Jordan McKee rolled a record 750 series for Ticonderoga as it defeated Beekmantown, 3-1, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls bowling action Jan. 4.
McKee’s 750 broke the old CVAC mark of 719, set by AuSable Valley's Savannah Ronfeldt.
McKee fired a 234-237-279-750 for the Sentinels.
Her 279 game tied the CVAC record for high game, which she now shares with former league bowlers Ronfeldt, Saranac’s Hillary Miner, Plattsburgh’s Stacy Steele and Beekmantown’s Ali Munson.
Jeanette Coon added a 488 series for the Sentinels.
Beekmantown won the boys match, 9-1.
James Gijanto had a 201 game and 542 series for Ti.
Moriah lost to Saranac in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Jan. 4.
The Vikings dropped the boys match, 10-0.
Dillon Adkins recorded a176 game and 478 series for the locals.
Moriah lost the girls match, 4-0.
Rachel Demarais had a 378 series for the Vikings.
Crown Point 40, Keene 18
Crown Point had no trouble beating Keene, 40-18, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 4.
Marissa Titus scored 21 points, pulled down 13 rebounds and had three blocks for the Panthers, who led all the way.
Amanda Wolf added seven points, 10 rebounds and three steals for Crown Point.
ELCS 32, Schroon 23
Schroon Lake dropped a hard-fought 32-23 decision to Elizabethtown-Lewis in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 4.
The game was tight all the way. An 11-5 spurt to open the second half gave ELCS a little breathing room.
Lily Whalen had 16 points for the winners.
Kate Rose and Gabe Harvey each scored six points for Schroon Lake.
NCCS 49, Moriah 35
Northeastern Clinton pulled away late to beat Moriah, 49-35, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 4.
The Cougars closed the game on a 16-9 run to win a game that was close most of the way.
Hailey Chapuk led Moriah with 10 points. Brooke Sheffer added nine.
Saranac Lake 38, Ticonderoga 28
Saranac Lake downed Ticonderoga, 38-28, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 4.
The Chiefs pulled away in the final quarter for the win.
Regan Kieffer scored 13 points for the winners.
Andrea Rich paced Ti with eight points. McKenna Kelly added seven.