Lisbon Girls Note 2-0 Start In West
LISBON - A simple explanation for an elaborate result.
That is what Lisbon Central Girls Basketball Coach Dicky Marcellus offered after his Lady Knights secured a 42-31 victory over Harrisville on Friday to post their second win in three days and gain a 2-0 start to the NAC West season.
"We held Torie Moore to 10 points and everyone did what they had to do. It was really a big win," said Marcellus.
And for the second time in three days senior guard Alexa McKee delivered a career high scoring effort with a 29-point outing which included 14 points in the fourth quarter where she buried a pair of 3-pointers and went 4-5 from the free throw line. Olivia McLear went 3-4 from the line In Lisbon's 20-12 fourth quarter and finished with eight points. Brooke Meashaw scored seven points and grabbed four rebounds and Abby Flack grabbed a team high eight rebounds and scored four points operating against an active Harrisville front line.
Harlee Moore led Harrisville with 13 points and Torie Moore dropped in 10. Rounding the scoring were: Hannah LaPlatney (3), Cloe Benson (2), Bayleigh Spencer (2) and Amy Manchester (1).
The Lisbon JV's also registered their second one-sided win in three days downing Harrisville 54-15 led by Rachel LaRock who delivered all-purpose leadership with 13 points, eight rebounds, six steals and eight assists. Riley Beldock grabbed 10 rebounds and scored four points and Jaylin Massia tallied 14 points with four rebounds.
Other contributions to the win were: Grace Smith (6 points), Mikaela Buckley (3 points), Eliza McLear (4 points), M
arissa Robinson (2 points, 5 rebounds) and Megan DeRuchia (4 points).
C-P GIRLS WIN
In one NAC East game Colton-Pierrepont downed Tupper Lake 62-12 and in one NAC Central Gouverneur shaded Potsdam 51-49.
C-P 62 - Tupper Lake 11: The Colts used balanced scoring to pull away as Jaelin Jacot and Landree Chamberlain scored 12 points apiece and Alexis Cuthbert dropped in 11. Emma Clemo, Amber Erwin and Kiana Hogle all scored six points folloiwed by Izzy Vaccaro with four, Malyn Lovely with ficve and Maura Richards with 2.
Sarah Higgins and Amy Bordeleau each scored four points for Tupper Lake.