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Schroon Lake cager reaches milestone

Shaughnessy gets 1,000 points; girls teams lose

Jesse Shaughnessy of Schroon Lake reached a milestone as his Wildcats beat Loudonville Christian, 46-40, in non-league  boys basketball play Jan. 9. Shaughnessy scored 22 points to top 1,000 points in his career.

Jesse Shaughnessy of Schroon Lake reached a milestone as his Wildcats beat Loudonville Christian, 46-40, in non-league boys basketball play Jan. 9. Shaughnessy scored 22 points to top 1,000 points in his career. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Boys basketball

Schroon 46, Loudonville Christian 40

Jesse Shaughnessy of Schroon Lake reached a milestone as his Wildcats beat Loudonville Christian, 46-40, in non-league boys basketball play Jan. 9.

Shaughnessy scored 22 points to top 1,000 points in his career. He also grabbed 15 rebounds as Schroon came from behind to win.

Trailing 21-17, Schroon opened the second half with an 18-9 run to take the lead.

Tanner Stone scored 12 points for the winners.

Shaughnessy is the sixth Schroon Lake player to reach 1,000 points and the 67th in Section VII. He was presented with the game ball to mark his accomplishment.

Girls basketball

NCCS 34, Ticonderoga 31

Ticonderoga was edged by Northeastern Clinton, 34-31, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 9.

Trailing by 10 in the final period, the Sentinels staged a furious comeback only to fall short. A potential game-tying short in the closing seconds missed.

Andrea Rich tallied 16 points for Ti.

Peru 48, Moriah 39

Moriah fell to Peru, 48-39, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Jan. 9.

Peru broke open a close game with a 20-10 run to open the second half.

Madison Stahl had 14 points and Taylor Sprague 13 for the Vikings.

ELCS 63, Schroon 17

Schroon Lake lost to Elizabethtown-Lewis, 63-17 in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 9.

ELCS raced to an 18-4 lead and never looked back. The Lions led, 37-7, at the half.

Lindsay Reynolds scored eight points for Schroon Lake.

Keene 43, Crown Point 28

Crown Point dropped a 43-28 decision to Keene in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play Jan. 9.

Keene led all the way, taking a 14-3 advantage in the opening quarter.

Amanda Wolf scored 12 points for the Panthers.

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