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Girls Hoops

Bolton 58, Johnsburg 34

JOHNSBURG — Bolton came away with a win on the road Thursday night Jan. 29th.

Sarah Calzoda and Erin Courhaine both had 16 points to lead Bolton. Kaitlin Urtz and Olivia Seamans each had ten.

Johnsburgs Paige Guy and Kora Millington each had 8 points in the home loss.

Minerva/Newcomb 54, Johnsburg 34

JOHNSBURGH — The Minerva/Newcomb Mountaineers Makenzie Winslow led the effort in the road win with 15 points, including three 3 pointers Thursday night, Jan 30th.

Astasia Myler contributed with 13 points, 8 rebounds. Nicole Rubertine also had 8 rebounds.

Johnsburg was led by Makayla Denno with 13 points and Paige Guy with 11.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 43, Schroon Lake 24

SCHROON LAKE — Shannon Farrell led the orange to the road win with 13 points, while Jazmin Piraino and Lily Dechene added nine each.

The game was close throughout three quarters with the Organge leading 24-15.

Indian Lake/Long Lake won the fourth quarter 19-9 however, sealing the victory.

Jilianna Finnerty led the Schroon Lake wildcats on Senior Night with six points.


Alex Puzbachi fades away for a shot against Keene earlier this season.

Boys Hoops

Schroon Lake 64, Indian Lake/Long Lake 50

Long Lake — Alex Shaughnessy led the warriors to victory with 19 points Friday night. Caleb Maisonville had 18 in the road win.

A 21 point second quarter helped Schroon Lake past the Orange.

Tanner Stone had 12 points and Joe Maisonville 10 for the Orange who were led by Curtis Seaman who had a team high 18.

Minerva/Newcomb 54, Old Forge 36

The Mountaineers got off to a fast 14-5 first quarter start.

Steven Colletti led Minerva/Newcomb with 16 points and was a force on the boards. Caleb Helms added nine.

The Mountaineers led by 18 at halftime.

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