Week in Sports 12-11-10

Boys Basketball

Johnsburg 57

Hadley-Luzerne 55

JOHNSBURG - The Jaguars were down by eight points at the start of the fourth quarter. They made 15 free throws and scored 21 points in the final minutes to edge Hadley-Luzerne in a non-league boys basketball game Dec. 30.

The Jaguars improved their record to an undefeated 3 and 0 with the win.

Ben Richards scored 23 points in the victory, and teammate Taylor Ordway had 13 points with three 3-pointers. Nick Porter and Chet Prouty played strong games off the bench.

For Hadley-Luzerne, Josh Densmore and Devin Wait each scored 18 points with three 3-pointers apiece.

Indian Lake-Long Lake 56

King's School 22

INDIAN LAKE - The Orange shot very well in the first half to easily accept a non-league win over King's School Dec. 30.

Hank Evatt led the way with 14 points. Matt Moore and Matt Rusch each added 12 points. The Orange led 32-8 at halftime.

Ed Allen's nine points led the King's School.

Johnsburg 61

Wells 25

JOHNSBURG - Taylor Ordway scored 17 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead Johnsburg past Wells in the semifinals of the Jaguar invitational Dec. 3.

Ben Richards chipped in 13 points and Andrew Veldman finished with 10 points in the victory. The Jaguars remain undefeated.

Wells was led by Shane Raymond's 10 points. Wells will face Westport in the consolation game at 6 p.m.

Johnsburg 46

Elizabethtown 35

JOHNSBURG - Tournament MVP Taylor Ordway scored 16 points to lead the Jaguars to the win in the championship game of the Jaguar invitational Dec. 4.

All-tournament-team selection Ben Richards added 14 points, with Andrew Veldman contributing with 11.

Hunter Mowery scored 16 to lead Elizabethtown.

Girls Basketball

Minerva-Newcomb 44

Willsboro 38

NEWCOMB - Renna Yandon came just shy of a quadruple-double, scoring 13 points, pulling down 15 rebounds and recording seven steals and six blocks for Minerva-Newcomb in a Mountain and Valley Conference win over Willsboro Dec. 30.

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