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Sports Review

High School Varsity Basketball:
-Adirondack boys lost a heart-breaker to Canastota 44-43.
-Adirondack girls keep their perfect record at 13-0 after beating Canastota 67-23.
-Beaver River girls beat South Lewis 52-19.
-Poland boys defeated Otselic Valley 62-43.

-The Celtics fell to the Raptors 111-91.
-The Knicks lost to the Bucks 103-89.
-The Nets lost to the Rockets 123-113.

-The Sabre’s were topped off by the Ducks in overtime 4-3.
-The Bruins trumped the Red Wings 3-2.
-The Penguins toppled the Golden Knights 5-4.
-The Capitals edged the Blue Jackets 3-2.


New York- You may be familiar with the “Tide Pods Challenge”, a trend where kids and young adults have been filming themselves eating laundry detergents and posting the videos on social media.

Source: NYS Police Remsen

Marcy- A 26-year-old Holland Patent man was arrested for DWI after a traffic stop Monday evening on the Toby Road in the Town of Marcy.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Basketball:
-Lowville girls beat Watertown 44-24.
-Poland boys defeated Owen D. Young 59-48.
-Poland girls lost to Frankfort Schuyler 61-21.
-Remsen lost to New York Mills 74-60.

Syracuse Orange Basketball:
-The Orange held on to beat Louisville 78-73. The Next game is Sunday against Wake Forest.

-The Heat fell to the Magic 111-109.
-The Bulls lost to the Kings 104-98.

-The Rangers lost to the Stars 2-1.
-The Islanders fell to the Predators 5-4 in overtime.

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Martinsburg- A 36-year-old Lowville man is facing several charges after fleeing from police.

Snowmobile Crash 2

Webb- A 41-year-old Monson Massachusetts man suffered injuries after crashing his snowmobile over the weekend.

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