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Champlain Valley Athletic Conference season starts with Coaches v. Cancer fundraising challenge

Lake Placid’s Danielle Balestrini tries to drive to the basket against Cammey Keyser of AuSable Valley. The Lady Patriots beat the Lady Blue Bombers 50-30 in the opening game of the Coaches v. Cancer CVAC Challenge.

Lake Placid’s Danielle Balestrini tries to drive to the basket against Cammey Keyser of AuSable Valley. The Lady Patriots beat the Lady Blue Bombers 50-30 in the opening game of the Coaches v. Cancer CVAC Challenge. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

— In the finale, Conor Casey scored 13 points and Tim Remillard added 10 as the Indians boys team scored a 48-32 win over the Hornets. Ethan Votraw scored 12 points for PHS.

On Saturday, action started with a pair of games featuring Saranac and Saranac Lake, with the Chiefs sweeping the games by scores of 68-24 (girls) and 46-30 (boys).

In the girls game, Stephanie Linder started the season with a 26-point game, while Victoria Phaneuf added 19 points for the Chiefs and Nicole Viscardo led the Red Storm with 11 points. In the boys game, Jeremy Bullis had 13 points to lead the Chiefs, while Kellen Munn added 15 for the Red Storm.

The Ticonderoga Sentinels and Seton Catholic Knights were next on the court, as the Lady Knights scored a 43-37 win and the Sentinel boys scored a 31-24 win.

Kelli Ryan scored 18 points and Kate Schofield added 16 for the Lady Knights, while Eddie Larrow scored nine points for the boys team.

In the final two games, freshman standout Shannon Ryan scored 38 points as the Beekmantown Lady Eagles scored a 56-41 victory over the Northeastern Clinton Lady Cougars. Skyler Hebert scored 10 points for the Cougars.

In the finale, Rob Armstrong scored the final two of his 11 points with just 1.3 seconds on the clock as the Cougars scored a 48-47 win over the Eagles. Mike Manor added 10 points for the Cougars, while Keegan Ryan scored 32 points for the Eagles.

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