Lake Placid girls varsity hockey player Brooke Reid (18) tries to get control of the puck against Beekmantown’s Amanda Kempainen during their Jan. 9 game at the 1932 Rink at the Lake Placid Olympic Center.
Schroon Lake 57, ELCS 52
Hunter Mowery scored 22 points to lead the Lions, while Charlie huttig scored 11, Tyler White 6, Andy Mitchell 4, Zach Pelletier 3 and Tim LaRock 2.
ELCS 62, Minerva/Newcomb 25
Hunter Mowery scored 20 points in the Lions win, with Justin LaPier adding 12, Andy Mitchell 10, Zac Noka-Bailey 5, Tyler White 5, Charlie Huttig 4, Zach Pelletier 4 and EZ Diemand 2.
ELCS 32, Schroon Lake 23
Lily Whalen scored 16 points to led the Lady Lions to victory, while Shonna Brooks scored 6, Jasmine Barnes 4, Clare Harwood 2, Savanah Graves 2 and Kearsten Ashline 2.
ELCS 58, Minerva/Newcomb 36
Lily Whalen scored 15 points, while Clare Harwood scored 10, Shonna Brooks 9, Savanah Graves 6, Kylee Cassavaugh 4, Jasmin Barnes 2 and Jenn McGinn 2.
Lake Placid Blue Bombers
Lake Placid 52, Westport 21
Logan Stephenson scored 18 points and Jacob Daniels added 17 as the Blue Bombers defeated the Eagles. Jacob Burns added 6 and Cody Porter 4. Evan Bickford, J.P. Morrison and Dave Lawrence each scored 2.
Lake Placid 49, Wells 41
Lake Placid forwards Jacob Daniels and Evan Bickford combined for 23 points and controlled the backboards just enough to power the Blue Bombers to a hard-fought 49-41 win over Wells on Jan. 6.
The Bombers’ aggressive defense throughout the game was a mixed blessing: Lake Placid pressed effectively, but also went over the team foul limit early in the fourth quarter, had two starters foul out, and gave Wells 17 shots from the charity stripe in the final stanza. The Indians were able to connect on just seven of those attempts, however, allowing Lake Placid to hold on for the win.
The Indians’ Jake Earley led all scorers with 18 points in the game, including eight from the foul line. Logan Stephenson tallied 11 for the Bombers.
- By Tim Follos
Beekmantown 5, Lake Placid 2
R.J. Reid and Keegan Barney scored goals for the Blue Bombers, while Jeffrey Smith made 18 saves. Ryan Meyer tallied an assist.
Beekmantown 45, Lake Placid 22
Danielle Balestrini scored 10 points for the Lady Blue Bombers, while Haley Brandes and Kelsey Taylor scored 4, Chloe Uebrick scored 2, Hannah Potter 1 and Sarah Kaltenbach 1.
Crown Point 40, Keene 18
Sadie Holbrook scored 7 points, while Olivia Jaques and Hannah McCabe scored 3, Patricia Auer and Tucker Geiger 2, and Anna Kowanko 1.
Chazy 42, Keene 23
Tucker Geiger scored 12 points for Keene, while Olivia Jaques scored 7, Emma Gothner 2 and Anna Kowanko 2.
AuSable Valley Patriots
AVCS 59, Saranac 43
Brody Douglass scored 29 points to lead the Patriots past the Chiefs, while Shane Douglas scored 11, John Hickey 8, Connor Manning 5, Nick Rhino 4 and Austin Depo 2.
AVCS 60, Seton Catholic 43
Brody Douglass and Connor Manning each scored 15 points in their win against the Knights. Nick Rhino added 10, Austin Depo 9, Shane Douglas 6, John Hickey 3 and Nate Casey 2.
AVCS 53, Malone 40
Hank McCormick scored wins in the 100 butterfly and 50 free, while Ricky Baer won in the 200 free and 100 free for the Patriots. Ben Ford, Dillon Drolette, Keirin Kilburn and Gavin Frederick also scored wins, while the team won in the 200 and 400 free relays.
Hank McCormick scored wins in the 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke as the Patriots beat Franklin Academy but lost to PHS.
Ti 6-4, AVCS 4-0
Mike McDonald rolled a 554 series and Josh Taylor a 502 series for the Patriot boys, while Kaitlyn Sousis had a 406 series for the girls.
AVCS 6-0, Chateaugay 4-4
Josh Taylor rolled a 542 series for the boys team in an win, while Marissa Prentiss had a 395 series.
Beekmantown 6-4, AVCS 4-0
Josh Taylor hot for a 554 series and Mike McDonlad rolled a 524 for the Patriot boys, while Kaitlyn Sousis had a 460 for the girls.
Saranac 42, AVCS 29
Alexis Facteau scored 8 points for the Lady Patriots, while Alexis Ryan added 6, Cammey Keyser 6, Haley Taylor 5, Meghan Strong 2 and Taylor Saltus 2.
AVCS 66, Seton Catholic 30
The trio of Meghan Strong, Alexis Facteau and Taylor Saltus each scored 14 points in the Lady Patriots win, while Madison Rondeau scored 8, Cammey Keyser 6, Sam Loreman 4, Alexias Ryan 2, Haley Taylor 2 and Sierra Snow 2.
Beekmantown 71, AVCS 15
Dylan Baker scored an 8-3 decision and Matt LaMere won in a 2-0 decision for the Patriots.
AVCS earns 31 points at Peru Classic
Matt LaMere wrestled into the finals of the Peru Classic, while Dylan Baker scored a fifth place victory.
Saranac Lake Red Storm
Ticonderoga 42, Saranac Lake 22
Ricky Schmidt scored 7 points for the Red Storm, while Ben Monty added 6, Kevin Morgan 4, Tom Lester 3 and Michael Burpoe 2.
Beekmantown 59, Saranac Lake 27
Kevin Morgan scored 15 points to pace the offense, while Ricky Schmidt scored 4, Ben Monty 3, Jamall Tuthill 2, Matt Clark 2 and Michael Burpoe 1.
Saranac Lake 38, Ticonderoga 28
Regan Kieffer led the Lady Red Storm with 13 points, while Megan Kilroy scored 7, Jazzmyn Tuthill 6, Megan Moody 5, Nicole Viscardo 5 and Remy Orticelle 2.
Beekmantown 52, Saranac Lake 29
Regan Kiefer had nine points to pace the Lady Red Storm, while Megan Moody and Nicole Voscardo scored 6, Megan Kilroy 4, Jazzmyn Tuthill 2 and Marissa McDonough 2.
Saranac Lake 4, Saranac 1
Grant Strack scored a pair of goals while Sean Wilcox and Devin Darrah also lit the lamp in a Red Storm win. Blake Darrah made 17 saves in net.
Northwood 7, Saranac Lake 5
Grant Strack netted a hat trick with three goals, hile Matt Phelan and Devin Darrah also scored goals. Darrah finished with a four-point night.
PHS 7. Saranac Lake 6, OT
Grant Strack scored a pair of golas while Sean Wilcox, Devin Darrah, Matt Phelan and Chris Spicer also tallied goals.
Potsdam 3, Saranac Lake 0
Katey Snyder made 35 saves for the Lady Red Storm.
Lake Placid 51, Westport 21
Jonathan Gay scored 8 points to pace the Eagles offense, while Ryan Davis added 7, Domanic Branish 5 and Gabe Schrauff 1.
Johnsburg 54, Westport 27
Jonathan Gay and Ryan Davis each scored 7 for the Eagles, while James Stone had 6, Ethan Markwica 2, Alex Steele 2, Gabe Schrauff 2 and Domanic Branish 1.
Westport 60, Johnsburg 16
Willa McKinley paced the Lady Eagles offense with 26 points, while Karlee McGee scored 9, Allison Sherman 8, Mallory Sudduth 4, Brendee Russell 4, Karin Dorsey 4, Emily French 3 and Felicia Kurth 2.
Tupper Lake Lumberjacks
SRC 3, Tupper Lake 0
Marcus Richer made 37 saves for the Lumberjacks, who were unable to convert on 13 shots on net.
The Lady Lumberjacks scored a 47-22 victory over Parishville-Hopkinton Jan. 6.
Tupper Lake 64, P-H 46
Morgan Stevens scored 21 points to lead the Lumberjacks offense, while Mitch Keniston added 13, Jordan Garrow 10, Colton Clark 8, Tim Larkin 5, Nich Bourbeau 4, Garrett Planty 2 and Nick Boushie 1.
Willsboro 56, Chazy 41
Brandon Bertrand scored 19 points and Clay Sherman added 18 as the Warriors scored a win over the Eagles. Cody Sayward scored 9, while Clayton Cross added 5, Will Shaffer 3 and Brandon Porter 2.
Willsboro 74, Indian/Long Lake 33
Clay Sherman scored 23 points for the Warriors, while Brandon Bertrand scored 12, Clayton Cross 10, Dakota Sayward 8, John Hubbard 6, Brandon Porter 5, Will Shaffer 5 and Cody Sayward 5.
Willsboro 8-4, Moriah 2-0
Jeff Bigelow rolled a 492 for the boys and Alyson Arnold added a 395 series for the girls, with Gab Yeager adding a 394 series.
Willsboro 6-1, NCCS 4-3
Dakota Latford had a 610 series to pace the Warrior boys team, whilke Jeff Bigelow added a 541. Alyson Arnold had a 416 series for the girls, while Gabi Yeager added a 407.
Chazy 38, Willsboro 34
Hannah Bruno paced the Lady Warriors with 15 points, while Amanda Mahoney scored 8, Serene Holland 7, Renee Marcotte 2 and Kyli Swires 2.
Indian/Long Lake 42, Willsboro 19
Hannah Bruno scored 10 points, while Serene Holland scored 5 and Kyli Swires added 4.