Who's in first in the boys basketball Freedom National Division?

      It was another busy night on the high school hardwood Tuesday night, and the end result was a new team in first place in a competitive division.

      CBA avenged a December loss to ES-M by defeating the Spartans 64-54. Dylan Haines led the way for CBA with 23 points and 10 rebounds as the Brothers improved to 7-3 in Freedom National league play (Class A). ES-M is still in second place in the division with a 6-4 overall. CBA is 10-6 overall.

      There were some ultra competitive contests in Class AA as well. Corcoran erased a 10 point deficit in the final minutes of its contest with Liverpool, but fell just short, in a 64-63 defeat.

      Here's a look at some boys scores from around Section III:

      Fowler 68, Fulton 58

      Nottingham 75, Central Square 63

      C-NS 79, Baldwinsville 48

      Henninger 77, Auburn 45

      F-M 80, West Genesee 66

      Henninger 77, Auburn 45

      Skaneateles 62, Cazenovia 48

      In girls basketball, it was Senior Night at C-NS High School, as Breanna Stewart and the Northstars' senior four took on Baldwinsville. Stewart, Team USA's female player of 2011, finished with 24 points , while senior brittany Paul led all scores with 29 points in a 79-37 win over the Bees. The Northstars improve to 13-2 on the season.

      It was also senior night at Liverpool high school, where the Warrior girls took care of Corcoran 37-30. Rachael Windhausen led the Warriors with 11 points, while Lyteshia Price added 10. LaBreya Steward also scored 10 for the Cougars in a losing cause.

      Here are some other girls Section III basketball scores:

      Oneida 40, Camden 36

      CBA 54, ES-M 39

      Solvay 50, Phoenix 46

      F-M 50, West Genesee 41

      New Hartford 54, Holland Patent 39

      Auburn 43, Henninger 42