Shamrocks Honored on Center Ice

The Shamrock Boys Varsity Hockey Team Seniors and their parents as well as loved ones were honored at center ice for their contribution to the Shamrock Hockey Team.

#1 Devlin Laughing, parents Bear Bear Laughing and Todd Wilson and his brother Quintin Wilson home from the U.S. Navy for Senior Night!!

#10 Steve Tremblay, Darlene and Mike Tremblay

#11 Tyren Boots, Cheryl and Casey Swamp

#13 Sean David, Lynn Montour and Wilfred David and Keith Herne and Joelle Smoke

#77 Chad George, Angela and Darrell George

#88 Quentin Thomas, Hawi Thomas and Mike Loran

Jerome Thompson scored overtime goal to lead Buffalo Bandits in NLL road win

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With five National Lacrosse League teams off in Week 6, four more worked overtime this past weekend. The Minnesota Swarm topped the Rochester Knighthawks at home in a 7-6 defensive battle, which was capped off by Callum Crawford's OT winner. On Saturday, Jerome Thompson played the hero with his overtime goal that gave the Buffalo Bandits a 15-14 road win that left the Calgary Roughnecks still searching for the team's first win. Check out NLL Power Rankings by Brian Shanahan on IL Indoor as the league enters one of the busiest weekends of the season with eight games on the Week 7 schedule.

Karley Cree scores for SUNY Potsdam Women's Hockey in loss to Neaumann

POTSDAM, N.Y.—Neumann University (6-14-2, 4-11-1 ECAC West) jumped out to a 4-0 and barely held on for a 4-3 victory over the SUNY Potsdam women's hockey team (8-12-1, 5-9-1) for the second day in a row. Junior defenseman Katie Marsman (Wantagh, N.Y./Wyoming Seminary) led the Bears with three assists. Junior forward Megan Russelo (Leamington, Ontario/Southwest Wildcats) scored twice for the Knights in her second straight contest.

Potsdam created offensive pressure early, but Knights sophomore goalie Chelsea Polidoro (Havertown, Pa./Quakers) withstood several strong chances. Neumann drew first blood at the 10:01 mark. Russelo deflected a shot from the point into the upper left corner of the Bears' net for her third goal of the weekend. Potsdam resumed its pressure after the goal, but was unable to solve Polidoro. The Knights goalie finished with 12 saves in the first period.

Erin Francis and SU Girls Lacrosse win opening day games

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. – No. 3/4 Syracuse opened the 2015 season by sweeping a doubleheader at the Carrier Dome on Saturday, Feb. 7. The Orange defeated No. 19/20 Denver, 18-10, in the first game of the day before defeating Canisius, 21-13, in the nightcap.

"It was a fun day," said Syracuse head coach Gary Gait. "It definitely was a day of ups and downs and runs and refocusing. I thought that when we needed it, the players stepped up and played very well today. I was happy to get our players in there. In the second game I think we played 41 players and I'm pretty sure no one has played 41 players in a game in Division I. We have a large roster and I'm proud that we were able to get done what we wanted to and that was to provide playing opportunities for our young players. We did that today so we're thrilled with how it went."

Jason Lavallée remains perfect in Pro Champ Circuit Pro Tour at Cornwall Motor Speedway

Cornwall, Ont – Sunday, February 1, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – The Circuit Pro Tour was back at it today for their final day of activities at Cornwall Motor Speedway. Again, a total of 17 different categories were in action throughout the day.

The final event of the weekend was the Pro Champ 10-lap feature as Jason Lavallée had a great start and was never challenged during the event as he got a perfect weekend winning all 3 features and qualifying events. Lavallée also collected the Triple Crown for his dominance collecting an extra $1,000 paycheck!