KEENE — Alex Shaughnessy of Schroon Lake tied Thursday’s Northern Soccer League boys’ game in the second half, and the Wildcats and Keene settled for a 1-1 tie.
Gabe Warner, with Colton Venner assisting, gave Keene the lead with 13:30 gone in the second half.
But Schroon Lake forced overtime when Shaughnessy scored from Bobby Rose at the 24:40 mark.
The Wildcats held a 14-11 shot advantage, with Caleb Maisonville in net for Schroon Lake and Brandon Dumas for Keene.
“It was a hard-fought game and both teams played well,” Keene coach Charlie Platt said. “Rose and Branden Hall played well for Schroon Lake, while Brandon Dumas and Miles Warner had strong games for Keene.”
Schroon Lake 1, Keene 1 (OT)
Schroon Lake 0 1 0 0 — 1
Keene 0 1 0 0 — 1
Second half- 1, K. Warner (Venner), 13:30. 2, SL, Shaughnessy (Rose), 24:40.
Shots: Schroon Lake 14, Keene 11.
Saves: Maisonville, SL, 10. Dumas, K, 13.
Chazy 4, Northern Adirondack 2
ELLENBURG — Chazy jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first seven minutes of the game and held on for a victory in the completion of a Sept. 11 suspended game.
The contest was stopped with 10:16 remaining in the first half with the Eagles holding a 3-2 advantage. The remainder of the game was played on Thursday.
Goals by Alec Lapierre, Gage Ducatte and Josh Barriere gave Chazy an early 3-0 lead before Alden Kerr and Cory LaFountain tallied for the Bobcats later in the half to bring it to within 3-2.
Barriere scored the lone goal in the second half on a penalty kick.
Trent Blais made five saves in the Chazy nets, and Ethan King had nine stops for Northern Adirondack.
“Both teams played hard defensively and found scoring difficult in the second half,” Northern Adirondack coach Pat Kelleher said. “All in all, it was a well-played game that was fun to watch.”
Chazy 4, Northern Adirondack 2
Chazy 3 1 — 4
NoAdirondack 2 0 — 2
First half- 1, C, Lapierre, 4:20. 2, C, Ducatte, 4:58. 3, C, Barriere, 7:01. 4, NAC, Kerr, 23:11. 5, NAC, LaFountain, 29:54.
Second half- 6, C, Barriere pk, 5:19.
Shots: Chazy 17, Northern Adirondack 10.
Saves: Blais, C, 5. King, NAC, 9.
CLINTONVILLE — Will Tomkins’ goal with 1:21 left in the first half broke a 1-all tie and helped send the Lions to a nonleague win over the Patriots.
Hugh Harwood gave Elizabethtown-Lewis the lead with 15:31 gone in the first half, only to have Nate Devins answer for AuSable Valley with 4:51 left in the half.
Tomkins put the Lions ahead to stay a little later, and Austin Morris then added a second-half goal for Elizabethtown-Lewis.
Justin Lapier stopped five shots in the Lions’ nets, and Jimmy Provost made eight saves for the Patriots.
“The guys played well tonight despite all the injuries we have sustained the past two weeks,” AuSable Valley coach Bob Hamilton said. “Congratulations to our seniors Austin Facteau, Elias Smith and Jimmy Provost, who celebrated Senior Night. Nate Devins, Riley Taylor and Lucas Finnegan played great games for us.
“Elizabethtown is very fast and was able to finish on some breakaways. They should do well in the playoffs.”
Elizabethtown-Lewis 3, AuSable Valley 1
Elizabethtown-Lewis 2 1 — 3
AuSable Valley 1 0 — 1
First half- 1, EL, Harwood (Turner), 15:31. 2, AVC, Devins, 35:09. 3, EL, Tomkins (Turner), 38:39.
Second half- 3, EL, A. Morris, 10:47.
Shots: Elizabethtown-Lewis 12, AuSable Valley 7.
Saves: Lapier, EL, 5. Provost, AVC, 8.
WELLS — Matt Michienzi found the net 3:09 into overtime to lift the Indians to a win.
Raymond assisted on the winning goal. Ben Brennan made eight saves for Wells in the win.
The Indians took a 2-0 lead into halftime after Adrian Collado tallied at 5:25 and Michienzi scored a little more than a minute later. But Noah Macey tied it up in the second with two goals, both assisted by Joe Foote.
Brendan Crowningshield stopped 14 shots for Crown Point.
Wells 3, Crown Point 2 (OT)
Crown Point 0 2 0 — 2
Wells 2 0 1 — 3
First half- 1, W, Collado (Weaver), 5:25. 2, W, Michienzi (Chicoski), 6:47.
Second half- 3, CP, Macey (Foote), 6:42. 4, CP, Macey (Foote), 31:26.
Overtime- 5, Wells, Michienzi (Raymond), 3:09.
Shots: Crown Point 11, Wells 18.
Saves: Crowningshield, CP, 14. Brennan, Wells, 8.
PERU 8, AUSABLE VALLEY 0
CLINTONVILLE — Jacob Dick tallied the Indians’ first four goals and added one more in the second half to power them to a win in their final regular-season game.
Jonathan Plessis-Belair scored two goals for Peru and assisted on two others, and Zach Hamilton netted the final goal. Ethan Brown earned two assists.
Guy Loveless stopped three shots to pick up the shutout. Jimmy Provost made 16 saves for AuSable Valley.
Peru 8, AuSable Valley 0
Peru 5 3 — 8
AuSable Valley 0 0 — 0
First half – 1, P, Ja. Dick (Plessis-Belair), 0:58. 2, P, Ja. Dick (Matthews), 17:31. 3, P, Ja. Dick, pk, 22:03. 4, P, Ja. Dick (Plessis-Belair), 22:30. 5, P, Plessis-Belair (Beaudette), 33:29.
Second half- 6, P, Plessis-Belair (Mills), 2:04. 7, P, Ja. Dick (Brown), 17:42. 8, P, Hamilton (Brown), 24:56.
Shots: Peru 28, AuSable 7.
Saves: Loveless, P, 3. Provost, AV, 16.
Chateaugay 3, Madrid-Waddington 0
MADRID — Danielle Charland scored two goals Thursday and the Chateaugay girls’ soccer team continued its winning ways with a 3-0 decision over Madrid-Waddington in Northern Athletic Conference play.
The Bulldogs (13-0-1) can wrap up their division championship with a good showing at home against Parishville-Hopkinton on Monday.
Charland scored the lone goal in the first half. She added her second goal in the second stanza, and Hannah Cook, who assisted on Charland’s first goal, closed out the scoring at the midway point of the second.
Kennedy Boyea was in net for the shutout with four saves as Chateaugay held a 19-6 edge in shots. Arianna Ramsey made 13 stops for the Yellowjackets.
The Bulldogs got another strong defensive effort, led by Abby Barnes and Taylor Winch. Rachel Young and Alicia Cook were standouts as outside midfielders.
Chateaugay 3, Madrid-Waddington 0
Chateaugay 1 2 — 3
Madrid-Waddington 0 0 — 0
First half- 1, C, Charland (H. Cook), 19:20.
Second half- 2, C, Charland (B. Cook), 3:08. 3, C, H. Cook (Barnes), 22:10.
Shots: Chateaugay 19, Madrid-Waddington 6.
Saves: Boyea, C, 4. Ramsey, M-W, 13.
CROWN POINT 2, WILLSBORO 0
CROWN POINT — Hunter Spaulding scored goals less than three minutes apart in the first half to give the Crown Point girls a victory in Northern Soccer League play.
Spaulding opened the scoring, with Kayli Stone assisting, with 10:12 gone in the opening half and then added an unassisted goal at the 12:41 mark.
The Panthers held a 16-6 shot advantage, and Amanda Wolf was in net for the shutout with six saves. Andrea O’Hare and Rachel Burt combined for 12 stops in goal for the Warriors.
Crown Point 2, Willsboro 0
Willsboro 0 0 — 0
Crown Point 2 0 — 2
First half- 1, CP, Spaulding (Stone), 10:12. 2, CP, Spaulding, 12:41.
Shots: Crown Point 16, Willsboro 6.
Saves: Wolf, CP, 6. O’Hare (5), Burt (7), Wills, 12.