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Cats open new gym with victories

Ian Williams led a balanced attack for Schroon with 16 points, while Jesse Shaughnessy scored 14 points to go with 10 rebounds, four assists and seven steals, Anthony Vanderwalker scored 13 points to go with 12 rebounds and Uriah Harvey scored seven points.

Alex Hamel paced the Warriors with 19 points and seven rebounds, with Clay Sherman adding 10 points and three blocked shots. Brandon Bertrand pulled down 12 rebounds in the loss.

-by Keith Lobdell

Moriah 66, Seton 39

Moriah whipped Seton Catholic, 66-39, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 5.

Landon Cross scored nine points to lead a balanced Viking attack. Every Moriah player scored in the contest.

The Vikings raced to a 15-7 lead and held a 34-15 edge at the half.

Ticonderoga 64, NAC 42

Ticonderoga toppled Northern Adirondack, 64-42, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 5.

Ti led from the start and was never threatened.

Nate Lenhart and Jesse LaRose led the Sentinels with 13 points each. Nick mars added 10 for the winners.

Schroon 61,

Crown Point 32

Schroon Lake took command early and coasted past Crown Point, 61-32, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 7.

The Wildcats raced to a 27-7 lead and led 41-13 at the half.

Uriah Harvey scored 12 points, Ian Williams 11 and Anthony Vanderwalker 10 for Schroon.

Crown Point got 14 points from Nathan tabor and 13 from Mike Gould.

Saranac 67, Moriah 60

Dylan Everleth had a huge game to lead saranac past Moriah, 67-60, in overtime in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 8.

Everleth scored 39 point, including eight in overtime, for the Chiefs.

Moriah held a one point lead with 10 seconds to play in regulation when Everleth was fouled. He made the first free throw to knot the game and the second, but it waved off because of a lane violation.

Moriah got a big game from Nick Gilbo, who scored 27 points. Isaac Aponte added 15 points for the Vikings.

NCCS 62,

Ticonderoga 49

Ticonderoga fell to Northeastern Clinton, 62-49, in overtime in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 8.

The Sentinels got off to a good start, leading most of the first period, before NCCS took control. A 12-4 run to close the first half but the Cougars on top, 33-21.

Ticonderoga got 13 points from Tanner Purkey.

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