St. Lawrence Central Squeezes Out State Win vs. N. Adirondack

2019-2020 SECTION X GIRLS BASKETBALL2019-2020 SECTION X GIRLS BASKETBALL
Final Standings & Non League Records

EAST DIVISION                W-L    GB   Non-Lg
x-Madrid-Waddington
Norwood-Norfolk
Chateaugay
St. Regis Falls
Colton-Pierrepont
Brushton-Moira
Parishville-Hopkinton
Tupper Lake
14-0       -        3-3
12-2       2       1-4
10-4       4       3-2
  7-7       7       3-2
  6-8       8       3-3
  5-9       9       0-4
2-12     12       0-8
0-14     14       1-5
CENTRAL DIVISION           W-L    GB  Non-Lg
x-Canton
Malone
Ogdensburg
Gouverneur
Massena
St. Lawrence Central
Potsdam
Salmon River
14-0      -         3-3
10-4      4        2-4
  9-5      5        4-2
  8-6      6        3-3
  8-6      6        2-3
  5-9      9        4-2
1-13    13        3-3
1-13    13        2-4
WEST DIVISION               W-L    GB  Non-Lg
x-Hammond
Heuvelton
Edwards-Knox
Harrisville
Hermon-DeKalb
Lisbon
Morristown
11-1      -         8-0
10-2      1        5-4
  9-3      2        2-2
  5-7      6        6-2
  4-8      7        6-2
  3-9      8        3-4
0-12    11        4-4


The St. Lawrence Central Larries are victorious after an extremely-close state playoff game. A close game down to the wire saw the Larries take the lead in the final minute of the fourth quarter to win 44-42 in the opening round of the New York State Class C girls basketball playoffs.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

 

Section X & New York State Class C Playoffs

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2020

NYSPHSAA Class C Tournament - SUNY Potsdam
St. Lawrence Central (X) 44, N. Adirondack (VII) 42

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2020

Section X Class C Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#3) St. Lawrence Ctl 53, (#1) Madrid-Waddington 48

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2020

Section X Class C Semifinals - Home Higher Seed
(#1) Madrid-Waddington 62, (#4) Brushton-Moira 26
(#3) St. Lawrence Ctl. 65, (#2) Norwood-Norfolk 42

#3 Larries Upset #1 Jackets in Class c title game 53-48


St. Lawrence Central's Marissa McLean (12) executes a layup over Madrid-Waddington's Alexis Sullivan.  The Larries surged back from M-W's 12-6 start with an 11-0 run.  After the Jackets tied the game late in the fourth, the #3 Larries upset the top-seeded Yellowjackets 53-48 for the Section X Class C title. (Jacob McNamara photos)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

The Larries won the Section X Class C Championship. Top scorers for St. Lawrence Central were Mackenzie Moreau with 23 points and Marissa McLean with 14 points. Madrid-Waddington was led by Emma Plumley with 19 points and Alexis Sullivan with 14 points.

ST. LAWRENCE LARRIES SKY OVER FLYERS 65-42 IN SEMIS


St. Lawrence Central's Maggie Yandoh (4) soars above Norwood-Norfolk's Brianna Stratton (22)for a three-point attempt.  The #3-seeded Larries dashed out to a 19-2 lead at second-seeded Norwood-Norfolk, setting the tone for a 65-42 win the the Section X Class C semifinals.  (Bob LaRue photo)  Game Gallery

Norwood-Norfolk's Caryn Perretta (14) runs into traffics in the paint and dishes back to the perimeter.  Marissa McLean paced the visiting Larries with 19 points, while Maggie Yandoh laid in 12.  Tiffany Fisher dropped in 11 points, while Kylee Kellison posted nine points for the Flyers, who closed their season at 13-7 overall.  The Larries advance to face Madrid-Waddington for the Class C title.

LARRIES GATHER THEIR FIRST STATE WIN BEATING BOBCATS


The St. Lawrence Central Larries are victorious after an extremely-close state playoff game. A close game down to the wire saw the Larries take the lead in the final minute of the fourth quarter to win 44-42 in the opening round of the New York State Class C girls basketball playoffs.  (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

St. Lawrence Central’s Mackenzie Moreau (3) scrambles to protect the ball from Northern Adirondack’s Makenna LaBarge (1).  The Larries staged a steady comeback from an 11-point hole in the fourth quarter.  The Larries gained only their second lead of the game 42-40 with 1:20 remaining, when Abby Lemieux buried a three-pointer. After NAC tied the game 10 seconds later, Marissa McLean thrust the Larries back into a two-point lead for good with 27.6 seconds left. Lemieux’s pickoff with 5.4 seconds to go, locked up the final possession. McLean led the Larries with 24 points, including 17 in the second half, along with 11 rebounds. Maggie Yandoh added 11. For the Bobcats,Makenna LaBarge scored 20, while Alexis Bellrose netted 12. St. Lawrence Central plays Section II’s Cambridge in the state quarterfinal.

Madrid-Waddington sweeps past Brushton-Moira 62-26


Madrid-Waddington's Lacey Sullivan (11) floats the ball in for two points over Brushton-Moira's Bailey Traynor (14). Madrid-Waddington swept past Brushton-Moira 62-26 in the Section X Class C semifinals. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

Brushton-Moira's Emma Russell (21) reaches to block while Madrid-Waddington's Alexis Sullivan (13) takes a shot jumper. Sullivan led the Jackets with 16 point, wile Emma Plumley netted 10 points. Brushton-Moira's top scorers were Kyla Phelan with 13 points; with and Natalie Palmer and Emma Russell scoring four points each.

 

Section X Class A Playoffs

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 2020

NYSPHSAA Class A Tournament - SUNY Potsdam
Averill Park (II) 73, Malone (X) 28ne (X) 28

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2020

Section X Class A Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#1) Malone 60, (#2) Massena 41

 MALONE PULLS AWAY IN FINAL QTR. TO WIN CLASS A CROWN


Malone Huskies celebrate with their Section X Championship banner after winning the Class A title by defeating Massena 60-41.  The Huskies pulled away from a 41-31 lead after three quarters.  Malone advances to the first round of the NYSPHSAA Class A Tournament.  The win was the 400th coaching victory for Malone's Shelly Skelly.  Madison Ansari racked up a game-best 34 points, while Leah Gallagher had 17. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Massena's Novaleigh LaGrow (22) cuts between two Malone defenders and sinks the layup to cut the Huskies' lead to 37-31 in the third.  Tori Jacobs led Massena with 18 points, while Shaylena Mandigo posted eight and LeGrow seven.

malone falls to averill park in nys tourney 73-28


Averill Park’s Amelia Wood (33) fires a layup past Malone defender Leah Gallagher (41) to extend the Warriors' lead to 12 points midway through the second quarter. Averill Park went on a 16-2 run across the first and second quarters en route to a 73-28 victory over Malone in the New York State Class A opening round.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery


Malone’s Madison Ansari (3) leaps over Averill Park defender Lindsey Hitchcock (25) to score off the layup to trim the Warriors' lead to 10 points early in the second quarter. AP led 18-9 at the quarter, but blasted away 26-8 in the second quarter and 22-4 in the third frame to settle the issue. Kelsey Wood led all scoring with 17 points, followed by teammate Amelia Wood with 11 points for the Warriors.  For Malone, Ansari led the way with 17 points, to finish her junior season with 1,017 career total so far.

 

Section X Class B Playoffs

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 2020

NYSPHSAA Class B Tournament at Saratoga HS
Mechanicville (II) 58, Canton (X) 43

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2020

Section X Class B Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#1) Canton 55, (#2) Ogdensburg 48 (OT)

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2020

Section X Class B Semifinals - Home Higher Seed
(#1) Canton 71, (#4) Potsdam 34
(#2) Ogdensburg 52, (#3) Gouverneur 42

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2020

Section X Class B Play-In Game - at Higher Seed
(#4) Potsdam 46, (#5) Salmon River 22

canton defeats Potsdam
71-34 in class b semifinal


Canton’s Hailee Duvall (21) prepares to shoot against Potsdam defender Italia Milani (35).  The Golden Bears jumped to a 21-2 lead at the end of the first quarter and 38-11 at the half.  The fourth quarter was Potsdam’s best, scoring 13 points. Canton beat Potsdam 71-34 in the Section X Class C semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Luca Pecora (15) secures the rebound in the offensive zone in front of Canton’s Kelsea Whittier (12).  Sarah Sieminski led the Golden Bears with 24 points, followed by Katie Chisholm with 18.  For the Sandstoners, Pecora topped the scoring with nine points.

potsdam BEATS SALMON RIVER 46-22 TO ADVANCE


Potsdam’s Katie Davis (12) breaks through the Salmon River defense to score off the open layup to extend the Sandstoner lead to 19 points in the third quarter. The Sandstoners advanced to the Section X Class B semifinals earning the 46-22 victory over Salmon River. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Salmon River’s Lindsay Martin (3) scoots around two Potsdam defenders on her way to the basket for a bucket. Leading the Sandstoners was Luca Pecora with 21 points, while Julia Basford added nine points. Leading the Shamrocks was Wihtha Goodleaf with five points.

CANTON GIRLS BOW OUT IN STATE OPENER, FALLING 58-43

MECHANICVILLE 58, CANTON 43
An unanswered 11-0 run to close out the first half, generated a 30-19 lead at the break and propelled Mechanicville to a 58-43 win over the Canton Golden Bears in the opening round of the New York State Girls Class B playoffs.  Canton was unable to dent the lead with a 15-15 third quarter and outscored 13-9 in the final frame.  Mechanicville was led by Charli Goverski with 20 points, while AJ Joseph posted 10.  Emily Wentworth paced the Canton attack with 14 points, while Sarah Sieminski chipped in 10 and both Katie Chisholm and Lexi Huiatt registered eight points apiece.

Canton wins 55-48 over O.F.A. in overtime thriller


The Canton Golden Bears are the Section X Class B girls basketball champions. A close game saw Canton leading 26-18 at halftime. A strong second half performance by Ogdensburg put the game into overtime, where the Golden Bears maintained their head of steam, downing the Blue Devils 55-48. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery NCSN Broadcast

Canton’s Sarah Sieminski (2) slings a pass upcourt, away from Ogdensburg’s Abigail Raven (31). Canton’s Catherine Chisholm led her team in scoring with 20 points. Emily Wentworth chipped in 11.  For the Golden Bears, it was their seventh consecutive Section X Class B championship.

Canton’s Gretchen Warner (4) and Ogdensburg’s Riley Hough (21) battle to secure a rebound. For Ogdensburg (14-8 overall), Emily Farrand led the way with 17, while Gabrielle Morley followed with 10.

Ogdensburg fends off wildcats' comeback 52-42


Ogdensburg’s Riley Hough (21) muscles up for a lay-in while Gouverneur’s Alexis Devlin (20) tries to contest the shot from behind.  The Wildcats trimmed a 13-point lead to just six in the fourth quarter, but O.F.A. sealed a 52-42 win in the Section X Class B semifinal.  (Kevin Fisher photo) Game Gallery

Wildcats’ Cierra Beshaw (10) snatches a defensive rebound over Blue Devils’ Gabrielle Morley (14) who is still recovering from her shot.  Ogdensburg's Emily Ferrand was the game leader with 18 points, while and Hough followed by draining 11 points. Laney Smith led the Wildcats with 13 points, while Shacoria Jackson dropped in 10 points. Ogdensburg moves on to the Section X Girls Class B Championship against top seed Canton on Thursday, February 27 at SUNY Potsdam.

 

Section X Overall Championship Playoffs

 NCSN Boys Basketball Scoreboard

FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2020

Section X Overall Semifinals - SUNY Potsdam
Canton (B) 74, Hammond (D) 58

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2020

Section X Overall Semifinals - SUNY Potsdam
Hammond (D) 55, Malone (A) 36
Canton (B) 60, St. Lawrence Central (C) 53

HAMMOND OUTDUELS MALONE 55-36 IN OVERALL SEMIFINAL


Hammond's Avery Kenyon (11) fires a short jumper over Malone's Leah Gallagher (41) to drop in two of her 21 points. The Hammond Red Devils defeated the Malone Huskies 55-36 in the Section X overall semifinals.  Hammond's aggressive defense kept the Huskies at bay, particularly in the first half.(Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

Franklin Academy's Madison Ansari (3) was recognized for scoring her 1000th career point.  Ansari reached the milestone with 3:29 left in the fourth quarter, when she drained a three-pointer from the left corner, accounting for her only points of the game.  Top scorers for Hammond was Avery Kenyon with 21 points and Kelsey Bennett with 16 points.  Malone's Leah Gallagher led all scorers with 25 points, followed by Caitlin Douglas with six points.

CANTON'S KATIE CHISHOLM CHOSEN FOR REETZ AWARD


Canton's Catherine Chisholm was honored with the 2020 Jan Reetz Award, presented to the exceptional boys basketball player who also exemplifies teamwork, good sportsmanship, dedication, academic achievement and community service. Also nominated for the award were St Lawrence Central's Marissa McLean, Malone's Leah Gallagher, Canton's Sarah Sieminski, and Hammond's Avery Kenyon.

canton downs hammond to repeat as section x champs


The Canton Lady Bears are Section X Girls Overall Champions for the second year in a row, after a 74-58 victory over Hammond.  Hammond fought back from 16-11 and 30-27 deficits to take a 48-47 lead after three quarters. Canton soared 27-10 in the final quarter for the victory.  (Alex Fisher photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast 

Canton’s Lexis Huiatt pulls up for a runner at the free-throw line while three Hammond defenders had a hand up. Huiatt was fouled to shoot two.  The Golden Bears’ Sarah Sieminski scored the game-high 24 points, while Catherine Chisholm tallied 23 and Emily Wentworth dropped 10 points. The Red Devils’ Avery Kenyon put up 20 points, while Kelsey Bennett added 13 points

CANTON HOLDS OFF LARRIES 60-53 IN OVERALL SEMIFINAL


Canton's Catherine Chisholm (3) extends up for a layup over St. Lawrence Central's Madison McLean (13).  In a game as close as three points in the final minutes, Canton held off the Larries to win 60-53 in the Section X overall semifinals. (Jacob McNamara photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

St Lawrence Central's Marissa McLean (12) grabs for the rebound over Canton's Gretchen Warner (4).  Canton's Sarah Sieminski led all scorers with 22 points, while Matty Hoy tallied 13 points. Top scorers for the Larries were Marissa McLean with 16 points and Makenzie Moreau with 10.

 

Section X & New York State Class D Playoffs

 NCSN Girls Basketball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2020

Section X Class D Championship - SUNY Potsdam
(#1) Hammond 64, (#2) Heuvelton 35

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2020

(#2) Heuvelton 38, (#3) Chateaugay 16
(#1) Hammond 53, (#4) Edwards-Knox 38

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2020

Section X Class D Opening Round - at SUNY Canton (#3) Chateaugay 39, (#6) St. Regis Falls 28
(#2) Heuvelton 51, (#7) Hermon-DeKalb 37
(#4) Edwards-Knox 67, (#5) Harrisville 50
(#1) Hammond 76, (#8) Colton-Pierrepont 18

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2020

Section X Class D Opening Round - at Higher Seed
(#6) St. Regis Falls 50, (#11) Tupper Lake 8
(#7) Hermon-DeKalb 55, (#10) Morristown 26
(#8) Colton-Pierrepont 41, (#9) Lisbon 28

HEUVELTON SHUTS DOWN CHATEAUGAY 38-16 IN SEMIS


Chateaugay’s Anna Bleakley (14) leaps for a layup over the attempted block of Heuvelton’s Bella Doyle (22). Heuvelton led the way from the start, outscoring struggling Chateaugay 16-6 In the first half.  Heuvelton expanded the lead with a 16-0 run in the third quarter, securing the 38-16 victory. (Andrew Baker photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast


Heuvalton’s Dakota West (40) steadies to shoot in front of Chateaugay’s Anna Calisto (3).  Leading Heuvelton, Bella Doyle scored 13 points, while Rayna Cameron netted 11.  For Chateaugay(14-8 overall), Anna Bleakley dumped in six.

Chateaugay surges in 4th to beat sT. rEGIS fALLS 39-28


St. Regis Falls’ Leah Walker (10) pulls up for a mid-range shot with a group of Chateaugay players defending and she was fouled on the play. Chateaugay was up by a 13-12 margin at halftime and 21-20 after three quarters.  The Bulldogs ran away in the fourth quarter 18-8 to capture a 39-28 victory in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.  (Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery

Chateaugay’s Chloe Champagne (5), guarded by St. Regis Falls’ Calista Fraser (4), as she cuts toward the hoop for a layup.  Champagne led all players with 15 points and was assisted by Anna Bleakley with seven of her own.  Kaitlyn Arcadi had a team-high nine points and Leah Walker tallied eight points for the Saints who finished 11-10 overall.  Chateaugay moves on to face Heuvelton in the semifinal round.

EDWARDS-KNOX PULLS AWAY FROM HARRISVILLE 67-50


Harrisville’s Torie Moore (14) swats the ball up and away from Edwards-Knox’s Lucy Frary (3). Edwards-Knox got off to a quicker start 15-6 at the end of the first quarter, but the Pirates rebounded with a strong second period, leading 28-25 at halftime.  But the Cougars shelled out 42 points in the second half, en route to a 67-50 victory in the Section X Class D semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery


Edwards-Knox’s Abigail Hart (1) rises for a layup attempt to defy the defensive positioning of Harrisville’s Hannah LaPlatney (2). For the Cougars, Lucy Frary topped the scoresheet with 25 points, while Hailey Matthews scored 14. Harrisville’s Hannah LaPlatney led her team with 14 points.

After sluggish start, h-d demons run past rockets


Hermon-DeKalb's Emery McQuade (24) cuts past Morristown's Emma Showers and powers up for a lay-in and scores. After trailing 7-6 in the first quarter, Hermon-DeKalb pulled away to defeat Morristown 55-26 in their opening-round game. (Jacob McNamara photo) Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb's Jordyn Whitton cuts inside and floats a basket in.  During the second quarter, H-D outscored Morristown 25-3 to fuel their 55-26 win. Hermon-DeKalb was led by Audrianna Tehonica with 18 points and Hillary Jones with 15. Morristown's Haley Ward dropped in 10 points, while Rylie Showers finished with five points.

St. Regis defeats Tupper Lake in OPENING-ROUND win


St. Regis Falls’ Kaitlyn Arcadi (11) rises for a shot over the blocking hand of Tupper Lake’s Elaina Daniels (20). In the Section X Class D opening round, the Saints and Lumberjacks were tied 2-2.  St. Regis opened up the game, outscoring Tupper Lake 13-3. The Saints continued to roll, ousting the Lumberjacks 50-8. (Andrew Baker photo). Game Gallery

Tupper Lake’s Stephanie Fortune (10) fires a skip pass over St. Regis Falls’ Maisie Hastings (13).  For St. Regis Falls, Arcadi topped the score sheets with 15 points, followed by Rhea Work with 14.  Tupper Lake's Caydence Tyo dropped in six.

BACK ON TOP: HAMMOND WINS CLASS D GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP


The Red Devil is back: For the first time in seven years, the Hammond Lady Red Devils are back on top as Section X Class D champions. Hammond dominated two-time defending champion Edwards-Knox in the semifinals, then ruled Heuvelton (the prior four-time champion) in 64-35 in the championship. (Alex Fisher photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

The Bulldogs’ Bella Doyle (22) goes up for a lay up, while the Red Devils’ Kylie Vaughan (21) get a hand on the rock to block it. Hammond set the tone quickly, posting a 23-9 lead at the end of the fist quarter and never relented, leading 33-13 at the half and 52-26 through three quarters. Hammond’s Avery Kenyon led all scorers with 25 points, with Hailey Cunningham and Kelsey Bennett dropping in 14 and 12 points respectively. For Heuvelton (17-7 overall), Bella Doyle and Dakota Mouthorp tallied nine points each, while Rayna Cameron notched eight.

HAMMOND FIGHTS OFF E-K COUGAR SURGE IN 53-38 WIN


Edwards-Knox’s Dekoda Matthews (5) slaps the ball away from Hammond’s Avery Kenyon (11), without drawing a foul.  Hammond fought off a first-half surge by the Cougars who led by as much as seven, before top-seeded Hammond claimed a 53-38 win in the Section X Class D semifinals. (Andrew Baker photo)  Game Gallery  NCSN Broadcast

After securing a rebound, Hammond’s Alyvia Crosby (23) clears the ball up the court in front of Edwards-Knox’s Rachel Vachev (10). After Hammond jumped out to a 7-0 lead, Edwards-Knox closed the gap with a 12-6 spurt to close the margin to one point to end the first period 13-12. The Cougars’ defense continued to disrupt a sputtering Red Devil offense, using transition buckets to open a 27-20 lead with under two minutes remaining in the half. However, Avery Kenyon’s three-point buzzer beater to end the half capped a five-point momentum boost that pulled Hammond to within two points, 27-25 at halftime. Hammond chipped away in the second half, while holding the Cougars to just 13 points. Kylie Vaughan poured in 27 points, while Avery Kenyon dropped in 16 to lead the Devils, who advance to face rival Heuvelton in the Class D final. The Cougars (12-6 overall) were led by Lucy Frary’s 12 points and Abby Hart’s 11-point performance.

Heuvelton pulls away from H-d DEMONS 51-37 in Q-FINALS


Hermon-DeKalb’s Emery McQuade (24) sinks a jump shot from just inside the three-point line, while Heuvelton’s Grace Mills (11) position herself to box out. Hermon-DeKalb led 23-20 at the half, but Heuvelton moves on after defeating the Demons 51-37 in the Section X Class D quarterfinals. (Alex Fisher photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Rayna Cameron (14) pushes towards the basket with Hermon-DeKalb’s Jordyn Whitton (3) tightly defending.  The Lady Bulldogs’ Bella Doyle finished the game with 14 points, while Dakota Mouthorp dropped 11 points. The Lady Green Demons’ Haile Bouchey had a game-high 17 points, while McQuade netted 10 points.

HAMMOND SAILS PAST COLTON- PIERREPONT IN SEMIFINALS


Hammond’s Avery Kenyon (11) prepares to leap for the basket, chased by Colton-Pierrepont’s Isabelle Vaccaro (30). In the game, Kenyon notched here 1,000th varsity career point.  Hammond jetted out to a 48-0 halftime lead.  Hammond cruised on to a 76-18 victory in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.  (Andrew Baker photo)  Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Amber Erwin (20) slings a pass to escape pressure from Hammond’s Zoey Cunningham (12). Avery Kenyon led the Red Devils by a large margin, scoring 30 points. For C-P, Alexis Cuthbert scored the most, with seven, followed closely by Kianna Hogle with six.

colton-pierrepont fends off lisbon in 41-28 victory


Lisbon’s Alexa McKee (10) breaks past Colton-Pierrepont defender Isabelle Vaccaro (30) to score a layup and cut into the Colts' early lead.  After falling behind 14-8 at the half, Golden Knights drew within two points by the end of the third quarter. The Colts outscored Lisbon 19-8 in the fourth to advance to the Section X Class D Quarterfinals with a 41-28 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Colton-Pierrepont’s Kiana Hogle (34) fires a shot over Lisbon defenders Abbigail Flack (14) and Olivia McLear (13) to notch the three-point shot. Leading the overall scoring was the Colts' Amber Erwin with 12 points, followed by teammate Alexis Cuthburt with 11. The Knights (6-14) were led by Alexa McKee who drained 12 points.  The Colts face Hammond in the Section X Class D quarterfinals.