Valley sports: AVCS, Keene girls dominate in wins

Girls basketball

AuSable Valley 68, Plattsburgh High 26

The Lady Patriots jumped out to an 18-7 first quarter lead and cruised to victory over Plattsburgh High, their ninth of the season and sixth in Division I play Jan. 21. Taylor Saltus (12.0 ppg) paced the Pats with 17 points as Logan Snow (10.0) added 14, Madison McCabe 8, Jeanna Manning 5, Meghan Strong (13.2) 3, Syndney Snow 3, Nicole SantaMaria 2, Shelby Bourgeois 2 and Bryce Douglass 2.

Keene 65, Crown Point 17

The Lady Beavers outscored Crown Point 47-11 in the first half in scoring their seventh victory of the season (7-2, 7-0) Jan. 21. Hanna Whitney (13.7 ppg) scored 22 points to lead the Keene offensive attack with Elaina Smith adding 18, Naomi Peduzzi (11.4) 10, Taylor Geiger (9.9) 9 and Tucker Geiger (10.8) 6.


Saranac 62, AuSable Valley 16

Dylan Baker scored a 14-3 major decision for the Patriots in a loss against Saranac Jan. 21. Joe LeClair outscored his opponent for a 9-6 victory, while Reilly Peck was the victor in a tight 2-1 decision. Kenny Rivers received a forfeit victory.

Boys basketball

Westport 45, Lake Placid 36

The Eagles (7-4, 6-3) used a 13-4 second quarter to gain the edge they needed in defeating Lake Placid Jan. 21. Anderson Gay (10.7 ppg) scored 17 points to pace the Eagles, with Sam Napper scoring 8, RJ King a season-high 7, Ryan Davis (11.5) 4, John Doyle 4, Thomas Mero 3 and Tyrell Tryon 2.

Seton Catholic 57, Elizabethtown-Lewis 35

Leading by three at halftime, Seton Catholic outscored the Lions (3-9, 2-8) 28-9 in the second half to earn a victory Jan. 21. Cortland White (7.3 ppg) scored 15 points for the Lions while Zac Noka-Bailey (10.3) scored 12, Hugh Harwood 2, Austin Morris 2 and Connor Marvin 2.

Moriah 58, Willsboro 33

Moriah outscored the Warriors (3-8, 2-7) in each of the four quarters of play Jan. 21. Lucas Cross led the Warriors with 12 points with Nick Arnold (10.3 ppg) adding 5. Zach Pierson, Nolan Murphy and Seth Swires each scored 3 points, while Keenen Hampton and Jarrid McVicker each scored 2.

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