Mike McDonald rolled the high game and series for the Patriots against Plattsburgh High.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
AuSable Valley 68, Saranac 64, OT
The Lady Patriots used a 23-13 third quarter to get back into the game against Saranac, outscoring the Chiefs 10-6 in overtime to keep their record perfect at 4-0 (3-0 in NBL Division I). Meghan Strong and Madison McCabe each connected on a trio of three pointers as Strong (14.5 ppg) finished with 20 points and McCabe 18. Taylor Saltus (15.5) scored 10 points, Logan Snow 9, Madison Rondeau 7, Shelby Bourgeois 2 and Sydney Snow 2.
Westport 52, Chazy 36
Westport opened the game on a 10-2 run and finished with an 18-8 edge in the final eight minutes to defeat their fellow Eagles from Chazy, leveling their season record at 3-3 (2-2 NBL Division II). Anderson Gay (9.5 ppg) scored 14 points to lead the Eagles while Thomas Mero scored 13, Ryan Davis (12.7) 12, Sam Napper 7, John Doyle 3 and Tyrell Tryon 3.
AuSable Valley 10, Plattsburgh High 0
Mike McDonald scored both the high game (205) and high series (605) for the Patriots in defeating the Hornets to up their season mark to 45-5. Roger Preston rolled a 204-591 with Ben Coolidge rolling 183-547, Charlie Lacy 185-537, Jimmy Provost 204-528, Tyler Atkins 187-527, Josh Taylor 192-515 and Brandan Ano 201-503. Noah Martineau rolled a 186 high game.
Beekmantown 10, Willsboro 0
Connor Steeves rolled a 163 high game and 444 series for the Warriors, while Connor Sheehan added a 140 high game.
Beekmantown 4, Willsboro 0
Gabi Yeager rolled a 185 high game and 551 series for the Lady Warriors, while Lily Kelly had a 142 high game and Kaitlyn Arthur added a 138 high game.
Plattsburgh High 4, AuSable Valley 0
Jocelyn Perky rolled a high game of 119 en route to a 340 series for the Lady Patriots. Brooke SantaMaria added a 108 high game.
Indoor Track and Field
The AuSable Valley boys varsity indoor track and field team finished sixth in the opening meet of the CVAC season at Plattsburgh State University, while the girls varsity team finished eighth.