High school basketball wrapup

Boys Basketball

Lake George 47,

Mechanicville 52

MECHANICVILLE - Lake George let a halftime lead of 26-23 slip away in this Dec. 14 non-league loss. Junior Center Matt McGowan, 6'6", scored 14 points in the game. Adding points were Warriors Alex Hladik with 8 points, J.D. Jenkins with six, followed by Jeff Maldonado, Cameron Dorman and Chambers with 5 apiece.

Bolton 44,

Westport 70

BOLTON LANDING - Bolton shooting sensation Dom Pfau continued his incredible long-distance scoring streak with four three-pointers, but it wasn't enough to overcome the powerful offense of Westport, which came roaring back from a 24-19 deficit Dec. 14 to win this league showdown 70-44. In the third quarter alone, Westport sank 26 points.

Top scorers for Bolton include Pfau with 18 points, Matthew Smith with 11 and Mitchell Jordan with nine.

Bolton's Junior Varsity squad won their game.

Bolton 38

Crown Point 49

BOLTON LANDING -- The Bolton Eagles' defense had trouble shutting down the shooting of Crown Point center John Budwick who scored a game-high 23 point in this league loss Dec. 11. Dominic Pfau led Bolton with 11 points, followed by Matt Smith and BIll Smith with 7 each and Tyler Calzada with 6.

Lake George 56,

Hartford 29

HARTFORD -- The Lake George Warriors overpowered Hartford 34-6 in the first half on their way to this 56-29 Adirondack League victory Dec. 11. Versatile center Matt McGowan led the Lake George Warriors with 19 points.

Among those adding points were Senior Kyle Burden with 8, Junior Matt Stover and Sophomore Aaron Chambers with 7 each, and Senior Chris Kosz with 6.

Burden and Chambers hit one 3-point goal apiece.

Argyle 59

North Warren 30

ARGYLE -- North Warren had a difficult time defending against the powerful offense of Argyle, which included Brian Humiston, son of the North Warren's coach Jason Humiston. Argyle's effort was aided by an impressive 14-for-15 tally from the free-throw line.

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