Girls varsity basketball 1-22-11

AVCS 49, PHS 30

The Lady Patriots opened the game on an 11-4 run and never looked back in beating the Lady Hornets Jan. 11.

Alexis Coolidge led all scorers in the game, collecting 29 points, with Alexis Facteau adding six points and 18 rebounds, while Megan Colby, Alex Casey and Meghan Strong each scored three points and Savannah Douglas scored two.

Emily Manchester paced the Hornets with eight points in the game, with seven points from Olivia Carlsson, five points from Marle Curle and Charisse Abellard scoring four points.

Beekmantown 54, Seton 39

The Lady Eagles used a combined 27-14 advantage in the opening and closing quarters to beat the Lady Knights Jan. 11.

Shannon Ryan scored 19 points to lead the Eagles, while Emily Anderson and Nicole Shepler each scored 10 points and Michelle Cressey added six points.

For the Lady Knights, Kate Scholfield led the team with 12 points, with Megan Tedford adding 10 points and 11 rebounds, Eva Zalis adding seven points and Kelsey Doorey scoring six points.

Saranac 57, Lake Placid 24

The Lady Chiefs blew open their game against the Lady Blue Bombers with a 21-5 third quarter to score the win Jan. 11.

Stephanie Linder scored 13 points in the win for the Chiefs, while Alisha Ducatte scored 12 points, with Megan Bowman and Becky Horton each scoring nine points.

Megan Riley led the Blue Bombers with 10 points, while Danielle Balestrini scored six points and Mackenzie Kemmerer scored five points.

Peru 63, Ti 23

Emily Decker had 18 points as the Lady Indians used a 19-3 first quarter to cruise past the Sentinels Jan. 11.

Katie Bruno added 15 points in the win, while Sam Martin scored seven points and Meg Barber scored five points.

NCCS 82, NAC 17

The Lady Cougars jumped out to a 30-5 lead after one quarter of play and never looked back in beating the Lady Bobcats Jan. 11.

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