Elizabethtown-Lewis senior Lily Whalen stands with coach Don Ratliff after scoring her 1,000th career point against Chazy Dec. 19.
Photo by Keith Lobdell.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 60, Chazy 30
The Lady Lions outscored Chazy 22-6 in the second quarter as senior Lily Whalen scored her 1,000th career point in leading the team to its fifth win of the season (5-2, 4-1 in NBL Division II). Whalen (18.1 ppg) finished with 31 points while Jasmin Barnes (11.9) scored 10, Emma Disogra 7, Savanah Graves 5, Angel Barnes 4 and Tamara Wescott 3.
Westport 49, Willsboro 15
The Lady Eagles used a 15-5 opening eight minutes to control the pace against the Lady Warriors to up their record to 5-2 on the season (3-2 NBL Division II). Hannah Schwoebel and Emily Rascoe paced the Eagles with 10 points apiece, while leading scorer Brendee Russell (15.7) added 9, Ellie Schwoebel 6, Keregan Viens 6, Sarah Looby 6 and Megan Sudduth 2.
Trina Bigelow and Payton Gough each scored five points for the Warriors (0-7, 0-5), with Rachael Burt adding 3 and Amanda Henrichs 2.
Keene 43, Indian Lake/Long Lake 29
The Beavers outscored Indian Lake/Long Lake in every quarter of the game in improving to 6-1 on the season (5-0 NBL Division III). Colton Venner (16.4 ppg) led Keene with 16 points while Austin Brown added 13, Brandon Dumas 8 and Gabe Warner 6.
AuSable Valley 68, Saranac Lake 35
The Patriots outscored Saranac Lake 20-7 in the opening eight minutes to improve to 3-3 on the season (2-2 NBL Division I). Kobe Parrow and John Goodnough (11.2 ppg) each scored 14 points for the Patriots, while Shane Douglas (13.3) added 11, Sultan Sikandar 8, Zach Cosgrove 7, Austin Facteau 5, Nick McDonald 5 and Prescott Doyle 2.
Beekmantown 52, AuSable Valley 21
Dylan Baker scored a pin in the opening minute of his match to improve to 3-0 on the season with a pair of pins against Beekmantown. Eli Gainer (1-2), Charlie Wilkinson (1-0) and Kenny Rivers (3-0) also scored decision victories, while Keith Christensen (1-2) added a forfeit win.