Bombers top Beavers to stay unbeaten

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LAKE PLACID — With Nadia Phillip leading the charge, the Lake Placid girls basketball team has found itself on a bit of a roll to start the new season.  Phillip, a junior, scored 18 points to lead the Blue Bombers to a 28-8 home victory over the Keene Beavers on Thursday. The win marked the ...

SLP skaters fall to Adirondack United

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LAKE PLACID — The Saranac Lake Placid girls’ hockey team hasn’t gotten off to the best start this season, but with youth on their side, things can only get better from here. Playing at the Olympic Center’s 1980 Herb Brooks Arena Wednesday, the SLP girls fell 12-0 to Section II’s ...

Bombers hoopers edge out Bolton

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LAKE PLACID — After Nadia Phillip made a buzzer-beater layup to put the Lake Placid girls basketball team up by 11 over the Bolton Eagles heading into halftime Tuesday, it seemed like the Blue Bombers were easily going to cruise to victory. That wasn’t the case. Bolton took advantage ...

USABS competes in Park City IBSF World Cup

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PARK CITY, Utah — The second IBSF World Cup of the season took place in Park City, Utah this past week. This past Thursday, the event kicked off with women’s skeleton, where Kelly Curtis was Team USA’s top finisher in fifth place with a combined run time of 1 minute, 38.70 ...

’Jacks hoops fall to Chateaugay

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TUPPER LAKE — The Tupper Lake boys basketball team found itself in a defensive battle in Monday night’s home opener against the Chateaugay Bulldogs. The Lumberjacks ultimately couldn’t get things rolling on the offensive side and fell 47-34 to the Bulldogs. For the entirety of the ...

Spartans topple SLP boys hockey

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LAKE PLACID — After competing in a two-game tournament on the road, the Saranac Lake Placid boys’ hockey team kicked off its third game in a row at home on Sunday. However, things didn’t go so well for SLP. The team suffered a 9-2 setback to the Williamsville North Spartans at the ...