Girls varsity basketball 1-29-11

Beekmantown 38,

Moriah 33

The Lady Eagles used a 10-4 opening quarter to give themselves the cushion they needed to beat the Lady Vikings Jan. 19.

Shannon Ryan continued to impress in her first season of varsity play, scoring 24 points, while Rylei Porter scored seven points, Michelle Cressey added three points, with Grace Kelly and Emily Anderson scored two points each.

Peru 89, NAC 19

The Lady Indians scored 20-plus points in each of the first three quarters in beating the Lady Bobcats Jan. 19.

Emily Decker scored 20 points to pace the Indians, while Raelyn Passino added 11 points, Meg Barber scored 10 points, Stephanie Demarais scored nine points, Mary Mazzella scored eight points, Kelly Kezar scored seven points, Dani Dayton scored six points, Katie Bruno scored six points, Sam Martin scored five points, Emily Major scored five points and Mary Gilbert scored two points.

Heather Kingsolver and Tiffany Provost each scored six points for the Bobcats, while Katelynn King added three points, Kristin Almodovar added two points and Taylor Stalling also scored two points.

Schroon Lake 38, Chazy 32

Olivia Seymour scored 18 points and Megan Reynolds scored nine, but the Lady Eagles were unable to overcome the Lady Wildcats Jan. 19.

The Eagles rallied in the second half, outscoring the Wildcats 23-17, but were unable to gain an advantage.

Peru 55, PHS 39

The Lady Indians jumped out to a 10-point lead after the first quarter and never looked back as they beat the Lady Hornets Jan. 21.

Emily Decker paced the Indians with 15 points and 15 rebounds in the game, while Kelly Kezar added 13 points, Mary Mazzella scored seven points, Stephanie Demarias scored seven points, Katie Bruno scored six points and had five assists, Sam Martin scored three points and Raelyn Passino and Meg Barber each scored two points.

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