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October 11, 2013

Rowe lifts Cougars over Hornets in girls' NSL

PLATTSBURGH — Shaylyn Rowe scored the only goal just 3:24 into the game Thursday night as Northeastern Clinton edged Plattsburgh High 1-0 in Northern Soccer League girls’ action.

Maddie Tucker assisted on the game-winning goal, which came off a rebound in front of the Hornets’ net.

The shutout in net went to Christina Paola, who made five saves. Alyssa Salls stopped seven shots for Plattsburgh.

Tucker and Katie Matott were standouts on the Northeastern Clinton side, while Plattsburgh received strong performances from Brooke Knight, Adrienne Nye and Hailey McLaughlin.

Northeastern Clinton 1, Plattsburgh 0

Northeastern Clinton 1 0 — 1

Plattsburgh 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, NCCS, Rowe (Tucker), 3:24.

Shots: Plattsburgh 10, NCCS 8.

Saves: Salls, PHS, 7. Paola, NCCS, 5.

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CHAZY 3, MORIAH 2

PORT HENRY — Rachel Pombrio and Kinnan Latremore scored goals in the first four minutes of the second half to lead the Eagles.

Pombrio broke a 1-all tie with 2:18 gone in the second half and Latremore than scored what proved to be the margin of difference at 3:09.

Samantha Ida’s goal at 16:46 pulled the Vikings back to within a goal.

Hannah Laurin gave Chazy an early lead with 6:43 gone in the first half, only to have Taylor Sprague answer for Moriah at the 30:04 mark.

Chazy 3, Moriah 2

Chazy 1 2 — 3

Moriah 1 1 — 2

First half- 1, C. H. Laurin (Gonyo), 6:43. 2, Mor, Sprague, 30:04.

Second half- 3, C, Pombrio, 2:18. 4, C, Latremore (Pombrio), 3:09. 5, Mor, Ida (Speshock), 16:46.

Shots: Chazy 15, Moriah 10.

Saves: Baker (5), LaPier (1), C, 6. Cross, Mor, 9.

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NORTHERN ADIRONDACK 4, ELIZABETHTOWN-LEWIS 0

ELLENBURG — The Bobcats received goals from four different players in their win over the Lions.

Makenna Magee and Elle Warick scored in the first half, while Rachael Venne and Anna Lashway tallied after intermission.

Lashway (2) and Avery Lambert (1) combined for the shutout in net with three saves. Emma Disogra was busy in the Elizabethtown-Lewis nets with 19 stops.

“Elizabethtown-Lewis played tough to the very end of the game,” Northern Adirondack coach Sharon Relation said. “We started out flat but were able to pick up the tempo and get into our passing game, which led to goals.”

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