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September 28, 2013

Saranac needs rally to take down Northeastern Clinton

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CHAMPLAIN —

Elizabethtown-Lewis 2, Lake Placid 1

Elizabethtown-Lewis 2 0 — 2

Lake Placid 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, E-L, Barnes (Whalen), 19:56. 2, LP, S. Barney (Goulette), 26:22. 3, E-L, Whalen (Decker), 27:17.

Shots: Lake Placid 18, Elizabethtown-Lewis 7.

Saves: E. Barney, LP, 4. Disogra, E-L, 17.

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PLATTSBURGH 2, AUSABLE VALLEY 1

PLATTSBURGH — Shea Frady, who assisted on the Hornets’ first goal, tallied the game-winning goal in the second half.

Frady headed in Hailey McLaughlin’s corner kick to break a 1-all tie at the 25:12 mark.

“We did a nice job pressuring the ball in the second half and did more of the little things required to win a soccer game,” Plattsburgh coach Tim Mulligan said.

Ashlee Carper put Plattsburgh in front at 15:28 of the first half and Rachel Knapp answered for AuSable Valley at 22:36.

Both goalkeepers — the Hornets’ Alyssa Salls and the Patriots’ Bryce Douglass — made four saves. Plattsburgh held a 16-8 shot edge.

“Kelsey Senecal and McLaughlin were solid in the back for us,” Mulligan said. “Shea Frady is playing with more confidence every game. She helped create the first goal by beating a defender along the end line and laying it off to Ashlee Carper for the finish.

“Rachel Knapp was strong for AuSable Valley, as was defender Logan Snow.”

Plattsburgh 2, AuSable Valley 1

AuSable Valley 1 0 — 1

Plattsburgh 1 1 — 2

First half- 1, PHS, Carper (Frady), 15:28. 2, AVC, Knapp (Rondeau), 22:36.

Second half- 3, PHS, Frady (McLaughlin), 25:12.

Shots: Plattsburgh 16, AuSable Valley 8.

Saves: Salls, PHS, 4. Douglass, AVC, 4.

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KEENE 1, WESTPORT 0

KEENE — Hanna Whitney’s goal at 9:20 of the second half provided the margin of difference in the Beavers’ victory over the Eagles.

Tucker Geiger recorded the shutout in the Keene nets with five saves and Hannah Looby stopped seven shots for Westport.

“Hanna Whitney had a great goal from right around the 18,” Keene coach Brittany Purdy said.

“Bailey VanNess played a solid game defensively for Keene and Cori-Anne Stoner was strong in the midfield. Brendee Russell played a great all-around game for Westport.”

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