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St. Regis Falls rolls through champ Madrid-Waddington

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ST. REGIS FALLS — Brandon Votra scored 23 points to lead the St. Regis Falls boys basketball team to a 56-42 victory over defending Section 10 Class D champion Madrid-Waddington in a Northern Athletic Conference interdivision game Tuesday.

Caleb Green scored 20 points for the Saints (14-1 overall, 10-1 division). Greg Thompson paced the Yellow Jackets (9-6) with nine points.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 82, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 31

Colton-Pierrepont (7-8, 4-5) took a 21-4 lead after one quarter and went on to beat Parishville-Hopkinton in an East Division game in Parishville.

Patrick Martin scored 19 points for the Colts and Gyle Dominy added 18. Zach Farr scored 14 and Ethan Knight tossed in 11.

Ryan Snyder led the Panthers (0-11, 0-9) with 12 points.

HARRISVILLE 64, CLIFTON-FINE 34

Joey Butts scored 15 points as Harrisville (12-3, 9-2) defeated Clifton-Fine in a West Division game in Star Lake.

Jared Drethayler added 14 points for the Pirates and Tim Fowler tossed in 13. Chas Koster led the Eagles (1-14, 0-11) with nine points.

HEUVELTON 61, MORRISTOWN 48

Mike Guardino scored 15 points to send the Bulldogs (10-5, 8-3) past the Green Rockets in a West Division game in Heuvelton.

Dedrick Johnson scored 13 points and Cody Holland tossed in 12 for Heuvelton.

Devin Dulmage led the Green Rockets (5-9, 3-8) with 12 points and Ryan Vollmer scored 11.

LISBON 63, HERMON-DEKALB 35

A 27-point effort by Adam Felt helped the Golden Knights (10-5, 7-4) knock off the Demons in a West Division game in Lisbon.

Jimmy Robinson added 15 points for Lisbon with Ryan Buckley producing 10. Macauley Snell paced the Demons (3-11, 3-8) with 13 points and Cody Merritt tallied 10.

MALONE 88, CANTON 48

Nate Monette scored 16 points as the Huskies (14-1, 9-1) claimed a Central Division win in Malone.

Mitch Gallagher and Austin Lamay each scored 14 for Malone. Charles Ames led Canton (5-10, 3-7) with 14 points.

OFA 49, POTSDAM 34

Pat Cosmo and Breton LaRose each scored 13 points for the Blue Devils (13-1, 7-1) in a Central Division win in Ogdensburg.

Matt Piercey added 11 points for OFA. Shawn Clark led Potsdam (9-5, 4-5) with 13 points and Will Coleman scored 12.

MASSENA 76, GOUVERNEUR 54

Zach Rusaw scored 15 points as the Red Raiders (9-6, 6-3) defeated the Wildcats in a Central Division game in Massena.

Joey LaBelle added 13 points for Massena. Devin Cox led the Wildcats (4-11, 3-6) with 14 points and Mark Horne tallied 12.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

SALMON RIVER 86, ST. REGIS FALLS 24

Abby Kelly scored twice as many points as the Saints, finishing with 48 as Salmon River (11-3) won a nonleague game in Fort Covington.

Jaiden Mitchell and Taylor Francis each scored 12 points for Salmon River. Brittany Rondeau led the Saints (0-10) with 10 points.

CANTON 66, TUPPER LAKE 17

The Golden Bears (13-1) led 20-5 after one quarter and went on to defeat the Lumberjacks in a nonleague game in Canton.

Emma Rexford led Canton with 21 points and Tori Daley added 10. Katie Stuart scored 13 points for Tupper Lake (8-6).

MADRID-WADDINGTON 60, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 32

Olivia Parmeter produced 17 points as Madrid-Waddington (12-1, 6-0) defeated the Parishville-Hopkinton in a North Division game in Brushton.

Tess Knight and Bridget Beldock each scored 15 points for Madrid-Waddington. Arielle Gary led the Panthers (5-8, 1-5) with 12 points.

HAMMOND 65, EDWARDS-KNOX 10

Alyssa Crosby scored 10 points, grabbed nine rebounds and made seven steals to lead the Red Devils past the Cougars (1-13, 1-10) in a West Division game in Hammond.

Cassie Whalen added 10 points and nine rebounds for Hammond (13-1, 10-0) and Mikayla Horton and Courtney Bova each scored 10 points.

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