Girls basketball 1-8-11

Greenwich 52,

Lake George 26

LAKE GEORGE - The Lake George Girls Basketball team fell into a mid-season slump as they lost to Greenwich 52-26 in a non-league game Jan. 3.

Powering toward the win, Greenwich had a blowout third quarter as Lake George's defense collapsed and the Witches outscored the Warriors 18-0, partially due to their in-your-face defense.

Kelly Flaherty carried the Warriors by scoring 13 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead Lake George. Caroline Murphy and Hahnah Saroff each contributed four points; Chelsea Sipowicz and Courtney Laczko hit one basket each; and Kelly Mellon scored a foul shot.

With the loss, Lake George recedes to 4-4 for the season and Greenwich improves to 4-3.

Elizabethtown 54,

Bolton Central 46

BOLTON LANDING - Bolton nearly toppled a league-leading team Jan. 3 in a hard-fought basketball game on their home court.

Bolton's Dominique-Jean Servelli scored a game-high 22 points for Bolton as they lost against Elizabethtown, which has won all but one of their games this season. Aiding in the Eagles' scoring effort were Alana Peterson with nine points, Marie DeLorenzo with five, Madlyn Wilson and Charlotte Caldwell with four points each, Molly Schoder with two, and Tori Persons with a foul shot. Maddy Wilson grabbed 17 rebounds for the Eagles.

With the loss, Bolton moves to 2-6 for the season.

While the varsity game disappointed the fans, the hard-fought junior varsity matchup ended in an overtime battle that the Eagle JV team won 38-36.

Salem 42,

Warrensburg 35

QUEENSBURY - The Salem basketball duo of Katelyn McKeighan and Courtney Jones, who led their team with 14 points and 12 respectively, led an offensive charge that defeated their Warrensburg counterparts 42-35 Jan. 3 during the annual Adirondack Jamboree at ACC.

Salem utilized aggressive defense to outscore Warrensburg 24-17 in the second half to secure the win.

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