POTSDAM Alyssa Crosby scored 15 points to lead No. 2 Hammond to a 61-28 win over No. 7 Harrisville in a Section 10 Class D girls basketball quarterfinal game on Friday at Potsdam High School.
Hammond (18-1) will face No. 3 Chateaugay in Tuesdays 6 p.m. semifinal at SUNY Canton.
Courtney Bova added 13 points for the Red Devils. Kathleen Coloney led the Pirates (9-10) with 10 points.
CHATEAUGAY 51, HERMON-DEKALB 39
Courtney Boyea scored 20 of her 22 points in the second half as the No. 3 Bulldogs (16-3) advanced to the Class D semifinals with a win over No. 6 Hermon-DeKalb in Potsdam.
Makayla Fleury added 10 points and 17 rebounds for Chateaugay.
Clarissa Davis led the Demons (11-9) with 16 points and 12 rebounds.
MADRID-WADDINGTON 65, LISBON 16
The top-seeded Yellow Jackets cruised past No. 8 Lisbon (8-11) in a Class D quarterfinal at Massena High School. Madrid-Waddington (18-1) will meet No. 5 Heuvelton in a semifinal at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday at SUNY Canton.
Bridget Beldock scored 12 points for the Yellow Jackets and Olivia Parmeter added 11.
HEUVELTON 79, CLIFTON-FINE 72 (2 OT)
Olivia St. Pierre scored 19 points as the Bulldogs upset No. 4 Clifton-Fine (15-5) in the other Class D quarterfinal in Massena.
Lexi Weidner scored 18 for Heuvelton (14-6). Maddie St. Pierre scored 17.
Hunter Hitchman scored 33 points for the Eagles.
CANTON 55, TUPPER LAKE 42
Bryant Wentworth scored 16 points as No. 4 Canton upset the top-seeded Lumberjacks (11-7) in a Class C semifinal in Tupper Lake.
Canton (7-12) will face St. Lawrence Central in the title game at 1 p.m. Feb. 23 at SUNY Potsdam.
ST. LAWRENCE 70, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 39
Josh White scored 17 points to lead the No. 2 Larries (9-10) past No. 3 Brushton-Moira in a Class C semifinal in Brasher Falls.
Jessi Greer scored 14 points, while Zane Ramsdell added 11 points with 22 rebounds. The Panthers fell to 8-11.
MALONE 2, ISLANDERS 1
Bailey Conklin scored the game-winner at 7 minutes, 7 seconds of the third period as the No. 4 Huskies (10-10-1) edged the No. 5 Islanders in a Division II quarterfinal in Malone. Malone will travel to play No. 1 St. Lawrence Central in Wednesdays 7 p.m. semifinal.
Trevor Hughes scored a first-period goal for the Islanders (6-13-2). Trevor Henderson tied the game two minutes later for the Huskies.
NORWOOD-NORFOLK 7, TUPPER LAKE 4
Austin Cousineau scored two goals with three assists as the No. 3 Flyers (11-8-2) defeated No. 6 Tupper Lake in a Division II quarterfinal in Norfolk. Norwood-Norfolk will travel to play No. 2 OFA at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in a semifinal.
Zeb Brown scored two goals with two assists for the Flyers and Troy Kovach also scored two goals. The Lumberjacks fell to 1-18-1.
INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD
PIERCE LEADS CANTON TO TITLE
Laura Pierce won three individual events, setting a Section 10 record in the 1,500-meter run, as Cantons girls won the Section 10 team title at SLU. Canton finished with 160 1/2 points and Malone was second with 94.
Pierce, named the Most Valuable Runner, won the 1,000 and 3,000 and her time of 4 minutes, 43.5 seconds in the 1,500 set a Section 10 record.
Cantons other individual winners were Emma Collins (55), Lindsay Proulx (55 hurdles) and Gemma DelRossi (600).
Beaver Rivers Skylar Pastor, a South Jefferson student, won the 300 and was named the Most Valuable Field Event Performer. Other girls individual champions included Potsdams Maddie Drechsel (long jump), Indian Rivers Elizabeth Kolodgy (shot put) and Tupper Lakes Samantha Ormsby (triple jump) and Hannah Klossner (high jump).
MALONE WINS BOYS TITLE
Four individual winners as well as a title in the 3,200 relay helped Malone take the boys title at the Section 10 meet with 152 1/2 points. OFA was second with 105.
Malone was led by Morgan Marlow, who won the 1,600 and was named Most Valuable Runner. Malones other wins came from Corey Lamere (3,200), Aaron Sharlow (long jump) and Abe Gravell (high jump).
Indian Rivers Darrius Bryant won the 55 and the triple jump and was named Most Valuable Field Event Performer. OFAs Alex Wood claimed the 600 and 1,000. Other boys champions included Beaver Rivers Cody Updike (55 hurdles) and Indian Rivers Felix Garcia (300) and Brandon Bliss (shot put).