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Schroon Lake downs Crown Point

Moriah, Crown Point girls win

Noah Gath of Schroon Lake drives to the basket as Crown Point’s Gabe Macey defends. Schroon Lake pulled away in the second half to beat Crown Point, 58-37, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 6.

Noah Gath of Schroon Lake drives to the basket as Crown Point’s Gabe Macey defends. Schroon Lake pulled away in the second half to beat Crown Point, 58-37, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 6. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Boys basketball

Schroon 58, Crown Point 37

Trailing at the intermission, Schroon Lake pulled away in the second half to beat Crown

Point, 58-37, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 6.

Down 24-23, The Wildcats opened the third quarter with a 17-5 runt take command.

Jesse Shaughnessy scored 18 points to lead the ‘Cats.

Ian Williams added 13 points and Jeff Armstrong 11 for the winners.

Jake Courcy scored 17 points and Mike Gould 10 for Crown Point.

Girls basketball

Moriah 34, Ticonderoga 24

Moriah downed Ticonderoga, 34-24, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 6.

Trailing by a point, the Vikings went on a 7-2 run to close the first half and take the lead. They then started the second half with another 7-2 spurt to secure the win.

Lauren Pelkey led Moriah with six point.

Hayley Waldron grabbed nine rebounds for the Vikings.

Andrea Rich and Meg Campney each had six points for Ticonderoga.

Crown Point 43, Schroon 17

Crown Point raced to a big lead and coasted past Schroon Lake, 43-17, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 6.

The Panthers took a 10-5 lead in the first quarter and extended their advantage to 22-8 at the half.

Alexis Holman had 16 points and Marissa Titus 10 for the Panthers.

Abby Veverka had seven points for Schroon Lake.

Bowling

Sentinels roll

Ticonderoga toppled Peru in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling Jan. 6

The Sentinels won the boys match, 9-1.

Cole Frasier fired a 243 game and 606 series to pace the locals.

Ti won the girls match, 3-1.

Jordan McKee led the Sentinels with a 232 game and 628 set. Jeanette Coon added a 210 game and 517 series for the winners.

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