Greg Manney scored 18 points, including a big 3-pointer in the fourth quarter, as Beekmantown rallied for a 49-44 victory over Chateaugay on Friday in nonleague boys’ basketball.

Alex Price added 10 points and Nick Danussi eight for Beekmantown.

Chateaugay held a 35-34 lead after three before the Eagles went on a 15-9 run in the fourth to rally for the win.

Seth Young tallied a team-high 12 points for the Bulldogs, while Noah Bowes added nine points and Dylan Lavoie, eight.

“Both teams played extremely hard (Friday),” Chateaugay coach Mike Martin said. “Greg Manney had a big fourth quarter for them — he hit a huge three with just under a minute to go to put them up three.

“Seth Young had a nice fourth quarter for us. Dylan Lavoie played very well on both ends of the court.”

Beekmantown 49, Chateaugay 44

Beekmantown (49)

Manney 5-5-18, Price 4-2-10, Remchuk 1-1-3, Kemp 0-0-0, Stevens 1-2-4, Pepper 1-1-3, Danussi 4-0-8, Provost 1-1-3, Pelkey 0-0-0. Totals: 17-12-49.

Chateaugay (44)

Bowes 1-6-9, Stalter 0-0-0, Young 5-1-12, Henderson 0-0-0, Lavoie 3-2-8, Ashline 2-0-5, Martin 2-2-6, Jones 0-0-0, Cowan 1-0-2, Green 1-0-2. Totals: 15-11-44.

Beekmantown 15 9 10 15 — 49

Chateaugay 15 12 8 9 — 44

3-point goals: Beekmantown (3) Manney 3. Chateaugay (3) Bowes, Young, Ashline.

JV: Chateaugay won.


Lake Placid 40, Indian Lake/Long Lake 38

LAKE PLACID — Chris Kordziel’s follow-up shot with seven seconds remaining helped the Blue Bombers break a 38-all tie.

“We played a solid first half, and we were getting the ball inside and using our size advantage to score,” Lake Placid coach Matthew Walentuk said. “Indian Lake/Long Lake battled back in the second half to set up a thrilling end to the game.

Scott Rossi did a great job inside scoring on put-backs and gathering 11 total rebounds. Tarik Cecunjanin had eight points, three assists and five rebounds. Alex Brandes and Andrew Meister did a great job defensively. Austin Pratt had six rebounds.”

Henry Sandiford paced the Orange with 20 points, including three 3-pointers. Sandiford scored 15 of his 20 points in the second half.

Lake Placid 40, Indian Lake/Long Lake 38

Indian Lake/Long Lake (38)

Hoag 2-4-8, Pine 0-1-1, Sandiford 7-3-20, Seamen 2-0-5, Short 0-1-1, Giessen 1-1-3. Totals: 12-10-38.

Lake Placid (40)

Reid 0-0-0, Meister 0-0-0, Moore 3-0-6, DiNicola 0-0-0, Kordziel 3-0-6, Cecunjanin 3-1-8, Rossi 7-0-14, Woodruff 1-0-2, Brandes 0-0-0, Pratt 2-0-4. Totals: 19-1-40.

Indian/Long Lake 4 8 13 13 —38

Lake Placid 13 12 4 11 —40

3-point goals: Indian Lake/Long Lake (4) Sandiford 3, Seamen. Lake Placid (1) Cecunjanin.




SARANAC — Kayla Napper scored 14 points and Tori Trim added 12 as the Chiefs won a Northern Basketball League nonleague game.

Kaitlyn Bowman and Christina Bedard added eight points each for Saranac, which broke the game open in the second and third quarters.

The Chiefs held a 17-13 advantage after one and then outscored Keene by a 39-14 margin over the middle two stanzas.

Tucker Geiger led Keene with 10 points and Naomi Peduzzi added eight.

“Going into the game, we knew Keene was a very good rebounding team,” Saranac coach Tim Newell said. “They had a couple of players in Geiger and Peduzzi who were very strong rebounding the ball. I thought Kaitlyn Bowman and Kayla Napper did a fantastic job keeping them off the glass.

“Tori Trim, Emma Newell and Summer Gillespie, our perimeter defenders, did a nice job pressuring their guards. They forced them out of their offensive sets, which allowed us to play an up-tempo game. I felt we used our team depth and speed to our advantage to wear them down throughout the game.”

Saranac 61, Keene 31

Keene (31)

Whitney 1-1-3, Peduzzi 3-2-8, Smith 1-1-3, Ta. Geiger 2-0-4, Gifford 1-0-2, Tu. Geiger 5-0-10. Totals: 13-5-31.

Saranac (61)

Trim 5-0-12, Napper 5-2-14, Eggleston 1-0-2, Heywood 1-0-2, Newell 1-1-3, Bowman 3-2-8, Dessureault 2-1-6, Bullis 1-0-2, Gillespie 2-0-4, Bedard 4-0-8. Totals: 25-6-61.

Keene 13 5 9 4 —31

Saranac 17 18 21 5 — 61

3-point goals: Saranac (5) Trim 2, Napper 2, Dessureault.