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Ticonderoga, Moriah, Schroon win

Basketball teams victorious

Crown Point’s Amanda Wolf fights through the Willsboro defense for a score in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference play. Wolf led the Panthers with 11 points, bit Willsboro won, 32-28.

Crown Point’s Amanda Wolf fights through the Willsboro defense for a score in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference play. Wolf led the Panthers with 11 points, bit Willsboro won, 32-28. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Girls basketball

Seton 43, Ticonderoga 37

Ticonderoga dropped a 43-37 decision to Seton Catholic in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Dec. 10.

Seton led from the start, building a 26-16 lead at the half. Kelli Ryan led the Knights with 18 points.

Ticonderoga got 15 points from Andrea Rich. Kylie Austin and Keely Cooper each had six markers for the Sentinels.

Willsboro 32, Crown Point 28

Willsboro rallied in the second half to beat Crown Point, 32-28, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Dec. 9.

Crown Point led at the intermission, 16-13, but Willsboro opened the second half with an 11-4 run that proved to be the difference.

Amanda Wolf scored 11 points and Marissa Titus 10 for the Panthers.

Minerva-Newcomb 41, Schroon 36

Schroon lost to Minerva-Newcomb, 41-36, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Dec. 9.

The game was close throughout with Minerva-Newcomb holding a slight lead all the way.

Lindsay Reynolds had 12 points, Kate Rose 11 and Gabe Harvey 10 for Schroon Lake.

Bowling

Ticonderoga defeated

Northeastern Clinton swept past Ticonderoga in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Dec. 9.

Ti dropped the boys match, 7-3.

Konner Bruce fired a 520 series and Joe Johns a 242 game for the Sentinels.

Ticonderoga lost the girls match, 3-1.

Jordan McKee paced the Sentinels with a 211 game and 558 series.

Moriah falls

Moriah lost to Beekmantown in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Dec. 9.

The Vikings were defeated in the boys match, 10-0.

Dillon Adkins had a a pair of 174 games and a 468 series for the locals.

Moriah dropped the girls match, 4-0.

Tori Fleury had a 117 game and 324 series for the Vikings.

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