Girls Basketball 1-22-11

Indian Lake-Long Lake 58

Wells 19

WELLS - Indian Lake-Long Lake spared nothing in the first half of their league contest against Wells by outshouting them the entire game and holding them to a lone point in the final quarter to win, Jan. 11.

Allison Pine led the Lady Orange with a game-high 17 points. Carli Reynolds added 15, with one three-pointer, and nine rebounds, while Murphy Farrell chipped in 13 points and nine steals. Jessica Bain put up seven points, Melanie Pierson had four and Meg Smith finished with two.

Karlie Tomlinson had seven points, four assists, and six rebounds for Wells. Desi Gallup pulled down seven rebounds.

Minerva-Newcomb 41

Johnsburg 35

JOHNSBURG - Renna Yandon led the Mountaineers to victory over league rival, Johnsburg with 14 points, Jan. 11.

Gabrielle McNally chipped in seven points for the Mountaineers and Brianna Hammond joined Rebecca Bolan with six in the win. Ashley Miller finished with five and Mackenzie Winslow contributed three.

Mikayla Glode scored a game-high 15 points and ripped down nine rebounds for Johnsburg. Greene followed with seven points and one three-pointer and Brooke Denno finished with five. Cassandra Prouty and Jillian Urbonowicz both finished with four points apiece.

Elizabethtown 46

Minerva-Newcomb 36

NEWCOMB - Shonna Brooks led E-town with 17 points, joined by Lily Whalen's 15 to clinch a non-divisional victory over Minerva-Newcomb, Jan. 13.

Post player, Renna Yandon led the Mountaineers with 13 points and Makenzie Winslow added nine. Gabrielle McNally put up seven points. Rebecca Bolan had four, Ashley Miller two and Brianna Hammond one in the loss.

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