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Moriah rallies for comeback victory

Crown Point boys, Moriah girls win

Jessup Calkins scored 10 points as Moriah came from way behind to top Elizabethtown-Lewis, 50-45, in non-league boys basketball action Feb. 14.

Jessup Calkins scored 10 points as Moriah came from way behind to top Elizabethtown-Lewis, 50-45, in non-league boys basketball action Feb. 14. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Boys basketball

Moriah 50, ELCS 45

Moriah came from way behind to top Elizabethtown-Lewis, 50-45, in non-league boys basketball action Feb. 14.

Trailing 27-15, the Vikings opened the second hal with a 17-10 run to get back into the contest and closed the tilt with an 18-8 spurt to claim the victory.

Landon Cross led Moriah with 11 points.

Jessup Calkins chipped in with 10 points, while Carlo Calabrese added nine. Tim Breeyear and Jim Curran each finished with eight points.

Hunter Mowery led the Lions with 20 points.

Crown Point 54, Indian Lake-Long Lake 36

Crown Point raced to a big lead and coasted to a 54-36 win against Indian Lake-Long Lake in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Feb. 14.

The Panthers grabbed a 19-5 lead. Ahead 32-17 at the intermission, Crown Point started the second half with a 16-2 run that sealed the deal.

Nathan Tabor led the Panthers with 18 points.

Mike Gould added 11 points for the Panthers.

Henry Sandiford led the Orange with 15 points.

Girls basketball

Moriah 27, Lake Placid 22

Moriah rallied late to defeat Lake Placid, 27-22, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Feb. 14.

Trailing by three points in the final quarter, the Vikings closed the game with a 12-4 run to claim the victory.

Santana Martinez paced Moriah with 11 points.

Hayley Waldron added six points, seven rebounds and five steals for the winners.

AVCS 54, Ticonderoga 20

AuSable Valley led all the way as it beat Ticonderoga, 54-20, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Feb. 14.

Alexis Facteau scored 15 points to pace AuSable.

Andrea Rich led Ticonderoga with nine points.

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