Boys varsity basketball 1-29-11

AVCS 58, Saranac 56

Austin House picked a fine time to score his only two points of the night.

House scored with 14 seconds remaining in the game, and the final shot fell just short as the Patriots defeated the Chiefs Jan. 18.

Broody Douglass paced the Patriots with 15 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in the game, while TJ Burl, who hit a key three late in the fourth quarter, led all scorers with 19 points, Connor Manning, whose steal and basket tied the game at 56-56, scored 16 points and Jordan Coolidge added six points.

Dylan Gallagher paced the Chiefs with 16 points, with Jeremy Bullis scoring 14 points, Jake Liberty scoring 11 points, Dylan Everleth scoring seven points and Andrew Favro scoring four points.

PHS 67, Ti 28

The Hornets jumped out to a 33-6 lead and cruised to a victory against the Sentinels Jan. 19.

Kyle LaPoint led the Hornets with 20 points in the game, while Ethan Votraw scored 10 points and Tre Bucci and Seth Fout each scored nine points.

Peru 55, NAC 11

The Indians outscored the Bobcats 32-2 in the opening half to earn the win Jan. 19.

Charles Remillard scored 16 points for the Indians, while Joe Mazzella and Hunter Bruno scored eight points and Kyle Carter scored seven points.

Josh Langlois scored five points for the Bobcats, while Colby Sayah scored four points and Cameron Garrand scored two points.

NCCS 56, Beekmantown 46

The Cougars won the even quarters, outscoring the Eagles 17-11 in the second quarter and 16-10 in the fourth quarter to earn a win Jan. 20.

Logan Miller found the range for the Cougars, connecting on six three pointers en route to a 22-point performance.

Jamie Davison scored 14 points in the win, while Steven Carder added 10 points, Tom Bedard scored six points and Richie Collins and Rob Armstrong each scored two points.

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