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Ticonderoga, Moriah record CVAC victories

Ticonderoga streaked to a big lead and beat Northern Adirondack, 58-26, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 31. Samantha Diehl hit a pair of treys to spark the Sentinels to a 17-0 lead. She finished with 17 points. Julie Thompson added 15 points and Juliann Many 12 for Ti. Moriah 54, Lake Placid 35 Kaylee Sprague had a big game to lead Moriah past Lake Placid, 54-35, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 31. Sprague scored 27 points. She hit three three-pointers in the third period as Lake Placid attempted to rally. ELCS 66, Crown Point 35 Elizabethtown-Lewis topped Crown Point, 66-35, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan, 31. The Lions raced to an 18-6 lead and never looked back. Jordan McGinness tallied 12 points for Crown Points. Indian-Long Lake 43, Schroon Lake 34 Schroon Lake jumped to a big lead, but couldnt hold on in a 43-34 defeat to Indian Lake-Long Lake in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan, 31. Despite leading 10-0 at the start, Schroon struggled as the Orange went on a 19-6 run to end the first half and take the lead. Ashley Whitty had nine points for Schroon. Saranac 57, Moriah 21 Moriah lost to Saranac, 57-21, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Feb. 4. Saranac raced to a 16-4 lead and extended its advantage to 34-10 at the half. Chelsea McKiernan had 10 points for Moriah. Ticonderoga 60, Saranac Lake 44 Ticonderoga beat Saranac Lake, 60-44, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Feb. 5. The Sentinels used a 21-11 run to close the first half and a 13-2 spurt to open the third period to secure the win. Julie Thompson scored 20 points to pace Ti. Kate Huestis added 16 points for the winners. Moriah 45, Beekmantown 38 Moriah pulled away late to beat Beekmantown, 45-38, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Feb. 5. Ahead by a point, the Vikings closed the game on a 14-8 run for the win. Kaylee Sprague scored 23 points for Moriah.

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