Regular season ends, bring on sectionals

Jesse Montanye led the Mountaineers with eight points. Brandon Poulton and Tatsuki Miyazato put up six points each. Roger Kelly, Morgan Winslow, Chris O'Connor and Jonas Urwyler finished with one basket. Dylan Saville finished with one point.

Girls Basketball

Tupper Lake 46

Indian/Long Lake 41

TUPPER LAKE - Tupper Lake finished their regular season in a win over Indian Lake-Long Lake on Feb 8.

The Orange fought until the end and cut a late deficit to three points with just over two minutes to go.

However, two fourth-quarter 3-pointers from Sam Sanford and solid rebounding from Tayler Keniston helped Tupper Lake hang on.

Hunter Aldridge led Tupper Lake in scoring with 12 points, and Carley Aldridge netted 10.

Carli Reynolds paced the Orange with 16 points, while teammate Allison Pine added 10.

Elizabeth Hamden finished with eight points, Murphy Farrell had five and Melanie Pierson totaled one basket.

Indian Lake-Long Lake 50

Minerva-Newcomb 24

OLMSTEDVILLE - Liz Hamden scored a game-high 16 points and had four steals as the Orange beat Minerva-Newcomb and improve their league record to 9-1 on Feb. 9.

Allison Pine finished with 11 points and nine rebounds and Carli Reynolds chipped in with 10 points, 11 rebounds and five assists.

Murphy Farrell had 7 points, while Melanie Pierson, Sydney Hinckley and Sierra Olbert finished with two points apiece.

Larissa Roy had seven points for Mountaineers and Rebecca Bolan finished with five points. Charly Egli had four points, while Brianna Hammond, Renna Yandon and Amanda Belotti each had two points.

E'town-Lewis 46

Minerva\Newcomb 22

ELIZABETHTOWN - Elizabethtown-Lewis outscored Minerva\Newcomb, 25-2, in the second quarter to pull away to its win on Feb. 11.

Shonna Brooks led the Lions with 16 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks, while Lily Whalen followed with 15 points and Kearstin Ashline, eight points, six rebounds and four assists. Kylee Cassavaugh chipped in with eight steals.

Rebecca Bolan led the Mountaineers with six points. Charly Egli, Renna Yandon and Amanda Belotti finished with four points apiece and both Hillary Bureau and Marlena Peter finished with one basket each.

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