Press-Republican

October 2, 2013

Eagles knock Chiefs from unbeaten ranks


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SARANAC — Beekmantown took five of the top 10 spots to capture three victories Tuesday, including handing Saranac its first loss of the season, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys’ cross country.

The Eagles picked up wins over the Chiefs, Plattsburgh and Peru.

Colin Quackenbush (17:18) took third to lead Beekmantown. Jon Graziane (17:24) grabbed fourth, Everett Sapp (17:58) nabbed sixth, Cory Couture (18:07) placed eighth and Jordan West (18:08) finished ninth.

Saranac went 2-1 on the afternoon with wins against the Hornets and the Indians.

Zach LaPage (16:56) captured second for the Chiefs. Sean Tyrell (17:52) was fifth), Chad Dashnaw (17:58) took seventh and Justin Liechty (18:20) grabbed 10th.

Jeriqho Gadway captured first in a time of 15:58 to lead Plattsburgh to a win over Peru. Ethan Feazelle paced the Indians with a time of 19:27.

Westport’s Jonathan Gay (18:33) finished 11th.

The Indians kept pace with Seton Catholic near the top of the standings with three victories in the girls’ race.

Peru defeated Beekmantown, Saranac and Plattsburgh.

Maria Remillard took first with a time of 20:36, while Abby Adams (21:01) came in second. Megah Mazzella (21:20) grabbed fourth, Shauna Fliss (21:23) was fifth and Cheyanne Dobozy (21:31) finished in seventh.

Elysha O’Connell (21:04) finished third in the race to help the Chiefs pickup wins over the Hornets and the Eagles.

Abby Cerne (21:27) finished in sixth, while Faith Haley (21:51) took 10th.

Rachel Kashorek (21:33) paced Beekmantown with an eighth-place finish. Plattsburgh’s Claire Deshaies (21:45) took ninth.

The Hornets grabbed a win over the Eagles by a tiebreaker. Plattsburgh had a sixth runner finish before Beekmantown.

Boys

Beekmantown 25, Saranac 30

Beekmantown 20, Plattsburgh 43

Beekmantown 15, Peru 50

Saranac 20, Plattsburgh 35

Saranac 15, Peru 48

Plattsburgh 18, Peru 42

Top 20 runners

1, Gadway, (PHS) 15:58. 2, LaPage (Sar), 16:56. 3, Quackenbush, (Beek) 17:18. 4, Graziane, (Beek), 17:24. 5, Tyrell, (Sar), 17:52. 6, Sapp, (Beek), 17:58. 7, Dashnaw, (Sar), 17:58. 8, C. Couture, (Beek), 18:07. 9, J. West, (Beek), 18:08. 10, Liechty, (Sar), 18:20. 11, Gay, (West), 18:33. 12, Wade, (Sar), 18:54. 13, M. West, (Beek), 19:00. 14, B. Couture, (Beek), 19:06. 15, Cota, (PHS), 19:12. 16, Sullivan, (Beek), 19:15. 17, Bova, (Sar), 19:19. 18, Matthew, (PHS), 19:20. 19, Rock, (Beek), 19:24. 20, Feazelle, (Peru), 19:27.

Girls

Peru 19, Saranac 36

Peru 15, Beekmantown 45

Peru 15, Plattsburgh 47

Saranac 19, Beekmantown 41

Saranac 18, Plattsburgh 44

Plattsburgh 28, Beekmantown 28*

(PHS wins tiebreaker)

Top 20 runners

1, Remillard, (Peru), 20:36. 2, A. Adams, (Peru), 21:01. 3, O’Connell, (Sar) 21:04. 4, Mazzella, (Peru), 21:20. 5, Fliss, (Peru), 21:23. 6, Cerne, (Sar), 21:27. 7, Dobozy, (Peru), 21:31. 8, Kashorek, (Beek), 21:33. 9, Deshaies, (PHS), 21:45. 10, F. Haley, (Sar), 21:51. 11, Barber, (Sar) 22:35. 12, Stitt, (Beek), 22:43. 13, Manor, (Sar) 22:53. 14, Miner, (Sar), 22:57. 15, L. Adams, (Peru), 23:12. 16, Graziane, (Beek) 23:16. 17, Baker, (PHS), 23:17. 18, Strong, (Sar), 23:43. 19, L. Haley, (Sar), 24:08. 20, Durocher, (Peru), 24:17.

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Ti boys, Saranac Lake girls win two

LAKE PLACID — The Sentinels had five of the top 10 finishers as they captured a pair of wins over the Blue Bombers and the Red Storm in the boys’ race.

Ticonderoga’s Shawn Silliman took first overall with a time of 18:21. Teammate Tyler Beldon crossed in second with a time of 18:38. Jacob Young (19:38) took fourth, while Coleman Granger (20:06) was sixth and Martin Glazer (20:17) took eighth.

Karl Schulz helped Lake Placid defeat Saranac Lake with a third-place finish in a time of 18:39. Trent White (20:16) finished seventh, while Forest Ledger (20:18) and Scott Schulz (21:07) went ninth and 10th, respectively.

Zane Pelleteri (19:44) paced the Red Storm with a fifth-place finish.

The Red Storm took two victories in the girls’ race.

Lake Placid’s Nina Armstrong and Gabby Armstrong crossed the line first in a time of 22:46. Ticonderoga’s Naomi Forkas (23:32) took third.

Saranac Lake took the next six positions, led by Sophie Theorn (24:14) in fourth place. Johanna Mohrs (24:19), Grace Sullivan (24:29), Jacinda Riggs (26:20), Caroline Dodd (26:46) and Jackie Garso (27:41) finished fifth-through-ninth.

Boys

Lake Placid 19, Saranac Lake 39

Ticonderoga 19, Lake Placid 36

Ticonderoga 17, Saranac Lake 44

Top 15 runners

1, Silliman (T), 18:21. 2, Beldon (T), 18:38. 3, K. Schulz (LP), 18:39. 4, Young (T), 19:38. 5, Pelleteri (SL), 19:44. 6, Granger (T), 20:06. 7, White (LP), 20:16. 8, Glazer (T), 20:17. 9, Ledger (LP), 20:18. 10, S. Schulz (LP), 21:07. 11, Rissberger (LP), 21:08. 12, Paul (SL), 21:13. 13, Saulpaugh (LP), 21:18. 14, Cook (T), 21:56. 15, Parrot (T), 22:23.

Girls

Saranac Lake 15, Lake Placid 50

Saranac Lake 15, Ticonderoga 50

Top 12 runners

1, tie, N. Armstrong (LP) and G. Armstrong (LP), 22:46. 3, Forkas (T), 23:32. 4, Theorn (SL), 24:14. 5, Mohrs (SL), 24:19. 6, Sullivan (SL), 24:29. 7, Riggs (SL), 26:20. 8, Dodd (SL), 26:46. 9, Garso (SL), 27:41. 10, Shakeshaft (T), 29:15. 11, Roy (LP), 31:13. 12, Paul (SL), 33:28.

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Seton Catholic sweeps

CHAMPLAIN — The Knights stayed perfect during the season with wins over the Cougars and the Patriots in the girls’ race.

Seton Catholic took the top four spots, and five out of the top six, led by Margaret Champagne’s victory in a time of 20:03.

Ashley Leta (20:10) took second, Melissa Whyman (21:28) was third and Sofia DeJordy (22:20) finished in fourth. Maddy Munn (25:16) took the sixth spot.

Samantha Smith took fifth place in a time of 22:36 to help lead Northeastern Clinton over AuSable Valley.

Rachel Arless (26:12) grabbed seventh and Lauren White (28:07) finished seventh and 10th, respectively, for the Cougars.

Rachel Ford paced the Patriots with an eighth-place finish in a time of 26:24. Emily Patenaude (27:17) took ninth.

Seton Catholic took the top two spots to grab a pair of victories.

Evan Page crossed first in a time of 17:15, while Caleb Moore (19:04) came in second. Mathieu Cote (19:44) grabbed fifth and Steven Murray (20:22) took seventh.

Brandon Ruoccos’ time of 19:19 was good for third place as AuSable Valley defeated Northestern Clinton.

Alex Wilson (20:54) finished in eighth, while Austin Smith (21:22) rounded out the top 10.

Anthony Piche (19:41) led the way for the Cougars with a fourth-place finish. Spencer Parsons (20:15) crossed in sixth, while Gavin Racine (21:02) took ninth.

Boys

AuSable Valley 27, Northeastern Clinton 28

Seton Catholic 22, Northeastern Clinton 34

Seton Catholic 21, AuSable Valley 34

Top 15 runners

1, Page (SC), 17:15. 2, Moore (SC), 19:04. 3, Ruocco (AVC), 19:19. 4, Piche (NCCS), 19:41. 5, Cote (SC), 19:44. 6, Parsons (NCCS), 20:15. 7, Murray (SC), 20:22. 8, Wilson (AVC), 20:54. 9, Racine (NCCS), 21:02. 10, Smith (AVC), 21:22. 11, Ducharme (AVC), 21:36. 12, Capito (NCCS), 23:06. 13, Pellerin (SC), 25:27 14, Guynup (AVC), 25:49. 15, VanHerp (SC), 23:59.

Girls

Northeastern Clinton 15, AuSable Valley 50

Seton Catholic 16, Northeastern Clinton 39

Seton Catholic 15, AuSable Valley 50

Top 15 runners

1, Champagne (SC), 20:03. 2, Leta (SC), 20:10. 3, Whyman (SC), 21:28. 4, DeJordy (SC), 22:20. 5, Smith (NCCS), 22:36. 6, Munn (SC), 25:16. 7, Arless (NCCS), 26:12. 8, Ford (AVC), 26:24. 9, Patenaude (AVC), 27:17. 10, L. White (NCCS), 28:07. 11, Jarvis(NCCS), 28:27. 12, Malskis (AVC), 30:12. 13, Russom (AVC), 30:28. 14, Gosselin(NCCS), 32:23. 15, K. White (NCCS), 32:38.