Ticonderoga rallied in the second half to top archrival Moriah, 50-42, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Feb. 10.
Trailing 27-20 at the intermission, the Sentinels started the second half with a 12-7 spurt to get close. They then closed the game on an 18-8 run to post the win.
Nate Lenhart scored 20 points and Michael Graney 16 to lead Ti, which held Moriah to 15 points in the second half.
Carlo Calabrese tallied 14 points and Landon Cross 10 for the Vikings.
Schroon 58, ELCS 38
Schroon Lake got off to a sluggish start before beating Elizabethtown-Lewis, 58-38, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 10.
Down 13-11, Schroon went on an 18-7 run to take the lead at the half. The Wildcats then steadily pulled away in the second half.
Jesse Shaughnessy paced the winners with 22 points and 13 rebounds.
Ian Williams added 17 points for Schroon Lake.
Ticonderoga took third place at the Section VII indoor track and field championship meet Feb. 11 at SUNY-Plattsburgh.
The Sentinels tallied 99 points in the boys meet. Saranac won with 154.
Jay Hebert led Ti, winning the 55-meter hurdles and finishing fifth in the 300-meter run.
Shawn Silliman was third in the 1,000-meter run and fourth in the 55 hurdles for the locals.
Tanner Wright took third place in the 55-meter sprint and fifth in the long jump for the Sentinels.
Josh Ross claimed third place in the shot.
Jarryn Granger was fourth in the long jump and triple jump for Ti; Javeed Nazir was fifth in the 3,200-meter run and sixth in the 1,600-meter run; Dennis Towne was sixth in the 55 sprint and the shot; and Marcus Moser was sixth in the 55 hurdles for the Sentinels.
Ticonderoga finished fifth in the girls meet with 44 points. Saranac won with 132.5.
Courtney Shaner finished second in the 55-meter hurdles and fourth in the long jump for the Sentinels.
Autumn Olcott was second in the high jump and fifth in the 55 hurdles for the locals.
Abigail Gurney was fifth in the shot and Becky Barber was sixth in the 600-meter run for Ticonderoga.