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Sports Report Dec 8

Yesterday on NFL Sunday, The Steelers came back with 25 unanswered points in the 4th quart to beat the Bangles, 42 – 21.
Baltamore beat the Dolphins, 28 – 13.
After a huge brawl during the game, Carolina beat the Saints, 41 – 10.
The Cardnals improve to 10 & 3 thanks to the chiefs, 17 – 14.
Seattle overcame the Eagles, 24 – 14.
The San Diego Super Chargers lost to New England, 23 – 14.
Jets fell in OT to the Vikings, 30 – 24.
New York Football Giants dominated the titans 36 – 7.
And the Bills fell to Manning and the Broncos, 24 – 17.
Tonight’s Monday Night Football has the Packers against the Falcons.
In NHL news, The Oilers finally snapped their 11 game losing streak, 2 – 1 over the sharks.
In local sports, Syracuse basketball had great comeback momentum against St. Johns, but once they began to lead, they ran out of gas and ultimately lost by a score of 69 – 57.

In Boys High School Basketball,      Sackets Harbor 56 Beaver River 55

Sandy Creek 58 Copenhagen 48       Harrisville 62 Edwards Knox 40

Next in Girls Basketball Action,
South Jefferson 42 Lowville 25                       And Copenhagen 62 Sandy Creek 12

A silver medal from Erin Hamlin Saturday started the day and a bronze medal later in the team relay – including Hamlin – capped a gold-silver-bronze World Cup weekend for USA Luge on its home track on Mount Van Hoevenberg.
Hamlin, the 2014 Olympic bronze medalist, has six World Cup luge bronze medals that followed a World Championship among her credentials. Today’s race achieved a high-water mark for the Remsen, N.Y. racer on the annual World Cup tour as she clinched a silver medal in steady snowfall.

Police Blotter (Dec 5)

Daniel Seymour, age 36, of Lowville was arrested FOR – possession of marihuana and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Police received a call about a suspicious vehicle at the Lewis County Fire Training Center in The Town of Martinsburg. Upon investigation, it was determined that Seymour drove to the location on a suspended license. A glass pipe filled with marihuana was found on his possession. He was also found to be hunting on private property without permission. The D.E.C also responded and assisted at the scene with hunting related charges. Seymour was issued appearance tickets for all charges returnable to The Town of Martinsburg Court at a later date.

Sports Report for Dec. 5

Today in Sports….Thursday Night Football saw the Cowboys winning a game in December against the Bears, 41 – 28.
On to the NHL,

Vancouver shut out the penguins, 3 – 0

Ottawa’s longtime captain, Daniel Alfredson signed a one day contract with the team so he could retire as a Senator. The sens lost the game to the Islanders,  2 - 1

The Lightning blanked Buffalo, 5 – 0

The Devils beat the Leafs, 5 – 3

The Sharks rallied four goals in the second period and three in the third to beat Boston, 7 - 4.

Next in local sports, on to Boys Basketball
South Jefferson beat Lowville at Fifty SeventoThirty Seven

Tonight, we have a Tri-Fecta of games; South Lewis plays at Alexandria Bay.
Beaver River will play at Sackets Harbor.
And Copenhagen will do battle with Sandy Creek at home.

On to Girls Basketball action, Beaver River fell to Sackets Harbor Forty Three
to Forty One.

A plethora of games will be decided tonight;   Dolgeville will visit Old Forge
Lowville travels to South Jefferson.Carthage hosts Central Square.

Best Business Bureau warning to holiday shoppers.

The Christmas season is in full swing and consumer trends suggest gift-givers are planning to shop until they drop. In fact, one-quarter of U.S. consumers plan to spend more on holiday shopping this year and, according to Accenture's annual holiday shopping survey, spending on holiday gifts is expected to hit an average of seven hundred and eighteen dollars per shopper. 

While retailers will try to lure customers with online discounts, glitzy, in-store merchandising and upbeat music, Better Business Bureau serving Upstate New York offered these tips;
- Be diligent and compare product quality and prices.
- Place online orders early.
- Make sure you give your information to credible shopping websites. Also never make purchases on public Wi-Fi.

SAFE Act procedure explanation

As we reported earlier in the week, the state has said that one person in Lewis County AND six people in Jefferson County are viewed as mentally unsafe for gun ownership, due to the New York SAFE act. The state uses the following procedures when determining if someone is fit to own a gun.
First, a mental health professional identifies the person a threat to his or her self or someone else. The mental health professional then files a report to county community services for verification. After that, they send files to Albany, and from there, State Police find out if the person identified has a gun permit. Police then present their findings to the local county court judge. Finally, the judge decides whether or not to suspend or even revoke the permit.   

Fire in Boonville

Boonville volunteer fire fighters responded to a garage fire around 3:30 p.m. Thursday at 108 First Street in Boonville. Heavy smoke and flames were visible when they arrived to battle the blaze. Fire Chief Dave Pritchard told us that the garage will most likely be a total lose, however, there were no vehicles inside.

Police Blotter (Dec 4)

A 29 year old Croghan man was arrested in Watertown Monday night. Police report that Anthony J. Hirsch, was cited by in the 400 block of Black River Parkway with unlawful possession of marijuana and passing a red light. Police said marijuana was located in his pants pockets during the traffic stop. He is summoned to appear Dec. 16 in City Court. 


On November 30th, 2014, Kyle P. Roberts, 18, of Carthage was arrested on three counts of burglary in the third degree, three counts of petit larceny, and 1 count of criminal mischief. Roberts allegedly broke into several garages and cars that early morning. Village of Lowville Court arraigned Roberts; however the investigation is still ongoing with more arrests pending.

Sports Report for Dec. 4

And in Sports today,,, First the NHL,
The Oilers have lost 11 games straight with Winnipeg doing the honors, 3-2.

The Wild of Minnesota beat the Canadians, 2 – 1.
The Blackhawks beat St. Louis, 4 – 1 while the Blues new signing, Martain Brodor was in backup and did not play.
And The Ducks continue their winning ways against the Flyers, 5 - 4

In the AHL, the Utica Comets stayed alive in OT 4 – 3 against the Texas Stars.

Next in local sports, on to Boys Basketball
Beaver River beat LaFargeville 47 – 33
Tonight, South Jefferson will play at Lowville at 7:30

Also tonight in Girls Basketball action, Old Forge will host Indian Lake at 5pm

And in Wrestling Lowville will take on Watertown IHC in Watertown at 6pm

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