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Boys basketball

Johnsburg 44, Crown Point 36

NORTH CREEK — The Jaguars got off to a better start than the Panthers Tues. night Jan. 7th , leading 23 - 13 at half. Thanks to Ty Berg and Mark Cleveland that lead continued. Berg and Cleveland both had 9 points with Austin Washburn chipping in 7 to lead the Jags past the Panthers.

Jaice Spring of Crown Point poured in a game high 18 points with Gabe Macey adding 12 for the Panthers.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 44, Kings School 10

INDIAN LAKE — Eight different players scored Tuesday night Jan 7th for the Orange pushing them past Kings School. Henry Sandiford led the Indian Lake/Long Lake with 13 points. While Curtis Seaman put in 10 for an almost uncontested second half.

Matt McKnight and Jeff Jenks led Kings School with 4 points a piece.

Keene 54, Minerva/Newcomb 36

KEENE — The Beavers pulled away in second half Friday Jan. 10th.

Austin Brown and Colton Venner led Keene with 14 pts a piece.

Trevor Moulton led the Mountaineers with 11pts while Stephen Colletti had 6 pts.

Girls basketball

Crown Point 44, Johnsburg 18

CROWN POINT — Amanda Wolf stood out for Crown Point, scoring 25 points and hauling in 12 rebounds Wednesday night Jan. 8.

The Panthers took a 29-10 first half lead, having all 5 starters score in the first quarter.

Amber Dushane scored 5 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and played outstanding defense for the Panthers while Brittany Foote added 8 points.

Kara Millington played a good game for Jaguars, scoring 8 points. EmmaLee Ellsworth added 4 points. in a game that highlighted the difficulty finding and answer for Crown Points Wolf.

Minerva/Newcomb 53, Wells 20

WELLS ­­— Makenzie Winslow and Gabrielle McNally led the Mountaineers with 12 points a piece Thursday, Jan. 9th.

Danielle McNally added 8 points and Astasia Myler 7 points for Minerva/Newcomb, jumping to a 43-2 lead at half.

Chelsea Simons was high score for Wells with 6 points. While Kennedy added 4 points for Wells.

Keene 61, Minverva/Newcomb 51

NEWCOMB — Astasia Myler let the Mounaineers with 15 points, followed by Nicole Rubertone and Makenzie Winslow with 11 each and Gabriel McNally, 9.

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