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#3 Plattsburgh Hornets @ #2 Peru Indians - New York State Section VII Class B Semi-finals - October 25th 2019

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Peru's Ian Joy (18) with the crunching hit on Plattsburgh's Colin Golden (44) as soon as he catches the ball. It would be the semi-finals of the New York State Section VII Class B and the #3 Plattsburgh Hotnets travel to the #2 Peru Indians. The Indians would take the 3-0 lead on the first drive of the game with a 24 yard yard field goal by Keegan Smith. The game would stay there till 2:30 left in the half when the Indians would add another field goal from Keegan Smith this time 32 yards for the 6-0 lead as they head to the break. When the teams came out for the second it would be the tail of two halves as the Hornets offense would open up with a 27 yard pass touchdown to Ian Detuelleo to give the Hornets the 7-6 lead five minutes into the half. Then just 2:30 minutes later the Hornets would strike again on the ten yard run by Javon Carpenter for the 14-6 lead. From there on the defenses would be a wall and there would be no scoring. With that be said the Plattsburgh Hornets would get the 14-6 over the Peru Indians and both teams go to 4-4 on the season while the Hornets head to the sectional championship against the Beekmantown Eagles. Gallery

crazy catch

Plattsburgh's Kyle LaValley (8) with the crazy catch as he takes it off Peru's Santo Diaz for the first down as the scramble on the ground for the ball. Gallery

Ticonderoga Sentinels @ Plattsburgh Hornets - Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football - October 12th 2019

crunch

Plattsburgh's Myles King (88) with the crunching hit at the end of the game on Ticonderoga's Dillon Schlogl (1) to break up the pass. It would be week 6 of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference season and it would feature the Ticonderoga Sentinels at the Plattsburgh Hornets. It would take sometime for the scoring to happen as the defenses were up to the challenge. Then Hornets would end up taking the 7-0 lead on the 17 yard touchdown pass to Dylan Garrant as the second quarter began. That is where the score would remain through the first half and until the 3:25 of the third quarter when the Hornets extend there lead to 14-0 on Javon Carpenters ten yard run. The Hornets would take control of the game with just under 4 minutes left in third quarter when Myles King would catch the pass at the goal line for the 20-0 lead. The Sentinels would get on the board 1:30 into the fourth quarter on Monty Benedict touchdown to make it 20-7 down the stretch. Although the Hornets would put the game away down the stretch on the 2 yard pass to Benjamin Bourdeau and secure the 27-7 win. In the winning effort the Hornets go to 2-4 while the Sentinels fall to 1-5 on the season. Gallery

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Ticonderoga's Monty Benedicts (10) leaps up over the block and gets the a hand on the ball for the block. Gallery

Moriah Vikings @ AuSable Valley Patriots - Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football - October 11th 2019

touchdown

Ausable Valley's Luis Perez (3) comes back on the ball for the catch and then turns up the field for the 65 yard touchdown.It would be week 6 of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference and would feature the Moriah Vikings traveling up to the the Au Sable Patriots. The game would start of good for the Patriots as they would hit Luis Perez with a 65 yard pass on the first play of the game for a quick 8-0 lead. Although the Vikings would strike right back two plays later with a Maddox Blaise 63 yard run to tie the game at 8. Then the Vikings would strike again at 4:17 mark of the first quarter on a 3 yard run and take a 16-8. The Vikings would strike one more time in the first quarter with 4 minutes left on Mason Spring sneak to take a 24-8 lead. As time would expire in the first quarter the Patriots would cut the lead in half at 24-15 on the Evan Snow QB sneak. The scoring would slow down from there as the Vikings would score 3 minutes into the quarter on the Luke Spring 15 yard pass to make it 30-15. The Vikings would score as time would expire in the half on a very controversial touchdown Braden Swan to make it 38-15 at the half. When the teams came back the second half the scoring would slow down. As the Vikings would get the only score of the half at 3:24 of the third quarter on the Maddox Blaise run and secure the 44-15 win. In the winning effort the Moriah Vikings go to 4-2 while the Ausable Valley Patriots fall to 3-3 season as the teams go into the last week of the season. Gallery

around the edge

Moriah's Maddox Blaise takes it around the edge following blockers for the score. Gallery

Saranac Chiefs @ Peru Indians - Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football - October 11th 2019

unbalance catch

Saranac's Connor Recore (80) with the unbalance catch along the sidelines with Peru's Gavin Partdon (30) with the coverage. A sluggish first quarter wasn't enough to deter the Peru Indians, as they rode a solid running game to a second-half comeback, snapping their losing streak with a 21-11 win over Saranac. The Indians found themselves in a hole early, as Saranac's Connor Burns found Hunter Devins for a 73-yard touchdown pass. Two botched fourth-down snaps by Peru resulted in a pair of safeties, and the Chiefs led 11-0 after one quarter of play. That would be the end of the scoring for the visiting team, though, and Peru found its elusive running game on the back of Jack Hanson, who rattled off 181 rushing yards in the game. Twice in the second quarter, the Indians drove to within five yards, only to two turn the ball over each time. Momentum remained with Peru in the second half. An interception by Gavin Padron set the Indians up for a five-yard touchdown run by Hanson to cut the Chiefs' lead, and a 38-yard scoring run in the third quarter by Hanson gave the home side the lead.The Indians put the game away for good with a five-yard pass by Zach O'Connell to Austin Carpenter.The result leaves both teams with a record of 3-3 heading into the final week of the regular season. The Indians will host Saranac Lake at 7:30 p.m. Friday, while the Chiefs will host Plattsburgh High School Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Gallery

breaking tackle

Peru's Jack Hansen (33) steps through the foot tackle by Saranac's Connor Recore (80). Gallery

Plattsburgh Hornets @ Beekmantown Eagles - Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football - October 4th 2019

catch along the sidelines

Plattsburgh's Kyle LaValley (8) with the catch along the sidelines for the first down with Beekmentown's Andrew VanNatten (25) on his hip. It would be week 5 of the champlain valley athletic conference and would feature the Plattsburgh Hornets at the Beekmantown Eagles at the all new Beekmantown Sports Complex. The game would take sometime to get going and it the Eagles would get on the board with the quarterback keeper for a 7 yard run by Nate Finley to make it 6-0. That would be the only scoring all the way til there was four minutes left in third quarter when Matt Dion would scoop up a fumble and take it 65 yards for the score. From there to the end the defense would clap down and the and the Eagles would get the 13-0 win. With the win the Eagles go to 4-1 and take the lead in the division while the Hornets fall to 1-4 on the season. Gallery

steps in front

Beekmantown's Matt Dion (11) steps in front of Plattsburgh's Dylan Garrant for the interception. Gallery

Bucknell Bisons @ Siena Saints - December 21st 2019

NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball
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Siena's Jalen Pickett (22) with the three from the wing as a pair of Bucknell defenders are chasing him down as part of a 12 point night. The Siena Saints would host the Bucknell Bisons in front of 5500 fans at the Times Union Center. It would be a game the Saints would start off in control of a gradually pull away and have a 43-31 lead at the intermission. In the second half the Bisons would make it a more competitive game and on a few occasions have it down to a five-point game and actually win the half 40-38. Although the Saint's hot start would be too much to handle and they would get the 81-71 victory. In the winning effort, Elijah Burns would lead the way with 28 points as the Saints go to 3-5 on the season and the Bison fall to 4-8 on the season. Next up for the Siena Saints is the MAAC season opener as they host Canisius. Gallery

Saranac Lake/Lake Placid Lakers @ Saranac Chiefs - December 20th 2019

High School Boys Hockey
glove save

Saranac Lake/Lake Placid's Andres Stanton (1) with the glove save as part of a 16 save night. It would be opening night of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference season and the Saranac Chiefs would host the Saranac Lake/Lake Placid Lakers at Amer-can North. The opening goal of the game would come to the Chiefs Austin Carpenter at the 5:39 mark of the first period for the 1-0 lead. In the second part of the period, the Lakers would strike two goals from Rhett Darrah and Dustin Patterson for a 2-1 game at the end of the period. In the second period, the tables would flip and the Chiefs would score twice while the Lakers would get one. The goal scores would be Dylan Eagleson and Bailey Marsh for the Chiefs and Ben Munn for the Lakers and game would be tied at three headed to the third. In the third period, the Lakers offense would come alive and strike for four goals from Tyler Hinckley (twice), Hunter Walmont and Dylan Amell. While the Chiefs would get a lone goal from Austin Carpenter as the Lakers would get the 7-4 victory. In the winning effort, Tyler Hinchley would score twice and Dylan Amell would have 5 points on the night for the Lakers, while Erick Frechette would have 51 saves on the night. The Saranac Lake/Lake Placid Lakers go to 4-1 while the Saranac Chiefs fall to 4-1 on the season. Gallery.

Ausable Valley Patriots @ Saranac Chiefs - Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football - September 28th 2019

through the gap

Saranac's Hunter Devins (21) through the gap and takes it in for the score. It would be week four of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference and are saturday tilt would feature the Ausable Valley Patriots @ the Saranac Chiefs. The game would start off with a bang as Eli Douglas would run back the opening kickoff 92 yards and give the Patriots the 6-0 lead. The Chiefs would come right back and score four minutes later on a 2 yard run by Hunter Devins and would convert on the two point conversion and take the 8-6 lead and that would end the scoring in the first half. The Patriots would regain the lead at 13-8 on the 14 yard pass to Eli Douglas. Then just two and half minutes later the Patriots would extend there lead to as Eli Douglas would strike again this time for 73 yards and make it a 19-8 game. Then with four minutes left in the game the Patriots would put the icing on the cake with Nate Doner's 15 yard run for the 25-8 lead and hold on for the victory. In the winning effort the Patriots go to 2-2 on the season while the Chiefs fall to 2-2 on the season. Gallery

around the edge

Ausable Valley's Luis Perez (3) takes it around the edges with blockers out front for the big gain. Gallery

Beekmentown Eagles @ Peru Indians - Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football - September 27th 2019

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Peru's Austin Carpenter (3) with the catch over the middle for the first down. It would be week four of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference and it would be the classic matchup under the lights as the Peru Indians would host the Beekmantown Eagles. The game would start of like the classic as there would be no score after the first quarter. The Eagles would finally break through four minutes into the second quarter as Connor McGinnis would score on a 23 yard run for the 6-0 lead. Then at the 7:44 mark of the 2nd quarter the Eagles would double there lead on a 54 yard pass and catch to Kaden Myers for the 12-0 lead. Then with just over two minutes left in the half Myers would score on a 11 yard run for the 19-0 lead at the half. When the teams came back for the second half the Eagles would keep up the effort as they would extend there lead to 26-0 on a one yard sneak by Nathan Finley. That would end the scoring on the night and the Eagles would get the 26-0 win. In the winning effort the Beekmentown Eagles go to 3-1 while the Peru Indians fall to 2-2 on the season. Gallery

breaking through

Beekmantown's Connor McGinnis (32) fighting through the tackle for the first down with the extra yardage. Gallery

Plattsburgh Hornets Vs Peru Indians - Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football - September 20th 2019

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Peru's Austin Carpenter (3) with the crunching hit on Plattsburgh's Kyle LaValley to break up the pass. It would be week of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference season. As the Peru Indians would host the Plattsburgh Hornets in there first ever game under the Friday Night Lights. The game would start off good for Peru as they would get a safety 1:40 into the game for the 2-0 lead. Then about half through the first quarter the Indians strike with a 9 yard pass to Ian Joy for the 9-0 lead. That is where the game would stay till the third quarter as there would be no scoring as the defenses stepped up. Just under 5 minutes into the third quarter the Indians would score on a 6 yard run by Zach O'Connell and extend there lead to 16-0. Although the Hornets wouldn't be out done as they would take the kickoff 83 yards for the Ian Detulleo score and make it a 16-6 game. Then just a minute after that the Indians would extend there lead to 23-6 on the Austin Carpenter 73 yard catch run. Although the Hornets wouldn't go quietly as Foster Ovios would score on a 13 yard pass to make it 23-14 with just over ten minutes left in the game. Although the Indians would hold from there and get the 23-14 victory. In the winning effort the Indians go to Gallery

take down

Plattsburgh's Kyle LaValley (8) with the catch along the sidelines with a pair of Peru defenders on him. Gallery

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