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Ticonderoga, Moriah to play for title

Sentinels, Vikings post wins

Jessup Calkins scored eight points as Moriah advanced to the championship game of the Alzheimer’s Awareness Tournament with a 52-30 win against Willsboro in boys basketball action Nov. 29.

Jessup Calkins scored eight points as Moriah advanced to the championship game of the Alzheimer’s Awareness Tournament with a 52-30 win against Willsboro in boys basketball action Nov. 29. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Boys basketball

Ticonderoga and Moriah will play for the championship of the Alzheimer’s Awareness Tournament in boys basketball tonight in Port Henry.

Willsboro and Elizabethtown-Lewis will face off in the 5:30 p.m. consolation game and Ticonderoga meet Moriah in the 7 p.m. championship contest.

Moriah 52, Willsboro 30

Moriah advanced to the championship game of the Alzheimer’s Awareness Tournament with a 52-30 win against Willsboro in boys basketball action Nov. 29.

The Vikings took a 12-3 and coasted to the victory.

Adam Jaquish scored 20 points and hauled down nine rebounds to lead the Vikings.

Jessup Calkins added eight points and Derek Brassard seven for the winners.

Ticonderoga 51, ELCS 40

Ticonderoga earned a spot in the title tilt of the Alzheimer’s Awareness Tournament with a 51-40 win against Elizabethtown-Lewis in boys basketball action Nov. 29.

Ti raced to a 19-6 lead and was never threatened.

Ty Denno scored 12 points and Anthony Dushane 11 for the Sentinels.

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