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.



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.



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.”

Northern Adirondack 4, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0

Elizabethtown-Lewis 0 0 — 0

Northern Adirondack 2 2 — 4

First half- 1, NAC, Mak. Magee (Boulrice), 19:21. 2, NAC, Warick (Mag. Magee), 38:56.

Second half- 3, NAC, Venne (Mag. Magee), 1:50. 4, NAC, Lashway (Durnin), 28:12.

Shots: Northern Adirondack 23, Elizabethtown-Lewis 5.

Saves: Lashway (2), Lambert (1), NAC, 3. Disogra, E-L, 19.



SARANAC LAKE — Rachel Sheldrick scored both goals and Lindsey Bushey assisted on both as the Indians edged the Red Storm.

Jenny Ward tallied the lone Saranac Lake goal.

Emily Larsen made five saves in the Peru nets, and Sheila Decker stopped 14 shots for Saranac Lake.

“I thought Lidia Greselin played great on defense and Sam Spear was strong in the midfield for Peru,” Saranac Lake coach Amanda Zullo said.

“Brooke Walker and Sienna Daviau stepped into huge roles for Saranac Lake on defense. Sheila Decker demonstrated greater leadership in goal. Logan Hochwald controlled the field for us, helping to set up Jenny Ward and Cecily Decker on offense.

Peru 2, Saranac Lake 1

Peru 1 1 — 2

Saranac Lake 0 1 — 1

First half- 1, P, Sheldrick (Bushey), 28:11.

Second half- 2, P, Sheldrick (Bushey), 24:18. 3, SL, Ward (Hochwald).

Shots: Peru 17, Saranac Lake 10.

Saves: Larsen, P, 5. Decker, SL, 14.



LAKE PLACID — The Sentinels took just four shots on goal but made half of them count.

Savannah Bezon gave Ticonderoga the lead at 39:28 of the first half, with Haleigh Wright assisting.

Kylie Austin, who played a strong game in the middle, put the Sentinels up 2-0 with 9:48 gone in the second half. Lexi Moore added the assist.

Sadie Hamel was in net for the shutout with eight saves as the Blue Bombers held a 9-4 advantage in shots.

Ticonderoga 2, Lake Placid 0

Ticonderoga 1 1 — 2

Lake Placid 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, Ti, Bezon (Wright), 39:28.

Second half- 2, Ti, Austin (Moore), 9:48.

Shots: Lake Placid 9, Ticonderoga 4.

Saves: Stanton, LP, 2. Hamel, Ti, 8.



WILLSBORO — Maddy Murnane and Ashley Carpenter accounted for a goal and assist each in the Knights’ shutout of the Warriors.

Olivia Nachbauer’s goal gave Seton Catholic a 1-0 lead in the first half.

Carpenter and Murnane then added second-half goals to help the Knights pull away.

Kelli Ryan was in net for the shutout with six saves, and Stephanie Blanchard finished with 16 stops for Willsboro.

“Carpenter, Paige Spittler and Murnane all had great games for them,” Willsboro coach Mike Douglas said. “It was our senior game and all six of our seniors — Taylor Crowningshield, Kathryn Belzile, Kelsey Sloper, Gabi Yeager, Bridget Moran and Tiffani Tromblee — played their hearts out.”

Seton Catholic 3, Willsboro 0

Seton Catholic 1 2 — 3

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, SC, O. Nachbauer (Murnane), 31:13.

Second half- 2, SC, Carpenter, 17:28. 3, SC, Murnane (Carpenter), 34:08.

Shots: Seton Catholic 24, Willsboro 7.

Saves: Ryan, SC, 6. Blanchard, Wills, 16.



WESTPORT — Christy McGuinness scored the game-winning goal in the evenly-played contest.

Brittany Foote assisted on McGuinness’ goal, which came at the 30:16 mark of the first half.

Amanda Wolf was in net for the shutout with five saves, and Hannah Looby stopped five shots for the Eagles. The Panthers held a slim 7-6 shot advantage.

Crown Point 1, Westport 0

Crown Point 1 0 — 1

Westport 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, CP, McGuinness (Foote), 30:16.

Shots: Crown Point 7, Westport 6.

Saves: Wolf, CP, 5. H. Looby, West, 5.



NORTH CREEK — Tori Glover, Laura Richards and Taylor Dwyer, on a penalty kick, all scored goals in the second half for the Jaguars.

Molly Wisser gave the Wildcats the lead with 25:00 gone in the game. Valeri Gereau, however, tied it for Johnsburg with 10:24 left in the half.

Glover’s goal, which came four minutes into the second half, broke a 1-all tie and put the Jaguars ahead to stay.

Jamie Bruce made eight saves in the Johnsburg nets.

Johnsburg 4, Schroon Lake 1

Schroon Lake 1 0 — 1

Johnsburg 1 3 — 4

First half- 1, SL, Wisser, 25:00. 2, J, Gereau, 29:36.

Second half- 3, J, Glover (Denno), 4:00. 4, J, Richards, 20:58. 5, J, Dwyer pk, 30:11.

Shots: Schroon Lake 16, Johnsburg 9.

Saves: Finnerty, SL, 12. Bruce, J, 8.




CHATEAUGAY — The Bulldogs (11-0-1) broke loose for five goals in the second half to pull away from the Colts (4-6-2) in Northern Athletic Conference action.

Hannah Cook and Danielle Charland scored two goals each, while Danielle Cook and Briana Cook each added one. Hannah Cook’s first goal was the lone score in the opening half.

Katie Beach assisted on three Chateaugay goals, while Charland added two assists and Alicia Cook one. Kennedy Boyea recorded two saves in net to earn the shutout as the Bulldogs held a 28-4 shot advantage.

The Bulldogs got strong play from Abby Barnes on defense and Alicia Cook and Rachel Young in the midfield.

Chateaugay 6, Colton-Pierrepont 0

Colton-Pierrepont 0 0 — 0

Chateaugay 1 5 — 6

First half- 1, C, H. Cook (A. Cook), 27:34.

Second half- 2, C, H. Cook (Charland), 4:20. 3, C, D. Cook (Charland), 18:26. 4, C, Charland (Beach), 24:39. 5, C, B. Cook (Beach), 34:41. 6, C, Charland (Beach), 35:39.

Shots: Chateaugay 28, Colton-Pierrepont 4.

Saves: Boyea, C, 2. Miller, C-P, 18.



Beekmantown 2, Northeastern Clinton 0

CHAMPLAIN — The Price was right Thursday night.

Alex Price scored both goals as the Eagles downed the Cougars in Northern Soccer League boys’ play.

Ryan Waterbury assisted on Price’s first goal, which came at 18:10 of the first half.

Price then made it a two-goal game at 8:41 of the second half, with the assist going to Skye Dominy.

The Eagles outshot the Cougars 13-7, and Matt LaClair posted the shutout with five saves. Brady Vassar made seven stops for the Cougars.

Beekmantown 2,

Northeastern Clinton 0

Beekmantown 1 1 — 2

Northeastern Clinton 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, Beek, Price (Waterbury), 18:10.

Second half- 2, Beek, Price (Dominy), 8:41.

Shots: Beekmantown 13, NCCS 7.

Saves: LaClair, Beek, 5. Vassar, NCCS, 7.




LAKE PLACID — The Eagles fell behind early and then had to settle for an overtime tie with the Blue Bombers.

Nzoni Thompson gave Lake Placid the lead just 51 seconds into the game with Andrew Meister assisting. Meister’s pass sent Thompson in alone on Chazy keeper Trent Blais.

Chazy then tied it at the 28:13 mark when Alex Rabideau sent a through ball to Tyler Hicks, who took advantage of a Lake Placid defensive breakdown.

Neither team was able to score the rest of the way as Blais finished with four saves for the Eagles and Chris Kordziel five for the Blue Bombers.

“Chazy’s passing is as good as it gets, and we worked hard to limit the time and space they had,” Lake Placid coach Stuart Hemsley said. “We tried and managed to play ourselves but were not going to try to outplay the Barcelona of the NSL.

“Chris Kordziel made some crucial saves. Chazy’s aerial power with Alec Lapierre and Zach Brothers caused the Bombers problems on corner and free kicks, while Tucker Angelopolous starred on defense for Lake Placid.”

Chazy 1, Lake Placid 1 (OT)

Chazy 1 0 0 0 — 1

Lake Placid 1 0 0 0 — 1

First half- 1, LP, Thompson (Meister), :51. 2, C, Hicks (Rabideau), 28:13.

Shots: Chazy 7, Lake Placid 5.

Saves: Blais, C, 4. Kordziel, LP, 5.