Anderson Gay scored 25 points for Westport against Seton Catholic.
Photo by Keith Lobdell.
Westport 58, Seton Catholic 53
The Eagles scored their sixth win of the season and fifth in NBL Division II, using a 31-17 run over the middle two quarters Jan. 16. Anderson Gay paced Westport with 25 points (10.1 ppg), while Ryan Davis (12.3) added 15, Thomas Mero 8, John Doyle 4, Sam Napper 4 and RJ King 2.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 45, Lake Placid 37
The Lions picked up their second win in Division III play and third overall, outscoring Lake Placid 17-12 in the final eight minutes Jan. 16. Austin Morris led a balanced scoring attack with 10 points, while Connor Marvin and Zac Noka-Bailey (14.5 ppg) each scored 9. The trio of Hugh Harwood, Cortland White and Justin LaPier each scored 5 points while RJ Plante added 2.
Ticonderoga 45, Willsboro 37
The Warriors held an 18-9 lead at halftime, but Ticonderoga came out lighting up the rims in a 20-3 third quarter in defeating Willsboro Jan. 16. Nick Arnold (10.8 ppg) paced the Warriors with 19 points, while Seth Swires and Lucas Cross each scored 6. Zach Pierson scored three points, with Nolan Murphy adding 2 and Cole Pierce 1.
AuSable Valley 63, Peru 43
The Lady Patriots jumped out to a 22-6 first quarter lead in defeating Peru for their seventh win of the season Jan. 16. The Patriots connected on 11 shots from behind the three-point arc. Logan Snow (10.1 ppg) led the way with four three-pointers and 16 points overall, while Madison McCabe scored 13, Meghan Strong (12.2) 12, Taylor Saltus (11.8) 9, Jeanna Manning 3, Madison Rondeau 2, Bryce Douglass 2 and Nicole SantaMaria 1.
AuSable Valley 7, Peru 3
Roger Preston rolled a 214 high game and 577 series as the Patriots earned a victory against Peru Jan. 16. Charlie Lacy added a 187 high game and 566 series while Jimmy Provost had a 202 high game as part of a 539 series. Brandan Ano added a 210 high game and Ryan Thomas rolled a 203.
Peru 4, AuSable Valley 0
Brooke SantaMaria had a 134 high game as part of a 347 series for the Lady Patriots and Shania Malskis added a 112 game to a 308 series Jan. 16.