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E-K, Potsdam Girls Post Basketball Victories

Edwards-Knox and Potsdam scored interdivisional wins in Thursday's NAC Girls Basketball action. E-K controlled the second half to shade Massena 51-47 and Potsdam controlled both halves downing Chateaugay 45-30.

E-K 51 - Massena 47: Abby Hart buried four 3s scoring 16 points and Lucy Frary converted six of eight free throws in a 20-point effort for the Cougars (7-3) who outscored the Raiders (8-5) 29-17 in the second half. Rachel Vachez netted eight followed by Hailey Matthews (4), Jasmine Nezezon (2) and Dekoda Mathews (1).

"We hit timely shots tonight and Abby Hart and Lucy Frary had big games," said E-K JV Coach Fred Foster who is filling in for E-K Coach Patty Taylor who been sidelined with illness.

Aryssa Hopps and Laylah Bingham scored 10 points in a well distributed offense which also figured seven from Hayleigh Armstrong, Nova LeGrow and Tsiakoseriio David with seven.

Potsdam 45 - Chateaugay 30: Sierra Cummings and Julia Basford tallied 16 and 10 points and Jodie Brusso came through with eight to lead Potsdam (4-10). Luca Pecora netted five points followed by Wynter Langlois (2), Shawna Cummings (2) and Katie Davis.

Chloe Champayne tallied 13 points with five rebounds for Chateaugay and Adrienne Secore delivered eight points and eight rebonds. Julia Gordon controlled 12 rebounds and the Bulldogs' scoring was rounded out by: Cami Champayne (2), Anna Beakley (2), Grace Jarvis (2) and Ayana Adams (3).

SLC'S YANDOH REACHES 1000 POINTS

In another interdivisional game St. Lawrence Central downed Norwood-Norfolk 57-21 in a contest where the Larries' Maggi Yandoh reached the 1000 career points plateau in the course of a 23-point outing. Marissa Maclean tallied 13 points in the win and Emma Schiovonne and Brianna Stratton each scored six points for N-N.

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