Boys Basketball

Quarterfinals: Lions 44, Orange 41

ELIZABETHTOWN — The Elizabethtown-Lewis Lions boys basketball team got a little extra time on their home court Feb. 22.

The third-seeded Lions were forced to overtime by the sixth seeded Indian Lake/Long Lake Orange, as senior Charlie Huttig scored five of his teams six points in the extra five minutes for a 44-41 victory.

For the Orange, Henry Sandiford scored 16 points, while Curtis Seaman added 11, Matt Moore eight, Colin Farrell four and Rudy Giessen two.

The Lions faced the Moriah Vikings in the Class D semifinals Feb. 27.

Boys First Round

Indian Lake-Long Lake 42, Lake Placid 22

Feb. 20 @ Indian Lake

Indian Lake-Long Lake: Farrell 21, Moore 9, Sandiford 6, Seaman 4, Hart 2

3-point goals: Moore 1

Wells 56, Minerva/Newcomb 29

Feb. 20 @ Wells

Minerva/Newcomb: Williams 9, Moulton 7, Martinez 6, Vanderwalker 4, McCall 2, Ruzbacki 1

3-point goals: Moulton 1

Girls Basketball

Quarterfinals: Mountaineers 46, Beavers 37

KEENE — The Minerva-Newcomb Lady Mountaineers have looked to push the ball and be aggressive every chance they get during the 2012/13 season.

On Feb. 22, they used their fast-paced style of play as the fifth seed to score a 46-37 win over the fourth seed Keene Beavers.

“It has always been our plan to be aggressive and attack,” Mountaineers head coach Bruce McGinn said. “The execution of our press was important. We play three presses, and our 2-2-1 worked better in the second half.”

The Mountaineers were led by Makenzie Winslow, who scored 19 points to go with four rebounds and six steals.

“We had a good halftime talk and we really wanted to win this game because this group has never won a sectional game,” Winslow said. “They were beating us to the ball in the first half, and we knew that we had to pick it up.”

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