High school basketball: Porter scores 31 points as Canton defeats Lowville

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LOWVILLE — Declan Porter led all scorers with 31 points as Canton topped Lowville 67-52 in a nonleague boys basketball game Saturday.

Andy Down added 18 points for Canton (13-2 overall).

Hudson White and Eli Wood each netted 15 points for Lowville (10-5).

THOUSAND ISLANDS 57, GOUVERNEUR 47

Owen Ingerson scored a game-high 25 points as the Vikings defeated the Wildcats in a nonleague game at Gouverneur.

Connor Spies chipped in 15 points for Thousand Islands (9-6), while Joey Melfi scored 11.

Brodey Young scored 20 points for Gouverneur (4-11).

CARTHAGE 52, MASSENA 41

Eric Naumann and Chris Lane both scored nine points to pace the Comets to a nonleague win over the Red Raiders at Massena.

Jakob Millich added eight points for Carthage (7-9), while Jaden Kennedy and Elijah Whitfield scored seven apiece.

Alexander Rusaw led all scorers with 16 points for Massena (6-8).

INDIAN RIVER 72, POTSDAM 28

Tray Bell scored 29 points and the Warriors cruised to a nonleague victory over the Sandstoners (3-10) in Philadelphia.

Jose Santiago-Acosta added 10 points for Indian River (12-3).

GENERAL BROWN 75, SOUTH LEWIS 39

Kyle Nichols struck for 20 points as the Lions handled the Falcons for a crossover victory at Turin.

Carter Rosbrook and Jake Heller both added 12 points for General Brown (13-4, 7-3).

Tanner Chrzanowski paced South Lewis (3-13, 3-10) with 14 points.

MARDID-WADDINGTON 73, HAMMOND 55

Brennan Harmer scored 29 points and added five rebounds, and Jesse LaMere delivered 14 points, 11 rebounds, six assists and six steals to lead Madrid-Waddington (14-2) to a nonleague victory in Madrid.

Sean Walsh scored 19 points and Jacob Walsh 14 points for Hammond (5-8).

HARRISVILLE 64, PLATTSBURGH 41

Peyton Schmitt scored 16 points and Jaden Sullivan supplied 15 as Harrisville went on a 17-2 run in the second quarter en route to the nonleague victory at North Country Community College in Saranac Lake.

Trenton Sullivan added 12 points and Dalton Church nine for the Pirates (13-2).

Bailey Pombrio scored 10 for Plattsburgh.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

HERMON-DEKALB 43, POTSDAM 40 (3 OT)

Kelsie Matthews buried a 3-pointer with 1.8 seconds to play in the third overtime to give host Hermon-DeKalb (7-9) the championship of the delayed Martin Luther King Day Tournament in DeKalb Junction.

Potsdam’s Gabrielle Sutliff sent the game into overtime with a 3-pointer with 3/10s of a second remaining in regulation and Kari Hance scored at the close of the first overtime to keep Hermon-DeKalb alive.

Tournament MVP Miranda White scored a game-high 12 points for Hermon-DeKalb (7-9). Gabrielle Sutliff led Potsdam (6-8) with 11 points.

MASSENA 59, CARTHAGE 51

Alyssa Eubank scored eight of her 17 points in the fourth quarter to help the Red Raiders hold off the rallying Comets for the nonleague victory at Massena.

Novaleigh LeGrow scored 15 points for Massena (9-4).

Claire Odett scored 16 points, Autumn Calkins-Condiff added 13, and Trinity Bryant tallied 12 points to go with eight rebounds and seven assists for Carthage (0-14), which made four 3-pointers in the final quarter to stage a comeback bid.

Watertown 52, Morristown 26

A trio of Cyclones produced double-doubles to pace Watertown (4-10) over Morristown (1-15) in the consolation game of the Hermon-DeKalb MLK Day tournament at DeKalb Junction.

Molly LaDue’s 11 points and 11 rebounds earned her an all-tourney selection, while Natalie Cole’s 10 points and 12 boards, and Hannah Malbouf’s 10 points and 10 rebounds lifted the Cyclones to their fourth win in 14 overall games.

BRUSTHON-MOIRA 63, TUPPER LAKE 18

Alexis Poirier poured in 25 points for Brushton-Moira (9-4, 8-2) which downed Tupper Lake in an Northern Athletic Conference East game in Moira. Alicia Mitchell scored 10 points for the Panthers (9-4, 8-2).

Sophia Martin led Tupper Lake (1-14, 0-9) with six points.

SANDY CREEK 41, LAFARGEVILLE 39

Riley Dowlearn collected 28 points as the Comets (5-10, 3-10) outlasted the Red Knights for a crossover victory at Sandy Creek.

Rachel Davis paced LaFargeville (2-10, 2-7) with 15 points.

INDIAN RIVER 61, ROME FREE ACADEMY 38

Paige Leonard registered 33 points as the Warriors routed the Black Knights in a nonleague game at Philadelphia.

Adrien LaMora added 13 points for Indian River (11-5), which has won six games in a row following a 5-5 start.

Kesley McCaskill totaled 11 points for Rome Free Academy (6-8).

LOWVILLE 55, COPENHAGEN 41

Caroline St. Croix scored a game-high 19 points to pace the Red Raiders in a nonleague victory over the Golden Knights at Copenhagen.

Sisters Sara Wood (13 points) and Anna Wood (12) combined for 25 points, while Bailey Zicari registered five points, nine rebounds, nine steals and four assists for Lowville (10-7).

Lexie Greene scored 12 points on four 3-pointers for Copenhagen (9-6).

GENERAL BROWN 43, MARCELLUS 37

Kylee Rosbrook dominated the paint with 28 points and 16 rebounds as the Lions defeated the Mustangs in a nonleague game at Dexter.

Lila Ward added five points, four assists and four rebounds for General Brown (12-4), which outscored Marcellus 12-3 in the fourth quarter to overcome a 34-31 deficit.

Kade Demarie led Marcellus (3-12) with 11 points.

IHC 46, ALEXANDRIA 30

Freshman guard Josie Barton poured in 16 points for the Cavaliers in a nonleague victory over Alexandria at Immaculate Heart Central in Watertown.

Amanda McElheran produced five points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds for Immaculate Heart (4-9).

Tatum Perry scored 12 points for Alexandria (3-12).

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