Sports Shorts for the week 1/30

AuSable Valley led by seven at the half, outscoring the Sentinels in every quarter.. That lead got cut to six late in the fourth, but the Patirots held on for the win.

Jesse Perkins and Nate Lenhart led Ticonderoga with 11 and 10, respectively.

Girls Basketball

Crown Point 42, Elizabethtown-Lewis 28

CROWN POINT - The older Panthers proved to be a tough matchup for Elizabethtown-Lewis in MVAC girls basketball Jan. 20.

Jessica Potter scored 19 to lead Crown Point and Marissa Titus added 15 in an otherwise cold shooting night for both teams.

Kearstin Ashline led the Lions with 12 points. Lindsay Whalen and Shonna Brooks added six and five, respectively.

Westport 47, Chazy 16

CHAZY - Westport extended their unbeaten streak with a win over Chazy in MVAC girls basketball Jan. 20.

Kalika Hopkins scored 16 to lead the visiting Eagles, who outscored Chazy 27-4 in the second and third quarters.

Willa McKinley, Martha McKinley, and Valentina Rodriguez each chipped in eight for Westport.

AuSable Valley 57, Ticonderoga 30

TICONDEROGA - The Sentinels had some difficulty with AuSable Valley's pressure defense in CVAC girls basketball Jan. 21.

The Patriots opened with a 22-4 run and outscored Ticonderoga in every quarter as they rolled to an easy divisional win.

Every AuSable Valley player scored, led by Alexis Coolidge with 17. Kayla and Michelle Taylor each hit two 3-pointers and finished with nine.

Jamie Patchett accounted for half of the Sentinels' offense with 15 points.

Willsboro 72, Schroon Lake 68, OT

SCHROON LAKE - A late fourth quarter rally allowed the Warriors to slip past Schroon Lake in MVAC girls basketball Jan. 22.

Hannah Bruno scored eight of her 16 points in the fourth quarter to help erase the Wildcats' nine-point lead. Alicia Mahoney was once again instrumental with 19 points and Krystal Potter netted a career-high 18.

Led by the 25-point performance of Mindy Whitty, Schroon Lake led by just one at the half, but outsccred the Warriors 19-8 in the third quarter. Jocelyn Bowen added 18 for the Wildcats.

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