PHS 49, Saranac 31
The Lady Hornets used a 20-5 third quarter to open up the lead against the Lady Chiefs and score the win Jan. 4.
Charisse Abellard scored 17 points to lead the Hornets, while Marle Curle scored 14 points. Emily Manchester had eight points in the win, while Olivia Carlsson and Kianna Dragoon scored four points each and Justine Rotz added two points.
Stephanie Linder scored nine points for the Chiefs, while Alisha Ducatte and Becky Horton scored six points each, with Katelyn Gates scoring four points in the loss.
NCCS 50, Peru 28
The Lady Indians rallied in the second quarter to trail 22-20 at halftime, but were unable to get any closer as the Lady Cougars used a 28-8 second half to close out a victory Jan. 4.
Chelsey Brooks led a balanced attack for the Cougars, scoring 13 points, as Rachelle Barcomb added 11 points, Cari Dominic added eight points, Katrina Garrand scored seven points and Allie Cartier added five points in the win.
Emily Decker scored 10 points to pace the Indians, while Kelly Kezar added eight points, Stephanie Demarais added four points and Katie Bruno and Emily Major each scored three points.
Saranac Lake 34
The Lady Eagles jumped out to a 20-point lead after the first three quarters, then held off a 16-6 run by the Lady Red Storm for a 10-point win Jan. 4.
Shannon Ryan scored 18 points to pace the Eagles attack, with Emily Anderson adding nine, Nicole Shepler scoring seven and Michelle Cressey adding five points.
Jackie Cummings scored 15 points and picked up eight steals in the game for the Red Storm, while Shauna Manning scored 11 points and Megan Kilroy and Melissa Farmar each scored two points.
Moriah 43, Seton 30
Moriah rolled past Seton Catholic, 43-30, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 4.
The Vikings led the entire game, but Seton pulled within a point, 31-30, entering the final quarter. Moriah then closed the game on a 12-0 run for the win.
Hayley Waldron scored 14 points and 15 rebounds for the winners.
Megan Tedford paced the Lady Knights with 14 points, while Cara Chapman and Stephanie Eagan each scored four points.