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#1 Peru Nighthawks Vs #2 Beekmantown Eagles November 5th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B Finals
2022 Class B Champions
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Evan Patrie

The Peru Nighthawks are crowned the 2022 Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B champions with a 41-8 victory over the Beekmantown Eagles. It would be the classic rivalry inside the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B as the #1 Peru Nighthawks would meet up with the #2 Beekmantown Eagles as they decide who heads to the New York State Class B Football tournament and take on the upset minded Massena Red Raiders, The Nighthawks would get the scoring going in the first quarter with a 9 yard run by Jack Hanson for the 7-0 lead. Later in the quarter the Nighthawks and Jack Hanson would score again this time from 30 yards and take the 14-0 lead. They would end the quarter with there third score of the quarter this time to Keith Parent from 32 yards out and have a 21-0 lead to end the quarter. In the second quarter the Nighthawks would get another score this time a 17 yard pass to Jack Hanson for his third score of the game. When the teams came back from the locker rooms for the third quarter the Nighthawks would stay on the gas and expand there lead to 34-0 on Jack Hanson's four touchdown of the night. In the fourth quarter the Nighthawks would put the final nail in the coffin on the game as Jack Hanson would get his fifth score of the game this time from 3 yards out for the 41-0 lead. In the final minutes of the game the Eagles would get on the board to avoid the shutout on a 12 yard run by Louis Sweenor and they would get the 2 point conversion to make it a 41-8 game. That would end the game and the Peru Nighthawks would be get the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B 2022 title. With the win the Nighthawks continue there undefeated season at 9-0 while the Beekmantown Eagles season will come to a close at 5-4. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football Class B Finals: #1 Peru Nighthawks Vs #2 Beekmantown Eagles November 5th 2022

interception
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Evan Patrie

Peru's Zach Hunter (52) with the interception on a pass intended for Beekmantown's Louis Sweenor (32) that he uses his helmet as an assist on the catch. It would be the classic rivalry inside the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B as the #1 Peru Nighthawks would meet up with the #2 Beekmantown Eagles as they decide who heads to the New York State Class B Football tournament and take on the upset minded Massena Red Raiders, The Nighthawks would get the scoring going in the first quarter with a 9 yard run by Jack Hanson for the 7-0 lead. Later in the quarter the Nighthawks and Jack Hanson would score again this time from 30 yards and take the 14-0 lead. They would end the quarter with there third score of the quarter this time to Keith Parent from 32 yards out and have a 21-0 lead to end the quarter. In the second quarter the Nighthawks would get another score this time a 17 yard pass to Jack Hanson for his third score of the game. When the teams came back from the locker rooms for the third quarter the Nighthawks would stay on the gas and expand there lead to 34-0 on Jack Hanson's four touchdown of the night. In the fourth quarter the Nighthawks would put the final nail in the coffin on the game as Jack Hanson would get his fifth score of the game this time from 3 yards out for the 41-0 lead. In the final minutes of the game the Eagles would get on the board to avoid the shutout on a 12 yard run by Louis Sweenor and they would get the 2 point conversion to make it a 41-8 game. That would end the game and the Peru Nighthawks would be get the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B 2022 title. With the win the Nighthawks continue there undefeated season at 9-0 while the Beekmantown Eagles season will come to a close at 5-4. Gallery

basket catch
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Evan Patrie

Beekmantown's Corbin Willette (3) with the basket catch in the middle of the field over a diving Peru's Kaiyden Healey (55) for the big gain. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football Class B Playoffs: #3 Plattsburgh Hornets @ #2 Beekmantown Eagles October 28th 2022

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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Rueglson Filsonca (5) with the catch along the sidelines of the endzone for the score. It would be the semifinals of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B Football playoffs and #3 Plattsburgh Hornets would head to Beekmantown and take on the number #2 Eagles with the winner getting a matchup with the undefeated Peru Nighthawks next week in the Class B finals. The game would start off good for the home Eagles as they would get the first score 6:45 into the first quarter on a seven yard run from Louis Sweenor for the 7-0 lead. Although the Hornets would answer right back on a 61 yard break out run by Trenton Griffiths just a minute later and tie the game at seven. Then with just over two minutes left in the game the Eagles would retake the lead on a seventeen yard run by Louis Sweenor for his second of the game. Although the Hornets were not going to go away easy as they march right back down field and tie the game up again at 14 on a one yard run by Trenton Griffiths. The Eagles would take the lead for the third time on a fifteen yard run by Louis Sweenor for his third score of the half with 3:15 left in the half. Then in the closing minute of the half the Eagles would double there lead at 28-14 on the six yard run by Connor Barber. When the teams returned for the third quarter the Hornets would score three minutes into make it a one score game again on Michael Phillips three yard run. Then at halfway mark of the third quarter the Eagles would make it a two score game again on Connor Baber's second score of the game and a 34-20 game. Then with four minutes left in the quarter the Eagles would score again on Louis Sweenor's fourth of the game and make it a 41-20 game. In the closing minute of the third quarter the Hornets would score on a touchdown pass to Riguelson Filosca and make it a 41-28 game. Although just two minutes into the fourth quarter the Eagles would score again to put the game out of reach on the 4 yard sneak from Nathan Parliment and make it 48-28 game. Then with three minutes left in the game the Eagles would put the icing on the cake with a three yard run by Oliver Lacombe to secure the 55-28 victory. In the winning effort the Eagles go to 5-3 on the season and will play the Peru Nighthawks for the Section VII Class B title on November 5th while the Plattsburgh Hornets season comes to end at 1-8. Gallery

splits the tacklers
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Nathan Parliment (5) splits a pair of Plattsburgh Hornets tackles and gets the yardage needed for the first down. Gallery

#3 Plattsburgh Hornets @ #2 Beekmantown Eagles October 28th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B Semifinals
breaking tackles
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Connor Barber (22) breakthrough the pair of Hornets tacklers and gets the first down as part of a 2 score night. It would be the semifinals of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Class B Football playoffs and #3 Plattsburgh Hornets would head to Beekmantown and take on the number #2 Eagles with the winner getting a match up with the undefeated Peru Nighthawks next week in the Class B finals. The game would start off good for the home Eagles as they would get the first score 6:45 into the first quarter on a seven yard run from Louis Sweenor for the 7-0 lead. Although the Hornets would answer right back on a 61 yard break out run by Trenton Griffiths just a minute later and tie the game at seven. Then with just over two minutes left in the game the Eagles would retake the lead on a seventeen yard run by Louis Sweenor for his second of the game. Although the Hornets were not going to go away easy as they march right back down field and tie the game up again at 14 on a one yard run by Trenton Griffiths. The Eagles would take the lead for the third time on a fifteen yard run by Louis Sweenor for his third score of the half with 3:15 left in the half. Then in the closing minute of the half the Eagles would double there lead at 28-14 on the six yard run by Connor Barber. When the teams returned for the third quarter the Hornets would score three minutes into make it a one score game again on Michael Phillips three yard run. Then at halfway mark of the third quarter the Eagles would make it a two score game again on Connor Baber's second score of the game and a 34-20 game. Then with four minutes left in the quarter the Eagles would score again on Louis Sweenor's fourth of the game and make it a 41-20 game. In the closing minute of the third quarter the Hornets would score on a touchdown pass to Riguelson Filosca and make it a 41-28 game. Although just two minutes into the fourth quarter the Eagles would score again to put the game out of reach on the 4 yard sneak from Nathan Parliment and make it 48-28 game. Then with three minutes left in the game the Eagles would put the icing on the cake with a three yard run by Oliver Lacombe to secure the 55-28 victory. In the winning effort the Eagles go to 5-3 on the season and will play the Peru Nighthawks for the Section VII Class B title on November 5th while the Plattsburgh Hornets season comes to end at 1-8. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football Week 4 Beekmantown Eagles @ Saranac Chiefs

catch
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Patrick Hagadorn (81) with the catch along the sidelines although Saranac's Senastian Dandrow-Pellerin (12) would push him out for the incompletion. It would be the fourth week of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference in what would be the game of the week as the Saranac Chiefs hosting the Beekmantown Eagles. It would be a game that would defense driven as both teams were not breaking on the field. There would be no scoring through the first quarter. The Chiefs would get on the board with 4:30 left in the half on a 34 yard feild goal by Nathan Hamel and take a 3-0 lead. Then lead would be short lived as the Eagles would strike on there next drive with a 41 yard touchdown pass to Peyton Viau for the 7-3 lead and thats where the game would stay till the half. Although the Chiefs would come out of the locker room and answer just 1:47 into the third quarter to take a 10-7 lead on a 4 yard run by Nathan Hamel. Then at the five minute mark of the third quarter the Hamel would strike again this time from 57 yards for a 17-7 lead. Then on the Eagles next drive they would get it back to a one score game on a 5 yard run by Nathan Parliment to make it a 17-14 game. From there the defenses on both side would step up and game would end there with the Chiefs getting the win to go to 4-1 while the Eagles fall to 1-4 on the season. Gallery

turn and burn
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac's Nathan Hamel (44) with the spin on the defender and breaks it for a big gain down the field. Gallery

Beekmantown Eagles @ Saranac Chiefs October 1st 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Week 4
wrap up tackle
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac's Alex Clancy (13) gets low and wraps up Beekmantown's Louis Sweenor (32) and stop the first down. It would be the fourth week of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference in what would be the game of the week as the Saranac Chiefs hosting the Beekmantown Eagles. It would be a game that would defense driven as both teams were not breaking on the field. There would be no scoring through the first quarter. The Chiefs would get on the board with 4:30 left in the half on a 34 yard feild goal by Nathan Hamel and take a 3-0 lead. Then lead would be short lived as the Eagles would strike on there next drive with a 41 yard touchdown pass to Peyton Viau for the 7-3 lead and thats where the game would stay till the half. Although the Chiefs would come out of the locker room and answer just 1:47 into the third quarter to take a 10-7 lead on a 4 yard run by Nathan Hamel. Then at the five minute mark of the third quarter the Hamel would strike again this time from 57 yards for a 17-7 lead. Then on the Eagles next drive they would get it back to a one score game on a 5 yard run by Nathan Parliment to make it a 17-14 game. From there the defenses on both side would step up and game would end there with the Chiefs getting the win to go to 4-1 while the Eagles fall to 1-4 on the season. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Football Week 1 Beekmantown Eagles @ Peru Nighthawks September 9th 2022

stiff arm
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Matt Golden

Beekmentown's Nathan Parliament (9) with the stiff arm on Peru's Preston Daniels (2) as they head towards the sidelines and the first down. It would be the opening week of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference season and it would start with the classic rivalry as the Peru Nighthawks would meet up with the Beekmantown Eagles. The game would start off good for the Nighthawks as they would get the opening score of the game at the 2:40 mark on a 12 pass to Zach Hunter for the 8-0 lead. Then just two minutes later the Nighthawks would strike again on a 58 yard run from Jack Hanson to extend the Peru lead to 16-0. The Eagles would get on the board in the closing seconds of the quarter on a 4 yard run from Parker Broughton to make it a 16-7 game at the end of the first quarter. Then at the 3:17 mark of the second quarter the Nighthawks would regain there two touchdown lead on a 13 yard pass to Landon Duprey to make it a 22-7 game. Then just about half way through the quarter the Eagles would strike again on a 1 yard run by Parker Broughton to make it a 22-14 game at the intermission. The Eagles would make it a 2 point game half way through the third quarter on a 8 yard pass to Evan Dixon at 22-20. With just over three minutes left in the third quarter Zach O'Connell would escape for a 36 yard run and the Nighthawks would go up 28-20. Then with under three minutes left in the game the Nighthawks would finish off the game on a 4 yard run by Jack Hanson would close out the game at 34-20. In the winning effort the Nighthawks go to 2-0 on the early season as they head to Plattsburgh next weekend against the Hornets. While the Eagles fall to 0-2 on the season and will head home to take on the Moriah Vikings next weekend. Gallery

the low tackle
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Kyle Coryea

Peru's Zach O'Connell (5) gets low and takes out the legs of Beekmentown's Parker Broughton (33) as he took it up the middle of the field. Gallery

Beekmantown Eagles @ Peru Nighthawks September 9th 2022

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Week 1
pass tip
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Matt Golden

Peru's Zach Hunter (52) with the pass defecltion on the pass from Beekmantown's Nathan Parliament (9). It would be the opening week of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference season and it would start with the classic rivalry as the Peru Nighthawks would meet up with the Beekmantown Eagles. The game would start off good for the Nighthawks as they would get the opening score of the game at the 2:40 mark on a 12 pass to Zach Hunter for the 8-0 lead. Then just two minutes later the Nighthawks would strike again on a 58 yard run from Jack Hanson to extend the Peru lead to 16-0. The Eagles would get on the board in the closing seconds of the quarter on a 4 yard run from Parker Broughton to make it a 16-7 game at the end of the first quarter. Then at the 3:17 mark of the second quarter the Nighthawks would regain there two touchdown lead on a 13 yard pass to Landon Duprey to make it a 22-7 game. Then just about half way through the quarter the Eagles would strike again on a 1 yard run by Parker Broughton to make it a 22-14 game at the intermission. The Eagles would make it a 2 point game half way through the third quarter on a 8 yard pass to Evan Dixon at 22-20. With just over three minutes left in the third quarter Zach O'Connell would escape for a 36 yard run and the Nighthawks would go up 28-20. Then with under three minutes left in the game the Nighthawks would finish off the game on a 4 yard run by Jack Hanson would close out the game at 34-20. In the winning effort the Nighthawks go to 2-0 on the early season as they head to Plattsburgh next weekend against the Hornets. While the Eagles fall to 0-2 on the season and will head home to take on the Moriah Vikings next weekend. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer Beekmantown Eagles @ Plattsburgh Hornets September 6th 2022

save
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Reha Maken (00) with the save in traffic as they try to pinch it in inside the 6 yard box. It would be crosstown rivalry game in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference as the Plattsburgh Hornets would host the Beekmantown Eagles in girl's soccer action and the goals would becoming fast and furious on the night. The Hornets would get the opening goal of the game in the fourth minute from Emma Colter for the 1-0 Hornets lead. The Eagles would answer back in the 11th minute on goal from Maggie Labarge to tie the game at one. The Hornets would retake the lead at 2-1 on Emma Colter's second goal of the game. From there the Eagles would out with three goals unanswered in the last 13 minutes of half from Grace McCasland and Maggie LaBarge. When the teams came back for the second half the teams would combine for another seven goals as the Eagles take the shootout victory 7-6. In the winning effort the Eagles get there season started with a win as the Hornets suffer there first defeat of the season and fall to 2-1 on the season. Gallery

battle for the ball
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Bella Miller (17) and Beekmantown's Maggie LaBarge (13) battle for the loose ball along the sidelines at midfield for position. Gallery

#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

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