Ticonderoga reached the championship game of the Section VII Class C girls basketball tournament with a 37-14 win against Northern Adirondack Feb. 26.
The Sentinels played Seton Catholic for the Class C title Friday at SUNY-Plattsburgh.
Seton, 8-10 on the season, had a bye into the championship game since there are just three Class C teams in the girls field. Ti entered the title tilt with a 7-10 mark.
Leading 3-2 after one quarter, the Sentinels took control against NAC with an 11-0 run before halftime.
Jocelyn Barber had 13 points for Ti.
Moriah 42, Willsboro 36
Moriah topped Willsboro, 42-36, in the second round of the Section VII Class D girls basketball tournament Feb. 26.
The Vikings, who had a bye in the first round, lead 19-16 before going on a 9-1 run to end the first half for a 28-17 lead.
Willsboro got within a bucket in the second half, but no closer.
Sam Slattery had 11 points for Moriah, which took a 7-10 record into the tourney semifinals against top-seed Westport.
Westport 43, Schroon 26
Westport eliminated Schroon lake, 43-26, in the second round of the Section VII Class D girls basketball tournament Feb. 26.
The Eagles streaked to a 15-6 lead and never looked back.
Jocelyn Bowen had 14 points and Mindy Whitty 10 for Schroon.
Schroon 41, Crown Point 29
Schroon rallied to defeat Crown Point, 41-29, in the opening round of the Section VII Class D girls basketball tournament Feb. 23.
Trailing at the intermission, Schroon opened the second half with a 17-6 run to take command.
Jocelyn Bowen keyed the spurt and finished with 17 points for the Wildcats. Mindy Whitty added 10 markers for the winners.
Marissa Titus tallied 10 points for Crown Point.