Bolton 41, Willsboro 39
WILLSBORO - The Eagles rallied to squeak past Willsboro in MVAC boys basketball Feb. 5.
Mitchell Jordan's free throws capped off an 11-5 run for Bolton in the fourth quarter to overcome the Warriors' late lead. Dom Pfau led with a game-high 13 points in a balanced effort.
Clay Sherman and Alex Hamel paced Willsboro with 11 and nine points, respectively.
Indian/Long Lake 44, Elizabethtown-Lewis 21
INDIAN LAKE - The Lions struggled to score against a tough Orange defense in MVAC boys basketball Feb. 8.
Kris Bain dominated in the paint with 21 points and 10 rebounds for Indian/Long Lake while Zach Mitchell chipped in with six points and six assists.
Hunter Mowery once again led the scoring for Elizabethtown-Lewis, which fell behind 29-10 in the first half.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 34, Bolton 25
ELIZABETHTOWN - Shonna Brooks posted another double-double and the Lions put together a pair of consecutive wins with a victory over Bolton in MVAC girls basketball Feb. 4.
Brooks' 13 points and 10 rebounds helped propel Elizabethtown to a 23-9 halftime lead and hold off a late rally by the Eagles.
Danielle St. Amour scored nine of her 11 points in the third quarter when the Lions were held scoreless.
Lindsay Whalen added six points for Elizabethtown and Kyle Cassavaugh notched four to go along with five steals and three assists.
Schroon Lake 53, Keene 35
KEENE - A slow start proved costly for Keene as they fell to the Wildcats in MVAC girls basketball Feb. 4.
Schroon Lake put together a 24-10 lead in the first quarter and led by as much as 25 behind the 19-point effort of Jocelyn Bowen. Mindy Whitty and Ashley Subra each added 10.
The Beavers were led by Emma Nye, who hit five free-throws to finish with 14 points. Jessica Caner added eight points.