Three times this season, the Madrid-Waddington Girls Basketball teams entire lineup scored.
On Saturday, to close out the regular season at home against NAC East foe Colton-Pierrepont on Senior Day the Jackets did just that in a 75-26 victory which clinched a share of the NAC East title at 13-1 (15-3 overall).
While M-W secured a regular season honor Heuvelton continued to amass major momentum for the Section 10 Class D tournament with a 59-53 win over Canton which has already secured the top Class B seed.
Another Senior Day game saw Morristown trim Edwards-Knox.
M-W 75 - C-P 26: We were very unselfish today and it was great to see the entire lineup score. We played a very solid half court defense and our bench played very well, said M-W coach Gary Tischler.
We can enjoy our regular season success for a day but weve got a lot of hard work ahead. Ive never seen a Class D playoff with five to six teams that can go the distance. Its going to be a wild one.
Senior Desiree Pryce generated 20 points with five rebounds, four steals, and two assists to pace the win. Olivia Parmeter hit four threes in a 15 point performance and tallied three boards and two assists. Hannah Marcellus added 10 points and four boards while Tess Knight, another senior, produced 10 points, six steals, five rebounds and two assists. Kennedy Murray, also a senior, had five points and three caroms. Jenn King chipped in six points, seven boards, two steals and two assists. Kaleigh Field netted five points. Mary Young and Sam Durgan (4 rebounds) each logged a basket.
Morgan Doyle paced Colton-Pierrepoint (6-12, 6-8 NAC East) with 15 points including three threes. Courtney Marsh added eight while Andrea Aldous scored three.
The M-W JVs finished tied for the NAC East title in a 50-20 win. Danielle Hough scored nine points, Liz Froats and Morgan Burns each logged eight and Kelsie Tiernan added six.
Morgan Burns scored eight for the Colts. Sadie Knight added six.
Heuvelton 59, Canton 53: Logan Tallman buried a pair of threes in an 18-8 first quarter lead for the Bulldogs (16-2) who followed up a win over Class D Champion Hermon-DeKalb on Thursday.
Tallman also buried four straight free throws in the fourth quarter to finish with 10 points, seven rebounds, six assists and three steals in a balanced Bulldog offense which also featured 13-16 team foul shooting.We came into our last two games with a lot of confidence and it carried into tonight, said Heuvelton coach Rob Powers.
Logan (Tallman) had another outstanding game. She played extremely well in the Hermon-DeKalb game. Shes a type of player who peaks at the end of the season.
Lexi Weidner tallied 14 points, six boards, three steals and three assists while Maddie St. Pierre collected 13 points, four rebounds, five steals and four assists. Olivia St. Pierre added 10 points, 11 rebounds, three assists and two steals while Paige McCormick chipped in eight points, four rebounds and two steals. Macy Richardson and Rachel Thornhill each chipped in two points playing well off the bench.
Tori Daley and Kali Frank each scored 17 points for Canton (14-4) which went 11-14 from the foul line and Emily Pinckney netted 11. Natalie DiSalvo and Rachel Sanderson added four and two points.
Morristown 41, Edwards-Knox 38: It was a fitting senior curtain call on Saturday evening for 3-9 Morristown 3-9 (4-11).
We played very well on Senior Night, said MCS Coach Rich Rupert.
Jordyn Tulley hit some big baskets and Mackenzie Barse played good defense. We got some of their better players in early foul trouble which was big.
Taylor Piercey delivered a team high 13 points for Morristown while Tulley finished with 12 points in a balanced effort. Jessica Geddes added 10 followed by Sam Green with four and Macaela Roberts with two.
Jadilyn Bullock scored 20 points for Edwards-Knox (4-14, 3-9 NAC West) and Mackenzie Frary added six.
N-N 49, St. Regis 41: Candance Huckins generated 15 points and Hannah Seguin delivered 11 to lead the Flyers. Ayanna Mason added nine in the win for 4-12, 4-10 Flyers. Brianna Work and Jenna Susice scored 15 and 13 points for the Saints (3-12, 3-11).