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Tuesday, November 5
Curle Set to Appear on SSN
Plattsburgh, NY - Plattsburgh State head men's basketball coach Tom Curle is scheduled to appear on the Shamrock Sports Network Wise Guys Sports Talk Show on Sunday. The hour long radio talk show will begin at 5PM and will be broadcast from Uno's Chicago Grill in Plattsburgh. Click Here to Read More.

Saturday, May 11
Canton softball team planks Salmon River
Daily Courier-Observer: CANTON - Beth Pearson threw a five-inning, no-hitter and struck out eight to lead the Canton softball team to a 15-0 decision over Salmon River (1-10 overall, 1-9 division) in a Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game Friday. Read full article here.

Friday, May 10
Laxmen Remain Perfect
Malone Telegram: FORT COVINGTON - The Salmon River boys lacrosse team moved to 12-0 on the Northern Athletic Conference season with a decisive 19-6 victory over rival Massena on Thursday. Read full article here.

Thursday, May 2
SRC Romps Red Storm 20-3 in Lacrosse
The Malone Telegram: Salmon River starting goalie Taz Oakes (behind #18 Sky Sunday) takes Saranac Lake's Jeff Stevens (#1) off his feet with a huge hit. Stevens was attempting to come from behind the net to set up a potential scoring play when Oakes bolted from his crease and leveled the Red Storm player. At right is Salmon River's Brady Mitchell, who got a firsthand look at the hit. Read full article here.

Monday, April 22
The SRC Run Continues!
The Malone Telegram: The Salmon River boys varsity lacrosse team kept its 2013 Northern Athletic Conference record unscathed on Saturday, picking up a 15-3 victory over the host Massena Red Raiders. Read full article here.

Saturday, April 20
SRC Laxmen Stay Unbeaten
The Malone Telegram: Salmon River goalie Randy Peters makes a save against Colton-Pierrepont's Gyle Dominy (#5) on Monday. Peters combined with starting keeper Kobi Johnson for 11 saves during the one-sided, 21-3 victory against Saranac Lake on Tuesday with Johnson turning aside 17 of 20 shots in the Shamrocks' 18-3 win against Canton on Thursday. Read article here.

Wednesday, April 17
Shamrock Laxmen demolish Red Storm
The Malone Telegram: Salmon River's Dalston Day (#14) in action against Colton-Pierrepont on Monday. Day scored three times and picked up five assists in Tuesday's 21-3 win over Saranac Lake. Read full article here.

Wednesday, April 17
Girls Lacrosse - Shamrocks lose in overtime to Heuvelton
The Malone Telegram: DEFENDING - Maddy St. Pierre defends against Tewaskerake Barnes of Salmon River for Heuvelton in Tuesday's 10-9 Bulldogs win in overtime. Read full article here.

Wednesday, April 10
Shamrock Laxmen Open Season With Win!
The Malone Telegram: Salmon River goalie Kobi Johnson is ready to make one of his nine saves as St. Lawrence Central's Ian Lynch (#8) fires a shot on goal while under pressure from SRC's Dalton Roundpoint (#22). Read full article here.

Saturday, March 23
Live Feed!
Malone Telegram: The men from SSN broadcast the Salmon River girls New York State Class B Final Four contest live from Hudson Valley Community College last Friday. The duo of Tommy Smith, left, and Pete Ghostlaw, center, are joined by SRC graduate Dave Bartlett, who provided additional color commentary for the state game. Pete and Tommy are set for the spring season, with their first webcast slated for Tuesday, April 9, as the SRC laxmen host rival St. Lawrence Central at 4:30 p.m. See Article Here

SSN Broadcast at State
Tommy, Pete & Dave - Photo by John Gokey

Wednesday, March 20
All Tourney Member



The Malone Telegram: Salmon River's Abby Kelly was named to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) Class B All-Tournament team at the conclusion of the semifinal game at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy on Friday. Kelly, an SRC junior, received her award from Section 2 representative Mark Budniak (Maple Hill High School), and was one of four Shamrocks to score in double figures during the season-ending setback. Read full article here.

Saturday, March 16
The Run Is Done



Daily Courier-Observer: The Salmon River girls ended their 2012-13 basketball season with a Final Four loss to Section 5 champion Waterloo, 65-53, on Friday at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class B semifinal at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy. Read full article here.

Sunday, March 10
Salmon River Girls Celebrate!



Watertown Daily Times: POTSDAM – The Salmon River girls basketball team emerged as the lone state tournament winner among Section 10 contenders Saturday, defeating defending state champion Watervliet,      73-65, at SUNY Potsdam to advance to the Class B semifinals. Read Full Article Here.

Sunday, March 10
Salmon River Reaches Final 4



Daily Courier-Observer: POTSDAM – The Salmon River girls basketball team won the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) Region 2 championship game on Saturday, defeating Watervliet (Section 2) 73-65 to advance to the NYSPHSAA Final Four at 11:45 a.m. on Friday. Read full article here.

Saturday, March 9
Class B Regional Champions!

Saturday, March 2
Canton Girls Survive SRC, Win Overall



The Malone Telegram: POTSDAM - The end of one drought extended another on Friday as the Canton Central girls basketball team outlasted Salmon River 51-47 in the Section 10 Overall Championship Game at SUNY Potsdam's Jerry Welsh Gymnasium. Read full articl here.

Thursday, February 28
SRC Sweeps Past Hammond To Advance To Section X Overall Championship



Indian Time: Potsdam - It was another productive night for the Salmon River Girls Basketball Team as they defeated the Hammond Red Devils 50-35. Read full article here.

Wednesday, February 27
Lady Shamrocks Advance to Overall Final



The Malone Telegram: POTSDAM - Abby Kelly buried three 3-pointers in the second quarter and scored 25 points leading Salmon River to a 50-35 win over Hammond in the first of two Section 10 Overall semifinal games at SUNY Potsdam Tuesday.

Afterwards, teammate Aliyah Cook was asked to comment on the junior guard's outstanding shooting performance. Cook said simply "Abby always shoots great and our team chemistry is really strong. That is why everything went so well." Click for complete article.



Tuesday, February 26
Two Point Shot



The Malone Telegram: Salmon River's Alyiah Cook, shown taking a 15-foot jumper against the OFA Blue Devils in the Class B championship game on Friday, will look to help the lady Shamrocks to the overall Section 10 crown. SRC, now 15-5 on the season, takes on Class D champion Hammond (20-1) at 5 p.m. tonight at SUNY Potsdam's Maxcy Hall. The winner will advance to face the winner of the second game, Canton vs. Massena, at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, also at Maxcy Hall.  See full article here.

Saturday, February 23
SR Girls Reverse Losses to OFA for Class B Three-Peat



Daily Courier-Observer: POTSDAM - From the worst of times to the best of times. Salmon River crossed that chasm to defeat OFA 52-47 and win its third straight Section 10 Class B Championship in the third of three girls basketball title games at SUNY Potsdam on Friday. Read full article here.



Saturday, February 23
SLC took a 10-3 early lead in the first quarter



The Malone Telegram: The Salmon River girls varsity basketball team achieved one of its preseason goals, winning the Section 10 Class B title, pulling off the feat with a hard-fought 52-47 victory over the OFA Blue Devils on Friday. The win marks the third straight season that the lady Shamrocks have earned the Class B crown. OFA defeated the lady Shamrocks twice during the regular season. Read full article.

Monday, February 18
Season Ends for SRC Skaters



The Malone Telegram: Salmon River captain Ty Terrance, shown during the regular-season matchup against rival St. Lawrence Central, scored the lone goal for the Shamrocks during the 2-1 Section 10 Division I playoff setback on Saturday. Terrance cut the SRC deficit to one with his third-period tally. Read full article here.

Friday, February 15
Lady Shamrocks Advance to Class B Final



The Malone Telegram: FORT COVINGTON - The Salmon River girls basketball team out-scrapped and out-scored the Potsdam Sandstoners on Thursday to advance to the Section 10 Class B title game. Read full article here.

Thursday, February 14
Salmon River shocks Canton 4-3 in OT



Indian Time: The 5 minute overtime started of with a series of fast passes by the Golden Bears but Shamrocks’ goalie Cory Garrow wouldn’t let the game slip out of his grasp. With a series of stunning saves, Garrow helped develop an offensive rush led by Shamrocks’ Ty Terrance and Jarid Gray. Going into the offensive zone on a 2 on 1 play, both Terrance and Gray knew what their role was. With Terrance drawing the defenseman, Gray made a cut to catch a pass from Terrance and snipe it top right corner and win the game for the Shamrocks 4-3. Read full article here.

Thursday, February 7
Massena Wins Over Salmon River 60-44



Indian Time: Fort Covington - It was a bittersweet night for the Salmon River Girls Varsity Basketball Team. It was Senior Night for the team and the last home game they’d play for the Girls Varsity Basketball Team. The Massena Lady Red Raiders defeated the Shamrocks 60-44. Read full article here.

Thursday, February 7
Massena overpowers Salmon River 3-1



Indian Time: Fort Covington - The Salmon River Boys Varsity Hockey team dropped a match-up against the Massena Red Raiders 3-1. Read full article here.

Thursday, January 31
SRC Downs Potsdam 74-33



Indian Time: Fort Covington - The Salmon River Shamrocks Girls Basketball team cruised past the Potsdam Sandstoners with a score of 74-33. Read full article here.

Tuesday, January 29
SRC Cruises Past St. Regis Falls 86-24



Indian Time: Fort Covington - The Salmon River Shamrocks girls basketball team swept past the St. Regis Falls Saints at a score of 86-24. Read full article here.

Saturday, January 5
Bittersweet Night for Lady Shamrocks



The Malone Telegram: Salmon River's Abby Kelly stands with her proud family during the brief ceremony after she surpassed the 1,000-point scoring plateau early in the third quarter. Family members are, from left, brother Ben, father Bruce, Abby, mother and coach Jocelyn, and sister Anna. Read full article here.