Saranac handles Plattsburgh

KAYLA BREEN/STAFF PHOTOSaranac's Jared Duquette (21) goes up for a layup during a Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball game Tuesday against Plattsburgh High in Plattsburgh.

PLATTSBURGH — Connor Recore (30) and Jared Duquette (23) combined for 53 points in Saranac's 68-55 victory over Plattsburgh High in boys Champlain Valley Athletic Conference basketball Tuesday.

“Saranac is a big team, and we just did not have an answer inside for Recore or Duquette,” Hornets coach Christopher Hartmann said. “Saranac had one basket outside the paint in the second half, and we just could not match up with their size.”

Plattsburgh's Kurt Ouellette tossed in 18 points, and Ian DeTulleo and Dylan Garrant picked up 12 and 10 points for the Hornets, respectively.

Jacob Pierce added seven points for the Chiefs.

“I am proud of our effort,” Hartmann said. “Liam Perkins added 10 rebounds, and Garrant had eight rebounds and four assists.”

Saranac 68, Plattsburgh High 55

Saranac (68)

Burns 1-0-2, Carter 0-0-0, Liberty 0-0-0, Mather 1-1-4, Hebert 0-0-0, Recore 12-5-30, Duquette 8-5-23, Johnston 1-0-2, Pierce 2-2-7. Totals: 25-13-68.

Plattsburgh High (55)

DeTulleo 5-1-12, Channell 1-1-4, Perkins 2-0-5, Garrant 4-1-10, Oulette 8-0-18, C. King 2-2-6, M. King 0-0-0, Lemza 0-0-0. Totals: 22-5-55.

Halftime- Saranac 39-25.

3 point goals- Plattsburgh High (6) DeTulleo, Channell, Perkins, Garrant, Oulette 2. Saranac (5) Mather, Duquette 2, Pierce, Recore.

TICONDEROGA 63

NORTHERN ADIRONDACK 59 (OT)

ELLENBURG — Brayton Molina and Monty Benedict registered 13 points apiece to lead the Sentinels past the Bobcats.

Braden Perry and Brock Huestis each earned 12 points for Ticonderoga.

“Ticonderoga connected on five 3-point field goals in the second half and built a seven-point lead, 52-45, with just under two minutes remaining in the game,” Northern Adirondack coach Nate Bilow said. “NAC wouldn't quit and a 3-pointer from Lucas Smart as time expired sent the gym into hysteria and the game into overtime.

“Ticonderoga maintained composure and was able to outlast the home team for the victory.”

The Bobcats' Lambert earned a double-double with 15 rebounds and a game-high 28 points, and Smart came through with 16 points, 12 rebounds and five assists for Northern Adirondack.

Tommy Bergeron added 11 points for the Bobcats, and the teams were tied 22-all at halftime.

"Not a bad game to be a part of,” Bilow said. “Would've been better to walk away with a win though."

Ticonderoga 63, Northern Adirondack 59 (OT)

Ticonderoga (63)

Yaw 0-0-0, Tierney 1-2-5, Ott 0-0-0, T. Benedict 3-1-8, Molina 5-1-13, Perry 4-2-12, M. Benedict 4-2-13, Huestis 6-0-12. Totals: 23-8-63.

Northern Adirondack (59)

Bergeron 5-0-11, Smart 7-1-16, Guerin 0-0-0, Lafountain 2-0-4, Coryea 0-0-0, Lambert 10-7-28. Totals: 24-8-59.

Halftime- Northern Adirondack 22, Ticonderoga 22.

3 point goals- Ticonderoga (9) Molina 2, M. Benedict 3, T. Benedict, Tierney, Perry 2. Northern Adirondack (3) Bergeron, Smart, Lambert.

AUSABLE VALLEY 80

SARANAC LAKE 53

CLINTONVILLE — Eli Douglas finished with 21 points and five steals, Korvin Dixon 17 points and six rebounds and Carter Matzel 15 points and eight rebounds for the Patriots.

Nate Doner added eight rebounds for AuSable Valley.

Nate McCarthy tossed in 13 points for the Red Storm, while Brady Yandow, Landon Faubert and Zachary Churco all added nine.

“Saranac Lake came out strong and broke AuSable Valley's press,” Patriots coach Jamie Douglass said. “They hit four three-pointers in transition and jumped out to a 20-13 first-quarter lead.

“We then made the necessary offensive adjustments and outscored the Red Storm, 33-10, to take a 46-30 lead into halftime.

AuSable Valley 80, Saranac Lake 53

Saranac Lake (53)

Yandow 3-0-9, Rockhill 1-0-2, McCarthy 4-5-13, Gagnon 0-0-0, Catania 3-2-8, Stewart 1-0-3, L. Faubert 3-0-9, Churco 4-0-9, G. Faubert 0-0-0. Totals: 19-7-53.

AuSable Valley (80)

Hanf 2-1-5, Daby 0-0-0, Perez 3-2-9, R, Doner 2-0-5, E. Snow 0-0-0, Garcia 1-0-2, E. Snow 0-0-0, Matzel 6-3-15, Douglas 9-3-21, N. Doner 3-0-6, Dixon 8-1-17. Totals: 34-10-80.

Halftime- AuSable Valley, 46-30.

3 point goals- Saranac Lake (8) Yando 3, L. Faubert 3, Stewart, Churco. AVV (2) Perez, R. Doner.

BEEKMANTOWN 65

PERU 24

BEEKMANTOWN — Ian-James McCasland poured in 21 points and Andrew Sorrell added 14 to pace the Eagles.

Austin Rock scored 10 points and Caeden Carlo contributed eight to lead the Indians.

Beekmantown broke the game open in the second half after taking a 23-11 lead at the half.

“This was a good team win for us,” Eagles coach Ryan Converse said. “Our guys played great team defense and forced turnovers that got us some easy buckets. I'm proud of our effort.”

Beekmantown 65, Peru 24

Peru (24)

Premore 0-0-0, Rock 5-0-10, Burgette 0-0-0, LaPier 0-0-0, Carlo 3-0-8, Godfrey 2-1-5, Loefman 0-0-0, Bartholomew 0-1-1, Breen 0-0-0, Guay 0-0-0. Totals: 10-2-24.

Beekmantown (65)

French 0-0-0, Sorrell 4-4-14, VanNatten 1-0-2, Nephew 2-1-6, B. Mason 2-0-4, McCasland 8-4-21, Finley 2-2-6, LaPorte 1-0-2, V. Mason 1-0-2, Sarnow 0-0-0, Kelly 2-4-8. Totals: 23-15-65.

Halftime- Beekmantown, 23-11.

3 point goals- Peru (2) Carlo 2. Beekmantown (3) Sorrell 2, Nephew.

NON-LEAGUE

SCHROON LAKE 51

FORT ANN 36

FORT ANN — Andrew Pelkey tossed in a game-high 19 points to lead the Wildcats past the Cardinals.

Cian Bresnahan picked up 12 points for Schroon Lake, and Oliver Higgens and Isiah Pelkey each added six points for the Wildcats.

Fort Ann's Dylan Frost recorded 13 points, and Ty Loso (8) and Patrick Ward (7) combined for 15 points for the Cardinals.

Schroon Lake led 32-18 at halftime.

Schroon Lake 51, Fort Ann 36

Schroon Lake (51)

Loiselle 0-0-0, Higgens 3-0-6, Co. Bresnahan 2-1-5, A. Pelkey 9-0-19, Ci. Bresnahan 5-2-12, I. Pelkey 2-0-6, Foote 0-0-0, Mieras 0-3-3. Totals: 22-6-51.

Fort Ann (36)

Barnes 2-0-4, Frost 5-3-13, LaMotte 1-0-2, Loso 4-0-8, Ward 3-1-7, Zeh 1-0-2, Steves 0-0-0, Tracey 0-0-0. Totals: 16-3-36.

Halftime- Schroon Lake 32-18.

3 point goals- Schroon Lake (3) I. Pelkey 2, A. Pelkey.

GIRLS

MVAC

BOLTON 66

CROWN POINT 44

BOLTON — The Eagles' Maria Baker racked up 26 points in Bolton's victory over the Panthers.

“Alysha McGarr recorded a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds, Kate Van Auken recorded a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds and Maria Baker payed a great defensive game with six steals,” Bolton coach Luke Schweickert said.

Crown Point's Gabrielle Mazzotte tossed in 16 points, and Madison Munson registered 11 points for the Panthers.

Bolton 66, Crown Point 40

Crown Point (40)

Harmon 0-0-0, DeFelice 0-0-0, Gibbs 0-0-0, McIntosh 0-0-0, Munson 4-3-11, Mazotte 4-8-16, Kimball 3-1-7, Plunkett 0-2-2, LaMotte 2-0-4. Totals: 13-14-40.

Bolton (66)

Gollhofer 0-0-0, Van Auken 7-5-19, Pfau 1-0-3, Baker 11-4-26, Scott 1-0-2, Trowbridge 1-0-2, Varney 0-0-0, S. McGarr 2-0-4, Jennings 0-0-0 A. McGarr 5-0-10. Totals: 28-9-66.

Halftime- Bolton 37-15.

3 point goals- Bolton (1) Pfau.

BOQUET VALLEY 54

SETON CATHOLIC 35

ELIZABETHTOWN — Abbey Schwoebel registered 18 points for the Griffins in their defeat of the Knights.

“Despite being less than healthy, the Seton players played hard to the end,” Boquet Valley coach Hokey McKinley said. “Boquet Valley got 10 assists and 10 rebounds from Abbey Schwoebel and 10 rebounds from Bree Hunsdon.”

Hunson, Analise Burdo and Ella King each scored eight points for the Griffins, and Skylar Bisselle came through with nine.

Seton Catholic's Haley Murnane came through with a game-high 22 points, and Maddy Whalen picked up eight points for the Knights.

Boquet Valley 54, Seton Catholic 35

Seton Catholic (35)

Murname 8-3-22, Whalen 2-4-8, Rock-Perez 0-0-0, Johnston 1-0-2, Spriggs 1-1-3. Totals: 12-8-35.

Boquet Valley (54)

Burdo 3-2-8, Shaw 0-0-0, Ploufe 0-0-0, Stephens 0-0-0, Monty 0-0-0, Poe 1-1-3, Schwoebel 8-2-18, Thompson 0-0-0, Hunsdon 4-0-8, King 4-0-8, Bisselle 3-3-9. Totals: 23-8-54.

Halftime- Boquet Valley 23-10.

3 point goals- Seton Catholic (3) Murnane 3.

SCHROON LAKE 61

CHAZY 9

SCHROON LAKE — Malena Gereau came through with 31 points to lead the Wildcats past the Eagles.

Dakotah Cutting recorded 11 points and Saige Shaughnessy finished with eight for Schroon Lake.

Chazy's Mackenzie Chapman scored six points, and Hadley Lucas added a three-pointer for the Eagles.

Schroon Lake 61, Chazy 9

Chazy (9)

Chapman 3-0-6, Foshag 0-0-0, Lucas 1-0-3, Dufour-Woznicki 0-0-0, Blais 0-0-0, Smith 0-0-0, Huchro 0-0-0. Totals: 4-0-9.

Schroon Lake (61)

Cutting 5-1-11, Kowal 2-0-4, Buell 0-1-1, Hayden 3-0-6, Baker 0-0-0, Shaughnessy 4-0-8, Storman 0-0-0, Gereau 11-4-31. Totals: 25-6-61.

Halftime- Schroon Lake 32-2.

3 point goals- Schroon Lake (5) Gereau 5. Chazy (1) Lucas.

MONDAY

NORTHEASTERN CLINTON 45

RICE MEMORIAL 34

BURLINGTON, VT — Brynn Sample and Audi Hollister scored 11 points apiece to lead the Cougars to victory over Rice Memorial.

"The girls played a good game,” Northeastern Clinton coach Robb Garrand said. “We did a much better job containing some of their outside shooters in the second half.”

Kya McComb added nine points and Marlie Sample tossed in eight points for the Cougars.

“Any given night we can have a different leader on our team,” Garrand said. “The girls are working hard daily and I'm pleased with their effort, however we need to do a better job finishing some of the easy layups, putbacks, or shots that are close to the rim.”

Northeastern Clinton 45, Rice Memorial 34

Northeastern Clinton (45)

McComb 4-1-9, Racine 3-0-6, M. Sample 2-4-8, B. Sample 5-0-11, Hollister 5-0-11, Ba. LaFountain 0-0-0, Br. LaFountain 0-0-0. Totals: 19-5-45.

Rice Memorial (34)

Varin 4-0-10, Carsentin 0-0-0, Khadija 1-0-2, Hill 6-1-16, Alexander-Parker 2-1-5, Powell 0-0-0, Zurak 0-1-1. Totals: 13-3-34.

Halftime- Northeastern Clinton 26-15.

3 point goals- Northeastern Clinton (2) B. Sample, Hollister. Rice Memorial (5) Varin 2, Khadija 3.

Recommended for you