NCCS 5, Saranac 1
After the Chiefs took a 1-0 lead in the second period, the Cougars scored the next five goals to earn the victory Dec. 29.
Jeff Kurz scored the opening goal of the game for Saranac on an assist from Tyler Aubin.
After that, it was all Northeastern Clinton in the scoring column, as Bobby Marks scored the first and fifth goals of the game for the Cougars, off assists from Matt Letourneau, Mason Letourneau, Dylan Carter and Ben LeDuc.
Carter added a goal off an assist from LeDuc in the second period, while Nick Guay opened the scoring in the third period on an unassisted goal and Jordan LeMere scored off an assist from Carter.
Zach Lareau made 36 saves for Saranac, while Cody Knass netted the victory with 13 saves.
PHS 4, Alexandria Bay 2
The Hornets scored two goals in both the second and third period to rally for a victory Dec. 29.
Kyle Carpenter opened the scoring for the Hornets after falling behind 1-0 in the first period off assists from Jack Tolosky and Robbie Knowles. C.J. Worley then scored a short-handed goal to level the game at 2-2 heading into the third period.
Jack Tolosky then scored a power play goal to open scoring in the third period off assists from Joe Tolosky and Carpenter, while Brett Burdo scored an empty net goal off an assist from Worley.
Knowles, along with an assist, collected 24 saves in the win.
St. Lawrence 6, PHS 2
After rallying to tie the game at 1-1 and 2-2, the Hornets saw St. Lawrence score the next four goals in a loss Dec. 30. Marshall Maynard scored the first goal of the game for the Hornets on an assist from Anthony Panetti early in the second period, while Jack Tolosky netted the other goal. Joe Tolosky added an assist.
Robbie Knowles recorded 24 saves.
QHS 9, Beekmantown 0
Queensbury scored five goals in the first period on their way to victory over Beekmantown Dec. 30.
Kyle McCarthy and Allan Bray combined to make 19 saves for the Eagles in the loss.
GFHS 3, Beekmantown 1
Cole Carter scored the lone goal of the game for the Eagles in a loss to the Indians Dec. 29.
Carter was assisted by Austin Bradish on the score, while Kyle McCarthy had 19 saves.