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M-W, P-H net NAC East hoops wins


TUPPER LAKE - The Madrid-Waddington varsity girls basketball team bounced back from its first division loss of the season by pulling away to a 52-19 win on the road over NAC East rival Tupper Lake on Thursday.

Olivia Parmeter anchored a balanced offense with 12 points as the Yellowjackets (11-3, 9-1) outscored the Lumberjacks 11-0 in the first quarter and never looked back for the win. Tess Knight, who also doled out four assists, and Desiree Pryce contributed eight points apiece. Kayleigh Field and Jenny King chipped in seven points each followed by Hannah Marcellus with four while Kennedy Murray (6 rebounds), Mary Young and Sam Dugan closed out the M-W scoresheet with two points apiece.

Amie Luton paced Tupper Lake (3-11, 2-9) with five points. Lindsey Maroun, Mallorie McLear and Katie Zurek netted four points each while Lizzie Zurek accounted for the other two.


In the lone other NAC East Division girls basketball matchup on Thursday, Parishville-Hopkinton relayed a 23-12 halftime lead into a 50-31 win at home over St. Regis Falls.

Miranda Collins worked the paint for 13 points and 14 rebounds to anchor the winning effort. Nicole White and Kodi Perkins added 10 points apiece followed by Mary Coventry with seven. Marissa Paradis and Cassara Cole each finished with three points while Kelsey Putnam and Kelsey Zenger closed out the Lady Panthers scoresheet with two points apiece.

Bryanah Work led all scorers with 15 points in the losing cause. Jenna Susice tossed through another eight followed by Madison Greenwood with six and Savannaha Martinez with two.

The Lady Panthers (4-7) are slated to play an interdivisional game at home against Hermon-DeKalb on Saturday at 1 p.m.

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