OFA (59) - Potsdam (42)
OFA: Drummond 5-6-16, Dodge 0-1-3-6, Martin 2-2-6, Cole 3-4-10, St. Germain
9-1-21. Totals: 18-2-17/22-59.
Potsdam: Johnson 2-0-4, Curry 6-1-16, Sapp 3-2-8, Caranzza 2-1-18, Miara
1-0-2, Chambers 0-2-2, Fisher 1-0-2. Totals: 15-2-6/20-42.
Records: (OFA 2-4, Potsdam 2-3)
The Blue Devils scored the first 12 points of the
game and maintained a double digit lead through the evening to deny
Potsdam¹s attempt to rally with a fullcourt press. Elissa St. Germain
delivered a 21-point, 18-rebound double-double and Lindsay Drummond tallied
16 points with nine rebounds to lead the winning offense which also featured
10 points and 11 rebounds from Mackenzie Cole.
Tess Curry paced the Stoners with 16 points.
Morristown 44, Heuvelton 40
Heuv: Leonard 2-1-5, Martin 0-0-0, Ross 1-5-7, K Nicholson 1-5-7, Weaver
4-0-8, Sloan 1-1-3, K Terwilliger 1-0-2, K Pike 2-2-8, Totals 12-14 40
MCS: G Marshall 2-6/6-10, L Whalen 1-6/13-8, K Porter 1-0-2, Bertrand 3-1-7,
White 1-1-3, D Dulmage 3-3-9, Plummer 1-1-0-5. Totals 12-17 44
Three Pointers: Heuv 2 (Pike 2), MCS 1 - (Plummer 1)
Despite a poor foul shooting performance as a team in the
fourth quarter 10-for-24, the Morristown Girls Varsity Basketball team
earned its first Northern Athletic Conference West League win of the season,
44-40 over Heuvelton, on Tuesday.
³We kept our composure down the stretch,² said MCS Coach Elisha DeJesus.
³Gabby Marshall hit some very important free throws. And Amanda Bertrand
played a solid defensive game inside. She¹s improving each game and getting
Marshall went six for six at the foulline in the fourth for her game high 10
point to lead 1-3, 2-5 Morristow which built a 25-19 halftime advantage.
Liz Whalen generated eight points and grabbed 15 rebounds while Desirea
Dulmage added nine points. Amanda Bertrand posted seven points and
challenged Heuvelton forwards defensively while Katie Porter tallied five
rebounds, three steals, two assists and scored two points.
³They hit some free throws at the end. We got into foul trouble early. We
just need to bounce back for our tournament on Saturday,² said HCS Coach Rob
Powers whose Bulldogs host the Cindy Brady Memorial Tournament.
Kristi Pike scored a pair of three¹s off the bench to lead Heuvelton with
eight points. She also contributed four boards. Sam Weaver also contributed
eight points to compliment three rebounds, three steals and two blocks while
Emily Ross (five rebounds, two assists) and Katie Nicholson (four
rebounds) each logged seven points and Kara Leonard added five points and
five rebounds. Kari Terwilliger led all rebounders with 12 and added a
Salmon River 40, St. Regis Falls 28: The Shamrocks won every quarter but the
fourth to deny St. Regis Falls as Karyss Terrance tallied 11 points, Kaeli
LaFrance tallied eight pints, and Krissy Trembley posted seven points in a
balance effort where five players scored six or more. Krista Lucas generated
16 points for St. Regis Falls.
Salmon River (40): Debyah 1-0 2, LaFrance 2-4 8, J. Wood 2-0 6, Terrance 3-5
11, Francis 0-6 6, Tremblay 3-1 7. Totals: 11-16 40.
St. Regis Falls (28): Lucas 6-0 16, K. White 1-0 2, LaBounty 2-0 4, Parker
1-0 2, Gardner 1-0 2, Minch 0-2 2. Totals: 11-2 28.
3-point goals: SR 2 (J. Wood 2); SRF 4 (Lucas 4).
SR 13 10 13 4 40
SRF 8 8 6 6 28
SLC 42, C-P 36: Jenna Evans fired in four three¹s in a 18 point performance
to lead the Larries past the Colts in NAC East League action. Evans also
produced eight steals while Molly McCuin added 17 points, 12 rebounds and
four blocked shots. Autumn Irwin also played solid with eight rebounds,
five steals and two points.
For the Colts, Chelsea Huyek and Tara Hennessy each scored eight while
Nicole Smitgh added seven.
³Defensively, we did a nice job. Offensively, we¹re improving,² said C-P
Coach Bill Bonno.
St. Lawrence Central 42, C-P 36
SLC: Irwin 1-0-2, D Smith 1-0-2, J Evans 2-4-2-18, M McCuin 6-0-5-17, A
CP: Baker 1-0-2, Beaulieu 1-0-2-4, T Bonno 2-1-5, Tara Hennessy 4-0-8,
Chelsea Huyek 4-0-8, N. Smith 2-3-7, A Sochia 0-2-2.
The host Canton Central girls basketball team and Hermon-DeKalb
were winners in semifinal action from the annual Don Petty Memorial
Tournament on Tueday night at Jerry Hourihan Gymnasium.
The Lady Bears pulled away from a determined Norwood-Norfolk contingent
42-26 while H-D downed Edward-knox 48-27.
Canton and H-D will play for the championship tonight at 7:45 p.m. following
the third-place contest between N-N and E-K at 6 p.m.
In other girls basketball action last night, in the Northern Athletic
Conference Central Division, OFA beat Potsdam 59-42.
In the NAC East Division, Salmon River topped St. Regis Falls 40-28 while
St. Lawrence Central downed Colton-Pierrepont 42-36. In the NAC West
Division, Morristown edged Heuvelton 44-40.
Canton 42, N-N 26: In what also served an NAC Central Division game, Tressa
Goolden scored 13 points and Kacie Wentorth hit two three-pointers in a
nine-point effort to lead Canton.
The Lady Flyers rallied from an early 11-0 deficit to trail just 21-15 at
halftime and pulled to within 27-24 with 1:57 left in the third quarter on
an Emily Cotey three-pointer.
But Canton rallied to close out the game on a 15-2 run as Emily Rexford
scored eight points and Emily Archibald added six.
For N-N, Cotey scored 10 points, Paige Harvey added eight while Ceci Roy
scored four more.
Canton also won the JV game 48-17 led by Kali Frank and Alyssa Clifford with
11 points. For N-N, Mikenzie Jock scored 10 points.
H-D 48, E-K 27: Rochelle Whitton and Brianna Sayer each scored 13 points
and Kelly Williams added eight to lead H-D past E-K in the other semifinal.
For E-K, which trailed 20-9 at the half, Lindsey Crosbie scored six points.
H-D also won the JV game
St. Lawrence Central 66, Colton-Pierrepont 30: Brian LaBier scored 16 points
and grabbed nine rebounds and posted three blocked shots and Cody Kilcoyne
tallied 10 points and five assists paced the Larries past the Colts in NAC
East play. Rylan Patraw scored nine for the winners while Quinn Patraw added
six points and seven rebounds. Kevin Logan added four assists and four
steals while Matt Aldous chipped in six points and four assists. Camden
Durant added seven points.
Beau Boyden scored 10 points for C-P. Gavin Dominy added seven followed by
Mike Reilly¹s six points.
SLC 66, C-P 30
CP: Cole Hennessy 1-0-2, Ga Doming 3-1-7, Reilly 3-0-6, Murray 1-0-3, D
Knight 1-0-2, Boyden 5-0-10, Totals 14-1-30.
SLC: C Kilcoyne 5-0-10, M Aldous 3-0-6, Durant 3-1-7, B LaBier 8-0-16, Cole
3-0-6, R Patraw 4-1-9, Q Patraw 3-0-6, M Frohm 2-0-4, D Foley 1-0-2. Totals
Three Pointers: C-P 1 (Murray 1)
JV: SLC Won.
Michelle Varney scored from Jessica Denoncourt and Mackenzie Lennox
late in the second period to give Canton a 2-1 lead but Chazy¹s Austria
Kempney scored late in the third to force a 2-2 tie in New York State
Girls Hockey League play.
Taylor Marcellus scored from Margaret Troiano also for the Bears. Amanda
Kempney scored for Chazy.
Laurie King made 22 saves for Canton. K. Emery stopped 28 saves for Chazy.
Salmon River 9, Franklin Academy 1: The Shamrocks scored the first seven
goals and never looked back in NAC Division II action. Steve Adams scored
the first two goals of the game in the first period and finished with a hat
trick while Andrew Bomberry scored two goals and assisted on two others to
lead the Shamrocks. Eric Sisto, Evan Thompson, Derek Hopps, and Oakley
Thomas also scored for the winners who received nine saves from Matt Healy
and three saves from Corey Garrow in net.
Trevor Studlack scored for Malone.
SR 2 3 4 9
FA 0 0 1 1
First period: 1, SR, Adams (pp) 7:00; 2, SR, Adams (O. Thomas) 14:33.
Second period: 3, SR, Bomberry (Thompson, Hart) 1:44; 4, SR, Sisto (Cole,
Tarbell) (pp) 4:35; 5, SR, Bomberry (C. Thomas) 4:57.
Third period: 6, SR, Thompson (Bomberry, C. Thomas) 0:54; 7, SR, Adams
(Hopps) 3:53; 8, FA, T. Studlack (Fleury) 4:35; 9, SR, O. Thomas (Cole)
10:43; 10, Hopps (Bomberry) 11:40.
Goalies: Healy (SR) 9 and Garrow (SR) 3; Rondeau (FA) 35.