High School Sports


Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference announces scholar athletes

The Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference (MVAC) announced Scholar Athletes for the 2014 Spring Sports Season.

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What happens when you breed lions with eagles?

As the Elizabethtown-Lewis and Westport school districts move towards merging their boys varsity and girls modified soccer teams, state guidance on shared services remains unclear.

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Peru baseball defeats AuSable Valley | The Week In Sports

Pitching for Peru, Andy Kneussle registered 14 strikeouts to lead his team to 15-0 defeat over the AuSable Valley baseball team on May 20.

Crown Point baseball beats Westport | The Week In Sports

The Crown Point baseball team defeated Westport 16-10 on May 13, in a continuation of a game that began April 24 but was called because of darkness.

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Schroon Lake baseball thrashes Westport | The Week in Sports

he Wildcats baseball team defeated the Eagles 6-3 on May 5.

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Saranac Lake golfers beat AuSable Valley | The Week In Sports

In Champlain Valley Athletic Conference, Ethan Sawyer and Dustin Fischer both shot a 38 in Saranac Lake’s 4-2 defeat of AuSable Valley on April 28.

MVAC announces scholar athletes

The Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference (MVAC) announces Scholar Athletes for the 2014 Winter Sports Season.

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All Valley boys 2013-14

The 2013-14 All Valley Boys Varsity Basketball team

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The 2013-14 girl's All Valley Team

2013-14 girl's All Valley Team

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Tanneberger Tournament marks 35 years

The 35th Annual Dr. Thomas Tanneberger Alumni Basketball Tournament will take place Saturday, March 15, with games starting at 1 p.m. featuring teams comprised of alumni from the school.

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Baker, Rivers ousted at state wrestling meet

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For AuSable Valley wrestlers Dylan Baker and Kenny Rivers, the NYSPHSAA state wrestling tournament Feb. 28 will be chalked up as a learning experience.

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Moriah Vikings win Section 7 Class D Boys Championship

Moriah Vikings beat the Westport Eagles to win the Section 7 Class D Championship in boy’s high school basketball Saturday at the Plattsburgh State Field house. After a very slow first start to the game for both teams, Moriah went on a 7-0 run forcing Westport Coach Ike Tyler to call a timeout.

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Westport to face Moriah for Class D boys title

Westport (15-5), trailing 31-29 entering the final eight minutes, scored the first four points of the quarter and went on a 12-3 run that spanned the first six minutes in scoring a 48-41 win Feb. 26.

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ELCS, Moriah advance to D finals

The Lions used a 13-7 second quarter to extend an early lead to 27-20 at the half and held off a couple of Keene surges in the second half to keep the lead.

Savage hockey all star

Briana Savage, a student at AuSable Valley High School