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Lakers Continue Roll In OBGC Hoops


The Lakers remained undefeated while the Knicks recorded their first win in Ogdensburg Boys and Girls Club Senior League Basketball action on Wednesday.

The Thunder also won in Sr. Boys Basketball League action at Tom Luckie Sr. Court this past week. The regular season will conclude next Wednesday with the Mavs facing the Knicks at 6:30 PM the Celtics taking on the Lakers at 7:30 PM and the Heat taking on the Thunder at 8:30 PM.

Thunder (79) - Celtics (71): Matt Kendall led the Thunder to the win with 31 points with Justin Ross adding 13. Josh Liebstein led the Celtics with 21 points while Zack Kanlay added 18.

Lakers (88) - Mavs (83)- The Lakers held off the Mavs to stay unbeated as Colin O’Bryan scored 25 points, Josh White 18 and Dedrick Johnson 17. The Mavs were led by Matt Piercey with 28 points, Drew Kinnon wih 24 and Kyle Bouchard 19.

Knicks (77) - Heat (57)- The Knicks gained their first win after a series of close losses as Matt Tomford scored 26 points and Nate Weaver 19. The Heat were led by Daniel Moulton with 20 points and Tyler Knowlton added 18.

Players of the Week-Offensive- Matt Tomford, Matt Piercey; Defensive- Jack Manke, Ryan Adams; Sportsmanship- Justin Ross, Brock Tully

Standings- Lakers 5-0-5-15, Celtics 3-2-5-11, Thunder 3-2-5-11, Mavs 2-3-5-9, Heat 1-4-5-7, Knicks 1-4-5-7

Senior League Boxscores

Thunder(79)- Ross 6-1-13, Volmer 5-0-10, Kendall 14-1-0-31, Manke 6-0-12, Mayette 1-0-2, Reese 6-0-12 Totals- 38-1-1-79

Celtics (71)- Ramsdell 7-5-19, Kanaly 3-4-0-18, Liebstein 9-3-21, Harper 1-2-0-8, Sharpe 2-0-4, Totals 22-6-9-71


Lakers (88)- Palmer 4-1-9, Johnson 7-3-17, O’Bryan 12-1-25, Harper 2-1-5, White 5-1-3-18, Mayette 3-0-6, Kanaly 3-0-6, Totals- 36-2-10-88

Mavs (83)- Love 4-0-8, Bouchard 4-2-5-19, Moulton 2-0-4, Kinnon 12-0-24, Piercey 7-3-5-28, Totals 29-5-10-83


Knicks (77)- Tomford, D. 5-2-12, Tomford, M. 10-1-3-26, Weaver 9-1-19, Dreythaler 8-0-16, Johnson, Mec. 0-1-0-3- Totals 32- 2-7-77

Heat (57)- Folk 1-1-3, Knowlton 6-2-18, Adams 5-3-13, Tully 1-0-2, Johnson, Mes. 1-0-2, Moulton 4-4-0-20, Totals 18- 4-6-57


Storm Hand Sparks First Loss in OBGC Girls Basketball Action

The Storm downed the Sparks and the Liberty used an explosive scoring performance to record wins in the OBGC Girls Basketball League this past week. The wins set-up a first place showdown next week as the Sparks will face the Liberty in the 8:00 PM game while the Storm can still gain a first place tie if the Liberty win and they defeat the Mystics in the 7:00 PM game.

Storm (49) - Sparks (43):A 15-4 second quarter advantage keyed the Storm win as Jackie Sovie led the way with 18 points with Maddie St. Pierre adding 11 and and Beth Crowley 9. The Sparks were led by Sarah Vivlamore with 17 points and 12 from Casey O’Donell.

Liberty (60) Mystics (33): Riley Luckie exploded for 38 points to key a second-half pull away from a 28-28 tie as the Liberty recorded the win. Kristen Snyder added 14 points. The Mystics were led by Courtney Harrington with 13 points and Jadzia Gleason added 10.

Players of the WeekOffensive- Jackie Sovie, Riley Luckie; Defensive- Mackenzee Holland, Bridget Rust; Sportsmanship- Emma Henry, Bri Harrington

Standings- Sparks 4-1-5-13, Liberty 3-2-5-11, Storm 3-2-5-11, Mystics 0-5-5.

WNBA Boxscores

Storm (49)- Crowley, B. 4-1-9, St. Pierre, O. 4-0-8, St. Pierre, M. 5-1-11, Dodge 0-1-1, Sovie, K. 1-0-2, Sovie, J. 7-4-18, Totals- 20-9-49

Sparks (43)- Snyder, K. 1-1-3, O’Donell 4-1-1-12, Rust 4-1-9, Sherwin 1-0-2, Vivlamore 4-2-3-17, Totals- 14-3-6 -43


Liberty (60)- Luckie 14-3-1-38, Moore 1-0-2, Snyder 7-0-14, O’Donell 3-0-6, Totals 25-3-1-60

Mystics (33)- Holland 2-0-4, B. Harrington 3-0-6, Harrington C. 5-3-13, Gleason 5-0-10 Totals- 15-3-33


North Carolina (4-1) remains on top of the OBGC Wednesday afternoon ACC League. Maryland’s next at (3-2) followed by Virginia at (2-3) and Duke at (1-4). Play this week saw North Carolina defeat DUKE 35 to 31 while Maryland defeated Virginia 31 to 20. Play continues on Wednesday 5/23/12 as Maryland battles North Carolina at 3:30 PM and Duke tangles with Virginia at 4:15 PM on Tom Luckie Sr. Court at the OBGC.

North Carolina 35 - DUKE 31: The Tar Heels (4-1) defeated DUKE (1-4) as Brenan Harmer, Kelsi Fraser, Chris Downs and Connor Griffith led the winners. DUKE was led by Harry powers, Amanda Self, Josh Clothier, and Hayden Ives.

Maryland 31 - Virginia 20: Maryland (3-2) defeated Virginia (2-3) as David Vernsey, Shelby Ross, Karson Larose, and Mesean Johnson led the winning effort. Virginia was led by Jake Sharpe, Josh Hunter, and Sierra Laflair.

Players of The Week: Offensive- Andy Downs, Caroline Lalone; Defensive- Chris Downs, Shelby Ross; Sportsmanship- Josh Hunter, Brittany Rheome

ACC Standings: North Carolina 4-1-0 5 -13 points, Maryland 3-2-0 5 11 points, Virginia 2-3-0 5 9 points, Duke 1-4-0 5 7 points.

Schedule Wed Maryland vs.North Carolina3:30 PM, Duke vs.Virginia4:15 PM


Purdue (5-0) has claimed the regular season Championship of OBGC Big 10 Elementary League with one week remaining. Indiana is second at (3-2), Ohio St. is third at (2-3) followed by Michigan at (0-5). This week’s action saw Purdue defeated Ohio St. 24 to 12, while the second game saw Indiana hold on to defeat Michigan 24 to 20. Play resumes on Thursday 5/24/12 with Indiana against Ohio St. at 3:30 PM while the late game features Purdue facing Michigan at 4:15 PM at the OBGC.

Purdue 24 - Ohio St. 12: Purdue (5-0) defeated Ohio St. as Austin Patterson, Nolan Rapin, and Sidney Hosmer led the winning effort. Ohio St. was led by Noah Steele, Cassidy Hargrave, and Karson Larose.

Indiana 24 - Michigan 20: Indiana (3-2) defeated Michigan as Burklei Dupree, Jordan Fennessey, Corbin Durham and Zach Kimble contributed to the win. Michigan was led by Mitchell Brenno, Celia Henry, Braden Free, and Mollie Williams.

Players of The Week - Offensive- Burklei Dupree, Nolan Rapin; Defensive- Sidney Hosmer, Zach Kimble; Sportsmanship- Kainan Conger, Jaykob Johnson

Big 10 Elementary Standings: Purdue 5-0-0 5 15 points, Indiana 3-2-0 5 11 points; Ohio State 2-3-0 5 9 points, Michigan 0-5-0 5 5 pts.

Schedule Thurs: Indianavs.Ohio St.3:30 PM, Michiganvs.Purdue4:15 PM

Notre Dame (4-1) still leads the OBGC Jr. Big East Basketball League heading into the week’s final regular season action. Georgetown and Syracuse are tied for second at (3-2) followed by UCONN at (0-5). This week’s action saw Notre Dame hold off Syracuse 31-29, and Georgetown defeated UCONN 38- 30. Play resumes on Thursday 5/24/12 as Syracuse and UCONN lay at 7 PM followed by Notre Dame and Georgetown battle at 8 PM.

Notre Dame 31 Syracuse 29- The Irish (4-1) defeated Syracuse (3-2) as Nate McCarney led the winners with 12 points. Trenton Sullivan added 8 points while Zade Lesperance chipped in 6 points for the winners. Syracuse was led by Trent Saumier with 12 points. Zach Worden added 8 points, while Cole Meachem added 5 points for the ‘Cuse.

Georgetown 38 UCONN 30- The Hoya’s (3-2) defeated UCONN (0-5) as Avery Love led a balanced offensive attack with 10 points. Marcus Johnson and Riley Luckie added 8 points each, while Justyn McCormick scored 6 points for Georgetown. Mecci Johnson led UCONN with a game high 14 points on 4 trifectas, Austin Van Gordon and Josh Farrar added 6 points apiece while Levi White added 4 points for UCONN.

Players of The Week Offensive- Avery Love, Mecci Johnson; Defensive- Riley Luckie, Trenton Sullivan; Sportsmanship- Alan Smithers, Zach Worden

Big East Junior Standings: Notre Dame 4-1-0 5 13pts, Syracuse 3-2-0 5 11, Georgetown 3-2-0 5 11, UConn 0-4-0 5 5.

Results: ND 31 - SU 29, Gtowm 38 - UConn 30

Thur.Schedule: SU vs. UConn 7 p.m., Notre Dame vs G-Town 8 p.m.

Junior League Boxscores

Georgetown 38- Love 5-0-0-10, Mar. Johnson 4-0-0-8, McCormick 3-0-0-6, Luckie 4-0-0-8, Lesperance 1-0-0-2, Worden 2-0-0-4 Totals 19-0-0-38

UCONN 30- Mec Johnson 1-4-0-14, Van Gordon 3-0-0-6, Farrar, 3-0-0-6, White 2-0-0-4, Totals 9-4-0-30


Notre Dame 31- Lesperance 3-0-0-6, Sargent 1-0-0-2, Kroeger 1-0-1-3, McCarney 3-2-0-12, T. Sullivan 4-0-0-8 Totals- 12-2-1-31

Syracuse 29- Meachem 2-0-1-5, Saumier 6-0-0-12, Worden 4-0-0-8, Gleason 1-0-0-2, Love 1-0-0-2 Totals- 14-1-0-29

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