LOWVILLE — Brody Brown poured in 33 points, reaching a career milestone, to propel Lowville’s boys basketball team to a 62-48 triumph over Holland Patent on Saturday in a Section 3 Class B first-round tournament game.
The senior guard surpassed the 1,000-career-point plateau for the Red Raiders.
Dalton Myers contributed 15 points for the sixth-seeded Red Raiders, who improved to 16-5.
Lowville advances to play at No. 3 seed Westhill in a quarterfinal at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Brown, who hauled in 10 rebounds on the day to record a double-double and distributed eight assists, has now scored 1,023 career points in four varsity seasons with the Red Raiders.
Brown’s effort on Saturday also matched a season-high 33 points he scored in a 77-70 win at South Jefferson on Feb. 8.
Nicholas Acevedo scored 16 points to pace the 11th-seeded Golden Knights (11-11).
SACKETS HARBOR 70, NEW YORK MILLS 68
Austin Griner generated a game-high 27 points as the top-seeded Patriots outlasted the 16th-seeded Marauders to win a Class D first-round game at Sackets Harbor.
Marcus Castine recorded a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds for Sackets Harbor (20-1), and Ethan Tracy contributed 12 points and hauled in seven rebounds.
Davion Slaughter scored 20 points for New York Mills (6-14) and Timmy Kirilko chipped in 18 points.
The Patriots, who are ranked No. 4 in the state in Class D, will advance to host eighth-seeded Oriskany in a quarterfinal Wednesday at a time to be announced.
CAMDEN 68, SOUTH JEFFERSON 57
Ryan Leos supplied 24 points to pace the seventh-seeded Blue Devils past the 10th-seeded Spartans in a Class B first-round game at Camden.
Connor Dean chipped in 18 points for Camden (14-7) and Noah Morse contributed 13 points.
Curtis Staie scored a game-high 26 points for South Jefferson (12-10) and Nolan Widrick contributed 13 points.
HERKIMER 85, BEAVER RIVER 68
Kyle Carney poured in 35 points to propel the seventh-seeded Magicians past the 10th-seeded Beavers and win a Class C first-round game at Herkimer.
Zachary Petucci and Nicholas Caruso each scored 17 points for Herkimer (15-6).
Lucas Roes scored 23 points to pace Beaver River (15-7), Kade Schneider contributed 15 points and Ayden Moser chipped in 13 points and seven rebounds. Andrew Chartrand added 11 points for the Beavers.
Beaver River connected for 14 3-pointers on the day, including five from Roes and three each from Schneider, Moser and Chartrand.
TULLY 68, SOUTH LEWIS 39
Ryan Mize registered a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds and Lorenzo Garafolo scored 18 points as the No. 5-seeded Black Knights downed the 12th-seeded and visiting Falcons in a first-round encounter in Class C.
Connor Bastedo added 11 points for Tully (18-3).
Aiden McGuire posted a double-double of 17 points and 17 rebounds for South Lewis (11-10) and Clayton Kraeger scored 10 points.
MOUNT MARKHAM 64, SANDY CREEK 49
Will Lunny led all scorers with 23 points as the sixth-seeded Mustangs defeated the 11th-seeded Comets in a Class C first-round game at Mount Markham in West Winfield.
Jacob Senko contributed 16 points for Mount Markham (15-6) and Giovanni Barletta chipped in 12 points.
Cameron Hathway scored 14 points to lead Sandy Creek (12-10) and Mason Ennist finished with 12 points.
EAST-SYRACUSE MINOA 77, INDIAN RIVER 38
Tristan Henderson scored 14 points and Tyler Quarry contributed 10 points as the fourth-seeded Spartans (12-9) topped the 13th-seeded Warriors in a Class A first-round game on Sunday at East Syracuse-Minoa on Sunday.
Joshua Alade generated 10 points to pace Indian River (3-17).
LISBON 73, COLTON-PIERREPONT 49
Cooper Rutherford scored 33 points as the fourth-seeded Golden Knights topped the Colts in a Section 10 Class D quarterfinal at Potsdam on Saturday.
Connor Flack contributed 21 points for Lisbon (10-9), which advances to a semifinal set for 7:45 p.m. Tuesday at SUNY Potsdam.
Harlee Besio collected 25 points for Colton-Pierrepont (9-12).
CHATEAUGAY 63, MORRISTOWN 33
Walker Martin and Brandon Leonard each scored 14 points as the second-seeded Bulldogs downed the No. 7 Green Rockets in a Class D quarterfinal at Potsdam on Saturday.
Ethan Cook provided 10 points for Chateaugay (18-3), which plays third-seeded Harrisville in a semifinal game 6 p.m. Tuesday at SUNY Potsdam.
Kameron Toland scored 10 points for Morristown (6-13).
HARRISVILLE 63, EDWARDS-KNOX 26
Nolan Sullivan and Brennan Loos each notched 12 points as the third-seeded Pirates topped the No. 6 Cougars in a Class D quarterfinal in Potsdam on Saturday.
Tannger Sullivan chipped 11 points for Harrisville (18-4).
MARCELLUS 61, LOWVILLE 48
Cece Powell scored 28 points and Annabella Mondello contributed 26 points to power the seventh-seeded Mustangs (14-7) past the 10th-seeded Red Raiders in a Section 3 Class B first-round game at Marcellus on Saturday.
Jakayla Spence scored 17 points to pace Lowville (12-10).
HAMILTON 55, LAFARGEVILLE 33
Reagan Hope scored 15 points and Logan Langel chipped in 13 points to spark the fourth-seeded Emerald Knights past the 13th-seeded Red Knights (6-14) in a Class D first-round encounter at Hamilton on Saturday.
Hamilton advances to host No. 5 seed Immaculate Heart Central in a quarterfinal at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.
WATERTOWN RELAY MAKES STATES
The 200-yard medley relay team of Zach Kilburn, Bennett Pistner, Drew Wekar and Xander Gaige finished fifth and met the state qualifying standard at the Section 3 state qualifiers at Nottingham High School in Syracuse on Saturday.
The Cyclones relay turned in a time of 1 minute, 40.56 seconds that surpassed the state standard of 1:40.67. Jamesville-DeWitt/Christian Brothers Academy won the race in 1:37.28.
Kilburn recorded a fifth-place finish in the 100 backstroke, while Pistner got sixth in the 100 breaststroke for Watertown.
Lowville’s Colin Kempney took fifth in the 500 freestyle and was on the fifth-place 400 freestyle relay with Andre Meleshchuk, Cody Kempney and Samuel Gillette.
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