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CHAMPLAIN | The fourth seed Northeastern Clinton varsity boys basketball team jumped out to a 46-23 halftime lead in their Section VII/Class B quarterfinal against fifth seed Peru Wednesday, en route to a 68-42 win. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The Beekmantown boys varsity basketball team secured their share of the CVAC Division I title with a 78-75 win over Plattsburgh High Saturday. Read more

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SARANAC | The Saranac Chiefs and Beekmantown Eagles both went to 10-2 on the CVAC season, remaining tied for the Division I lead after the Chiefs scored a 69-57 win over Plattsburgh High and the Eagles a 57-37 win over Peru. Read more

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PERU | Trailing by one point at the half, the Northeastern Clinton boys varsity basketball team went off in the second 16 minutes, scoring 57 points while holding Peru to 28 in a 74-46 win Monday. Read more

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PORT HENRY | The second ranked Moriah boys varsity basketball team took the onside track to claiming the CVAC overall and Division II titles Wednesday, scoring a 68-52 win over Saranac. Read more

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PORT HENRY | The Moriah boys varsity basketball team found itself down 41-34 heading into the fourth quarter against AuSable Valley Friday. Read more

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CHAMPLAIN | Cody Lambert scored 18 points for the Northern Adirondack boys varsity basketball team as the Bobcats turned a 18-13 halftime deficit into a 46-43 win over Northeastern Clinton Tuesday. Read more

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CLINTONVILLE | Schroon Lake’s Andrew Pelkey moved into the top six of the Section VII boys career scoring list Monday, while Moriah’s Braden Swan moved with 33 points of being the next member of the 1,000 point club. Read more

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