Press-Republican

October 12, 2012

Jon Goodnough comes through again for AuSable Valley


Press-Republican

CLINTONVILLE — Jon Goodnough scored his second game-winning goal of the season to give AuSable Valley a 3-2 win over Saranac Lake in Northern Soccer League boys’ soccer play on Thursday.

Goodnough broke a 2-all tie with 9:25 left in regulation. Austin Facteau picked up the assist on the deciding goal, which came off a set play on a direct kick.

Goodnough also scored the winner Sept. 28 against Plattsburgh High in the Patriots’ only other victory this season.

Goals by Jacob Montefusco and Nate Casey gave AuSable Valley a 2-0 lead in the first 17 minutes of Thursday’s game.

Devin Cowan, however, brought Saranac Lake to within one later in the first half, and Jeff Stevens then tied it with 12:31 gone in the second stanza.

Facteau assisted on two of the Patriots’ goals. Josh Taylor made 10 saves in net for AuSable Valley, and Oliver Holmes stopped 10 shots for Saranac Lake, which held a 16-14 shot advantage.

“Taylor was outstanding in goal for us — it was his best game of the season,” AuSable Valley coach Bob Hamilton said. “He came out and stopped three or four breakaways.

“Casey was amazing at midfield — he was all over the place. And Goodnough came up big for us again.”

AuSable Valley 3, Saranac Lake 2

Saranac Lake 1 1 — 2

AuSable Valley 2 1 — 3

First half- 1, AVC, Montefusco (Casey), 1:42. 2, AVC, Casey (Facteau), 16:27. 3, SL, Cowan (Shumway), 19:27.

Second half- 4, SL, Stevens, 12:31. 5, AVC, Goodnough (Facteau), 30:35.

Shots: Saranac Lake 16, AuSable Valley 14.

Saves: Holmes, SL, 10. Taylor, AVC, 10.

 

Beekmantown 4, Plattsburgh High 0

BEEKMANTOWN — Adam Goldfarb tallied a hat trick and Brenden Carnright added one goal and two assists in Beekmantown’s 4-0 blanking of Plattsburgh High.

Goldfarb opened the game’s scoring with a marker at 6:00 with the assist credited to Carnright.

The Eagles (9-2-3) closed out first-half scoring with a one-goal lead.

Carnright blasted a shot with just seven minutes gone in the second stanza to extend the lead to two.

Then Beekmantown executed a scoring barrage with five minutes remaining in the contest.

Goldfarb concluded the game with goals at 35:44 and 39:00, respectively.

Beekmantown coach Ryan Loucy said Plattsburgh High was opportunistic throughout and played quality defense in the first half.

“John Fine-Lease did solid job defensively,” Loucy said. “Nick Dodd and Yanis Yahiaoui controlled play in the midfield.”

Beekmantown 4, Plattsburgh High 0

Plattsburgh High 0 0 — 0

Beekmantown 1 3 — 4

First half- 1, Beek, Goldfarb (Carnright), 6:00.

Second half- 2, Beek, Carnright (Villa), 7:06. 3, Beek, Goldfarb (Carnright), 35:44. 4, Goldfarb (Dominy), 39:00.

Shots: Beekmantown 10. Plattsburgh High 6.

Saves: LaClair, Beek, 3. D. Mihal, (2) C. Mihal, (1), PHS, 3.

 

Northern Adirondack 2, Elizabethtown-Lewis 1

ELLENBURG — Ryan Manion’s second goal of the game, with 6:25 gone in the second half, broke a 1-all tie and gave the Bobcats their victory.

Justin Kellett was on the wing when he beat an Elizabethtown-Lewis defender and sent the ball over to Manion. Manion beat the Lions’ keeper and sweeper to the ball and managed to trickle it just over the line for the game-winner.

Manion opened the scoring just 1:15 into the contest, and it stayed that way until Brody Hooper tied it for Elizabethtown-Lewis with 5:16 gone in the second stanza.

Danny Burger played a strong game in net for Northern Adirondack with eight saves.

NAC 2, Elizabethtown-Lewis 1

E’town-Lewis 0 1 — 1

NAC 1 1 — 2

First half- 1, NAC, Manion (J. Nichols), 1:15.

Second half- 2, E-L, Hooper (Tomkins), 5:16. 3, NAC, Manion (J. Kellett), 6:25.

Shots: NAC 19, E’town-Lewis 13.

Saves: Burger, NAC, 8. N. Farrell, E-L, 10.

 

Chazy 4, Willsboro 0

WILLSBORO — Nathan Reynolds and Brandon Laurin scored two goals each as the Eagles continued to roll.

Reynolds tallied once and Laurin twice in the first half to give Chazy a 3-0 lead. Nelson Pelton and Nolan Rogers had assists on Laurin’s goals.

Kyle Bisonette was called upon to make just one save for the shutout, while Dakoda Latford stopped nine shots for the Warriors.

“Chazy controlled the play, but I was happy with our team’s effort,” said Willsboro coach Andrew Lee. “We played good defense in the second half and played a lot better today than we did the first time we played them this year.”

Chazy 4, Willsboro 0

Chazy 3 1 — 4

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, C, Reynolds, 9:43. 2, C, Laurin (Pelton), 17:53. 3, C, Laurin (Rogers), 39:45.

Second half- 4, C, Reynolds, 27:01.

Shots: Chazy 20, Willsboro 4.

Saves: Bisonette, C, 1. Latford, Wills, 9.

 

Wells 3, Crown Point 1

CROWN POINT — The game started out well for the Panthers, who took the lead 2:40 into the contest on Kolby Pertak’s goal.

And Crown Point continued to apply pressure as it finished with a 24-9 shot advantage.

But it turned out to be a frustrating contest for Crown Point as Wells tallied the next three goals, with the game-winner coming on an own goal late in the first half.

Jake Earley and David Foster also scored for the Indians, who held a 2-1 lead at the half.

Ben Brenan played a strong game in net for Wells with 16 saves, and Brendon Crowningshield made six stops for Crown Point.

“Their goalie and fullbacks played well,” said Crown Point coach Don Bishop. “It was one of those frustrating games where we couldn’t find the back of the net.”

Wells 3, Crown Point 1

Wells 2 1 — 3

Crown Point 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, CP, Pertak (Foote), 2:40. 2, W, Earley (Hayes), 7:09. 3, W, own goal, 33:05.

Second half- 4, W, Foster, 5:00.

Shots: Crown Point 24, Wells 9.

Saves: Brenan, W, 16. Crowningshield, CP, 6.

 

Peru 4, Saranac 0

SARANAC — Justin Wiley garnered two goals, while Jacob Dick nabbed a goal and an assist in Peru’s 4-0 shutout of Saranac.

Scoring opened with 23 minutes gone in the first half of play when Jonathan Plessis-Belair blasted a shot into the back of the net to put the Indians up 1-0.

Justin Wiley tallied his first of two goals on the night at 35:06.

Wiley opened scoring in the second stanza with an unassisted marker at 7:00, and Dick added to the score sheet with one of his own at 28 minutes.

Michael Danis was credited with the win it net, fending off six shots for the Indians.

Peru 4, Saranac 0

Peru 2 2 — 4

Saranac 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, P, Plessis-Belair (Dick), 23:00. 2, P, Wiley, 35:06.

Second half- 3, P, Wiley, 7:00. 4, P, Dick, 28:00.

Shots: Peru 32. Saranac 13.

Saves: Danis, P, 6. Tedford, Sar, 28.

 

Schroon Lake 2, Keene 1

SCHROON LAKE — Justin Lough’s goal midway through the second half broke a 1-1 tie and gave the Wildcats their victory.

Schroon Lake held a 1-0 lead at the half on Jeff Armstrong’s goal. But Keene drew even on Gabe Warner’s goal with just 2:43 gone in the second half.

Lough’s game-winning goal came with 16:20 gone in the second.

Caleb Maisonville turned aside six shots in the Schroon Lake nets, and Colton Venner made six saves in the Keene nets.

Schroon Lake 2, Keene 1

Keene 0 1 — 1

Schroon Lake 1 1 — 2

First half- 1, SL, Armstrong, 9:37.

Second half- 2, K, Warner, 2:43. 3, SL, Lough, 16:20.

Shots: Schroon Lake 12, Keene 8.

Saves: Venner, K, 6. Maisonville, SL, 6.

Girls

Saranac Lake 3, AuSable Valley 2 (OT)

SARANAC LAKE — Katey Snyder scored the game-winning goal with 30 seconds left in the first overtime Thursday to give the Red Storm their win over the Patriots.

Bridget Sullivan and Jenny Ward added first-half goals for the Red Storm.

Deanna Dashnaw and Maddy Rondeau scored for the Patriots.

Regan Kieffer preserved the win with 15 saves in the Saranac Lake nets.

“Our girls played hard and did a nice job executing passing,” said Saranac Lake coach Amanda Zullo. “AuSable is a physical team. I was pleased to see our girls continually step up to win balls.

“I was pleased with how Marisa McDonough and Sydney Battistoni contained the strong AuSable offense. Vanessa Salamy, Megan Moody and Regan Kieffer did a great job guiding some of the

new varsity players.”

Saranac Lake 3, AuSable Valley 2 (OT)

AuSable Valley 1 1 0 0 — 2

Saranac Lake 2 0 1 0 — 3

First half- 1, SL, Sullivan (Ward), 14:36. 2, AVC, Dashnaw (Rondeau), 17:15. 3, SL, Ward (Moody), 20:45.

Second half- 4, AVC, Rondeau (Snow), 25:00.

First overtime- 5, SL, Snyder, 9:30.

Shots: AuSable Valley 20, Saranac Lake 15.

Saves: Douglass, AVC, 4. Kieffer, SL, 15.

NAC

Chateaugay 2, Tupper Lake 0

TUPPER LAKE — Alexis Beach scored both goals as the Bulldogs remained unbeaten against Northern Athletic Conference opponents.

Katie Beach crossed the ball to Alexis Beach, who gave Chateaugay the lead with 16:43 gone in the first half.

Hannah Cook then assisted on Alexis Beach’s second goal at 19:30 of the second half. Cook hit four crossbars in the game, and this time the ball deflected back to Alexis Beach.

Cook played a strong game at halfback, and Makayla Fleury recorded the shutout in net with five saves. Chateaugay held an 18-8 advantage in shots.

Chateaugay 2, Tupper Lake 0

Chateaugay 1 1 — 2

Tupper Lake 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, C, A. Beach (K. Beach), 16:43.

Second half- 2, C, A. Beach (Cook), 19:30.

Shots: Chateaugay 18, Tupper Lake 8.

Saves: Fleury, C, 5. O’Connor, TL, 9.