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Warrensburg, however put up a scrappy fight.

Ashlie Morehouse scored a game-high 16 points to lead her team, followed by Ariella Allen with 6 points, Isabella Szabo and Alexa Bryant each scoring five, Maigan Baer with two and Montana Sheridan with one.

With the loss, Warrensburg drops to 1-4 in the league and 3-4 overall.

Fort Ann 69,

North Warren 30

QUEENSBURY - Fort Ann's red-hot shooting from outside and a balanced offensive effort contributed to an uncharacteristic lopsided loss for the North Warren Girls Basketball Team Jan. 3 during the Adirondack Jamboree at ACC. The Cardinals poured on the offense early, accounting for a 27-8 first quarter that set the tone for the game.

The loss wasn't a dishonor for the Cougars, however, as it was against the Adirondack League's premier squad.

Cardinal Kara White hit five 3-point shots and racked up a game-high 22 points during the blowout. Kayla Bancroft added 16 points for Fort Ann and Taylor Jordan had 10.

Lindsey Meade led the Cougars with 10 points, followed by Margo Broderick with six, Cassie Maday with five, Chantal Millington adding four, Kiera Warner was held by steely Fort Ann defense to three points, and Alana Kilcullen chipped in two.

With the loss, North Warren receded to 3-2 in the league, and 4-4 overall. Fort Ann's record was boosted to 4-1 and 8-1 respectively.

North Warren 60,

Johnsburg 24

CHESTERTOWN - Kiera Warner led North Warren with 22 points - including a trio of three pointers - powering North Warren to a non-league win over Johnsburg Dec. 29.

Ashley Maresca and Lindsey Meade each added 10 points for the Cougars. Chantal Millington contributed eight points, Alana Kilcullen added four, and Morgan Tennyson chipped in two.

Mikayla Glode led the Jaguars with eight points and 15 rebounds.

With the win, North Warren improves to 4-3 and Johnsburg slips to 3-5.

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