With the win, Lake George advances to 6-2 in the Adirondack League.
ARGYLE - A balanced, furious scoring assault by Argyle buried Warrensburg in a 69-33 game Jan. 15.
Four Argyle players recorded double figures in scoring, and eight lit up the scoreboard in the game held on the Scots' home floor. Argyle standout Lexi McWhorter scored 17 points and had nine steals in their win.
The Scots' blistering offensive attack resulted in a 24-8 first quarter. Burgher standout eighth-grader Brittany DeCrescente scored 10 of her 12 game points in the second quarter, which was the team's bright spot, as they outshot Argyle 13-9 in the period.
However, the Scots regained their momentum, outscoring the Burghers 20-6 in the third stanza.
Assisting DeCrescente were Senior Kaitlin May with six points, Sophomore Ashlie Morehouse and Junior Kate Kuklinski with four, and Senior Kate Taddeo with three and Sophomores Tessa Acuna and Isabella Szabo with two.
Keene 28 OT
KEENE - Junior Eagle standout Dominique-Jean Servelli hit a shot on the fly with about a half-minute to go in overtime to give Bolton a 30-28 win Jan. 14 over Keene.
With the victory, the Bolton Eagles Girls Varsity team advanced to 6-2 in the Mountain and Valley conference. In the game, Servelli recorded 10 points, while Senior teammate Danielle St. Amour tallied a game-high 14 points.
Keene was trailing through much of the contest, but launched a 13-5 fourth-quarter rally to push the game into overtime.
For Bolton, Juniors Alana Peterson and Charlotte Caldwell and Sophomore Roselynn Denne all chipped in with two points each.
Lake George 44,
LAKE GEORGE - With shrewd playmaking, the Lake George Girls Basketball team overcame a solid Corinth effort Jan. 12 and put forth a tenacious defense to secure a 44-24 Adirondack League victory against Corinth.