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Lisbon Climbs To 2-0 For Darcy Tournament

The Lisbon varsity and junior varsity basketball teams will both carry 2-0 records into the 22nd Annual Jim Darcy Memorial Boys Basketball Tournament today, Thursday and Friday.

Today a modified game will be played at 4 p.m. followed by a junior varsity game because only one gym is available now at LCS.

On Friday in varsity action Gouverneur and Brushton-Moira will square off 5:30 p.m. followed by a Lisbon vs Hammond NAC West game.

Lisbon won its NAC West opener on Wednesday downing Morristown 71-30 and the JVs gained a 67-41 win over MCS.

The tournament will conclude on Saturday with JV consolation at noon, the JV championship game at 1:30 p.m., the varsity consolation game at 3 p.m. and the varisty championship game at 4:30 p.m.

Lisbon 71 - Morristown 30: "We were really organizied and Kaden Mussen had a great game," said Lisbon Coach Bob Jordan.

Mussen scored 14 of his game-high 28 points in the first quarter and grabbed 12 rebounds. Tegan Jordan led the Knights' control of the boards with 16 rebounds and scored five points. Jackson LaRock netted two 3s scoring 10 points and Alex and Ethan Martin followed with eight and seven points.

Karter Jordan also scored seven points and Greg Wood, Jayden Carr and Hayes Bouchey all tallied two points.

Cael Woodcock went 6-7 from the foul line leading Morristown with 14 points and Aaron Woodcock and Ashton Colby each scored four. Rounding out the scoring were: Masen LaPiene (2), Kade Marshall (3), Ashton Colby (4) and Travis Stark (4).

Lisbon JV's 67 - Morristown 41: The Golden Knights used a balanced offense to scored 39 points in the first half and were led in scoring by the trio of Colin Parmeter with 15 points, Noah Martin with 13 points and Keanan Power with 11. Coop Davis came through with eight followed by Miles Gendebien (4), Storm Walker (6), Jayden Williams (4), Alex Vesel (4) and Isaac LaRock (2).

Tristan Simmons scored a game-high 22 points for Morristown using great anticipation and strong finishes at the goal.

N-N, MALONE WIN

In other NAC Boys Basketball action Malone downed Salmon River 71-33 in a Central Division game and Norwood-Norfolk downed Thousand Islands 41-24 in a nonleague game.


Lisbon's Kaden Mussen controls a round against Masen LaPiene in Wednesday's win over Morristown. (Photo By Cassie LaRock)



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