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Boy's High School Hockey: #1 Salmon River Shamrocks @ #2 Beekmantown Eagles

collision with the goaltender
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Zack Lapier (19) collides with Salmon River's goaltender Chartland as they were going after the loose puck. It would be a mid-season matchup outside the conference but o what it matchup it would be as it would pit the top 2 in new york state boy hockey #2 Beekmantown Eagles would host the #1 Salmon River Shamrocks from the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena in front of a very spirited and well-attended crowd. It wouldn't take long till we had our first goal of the game as Salmon River's (17) would light the lamp just 3:20 into the game. Although the Eagles come right back down and tie the game back up at one of Zack Lapier's goals just a minute later. Although at the thirteen-minute mark, the Shamrocks would get two quick ones just 100 seconds apart from 7 and 17 as the Shamrocks lead the game 3-1 after the first period. When the teams returned for the second the competitive spirit of the game would stay on high and at the 7:32 mark of the period Zack Lapier would score again for the Eagles to make it a 3-2 game. Although with just over two minutes left in the period would fight back to get their two-goal lead again on the Cook goal to make it 4-2 Shamrocks after the second period. The Eagles would waste little time in the third period making it a one-goal game again on the Sam Bingel just 40 seconds in to make it a 4-3 game. Then with just six minutes left in the game, the Eagles would finally get the equalizer as Lapier would get his hat trick goal and end up sending the game to overtime tie at four. In the extra frame, there would be a penalty called on Beekmantown's Sam Bingel and with the powerplay, the Shamrocks would take care of business on the Cook goal. On this night the #1 team in the state the Salmon River Shamrocks would get the win at 5-4 to stay perfect on the season the Eagles would suffer their first setback of the year and go to 9-1-1 on the season and will look to right the ship on January 27th against the Canton Bears. Gallery

game tying goal
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Zack Lapier (19) with the shot that slices through the defender beats the goalie on the glove side to tie game at four with six minutes left in the game. Gallery

#2 Beekmantown Eagles Vs #14 Saranac Chiefs January 16th 2023

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boys Hockey
hard fought win
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Kyle Coryea

The Beekmantown Eagles celebrate their hard-fought victory to stay atop the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference standings. It would be standing room only at the Amer-can North Sports Complex tonight as it would be a match-up of a pair of teams ranked inside the top 15 in the state as the #14 Saranac Chiefs Chiefs coming in on 6 games winning streak hosting the #2 Beekmantown Eagles that came in unbeaten on the season. It would take till the 6-minute mark of the first period before we had our first goal between these two high-spirited teams when Sam Bingel would light the lamp twice in that minute to give the Eagles the 2-0 lead. Then at the 9:25 mark of the period the Chiefs would get on the board when Evan Patrie would hit the rebound goal to make it a 2-1 game. Although the one-goal game would be short-lived as Keegan Seemone would score thirty seconds later to make it a two-goal lead again for the Eagles. The Chiefs would not end out the period strong as Landen Duprey would score twice to end the period and the teams would go into the locker room tied at three. The Chiefs would keep the train moving as they would score just 3:36 into the second period to give them their first lead of the game at 4-3 on the Nolan Miner goal. Then at about the midway mark of the period, Zach O'Connell will score to give the Chiefs the 5-3 lead. The game would stay there til the 14-minute mark of the period when Sam Bingel (hat trick) and Zach Lapier would score to tie the game at five as they went into the second intermission. When the teams returned for the third period the Eagles would be riding their excitement as they would take the 6-5 lead at the 5:36 mark of the period on Sam Bingel's 4th goal of the night. Then with under 90 seconds left in the game, he would strike again for the 7-5, and the Eagles would add an empty netter to secure the 8-5 win. In the winning effort, Austin Doser would make 27 saves as they go to 9-0-1 on the season and the Chiefs fall to 7-2-2 on the season as Joey Mitchell had 25 saves on the night. Both teams will be looking forward to their rematch on February 17th at the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena on the last night of the regular season. Gallery

#2 Beekmantown Eagles @ #14 Saranac Chiefs Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Hockey January 16th 2023

top shelf
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Sam Bingel (11) beats Saranac's Joey Mitchell (30) top shelf and flips the water bottle as part of a five-goal night. It would be standing room only at the Amer-can North Sports Complex tonight as it would be a match-up of a pair of teams ranked inside the top 15 in the state as the #14 Saranac Chiefs Chiefs coming in on 6 games winning streak hosting the #2 Beekmantown Eagles that came in unbeaten on the season. It would take till the 6-minute mark of the first period before we had our first goal between these two high-spirited teams when Sam Bingel would light the lamp twice in that minute to give the Eagles the 2-0 lead. Then at the 9:25 mark of the period the Chiefs would get on the board when Evan Patrie would hit the rebound goal to make it a 2-1 game. Although the one-goal game would be short-lived as Keegan Seemone would score thirty seconds later to make it a two-goal lead again for the Eagles. The Chiefs would not end out the period strong as Landen Duprey would score twice to end the period and the teams would go into the locker room tied at three. The Chiefs would keep the train moving as they would score just 3:36 into the second period to give them their first lead of the game at 4-3 on the Nolan Miner goal. Then at about the midway mark of the period, Zach O'Connell will score to give the Chiefs the 5-3 lead. The game would stay there til the 14-minute mark of the period when Sam Bingel (hat trick) and Zach Lapier would score to tie the game at five as they went into the second intermission. When the teams returned for the third period the Eagles would be riding their excitement as they would take the 6-5 lead at the 5:36 mark of the period on Sam Bingel's 4th goal of the night. Then with under 90 seconds left in the game, he would strike again for the 7-5, and the Eagles would add an empty netter to secure the 8-5 win. In the winning effort, Austin Doser would make 27 saves as they go to 9-0-1 on the season and the Chiefs fall to 7-2-2 on the season as Joey Mitchell had 25 saves on the night. Both teams will be looking forward to their rematch on February 17th at the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena on the last night of the regular season. Gallery

goal
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac's Landen Duprey (16) breaks and beats Beekmantown's Austin Doser (31) to tie the game up in the first period. Gallery

Potsdam Sandstoners @ Beekmantown Eagles High School Boy's Hockey January 2nd 2023

diving save
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Kyle Coryea

Potsdam's goaltender dive's back and make the save on Beekmantown's Keegin Rodier. It would be a non-league game as the Beekmantown Eagles would host from Section X the Potsdam Sandstoners as both teams were looking to get the 2023 portion of the season started the right way. The game would start off well for the home Eagles as they would get on the board at about the five minutes of the first period on the Zach Lapier goal. The lead would only last about five minutes as the Sandstoners would tie the game at one. The game would stay there til there the 12:00 mark of the period when Sam Bingel would score to make it a 2-1 Eagles lead. The lead would be short-lived as the Sandstoners would tie the game at two. The Sandstoners would start off the second period hot as they would score three goals in the first two minutes and take a 5-2 lead. Then just 19 seconds later the Eagles would slow rush as they would get their own goal from Zach Lapier for his second of the game and make it a 5-3 game. Then at the 5:16 mark of the period, the Eagles would make it a one-goal game on the power play goal at 5-4. Then with under two minutes left in the period, the Sandstoners would regain their two-goal lead at 6-4. Then at the 7:48 mark of the third period, Cooper Burdo would score to make it a one-goal game again at 6-5. Then with 6:30 minutes left in the game, the Eagles would come all the way back and tie the game on Zach Lapier's third goal of the game. The game would head to overtime and in that period Keegan Seamone would score 1:44 into the overtime and get the 7-6 win. In the winning effort, the Eagles would stay perfect on the season at 7-0 while the Sandstoners fall to 5-3 on the season. Gallery

breakaway goal
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Zach Lapier (19) comes down the breakaway and beats the goalie for the goal. Gallery

Potsdam Sandstoners @ Beekmantown Eagles January 2nd 2023

High School Boys Hockey
game winner
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Kyle Coryea

The Beekmantown Eagles would celebrate as they get the game-winner and stay perfect on the season. It would be a non-league game as the Beekmantown Eagles would host from Section X the Potsdam Sandstoners as both teams were looking to get the 2023 portion of the season started the right way. The game would start off well for the home Eagles as they would get on the board at about the five minutes of the first period on the Zach Lapier goal. The lead would only last about five minutes as the Sandstoners would tie the game at one. The game would stay there til there the 12:00 mark of the period when Sam Bingel would score to make it a 2-1 Eagles lead. The lead would be short-lived as the Sandstoners would tie the game at two. The Sandstoners would start off the second period hot as they would score three goals in the first two minutes and take a 5-2 lead. Then just 19 seconds later the Eagles would slow rush as they would get their own goal from Zach Lapier for his second of the game and make it a 5-3 game. Then at the 5:16 mark of the period, the Eagles would make it a one-goal game on the power play goal at 5-4. Then with under two minutes left in the period, the Sandstoners would regain their two-goal lead at 6-4. Then at the 7:48 mark of the third period, Cooper Burdo would score to make it a one-goal game again at 6-5. Then with 6:30 minutes left in the game, the Eagles would come all the way back and tie the game on Zach Lapier's third goal of the game. The game would head to overtime and in that period Keegan Seamone would score 1:44 into the overtime and get the 7-6 win. In the winning effort, the Eagles would stay perfect on the season at 7-0 while the Sandstoners fall to 5-3 on the season. Gallery

Grand Island Vikings @ Beekmantown Eagles High School Boy's Hockey December 10th 2022

glove save
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Austin Dozier (31) with the glove save on the breakaway attempt on the net. The Beekmantown Eagles would be back in action as they would host the Grand Island Vikings from western new york in nonleague action. The Eagles would stay hot from the previous weekend. It wouldn't take long for the Eagles to get on the board just 3:34 into the game on a goal by Sam Bingel for the lone goal of the first period. The Eagles would strike again just five minutes into the second period on a goal by Reagan Dudyak. Then in the closing minutes of the period, the Eagles would take control of the game on Sam Bingel's second goal of the game and give the Eagles the 3-0 lead. Then just over a minute into the third period, the Eagles would strike again with Luke Moser's goal. Then the Eagles would finish off the scoring as Keegin Rodier would score twice to close out the period and give them the 6-0 lead. Then with four minutes left in the game, the Vikings would get on the board on Jamie Wright's goal to avoid the shutout and have a 6-1 final. In the winning effort, the Eagles would go to 3-0 on the season and be back in action the next day against the Kenmore East Bulldogs. Gallery

crunch on boards
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Kyle Coryea

Grand Island's Jaimen Wright (15) with the hard hit on Beekmantown's Lee Jarus (9) that pancakes him along the sideboards to stop the attack. Gallery

Grand Island Vikings @ Beekmantown Eagles December 10th 2022

High School Boys Hockey
goal
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Keegin Rodier (15) puts the puck in the back of the net on the breakaway for one of his two goals on the afternoon. The Beekmantown Eagles would be back in action as they would host the Grand Island Vikings from western new york in nonleague action. The Eagles would stay hot from the previous weekend. It wouldn't take long for the Eagles to get on the board just 3:34 into the game on a goal by Sam Bingel for the lone goal of the first period. The Eagles would strike again just five minutes into the second period on a goal by Reagan Dudyak. Then in the closing minutes of the period, the Eagles would take control of the game on Sam Bingel's second goal of the game and give the Eagles the 3-0 lead. Then just over a minute into the third period, the Eagles would strike again with Luke Moser's goal. Then the Eagles would finish off the scoring as Keegin Rodier would score twice to close out the period and give them the 6-0 lead. Then with four minutes left in the game, the Vikings would get on the board on Jamie Wright's goal to avoid the shutout and have a 6-1 final. In the winning effort, the Eagles would go to 3-0 on the season and be back in action the next day against the Kenmore East Bulldogs. Gallery

Lasalle Cadets @ Beekmantown Eagles December 3rd 2022

High School Boys Hockey
goal
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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Sam Bingel (11) with the goal squeaks past the line as part of a two-goal game. The Beekmantown Eagles would look to continue their hot start with another home contest against the Lasalle Cadets in nonconference action. The Eagles would get off to a fast start as they would get two goals in the opening period and take the 2-0 lead. When the second period came around, they would continue their hot hand as they added another two goals, both coming from Sam Bingel to take the 4-0 lead into the third period. In the third period, the Eagles would not let up having the big lead headed in as they would get three more goals two coming from Zack LaPier and one from Louis Sweenor to secure the 7-0 win for the Eagles. With the win, the Eagles go to 2-0 on the season and are yet to give up a goal after two shutout victories. 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

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

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