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Harrisville Rolls To Senior Night Win Over Copenhagen.

HARRISVILLE - Nate Schmitt and Will Taylor combined for 24 first quarter points sparking Harrisville (3-1) to a 77-60 Lewis County Boys Basketball win over Copenhagen on Friday night.

Schmitt finished with 26 points on the night and Taylor, after striking for three 3-pointers in the first quarter, went on to a 16-point night which featured five 3s for the Pirates who opened a 48-28 lead at the half.

Schmitt was honored on Senior Night along with Ben Taylor who scored six points, Zach Palmer who tallied eight, Brady Hall and Aiden Benzel. Other scoring efforts in the win came from: Tucker Kelly (98), Tanner Sullivan (7), Matt Smith (4) and Nolan Sullivan (2).

Cody Power buried four 3s scoring 20 points for Copenhagen. Garrett Tufo netted 17 and Clayton Parlin dropped in 12.

Harrisville will play its first NAC matchup next week against Hermon-DeKalb.

Lowville 82 - South Lewis 48: Aidan Macaulay scored 16 points and became his school's all-time leading scorer with 1,087 points as the Raiders stayed undefeated on the season.

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