BEAVER FALLS — Lucas Roes and Kade Schneider each scored 30 points to propel Beaver River’s boys basketball team to an 82-45 triumph over Altmar-Parish-Williamstown on Thursday night in a Section 3 Class C preliminary-round game.
Roes also totaled 14 rebounds and six assists and Schneider also tallied six rebounds and eight assists for the 10th-seeded Beavers.
Matthew Knight scored eight points and Ayden Moser hauled in 12 rebounds for Beaver River (15-6), which advances to play at No. 7 seed Herkimer in a first-round game at 3 p.m. Saturday.
The 23rd-seeded Rebels finish their season at 2-19.
SOUTH LEWIS 53, SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE 48
Aidan McGuire scored a game-high 27 points and totaled 13 rebounds as the No. 12 seeded Falcons defeated the 21st-seeded Mauraders in a Class C preliminary-round game played in Turin.
Roger Williams chipped in 11 points and Mason Brown recorded six assists for South Lewis (11-9), which moves on to play at fifth-seeded Tully in a first-round game at 4 p.m. Saturday.
Darren Miles generated 14 points for Sherburne-Earlville (5-16) and Nick Hull chipped in 12 points.
SANDY CREEK 50, WESTMORELAND 38
Mason Ennist recorded a double-double by scoring 18 points and hauling in 14 rebounds to pace the 11th-seeded Comets past the 22nd-seeded Bulldogs in a Class C preliminary-round game at Sandy Creek.
Hudson Hunt contributed 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Sandy Creek (12-9), which advances to play at No. 6 Mount Markham in a first-round game at 5 p.m. Saturday.
SOUTH JEFFERSON 77, ADIRONDACK 49
Nolan Widrick connected for 25 points, supplying three 3-pointers, as the 10th-seeded Spartans dismissed the 23rd-ranked Wildcats in a Section 3 Class B preliminary-round game in Adams.
Bobby Piddock scored 18 points and led South Jefferson with 21 rebounds. Curtis Staie added 14 points. South Jefferson (12-9) advances to play No. 7 Camden (13-7) at 2 p.m. Saturday in Camden.
Brett Sanford scored 15 points for Adirondack (3-19), Bailey Gleasman contributed 14 and Maxim Weiler scored 10.
PULASKI 66, THOUSAND ISLANDS 39
The 16th-seeded Blue Devils (9-12) defeated the 17th-seeded Vikings (8-12) in a Class C preliminary-round game played at Pulaski.
POLAND 50, IMMACULATE HEART 30
Carter Cookinham scored 18 points and seized eight rebounds as the 18th-seeded Tornadoes (6-15) cruised past the 15th-seeded Cavaliers (5-14) in a Class D preliminary-round game played at Immaculate Heart Central.
■ Also in Class D play, 12th-seeded DeRuyter defeated 21st-seeded and visiting Lyme, 80-59, in a preliminary-round game.
POTSDAM 68, OFA 36
Ian VanWagner scored 30 points to send the No. 2 Sandstoners (10-11) past No. 3 Ogdensburg Free Academy in a Section 10 Class B semifinal at Potsdam.
Potsdam will face top-seed Gouverneur for the championship at 7:30 p.m. next Friday at SUNY Potsdam.
Tanner Race scored 12 points and Dylan LaMora added 11 for Potsdam.
Shea Polniak led the Blue Devils (5-16) with 14 points.
■ In the other Class B semifinal, top-seeded Gouverneur (15-4) defeated No. 4 Salmon River 84-69. Salmon River ends the season 4-15.
■ No. 1 Canton (14-6) reached the Class C title game with a 67-34 win over No. 4 Madrid-Waddington (13-9). The Golden Bears face No. 2 Tupper Lake in the championship game at 4 p.m. next Friday at SUNY Potsdam.
■ The Lumberjacks (16-4) made it to the championship game with a 57-38 win over No. 3 St. Lawrence Central (14-7) in the other Class C semifinal.
LOWVILLE 53, V-V-S 48
Anna Dening scored 14 points to lead a balanced effort and pace the 10th-seeded Red Raiders past the 23rd-seeded Red Devils in a Section 3 Class B preliminary game at Lowville.
Jakayla Spence chipped in 10 points for Lowville (12-9), which advances to play at No. 7 Marcellus in a first-round game at 4 p.m. Saturday.
Anna Petersen scored a game-high 25 points to lead Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (3-18).
ALEXANDRIA 36, LYME 28
Sincerity Diange scored 11 points and Bridget Watson scored nine while pulling down 23 rebounds as the sixth-seeded Purple Ghosts won a Section 3 Class D first-round game over the 11th-seeded Lakers in Hammond.
Alexandria (11-8) advances to face No. 3 Copenhagen in a quarterfinal game Tuesday in Copenhagen. Jillian Alberry led Lyme (8-13) with seven points.
COPENHAGEN 72, SACKETS HARBOR 45
Aubree Smykla struck for 29 points and added five steals as No. 3 Copenhagen rolled past fellow Frontier League foe Sackets Harbor in a Class D first-round game in Copenhagen.
Madison Cheek added 18 points for the defending section champion Golden Knights (17-4), and Samantha Stokely scored 12. Stokely and Alyssa Fitzpatrick each grabbed eight rebounds, and Stokely dished out four assists.
Peyton Britton paced 14th-seeded Sackets Harbor (6-14) with 25 points.
CAZENOVIA 43, S. JEFFERSON 31
Ella Baker scored a game-high 19 points to pace the 14th-seeded Lakers (9-12) past the 19th-seeded Spartans in a Class B preliminary-round game at Cazenovia.
Breanne Smith scored eight points to pace South Jefferson (6-14) and Brooke Perry supplied seven.
■ In a Class C preliminary-round game, 15th-seeded Sherburne-Earlville defeated 18th-seeded and visiting Beaver River, 50-33.
GOUVERNEUR 83, SALMON RIVER 30
Courtney Forsythe led the No. 1 Wildcats (20-1) with 15 points in a Section 10 Class B semifinal in Gouverneur.
Gouverneur will face No. 2 OFA for the championship at 2:45 p.m. Feb. 25 at SUNY Potsdam.
Meredith Bush scored 12 points and Chloe Smith added nine for Gouverneur.
Tekaieren’t Tabor led Salmon River (5-16) with 10 points.
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