Girls Basketball

Elizabethtown-Lewis 40, Bolton 37

BOLTON - The Lions spoiled Bolton's senior night with a last-minute go-ahead play in MVAC girls basketball Feb. 11.

Trailing for much of the game, Bolton grabbed the lead in the fourth quarter, where they outscored Elizabethtown-Lewis 14-11.

Ahead by two with 50 seconds to go the Eagles took a quick shot and missed. Elizabethtown-Lewis guard Kelsey Gibson grabbed the loose ball, took it the length of the court, and got fouled while connecting on her only field goal of the game. The free throw was good and gave the Lions the lead for the remainder of the game.

Riley Diemand put up a triple-double for Elizabethtown-Lewis with 23 points, 16 rebounds and 10 steals. Gibson added eight rebounds, seven steals and five assists.

Amanda Moffitt finished with 14 points and 13 rebounds to lead Bolton while Katie Bliley pitched in nine points and five steals.

Schroon Lake 54, Keene 30

KEENE - The Wildcats continued their winning ways against an upset-minded Keene squad in MVAC girls basketball Feb. 11.

Schroon Lake accumulated a 21-point lead, holding the Beavers to just 13 points before halftime.

Korinne Talham and Rebecca Armstrong led the Wildcats with 10 points apeice as all eight players on their roster scored at least four.

Emma Nye hit three 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 23 points for Keene.

AuSable Valley 57, Ticonderoga 45

TICONDEROGA - The Patriots powered past Ticonderoga in the first half to cruise to yet another victory in CVAC girls basketball Feb. 13.

After a highly defensive first quarter, AuSable Valley took an 8-4 lead, but exploded in the second quarter, outscoring the Sentinels 20-9.

Michelle Taylor hit five 3-pointers to finish with a game-high 20 points for the Patriots. Alexis Coolidge added 14 and Kayla Taylor 11.

Jocelyn Barber was the only Ticonderoga player in double figures with 10.

Willsboro 49, Keene 37

WILLSBORO - Willsboro made light work of the Beavers in MVAC girls basketball Feb. 13.

Ashley Sherman led the charge for the Warriors with 13 points, 10 rebounds and nine steals as Willsboro held the lead throughout the game.

Jennifer Murphy scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, adding a second double-double for Willsboro.

Emma Nye accounted for much of the Keene offense with 21 points.

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