Salmon River senior Connor Dishaw controls the puck during a game against Potsdam earlier this month. Dishaw has helped the Shamrocks to an unbeaten league record. John Gokey/Malone Telegram

FORT COVINGTON — Connor Dishaw wanted to make his senior season of boys hockey memorable and he has done just that.

The Salmon River senior forward is playing on a team that has dominated this season, with an 18-2 overall record, losing both games to out-of-area Division I teams.

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Have been with the WDT since the last week of December in 1993. Cover Clarkson and SLU men's and women's hockey, as well as other sports at those schools and SUNY Potsdam and SUNY Canton. Also cover Northern Athletic Conference high school sports

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