Girls basketball: Schedule and recaps for Jan. 27

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Game of the Day

Mahopac 73, Putnam Valley 70

Kristina Rush and Mel DeMeo delivered 19 and 18 points, respectively, to lead the Indians, who improved to 10-4. Julie DeBrocky added 14 points and Lauren Beberman finished with 12 points. Eva DeChent kept the Tigers close, finishing with 37 points. Amanda Orlando and Nai Torres added nine apiece.

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Gabby Tucker - Blind Brook

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Schedule

Tappan Zee 59, Clarkstown North 33

Kristen Phelan finished with 16 points five rebounds and three steals for the 15-0 Dutchmen. Dana Phelan added nine points ans six rebounds. Aila Dervisevic scored 20 for the Rams.

New Rochelle 63, Ossining 38

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Blind Brook 44, Greeley 42 OT

Gabby Tucker got inside the defense and got a floater to drop with .8 seconds to go in overtime. She finished with 14 points and five steals. Halle Greaige added 11 points and 10 rebounds and Kendall Konigsberg finished with seven points and six rebounds. Bella Schulman had 15 points to lead the Quakers, who also got 10 from Olivia Cambi.

Panas 47, Somers 32

Cadence Nicholas again sparked the Panthers, getting 25 points, seven rebounds and six steals. Sofia Taverez added nine and Kelsey Cregan netted seven points. Lauren McCartin led the Tuskers with eight points.

Briarcliff 66, Riverside 38

Cat Carrafiello and Caroline Barbalato finished with 22 and 20 points, respectively, for the Bears. Kanija Jacobs scored 16 and Destini Norman scored 14 in the loss.

Mamaroneck 57, Edgemont 33

Addison Dorfman wound up with 16 points for the Tigers, who have won three of their last four. Julia Jakob and Kaitlyn Welsh added eight and seven points, respectively. Scarlett Kraus led the Panthers with 14 points.

Clarkstown South 55, Nyack 33

Kate Frae came up with 15 points for the Vikings. Gabby Sanchez added 13 points and Mags Acosta scored nine. Gianna Longo finished with 15 to lead the Red Hawks, sho also got 13 points from Brooke Jordan.

John Jay-East Fishkill 53, Suffern 24

Stephanie Jean Baptiste led the Patriots with 12 points in the bounce back win. Ashley Buragas added 10 points and Brooke Matessino had seven. The Mounties were led by Ava Letizia's seven points.

Brewster 54, Lakeland 46

Adrianna Calicchia dropped a game-high 24 points for the Bears, who have won six of their last seven. Grace Galgano contributed 19 points, 13 rebounds and seven blocks. Tyler Hermazabal scored 20 for the Hornets.

Alexander Hamilton 46, Leffell 26

Mount Vernon 53, Carmel 44

Mike Dougherty covers boys soccer, boys lacrosse, girls basketball and golf for The Journal News/lohud.com. He can be reached at mdougher@lohud.com, or on Twitter @hoopsmbd, @lohudlacrosse, @lohudhoopsmbd and @lohudgolf.

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