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It was a strong weekend for the hockey program at Northwood School.

The school’s boys and girls prep hockey teams won their own championships in Massachusetts this past weekend.

The Northwood girls hockey team is seen here at the Theodore L. Iorio Arena on the Cushing Academy campus in Ashburnham, Massachusetts after winning the Edward G. Watkins Invitational hockey tournament on Saturday. (Provided photo)

It was a strong weekend for the hockey program at Northwood School.

The school’s boys and girls prep hockey teams won their own championships in Massachusetts this past weekend.

Both teams completed sweeps on their opponents to win their trophies.

The Northwood girls were named champions for the Edward J. Watkins Promo Hockey Championship, while the boys’ prep team won the St. Sebastian Hockey League.

After the girls won their first two games by defeating Berkshire School and the tournament’s host team, Cushing Academy, with identical results from 3-0, the team dominated Winchendon School 7-2.

In the final, the girls defeated Deerfield Academy 5-2 on Saturday to claim the crown.

The Northwood Prep Boys’ Team has had the same success.

The Prep beat both Rivers School and College of St Andrews 3-1, before defeating Brunswick School 3-2 on Sunday to win the championship.

LAKE PLACID To say the Lake Placid girls’ basketball team has been shining lately would be an understatement.

The Blue Bombers claimed their fourth straight victory when they beat Wales Indians 51-20 at home on Thursday.

In each of the last four wins, Lake Placid has dominated, winning by seven or more points against its opponents.

Blue Bombers coach Jeff Potter attributed the success of the early season to good teamwork and the team’s height.

“Our height is what makes us rebounds and rebounds bounce,” Potter said. “Julia Crawford has had three great games. Only height has been the difference in all those victories.”

Lake Placid had a great balance in attack, with nine players scoring a point in the win.

“We improved every game. Wales was little. I wanted our team to play together. Start doing better. I think we did that a little bit tonight,” Potter said. “It was great, I was just looking at the book. It was a well-balanced recording, which is great. Everyone contributes, and that’s great. Height is clearly our friend.”

Crawford led 10 points to lead the blue bombers in scoring. Arnita Cecunjanin also played a big role in Thursday’s win. Sekonjanin almost scored a double with nine points and 10 rebounds.

The pair helped Lake Placid jump to the top spot early on. With the Blue Bombers leading 26-8 in the first half, the team never looked back, scoring 25 points in the second half to claim the win.

Lake Placid put on a solid defensive performance as well. Led by Abby Light’s three heists, the team scored six steals and three blocks. Light put in a solid all-around performance with eight points, three assists and two rebounds.

Katie Corsen also scored six points and four rebounds. Kira Gordon and Juliana Marvin both had strong nights on the glass. Jordan had seven rebounds, while Marvin had five.

The Blue Bombers are now 4-1 on the season. On Friday, the team was scheduled to play the Plattsburgh Hornets 1-3.

“Obviously it will be a tough competition. So we will really see where we are,” Potter said. “I look at these games outside the league where we just need to go out, compete, execute and do things well. The gains and losses will take care of themselves. As long as we do that I’m happy.”

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At right, Lake Placid’s Abbey Light looks to make a pass with a Wells defender on her during Thursday’s game. (Enterprise photo — Parker O’Brien)

LAKE PLACID To say the Lake Placid girls’ basketball team has been shining lately would be an understatement.

The Blue Bombers claimed their fourth straight victory when they beat Wales Indians 51-20 at home on Thursday.

In each of the last four wins, Lake Placid has dominated, winning by seven or more points against its opponents.

Blue Bombers coach Jeff Potter attributed the success of the early season to good teamwork and the team’s height.

“Our height is what makes us rebounds and rebounds bounce,” Potter said. “Julia Crawford has had three great games. Only height has been the difference in all those victories.”

Lake Placid had a great balance in attack, with nine players scoring a point in the win.

“We improved every game. Wales was little. I wanted our team to play together. Start doing better. I think we did that a little bit tonight,” Potter said. “It was great, I was just looking at the book. It was a well-balanced recording, which is great. Everyone contributes, and that’s great. Height is clearly our friend.”

Crawford led 10 points to lead the blue bombers in scoring. Arnita Cecunjanin also played a big role in Thursday’s win. Sekonjanin almost scored a double with nine points and 10 rebounds.

The pair helped Lake Placid jump to the top spot early on. With the Blue Bombers leading 26-8 in the first half, the team never looked back, scoring 25 points in the second half to claim the win.

Lake Placid put on a solid defensive performance as well. Led by Abby Light’s three heists, the team scored six steals and three blocks. Light put in a solid all-around performance with eight points, three assists and two rebounds.

Katie Corsen also scored six points and four rebounds. Kira Gordon and Juliana Marvin both had strong nights on the glass. Jordan had seven rebounds, while Marvin had five.

The Blue Bombers are now 4-1 on the season. On Friday, the team was scheduled to play the Plattsburgh Hornets 1-3.

“Obviously it will be a tough competition. So we will really see where we are,” Potter said. “I look at these games outside the league where we just need to go out, compete, execute and do things well. The gains and losses will take care of themselves. As long as we do that I’m happy.”

Aidan Rib reached out to a mentor for him and his school, Paul Smith College.

Rip, a sophomore from Clacket, Minnesota, will take part in the US Olympic team trials at the Nordic Combined in Lake Placid on Christmas Eve.

Rip, a competitor from the combined Nordic nations, qualified in Beijing, China in the Continental Cup event held on December 4-5. The event was a pre-Olympic test for the venue in Zhangjiakou District, Zhongli. The Winter Olympics start in just eight weeks.

“This has been one of the most experimental journeys of my career,” said Rip, a 4.0 student in biology. “Despite the challenges of traveling, I was able to draw on my training and skills that I learned at Paul Smith College to get the results I needed.”

At the trials, Rip hopes to give himself and his school the greatest gift, the nomination for Team USA. If that starts to pay off, he’ll be the first college Olympian.

“It is a pleasure to see an athlete training for two years without competition and to have the opportunity and perform to his best potential,” Matt Dougherty, coach of Paul Smith at Nordic College, said in a statement. “It’s very difficult for an athlete to train and be competitive at any time while waiting for the opportunity, but Aidan has been hardworking and patient in his training and deserves a lot of recognition for this performance.”

Getting to that point, however, hasn’t been easy for Ripp, who has struggled through the pandemic and limited ski jump training while the Lake Placid jumps have been updated and upgraded.

Before Beijing, the 21-year-old was off points for a chance to qualify for the Olympics. Now, however, he has entered the trials scheduled for December 24 at the Olympic Sports Complex (cross-country skiing) and Olympic Jumping Complex (ski jumping).

TUPPER LAKE – Fans and spectators alike thronged the Tupper Lake Civic Center Friday for the first-ever meeting between the Saranac Lake Placid combined boys’ hockey team and the recently revived Tupper Lake Lumberjacks.

In what many hope will become a new competition, it was SLP who left the rink with the win. The team defeated the Lumberjacks 5-0, to advance to 3-2 on the season, while the Lumberjacks fell to 1-5.

SLP’s Nick Moon scored a pair of goals, while Brady Tremblay, Hugo Hobson and Kaden Dara found the back of the net once in a win. Eighth tier reserve goalkeeper Scotty Nicholas scored 31 saves to seal off his first career start.

“I thought it was a good effort. I thought it took us some time to settle in,” said SLP coach Brennen McHugh. We were little

TUPPER LAKE – Fans and spectators alike thronged the Tupper Lake Civic Center Friday for the first-ever meeting between the Saranac Lake Placid combined boys’ hockey team and the recently revived Tupper Lake Lumberjacks.

In what many hope will become a new competition, it was SLP who left the rink with the win. The team defeated the Lumberjacks 5-0, to advance to 3-2 on the season, while the Lumberjacks fell to 1-5.

SLP’s Nick Moon scored a pair of goals, while Brady Tremblay, Hugo Hobson and Kaden Dara found the back of the net once in a win. Eighth tier reserve goalkeeper Scotty Nicholas scored 31 saves to seal off his first career start.

“I thought it was a good effort. I thought it took us some time to settle in,” said SLP coach Brennen McHugh. We were a little better in the second than we were in the first half and the third period was the best period. I’m definitely happy with the way they played. Good way to finish before Christmas.”

SLP was rolling in early, with Tremblay finding the back of the net with just 52 seconds to go into the opening period.

Just before the end of the period, Moon fired a shot past Lumberjack to put his team 2-0 ahead.

In the second period, the game started to get even better, as SLP received six penalty kicks during that period.

“We told them two things in the locker room afterwards, and that’s one of them,” McHugh said. “It’s a way of letting teams get back into the game when you have leaders. It’s a killer of momentum. It’s something we have to clean up and we’ll deal with. Some of them play hard hockey.

SLP finished the match with a total of 10 penalties while Tupper Lake scored only 3 penalties.

Bruce Guerrett, Tupper Lake’s head coach, said he’s proud of his team for keeping their heads in the game and not getting many penalties.

“That was one of the things we tried to preach on the bench, was to keep your head in it. Just keep your feet moving. If something happens and they don’t call it, just get over it. Go on, he’ll come. Sure, they ended up getting some penalties and it worked out. “.

With six penalty kicks, SLP only managed to score once midway through the period, and Hobson scored the goal.

SLP’s Dara and Moon wrapped up the scoring for the match, with a goal each in the third inning. Moon’s goal was his second while Dara came short, marking the third consecutive game SLP has scored with a man down.

The Lumberjacks, who had no seven players, beat the SLP 11-8 in the third inning but eventually fell.

“I think they (Topper Lake) did a good job, given the rivalry, we’re letting emotions get to us tonight, and that’s going to happen,” Guerrett said.

Six different SLP players had assists, and Dara assisted two goals. Moon, Hobson, Nicholas, Billy Bartholomew, and Tristan Spotts all got help.

For Nicholas, who usually supports the team’s regular starting player Brayden Moon, the assist pass was his first career point. Nicholas was a brick wall in the net blocking every shot, including holding his ground during a 5v3 kill penalty.

“Scotty played really well. We see him practicing every day. We knew he had that inside of him and he could do it,” McHugh said. “It’s always tough when you first start. There are nerves and different things you don’t exercise. We have three really good goalkeepers and we have great confidence in them. Tonight was Scotty’s night and he ran with it.”

Jamin Whitmore of Tupper Lake played another great game at the net. Whitmore scored 44 saves in the loss.

The next Lumberjacks play at home on Thursday against Malone Central at 6pm. SLP will take a week off before traveling to face their next opponent, Christian Brothers Academy, on December 30.

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