Boys Basketball

Warrensburg 60, Hadley Luzerne 53

WARRENSBURG - Warrensburg toughened up their defense and went on a fourth-quarter scoring rampage Tuesday Feb. 8 to defeat Hadley-Luzerne in the third quarter against Hadley-Luzerne 60-53 in this Adirondack League game. With his 13-point streak, Mike Curtis was primarily responsible for leading the Burghers in a game-ending rally of 25 points.

Curtis totaled 20 points with two three-pointers while Tyler Williams and John Joseph each had 15 points in the win. Nick Monroe had three points and Aaron Seeley finished with two.

Josh Densmore and Devin Waite each had 15 points and three three-pointers apiece in the loss.

Lake George 60, Lake George 31

LAKE GEORGE - Alex Hladik put up big numbers with 31 points to power Lake George to a victory over North Warren after being tied at the half Tuesday, Feb. 8.

Sports observers were surprised, however that the scrappy, athletic Cougars held up so well against the far taller team that is now ranked No. 2 in the state.

Matt McGowan tallied a double-double of 10 rebounds and 11 points for the Warriors, who outscored North Warren 41-12 in the second half.

For the Warriors, Aaron Chambers put up six points, Matt Stover had five, Jeff Maldonado had three while J.D. Jenkins and Erik Jones had two points apiece in the game.

Ethan Schenke led North Warren with 14 points and one three-pointer. Joe Aiken followed with 11 and three three-pointers, Benn Frasier put up three, Travis Monroe had two and Nick Sapienza finished with one point.

Lake George 73, Corinth 39

CORINTH - Lake George continued their undefeated streak as Alex Hladik put up 20 of his game-high 28 points with five three-pointers in the second half to top Corinth Wednesday Feb. 9.

Matt McGowan added 16 points for the Warriors, who had a 45-20 second-half scoring advantage. Aaron Chambers put up seven points, Matt Stover and J.D. Jenkins each had six points with one three-pointer for Jenkins.

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