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High school basketball wrapup

Argyle established a 20-2 lead in the first quarter, setting the pace for the game. They contained the offense virtually to one player, Junior Forward Joe Aiken, who scored 16 points - including two 3-pointers - for North Warren, but Aiken's teammates were limited to 4 or fewer.

Fort Edward 44

Warrensburg 35

FORT EDWARD -- Warrensburg enjoyed a 22-17 halftime lead, but was buried in a 20-point offensive attack in the fourth quarter to lose this Dec. 11 league opener.

Burgher Senior Brendan Frye led his team with 13 points, followed by Junior Ryan Belden and Senior Mike Perrone with 8 apiece.

Girls Basketball

Bolton 57,

Johnsburg 26

JOHNSBURG - With an inspired offensive attack, the Eagles charged to an early 37-10 lead, then cruising to a decisive victory Dec. 14. Leading the way were Senior Danielle St. Amour with 18 points and Junior Dominique Jean Servelli with 11. Senior Meredith Chamberliain and Junior Alana Peterson added 8 apiece, and Senior Montana Reilly contributed 6.

Bolton's Junior Varsity squad won their game in overtime.

Fort Edward 50

Warrensburg 8

WARRENSBURG -- Burgher defense had a hard time containing the hot playmaking of Fort Edward in this Adirondack League loss Dec. 11. The undefeated Forts began their game with a 17-1 first-quarter margin and cruised through an 18-0 third stanza later on.

The Burgher Junior Varsity squad, however, won their game.

Lake George 57

Hartford 34

LAKE GEORGE -- Junior Brittany Baker showed her offensive prowess Dec. 11 in leading her disciplined, talented team with 15 points to a 57-34 victory over Hartford. Her scoring attack included three 3-pointers.

Sara Anderson not only aided 14 with points, but led the Warrior defense with four blocks and six steals as Lake George began its campaign to defend its 2008-09 Adirondack League title. Junior Kelly Flaherty added 12 points for the Warriors, Followed by Junior Caroline Murphy with 9.

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