Girls Basketball 1-29-11

Indian Lake-Long Lake 53

Johnsburg 20

JOHNSBURG - Carli Reynolds scored a game-high 23 points with one three-pointer and served out seven assists to lead the Orange to victory over Johnsburg in MVAC play, Jan. 21.

Murphy Farrell added 10 points and Morgan Hinckley pulled down eight rebounds. Jessica Bain had six points, Melanie Pierson and Allison Pine each totaled four, and Meg Smith finished with two points in the win.

Mikayla Glode's nine points paced the Jaguars. Brooke Denno totaled five points, Jillian Urbanowicz had four and Kayla Williford finished with two in the loss.

Wells 45

Minerva-Newcomb 20

OLMSTEDVILLE - Amanda Vrooman scored a game-high 13 points to lead Wells in commanding league win over the Mountaineers, Jan. 21.

Wells held Minerva-Newcomb to single digits in every quarter.

Rebecca Bolan led the Mountaineers with nine points, Ashley Miller had six, Renna Yandon and Massena Green each had two and Brianna Hammond finished with one point in the loss.

Bolton 42

Johnsburg 22

JOHNSBURG - D.J. Servelli scored a game-high 21 points and Alana Peterson played a solid defensive game to lead the Eagles to a 42-22 non-league win, Jan. 20.

Brooke Denno led Johnsburg with eight points, and Mikayla Glode pulled down 15 rebounds.

Casandra Prouty had six points, and Kayla Williford and Jillian Urbonowicz each had two points apiece in the loss.

Indian Lake-Long Lake 57

Keene 24

LONG LAKE - Morgan Hinckley scored a season-high 12 points, went 6 for 9 from the field and kept the Orange undefeated in the league as they topped Keene, Jan. 19.

Carli Reynolds had a game-high 19 points, including one three-pointer and dished out six assists in the win. Allison Pine pulled down five rebound and scored 14 points and Jessica Bain recorded two points, five assists and six rebounds in the win.

Murphy Farrell finished with six points, and Meg Smith and Prudence Deshane each had two points apiece in the win.

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