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Peru @ Plattsburgh Hornets November 5th 2020

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer
save
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Nathanel Lepage

Peru's Briana Brousseau comes charging up for the save to cut down the Plattsburgh breakaway. It would be a rematch in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer action as the Plattsburgh Hornets host Peru in a rematch of a game that saw these two teams head to overtime last time around. This game would start off with the same kind of feel as the teams would play the first half to a zero-zero draw in a very hotly contested game. When the game would come back from the intermission it would stay that way as the teams remained tie through the first half of the second half. Finally, Peru would break the ice in the 68th minute with a goal Abigail Bruce for the 1-0 lead. Although the lead would be short-lived as Plattsburgh's Maddy Woodward would get the equalizer in the 70th minute. But that would not be enough as Peru would answer twice in the final ten minutes of the game with goals from Aofie Lawliss and McKenzie Brown to secure the 3-1 victory for Peru. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer Peru @ Plattsburgh Hornets November 5th 2020

diving save
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Emma Whalen (GK) with the diving stop on Peru's McKenzie Brown (10) open shot to keep her team in the game. It would be a rematch in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer action as the Plattsburgh Hornets host Peru in a rematch of a game that saw these two teams head to overtime last time around. This game would start off with the same kind of feel as the teams would play the first half to a zero-zero draw in a very hotly contested game. When the game would come back from the intermission it would stay that way as the teams remained tie through the first half of the second half. Finally, Peru would break the ice in the 68th minute with a goal by Abigail Bruce for the 1-0 lead. Although the lead would be short-lived as Plattsburgh's Maddy Woodward would get the equalizer in the 70th minute. But that would not be enough as Peru would answer twice in the final ten minutes of the game with goals from Aofie Lawliss and McKenzie Brown to secure the 3-1 victory for Peru. Gallery

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Kyle Coryea

Peru's Abigail Bruce (1) with the swipe of the ball from Plattsburgh's Madeleine Woodward (9) and charges back on net for the shot. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer Plattsburgh Hornets @ Peru October 10th 2020

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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh goalkeeper MacKenzie Lawfer dives to deny a close-range shot from Peru’s McKenzie Brown. In a tense girls’ soccer contest between Plattsburgh High School and Peru at the Apple Bowl, it all came down to one kick. Peru walked away with a 3-2 home victory, courtesy of McKenzie Brown’s successful penalty kick in the final minute of the game. A back-and-forth first half, which saw the team exchange lengthy periods of offensive pressure, ended with only one goal scored. Late in the half, Peru was awarded a free kick about 45 yards from goal. As the Hornets positioned their defense, Peru’s Isabella Sypek was quick to set the ball and launch a shot on net. Plattsburgh goalkeeper MacKenzie Lawfer tried to make the leaping save, but was unable to reach the ball. The tables turned early in the second half, though, as the Hornets scored two goals in quick succession to gain the lead. Defenseman Lexie Neale sent a long lob into the middle of the box from near midfield, and senior forward Madeleine Woodward met the ball at full speed before splitting the defenders. Woodward directed the ball into the bottom corner at the far post as she tumbled to the ground. About five minutes later, Woodward got the assist on the go-ahead goal, as her corner kick set up junior Ellie O’Neil for the tally. The home team knotted the score again less than 10 minutes later, though. As a free-kick came in from near the sideline, Peru’s Abigail Bruce flicked the ball up into the air to deny Lawfer, who had come off her goal line to gather it. Kayleigh Jackson directed the ball goalwards when it came back down, and none of the Plattsburgh defense could recover in time to stop it. With the game tied at 2 goals in the final minutes of regulation, it seemed overtime was in the cards, but that was not to be. A late attacking push by Peru saw Jackson dribbling into the box from the right-wing, where she was brought down by O’Neil for the penalty kick. Brown stepped up to the spot and showed no hesitation on the kick to beat Lawfer with just 50 seconds left in the game. Lawfer finished with 11 saves in the loss, while Peru’s Bri Brousseau stopped 6 in the winning effort. Gallery

the leap
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Kyle Coryea

Peru’s Abigail Bruce leaps to avoid going down after being beaten for possession by Plattsburgh defender Alyssa Hemingway near midfield. Gallery

Plattsburgh Hornets @ Peru October 10th 2020

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer
celeberation
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Nathanel Lepage

Peru’s Isabella Sypek (#2) and Erin Darst (#7) celebrate the opening goal of the game after Sypek scored on a direct free-kick 45 yards from goal. In a tense girls’ soccer contest between Plattsburgh High School and Peru at the Apple Bowl, it all came down to one kick. Peru walked away with a 3-2 home victory, courtesy of McKenzie Brown’s successful penalty kick in the final minute of the game. A back-and-forth first half, which saw the team exchange lengthy periods of offensive pressure, ended with only one goal scored. Late in the half, Peru was awarded a free kick about 45 yards from goal. As the Hornets positioned their defense, Peru’s Isabella Sypek was quick to set the ball and launch a shot on net. Plattsburgh goalkeeper MacKenzie Lawfer tried to make the leaping save, but was unable to reach the ball. The tables turned early in the second half, though, as the Hornets scored two goals in quick succession to gain the lead. Defenseman Lexie Neale sent a long lob into the middle of the box from near midfield, and senior forward Madeleine Woodward met the ball at full speed before splitting the defenders. Woodward directed the ball into the bottom corner at the far post as she tumbled to the ground. About five minutes later, Woodward got the assist on the go-ahead goal, as her corner kick set up junior Ellie O’Neil for the tally. The home team knotted the score again less than 10 minutes later, though. As a free-kick came in from near the sideline, Peru’s Abigail Bruce flicked the ball up into the air to deny Lawfer, who had come off her goal line to gather it. Kayleigh Jackson directed the ball goalwards when it came back down, and none of the Plattsburgh defense could recover in time to stop it. With the game tied at 2 goals in the final minutes of regulation, it seemed overtime was in the cards, but that was not to be. A late attacking push by Peru saw Jackson dribbling into the box from the right-wing, where she was brought down by O’Neil for the penalty kick. Brown stepped up to the spot and showed no hesitation on the kick to beat Lawfer with just 50 seconds left in the game. Lawfer finished with 11 saves in the loss, while Peru’s Bri Brousseau stopped 6 in the winning effort. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference - Week 3 - Plattsburgh Hornets Vs Peru Indians - September 14th 2018

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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Dylan Garrant (21) fights through the Peru tackler Keegan LaGrave (17) for the extra yards. It would be week 3 of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference between cross town rivals as the Plattsburgh Hornets would host the Peru Indians. It would be a hard hitting game from the start and it would take til the second quarter for the first score of the game. In that first score the Peru Indians would take the 7-0 lead on the Kasen Brennan 6 yard score at the 6:25. Although the Hornets would answer back on a 30 yard pass to Tyler Phillips to tie the game at seven. Then in the closing seconds of the half the Hornets would add a 30 yard field goal from Liam Rascoe for the 10-7 lead at intermission. At the 8:42 mark of the third quarter the Hornets would extend there lead to 17-7 on the Tyler Phillips score. Although the Indians would keep fighting and get a late score from Alex Palmer. Although it would not be enough as the Hornets get the 17-13 victory. With the win the Hornets go to 3-0 as they head to Moriah next week. While the Peru Indians fall to 2-1 and head to Beekmentown next weekend. Gallery

pass breakup
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Liam Rascoe (8) with pass breakup along the sidelines on the pass intended for Peru's Carson Cunningham. Gallery

Section VII Wrestling Championships Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Wrestling February 9th 2013

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Kyle Coryea

Peru's Kylar Agony pulling over Beekmentown's Anthony Cartee from behind to the back going for the pin in the 113lb division. The five section VII schools would meet at Saranac for the 2013 Section VII Wrestling Championship. There would be many good matches throughout the day with many of them going the distances and some needing the extra period. As a team Peru would defend there sectional title with a score of 244, 2nd Beekmentown 203, 3rd Saranac 169, 4th Northern Adirondack 155 and 5th Ausable Valley 79. We would like congratulate all the individual winners and wish them the best of luck at the State Championships in Albany at the Times Union Center on February 22nd and 23rd. Gallery

chicken wing
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmentown's Zachary Myers with the chicken wing on Saranac's Will Marcell during the 152lb class semi-finals. Myers would go onto get the 5-1 decision to move on the championship. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Week 5 Ausable Valley Patriots @ Peru Indians September 24th 2016

leaping catch
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Kyle Coryea

Ausable Valley's Brandon Snow with the leaping catch in the corner of the endzone for the score. It would be week four of the C.V.A.C. season and the Ausable Valley Patriots would travel to the Peru Indians. The Patriots would take the 7-0 lead with 4:25 left in the first quarter on Brandon Snow's catch in the corner of the end zone. The Patriots would extend the lead to 13-0 on Brandon Snow's second touchdown of the day with 2:05 left in the half. That would be all the Patriots would need as the teams would go scoreless in the second half as the Patriots would hold on for the 13-0 victory. In the winning effort, the Patriots go to 2-2 while the Indians fall to 1-3 on the season. Gallery

running catch
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Kyle Coryea

Peru's Dan Bridgeman (24) with the over the shoulder catch down the middle of the field for the big gain. Gallery

Section NYSPHSAA Boy's Basketball 7/10 Challenge Malone Huskies Vs Peru Indians January 14th 2017

beat the defender
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Kyle Coryea

Peru's Jon Martin (4) takes flight down the lane and lays it off the window for the score. It would be the third game of the Section 7/10 Challenge as the Malone Huskies would face off with the Peru Indians. The Huskies would job out to the 21-14 lead at the break. When the teams returned for the second half the Indians would claw the whole way and win the half 36-29 and force overtime tied at 50. In that overtime period, Malone would win it 9-4 and secure the 59-54 victory. With the loss the Peru Indians fall to 4-8 while Malone goes to 6-7 on the season. Gallery

layup
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Kyle Coryea

Malone's Brett Griffin (3) charges down the baseline for the off balance layup for the score. Gallery

#2 Beekmantown Eagles Vs #3 Peru Indians - Section VII Class B Semi-Finals - October 21 2017

passing defense
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Brandon Belrose (7) jumps the route and puts the hand out there to break up the pass intended for Robert Reynolds. It would be a classic match this time though in the playoffs as the #2 Beekmantown Eagles would host the #3 Peru Indians in the Class B Semmi-Finals. Peru would get the first score of the game at 8:58 of the first quarter on a 30 yard fumble recovery to make it 7-0. The Indians would extend the lead to 14-0 in the first few seconds of the second quarter on a 7 yard pass to Alex Rine. The Beekmantown Wagles would cut the lead in half on a 38 yard run by Cristobal Arzola to make it 14-7 at 1:58 of the second quarter. Then at the 5:06 mark of the second quarter the Eagles would tie the game at 14 on a 20 yard run by Dylan Hazel. The game would stay there til the 4th quarter when the Beekmantown Eagles would take the 21-14 lead on a 25 yard quarterback keeper from Brandon Belrose. The Indians would march right back down and score on a 10 yard pass to Robert Reynolds although they would miss the extra point to make it 21-20 with 8 minutes left. Then from that point on the game would get very questionable as there was alot of very questionable calls that would go against Beekmantown. With that going on the Indians would get the eventual game winning score with 1:50 left in the game on Kasen Brennan 12 yard run for the 26-21 victory. In the winning effort the Peru Indians go to 2-6 and have a date with the Plattsburgh Hornets for the Class B Championships and the Beekmantown Eagles season comes to a end at 4-4. Gallery

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Kyle Coryea

Peru's Robert Reynolds trying to do his best Odel Beckham impersonation as he makes the catch along the sidelines with his helmet. Gallery

#1 Plattsburgh Hornets Vs #3 Peru Indians - Section VII Class B Championship - October 28 2017

Touchdown reception
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Jordan Moore(4) with the great two handed tippy toe catch in the endzone. It would be the #1 Plattsburgh Hornets meeting up with the #3 Peru Indians in the Section VII Class B Championship. This would be a defensive battle between two evenly matched teams. As the Peru Indians would score first with a minute left in the first quarter on Kasen Brennan 6 yard touchdown. The game would stay there til 4:28 left in the second quarter when Jordan Moore would score on a 13 yard pass although the hornets would miss the extra point and the Indians would have a 7-6 lead at the break. When the teams came back for the second half the defenses would stay stout as there would be no scoring. The Peru Indians would get the 7-6 victory and be crowned the 2017 Section VII champions and advance to the New York State Class B Tournament and play the Gouvenour Wildcats. Gallery

Broken Tackle
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Kyle Coryea

Peru's Kassen Brennan (26) breaking tackles along the edge for the first down. Gallery

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