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High school roundup: Belleville Henderson shuts down OFA in boys basketball

Feb. 12—OGDENSBURG — Brandon Dodge scored 15 points and Belleville Henderson used a fourth-quarter advantage to defeat Ogdensburg Free Academy 41-39 in a nonleague boys basketball game Monday.

The Panthers (10-9 overall) held the Blue Devils to three points in the final quarter while scoring eight to seal the victory. Kyle Gordinier scored all four of his points in the fourth quarter.

Blake Morrill and Ian Rose each scored 12 points for OFA (5-15).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

INDIAN RIVER 45, JAMESVILLE-DEWITT 28

Keera LaLonde scored 13 points and Michaela Delles added 12 as Indian River claimed its 19th victory in 20 games with a nonleague win against Jamesville-DeWitt in Philadelphia.

Delles six rebounds and five steals for the Warriors (19-1). Ravan Marsell contributed nine points, seven rebounds and four steals and Allison LaMora totaled 11 rebounds and Bella Davis 10.

Ava Sandroni led the Rams with 10 points and Samantha Wheeler scored nine.

BOYS HOCKEY

CANTON 4, ISLANDERS 1

Owen Logan rallied the Golden Bears from a 1-0 deficit with a hat trick against the Islanders in a Northern Athletic Conference interdivision game in Canton.

Owen Bismark gave the Islanders the lead with the only goal in the first period. Logan than followed with three straight goals and Brandon O'Shea added a goal and an assist for Canton. Garrit Palmer and Grady Nee each had a pair of assists.

Daniel Creurer made 23 saves in goal for the Bears (13-6). Sean Sherboneau made 26 saves for the Islanders (11-8-1).

ST. LAWRENCE 4, TUPPER LAKE 1

St. Lawrence Central scored three times in the third period to snap a 1-1 tie and take the NAC Division II game against Tupper Lake in Brasher Falls.

Kayden Coughlin, Michael Donie and Zander LaVare each scored in the third for the Larries. Jude TenEyck supplied the game-tying goal in the second period for SLC. Tyler Merriman added two assists.

Ryder Willett gave the Lumberjacks the 1-0 lead at 4 minutes, 12 seconds of the second period.

Avery Zenger made 22 saves for the Larries (10-6-3, 8-4-2). Brayden Shannon turned away 21 shots for Tupper Lake (8-10, 2-9).