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P-R PHOTO/GABE DICKENS Lake Placid's Cheyenne Blair (left) passes the ball upcourt as Chazy's Allison Tatro gives chase during Thursday's Northern Basketball League girls' matchup at Chazy Central School. The Blue Bombers won 30-20.

Amanda Wolf’s two free throws with 45 seconds left in the fourth quarter Thursday gave the Crown Point girls a 33-32 victory over Schroon Lake in Northern Basketball League play.

With two minutes left in regulation, the Wildcats held a 32-29 advantage.

But Brittany Foote was fouled with 1:15 remaining and made both free throws to bring the Panthers to within one.

Crown Point got the ball back, and Wolf was fouled. She hit both ends of the one-and-one to give the Panthers the 1-point victory.

“It was an intense and nail-biting game all the way to the final buzzer,” Crown Point coach Kevin Peters said. “Both teams played with very aggressive defense throughout the game.”

Schroon Lake led by as many as four points twice in the fourth quarter but couldn’t hang on.

Wolf led the Panthers with 14 points, followed by Heather Ryan with eight and Foote, seven.

Dakota Gadway paced the Wildcats with 10 points, and Julianna Finnerty was next with nine.

Crown Point 33, Schroon Lake 32

Schroon Lake (32)

Lanaue 3-1-7, Subra 0-0-0, Wisser 1-0-2, Ververka 1-2-4, Finnerty 4-0-9, Gadway 5-0-10, Garland 0-0-0, Rodriquez 0-0-0. Totals: 14-3-32.

Crown Point (33)

Ryan 4-0-8, Crowningshield 0-0-0, DuShane 1-0-2, Bertsche 1-0-2, Wolf 6-2-14, Foote 1-5-7. Totals: 13-7-33.

Schroon Lake 10 4 10 8 — 32

Crown Point 8 6 10 9 — 33

3-point goals: Schroon Lake (1): Finnerty.

Mod: Schroon Lake won.

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LAKE PLACID 30, CHAZY 20

CHAZY — The Blue Bombers held the Eagles scoreless in the first quarter and went on to the victory.

Chloe Uebrick paced Lake Placid with 10 points, and Adele Jesmer followed with six.

Allison Tatro led Chazy with nine points.

“Our slow start offensively and the abundant turnovers were our downfall,” Chazy coach Liz Garrand said. “My team played tough defense with minimal fouls.”

Lake Placid 30, Chazy 20

Lake Placid (30)

Matos 1-2-5, Jesmer 2-0-6, Weaver 0-0-0, Potter 0-0-0, Goff 1-0-2, Blair 2-0-4, Uebrick 5-0-10, Barney 0-0-0, Megliore 1-1-3. Totals: 12-3-30.

Chazy (20)

Stalker 0-0-0, Gonyo 0-0-0, A. Gilmore 1-1-3, Tatro 3-3-9, Pilon 0-1-1, C. Gilmore 2-0-4, Trombley 0-0-0, Pombrio 1-1-3, Meshefsky 0-0-0. Totals: 7-6-20.

Lake Placid 7 7 6 10 — 30

Chazy 0 6 6 8 — 20

3-point goals: Lake Placid (3); Jesmer 2; Matos.

JV: Lake Placid won.

Mod: Lake Placid won.

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KEENE 61, MINERVA/NEWCOMB 51

NEWCOMB — Taylor Geiger scored 17 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead the visitors.

Hanna Whitney followed closely with 16 points, Naomi Peduzzi 15 and Tucker Geiger eight for the visitors.

Keene scored only four points in the first quarter but combined for 57 over the final three, making use of eight 3-pointers.

Astasia Myler led the Mountaineers with 15 points, followed by Makenzie Winslow and Nicole Rubertone with 11 apiece and Gabriel McNally, nine.

Keene 61, Minerva/Newcomb 51

Keene (61)

Whitney 6-2-16, Peduzzi 7-1-15, Smith 2-0-5, Ta. Geiger 6-0-17, Tu. Geiger 4-0-8. Totals: 25-3-61.

Minerva/Newcomb (51)

Winslow 4-1-11, Rubertone 5-4-14, G. McNally 4-1-9, Miller 1-0-2, Myler 6-3-15. Totals: 20-9-51.

Keene 4 19 18 20 — 61

Minerva/Newcomb 7 11 16 17 — 51

3-point goals: Keene (8): Ta. Geiger 5; Whitney 2; Smith. Minerva/Newcomb (2): Winslow 2.

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Moriah 55, Elizabethtown-Lewis 42

PORT HENRY — Madison Stahl scored 23 points to lead the Vikings past the Lions.

Lauren Cross hit three triples and totaled 11 points for Moriah, and Taylor Sprague scored seven.

“Sarah Slattery did really well defensively for us, and Madison did a great job on the boards,” Moriah coach Erica Slattery said.

Jasmin Barnes and Lily Whalen led Elizabethtown-Lewis with 12 points each.

Moriah 55, Elizabethtown-Lewis 42

Elizabethtown-Lewis (42)

Cassavaugh 0-0-0, Green 0-0-0, J. Barnes 4-3-12, St. Dennis 0-0-0, Westcott 0-0-0, Whalen 4-2-12, Adams 1-0-2, Graves 1-2-4, Disogra 2-1-5, Martin 0-0-0, A. Barnes 3-1-7. Totals: 13-9-42

Moriah (55)

Speshock 0-0-0, Cross 4-0-11, Stahl 10-3-23, Slattery 1-1-3, MacDougal 0-0-0, Pelkey 1-0-3, Snyder 3-0-6, Sprague 2-3-7, Brace 1-0-2. Totals: 22-7-55.

Elizabethtown-Lewis 9 10 16 7 — 42

Moriah 12 13 21 9 — 55

3-point goals: Moriah (4) Cross 3, Pelkey. Elizabethtown-Lewis Whalen 2, J. Barnes.

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SETON CATHOLIC 73, WILLSBORO 29

WILLSBORO — The Knights raced out to a 23-5 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.

Paige Spittler tossed in a game-high 19 points for Seton Catholic.

Kelli Ryan added 13, while Gretchen Zalis and Hailey Moore finished with 10 each.

Andrea O’Hara and Payton Gough paced the Warriors with 10 points apiece.

Seton Catholic 73, Willsboro 29

Seton Catholic (73)

Murnane 3-1-7, Spittler 9-0-19, Egan 1-0-2, Ryan 6-1-13, Allen 3-0-6, Nachbauer 0-0-0, Zalis 5-0-10, Bashaw 3-0-6, Moore 5-0-10, Christopher 0-0-0. Totals: 35-2-73.

Willsboro (29)

Wade 0-0-0, Moran 0-0-0, Belzile 1-0-2, Henrichs 1-0-2, O’Hara 3-4-10, Burt 0-0-0, Tr. Bigelow 0-1-1, Blanchard 0-0-0, Ta. Bigelow 1-2-4, Gough 3-4-10. Totals: 9-11-29.

Seton Catholic 23 15 21 14 — 73

Willsboro 5 9 7 8 — 29

3-point goals: Seton Catholic (1): Spittler.

Modified: Seton Catholic won.

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Westport 44, Ticonderoga 28

TICONDEROGA — Brendee Russell tossed in 14 points as the Eagles defeated the Sentinels.

Hannah Schwoebel added 12 points, and Ellie Schwoebel had 10.

Westport outscored Ticonderoga 17-7 in the fourth quarter.

“The game was tight throughout, and the Eagles pulled away in the fourth quarter after Kylie Austin fouled out of the game,” Ticonderoga coach Shelly Young said.

Austin scored eight before exiting, and McKenna Kelly added six.

Westport 44, Ticonderoga 28

Westport (44)

Kurth 2-0-4, Sudduth 0-0-0, Mitchell 0-0-0, Rascoe 1-0-2, Russell 4-6-14, Looby 1-0-2, E. Schwoebel 5-0-10, H. Schwoebel 5-1-12, Viens 0-0-0. Totals: 18-7-44.

Ticonderoga (28)

Purkey 1-0-2, Hughes 1-4-6, Hamel 1-0-2, Austin 4-0-8, Kelly 2-2-6, Fuller 1-0-2, Gunning 1-0-2. Totals: 11-6-28.

Westport 4 10 13 17 — 44

Ticonderoga 4 6 11 7 — 28

3-point goals: Westport (1), H. Schwoebel.

JV: Ticonderoga won.

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INDIAN LAKE/LONG LAKE 48, JOHNSBURG 21

INDIAN LAKE — The Orange opened the game with a 25-0 run that carried over into the second quarter.

Alexis Seery scored a game- and career-high 16 points to go along with six rebounds.

Shannon Farrell added nine points and six steals for Indian Lake/Long Lake and Ranya Hamdan finished with six rebounds and six assists.

Sara Pierson was the leading scorer for the Jaguars with six points.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 48, Johnsburg 21

Johnsburg (21)

Amell 0-1-1, Pierson 3-0-6, Denno 2-2-6, Guy 1-0-2, Persons 0-0-0, Millington 1-0-2, Ordway 0-2-2, Ellsworth 0-0-0, DeThomas 0-0-0. Totals: 8-5-21.

Indian Lake/Long Lake (48)

Wilder 0-0-0, King 1-0-2, Dumond 0-0-0, Moore 2-3-7, Farrell 2-5-9, Piraino 3-0-6, Hamdan 1-0-2, Black 1-0-2, Dechene 2-0-4, Seery 8-0-16. Totals: 21-6-48.

Johnsburg 0 7 6 8 — 21

I. Lake/Long Lake 14 17 8 9 — 48

Modified: Johnsburg won.

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WEDNESDAY

KEENE 63, SCHROON LAKE 32

SCHROON LAKE — Keene ran the floor well and shared the basketball in a balanced offensive attack.

Hanna Whitney and Elaina Smith led the way with 12 points each, while Tucker Geiger added 10, Naomi Peduzzi nine, and Taylor Geiger and Madison Gifford eight apiece.

A highlight for the Wildcats was freshman Julianna Finnerty, who scored a game-high 22 points, including six 3-pointers.

Keene 63, Schroon Lake 32

Keene (63)

Gagliardi 0-0-0, Bruha 1-0-2, Whitney 5-1-12, Peduzzi 4-1-9, Smith 6-0-12, Garcia 0-0-0, Ta. Geiger 3-0-8, Gifford 4-0-8, Tu. Geiger 4-2-10. Totals: 27-4-63.

Schroon Lake (32)

Ververka 2-1-6, Lanaue 1-0-2, Subra 0-0-0, Wisser 0-0-0, Finnerty 8-0-22, Gadway 1-0-2, Garland 0-0-0, Rodriquez 0-0-0. Totals: 12-1-32.

Keene 14 19 16 14 — 63

Schroon Lake 6 11 6 9 — 32

3-point goals: Keene (3): Ta. Geiger 2; Whitney. Schroon Lake (7): Finnerty 6; Ververka.

Modified: Keene won.

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