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Perfect Tartans leave no doubt

Scotia-Glenville's Joe Cremo, takes a shot in front of Lansingburgh's Malik Miller at the Glens Falls Civic Center Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Scotia-Glenville's Joe Cremo, takes a shot in front of Lansingburgh's Malik Miller at the Glens Falls Civic Center Thursday.
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Lansingburgh played up-and-down basketball with unbeaten Scotia-Glenville in Thursday night’s Section II Class A semifinal game at the Glens Falls Civic Center. That approach worked, but for only so long. “We were playing well offensively. We were doing what we wanted to do,” said Knights coach Gary Pascucci. “Defensively, we were overwhelmed with that shooting percentage.” Dom LeMorta highlighted a rapid-fire first half with six three-point baskets, and the Tartans gradually pulled away for an ...


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