Saranac 67, NAC 19
The Lady Chiefs held a 30-3 advantage after the first quarter of its win Feb. 4, against the Lady Bobcats.
Tori Phanuef scored 12 points to go with 13 rebounds in the win for the Chiefs, while Megan Bowman scored 11 points, Stephanie Linder scored eight points, Kaitlyn Hardman scored seven points, Morgan O'Connell, Morgan Maye and Lauren Myers scored six points, Kristen Keysor scored four points and Becka Horton scored three points.
Tiffany Provost scored eight points for the Bobcats, while Jillian Scott scored six points, Katelynn King scored three points and Rachel Wilson scored two.
Chateaugay used a 20-1 run in the opening quarter to get past the Lady Eagles Feb. 4.
Olivia Seymour scored 13 points to pace the Eagles, while Megan Reynolds scored five points and Amber Polomsky scored four points.
The Lady Patriots used a 31-10 first half to beat the Lady Eagles Feb. 4.
Alexis Coolidge led the Patriots with 20 points in the game, while Kayla Taylor scored 13 points, Alexis Facteau scored 12 points, Cammy Keyser scored seven points, Alex Casey scored three points and Savannah Douglas scored two points.
Shannon Ryan scored 12 points for the Eagles, while Emily Anderson and Nicole Shepler scored six points, Grace Kelly scored three points and the duo of Michelle Cressey and Melissa Offman scored two points.
PHS 57, Seton 19
The Lady Hornets scored a 10-1 opening quarter and a 21-5 third quarter to score a win against the Lady Knights Feb. 4.
Marle Curle led the Hornets with 18 points, while Emily Manchester scored 11 points, Brin Kesyer, Kianna Dragoon and Olivia Carlsson scored eight point and the duo of Justine Rotz and Jackie Moore scored two points.
Lyndale Nephew scored six points to pace the Knights, while Megan Tedford scored five points, with Kate Schofield and Eva Zalis scoring two points.
The Chazy Lady Eagles got 18 points from Olivia Seymour and 16 more from Megan Reynolds in beating their namesakes from Beekmantown Feb. 5.
Shannon Ryan scored 16 points in the loss for Beekmantown, while Grace Kelly and nicole Shepler each scored five points.