Ticonderoga has 19 track athletes returning
Ticonderoga’s boys track team will again battle for Champlain Valley Athletic Conference and Section VII honors this spring.
Ticonderoga softball just keeps rolling along.
Youth to be served on Ticonderoga track team
Young athletes will have an opportunity to shine on the Ticonderoga girls track team this spring.
Ticonderoga High School baseball is like a run away train. The Sentinels just keep winning and winning and winning.
Budget options call for sports, personnel cuts
Facing a $540,000 budget gap, the Ticonderoga Central School board of education has identified three possible options to keep the 2013-14 spending plan within the state tax cap. All the options include cutting school sports programs and non-mandated classes such as art and music. Each also calls for personnel cuts.
Lake George basketball team makes history as they overpowering a far taller team and top of an outstanding season by winning the New York State Class C. Boys Basketball championship.
Former Panthers asked to donate for new banners
Crown Point Central School athletes of yesteryear are being asked to rally in support of their heritage. The school varsity club is seeking donations to replace seven championship banners that were once displayed in the school gym.
Hebert caps championship season
Jay Hebert of Ticonderoga finished eighth in the 60-meter hurdles at the New Balance Indoor Track & Field National Championships March 10 in New York City.
The Moriah Vikings held a lead form early in the second quarter to the middle of the fourth quarter, which turned into an edge-of-your seat thriller until the final buzzer sounded.
Jordan McKee leaves with school, section records
Jordan McKee joined the Ticonderoga High School bowling team to strengthen her arm for softball season. She ended her career as the top kegler in school history.
Hebert wins state, Federation titles
Jay Hebert is breathing rarified air these days. The Ticonderoga High School junior won a pair of state titles at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association indoor track championships March 2. Then things got crazy. Following the meet the 55-meter hurdle specialist learned he had become the top athlete in his event in the nation.
The AuSable Valley Patriots stuck to their game plan, playing aggressive defense and running the floor on offense to win the Section VII/Class C boys basketball title March 2.
Trailing by 14 early in the fourth quarter, the ‘Cats scratched their way back to within three points of the Moriah Vikings in the Section VII/Class D championship game March 2, but were unable to convert on key free throws and turnovers as the Vikings scored a 49-44 win.
Defeat Moriah, 49-34
The Elizabethtown-Lewis girls varsity basketball team made their third time to the Plattsburgh State Fieldhouse a charm, earning the Section VII/Class D championship with a 49-34 win over the Moriah Vikings.
The third ranked team in the state of New York among Class D schools will get their chance to advance into the NYSPHSAA tournament after Schroon Lake scored a 51-23 win over the Chazy Eagles.