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#2 Northeastern Clinton Cougars @ #1 Beekmantown Eagles Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boys Hockey Championship March 2nd 2022

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Kyle Coryea

Northeastern Clinton's Reid LaValley (2) with the goal over Beekmantown's Austin Doser (31 as he gets hit and sent to the ice. It would be a match-up of the top two teams in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference as the #1 Beekmantown Eagles would faceoff with the #2 Northeastern Clinton Cougars for the conference championship at the Plattsburgh State Fieldhouse. The game would start out very evenly matched through the first period as there would be no score after one but that doesn't mean that there weren't chances by both teams to get on the board. The Cougars would finally break the ice and get the opening goal of the game from Reid LaValley for the 1-0 lead 4:12 into the second period. The game would stay there till the 10:34 mark of the period when Reid Fessette would get the equalizer on the unassisted goal. Then in the final 90 seconds of the period, the Eagles would pull ahead on the Luke Moser powerplay goal to take a 2-1 lead into the second intermission, The game would stay there till the ten-minute mark of the third period when Reid Levalley would strike for the second goal of the game and tie the game at two. The game would stay there through the rest of the regulation and we were headed into that all-important overtime. It would take until there were eight seconds left in the second overtime when Reid LaValley would strike for the third time and get the championship. With the win, the Northeastern Clinton Cougars will be headed to the NYSPHSAA Division 2 tournament and will take on the #1 team in the state Pelham on March 5th for the right to go to the NYSPHSAA Final Four March 12th-13th. Gallery

hard hit
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Sam Bingel (11) with the hard hit on Northeastern Clinton's Wayne Simpson (18) that sends him flying into the glass. Gallery

#2 Northeastern Clinton Cougars Vs #1 Beekmantown Eagles March 2nd 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boys Hockey Championship
champions
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Kyle Coryea

The Northeastern Clinton Cougars are named the 2021-2022 Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Hockey champions and will head to the New York State Playoffs. It would be a match-up of the top two teams in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference as the #1 Beekmantown Eagles would faceoff with the #2 Northeastern Clinton Cougars for the conference championship at the Plattsburgh State Fieldhouse. The game would start out very evenly matched through the first period as there would be no score after one but that doesn't mean that there weren't chances by both teams to get on the board. The Cougars would finally break the ice and get the opening goal of the game from Reid LaValley for the 1-0 lead 4:12 into the second period. The game would stay there till the 10:34 mark of the period when Reid Fessette would get the equalizer on the unassisted goal. Then in the final 90 seconds of the period, the Eagles would pull ahead on the Luke Moser powerplay goal to take a 2-1 lead into the second intermission, The game would stay there till the ten-minute mark of the third period when Reid Levalley would strike for the second goal of the game and tie the game at two. The game would stay there through the rest of the regulation and we were headed into that all-important overtime. It would take until there were eight seconds left in the second overtime when Reid LaValley would strike for the third time and get the championship. With the win, the Northeastern Clinton Cougars will be headed to the NYSPHSAA Division 2 tournament and will take on the #1 team in the state Pelham on March 5th for the right to go to the NYSPHSAA Final Four March 12th-13th. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Basketball Class B Semi-finals #4 Beekmantown Eagles @ #1 Saranac Chiefs Februarry 26th 2022

from the arc
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Grace McCasland (3) with the three from the top of the arc to keep her team in the fight. It would be the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B Semi-finals as the #1 Saranac Chiefs would host the #4 Beekmantown Eagles for the right to play in the finals next Saturday, March 5th at Clinton Community College. The game would start off good for the top-seeded Chiefs as they would have the 16-9 lead after the first quarter. The Chiefs would continue to pull away through the second quarter but the Eagles would do their best to keep it close with a 10-6 Chiefs quarter and 26-15 lead at the break. When the teams would come back for the third quarter the Eagles would come soaring back with a 25-16 quarter making it a slim 42-40 lead for the Chiefs as they headed into the fourth quarter. In that fourth quarter, the Chiefs shut down defense would return with a 17-4 quarter and end up cruising to the 59-44 win. In the winning effort, they will advance to the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference championship march at Clinton Community College on March 5th against Northeastern Clinton Cougars. Gallery

throws it off the window
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac (21) throws it up off the window as the Beekmantown defender Grace McCasland (3) is on her hip. Gallery

#4 Beekmantown Eagles @ #1 Saranac Chiefs Februarry 26th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Basketball Class B Semi-finals
drive and score
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac's (10) drives hard to the basket and lays it off the window for the score on the way to the win. It would be the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B Semi-finals as the #1 Saranac Chiefs would host the #4 Beekmantown Eagles for the right to play in the finals next Saturday, March 5th at Clinton Community College. The game would start off good for the top-seeded Chiefs as they would have the 16-9 lead after the first quarter. The Chiefs would continue to pull away through the second quarter but the Eagles would do their best to keep it close with a 10-6 Chiefs quarter and 26-15 lead at the break. When the teams would come back for the third quarter the Eagles would come soaring back with a 25-16 quarter making it a slim 42-40 lead for the Chiefs as they headed into the fourth quarter. In that fourth quarter, the Chiefs shut down defense would return with a 17-4 quarter and end up cruising to the 59-44 win. In the winning effort, they will advance to the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference championship march at Clinton Community College on March 5th against Northeastern Clinton Cougars. Gallery

Northeastern Clinton Cougars @ Beekmantown Eagles Boys Hockey February 17th 2022

breakaway goal
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Kyle Coryea

Northeastern Clinton's Ryan Raccine (10) breaks in on Beekmantown's Austin Doser (31) and beats him on the goal. It would be senior night at the Plattsburgh State Fieldhouse as the Beekmantown Eagles would host the Northeastern Clinton Cougars in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference action in what might be a preview of the championship that will be held in ten days. It wouldn't take long for the home Beekmantown Eagles to get on the board as they would light the lamp at the 2:49 mark of the first period on the Anthony Marion goal for the 1-0 lead and that's how the first period would end. Then at the 4:40 mark of the second period, Ryan Racine would come in the breakaway and beat the goalie, and tie the game at 1. Then about halfway through the second period the Eagles would come back and regain the 1 goal lead on the Zachary Lapier powerplay goal. That is where the game would stay still just under three minutes left in the game when the Eagles Keegan Rodier would shoot from the left faceoff circle and light the lamp and secure the 3-1 win. In the winning effort, the Beekmantown Eagles would secure the regular-season crown and the #1 seed in the upcoming playoffs and will wait for the winner of Plattsburgh and Saranac Lake-Lake Placid on February 24th. Gallery

goal
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Keegan Rodier (15) with the wrister from the faceoff circle for the goal. Gallery

Northeastern Clinton Cougars @ Beekmantown Eagles February 17th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boys Hockey
launched into the glass
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Anthony Marion (16) with the hit on Northeastern Clinton's Owen Ebersole (14) that launches him into the glass. It would be senior night at the Plattsburgh State Fieldhouse as the Beekmantown Eagles would host the Northeastern Clinton Cougars in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference action in what might be a preview of the championship that will be held in ten days. It wouldn't take long for the home Beekmantown Eagles to get on the board as they would light the lamp at the 2:49 mark of the first period on the Anthony Marion goal for the 1-0 lead and that's how the first period would end. Then at the 4:40 mark of the second period, Ryan Racine would come in the breakaway and beat the goalie, and tie the game at 1. Then about halfway through the second period the Eagles would come back and regain the 1 goal lead on the Zachary Lapier powerplay goal. That is where the game would stay still just under three minutes left in the game when the Eagles Keegan Rodier would shoot from the left faceoff circle and light the lamp and secure the 3-1 win. In the winning effort, the Beekmantown Eagles would secure the regular-season crown and the #1 seed in the upcoming playoffs and will wait for the winner of Plattsburgh and Saranac Lake-Lake Placid on February 24th. Gallery

Beekmantown Eagles @ Saranac Chiefs Champlain Valey Athletic Conference Boys Hockey February 12th 2022

into the broads
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac's Nolan Miner (9) with the hard hit on Beekmantown's Kyle Tranham (20) and pins them along the end boards. The Saranac Chiefs would host the Beekmantown Eagles in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Hockey action at Amer-Can North Arena. It would be a very evenly matched game with some hard-hitting and there would be no scoring through the first period of action. The first goal of the game would come in the first minute of the second period from Saranac's Ashtyn Catlin to give the Chiefs the 1-0 lead. The lead would be short-lived as the Eagles would get the equalizer four minutes later from Jake Brunham to tie the game at one. Although the Chiefs would answer back just eight seconds later from Ethan Barnes and make it a 2-1 game. Then just 2:36 into the third period the Chiefs would expand on their lead and make it a 3-1 game on the Landon Duprey goal. Then in the closing minutes of the game, the Chiefs would add an empty netter from Hunter Provost to secure the 4-1 victory. Next for the teams, the Saranac Chiefs will play Saranac Lake-Lake Placid on February 14th as the Beekmantown Eagles will be in action on February 15th against the Plattsburgh Hornets. Gallery

rebound goal
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Jake Brunham (29) with the rebound goal on the scramble in front of the net to get the Eagles on the broad. Gallery

Beekmantown Eagles @ Saranac Chiefs February 12th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boys Hockey
crunch into the glass
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac's Ryan Maggy (19) with the hard hit on Beekmantown's Zach LaPier (19) and pancakes hit to the glass. The Saranac Chiefs would host the Beekmantown Eagles in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Hockey action at Amer-Can North Arena. It would be a very evenly matched game with some hard-hitting and there would be no scoring through the first period of action. The first goal of the game would come in the first minute of the second period from Saranac's Ashtyn Catlin to give the Chiefs the 1-0 lead. The lead would be short-lived as the Eagles would get the equalizer four minutes later from Jake Brunham to tie the game at one. Although the Chiefs would answer back just eight seconds later from Ethan Barnes and make it a 2-1 game. Then just 2:36 into the third period the Chiefs would expand on their lead and make it a 3-1 game on the Landon Duprey goal. Then in the closing minutes of the game, the Chiefs would add an empty netter from Hunter Provost to secure the 4-1 victory. Next for the teams, the Saranac Chiefs will play Saranac Lake-Lake Placid on February 14th as the Beekmantown Eagles will be in action on February 15th against the Plattsburgh Hornets. Gallery

Beekmantown Eagles @ Plattsburgh Hornets February 11th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Basketball
with the harm and the basket
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Payton Parliament (13) breaks in and gets fouled by Plattsburgh's Bailey Hewson (10) as she drives to the hoop for the score. We would have a crosstown Champlain Valley Athletic Conference game as the Plattsburgh Hornets would host 8-0 lead. In the second quarter rival the Beekmantown Eagles. The game would start off great for the visiting Eagles as they would have shutout first quarter at 8-0 Eagles. In the second quarter, it would be more of the same as the Eagles did their best to keep the shutout and have an impressive 16-2 lead at the intermission. When the teams returned for the third quarter from the break they would bring their offensive's as the Eagles would win the quarter and take a 28-12 lead into the fourth and final quarter. In that fourth quarter, the teams would be all equal with an 11-11 quarter for the 39-23 victory. In the winning effort, the Eagles go to 10-9 while the Hornets fall to 6-11 on the season. Gallery

Beekmantown Eagles @ Plattsburgh Hornets Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Basketball February 11th 2022

floater
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Bailey Hewson (10) with the floater as she drives to the basket for the score. We would have a crosstown Champlain Valley Athletic Conference game as the Plattsburgh Hornets would host 8-0 lead. In the second quarter rival the Beekmantown Eagles. The game would start off great for the visiting Eagles as they would have shutout first quarter at 8-0 Eagles. In the second quarter, it would be more of the same as the Eagles did their best to keep the shutout and have an impressive 16-2 lead at the intermission. When the teams returned for the third quarter from the break they would bring their offensive's as the Eagles would win the quarter and take a 28-12 lead into the fourth and final quarter. In that fourth quarter, the teams would be all equal with an 11-11 quarter for the 39-23 victory. In the winning effort, the Eagles go to 10-9 while the Hornets fall to 6-11 on the season. Gallery

layup
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Grace McCasland (3) drives in on the break and lays it off the window for the score. Gallery

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