Border Country Sports Report-February 1st

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Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington.

Harrington Surpasses 1,000 Career Point Mark

Raymond Harrington surpassed the 1,000 career point mark as Hartford defeated Salem in Adirondack League boys basketball.

Harrington eclipsed the mark with a drive to the basket late in the first quarter.

The Tanager senior scored 40 points in the contest.

“I’m Beyond blessed to have scored my 1000th career point tonight. It was definitely an honor especially on a night the gym was being named after such an amazing person in my dads life,” Harrington said via Facebook. “Also an honor to get it at my dads alma mater! I want to say thank you to every coach, teammate and fan that has helped along the way. The Hartford community is a great one and it’s an honor to have done it in a Hartford jersey.”

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Railroaders Clinch Division 2 Title

The Whitehall girls basketball team clinched the Adirondack League Division 2 title and punched their ticket to the league playoffs as they edged Hadley-Luzerne 41-34.

Madison Gould led a balanced Railroader attack with 14 points.

Samantha Howland and Blake Bird each added 11 points for Whitehall.

Gabby Graham and Jordanna Kenny scored 14 points apiece for the Eagles. Kenny finished with a double-double with 14 boards. It was the 15th double-double of the season for Kenny.

Freshman Mackenzie Maslonka filled the stat sheet with 10 rebounds, three steals and four blocked shots.

Whitehall is now 11-1, 13-3.

Corinth Cruises Past Golden Horde

Corinth remained unbeaten in Adirondack League play, cruising past Granville on the road 63-24.

Emily Dingmon poured in 29 points for the Tomahawks.

Alexis Crossman and Caitlyn Crossman scored nine points each for Corinth. Whitney Cameron chipped in eight points.

Jordan Chadwick led the Golden Horde with eight points.

Fair Haven Blows Out Wasps

Fair Haven used a balanced attack to blow out Woodstock 53-10 Tuesday night.

Kate Hadwen paced the Slaters with 16 points.

Izzy Cole and Lily Briggs contributed 11 points apiece. Brittney Love added eight.

Alana Williams had eight rebounds and six steals for Fair Haven.

Norah Harper led the Wasps with six points.

Fair Haven is now 14-1 on the season.

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