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SRF boys stay unbeaten with win at Madrid-Waddington


MADRID - Unbeaten St. Regis Falls showed just why it is 15-0, 11-0 on the NAC East season at Madrid-Waddington on Friday evening in a 57-40.

The Saints showed the combination of teamwork and the ability to close games.

The Saints did just that gaining control of the Jackets (6-6, 5-3 NAC East) in the third quarter where they took a 34-26 lead and went 14-for-14 at the foul line in the fourth to seal the win.

“St. Regis Falls is a very good team. Tonight they took us out of our game plan which was to keep them off the foul line. They attacked the basket well and played good defense. We played well at times early and hopefully, we get a chance to earn a third meeting during the playoffs. In that third quarter, we got rattled,” said M-W coach Aaron Jones.

The Saints went 17-23 at the foul line in the game and Louis Goodrow stepped up his game scoring 17 points. Brandon Votra tallied 11 while Ryan Duquette, Corey LaBounty and Tyler Daggett (three threes) each scored nine. Tyler Fraser chipped in two.

Zach Brock tallied 12 points and David Odendahl scored 11 points for M-W. Jacob Barney added 10 points, six assists and three rebounds while Aaron Armstrong chipped in seven points and four rebounds. David Matthie and TJ Gagnon each scored two.

Colton-Pierrepont 62, Norwood-Norfolk 24: A 19-1 third quarter sealed the victory for the host Colts (4-9, 3-7 NAC East) against the Flyers (3-12, 2-10 NAC East) as Zach Farr delivered four threes in a 26 point effort.

Scott Boyce tallied nine points followed by eight each from Riley Doyle, John Angleberger and six from Ethan Knight. Rounding out the Colts were: Major McKinley (two), Mark Dumas (two) and Bruce Avery (who hit a free throw coming off the bench after being out with a ACL injury all season).

Garrett Waite scored six, Dustin Fisher tallied five and Ian St. Andrews and Skyler Stanford each scored four for the Flyers. Gage Oroglio (one), Zach Benware (two), Travis Gay (two) rounded out the Flyers’ scoring.

Tupper Lake 71, Brushton-Moira 50: Mitch Keniston delivered 28 points and Morgan Stevens netted 16 as host Tupper Lake (10-5, 8-3 NAC East) rode a 22-9 and 22-12 third and fourth quarter advantages over the Panthers (6-7, 4-5).

Adam Martin generated 14 points for the Panthers. Zach Burnett, Brian Aubrey and Alex Burnett each scored eight with Taylor Tallman adding seven.

Chateaugay 53, Parishville-Hopkinton 28: A 20-2 second quarter extended a 16-5 first quarter lead for the Bulldogs. Balanced scoring lifted the Bulldogs (7-5, 6-2 NAC East) led by 12 points from Jordan Martin, 11 points from Tyler Jones and eight points each from Nick Ashline and Seth Henderson.

Pacing the Panthers (2-14, 1-10 NAC East) were Wyatt Snell and Mike Burns with seven each and Mike Charleson with five. Connor Sullivan, Ryan Snyder, Lucas Snell and Garrett Hayes each scored two while Joe Curtis added a free throw.


Norwood-Norfolk 42, Colton-Pierrepont 37: The Flyers outscored the Lady Colts 16-3 in the fourth quarter led by Madison Seguin’s eight points. Madison Seguin and Cadence Hunkins each scored 10 points for the Flyers (3-9, 3-8 NAC East). Ayanna Mason and Hannah Seguin each scored eight. Kim Stewart, Desiree Palmer and Breanna Deshane each scored two.

Morgan Doyle supplied 22 points for the Colts (3-10, 3-6 NAC East). Courtney Marsh added nine while Haylee Hennessy and Eve Whalen each scored three.

Chateaugay 50, Parishville-Hopkinton 16: The Bulldogs (9-3, 7-1 NAC East) widened a 11-3 first quarter lead to 30-9 at halftime as Brianna Cook scored 14 points and Abby Barnes chipped in 11 to lead the win. Cailtin Miller finished with nine.

Miranda Collins scored seven for P-H (3-6). Kelsey Putnam added three.

followed by two each from Nicole White, Kodi Perkins, and Katie Colbert.

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