able to keep Ti’s chances down and possess the ball the best we have so far this season.

“We were able to stay ahead in the third, though we started to lose steam and composure in the fourth. Ti recognized this and took full advantage with full-court press which earned them several points and ultimately the win.”

Kylie Austin led Ticonderoga with 12 points, while Delaney Hughes chipped in with nine points.

Courtney Gilmore paced Chazy with eight points. Ashley Gilmore and Allison Tatro each had six points.

Ticonderoga 37, Chazy 33

Ticonderoga (37)

Moore 2-0-4, Hughes 2-5-9, Hamel 2-0-4, Austin 6-0-12, Kelly 3-0-6, Mars 0-0-0, Fuller 1-0-2. Totals: 16-5-37.

Chazy (33)

Stalker 0-0-0, Gonyo 3-0-6, A. Gilmore 3-0-6, Tatro 3-0-6, C. Gilmore 3-1-8, Trombley 0-0-0, Pombrio 2-0-5, Meshefsky 1-0-2. Totals: 15-1-33.

Ticonderoga 8 8 4 17 — 37

Chazy 12 10 7 4 — 33

3-point goals: Chazy (2) C. Gilmore, Pombrio.

JV: Ticonderoga won.

Mod: Chazy won.

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Moriah 68, Schroon Lake 18

SCHROON LAKE — Madison Stahl tallied a game-high 18 points as the Vikings stayed perfect with a win over the Wildcats.

Stahl hit 12 free throws, as Moriah connected on 20 throughout the game.

“The game was never in doubt for the visiting Vikings,” Schroon Lake coach Mark Davenport said. “Coach (Erica) Slattery’s team ran the ball up and down the court and used all available players to score an easy 68 points.”

Moriah had all nine players who played get into the scoring column. Taylor Sprague tossed in 14 points for the Vikings. Lauren Cross added eight points, while Halie Snyder chipped in with seven.

Julianna Finnerty paced the Wildcats with 14 points.

Moriah 68, Schroon Lake 18

Moriah (68)

Speshock 1-0-2, Cross 2-3-8, Stahl 3-12-18, Slattery 3-0-6, MacDougal 2-0-4, Pelkey 2-0-5, Snyder 3-1-7, Sprague 6-2-14, Brace 1-2-4. Totals: 23-20-68.

Schroon Lake (18)

Wisser 0-0-0, Finnerty 4-4-14, Subra 0-0-0, Lanaue 0-2-2, Ververka 0-0-0, Gadway 1-0-2, Garland 0-0-0. Rodriguez 0-0-0. Totals: 5-6-18.

Moriah 17 16 16 19 — 68

Schroon Lake 5 4 1 8 — 18

3-point goals: Moriah (2) Cross, Pelkey. Schroon Lake (2) Finnerty 2.

NAC

Madrid-Waddington 48, Chateaugay 40

CHATEAUGAY — The Yellowjackets hit nine 3-point field goals in all, holding on for an eight-point defeat of the Bulldogs.

Katie Beach led the charge for Chateaugay with 17 points, including four 3-pointers. Caitlin Miller added nine points, 14 rebounds and five blocks in the loss.

Tess Knight paced Madrid-Waddington with 17 points in the East Division win.

Madrid-Waddington 48, Chateaugay 40

Madrid-Waddington (48)

Field 1-0-2, Knight 3-10-17, Parmeter 2-5-10, Pryce 3-1-7, Morcellus 0-3-3, Murray 0-1-1, King 2-4-8. Totals: 11-24-48.

Chateaugay (40)

Charland 2-3-7, H. Cook 0-2-2, Beach 5-3-17, Miller 2-5-9, Winch 0-1-1, Barnes 1-1-4. Totals: 10-15-40.

3-point goals: Madrid-Waddington (9) Field, Knight 2, Parmeter, Pryce 3, King 2. Chateaugay (5) Charland 2, Miller 2, Beach.

BOYS

Moriah 54, Schroon Lake 52

SCHROON LAKE — Adam Jaquish led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points as the Vikings edged the Wildcats.

Tyler Pratt added 11 points for Moriah, while Ryan Jaquish chipped in with 10 points.

Schroon Lake took a 14-9 lead after the first quarter, but the Vikings rallied for a 22-point second quarter. Moriah held a 40-29 lead heading into the fourth.

The Wildcats outscored the Vikings 23-14, but came up short.

Tanner Stone led all scorers with 18 points for Schroon Lake. Alex Shaughnessy added 16 points and Joe Maisonville, 10 points.

Moriah 54, Schroon Lake 52

Moriah (54)

Slattery 3-0-7, MacDougal 2-0-4, Pratt 2-6-11, Gilbo 2-4-8, A. Jaquish 4-5-13, R. Jaquish 4-2-10, Clarke 0-1-1. Totals: 17-18-54.

Schroon Lake (52)

Stone 7-2-18, Hall 1-0-3, Shaughnessy 4-6-16, Lough 0-0-0, Paradis 0-0-0, Vallie 0-4-4, C. Maisonville 0-1-1, J. Maisonville 4-2-10. Totals: 16-15-52.

Moriah 9 22 9 14 — 54

Schroon Lake 14 8 7 23 — 52

3-point goals: Moriah (2) Slattery, Pratt. Schroon Lake (5) Stone 2, Hall, Shaughnessy 2.

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Seton Catholic 62, Ticonderoga 59 (OT)

TICONDEROGA — The Knights outscored the Sentinels 7-4 in the extra session to capture the victory.

Adam Tedford scored 10 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter for Seton Catholic, including the game-tying 3-pointer with four seconds remaining. Chris Kustos added 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Knights. Kaden Baugh dished out seven assists, while Nic Favreau pulled in nine boards.

“I’m proud of the way my guys played after coming off two tough losses to Moriah and Westport.” Ticonderoga coach Joe Defayette said. “They kept fighting and controlled most of the second half until Tedford stepped up and hit two huge shots for Seton.”

Anthony DuShane led the Sentinels with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Ty Denno chipped in with 14 points, while mike Graney added nine points.

Seton Catholic 62, Ticonderoga 59 (OT)

Seton Catholic (62)

Quantock 0-0-0, Tedford 8-4-25, Baugh 0-4-4, Briggs 2-1-5, Racette 0-0-0, LaFountain 0-0-0, Favreau 4-3-11, Kustos 6-5-17, Zalis 0-0-0. Totals: 19-17-62.

Ticonderoga (59)

Austin 0-1-1, Graney 3-0-9, Cook 1-0-2, Hughes 3-2-8, Wiktorko 1-2-4, Denno 4-3-14, DuShane 9-3-21, Donohue 0-0-0. Totals; 21-11-59.

Seton Catholic 18 12 12 13 7 — 62

Ticonderoga 14 9 14 18 4 — 59

3-point goals: Seton Catholic (5) Tedford 5.Ticonderoga (6) Graney 3, Denno 3.

JV: Ticonderoga won.

Mod: Ticonderoga won.

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Elizabethtown-Lewis 41, Keene 32

ELIZABETHTOWN — Zac Noka-Bailey led the charge for the Lions with 12 points in their win over the Beavers.

Justin LaPier added 11 points for Elizabethtown-Lewis, while Cortland White finished with nine points.

The Lions built up a 28-17 lead after three quarters.

Colton Venner and Brandon Dumas led the way for Keene with nine points. Austin Brown added eight points.

Elizabethtown-Lewis 41, Keene 32

Keene (32)

Summo 0-1-1, Brown 3-0-8, Warner 2-0-5, Dumas 2-5-9, Holmes 0-0-0, Haberle 0-0-0, Venner 2-4-9, Haverlick 0-0-0. Totals: 9-10-22.

Elizabethtown-Lewis (41)

Harwood 3-0-6, Morris 0-0-0, White 3-1-9, LaPier 4-3-11, Noka-Bailey 4-4-12, Marvin 1-1-3, Farrell 0-0-0, Denton 0-0-0. Totals: 15-9-41.

Keene 9 5 3 15 — 32

Elizabethtown-Lewis 14 7 7 13 — 41

3-point goals: Keene (4) Brown 2, Warner, Venner. Elizabethtown-Lewis (2) White 2.

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Wells 53, Crown Point 48

CROWN POINT — A large second quarter proved to be the difference as the Indians knocked off the Panthers.

Wells outscored Crown Point, 23-9, during the second quarter.

“Wells built a 15-point halftime lead by getting some putbacks off the offensive glass,” Panthers coach Randy Pertak said. “Crown Point chipped away at the lead and had three opportunities with less than 15 seconds to tie the game, but were not able to make athree to tie it.”

Ken Chicoski, who finished with 21 points for the Indians, hit both ends of a 1-and-1 with two seconds remaining to seal the victory. Ben Brannon added 11 points for Wells.

Jaice Spring had a game-high 24 points tl lead the charge for Crown Point. Noah Macey and Joe Foote each chipped in with 10 points.

Wells 53, Crown Point 48

Wells (53)

Chicoski 8-2-21, Weaver 3-2-8, Taylor 1-0-3, Michienzi 2-2-6, Brannon 4-3-11, Young 2-0-4. Totals: 20-9-53.

Crown Point (48)

Spring 10-1-24, DeBrobander 0-0-0, Stephens 1-0-2, Macey 3-2-10, Pertak 1-0-2, Foote 5-0-10, McIntosh 0-0-0. Totals: 20-3-48.

Wells 9 23 7 14 — 53

Crown Point 8 9 14 17 — 48

3-point goals: Wells (4) Chicoski 3, Taylor. Crown Point (5) Spring 3, Macey 2.

JV: Wells won.

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