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Section 7/10 Challenge: Beekmantown Eagles Vs Brushton-Moria Panthers December 28 2013

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Kyle Coryea

Beekmantown's Greg Manney (32) with the fadeaway jumper in the corner. It would be the first game of the 2013 edition of the Section 7/10 Challenge with the Beekmantown Eagles and the Brushton-Moria Panthers facing off at Plattsburgh. It would be a tight game for most of other than a run that the Eagles went on in the second half extending it to a 17 point lead. The Panthers would do there best to come back although it would fall short. As the Eagles would get the 56-49 victory with the win the Eagles fo to 2-4 while the Panthers fall to 3-3 on the season. Gallery

NYSPHSAA Boys Basketball Section 7/10 Challenge: Section 7/10 Challenge Malone Huskies Vs Saranac Chiefs December 28 2013

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Kyle Coryea

Saranac's Kaleb Keysor (24) drives the lane and draws the contact as he takes flight for the layup basket. In the last of five games in the Challenge it would be the Malone Huskies and Saranac Chiefs from the Plattsburgh State Field House. This would be a half-court game with defenses stepping up to keep their team in the contest after the first half the Huskies would have 24-19 lead on the Chiefs. In the second half the offenses would find some more space and the Huskies would win the half 33-24 to secure the 57-43 win. With the win Huskies go to 7-1 while the Chiefs fall to 3-4 on the season. Gallery

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Kyle Coryea

Malone's Alex Johnson (15) extends out and grabs the defensive rebound and starts the breakout. Gallery

Section 7/10 Challenge Malone Huskies Vs Saranac Chiefs December 28 2013

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Kyle Coryea

Malone's Zach Raymond (20) takes flight in the lane and draws the contact from Saranac's John Mayne (22) for the basket. In the last of five games in the Challenge it would be the Malone Huskies and Saranac Chiefs from the Plattsburgh State Field House. This would be a half-court game with defenses stepping up to keep their team in the contest after the first half the Huskies would have 24-19 lead on the Chiefs. In the second half the offenses would find some more space and the Huskies would win the half 33-24 to secure the 57-43 win. With the win Huskies go to 7-1 while the Chiefs fall to 3-4 on the season. Gallery

#11 Chateaugay Bulldogs Vs Parishville-Hopkinton Panthers February 4 2013

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Kyle Coryea

Chateaugay's Matt Swanston (11) wins the opening tip of the game with the tip forward to start the offense. The Chateaugay Bulldogs would host the Parishville-Hopkinton Panthers in Section X East Division action as part of Senior Night. The Bulldogs would get off to a quick start as they would have a 21-5 lead after the first quarter. In the second quarter they would outscore the Panthers 23-3 and take a 44-8 lead at intermission. In the second half it would be more of the same as the Bulldogs would score the Panthers 17-3 and cruise to the 61-11 victory. In the winning effort Devin Barnes would lead the way with 10 points. Coach Mike mMartin would like to thank all the senoirs for the time and commitment to the program over the years. With the win the Bulldogs go to 13-4 on the season. Gallery

Chateaugay Bulldogs Vs #12 Madrid-Waddington Yellow Jackets January 4 2013

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Kyle Coryea

Chateaugay's Noah Bowes (32) lays it up of the window in the mist of heavy track for the basket for two of his thirteen points. The Chateaugay Bulldogs host the Madrid-Waddington Yellow Jackets in section ten action. The game would be a rematch of last years section ten class d championship game and it would deffenately live up to the billing. The game would get very physical at times. When the first quarter would come to end they would be tied 7-7. In the second quarter the Bulldog defense would step as they would win the quarter 16-9 and take the 23-16 lead into the locker room. When the teams would return for the third quarter the intenity would remain and the Bulldogs would remain and the Bulldogs would get the quarter 14-9 and take the 37-25 into the fourth. In the fourth quarter the offenses would come alive and the Yellow Jackets would get it 22-19 but the Bulldogs would hold on for the 56-47 victory. In the the winning effort Devan Barnes would lead the way with fifteen points as the Bulldogs improve to 6-3 on the season. Gallery

NYSPHSAA Boys Basketball Chateaugay Bulldogs Vs Northern Adirondack Bobcats December 29 2012

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Kyle Coryea

Chateaugay's Chad Slater (23) dives after the loose ball and comes up with the steal. Chateaugay's former Coach Ron Boyea is honored before the game for his 21 years of service as a varsity basketball coach. He would be receive a plaque with many accomplishments and around 50 former players would come back to celebrate with him. The Chateaugay Bulldogs would host the Northern Adirondack Bobcats in non-league action. The Bulldogs would actually hold the Bobcats scoreless in the first quarter and lead 10-0 after the first. Then in the second quarter, the Bulldogs would outscore the Bobcats 15-4 to take 29-4 lead into the half. Then in the third quarter, the Bulldogs would outscore them 17-7 and take a 46-11 lead into the fourth. In the 4th quarter, the Bobcats would actually cut into the lead by outscoring the Bulldogs 13-8. Although the Bulldogs would hold on to for the 54-24 win. In the winning effort, Noah Bowes would lead the way with fifteen points. With the win, the Bulldogs go to 5-3 on the season. Gallery

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Chateaugay's Tyler Martin (13) drives through the contact on the drive from the three-point line to the basket. Gallery

Chateaugay Bulldogs Vs Northern Adirondack Bobcats December 29 2012

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Kyle Coryea

Chateaugay's former Coach Ron Boyea is honored before the game for his 21 years of service as a varsity basketball coach. He would be received a plaque with many accomplishments and around 50 former players would come back to celebrate with him. The Chateaugay Bulldogs would host the Northern Adirondack Bobcats in non-league action. The Bulldogs would actually hold the Bobcats scoreless in the first quarter and lead 10-0 after the first. Then in the second quarter, the Bulldogs would outscore the Bobcats 15-4 to take 29-4 lead into the half. Then in the third quarter, the Bulldogs would outscore them 17-7 and take a 46-11 lead into the fourth. In the 4th quarter, the Bobcats would actually cut into the lead by outscoring the Bulldogs 13-8. Although the Bulldogs would hold on to for the 54-24 win. In the winning effort, Noah Bowes would lead the way with fifteen points. With the win, the Bulldogs go to 5-3 on the season. Gallery

NYSPHSAA Boys Basketball Chateaugay Bulldogs Vs Peru Indians December 15 2012

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Kyle Coryea

Chateaugay's Seth Young (14) with the floater in the lane. The Chateaugay Bulldogs would host the Peru Indians in a non-league contest. The Bulldogs would do there best to hold it close although the size and strength of the Indians would prove to be too much as the Indians would get the 59-42 win. The times would be tied at twelve after the first quarter. The Indians would start to pull away in the 2nd quarter and take the 26-19 lead at the break. The Bulldogs would do there best to hold it close in the 3rd quarter as the Indians would have a 40-34 lead going into the fourth. In the fourth quarter, the Indians would just prove to be too much as they cruise to the 59-42 victory. With the loss, the Bulldogs fall to 1-3 on the season. In the losing effort, Chad Slater would lead the way with twelve points. Gallery

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Chateaugay's Noah Bowes with the layup in traffic for two of his six points on the night. Gallery

Chateaugay Bulldogs Vs Peru Indians December 15 2012

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Kyle Coryea

Chateaugay's Jake English (10) glides underneath the basket for reserve layup in the traffic. The Chateaugay Bulldogs would host the Peru Indians in a non-league contest. The Bulldogs would do there best to hold it close although the size and strength of the Indians would prove to be to much as the Indians would get the 59-42 win. The times would be tied at twelve after the first quarter. The Indians would start to pull away in the 2nd quarter and take the 26-19 lead at the break. The Bulldogs would do there best to hold it close in the 3rd quarter as the Indians would have a 40-34 lead going into the fourth. In the fourth quarter, the Indians would just prove to be too much as they cruise to the 59-42 victory. With the loss, the Bulldogs fall to 1-3 on the season. In the losing effort, Chad Slater would lead the way with twelve points. Gallery

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