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P-R PHOTO/ALVIN REINER Moriah's Adam Jaquish goes up for a shot as Elizabethtown-Lewis' Justin LaPier defends during Friday's Northern Basketball League boys' basketball game.

Ticonderoga’s comeback attempt in the fourth quarter came up just a bit short as Westport captured the 43-42 victory in boys’ Northern Basketball League action Friday.

The Eagles took a seven-point lead in the fourth quarter, but the Sentinels delivered a 3-pointer and two 2-pointers to pull within one.

With nine seconds remaining, Ticonderoga had a chance for the win, but a 20-foot shot rimmed out and gave Westport the victory.

“If we would have made a few more foul shots down the stretch, the game wouldn’t have come down to that,” Eagles coach Ike Tyler said. “Both teams struggled a bit offensively, but I contribute that to good defense. Both teams played their hearts out, and no one deserved to lose.

“This is a big win for a small school like Westport. The kids really gave 100 percent effort.”

The Eagles shot 13-for-26 from the foul line on the night.

Ryan Davis had 13 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks to lead the way for Westport. Sam Napper added 12 points and eight rebounds, while John Doyle finished with nine points.

Anthony DuShane tallied 13 points for the Sentinels. Garrison Hughes finished with eight points and Ty Denno, seven.

Westport 43, Ticonderoga 42

Ticonderoga (42)

Austin 1-0-2, Graney 2-0-6, Cook 0-0-0, Donahue 1-2-4, Hughes 4-0-8, Wiktorko 1-0-2, Denno 3-0-7, DuShane 6-1-13, Bevins 0-0-0. Totals: 18-3-42.

Westport (43)

Mead 0-0-0, Gay 1-2-5, Tryon 0-0-0, Moricette 0-0-0, Doyle 3-3-9, Davis 3-6-13, Mero 1-2-4, King 0-0-0, Napper 6-0-12. Totals: 14-13-43.

Ticonderoga 6 12 15 9 — 42

Westport 6 13 11 13 — 43

3-point goals: Ticonderoga (3) Graney 2, Denno. Westport (2) Gay, Davis.

JV: Ticonderoga won.

Mod: Ticonderoga won.

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Lake Placid 47, Chazy 42

LAKE PLACID — Tarik Cecunjanin (12), Davis Moore (9) and Garrett Woodruff (9) combined for 30 of the Blue Bombers’ 47 points.

“This was a great battle for four quarters,” Lake Placid coach Matthew Walentuk said. “The biggest lead was five points the whole game. We had a great team effort. The team did a great job of staying composed and eliminating turnovers in our 19-point fourth quarter.”

Alex LaPierre was dominant inside for the Eagles. LaPierre scored 17 of his 22 points in the second half in the five-point loss.

Lake Placid 47, Chazy 42

Chazy (42)

Guay 0-2-2, Brothers 1-0-3, O’Connor 4-3-12, Gravelle 0-1-1, Hemmingway 0-0-0, LaPierre 8-5-22, Genier 0-0-0, Provost 1-0-2. Totals: 14-11-42.

Lake Placid (47)

Reid 0-0-0, Meister 0-0-0, Moore 4-1-9, DiNicola 0-0-0, Kordziel 2-0-6, Hayes 1-2-4, Cecunjanin 4-3-12, Rossi 2-1-5, Woodruff 3-3-9, Brandes 0-0-0, Pratt 1-0-2. Totals: 17-10-47.

Chazy 14 4 13 11 — 42

Lake Placid 14 7 7 19 — 47

3-point goals: Chazy (3) O’Connor, LaPierre, Brothers. Lake Placid (3) Kordziel 2, Cecunjanin.

JV: Lake Placid won.

Modified: Chazy won.

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Schroon Lake 64, Crown Point 49

SCHROON LAKE — Tanner Stone dropped 28 points on nine field goals and 10 free throws, helping the Wildcats to a 15-point victory.

Alex Shaughnessy added 19 points for Schroon Lake, while Caleb Maisonville chipped in with five points.

Noah Macey paced the Panthers with 14 points. Jacie Spring recorded eight points.

Schroon Lake 64, Crown Point 49

Crown Point (49)

Spring 3-2-8, Stevens 3-0-6, Macey 4-4-14, Pertak 3-1-7, Foote 4-0-8, Macintosh 1-1-4, Finamore 2-0-2, Potter 0-0-0. Totals: 19-8-49.

Schroon Lake (64)

Stone 9-10-28, Hall 1-1-4, Shaughnessy 7-4-19, Lough 0-0-0, Paradis 0-0-0, Vallie 1-1-3, C. Maisonville 2-0-5, J. Maisonville 0-4-4. Totals: 20-20-64.

Crown Point 7 3 15 24 — 49

Schroon Lake 15 18 14 17 — 64

3-point goals: Schroon Lake (4) Hall, Shaughnessy, C. Maisonville. Crown Point (3) Macey 2, Macintosh.

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Seton Catholic 76, Willsboro 25

PLATTSBURGH — Kaden Baugh put up 21 points, while Adam Tedford added another 14 points in the victory.

The Knights jumped out to a 37-8 halftime lead and never looked back.

Keagan Briggs and Chris Kustos each registered 10 points apiece.

Nick Arnold paced the Warriors with nine points.

Seton Catholic 76, Willsboro 25

Willsboro (25)

Hampton 1-0-2, Arnold 4-0-9 Pierson 1-0-2, Murphy 2-0-4, Swires 0-0-0, Cross 0-0-0, Hubbard 1-0-3, C. Pierce 1-0-2, Co. Pierce 0-1-1, McVicker 1-0-2. Totals: 11-1-25.

Seton Catholic (76)

Quantock 2-1-5, Tedford 6-0-14, Baugh 8-5-21, Briggs 5-0-10, Racette 1-0-2, LaFountain 0-1-1, Favreay 3-1-7, Kustos 4-2-10, Zalis 3-0-6. Totals: 32-10-76.

Willsboro 8 0 7 10 — 25

Seton 12 25 24 15 — 76

3-point goals: Willsboro (2) Arnold, Hubbard. Seton Catholic (2) Tedford 2.

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Moriah 55, Elizabethtown-Lewis 23

ELIZABETHTOWN — The visiting Vikings triumphed away from their home court.

The Vikings were led offensively by Adam Jaquish and Chris Clarke, as they both finished with 12 points.

“They played very good man-to-man defense and were able to shut us down,” Lions coach Colby Pulsifer said. “For Moriah, Adam Jaquish did a good job getting rebounds for his team.”

Cortland White and Zac Noka-Bailey each scored six points for Elizabethtown-Lewis.

The Lions are back in action Monday, as they try to get a win against Keene.

Moriah 55, Elizabethtown-Lewis 23

Moriah (55)

Slattery 2-0-6, MacDougal 3-1-7, Pratt 1-0-2, Van Buren 0-0-0, Gilbo 3-1-7, Russo 0-0-0, A. Jaquish 5-2-12, Larrow 1-0-2, R. Jaquish 3-0-6, Clarke 2-7-12, Fernandez 0-1-1. Totals: 20-11-55

Elizabethtown-Lewis (23)

C. Denton 1-0-2, Harwood 0-0-0, Morris 0-1-1, White 3-0-6, LaPier 0-0-0, Whalen 0-0-0, Noka-Bailey 3-0-6, Marvin 2-1-6, Turner 0-0-0, Farrell 0-0-0, O. Denton 1-0-2. Totals: 10-2-23

Moriah 12 19 14 10 — 55

Elizabethtown 3 10 4 6 — 23

3-point goals: Moriah (3) Slattery 2, Clarke. Elizabethtown-Lewis (1), Marvin.

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Indian Lake/Long Lake 50, Johnsburg 40

JOHNSBURG — The Orange lit up the arc as they took down the Jaguars.

Indian Lake/Long Lake connected on eight 3-pointers, which allowed it to pull away.

Curtis Seaman lived in 3-point land for the Orange, as he made five threes in the game and finished with a team-high 22 points. Henry Sandiford didn’t have a bad day either behind the arc, connecting on three 3-pointers and accumulating 17 points.

The Jaguars were led by Dylan Moore and Mark Cleveland, who finished with 13 and 12 points, respectively.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 50, Johnsburg 40

Indian Lake/Long Lake (50)

Houg 0-0-0, Pine 1-2-4, Sandiford 6-2-17, Seamen 7-3-22, Shortt 2-0-4, Giesson 1-1-3. Totals: 17-8-50.

Johnsburg (40)

Smith 1-2-5, Prouty 0-0-0, Berg 3-2-8, Johnson 0-0-0, Cleveland 5-2-12, Slater 1-0-2, Moore 3-7-13. Totals: 17-8-50

Indian/Long 14 17 12 7 — 50

Johnsburg 8 9 11 12 — 40

3-point goals: Indian Lake/Long Lake (8) Seaman 5, Sandiford 3. Johnsburg (1) Smith.

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NAC

Chateaugay 62, Norwood-Norfolk 27

CHATEAUGAY — Jordan Martin led a balanced scoring attack with 12 points as the Bulldogs defeated the Flyers.

Seth Young and Zach Cowan each chipped in with nine points for Chateaugay. Dylan Lavoie had seven points. Noah Bowes dished out seven assists, while Tyler Jones pulled down eight rebounds.

Devon Goyette paced Norwood-Norfolk with 10 points.

Chateaugay 62, Norwood-Norfolk 27

Norwood-Norfolk (27)

Waite 0-0-0, Fullerton 1-0-2, Goyette 4-2-10, Steenberg 2-3-7, Fisher 2-0-4, Andrews 1-0-2, Benware 0-0-0, Stanford 0-0-0, Gay 1-0-2, Thomas 0-0-0. Totals: 11-5-27.

Chateaugay (62)

Bowes 2-0-4, Young 3-0-9, Henderson 3-0-6, Lavoie 3-1-7, Ashline 1-0-3, Martin 5-0-12, Jones 2-1-6, Cowan 4-0-9, Green 1-1-3, Seymour 1-0-3. Totals: 25-3-62.

Norwood 3 13 9 2 — 27

Chateaugay 19 7 19 17 — 62

3-point goals: Chataeugay (9) Young 3, Ashline, Martin 2, Jones, Cowan, Seymour.