LISBON Switching from a person-to-person defense to a zone press in the
final two minutes of the first half sparked Lisbon to a 7-0 run to taken an
21-20 advantage and the Golden Knights went onto earn a 45-30 decision over
Edwards-Knox to even its Northern Athletic Conference West League mark to
³We didn¹t play well until the final two minutes of the first half. We
didn¹t do a good job of getting Jaclyn Moore the ball. She needs to demand
the ball more. When we got her the ball, Mackenzie Walker did a good job in
the low post converting off Jaclyn¹s passes. The difference was our zone
press. It created some nice opportunities,² said LCS Coach Dickie
Moore finished with a double-double with 19 points, 13 rebounds, four
assists and seven steals. Aleashia Parmeter added 10 points, five steals,
two boards and two assists while Walker chipped in seven points and five
rebounds. Taylor Amo added five points, four rebounds, four assists and two
steals while Taylor Armstrong had four steals.
Lindsey Crosbie scored 10 points for E-K. Megan White added eight with six
points coming from Kaylee Hartley.
In the junior varsity game, Lisbon clinged onto a 26-21 win over
Edwards-Knox. Beth Crowley (five rebounds, two steals) and Jackie Sovie
(four rebounds) each scored eight points for Lisbon while Chrissy Wilson and
Alison Mitchell (six rebounds) each tallied four points while Colleen
Hammond added two points. Other LCS highlights came from: Gabby Walker (nine
steals, three rebounds, three assists), Rebecca Mason (four rebounds,three
steals) and Emily Dishaw (three rebounds).
Katie Smith scored 11 for Edwards-Knox. Katie Hale added seven.
E-K (30): Hartley 2-2 6, Hawn 1-0-2, C Davis 1-0-2, M White 3-2 8, Campbell
1-0-2, Crosbie 4-2 10, Totals 12-6 30.
LCS (45): Armstrong 1-0-2, Amo 2-1-5, M Walker 3-1-7, Parmeter 5-0 10, Moore
8-3-19, Akins, Fargo, Teele, Bodwell, Wheeler, Hammond, Totals 19-7 45.
H-D 41, Morristown 36: The Demons hit some key shots in the third quarter
where H-D used a 13-4 advantage to take a 30-25 lead in the first NAC West
League meeting between the two schools.
³We came out flat in the first half. Morristown really gave us a good dose
of Liz Whalen early but we played much better defense in the second half on
her,² said H-D Coach Steve Morrill.
Brianna Sayer (four steals, four rebounds) and Kaylee O¹Donnell (four
rebounds, five assists, two steals) each scored nine points, Angelica Scales
added eight points and Rochelle Whitton tallied seven points, five rebounds,
six assists and two steals to lead the Demons.
Kelly Williams finished with seven rebounds, four points and two assists
while Francesca Trembley added three caroms, two steals and and two points.
Lizzie Whalen paced Morristown with 16 points, 14 rebounds, and two steals.
Gabby Marshall added nine boards, three assists and three points while Leah
White added seven points and Katie Porter chipped in five.
³We came out pretty strong in the first quarter but they hit some big hoops
in the second half especially in the third quarter. But I was happy with
our intensity on defense,² said MCS Coach Elisha DeJesus.
HD 41, Morristown 36
HD: R Whitton 2-1-0-7, A. Scales 4-0-8, B Sayer 2-5/8-9, F Trembley 1-0-2, K
O¹Donnell 3-1-0-9, D Matthews 1-0-2, K Williams 2-0-4, Totals 17-5 41
Morr: K Porter 1-1-0-5, G Marshall 1-1-3, L White 2-1-0-7, Bertrand 1-0-2, L
Whalen 6-4-16, C Plummer 1-0-3.
Three-Pointers: H-D 2 (Whitton 1, O¹Donnell 1); Morr 2 (Porter 1, White 1)
JV: HD won.
Harrisville 54 - Heuvelton 38: The 3-0 Pirates won their NAC West opener on
the strength of 14-2 runs in the first and third quarters. Patty Coloney¹s
23 points, six rebounds and five steals led the way with Kaitlyn Hart
netting nine points. Emilie Ross and Sam Weaver combined for 12 and eight
points for Heuvelton.
Harrisville 54 - Heuvelton 38
Harr: Backus 1-0-2, K. Coloney 2-2-6, P. Coloney 8-7-23, Hall 2-0-4, Hart
2-1-2-9, Wood 3-1-7, French 1-1-3. Totals:L 20-12-54.
Heuvelton: Leonard 3-1-7, Weaver 4-0-8, Ross 4-4-12, Nicholson 1-0-2, Pike
0-2-1-7, Terwilliger 1-0-2. Totals: 14-6-38.
Records: Heuvelton (1-3), Harrisville (3-0)
Chateaugay 30, Colton-Pierrepont 15: Rachel Fowler and Michelle Swanston
each scored 10 points to lead the Bulldogs who broke open a 12-7 halftime
lead with a 14-4 run. Chelsea Huyck scored four points and Alex Sochia added
three more to pace C-P.
Chateaugay (30): Rachel Fowler 5-0 10, Cindy Harrigan 2-0 4, Courtney Boyea
3-0 6, Michelle Swanson 5-0 10. Totals: 15-0 30.
CP (15): Baker 1-0 2, Bonno 1-0 2, Tara Hennessy 1-0 2, Chelsea Huyck 2-0 4,
Nicole Smith 1-0 2, Alex Sochia 1-0 3. Totals: 7-0 15.
3-pt. goals: C-P (Sochia).
C-P: 2-5-4-4 15
CHA: 6-6-14-4 30
Tupper Lake 52, Norwood-Norfolk 24: Balanced paced the Lumberjacks in their
Central League win over the Flyers as Carlie Aldridge scored nine and Hunter
Aldridge and Katie Stewart added eight each as a 13-5 second quarter and
17-4 third quarter runs sparked the win. Paige Harvey scored 10 points to
lead all scorers for Norwood-Norfolk.
Tupper Lake 52, Norwood Norfolk 24
TL: C Aldridge 4-1-9, H Aldridge 3-2-8, T Keniston 3-1-7, E Kingsley 1-0-2,
Lawyer 2-0-4, E Santford 2-0-4, S Samford 3-0-6, T Spencer 2-0-4, K Stewart
N-N: Harvey 3-1-0-10, Cotey 2-0-4, B Tebo , Langtryy 2-0-4, Roy 1-2-4, C
JV: N-N won.
Rebound: E Cotey C Roy 4r each.
MALONE - OFA travelled to Malone to make a belated start to their NAC
Central League seasoin and defending champion Huskies (4-1-) used a 19-14
fourth quarter advantage to secure a well-earned victory and a 3-0 start to
their title defense. The Lady Devils (1-2) will look to rebound on Friday in
their home opener facing Hammond at 8 p.m. in the opening round of the Ben
Cordwell Memorial Tournament. Madrid-Waddington and Canton will play in the
opening game at 6:30 p.m. with the JV openers staged at the school auxiliary
gym (see adjoining schedule).
Brittany Marshall struck for a game-high 15 points and Kelsey Johnson
tallied nine to lead a well-balanced Malone offense in Thursday¹s game.
Mackenzie Cole and Elissa St. Germain shared OFA scoring honors with 10
points. Chelsea Martin added eight followed by Megan Morrison with six.
Tupper Lake 52, N-N 24: Paige Harvey tossed through a game-high 10 points
but it wasn¹t enough as the Lumberjacks took control with a 17-5 second
quarter run. Carley Aldridge anchored a balanced Tupper Lake offense with
Franklin Academy (52): Tatro 3-0 6, Walbridge 1-0 2, Am. Gadway 2-0 4,
Johnson 3-3 9, Gravel 0-1 1, Skelly 3-0 7, Lamica 2-4 8, Marshall 4-6 14.
Totals: 18-14 52.
Ogdensburg (40): Drummond 1-1 3, Dodge 2-0 4, Martin 3-2 8, Cole 4-2 10, St.
Germain 5-0 10, Morrison 2-2 6, Giglio, Damms. Totals: 17-7 41.
OFA 8 8 11 14 40
FA 11 9 13 19 52
3-point goals: FA 2 (Skelly, Marshall).
CANTON - Massena used an edge in rebounding to prevail 38-34 in a
back-and-forth battle with Canton on Tuesday night in a Northern Athletic
Conference Central Division girls basketball matchup at Jerry Hourihan
³Both teams worked hard and controlling the boards was very important,² said
Massena coach Andrea Matejcik.
³We were able to get a lot of second-chance opportunities and that helped us
pull it out.²
The Lady Raiders trailed 18-17 at halftime, but rallied after intermission
as Kristen McKeel finished with six points and 11 rebounds, Allison Holliday
with seven points and seven boards and Caitlin Miller with six points and
Paulina Behrens finished with eight points, including a key free throw with
nine seconds left in regulation, while Emily Sullivan added four points for
For Canton, freshman Emily Rexford scored a game-high 13 points, Katie
Murray (2 three-pointers) and Tressa Goolden each tallied six points while
Amanda Dargie added five.
Massena (38) Behrens 1-6-8, Dupree 1-0-2, Miller 1-4-6, Sullivan 2-0-4,
Barnes 0-1-1, Truax 0-2-2, Jacobs 0-2-2, Holliday 3-1-7, McKeel 3-0-6.
Canton (34) Archibald 1-0-2, Dargie 2-0-5, Rexford 4-3-11, Murray 2-0-6,
Goolden 3-0-6, Hopkins-Betters 1-0-2. Totals: 14-3-34
3-Point Goals: Canton: Lawrence 2, Dargie 1.
Alex Bay 7, SLC 3
First Period: 1. AB - Brittin Vanosdel (Jenna Singer, Georgia Gilfus) 3:10,
2. SLC - Grace Lyon (Sarah Bartensloager, Brandi Thomas) 4:08.
Second Period: 3. AB - Geneva Wagoner (Jamie Wiley, Morgan Garlock) 4:50, 4.
AB - Wiley 6:13.
Third Period: 5. SLC - Lynn Haynes (Darby Aldridge) 4:17, 7. Wiley 6:17, 7.
AB - Tiffany Lingenfelter (Wiley, Jessica Prance) 8:28, 8. AB - Prance
(Lingenfelter, Wiley) 9:06, 9. SLC - Aldridge (Lyon) 13:27, 9. AB - Wiley
Goalies: Johnson (SLC) 19. Kaitlin Russell (AB) 20.
this weekend ithaca friday at 7:45 p.m., at oswego saturday 10 a.m.
BRASHER FALLS - The St. Lawrence Central girls hockey team dropped a 7-3
decision to Alexandria Bay in an Upstate New York High School League game at
the Tri-Town Arena on Tuesday.
The teams traded first period goals before the Purple Ghosts netted a pair
of unanswered goals in the middle frame then outscored the Lady Larries 4-2
in the third to come away with the convincing win.
Brittan Vanosdel opened the scoring for Alex Bay by finishing off a play set
up by Jenna Singer and George Gilfus just 3:10 into the game but the Lady
Larries countered just 58 seconds later when Grace Lyon converted from Sarah
Bartensloager and Brandi Thomas.
Geneva Wagoner and Jamie Wiley, who finished with three goals and three
assists, put Alex Bay ahead 3-1 with the only goals of the second period.
Lynn Haynes pulled SLC back to within one when she scored from Darby
Aldridge 4:17 into the third period but the Purple Ghosts broke the game
open with three straight goals in less than three minutes midway through the
final frame. Aldridge slowed the Alex Bay surge when she connected from Lyon
with 1:33 remaining but Wiley sealed the win with her third unassisted goal
of the game with just 20 seconds left.
Tiffany Lingenfelter and Jessica Prance each contributed a goal and assist
toward the win.
Breanna Johnson made 19 saves working the SLC crease. Caitlin Russell
handled 20 shots backstopping the win.
The Lady Larries, who were coming off a breakthrough win over Salmon River
just 24 hours earlier, slipped to 1-4 with the win as they get set to hit
the road this weekend to play games at Ithaca on Friday (7:45 p.m.) and at
Oswego on Saturday (10 a.m.).
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