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January 21, 2013

Huskies take down Hornets in OT in boys' hockey

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PLATTSBURGH —

Third period- 7, CC, Casgrove (McMillan), :22. 8, Sar, Lilledahl (Recore, Uliva), 14:24. 9, Sar, McCasland (Erickson, Archambault), 14:56.

Shots: Churchville Chili 43, Saranac 22.

Saves: K. Wood, CC, 19. Lareau, Sar, 37.

 

Islanders 3, Saranac Lake 2

OGDENSBURG — A day after losing a tough overtime game to host Ogdensburg Free Academy, the Red Storm lost another tough one.

Zach Walti’s goal with 58 seconds remaining in the third period lifted the Islanders to a win in the Brian Wade Memorial Hockey Tournament.

“It was a tough one to lose today,” said Saranac Lake coach Will Ellsworth. “We had some of our second line players come down with the flu overnight and didn’t even dress today.

“The less experienced players played well and competed. We’re just not getting any breaks right now.”

Sean Shepard and Kyle Delaney also scored goals for the Islanders.

Grant Strack tallied both goals for Saranac Lake, the first assisted by Chris Spicer and the second by Bradley Shumway.

Strack’s second goal came midway through the third period, at 8:28, and tied the contest at 2-all.

Justin Farmer turned aside 26 shots in net for the Red Storm (3-4-4), who were outshot by a 29-22 margin.

Islanders 3, Saranac Lake 2

Saranac Lake 1 0 1 — 2

Islanders 1 1 1 — 3

First period- 1, Isl, ppg Shepard (Dier), 3:35. 2, SL, Strack (Spicer), 5:07.

Second period- 3, Isl, Delaney (McCabe), 4:01.

Third period- 4, SL, Strack (Shumway), 8:28. 5, Isl, Walti (Morgan), 14:02.

Shots: Islanders 29, Saranac Lake 22.

Saves: Kearns, Isl, 20. Farmer, SL, 26.

Girls

Beekmantown 3, Skaneateles 1

SKANEATELES — Amanda Peterson’s goal at 5:06 of the first period put the Eagles ahead to stay.

Katie Matott added a short-handed goal at 1:13 of the second and Kinnan Latremore closed out Beekmantown’s scoring at 10:28 of the second.

Riley Donahue tallied the lone Skaneateles goal, which cut the hosts’ deficit to 2-1 at 8:01 of the second.

Both teams took 18 shots on goal and Kayleigh Bell stopped 17 of those in net for the Eagles.

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