Boys varsity Hockey 1-29-11

Marshall Maynard scored the first goal of the game for the Hornets on assists from CJ Worley and Joe Tolosky, while Tolosky added the second goal on an assist from John Anthony Fine-Lease.

Robbie Knowles made 25 saves.


Cody Gnass was called upon to make just eight saves as the Cougars scored a shutout win over South Glens Falls Jan. 21.

Bobby Marks sparked a second period where he scored an even strength and short-handed goal in the period on assists from Liam McDonough, Josh Rabideau and Matt Letourneau.

Marks also assisted on the first goal of the game along with Rabideau, which was scored by Reese Tucker on the power play. Zac Guay also added a goal in the third period on assists from Ben LeDuc and Dylan Bombardier.

PHS 5, Alexandria 3

Jake Tolosky scored the first two goals of the game for the Hornets as they went on to beat Alexandria Central Jan. 22.

CJ Worley added a goal and three assists from the Hornets, while Marshall Maynard and Alex Maston also scored goals. Robbie Knowles made 19 saves in the win.

Beekmantown 6,

Guilderland 0

Brandon and Frank Buska accounted for a total of two goals and two assists as the Eagles scored a shutout victory over Guilderland Jan. 22.

Brandon scored two goals for the Eagles, while Frank added two assists. Kody Rascoe, Corey Gonyea and Austin Bradish also scored.

Kyle McCarthy made 22 saves to earn the shutout.

NCCS 4, Tupper Lake 2

The Cougars scored three goals in the second period and then held on to beat the Lumberjacks Jan. 22.

Ben LeDuc opened the scoring in the third period on a power play goal assisted by Matt Letourneau and Liam McDonough, followed by a Nich Guay even strength goal assisted by Dylan Carter and a Letourneau goal assisted by Reese Tucker. All three goals were scored within the first 3:11 in the period.

Carter added the final goal of the game for the Cougars on assists from Tucker and McDonough, while Cody Gnass recorded 14 saves.

John Bujold and Robbie LaLonde scored unassisted goals for the Lumberjacks in the third period, while Marcus Richer turned aside 37 shots.

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