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Heuvelton falls to Lisbon as seniors honored; E-K clinches NAC West; M-W winsin NAC North


HEUVELTON - Parents/Senior night at Heuvelton Central saw visiting Lisbon make itself at home on the Bulldogs’ court on Tuesday night. After a close junior varsity battle where Heuvelton pulled off a late 47-40 win the Bulldogs Varsity was unable to match a hot shooting Golden Knights club which posted a 59-38 NAC West win. Lisbon improved to 11-5, 8-4 with two games remaining which could play a major impact in the Section 10 Class D seeding pairings which will be announced on Sunday.

Lisbon 59, Heuvelton 38: In a game where Heuvelton (11-5, 8-4) honored its own seniors along with Lisbon seniors, the Knights used a 22-12 third quarter run to take a 46-27 lead.

“They didn’t miss and we didn’t do our jobs defensively. We’ve got to bounce back from this,” said Heuvelton Coach Josh McAllister who honored seniors: Jack Tennant, Aaron Cobb, Jon Sloan, Cody Holland, Dedrick Johnson, Matt Guardino, Mike Guardino, and Chris Power.

Coach McAllister also expressed his gratitude to Lisbon seniors Nick Snyder, Adam Felt, David Turri, James Darcy, and Matt Willard for producing competitive basketball in the Bulldog-Knights rivalry.

Felt’s pin-point shooting produced four threes in a 16 point performance. Jimmy Robinson delivered 14 points while Jake Putney added 10. James Darcy and Ryan Buckley followed with seven and six. Jon Sloan paced Heuvelton scoring 11 points. Cody Holland added eight while Jack Tennant scored six and Johnson added five.

In the JV game, Andrew Streeter scored 19 for Heuvelton and Smith and Lashomb followed with eight and six. For Lisbon Evan Robinson scored 12, Donnie Duprey netted 10 and Coleman Smith added nine.

Edwards-Knox clinched the NAC West Regular Season title with a commanding 80-34 win at Hermon-DeKalb. Harrisville rolled past Hammond 59-35 while Morristown dropped Clifton-Fine 58-29.

Madrid-Waddington won 58-54 NAC North duel with St. Lawrence Central.

E-K 80, H-D 34: Kaden Dandrow controlled the third quarter scoring 10 points for the Cougars (15-2, 12-1).Dandrow finished with 28 in the game while Chris Davison added 11, Jessie Bullock chipped in eight and Tyler Tresidder scored seven. Macaulay Snell tallied 14 points for H-D and Cody Merritt added six.

Harrisville 59, Hammond 35: Nathan Weaver exploded for 22 points and Jared Dreythaler scored 13 points for the Pirates who gradually pulled away from a 13-5 first quarter lead. Joey Butts followed with 10 points. Darin Bresett scored 11 points for Hammond and Ryan Proven added six.

Morristown 58, C-F 29: Bobby Simmons tossed in five threes scoring 18 points to lead four MCS players in double figures. Dakota Marshall added 14 points while Ryan Vollmer and Devin Dulmage each logged 11. Chase Koster tallied 14 points for the Eagles and Matt Russell added six.


Madrid-Waddington 58, SLC 54: The Jackets (11-6, 4-4) prevailed on the strength of a 28-16 halftime lead. Greg Thompson anchored a balanced M-W offense with 18 points. Colin O’Bryan chipped in 10 followed by Maurice Rease with nine, Richard Wright with seven. In the regular season finale for the Larries (8-10, 4-4), Zane Ramsdell tossed through a game-high 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. Jessi Greer contributed 10 points followed by Cody Meacham, who netted eight points and blocked six shots.

Tupper Lake 43, C-P 34: Mitch Keniston scored 12 and Cody LaPierre added 11 to lift the Lumberjacks (10-5). Gyle Dominy tallied 12 points for C-P.


Malone 75, Massena 61: The Huskies took control of the game with a 19-5 third-quarter run. Jon Dunlavey paced Malone (16-1, 11-1) with 15 points. Tyler Haas led the 9-8, 6-5 Massena offense with 17 points.

Potsdam 84, Canton 41: The Sandstoners (11-5, 6-5) built a 27-9 lead by the end of the first quarter where junior center Shawn Clark connected for nine of his game-high 17 points. Evan LaPoint led Canton (5-11, 3-8) with 12 points and Bryant Wentworth chipped in nine.

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