Plattsburgh 43, Moriah 40
Moriah lost to Plattsburgh, 43-40, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Jan. 27.
Moriah held a 20-14 lead at the half, but Plattsburgh started the third period with a 19-4 run to grab the lead.
The Vikings rallied in the final minutes, closing the game with a 16-10 spurt, but couldn’t catch Plattsburgh.
Landon Cross led Moriah with 16 points and eight rebounds.
Jim Curran and Jessup Calkins each had eight points for the Vikings.
Ticonderoga raced to second place in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference indoor track and field action Jan. 28.
The Sentinels scored 109.5 points. Saranac won with 120.
Jay Hebert won the 55-meter hurdles and ran a leg on the winning 640-meter relay team for Ti.
Jarryn Granger won the triple jump and also ran a leg on the winning 640-meter relay team for Ti.
Rounding out the winning relay were Coleman Granger and Tanner Wright. Coleman Granger added a fourth place in the long jump. Wright was third in the long jump and fourth in the 55-meter dash.
Javeed Nazir took second place in the 3,200-meter run; Shawn Silliman was third in the 55 hurdles and 1,000 run; Josh Ross was third in the shot; Cody Quigley was fourth in the 1,600-meter run; and John Cook was fifth in the triple jump for the locals.
Ticonderoga finished fourth in the girls meet with 51.66 points. Plattsburgh won with 132.
Autumn Olcott won the high jump for the Sentinels.
Courtney Shaner was second in the 55 hurdles and fourth in the long jump; Abigail Gurney was fourth in the shot; and Naomi Forkas was fifth in the 1,500-meter run for Ti.
Ticonderoga lost to AuSable Valley in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling Jan. 27.
AVCS won the boys match, 9-1.
Devin Alkinburgh had a 186 game and 478 series for Ti. Billy Kohrman added a 197 game and 465 series.
The Sentinels lost the girls match, 4-1.
Jordan McKee topped Ticonderoga with a 170 game and 465 series.
Moriah lost to Willsboro in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling Jan. 27.
The Vikings dropped the boys match, 10-0.
Dillon Adkins recorded a 156 game and 433 series for the locals.
Willsboro won the girls match, 3-1.
Jennifer Gumlaw had a 136 game and 340 series for Moriah.