Boys varsity hockey

Lake Placid 5, Saranac 1

Dustin Jacques scored twice while Dylan Smith scored once and assisted on three goals in the second period as the Blue Bombers scored a victory Feb. 8.

Dillon Savage and Eddie Kane also scored for the Bombers, while Smith finished with an additional assist for a five point night. Brady Hayes made 10 saves.

Saranac's Joey Bridgeman scored the opening goal of the game, while Zach Leareau made 20 saves.

Beekmantown 4, NCCS 1

Four different Eagles scored goals as Beekmantown clinched the CVAC title against the Cougars Feb. 9.

Nathan Foster, Cole Carter, Austin Bradish and Brenden Carnright scored goals for the Eagles, while Bobby Marks scored for the Cougars.

Kyle McCarthy made 25 saves in the win, while Cody Gnass turned aside 29 shots.

Saranac Lake 5, PHS 4, OT

Devin Darrah scored just over three minutes into the extra period as the Red Storm scored an overtime win over the Hornets Feb. 9.

For Darrah, the overtime tally was his third of the game, while Matt Phelan and Pat McHugh scored to add to Darrah's hat trick.

Dan Curtain, Marshall Maynard, Jack Tolosky and Joe Tolosky each scored for the Hornets, while Robbie Knowles made 24 saves for the Hornets.

Blake Darrah made 26 saves for the Red Storm.

N-NCS 4, PHS 3

The Hornets kept pace with Norwood-Norfolk for the first two periods, but had no answer for a third period goal Feb. 11.

Brett Burdo scored the first two goals of the game to give the Hornets a 2-0 lead. After falling behind, 3-2, Eric Bechard evened the score in the second period.

Robbie Knowles made 29 saves for the Hornets.

Beekmantown 5, Saranac 2

Frank Buska tallied a four point night with a hat trick and helper as the Eagles scored a win against the Chiefs Feb. 12.

Buska scored a pair of goals in the opening period and his third to open scoring in the third, while assisting on a Cole Carter goal. Brenden Carnright also scored for the Eagles, while Nate Haber and Matt McCasland scored for the Chiefs.

Kyle McCarthy and Allan Bray combined to make 12 saves in the win, while Dustin Plumadore made 47 saves for the Chiefs.

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