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Schroon Lake topples rival Panthers

Schroon Lake pulled away late to beat Crown Point, 41-28, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 11.

Leading by just four points in the final quarter, the Wildcats closed the game with an 11-2 run to secure the win.

Jocelyn Bowen scored 21 points and Kate Rose 10 for Schroon.

Crown Point got 12 points from Marissa Titus.

Peru 63, Ticonderoga 23

Ticonderoga fell to Peru, 63-23, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 11.

Peru raced to a 19-3 lead and held a33-6 advantage at the intermission.

Emily Decker tallied 18 points and Katie Bruno 15 for the Indians.

Ti got five points apiece from Calsie Granger and Jennell Coffin.

Saranac Lake 46, Moriah 35

Saranac Lake downed Moriah, 46-35, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 11.

The Red Storm took an 11-point lead before Moriah rallied to take a one-point advantage in the third period. Saranac Lake then righted its ship and closed the game with an 18-2 run for the win.

Shauna Manning scored 14 points and Jackie Cummings 12 for the Storm.

Hayley Waldron had none points and 14 rebounds for Moriah.

Schroon 54, Keene 18

Schroon lake rolled past Keene, 54-18, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 13.

Rebecca Armstrong scored 20 points and Jocelyn Bowen 15 for the Wildcats, who took a 14-4 lead and held a 28-7 edge at intermission.

Megan Hall had five points for Keene.

Chazy 37, Crown Point 30

Chazy topped Crown Point, 37-30, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 13.

Olivia Seymour had 23 points and 15 rebounds for the Eagles, who led from the start.

Marissa Titus scored 17 points and Alexis Holman 11 for Crown Point.

Seton 42, Ticonderoga 19

Ticonderoga fell to Seton Catholic, 42-19, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 13.

Megan Tedford scored 20 points for the Knights, who led the entire game.

Kaylene Ross had six points for Ti.

AVCS 57, Moriah 17

AuSable Valley rolled past Moriah, 57-17, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 13.

Alexis Facteau had 17 points and Alexis Coolridge 16 for the Patriots.

Lauren Pelkey and Brooke Sheffer each had five points for Moriah, which played without two starters because of illness and injury.

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