Saturday Sports: E-Knox, Lowville Lose in State Title Finals

Saturday Sports: E-Knox, Lowville Lose in State Title Finals

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LOWVILLE BOYS LOSE IN STATE FINAL ON LAST SECOND SHOT

It took a lay up at the buzzer to take down the Lowville boys in an overtime thriller Saturday. 

The Red Raiders boys basketball team lost to Glens Falls 75-74 in the State Class B title game at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton. 

Lowville had the lead with less than ten seconds to play when Syracuse University recruit and Glens Falls player Joe Girard III made a lay up to give Glens Falls the lead at the buzzer. 

Aidan Macaulay led the Red Raiders with 30 points. Girard III led Glens Falls with 50 points. 

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EDWARDS-KNOX GIRLS LOSE IN STATE FINAL

The Edwards-Knox Cougars saw their season end Saturday afternoon as team lost to Franklinville 61-47 in the Girls State Class D title game Saturday afternoon in Troy. 

The Cougars had beaten South Kortright Central 61-47 on Friday in the semis to advance to its game against Franklinville. 

Lucy Frary put up 12 points for Edwards-Knox, while Koryn Rowe had 10 points. 

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HARRISVILLE ADVANCES TO BOYS CLASS D TITLE GAME 

The Harrisville Pirates boys basketball team has punched its ticket to the State Class D title game with its victory over Marathon Saturday afternoon. 

Harrisville won 68-65 in the semifinal game at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton. 

Peyton Schmitt led the Pirates with 29 points. 

That's where the team will play for the Class D state title Sunday at 2 p.m. against Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville. 

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CLARKSON ADVANCES TO FROZEN FOUR 

The quest for a three-peat as national champs stays alive as the Clarkson Golden Knights women's hockey team advances to the NCAA Frozen Four.

The #4 seeded Golden Knights beat Boston College 2-1 in overtime. 

They play Friday night against #1 seeded Wisconsin in Hamden, Connecticut. 

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