FREDONIA — Matt Kelley, a sophomore on the Plattsburgh State baseball team, is the State University of New York Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week, for the period ending Sunday. SUNYAC Commissioner Dr. Pat Damore made that announcement on Monday.Kelley tossed a complete game two-hitter in a 5-1 victory over Oneonta State on Sunday to pick up the win and move to 2-1 on the mound. The right-hander from Mechanicville (Stillwater High School) held the previously SUNYAC-unbeaten Red Dragons scoreless for the final six innings while striking out five and only walking one batter.For the season, Kelley owns a 4.32 earned-run average in 25 innings of work and ranks third in the conference with a team-high 25 strikeouts.The Cardinals are 14-4 overall, 2-2 in SUNYAC play.
FREDONIA — Plattsburgh State freshman attack Kyle Norchi Monday has been named the co-player of the week for men's lacrosse in the State University of New York Athletic Conference, for the period ending Sunday.Norchi (Hauppauge High School) had a well-rounded week in which the Cardinals (6-2 overall) won one game in three starts. He compiled team-highs of nine goals and 12 points, to go along with 11 ground balls. He had his best game against Morrisville, a 21-4 win, when he scored four times, had two assists and a career-high six ground balls. He leads the SUNYAC in goals (25), assists (12) and total points (37).Sophomore midfielder Mike Evans of Oneonta shared the SUNYAC weekly honor with Norchi, who was the inaugural recipient on March 19.
PLATTSBURGH — The Bionic Beavers improved to 4-0 in Men's A League hockey play with a convincing 8-2 victory over the Green Room at the Lake City Stars Arena last week. Scott Campbell, who got his second three-goal game in as many weeks, led the Beavers.Jim Jennings added a pair of goals while Matt Loughan, Matt Ryan, and Scott Recor rounded out the scoring for the Beavers. Joel Siskavich had a great game in net for the Beavers making 35 saves.The Green Room got goals from Jason Therrien and Jesse Laurenz. Justin Miller took the loss in net.The Lounge Lizards rolled over Wyeth 12-5 led by John Wells, who had three goals and three assists. Jason Barnhart and Tony Lilledahl each had a pair of goals and two assists while John Hack chipped in with two goals. Steve Moffat, Trevor Cameron, and Matt Rogers rounded out the scoring for the Lizards.Dave Bechard, Mark Leclair and John Hynes scored for Wyeth. However, Wyeth did gain an exciting 7-6-shootout victory over the Green Room the week before.The Admirals are coming on strong after an 0-2 start, winning back-to-back games over UPS 10-5 and earlier this week over the Molson Mullets 7-3.This week's schedule: Monday, UPS vs. Bionic Beavers, 8:45 p.m.; Wednesday, Admirals vs. Wyeth, 8:45 p.m.; Thursday, Molson vs. Lounge Lizards, 8:30 p.m. The Green Room has the bye.Men's A League HockeyWLTPtsGfGaBionic Beavers 400828 9Lounge Lizards 21042315Molson Mullets 22041518Wyeth 22042234Admirals 22242425Green Room 13022123UPS 03001322
PLATTSBURGH — The Algonquin Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club invites walkers to join the weekly "Walk About Town" throughout the month of April. Meet on the steps of City Hall on 3 p.m. on Wednesdays for a brisk walk of about an hour in city neighborhoods. Dogs on a leash are welcome.
PLATTSBURGH — Steven Flint, the Invasives Project Coordinator for the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program will discuss the Adirondack Nature Conservancy's mission and working relationship with the program at the monthly meeting of the Algonquin Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club.The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the upstairs meeting room of the Old County Courthouse with Flint's presentation to begin at 7:30 p.m. The public is welcome to attend.Flint will offer a PowerPoint presentation on the invasive species threats in general, and the Hurricane Mountain Wilderness area in particular. On Monday, June 4, interested persons are invited to explore the Outdoor Land Lab of the Nature Conservancy in Keene Valley to learn more about invasive species. The public is welcome to attend the outing.
PLATTSBURGH — Due to the rescheduling of the basketball banquet to Thursday, April 5, the payment of soccer and basketball dues — without penalty — has been extended to Thursday.CCCSOA soccer officials and IAABO and GBOA basketball officials can pay their dues at the banquet or deliver to the secretary/treasurer at 21 Concord Ave., Plattsburgh, 12901.
ROUSES POINT — The North Country Skating Club will host its annual year-end banquet to honor all skaters Wednesday, from 6:30-8 p.m., in the Northeastern Clinton High School Auditorium. Trophies and badges will be handed out to all skaters and show DVD copies will be distributed to those who ordered them.Cake, cookies and drinks will be available in the high school cafeteria following the awards ceremony.
MALONE — The Malone Adult Basketball League completed its season over the weekend with the following awards being presented:League Most Valuable PlayerDiv.PlayerTeamACraig CarrieroCantwell & CantwellBJoey ReomeBrasher VetsCKevin WalbridgeAdirondack AlarmsDEvan McGibbonKing Clark InsuranceECraig DumasHometown Family ChiropracticWJess HoppsJreck's/AkwesasneRick Brady SportsmanshipDiv.PlayerTeamAThayne PreveBangorBJosh RussellJ.R. Construction
CMark RobinsonAdirondack AlarmsDRon MarshallWagon WheelEDwayne LordMaranathaWTerri MarramaMountain MartP.K. Curtin Best Defensive PlayerDiv.PlayerTeamADan BernardChateaugay BowlBCory RussellJ.R. ConstructionCWayne PalmerKyna Different PubDAaron MarshallKing Clark InsuranceESteve AnsariHometown Family ChiropracticWJune RogersMountain MartPlayoff MVPDiv.PlayerTeamAJason LaPlantChateaugay BowlBBrad DufraneKyna Different PubCJustin Todd21st Century ConstructionDDave BarnettAdirondack EnergyWJen HoppsJreck's/Akwesasne