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Chateaugay's Candace Fowler (23) drives the baseline as Chazy's Brittany Godreau trails the play Thursday in the second round of the Chazy Section 7-10 Girls' Basketball Shootout. The Eagles ended the Bulldogs' unbeaten streak at six with a 37-36 victory. Bonus photos will be available at www.pressrepublican.com by midday.

LAKE PLACID -- Carissa Fournia scored the first nine points of the game Thursday and the Saranac girls' basketball team rolled past Bethpage, 47-29, in the Olympic Center Holiday Hoopfest.

Carissa Fournia, who was chosen as the Player of the Game, finished with a team-high 16 points.

The Chiefs (6-1 overall) jumped out to a 13-1 lead in the first quarter and broke it open with another 13-1 run in the third for a 36-15 lead after three.

Kaitlin Myers finished with 10 points and a team-high 11 rebounds for Saranac, while Michelle Favreau recorded five steals and Kelsey Newell, three assists.

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Saranac 47, Bethpage 29

Bethpage (29)

Esposito 1-0-2, Schultheis 1-1-3, Karpinski 0-1-1, Ganz 0-2-2, McGrath 3-6-12, Banos 3-2-8, Katsaros 0-0-0, Ross 0-1-1. Totals: 8-13-29.

Saranac (47)

Morrow 1-0-2, M. Favreau 2-0-4, D. Fournia 1-1-3, Newell 1-2-5, Pfeiffer 0-1-1, Ashline 0-0-0, H. Favreau 0-0-0, C. Fournia 6-3-16, McCasland 1-2-4, Myers 5-0-10, Buckley 1-0-2. Totals: 18-9-47.

Bethpage 1 13 1 14 -- 29

Saranac 13 10 13 11 -- 47

3-point goals: Saranac (2) Newell, C. Fournia.

JV: Saranac won.

Tuxedo 44

AuSable Valley 41

LAKE PLACID -- Kristin LeForte hit the front end of a one-and-one to break a 41-all tie and Mary O'Toole, following a Patriot turnover, put in a rebound to give Tuxedo its three-point win.

Shannon Nutbrown tossed in a game-high 22 points for AuSable Valley, including a steal and layup that tied the game at 41-all with 1:03 left.

The Patriots jumped out to an early 14-3 lead before Tuxedo rallied by outscoring the Patriots by a combined 23-14 over the third and fourth quarters.

"We definitely didn't have the legs in the second half," said AuSable Valley head coach Roger Long.

"They were small, but quick, and pounded the offensive glass. We were also turnover happy."

Caitlin O'Keefe led a balanced Tuxedo offensive attack with 11 points.

The Patriots are back on the court today at 11 a.m. when they host New Hartford.

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Tuxedo 44, AuSable Valley 41

Tuxedo (44)

Monteith 2-1-6, Hairstone 0-0-0, Santoi 0-0-0, LeForte 2-1-5, Diffley 0-0-0, O'Toole 4-0-8, Collins 3-0-6, Espel 4-0-8, Caitlin O'Keefe 4-2-11, Sahler 0-0-0. Totals 19-4-44.

AuSable Valley (41)

Saulsgiver 0-3-3, Difiore 2-0-4, Snyder 0-2-2, Coolidge 3-0-6, Taylor 1-1-3, Walton 0-1-1, Nutbrown 7-6-22. Totals 13-13-41.

Tuxedo 7 14 14 9 -- 44

AuSable Valley 14 13 6 8 -- 41

3-point goals: Tuxedo (2) Monteith, O'Keefe. AuSable Valley (2) Nutbrown 2.

New Hartford 70

Peru 43

LAKE PLACID -- A hot-shooting New Hartford team raced out to a 39-23 halftime lead and handed the Indians (7-1 overall) their first loss of the season.

Nicole Karam led the way for New Hartford with a game-high 24 points.

"They were very good," said Peru head coach Ryon O'Connell. "They shot the ball very well -- they hit 11 three-pointers."

Jenna Ruff was the leading scorer for Peru with 17 points and Erin Sullivan added nine.

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New Hartford 70, Peru 43

New Hartford (70)

Karam 7-7-24, Prue 3-1-9, Carcone 3-2-10, Furgaz 4-3-14, Kennedy 2-1-5, Dessaro 0-0-0, Tizzano 0-0-0, Tevsharary 0-2-2, Kuhn 0-0-0, Mackley 1-1-4, Kaitlin 0-0-0. Totals: 21-17-70.

Peru (43)

Flynn 1-0-3, Ewald 0-0-0, Ruff 8-1-17, Burzak 0-0-0, Hackett 1-2-4, Sullivan 3-1-9, Tourville 0-0-0, McGinn 1-4-6, Bradley 0-0-0, King 2-0-4. Totals: 16-8-43.

New Hartford 18 21 15 16 -- 70

Peru 12 11 7 13 -- 43

3-point goals: New Hartford (11) Karam 3, Furgaz 3, Carcone 2, Prue 2, Mackley. Peru (3) Sullivan 2, Flynn.

Ward-Melville 72

NCCS 37

LAKE PLACID -- Kristin Sells hit five three-pointers and had 23 totals points to lead Ward-Melville over Northeastern Clinton.

Ward-Melville grabbed a 33-20 halftime lead and never looked back. The winners then went on to score 22 points in the third quarter to spread their lead.

The Cougars (4-1, 5-3) were held to just 17 points in the final two quarters.

Ward-Melville hit eight three-pointers in the match which helped them to extend their lead.

Tiana Williams had a solid game for Ward-Melville with 13 points.

Courtney Brooks paced Northeastern with 12 points, five steals and seven rebounds.

"Brooks played a really nice game," NCCS coach Andy Landry said.

"They shot the ball better than we did and we made 9 of 18 from the free throw and they went 14 of 17. It was a good experience to play a AA' school."

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Ward-Melville 72, NCCS 37

Ward (72)

Degraw 0-0-0, Meare 1-3-6, Ka. Sells 1-0-3, Hollins 4-2-11, Carballbiar 5-2-12, Kr. Sells 9-0-23, Gigher 0-0-0, Williams 5-3-13, Kaydirwski 0-4-4. Totals: 17-14-72

NCCS (37)

Rabideau 2-0-5, Dragoon 0-0-0, Garrand 3-0-7, J. Bechard 0-0-0, Macey 0-2-2, Coryea 0-2-2, McComb 2-1-5, Brooks 6-0-12, Franke 0-1-1, Bulriss 0-1-1, M. Bechard 0-2-2, LaValley 0-0-0 Totals: 11-9-37

Ward 19 14 22 17 -- 72

NCCS 9 11 8 9 -- 37

3-point goals: Ward (8): Meare, Ka. Sells, Hollins, Kr. Sells (5). NCCS (2): Rabideau, Garrand.

Seton Catholic 38

Saranac Lake 15

LAKE PLACID -- Kara Stark scored 12 points and Renee Egan chipped in with 11 to lead Seton Catholic to victory in the final game of the Olympic Center Holiday Hoopfest.

The Knights jumped out to a 10-0 lead after one quarter and were never in trouble.

Katie O'Reilly Morgan scored seven points for Saranac Lake.

Seton Catholic will take on Tuxedo at 10 a.m. today in Lake Placid in a non-league game.

Seton Catholic 38, Saranac Lake 15

Saranac Lake (15)

Morgan 3-0-7, Barden 1-0-2, Brewer 2-0-4, Martin 0-2-2, J. Cummings 0-0-0, McDonough 0-0-0, A. Cummings 0-0-0, Radoncic 0-0-0, Lincoln 0-0-0, Dora 0-0-0. Totals 6-2-15.

Seton Catholic (38)

Stark 5-2-12, Rabideau 1-0-2, Harris 3-0-6, Polhemus 2-2-7, Egan 5-1-11, Lawrence 0-0-0, Masten 0-0-0, Zelas 0-0-0. Totals 16-5-38.

Saranac Lake 0 9 4 2 -- 15

Seton Catholic 10 9 11 8 -- 38

3-point goals: SL (1) Morgan. SC (1) Polhemus.

Westport 45

Beekmantown 37

LAKE PLACID -- Virginia Dorsey and Martha McKinley scored 15 points each to lead Westport past Beekmantown in a non-league game part of the Hoopfest.

Westport and Beekmantown battled through the first half with the game deadlocked at 21-all.

The game remained close throughout the third quarter but Westport broke out with 14 points in the fourth quarter. Westport outscored Beekmantown 14-5 in the remained quarter to seal the victory.

To go along with her 15 points. Dorsey added 12 rebounds. Courtney Bouyea paced Beekmantown with 12 points.

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Westport 45, Beekmantown 37

Westport (45)

Hopkins 1-0-2, White 0-2-2, Hathaway 2-1-5, Rodriquez 0-1-1, McKinley 6-3-15, Sherman 0-0-0, Gibbs 1-3-5, Dorsey 6-3-15. Totals: 16-13-45.

Beekmantown (37)

Chatland 0-0-0, S. Passano 1-0-2, C. Passano 5-0-10, LaValley 0-0-0, Bradish 1-1-3, Trombley 2-0-4, Fesette 3-0-6, O'Connell 0-0-0, Bouyea 5-0-12. Totals: 17-1-37.

Westport 8 13 10 14 -- 45

Beekmantown 12 9 11 5 -- 37

3-point goals: Beekmantown (2): Bouyea (2)

Chazy Tourney

Chazy 37

Chateaugay 36

CHAZY -- Brittany Godreau's layup with 23 seconds left in regulation gave the Eagles a one-point victory over the previously-unbeaten Bulldogs.

Godreau finished with 19 points, four steals and four assists to lead Chazy (5-2), while Samantha Lavigne added 12 points and Jesse-May Blake nine rebounds.

Lauren LaBare tossed in 11 points to lead Chateaugay (6-1) and Katie Hamelin added 10.

"It went back-and-forth all night," said Chazy head coach Tuesday Barcomb.

Brushton-Moira 42,

Elizabethtown-Lewis 27

Candice Dufrane tallied 17 points, including 15 in the second half to power the Panthers, who were the lone team to go 2-0 in the event.

Whitney Sevey scored seven points for Brushton-Moira and played a strong overall contest.

Katie Gibson paced the Lions with 11 points and Riley Diemand added 10 points and 10 rebounds.

The all-tournament team included Brushton-Moira's Dufrane, Chazy's Lavigne and Godreau, E'town-Lewis' Katie Gibson and Chateaugay's LaBare.

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Chazy 37, Chateaugay 36

Chateaugay (36)

Hamelin 4-1-10, A. Swanston 0-0-0, LaBare 5-0-11, E. Trombly 1-0-2, Fowler 3-0-6, D. Swanston 0-0-0, M. Trombly 2-0-5, Harrigan 1-0-2. Totals 16-1-36.

Chazy (37)

Jeffords 0-0-0, Godreau 9-0-19, Lavigne 4-4-12, Blake 0-0-0, Pepper 2-0-4, Wilson 1-0-2. Totals 16-4-37.

Chateaugay 10 9 8 9 -- 36

Chazy 6 13 8 10 -- 37

3-point goals: Chateaugay (3) Hamelin, LaBare, Trombly. Chazy (1) Godreau.

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Brushton-Moira 42, E'town-Lewis 27

Brushton-Moira (42)

Sevey 2-2-7, Taylor 2-1-5, M. Russell 0-0-0, C. Russell 3-0-7, Keck 2-2-6, Dufrane 8-1-17, Hyde 0-0-0. Totals: 17-6-42.

E'town-Lewis (27)

Ke.. Gibson 1-2-4, Smith 0-0-0, Crowningshield 0-0-0, Dickerson 0-0-0, Marvin 0-0-0, Pajak 0-0-0, Pellerin 0-0-0, Plante 1-0-2, Ka. Gibson 3-5-11, Denton 0-0-0, Diemand 5-0-10. Totals: 10-7-27.

Brushton-Moira 11 8 7 16 -- 42

E'town-Lewis 11 6 6 4 -- 27

3-point goals: Brushton-Moira (2) Sevey, C. Russell.

Oswego Tourney

Malone 59

Curtis 34

OSWEGO -- Alyson Johnson scored eight points and Haley Poupore seven in a 21-9 third-quarter run as Malone's Franklin Academy pulled away to a solid victory over Curtis High School in the opening round of the Oswego Holiday Tournament.

The Huskies (8-1 overall) built up a 23-18 lead at the half before breaking it open after intermission.

"We played good defense -- as good a defense as we have played all season," said Malone head coach Mike Wescott.

Poupore finished with 19 points, seven rebounds and five steals, while Alyson Johnson added 15 points, including four three-pointers, five rebounds and four assists.

Ashley Marshall chipped in with eight points, four rebounds and five assists for Malone, and Erica Johnson helped out with five rebounds and three assists.

Malone plays host Oswego in the championship game today at 4:45 p.m.

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Malone 59, Curtis 34

Malone (59)

A. Marshall, 4-0-8, E. Johnson 3-0-6, A. Johnson 4-3-15, K. Johnson 2-0-4, Aguglia 0-2-2, Patterson 1-1-3, Poupore 9-1-19, B. Marshall 1-0-2, Edwards 0-0-0, Premo 0-0-0, Flick 0-0-0, Sharlow 0-0-0. Totals: 24-7-59.

Curtis (34)

Jackson 1-0-2, Standifer 0-3-3, Lamideau 0-1-1, Clay 5-1-12, Roche 1-0-2, McCauley 3-6-12, Singleton 1-0-2. Totals: 11-11-34.

Malone 9 14 21 15 -- 59

Curtis 8 8 9 9 -- 34

3-point goals: Malone (4). A. Johnson 4. Curtis (1) Clay.

Cindy Brady Tournament

Lisbon 37,

Tupper Lake 34, OT

HEUVELTON -- The Tupper Lake Lumberjacks hope they have seen the last of Heuvelton for a while.

The Jacks, who came into the Cindy Brady Tournament riding a six-game winning streak, fell for the second time in as many nights Thursday, dropping an overtime decision to Lisbon in the consolation game.

"When you shoot 17 percent from the field, that won't get it done," Tupper Lake Coach Jen Vroman said.

Tupper Lake (6-2) didn't fare any better at the free-throw line where it was just 8-for-21. Lisbon, on the other hand, connected on 13 of 19 attempts.

Bridget Teele, who led all scorers with 14 points, was 4-for-4 from the line in the overtime to seal Tupper Lake's fate.

Sophomore Taylor Keniston tallied 10 points to lead Tupper Lake while Kelsey Hamilton chipped in with eight to go with 10 rebounds.

The Lumberjacks have been without veteran forward Ceili Callaghan, who is out indefinitely recuperating from an appendicitis attack.

Tupper Lake returns to conference play Wednesday in Massena.

Lisbon 37, Tupper Lake 34, OT

Lisbon (37)

DeCelles 0-2-2, Matthews 1-0-2, Bush 0-0-0, LaTulipe 1-1-3, Teele 5-4-14, James 3-0-6, Walker 0-0-0, Putney 0-0-0, Crossett 2-3-7, Beldock 0-3-3. Totals 12-13-37.

Tupper Lake (34)

Aldridge 2-1-5, Chartier 1-1-3, Hamilton 3-2-8, B. Keniston 3-0-6, T. Keniston 3-4-10, LaBarge 0-0-0, Lawyer 1-0-2. Totals 13-8-34.

Lisbon 4 6 6 12 9 -- 37

Tupper Lake 4 9 8 7 6 -- 34

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