Chazy outscored Willsboro 22-9 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 62-55 boys’ Northern Basketball League victory Wednesday.

The Warriors took a 46-40 lead into the fourth quarter before the Eagles erupted.

“This was a fast-paced, high-intensity basketball game,” Chazy coach Cory Thompson said. “We were able to get after the board and try to keep Willsboro to only one shot on most trips down the court.”

The Eagles used trips to the foul line in the fourth quarter to pull away from Willsboro. With a minute remaining Sam Provost scored on a three-point play to put Chazy ahead 59-51. Hayden Guay iced the game from the line.

Guay scored a team-high 22 points and added 10 steals. Alec Lapierre tallied 17 points and 14 rebounds, while Keagan O’Connor finished with 13 points. Provost had 10 rebounds and five blocks.

Nick Arnold had a game-high 25 points for Willsboro. Keenen Hampton chipped in with eight points.

Chazy 62, Willsboro 55

Willsboro (55)

Hampton 3-1-8, Arnold 10-3-25, Pierson 2-0-4, Murphy 3-1-7, Swires 2-0-5, Cross 2-0-4, Co. Pierce 1-1-3, Ch. Pierce 0-0-0, McVicker 0-0-0. Totals: 23-5-55.

Chazy (62)

Guay 6-8-22, Brothers 1-2-4, O’Connor 5-2-13, Gravelle 0-0-0, Lapierre 7-3-17, Genier 1-0-2, Provost 2-0-4. Totals: 21-15-62.

Willsboro 15 20 11 9 — 55

Chazy 14 17 9 22 — 62

3-point goals: Willsboro (4) Hampton, Arnold 2, Swires. Chazy (3) Guay 2, O’Connor.

JV: Willsboro won.

Mod: Willsboro won.

Seton Catholic 67, Lake Placid 30

PLATTSBURGH — Chris Kustos led a balanced scoring attack for the Knights with 13 points in their win over the Blue Bombers.

Seton Catholic jumped out to a 35-6 lead at the half.

Nic Favreau added 12 points for the Knights, while Keagan Briggs chipped in with 10 points. David LaFountain, Adam Tedford and Kaden Baugh each finished with eight points.

Garrett Woodruff paced Lake Placid with eight points. Raymond Zhang and Tarik Cecunjanin each added six points.

Seton Catholic 67, Lake Placid 30

Lake Placid (30)

Reid 0-0-0, Meister 0-0-0, Briggs 0-1-1, Zhang 2-0-6, Moore 1-0-3, Kordziel 0-0-0, Hayes 1-0-2, Cecunjanin 3-0-6, Rossi 1-0-2, Burns 0-0-0, Woodruff 4-0-8, Brandes 1-0-2, Pratt 0-0-0. Totals: 13-1-30.

Seton Catholic (67)

Quantock 0-1-1, Tedford 4-0-8, Baugh 3-2-8, Briggs 4-2-10, Racette 0-0-0, LaFountain 4-0-8, Favreau 5-2-12, Kustos 5-3-13. Zalis 3-1-7. Totals: 28-11-67.

Lake Placid 4 2 9 15 — 30

Seton Catholic 17 18 16 16 — 67

3-point goals: Lake Placid (3) Zhang 2, Moore.

Moriah 57, Ticonderoga 41

PORT HENRY — Adam Jaquish scored 13 and added seven rebounds and six assists as the Vikings defeated the Sentinels.

Taylor Slattery and Noah Gilbo each tossed in 12 points, and Slattery also pulled down eight rebounds. Ryan Jaquish chipped in nine points and six boards, while Tyler Pratt scored seven, handed out six assists and grabbed five rebounds.

“We played very well defensively,” Moriah coach Brian Cross said. “Scoring was well balanced. After a long layoff, we didn’t really know what to expect, but in the end it all worked out.”

Anthony Dushane and Garrison Hughes had strong games for Ticonderoga. DuShane put up 15 points and had seven rebounds, while Huges scored eight.

Moriah 57, Ticonderoga 41

Ticonderoga (41)

Austin 2-2-6, Graney 1-0-3, Donahue 0-0-0, Cook 0-0-0, Hughes 3-0-8, Wiktorko 0-0-0, Denno 3-0-7, Dushane 6-3-15, Nielsen 1-0-2. Totals 16-5-41.

Moriah (57)

Slattery 4-4-12, MacDougal 2-0-4, Pratt 3-0-7, Gilbo 6-0-12, A. Jaquish 6-1-13, R. Jaquish 2-5-9, Clarke 0-0-0, Fernandez 0-0-0. Totals: 23-10-57.

Ticonderoga 9 7 16 9 — 41

Moriah 18 10 18 11 — 57

3-point goals: Ticonderoga (4) Hughes 2, Graney, Denno. Moriah (1) Pratt.

JV: Ticonderoga won.

Modified: Ticonderoga won.

Westport 42, Elizabethtown-Lewis 31

WESTPORT — The rust showed Wednesday night, but Westport used a 15-6 run in the fourth quarter to pull away.

Thomas Mero led the Eagles with 10 points, seven rebounds, six assists and two blocks. Sam Napper played well inside with 10 points, and Ryan Davis, despite having a tough night on the offensive end, controlled the boards with 15 rebounds.

“Having no games for three weeks really showed for both teams,” Westport coach Ike Tyler said. “Baskets were hard to come by. It was a very ugly game.

“We did use a 10-0 run in the fourth quarter to pull away.”

Zac Noka-Bailey played well for the Lions with 10 points. Cortland White was next with eight.

Westport 42, Elizabethtown-Lewis 31

Elizabethtown-Lewis (31)

Harwood 3-0-6, A. Morris 1-0-3, White 2-2-8, Lapier 1-0-2, Noka-Bailey 5-0-10, Marvin 1-0-2, Plante 0-0-0. Totals: 13-2-31.

Westport (42)

Gay 3-0-6, Tryon 0-0-0, Moricette 0-0-0, Doyle 4-0-8, Davis 3-0-6, Mero 2-6-10, King 1-0-2, Napper 4-2-10. Totals: 17-8-42.

E.-Lewis 10 9 6 6 — 31

Westport 7 13 7 15 — 42

3-point goals: Elizabethtown-Lewis (3): White 2; A. Morris.

JV: Elizabethtown-Lewis won.

Mod: Elizabethtown-Lewis won.

TuesdaySaranac 80, Saranac Lake 36

SARANAC LAKE — Andrew Cutaiar led all scorers with 14 points as the Chiefs defeated the Red Storm.

Mitchell Pellerin and Dylan Christopherson both scored 11 for the Chiefs, who led 46-18 by halftime. Tanner Rascoe added 10.

Dustin Fischer and Devin Cowan paced Saranac Lake with seven points each.

Saranac 80, Saranac Lake 36

Saranac (80)

Pellerin 3-3-11, Earp 1-1-4, Rascoe 4-0-10, Cross 3-1-8, Utzler 1-1-3, Cutaiar 4-4-14, Maye 3-0-6, Keysor 2-1-5, Stanton 0-3-3, Renadette 1-2-5, Christopherson 3-4-11. Totals: 25-20-80.

Saranac Lake (36)

Ecret 1-0-2, Bevilaqua 2-0-4, Smith 1-0-2, Fischer 3-1-7, Webb 1-0-3, Karp 3-0-6, Cowan 2-1-7, Hobbs 0-0-0, Cross 0-1-1, Olsen 2-0-4. Totals: 15-3-36.

Saranac 23 23 20 14 — 80

Saranac Lake 11 7 5 12 — 36

3-point goals: Saranac (10) Pellerin 2, Rascoe 2, Cutaiar 2, Earp, Cross, Reradette, Christopherison. Saranac Lake (3) Cowan2, Webb.

JV: Saranac won.

Modified: Saranac won.