High Schools: Mekeel Christian tops Vermont opponent in boys’ basketball

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HIGH SCHOOLS – Mekeel Christian Academy outscored Burr & Burton (Vt.) 16-0 in the fourth quarter as part of its 61-37 non-league boys’ basketball win Thursday. Isaiah Rose and Oryan DeJesus led the Lions with 15 points apiece.

On Wednesday, Rose’s 26 points powered Mekeel Christian to a 71-34 win over Utica Academy of Science. Terrence Robinson added 15 points.

Northville outscored Cherry Valley-Springfield 32-7 in the first and third quarters en route to a 53-32 victory. Evan Tamulaitis led Northville with 12 points. Landon Frasier added 10, as nine players scored for the Falcons.

Lansingburgh improved to 11-1 in the Colonial Council with a 76-54 win over Schalmont.Wesley McIntyre led Lansingburgh with 24 points. James Oliver added 22. Elijah Smith scored 15 of his 18 points in the second half to lead Schalmont, which also got 10 points from Ryan Woodrow.


Berne-Knox-Westerlo outscored Schoharie 29-2 in the first quarter and went on to a 63-18 win in Western Athletic Conference girls’ basketball action. Ashley Stevens led B-K-W with 15 points. Katie Stevens and Claire Seram added 14 and 10, respectively. Savannah Traverse led Schoharie with 11 points.

Kendra Ballard had 13 points, 10 rebounds and eight steals to help Queensbury earn a 63-38 win over Hudson Falls in Foothills Council action. Aislynn Dixon had 16 points, while Dyllan Ray added 10 points and seven rebounds. Seneca Williamson had a game-high 21 points for Hudson Falls.

Macey Koval’s 22 points led Schuylerville to a 57-52 win over Amsterdam. Annie Fedullo’s 16 points paced Amsterdam, which also got 11 from Felise Fowler and 10 each from Natalee Agresta and Rosie Sculco.

Molly Russom and Macie Perry each had 16 points for Broadalbin-Perth in its 76-17 win over Johnstown. Julieanna Hisert had six to lead Johnstown.

In non-league action, Cobleskill-Richmondville trailed after the first quarter, but got things going to top Oneonta 51-30. Ashley Crandall led Cobleskill-Richmondville with 12 points, while Megan Ellis scored 11.

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