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Shamrocks’ Kelly nets 1,000th point, but Blue Devils prevail


FORT COVINGTON — Ogdensburg Free Academy overcame a 28-point performance by Salmon River’s Abby Kelly, who also scored her 1,000th career point, during a tight 50-49 Northern Athletic Conference Central Division girls basketball win on Friday night.

Riley Luckie and Meg Dodge each scored 12 points for the Blue Devils (8-2 overall, 5-1 NAC).

Kelly, a junior guard, hit four 3-point field goals and eight free throws. She joined her mother, Jocelyn Furnia (1,140 points), as the school’s only mother-daughter 1,000-point career scoring duo. Kelly (five rebounds, four assists) hit two of three free throws with 1.5 seconds left on the clock to cut the deficit to a point for the Shamrocks (6-2, 2-2).

St. Lawrence 71, St. Regis Falls 23

Breanna Vatter scored 15 points and Sam Richards added 10 for the Larries (4-5, 3-2), who opened the first quarter with a 26-8 lead and led 49-14 at halftime at Brasher Falls in an interdivision game.

Brittany Rondeau scored 14 points for St. Regis Falls (0-6, 0-5).

Tupper Lake 48, Parishville-Hopkinton 30

Katie Stuart scored 30 points as the Lumberjacks raced out to a 22-2 first-quarter lead in an interdivision game at Tupper Lake.

Lindsey Maroun added 10 points for Tupper Lake (7-2).

Brianna Hayes and Kodi Perkins scored eight points apiece for the Panthers (2-4).


Chateaugay 56, Madrid-Waddington 47

Devon Barnes struck for 15 points as the Bulldogs beat the Yellow Jackets in an interdivision game at Chateaugay.

Noah Bowes connected for 13 points for Chateaugay (6-3).

Greg Thompson and Colin O’Bryan led Madrid-Waddington (6-3) with 12 points apiece.

St. Regis Falls 58, St. Lawrence 38

Caleb Green and Brandon Votra each scored 21 points as the Saints overcame a 13-10 first-quarter deficit for their 10th straight win in an interdivision game at St. Regis Falls.

Josh White and Zane Ramsdell paced the Larries (2-6) with 14 points each.


Alex Burnett netted 12 points and Loren Traynor hit for another 10 as the host Panthers (4-3) built a commanding 32-13 lead by halftime in an interdivision game at Brushton.

Kyle Martens paced the Flyers (0-10) with 10 points.


Massena parlayed a 36-17 halftime lead into a nonleague home win over the Bulldogs.

Zack Rusaw worked the paint for 24 points to pace the Raiders (5-4), while Joey LaBelle had 13 points.

Mike Guardino led the Bulldogs (8-3) with seven points.

Lisbon 38, N. Adirondack 28

Adam Felt connected for 23 points as the Golden Knights (5-4) earned a nonleague victory at Ellenburg Depot.


Norwood-Norfolk 9, Salmon River 5

What was expected to be a defensive matchup turned out to be anything but, as Norwood-Norfolk skated to a big interdivision home victory.

Kaden Pickering finished with two goals and three assists for Norwood-Norfolk (5-3, 3-2).

Tristan Harvey added two goals and an assist, while Kyle Bent accounted for the other goal. Cody Smith had three assists.

Naylen Laffin had a natural hat trick in the second period to pace the Shamrocks (1-6-1, 0-3-1).

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