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Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer Peru Nighthawks @ Ausable Valley Patriots September 6th 2022

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Matt Golden

Peru's netminder with the fingertip save on the shot that was head to the far corner. It would be home opener for last years defending New York State class C Champions as they would host neighbor the Peru Nighthawks in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference action. The game would start off good for the Patriots as they would get six goals in the first half from Kate Knapp, Sara Richards, Kaydence Hoehn (twice), Addie Stanley, and Jillian Beizo. In the second half it would be more of the same as they would add another four goals from Lilley Keyser, Kaydence Hoehn (third and fourth of the night) and Addie Stanley (second of the night) to finish of the Nighthawks. In the winning effort the Patriots go to 1-1 on the season while Nighthawks go to 0-3 on the early season. Gallery

battle for positioning
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Matt Golden

Ausable Valley's Kamyrn Bezio and Peru's (6) goes head to head along the endlines for position in the early stages of the game. Gallery

Peru Nighthawks @ Auasble Valley Patriots September 6th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer
GOAL
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Matt Golden

Ausable Valley's Kaydence Hoehn with the shot on net to beat the goalie for one of her four goals on the night. It would be home opener for last years defending New York State class C Champions as they would host neighbor the Peru Nighthawks in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference action. The game would start off good for the Patriots as they would get six goals in the first half from Kate Knapp, Sara Richards, Kaydence Hoehn (twice), Addie Stanley, and Jillian Beizo. In the second half it would be more of the same as they would add another four goals from Lilley Keyser, Kaydence Hoehn (third and fourth of the night) and Addie Stanley (second of the night) to finish of the Nighthawks. In the winning effort the Patriots go to 1-1 on the season while Nighthawks go to 0-3 on the early season. Gallery

#2 Ausable Valley Patriots Vs #1 Moriah Vikings Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Basketball Class C Championship March 4th 2022

layup
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Kyle Coryea

Moriah's Bryce Sprague (33) splits the defender and takes flight for the layup and score. It would be the first Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Basketball championship of the weekend as the #1 Moriah Vikings would face off with the #2 Ausable Valley Patriots for the class c championship and punch their ticket to the NYSPHSAA Tournament. The game would not start off good for the defending championing Moriah Vikings as they would start the game off down 11-2 but would start to come back as they would finish the quarter 8-6 and trail 17-10 after the first quarter. In the second quarter, they would get the hot a hand going on a 15-10 quarter and trail by a slim 27-25 at the intermission. In the third quarter, they would take the lead on the strength of some good defense with 12-9 quarter and take the small 37-36 lead into the fourth quarter. In the fourth quarter, the Vikings offense would continue to stay hot and would finish off the Patriots with an 18-13 quarter and secure the 55-49 victory. In the winning effort, the Moriah Vikings advance to the NYSPHSAA Class C Tournament and will take on #`16 Madrid Waddington from Section X On March 9th at SUNY Canton as the Ausable Valley Patriots season comes to an end at 15-5. Gallery

from the corner
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Kyle Coryea

Ausable Valley's Aidan Lopez with the three from the corner over the out stretched arm of Moriah's Brady Olcott (4) to keep the run going. Gallery

#2 Ausable Valley Patriots Vs #1 Moriah Vikings March 4th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Basketball Class C Championship
2022 Class C Champions
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Kyle Coryea

The Moriah Vikings have been crowned the 2022 Section VII Class C champions. It would be the first Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Basketball championship of the weekend as the #1 Moriah Vikings would face off with the #2 Ausable Valley Patriots for the class c championship and punch their ticket to the NYSPHSAA Tournament. The game would not start off good for the defending championing Moriah Vikings as they would start the game off down 11-2 but would start to come back as they would finish the quarter 8-6 and trail 17-10 after the first quarter. In the second quarter, they would get the hot a hand going on a 15-10 quarter and trail by a slim 27-25 at the intermission. In the third quarter, they would take the lead on the strength of some good defense with 12-9 quarter and take the small 37-36 lead into the fourth quarter. In the fourth quarter, the Vikings offense would continue to stay hot and would finish off the Patriots with an 18-13 quarter and secure the 55-49 victory. In the winning effort, the Moriah Vikings advance to the NYSPHSAA Class C Tournament and will take on #`16 Madrid Waddington from Section X On March 9th at SUNY Canton as the Ausable Valley Patriots season comes to an end at 15-5. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Basketball Class C Championship #2 Ausable Valley Patriots Vs #1 Northern Adirondack Bobcats March 4th 2022

three from the wing
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Kyle Coryea

Northern Adirondack's Rhylee Poupure (11) with the three from the wing to keep the Bobcats hot. It would be the first championship of championship weekend as the #1 Northern Adirondack Bobcats would do battle with the #2 Ausable Valley Patriots for the Section VII Class C Championship. The first quarter would be very low scoring as there seemed like there was a lid on the basket as the Bobcats would have a low scoring 6-2 lead after the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Bobcats would start to find a little easier as they would win the quarter 11-5 and take a 17-7 lead into the intermission. The break would do the Patriots will as they would come back with a good offense output and a 14-11 quarter but would trail in the game 25-21. In the fourth quarter, the Patriots would do their best to cut into the lead but the deficit from the second quarter would be too much as they would win the quarter 15-14 although the Bobcats would hold on for the 42-36 victory. In the winning effort, the Northern Adirondack Bobcats advance to the NYSPHSAA Class C Girl's Tournament and will play Madrid-Waddington on March 9th at SUNY Canton as the Ausable Valley Patriots season come to end at 14-5. Gallery

three from the wing
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Kyle Coryea

Ausable Valley's Kaydence Hoehen (10) with the three from the wing as she tries to her team in the game and comeback alive. Gallery

#2 Ausable Valley Patriots Vs #1 Northern Adirondack Bobcats March 4th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Basketball Class C Championship
2022 Class C Champions
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Kyle Coryea

The Northern Adirondack Bobcats have crowned the 2022 Section VII Class C champions at Clinton Community College. It would be the first championship of championship weekend as the #1 Northern Adirondack Bobcats would do battle with the #2 Ausable Valley Patriots for the Section VII Class C Championship. The first quarter would be very low scoring as there seemed like there was a lid on the basket as the Bobcats would have a low scoring 6-2 lead after the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Bobcats would start to find a little easier as they would win the quarter 11-5 and take a 17-7 lead into the intermission. The break would do the Patriots will as they would come back with a good offense output and a 14-11 quarter but would trail in the game 25-21. In the fourth quarter, the Patriots would do their best to cut into the lead but the deficit from the second quarter would be too much as they would win the quarter 15-14 although the Bobcats would hold on for the 42-36 victory. In the winning effort, the Northern Adirondack Bobcats advance to the NYSPHSAA Class C Girl's Tournament and will play Madrid-Waddington on March 9th at SUNY Canton as the Ausable Valley Patriots season come to end at 14-5. Gallery

#1 Moriah Vikings Vs #2 Ausable Valley Patriots Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football Class D Championship November 6th 2021

flying score
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Kyle Coryea

Moriah's Rowan Swan (14) flyes across the goal line on the two-point conversion. It would be the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class D Football championships and it would be another appearance by the #1 Moriah Vikings expect this time they would be taking on the #2 Ausable Valley Patriots for the right to head to the state playoffs and the road to the carrier dome. The upset-minded Patriots would get the opening score of the game on a 12 yard run by Ethan Snow and would take the 7-0 lead with three minutes left in the first quarter. Although the lead would be short-lived as the Moriah Vikings and Bryce Spraque would run back the ensuing kickoff 83 yards for the score with 1:48 left in the quarter although the two-point conversion would fail and the Patriots would have the slim 7-6 lead. The Vikings would officially take the 12-7 lead as Bryce Spraque would strike again although this time through the air on a 15-yard pass at the 5:16 mark of the second quarter and would stay that way for the first half. The Vikings would expand their lead to 20-7 on a 35-yard keeper by Rowan Swan and would also get the two-point conversion. The Patriots would answer right back on their next drive with Ethan Snow's second rushing touchdown of the day to make it a 20-13 game. That is where the game would end up with the Vikings being crowned the 2021 Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class D Champions although the Patriots wouldn't go down without swinging to get the tying score. With the win, the Vikings enter the NYSPHSAA Class D Tournament at a perfect 8-0 and wait for the winner from the capital district in a couple of weeks while the Ausable Valley Patriots season comes to end at 5-3. Gallery

avoiding defender
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Kyle Coryea

Ausable Valley's Ethan Snow (12) cuts it to the sidelines in an attempt to avoid the Moriah Vikings defender. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football Week 7 Plattsburgh Hornets @ Ausable Valley Patriots October 22nd 2021

stifff arm
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Kyle Coryea

Ausable Valley's Nate Doner (12) with the stiff arm to the Hornets defender as he takes it around the edge for the big gain. It would be the last week of the regular season and the Ausable Valley Patriots would host the Plattsburgh Hornets as the teams were tuning up for the playoffs. The Patriots would strike first quickly at the 2:56 mark and take the 6-0 lead on the Nate Doner 6 yard run. That is where the game would stay all the way till the 3:27 mark of the second quarter when the Hornets would hook up with Michael Phillips for a 56-yard pass and catch and the take the lead at 7-6. It was starting to look like that would be the score heading into half until Nate Doner would strike again for a 12-yard receiving touchdown with 39 seconds left and the Patriots would take the 13-7 lead into the break. When the teams came back for the second defenses would be stepping up and the game would remain till the 2:20 mark of the 4th quarter when Ausable Valley's Douglass would have the 46-yard interception for the score and extend their lead to 20-7. Then in the final stages of the game, the Patriots would put the icing on the cake as Nate Doner would strike for the third touchdown of the game and give the Patriots the 27-7 victory. In the winning effort, the Patriots finish of their season at 5-2 and while have a meeting next week with the Ticonderoga Sentinels in the semi-finals of the Section VII Class D Playoffs. As for the Hornets there, the season come to end at 3-4 while they will have the next week off as they will take on the Peru Nighthawks in the Section VII Class B Championship.

cutback
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Kyle Coryea

Ausable Valley's Douglass (14) with the cutback on the Hornets defender and gets the extra yardage for the first down.

Plattsburgh Hornets @ Ausable Valley Patriots October 22nd 2021

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Week 7
pass breakup
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Riguelson Filosca (23) with the pass breakup along the sidelines of the endzone to save the touchdown that was intended for Ausable Valley's Doner. It would be the last week of the regular season and the Ausable Valley Patriots would host the Plattsburgh Hornets as the teams were tuning up for the playoffs. The Patriots would strike first quickly at the 2:56 mark and take the 6-0 lead on the Nate Doner 6 yard run. That is where the game would stay all the way till the 3:27 mark of the second quarter when the Hornets would hook up with Michael Phillips for a 56-yard pass and catch and the take the lead at 7-6. It was starting to look like that would be the score heading into half until Nate Doner would strike again for a 12-yard receiving touchdown with 39 seconds left and the Patriots would take the 13-7 lead into the break. When the teams came back for the second defenses would be stepping up and the game would remain till the 2:20 mark of the 4th quarter when Ausable Valley's Douglass would have the 46-yard interception for the score and extend their lead to 20-7. Then in the final stages of the game, the Patriots would put the icing on the cake as Nate Doner would strike for the third touchdown of the game and give the Patriots the 27-7 victory. In the winning effort, the Patriots finish of their season at 5-2 and while have a meeting next week with the Ticonderoga Sentinels in the semi-finals of the Section VII Class D Playoffs. As for the Hornets there, the season come to end at 3-4 while they will have the next week off as they will take on the Peru Nighthawks in the Section VII Class B Championship.

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football Week 6 Moriah Vikings @ Ausable Valley Patriots October 9th 2021

hit as he throws
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Kevin Cangro

Ausable Valley's Garcia is hit as he launches the pass down the field on the pass attempt. It would be week #6 of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference action and the Ausable Valley Patriots would host the Moriah Vikings. The Vikings would show why they came into this game undefeated as they would get the opening score at the 4:27 mark of the first quarter on the Riley Demarias on the 28 yards run for the 7-0 lead. The Vikings would double up their lead in the first minute of the second quarter on the 8 yards run by Dakota Wright for the 14-0 lead. Then in the final minute of the half, the Vikings would start to pull away as Riley Demarias would strike for the second time from 5 yards out and take the 22-0 lead to the break. When the teams came back for the second half the defenses on both sides would step up as the Vikings would get the lone score of the half at the 4:13 mark of the fourth quarter as Riley Demararias would get his third score of the night to secure the 28-0 victory. In the winning effort, the Moriah Vikings go to 6-0 on the season as they will finish up the regular season against the Saranac Chiefs. While the Ausable Valley Patriots fall to 4-2 and will finish their season against Plattsburgh.

swarm sack
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Kevin Cangro

The Moriah Vikings defense swarms the Ausable Valley quarterback for the sack as they would hold them out of the endzone for the sack.

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