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2019 FOOTBALL

A NOTE FROM THE FOOTBALL ‘COORDINATOR’ Welcome to the 2019 Section VII football season. It is my honor and pleasure to continue in the role as the Section VII Football Coordinator. We are again pleased to partner with Denton Publications to bring you this great high school football program. As we gear up for another exciting season of North Country high school football, let’s quickly reflect back on last season. We congratulate Beekmantown, Class B, Saranac, Class C, and Moriah, Class D, as Sectional Champions. The Moriah Vikings after starting the season 0-2, won nine straight games and made it to the Carrier Dome and the Class D State Championship game. We expect nothing less exciting during 2019. The section welcomes Mike Bordeau as the new Head Coach of the Plattsburgh Hornets, as Pat Keleher returns to Peru as its new head coach. Two communities will welcome “Friday Night Lights” as Beekmantown and Peru now have lighted football facilities at their schools. The Section VII makeup remains the same as 2018 with Beekmantown, Peru and Plattsburgh in the Class B division, AuSable Valley, Saranac Central and Saranac Lake in the Class C division and Moriah and Ticonderoga in the Class D Division. We will finish the season with an exciting championship weekend on November 1-2, 2019, at the Plattsburgh Athletic Complex. The Class B Section VII-X Super Bowl will be hosted by our section the following weekend, while our Section VII Class C champions will travel to Section X. The Section will host the Class B and D Northeast Regional Championships on the weekend of November 8-9, 2019. Finally, none of the greatness that makes high school football so special in the North Country is possible without you, the fans! We have eight great football communities who love their high school football and come out each Friday night or Saturday afternoon and cheer the kids on. It is your support and patronage that makes North Country football so special. We thank you for that and encourage you all to come out and see the games. Enjoy the 2019 season, please appreciate and respect all the hard work the players and coaches put in and please be a respectful and supportive fan. Please understand that your coaches work very hard to teach and prepare the players to participate in this great game in the best and safest manner possible. Enjoy the games and thank you!

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PATRIOTS READY FOR NEW SEASON By Keith Lobdell

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CLINTONVILLE | After a season that ended in the Section VII/Class C title game, the AuSable Valley varsity football team will start the new season in the hopes of only having to focus on the field. After a late season coaching change to end 2018, Kyle Nolan will lead the Patriots into the new season. “This is a young team with a new coaching staff,” said Nolan. “Nonetheless, we are looking forward to a competitive season.” The Patriots return one of the top passing combinations in the CVAC with quarterback Evan Snow and receiver Luis Perez, with Carter Matzel also expected to help in the skill positions. On the line, Joe Lloyd returns to anchor a young but, “tough and determined,” core of linemen. Members of the roster include Domonick Betters, Kyle Bradley, Brian Carter, Nathan Doner, Eli Douglas, Mason Dubay, Austin Dukett, Rowen Dulka, Trent Gravelle, River Hanf, Nathan Holzer, Joe Lloyd, Steven Malskis, Carter Matzel, Jesse McLean, Damien Murphy, Alex Nelson, Luis Perez, Grant Pray, Noah Prentiss, Evan Snow, Keegan Snow, Ben Sprague, Calvin Stevens, Dylan Goodrow, Drake Dulka, Grady Tender and Kaleb Walton.

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Across the North Country, the dreaded two-a-days, or in some case just plain old long and grueling single practices, have shaken our local athletes out of their summer induced ennui and started the process of whipping them back into playing shape. While coaches go over everything from cleats to practice drills to bus schedules, one thing that should be in the forefront of their minds is proper hydration for young athletes. Even with the dog-days of summer largely behind, the need to drink enough fluids during a workout is essential for not just the performance of the athlete, but for their health as well. According to the Mayo Clinic: “Dehydration occurs when you use or lose more fluid than you take in, and your body doesn’t have enough water and other fluids to carry out its normal functions. If you don’t replace lost fluids, you will get dehydrated.” While symptoms of dehydration can range from the simple to acute, high school athletes have actually died from severe dehydration

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during grueling practices in recent years. The debate often arises as to what type of drinks hydrate the best; water or sports drinks. Theories abound. “For most outdoor activities, good old fashioned tap water does the trick,” says an article at Web MD. “If your activity lasts an hour or more, either fruit juice diluted with water or a sports drink will provide carbohydrates for energy plus minerals to replace lost electrolytes in your sweat.” Somewhere in this mix falls the newest kid on the hydration block: “Fitness waters,” which are lightly flavored waters which claim to be fortified with vitamins and minerals. According to Web MD, they fall somewhere in the middle between water and Gatorade or Powerade. But the general consensus seems to be, if the flavoring of the water gets the athlete to drink more, then fitness waters are a good thing. But how much is enough? Most experts agree that pre-hydrating with about two cups of fluid an hour before the workout is essential. During the activity,

four to six ounces for every 15 to 20 minutes of exercise will keep the muscles hydrated during the workout. Taking breaks during practice to drink is critical as well, rather than trying to make it all up after practice. Also, an athlete should not wait until they are thirsty before stopping for a drink. By then, dehydration has already begun, and re-hydration can take a while to take hold. On one point all the experts agree — energy drinks should not be part of the hydration mix. While athletes might think they are getting an energy boost after consuming an energy drink, the exact opposite is true. That’s because energy drinks containing large amounts of caffeine can cause dehydration, which can lead to fatigue, and increase body temperature and heart rate, which can compromise performance. Whether it’s water, sports drink or vitamin water, drinking an adequate amount is critical at this time of the year for young athletes, and it’s up to both coaches and athletes to keep the athlete safe. ■

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EAGLES LOOKS TO REMAIN AT CLASS B SUMMIT By Keith Lobdell

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BEEK M ANTOWN | Of the many things the Beekmantown Eagles can take away from the 2018 season, it may be the fact they gave the biggest scare of the playoffs to the eventual state champion, Glens Falls. Now, the Eagles have the focus on the 2019 season, as the defending Section VII/Class B and CVAC champions hope to return to the state quarterfinal rounds and do more than scare the opponent. Garrett Stevens, Connor Mcginnis, Jonah Phanuef, Jalen Belrose, Carson Lapier and Kaden Myers return as key seniors for the Eagles. The roster also includes Aidan Hoogkamp, Andrew Vannatten, Cade Preston, Cornal Brinson, Dylan Ferrigno, Ethan Barber, Evan Griffith, Gavin Fessette, Gordy King, Grant Decker, Hayden McGarvey, Isaac McClatchie, Jacob Lamare, Julian Nelson, Matt Dion, Nate Bordeau, Nate Finley, Pat Pantazis, Robert Barcomb, Ryley Rafalko, Shawn Jimenez, Steve Maiorca and Troy Reid. ■

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VIKINGS SET SIGHTS BACK TO CARRIER DOME By Keith Lobdell

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PORT HENRY | The Moriah varsity football program will spend the season working towards the goal of playing in the final week of the 2019 fall year for the second time in a row. The Vikings won nine straight games after starting the season 0-2 last year, making to the state finals before falling to the merged CSP team. “We are preparing for the season and have had a good preseason leading up to this,” said coach Don Tesar. “It takes a lot of hard work to get to where we were last year, and so far they have been putting it in.” All state linemen Mike Rollins and Myles Madill return to anchor both sides of the trenches, while Mark Maye, Cody Petro, Jeffrey Genier, Ron Ward, Declan Valentine, Bryce Hammond, Roland Cowin, Hayden Trow and Chris Thompson will also work into the line and linebacking rotation. Jeffrey Strieble returns at the quarterback position, with Todd Malbon adding depth. The backfield will also include Matt Diehl, Maddox Blaise, Kyle Briggs, Addison Hanchett, Caleb Harris and Braden Swan. Mike Demarais will be at tight end. ■

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PERU BUILDING WITH KELEHER AT THE HELM By Keith Lobdell

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PERU | With Pat Keleher returning home to lead the team, the Peru varsity football program hopes to regain their spot atop the CVAC and Class B standings in Section VII. “We have a nice mix of returning experience and new players with 16 returners and 17 new players,” Keleher said. “We have very good experience in the skill areas on offense and in the secondary and linebackers on defense. We will be young on the offensive and defensive lines and at the quarterback position, but not untalented in those areas. There will be some growing pains, we have a new staff this year, some scheme changes and some of the inexperience but I am excited for the potential of this team.” Keleher said the team will rely on returning members of the team to show leadership. “Austin Carpenter, Kasen Brennan and Gavin Padron are all in their third year as varsity starters,” said Keleher. “Ian Joy, Chris Mitchell, Austin Varno and Tanner Wright are players who now have to move into key roles as seniors. Zach Swyers, Ethan Lawrence, Keegan Smith and Zach O’Connell are some young guys who have to step in and play some key roles. Finally we will rely heavily on Xavier LaFountain and Dylan Brown to anchor an inexperienced defensive line early until the other kids come along.” With the mix of newcomers and experience, Keleher said the goals for the program will remain the same. “As always here at Peru we expect to compete for a league and sectional championship,” he said. “We always set the bar high and have high expectations for our program. They will both be difficult goals to achieve but we are excited for the challenge and where the journey will take us.” Members of the Peru roster include Santo Diaz, Keegan Smith, Austin Carpenter, Eric Frechette, Zach O’Connell, Mason Mero, Connor Hart, Austin Varno, Brayden Miner, Ian Joy, Parker Barnaby, Brady Bushey, Ray Beebe, Avery Ruddy, Brady Hanson, Mike Blowers, Braden Choules, Kasen Brennan, Gavin Padron, Jack Hanson, Zack Swyers, Tanner Wright, Ryan Heaney, Kaleb Martineau, Maurice Bombard, Tyler Ormsby, Shawn Joiner, Ethan Lawrence, Dustin Goddeau, Xavier LaFountain, Hevyn Duval, Dylan Brown and Chris Mitchell. ■

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7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 1:30 PM

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WEEK 9

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PLATTSBURGH | With former head coach Patrick Keleher moving onto his hometown Peru football program, the Plattsburgh High Hornets will turn to a familiar face in Mike Bordeau, who coached from 1999-2008. “The group has a number of experienced and talented returning players,” said Bordeau. “Several newcomers are in the midst of very competitive battles for starting positions. The coaches are evaluating the team in hopes of finding the right combinations of offensive, defensive, and special teams personnel for Plattsburgh to be a factor in the 2019 CVAC Class B Championship hunt.” Ian Detulleo returns to lead the Hornets at the quarterback position, and is joined by four returning linemen on Alex Brown, Andy Brown, Dylan Loveless and Kaden Douglas-LaDuke. Kyle LaValley and Hayden Dandrow return at linebacker, while Liam Perkins will help anchor the defensive backs. Members of the roster include Ian Detulleo, Jaylen Gonzalez, Kyle LaValley, Ben Bordeau, Liam Perkins, Dylan Garrant, Corbin Burch, Jayvon Carpenter, Landon Coon, Foster Ovios, Ethan Walters, Colin Golden, Dylan Loveless, Marc Malseptic, Travis Giroux, Corbin Murray, Alex Brown, Kaden LaDuke, Lucien Rose, Andy Brown, Ronin Rose, Eric Odnoha, Xavier Powell, Hayden Dandrow and Myles King. ■

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CHIEFS SET TO DEFEND CLASS C CROWN By Keith Lobdell

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SARANAC | In a matter of three years, the Saranac varsity football program regenerated itself into a Section VII/Class C champion. For the next step, the goal will be to repeat. While graduation hit the skill positions hard for the Chiefs, a solid core of experienced linemen will help lead the team through the season. Casey Breyette returns to help anchor a line which will include Colin Lamora, Connor Kiroy, Bailey Marsh, Caiden Premore, Emilo Lugo, Gavin Coryea, Kaden LaDieu, Nick Holzer, Robbie Velie, Tim Gadway and Tyler Freeman. Conner Burns and Gabe Clausen are the two quarterbacks on the roster who will be looked to take the huddle over from all state signal caller Luke Maye, while Bryce Smith returns to help find a replacement for all state receiver Jacob Nolan, along with Colby Coryer and John Church at tight end. Addison Kelting, Alex Christman, Garrett Adolfo, Robert Foley and Hunter Devins will all seek time in the backfield, while Adolfo returns as one of the leagues top kickers. â–

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RED STORM FOOTBALL BUILDS ON EXPERIENCE By Keith Lobdell

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SARANAC LAKE | Red Storm varsity football coach Eric Bennett said he hopes the 2019 version of Saranac Lake will improve upon a season that saw them in a difficult state. After not winning a game last season, the Red Storm return to the field with a solid core who have been building in knowledge of the game and fundamentals. “We are returning a number of starters at key positions and look to improve upon a difficult season last year,” Bennett said. “We are focusing on playing with intensity and sound fundamentals. We expect to be competitive.” Senior Ben Munn returns at running back and linebacker for the Red Storm, the lone returning all star on the roster. Junior quarterback Rhett Darrah also returns, and will be bolstered by returning linemen Patrick Alberga, Sean Sanford, Jackson Hunt-Lamb, Carter Gagnon and Riley Deangelis. Riley Deangelis and Wyatt Gladd will also see time in the trenches. Senior Braden Ryan joins Munn in the backfield, along with Isaiah Buckley, Sam Donaldson, Dylan Stewart, Logan Brown, Austin Comiskey and Hunter Lacey. Outside receivers include returning senior Kenny Dashnaw along with David Warner, David Rascoe and Jeffrey LaVair. ■

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Sports should be an integral part of the life of every teen. It teaches teambuilding, sportsmanship and dedication. However, concussions are sometimes the unwanted result of sports participation. A concussion may also be referred to as a “head injury” or “mild traumatic brain injury”. A concussion is not a bruise to the brain; it’s an interruption of how the brain works. A concussion results when the athlete is strongly bumped or jolted causing the brain to move or twist inside the skull. Only 10% of concussions result in the athlete losing consciousness. Anyone can get a concussion, however, the fact that they are still growing makes it that much easier for children and teens to experience brain movement. In most cases, hits to the head do not result in a concussion. That is because the brain is protected by the skull; a very hard covering made of bone that works like a helmet. Hit hard enough, such as a high impact helmet to helmet hit, the brain can be shaken around inside the skull causing a concussion.

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Concussions and other brain injuries are fairly common. About every 21 seconds, someone in the United States has a serious brain injury. One of the most common reasons teens get concussions is through a sports injury. Contact sports such as football, pose a higher risk of head injury, even with the use of protective headgear. According to the Institute of Medicine, high school football players are nearly twice as likely to get concussions as college counterparts or high school athletes playing other sports; as many as 20 percent of athletes who get a concussion have symptoms that linger more than two weeks. What can I as a parent do?...As parents we must be the advocate for our teen athletes. Too many times Published by Sun Community News & Printing


CONCUSSIONS If your child suffers a concussion; Your child should not do any activity in which your child might hit or jolt the head, until cleared by a qualified physician.

IF YOU THINK YOUR CHILD MIGHT HAVE A CONCUSSION IMMEDIATELY CONSULT A PHYSICIAN trained in spotting and treating concussions. Some good websites to visit that might help both of you understand the severity of the event. kidshealth.org/ teen/safety/first_aid/concussions, talks to teens about what to expect, or heads up parents.org has video interviews with teens describing their experience with concussion; click on the resources tab.

everyone is caught up in the excitement of the game and the athlete will try to “tough it out”. This can result in the athlete suffering what is called Second Impact Syndrome. This is when an athlete suffers a second concussion before the first one has had time to heal. To be a victim of Second Impact Syndrome the athlete doesn’t even have to be hit very hard. The brain is already vulnerable so even a sight hit to the head or even the chest can result in uncontrollable swelling of the brain, very often resulting in long term disability or even death. It’s important to recognize the signs of a concussion and help the teen understand that going back too soon could

have lifelong consequences. Healing time for a concussion should not be hurried. Along with sitting out a few games and practices probably the hardest part of a concussion for your teen will be, “No video games, no texting, no using the computer, and no watching TV,” says Tracey Covassin, PhD, an athletic trainer and concussion expert at Michigan State University. Even though games, texting, and watching TV seem simple, your teens’ brain has to work to keep track of what’s happening on the screen. These activities should be avoided for about 7-10 days, in most cases.

Of course, your doctor has the last word on exactly how much time you need. Depending on the severity of the concussion your teen may experience difficulty with school work and maintaining the busy schedule teens keep. It may be necessary to miss or curtail school for a few days; again your physician and your teen will help you make these decisions. As long as your child is having any symptoms caused by the concussion, it will be very important to prevent Second Concussion Syndrome (see below). ■

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SENTINELS LOOK TO COMPETE WITH REST OF CVAC By Keith Lobdell

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TICONDEROGA | The Ticonderoga varsity football team will enter a new season with a new coach, as Bobby Porter will take the helm as the new headman for the Sentinels. “We expect to be competitive every week,” Porter said. “Preparation is key and our players worked very hard in July and August to prepare for the season. We are a young team on paper but I believe our players will play well beyond their years.” Porter said the team has entered camp wanting to improve. “I believe this attitude will lead to a lot of great games throughout Section VII this year and we are going to be in many of them.” The Sentinels return quarterback Terrence Benedict, along with backs Dillon Schlogl, Carter Dedrick, Aiden Porter and Owen Stonitsch; and lineman Steven Barnaby, Dereck Joiner and Noah Bogart. “We are looking for Owen to help fill Ty Schlogl’s shoes,” said Porter. “Owen broke his collar bone in week five last year, and he is eager to get back. Monty Benedict has been working hard to step into the hole left by four-year starter Michael DuShane. We are looking to have linemen positions filled by Layne Lambert, Joiner, Bogart, Barnaby, Gavin Ross, Nick Gallo and Gavin Tucker, who are all working hard to get into the rotation.” ■

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