DEXTER Clifton-Fine junior Hunter Hitchman scored 20 points to pass the 1,000-point mark for her career, leading the Indians to a 50-36 nonleague girls basketball victory over General Brown on Saturday.
Hitchman reached the milestone by hitting a 3-point field goal with five seconds remaining in the first half. She became the first girls basketball player in the history of Clifton-Fine (3-3) to get to 1,000 career points.
I just wanted to get the ordeal over with a concentrate on basketball and winning as a team, said the third-year varsity player, who accomplished the feat in 42 games. My teammates have been real supportive throughout my career and this accomplishment is accredited to them who make me better.
Katie Pitkin scored 16 points for General Brown (4-4).
HEUVELTON 45, LISBON 41
Olivia St. Pierre sank a pair of free throws to seal a win for the Bulldogs in the Cindy Brady Memorial Tournament championship game at Heuvelton.
St. Pierre finished with 18 points, six rebounds and four steals as the Tournaments Most Valuable Player for Heuvelton (6-2).
Jackie Sovie scored 18 points for Lisbon (4-4).
ST. LAWRENCE 62, COLTON-PIERREPONT 33
All-tournament selection Breanna Vatter tallied 20 of her 26 points in the first half and buried six 3-pointers for the Larries in their win over the Colts in the consolation game of the Cindy Brady Memorial Tournament.
Samantha Richards and Lindsey Thayer followed with 14 and 10 points, respectively, for St. Lawrence (3-4).
Morgan Doyle tallied 18 points for Colton-Pierrepont (3-5).
MALONE 43, NORTHEASTERN CLINTON 21
Morgan Fountain scored 10 points lead the Huskies (6-1) to a win on day two of the Section 7-10 Challenge at Rouses Point.
PLATTSBURGH 55, MASSENA 43
Marissa Manley scored 20 points and Mackenzie Young added 14, but the Red Raiders (4-3) were unable to pull out a win on day two of the Section 7-10 challenge.
TUPPER LAKE 51, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 24
Katie Stuart scored 22 points as the host Lumberjacks claimed the Heather Provost Tournament, beating the Flyers.
Lindsey Maroun and Jessica Wagner each logged six points for Tupper Lake (6-2). Hanna Seguin and Miranda Langtry each scored seven points for Norwood-Norfolk (1-6).
PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 44, ST. REGIS FALLS 38
In the Heather Provost Tournament consolation game, Jenna Converse scored 14 points and Nicole White tallied 11 for the winning Panthers (2-3).
Brittany Rondeau tallied 12 and Caitlin White added 11 for St. Regis Falls (0-5).
CARTHAGE 43, PHOENIX 26
Zakiya Saunders accounted for 15 points, six assists, eight rebounds and nine steals to guide the Comets in the consolation game of the Mexico Tournament.
Lexi Smith chipped in with 15 points, including four 3-pointers, four rebounds and three steals, and Ashley Hall grabbed six rebounds for Carthage (5-4).
Katherine Oliver scored 11 points for Phoenix (1-9).
ONEIDA 35, IHC 33
The Cavaliers rallied from a 19-2 deficit early in the second quarter, but fell short of the comeback in the consolation game of the Bishop Grimes Tournament in East Syracuse.
Becca Lazore led Immaculate Heart (1-8) with 13 points and seven rebounds, while Olivia Miles scored seven points and was named to the all-tournament team.
LYME 54, HARRISVILLE 48
All-tourney MVP Troy Wilson led a balanced attack with 16 points as the Indians used a strong fourth quarter to beat the Pirates in the finals of the Charlie Bridge Tournament in Sackets Harbor.
Timmy Morrow added 12 points and eight rebounds for Lyme (7-2). Kody Goutremont made the all-tourney team with eight points.
All-tourney selection Nick Weir and Nathan Weaver each had 11 points for Harrisville (7-2). Joey Butts also got a slot on the all-tourney team.
SACKETS HARBOR 71, IHC 55
Josh Keruski paced the host Patriots with 22 points as they beat the Cavaliers in the consolation game of the Charlie Bridge Tournament.
All-tourney pick Zach Rossaeu scored 20 points for Sackets Harbor (5-3).
Jude Fusilli tallied 20 points for IHC (3-7). Cole Carpenter was also named to the all-tournament team.
HEUVELTON 46, LISBON 27
Dedrick Johnson scored 18 points, including five 3-pointers, to earn co-MVP honors and lead the host Bulldogs past the Golden Knights in the title game of the 20th annual Al Gutterson Memorial Tournament.
Mike Guardino scored 14 points and shared MVP honors for Heuvelton (8-2). Adam Felt tallied 13 points for Lisbon (3-4).
GOUVERNEUR 65, HAMMOND 47
The Wildcats (2-7) earned their second win of the season in the consolation game of the Al Gutterson Memorial Tournament behind Troy Gates 16 points Devin Coxs 15.
All-tournament pick Nolan Martin scored 19 points for Hammond (3-6).
POTSDAM 48, PERU 36
Willie Coleman provided a game-high 19 points and Konnor Bigwarfe tallied 11 points while passing out nine assists for the Sandstoners (4-2) in their win during day two of the Section 7-10 Challenge at SUNY Potsdam.
Makenzie Laroque scored 17 points to pace Peru.
ST. REGIS FALLS 51, LAKE PLACID 11
Four players scored double figures for the Saints as they remained unbeaten after the second day of the Section 7-10 Challenge at SUNY Potsdam.
Brandon Votra and Ty Daggett each added 12 points, and Caleb Green and Corey Labounty each had 10 for St. Regis Falls (9-0).
SARANAC 57, MASSENA 42
Jeremy Bullis scored 21 points and Connor Christopherson added 13 to lead Saranac past the Red Raiders in a Section 7-10 Challenge game at SUNY Potsdam.
For Massena (3-4), Zack Rusaw tallied 15 and Joey Labella scored 12 points.
MALONE 65, BEEKMANTOWN 47
Nate Monette generated 17 points, while Connor Dailey scored 14 and John Dunlavey added 13 to lead the Huskies (10-0) in the Section 7-10 Challenge at SUNY Potsdam.
Kegan Ryan scored 22 for Beekmantown.
CHATEAUGAY 54, NORTHERN ADIRONDACK 24
Noah Bowess 15 points and Jared Martins 10 led the host Bulldogs to a nonleague win. Retired Chateaugay head coach Ron Boyea was honored in a pregame ceremony.