Press-Republican

September 27, 2013

Cougars net three in 2nd half to beat Red Storm


Press-Republican

CHAMPLAIN — Northeastern Clinton broke loose for three second-half goals Thursday night and pulled away to a 3-0 victory over Saranac Lake in Northern Soccer League boys’ soccer action.

“For the first time this year we had a healthy team and it showed by us playing our best game of the year,” Northeastern coach Dale Hawksby said.

“I thought we controlled the middle of the field and our defense shut out a very good Saranac Lake team.”

Following a scoreless first 40 minutes, Austin Tetreault gave the Cougars the lead for good at the 7:38 mark. Garrett Begore then made it 2-0 with a goal at 17:43. Brendan Boutin assisted on both.

Tetreault closed out the scoring with his second goal of the game at 24:55, with Chase Sample assisting.

Brady Vassar made six saves to record the shutout in the Northeastern Clinton nets, and Oliver Holmes stopped nine shots for the Red Storm.

“Garrett Begore and Brendan Boutin played well for us, while David Cluckey and Bradley Shumway did well for Saranac Lake,” Hawksby said.

Northeastern Clinton 3, Saranac Lake 0

Saranac Lake 0 0 — 0

N.Clinton 1 2 — 3

Second half- 1, NCCS, Tetreault (Boutin), 7:38. 2, NCCS, Begore (Boutin), 17:43. 3, NCCS, Tetreault (Sample), 24:55.

Shots: NCCS 17, Saranac Lake 7.

Saves: Vassar, NCCS, 6. Holmes, SL, 9.

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SETON CATHOLIC 1, WESTPORT 0

WESTPORT — Adam Tedford continued to be a problem for NSL opponents as he scored the lone goal of the contest to give the Knights their win.

Kaden Baugh assisted on Tedford’s game-winner, which came with 31:27 gone in the first half.

“Both teams played solid soccer,” Westport coach Mike Davis said.

“We did a nice job containing Adam Tedford for most of the game. But he managed a nice volley late in the first half and that proved to be the game-winner.”

Keagen Briggs was in net to record the shutout with three saves. Sam Napper stopped 14 shots for the Eagles.

Seton Catholic 1, Westport 0

Seton Catholic 1 0 — 1

Westport 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, SC, Tedford (Baugh), 31:27.

Shots: Seton Catholic 15, Westport 6.

Saves: Briggs, SC, 3. Napper, West, 14.

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CHAZY 4, ELIZABETHTOWN-LEWIS 0

ELIZABETHTOWN — Alex Rabideau scored two first-half goals to help lead the Eagles past the Lions.

Josh Barriere opened the scoring with a penalty kick at 10:00.

Rabideau then tallied goals at 29:30 and 34:30 to give Chazy a 3-0 halftime lead. Gage Ducatte assisted on both Rabideau goals.

Tyler Hicks closed out the scoring, with Zach Brothers assisting, with 16:30 gone in the second half.

Austin Gravelle turned away four shots for the shutout as Chazy held a 12-4 advantage in shots on goal.

“Chazy played well and possessed the ball more than we did,” Elizabethtown-Lewis coach Paul Buehler said,

Chazy 4, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0

Chazy 3 1 — 4

E’town-Lewis 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, C, Barriere pk, 10:00. 2, C, Rabideau (Ducatte), 29:30. 3, C, Rabideau (Ducatte), 34:30.

Second half- 4, C, Hicks (Brothers), 16:30.

Shots: Chazy 12, Elizabethtown-Lewis 4.

Saves: Gravelle, C, 4. Lapier, E-L, 8.

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BEEKMANTOWN 4, SARANAC 2

BEEKMANTOWN — The Eagles spread the wealth out in their win over the Chiefs.

Ryan Waterbury and Kyle Constanty scored goals in the first half, while Alex Price, on a penalty kick, and Ian Pummell tallied after intermission.

Beekmantown held a 31-4 shot advantage and Saranac scored on two of its shots, with Brian Menia and Kellen Louis getting the goals.

Matt LaClair was in net for the win with two saves, and Jarrett Wright was busy in goal for Saranac with 16 stops.

Beekmantown 4, Saranac 2

Saranac 1 1 — 2

Beekmantown 2 2 — 4

First half- 1, Beek, Waterbury (Price), 9:33. 2, Sar, Menia (Keysor), 25:34. 3, Beek, Constanty (Pummell), 29:00.

Second half- 4, Beek, Price pk, 3:06. 5, Beek, Pummell (Munson), 14:24. 6, Sar, Louis (Fall), 23:46.

Shots: Beekmantown 31, Saranac 4.

Saves: LaClair, Beek, 2. Wright, Sar, 16.

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MINERVA/NEWCOMB 3, CROWN POINT 2, OT

CROWN POINT — The Panthers outshot the Mountaineers by a combined 11-1 margin in the second half and overtime.

Minerva/Newcomb, however, made good on its one shot when Kaleb Helms tallied the game-winning goal with 4:00 gone in the first extra session.

Aaron DeLoria and Daghan Karaali, on a penalty kick, staked the Mountaineers to a 2-0 lead in the first half before Noah Macey answered for Crown Point late in the half.

Chance Potter then pulled the Panthers even with 25:00 gone in the second stanza.

Alex Ruzbacki preserved the victory in net for the Mountaineers with 15 saves.

Minerva/Newcomb 3, Crown Point 2, OT

Minerva/New. 2 0 1 — 3

Crown Point 1 1 0 — 2

First half- 1, M/N, DeLoria (Karaali), 6:15. 2, M/N, Karaali pk, 22:53. 3, CP, Macey, 35:59.

Second half- 4, CP, Potter (Macey), 25:00.

First overtime- 5, M/N, Helms, 4:00.

Shots: Crown Point 21, Minerva/Newcomb 9.

Saves: Crowningshield, CP, 3. Ruzbacki, M/N, 15.

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NORTHERN ADIRONDACK 5, WILLSBORO 1

WILLSBORO — Ryan Manion scored three second-half goals to help the Bobcats pull away.

In fact, all the scoring in the game was done in the final 40 minutes as Cory LaFountain and Alden Kerr also tallied for Northern Adirondack. Bryce LaBarge assisted on three of the five Northern Adirondack goals.

Nick Arnold scored the lone goal for Willsboro as Ethan King stopped seven of eight shots in the Bobcats’ nets.

“NAC really finished their scoring opportunities in the second half,” Willsboro coach Andrew Lee said. “We gave them too much space, and they were able to take advantage of it.”

Northern Adirondack 5, Willsboro 1

N. Adirondack 0 5 — 5

Willsboro 0 1 — 1

Second half- 1, NAC, Manion (LaBarge), 2:26. 2, NAC, LaFountain (LaBarge), 9:21. 3, NAC, Manion (Kellett), 15:03. 4, NAC, Manion (LaBarge), 20:06. 5, Wills, Arnold (Fine-Lease), 35:59. 6, NAC, Kerr (Martinez), 36:16.

Shots: Northern Adirondack 15, Willsboro 8.

Saves: King, NAC, 7. Cross, Wills, 9.

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SCHROON LAKE 1, JOHNSBURG 0

NORTH CREEK — Austin Armstrong, with Tanner Stone assisting, scored the lone goal with 27:36 gone in the second half to give the Wildcats their victory.

Caleb Maisonville posted the shutout in net for Schroon Lake with seven saves.

Ty Berg stopped 11 shots in goal for the Jaguars, who were outshot by a 14-9 margin.

Schroon Lake 1, Johnsburg 0

Schroon Lake 0 1 — 1

Johnsburg 0 0 — 0

Second half- 1, SL, Armstrong (Stone), 27:36.

Shots: Schroon Lake 14, Johnsburg 9.

Saves: Maisonville, SL, 7. Berg, J, 11.

NAC

CHATEAUGAY 2, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0

CHATEAUGAY — Chad Stalter scored a goal and assisted on another to power the Bulldogs (5-1, 5-1) in Northern Athletic Conference play.

Stalter assisted on Chateaugay’s first goal, which came 11:31 into the half. The goal was scored by Bulldogs’ sweeper Jordan Martin, who tallied his first varsity goal.

“Jordan plays sweeper for us and does a great job,” Chateaugay coach Bob Ouimet said. “Every once in a while, he makes a run up the field.”

Chateaugay added the insurance with 2:32 remaining in the half when Stalter headed in Nick Ashline’s cross.

Josh Trombley made two saves in net for the shutout as Chateaugay held an 18-3 edge in shots on goal.

“We played a great game and got all 19 players in the game in the first half,” Ouimet said. “We kept control of the game.”

Chateaugay 2, Norwood-Norfolk 0

Norwood-Norfolk 0 0 — 0

Chateaugay 2 0 — 2

First half- 1, C, Martin (Stalter), 11:31. 2, C, Stalter (Ashline), 37:28.

Shots: Chateaugay 18, Norwood-Norfolk 3.

Saves: Waite, C, 5. Trombley, N-N, 2.

GIRLS

CHATEAUGAY 4, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 1

PARISHVILLE — Danielle Charland scored two goals, while Katie Beach added a goal and two assists for the Bulldogs (6-0).

Charland, Alicia Cook and Beach, on a penalty kick, all scored in the first half to give the Bulldogs a 3-0 lead.

Cassaro Cole tallied for the hosts (6-2) early in the second half before Charland answered for Chateaugay at the 27:48 mark.

Kennedy Boyea (4) and Abby Cowan (1) combined for five saves in the Bulldogs’ nets.

“Hannah Cook controlled the middle of the field, while Taylor Winch, Courtney Yando and Emily Dwyer did a good job marking,” Chateaugay coach Steve Lang said. “We’re now 6-0 and they’re 6-2, so it was a big win for us against a good team.”

Chateaugay 4, Parishville-Hopkinton 1

Chateaugay 3 1 — 4

Parishville-Hop. 0 1 — 1

First half- 1, C, Charland (Barnes), 3:49. 2, C, A. Cook (Beach), 17:01. 3, C, Beach pk, 28:00.

Second half- 4, P-H, Cole (Perkins), 3:45. 5, C, Charland (Beach), 27:48.

Shots: Chateaugay 15, Parishville-Hopkinton 8.

Saves: Boyea (4), Cowan (1), C, 5. Wilson, P-H, 8.