BRUSHTON - The Madrid-Waddington varsity boys basketball team came away with a 51-50 NAC East Division win on the road over Brushton-Moira on Thursday.
David Odendahl converted the second of two free throw attempts with seven seconds left and that proved to be the difference for the Yellowjackets (5-2, 4-2). Odendahl scored all four of his four points from the foul line while the duo of Jacob Barney (5 rebounds, 7 assists, 2 steals) and Zach Brock (7 rebounds) anchored the M-W effort with 12 points each. Harrison VanBuren added six points and seven rebounds while Tyler Armstrong recorded five rebounds, four assists, one blocked shot and scored two points and TJ Gagnon netted another five points in the win.
Alex Burnett tossed thorugh a game-high 17 points in the losing cause. Taylor Tallman posted 10 while Adam Martin added seven as the Panthers slipped to 3-4 in the East and 4-6 overall. In the other two East Division games played on Thursday, St. Regis Falls outscored Colton-Pierrepont 65-31 and Tupper Lake downed Parishville-Hopkinton 63-16.
SRF 65, C-P 31: In Colton, Corey LaBounty fired through four three-pointers in leading the Saints (10-0, 6-0) with 26 points. Brandon Votra added 18 points followed by Ryan Duquette with 11 as SRF ran out to a 19-5 lead by the end of the first quarter and never looked back.
Zach Farr netted 18 points for the Colts (2-7, 2-5). Ethan Knight tossed through another 11 and Scott Boyce accounted for the other two.
Tupper Lake 63, P-H 16: In Parishville, the Lumberjacks (7-3, 5-1) surged their way to a 31-2 lead in the first quarter as 15 players scored at least two points. Austin Gagnier led the balanced offense with 11 points. Morgan Stevens chipped in eight followed by Roger Delair with seven, Mitch Keniston with six and Devin Larson with five.
Wyatt Snell and Mike Cook anchored the Panthers (2-8, 1-5) offense with five points apiece while Garrett Hayes, Lucas Snell and Mike Burns each finished with two.
P-H 39, Tupper Lake 29: No further details were made available at presstime as the host Lady Panthers turned back the Lumberjacks for their second straight win.