Press-Republican

October 3, 2013

Rabideau's goal rescues Chazy against NAC


Press-Republican

CHAZY — Chazy, ranked No. 1 in the state in Class D, received a scare from Northern Adirondack Wednesday.

Alex Rabideau, though, scored with 4:29 left in the first half to give the Eagles a 1-0 victory in boys’ Northern Soccer League action.

Chazy led the way in shots, outshooting the Bobcats 19-3 in the game. But, the Eagles had a difficult time getting one past Northern Adirondack’s Ethan King.

The netminder made 15 saves on the night.

“We had a strong game from Alex Rabideau,” Chazy coach Rob McAuliffe said. “Ethan King made some outstanding saves in goal for NAC.”

Rabideau broke the scoreless tie at the 35:31 mark of the first half with Zach Brothers collecting the assist.

Austin Gravelle (2) and Trent Blais (1) stopped all three shots the Eagles faced.

Chazy 1, Northern Adirondack 0

Northern Adirondack 0 0 — 0

Chazy 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, C, Rabideau (Brothers), 35:31.

Shots: Chazy 19, Northern Adironack 3.

Saves: King, NAC, 15. Gravelle (2), Blais (1), C, 3.

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ELIZABETHTOWN-LEWIS 2, WILLSBORO 1 (OT)

WILLSBORO — Caleb Denton was able to get past the Warrior defense and sneak one into the back of the net to lift the Lions to victory in overtime.

Will Tomkins gave Elizabethtown-Lewis a lead at the 5:49 mark of the first half with Joel Morris collecting the assist.

The lead stood until Seth Swires connected at 10:27 of the second half, which forced overtime.

Austin Morris sent a pass from the top of the box in to Denton, who got past the defense and sent one into the back of the net capture the victory.

“It was Senior Day and Seth Swires, Nick Arnold and Jarrid McVicker played with great effort and attitude,” Willsboro coach Andrew Lee said. “I liked my team’s effort and competitive drive (Wednesday). We have been missing that lately and I think this was a good game for us, even though the outcome didn’t go our way.”

Lucas Cross suffered the loss in net, turning away 12 shots. Justin Lapier picked up the victory for the Lions, making five saves.

Elizabethtown-Lewis 2, Willsboro 1 (OT)

Elizabethtown-Lewis 1 0 1 — 1

Willsboro 0 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, E-L, Tomkins (J. Morris), 5:49.

Second half- 2, Wills, Swires, 10:27.

First overtime- 3, E-L, Denton (A. Morris), 1:55.

Shots: Elizabethtown-Lewis 15, Willsboro 7.

Saves: Cross, Wills, 12. Lapier, E-L, 5.

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SCHROON LAKE 4, WELLS 2

SCHROON LAKE — Justin Lough scored two goals and assisted on another as the Wildcats defeated the Indians in a Div. III showdown.

Branden Hall and Alex Shaughnessy both finished with a goal and an assist for Schroon Lake. Bobby Rose also had a strong game.

“This was a matchup of the top two teams in Division III,” Wildcats coach Lee Silvernail said. “We were able to control play by winning the battle of the midfield. This setup some great scoring opportunities that we were able to take advantage of.”

Nick Taylor and Ken Chicoski added second-half goals for Wells.

Schroon Lake’s Caleb Maisonville and the Indians’ Ben Brenan each had eight saves in net.

Schroon Lake 4, Wells 2

Wells 0 2 — 2

Schroon Lake 2 2 — 4

First half- 1, SL, Lough (Hall), 12:11. 2, SL, Hall (Lough), 16:45.

Second half- 3, SL, Lough (Shaughnessy), 10:04. 4, SL, Shaughnessy, 17:04. 5, W, Taylor, 26:20. 6, W, Chicoski, 30:45.

Shots: Schroon Lake 16, Wells 10.

Saves: Maisonville, SL, 8. Brenan, W, 8.

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INDIAN LAKE/LONG LAKE 1, JOHNSBURG 0

INDIAN LAKE — Shane Short’s first-half goal proved to be the lone goal of the game as the Orange defeated the Jaguars.

Lance Gocke assisted on Short’s game-winner.

The Jaguars outshot Indian Lake/Long Lake, 16-8, but were not able to get one past the combination of Henry Sandiford and Carl Friedricks.

Sandiford and Friedricks combined for 16 saves to share the shutout. Ty Berg made seven saves in the los for Johnsburg.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 1, Johnsburg 0

Johnsburg 0 0 — 0

Indian Lake/Long Lake 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, IL/LL, Short (Gocke).

Shots: Indian Lake/Long Lake 8, Johnsburg 16.

Saves: Sandiford, Friedricks, IL/LL, 16. Berg, J, 7.

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CROWN POINT 4, KEENE 2

CROWN POINT — Judd DeBrobander scored a pair of goals as the Panthers doubled up the Beavers.

DeBrobander scored the second goal of the first half and the first goal of the second half, which gave Crown Point a 4-0 lead at the time.

Joe Foote finished with a goal and an assist, while Chad Stephens netted his first goal on a header off a corner kick. Chance Potter, Jordan McIntosh and Noah Macey all chipped in with assists.

Keene, though, battled back with two goals late in the game — both coming off the foot of Harry Joanette. Colton Venner contributed an assist.

Brendan Crowningshiled made five saves for the victory. Brandon Dumas stopped eight shots in the loss.

Crown Point 4, Keene 2

Keene 0 2 — 2

Crown Point 3 1 — 4

First half- 1, CP, Foote (Macey), 26:27. 2, CP, DeBrobander (Potter), 27:03. 3, CP, Stephens (Foote), 35:53.

Second half- 4, CP, DeBrobander (McIntosh), 11:04. 5, K, Joanette, 29:14. 6, K, Joanette (Venner), 30:01.

Shots: Crown Point 23, Keene 11.

Saves: Crowningshield, CP, 5. Dumas, K, 8.

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PERU 4, SARANAC 1

SARANAC — Ian Spear scored three goals as the Indians knocked off the Chiefs.

Peru pelted Saranac goalkeeper Jarrett Wright with shots during the game, but Wright held tough and turned away 20.

The Indians outshot the Chiefs, 36-5.

“Peru came out to win,” Saranac coach James Testo said. “Peru came out in the second half with wave after wave of midfield and forward attacks. We struggled holding them and finding the net on our offensive side of the field.”

Jacob Dick added a goal and an assist for the Indians, while Jonathan Plessis-Belair finished with a pair of assists.

Caleb Keysor scored the lone goal of the game for the Chiefs.

Guy Loveless captured the win in net for Peru, making four saves.

Peru 4, Saranac 1

Peru 2 2 — 4

Saranac 0 1 — 1

First half- 1, P, Spear (Plessis-Belair), 18:10. 2, P, Ja. Dick, 37:31.

Second half- 3, Sar, Keysor, 3:55. 4, P, Spear (Ja. Dick), 10:54. 5, P, Spear (Plessis-Belair), 31:18.

Shots: Peru 36, Saranac 5.

Saves: Wright, Sar, 20. Loveless, P, 4.

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SARANAC LAKE 5, AUSABLE VALLEY 1

SARANAC LAKE — The Red Storm scored five second-half goals to take down the Patriots.

After a scoreless first half, AuSable Valley’s Riley Taylor opened the scoring at 12:43 of the second half on an assist from Alex Knapp.

“I have to give a ton of credit to AuSable Valley for coming out in the second half and taking the lead in the game.” Saranac Lake coach Joshua Marlow said. “We were asleep prior to that point and that goal really got us into the mindset we needed to be in.”

And wake up the Red Storm did.

Saranac Lake scored five goals in a span of 12 minutes, 38 seconds. David Cluckey finished with two, while Devin Cowan, Aaron Noel and Shawn Snyder each tallied one.

Noel and Cowan also added assists, as did Jeremy Barge and Bradley Shumway.

“I thought that AuSable’s Jimmy Provost played a really good game for them in net. He made a lot of big plays,” Marlow said.

“I’m proud of our guys. We have that extra gear when we choose to use it. I’ve been waiting all season for that surge; it was nice to finally see it.”

Provost finished with 12 saves for the Patriots. Oliver Holmes turned away three for Saranac Lake. Logan Wood had a strong game for the Red Storm.

Saranac Lake 5, AuSable Valley 1

AuSable Valley 0 1 — 1

Saranac Lake 0 5 — 5

Second half- 1, AVC, Taylor (Knapp), 12:43. 2, SL, Cowan (Noel), 22:09. 3, SL, Noel, 23:25. 4, SL, Cluckey (Shumway), 24:06. 5, SL. Cluckey (Cowan), 27:20. 6, SL, Snyder (Barge), 34:47.

Shots: Saranac Lake 25, AuSable Valley 4.

Saves: Holmes, SL, 3. Provost, AVC, 12.

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CHATAEUGAY 3, TUPPER LAKE 0

TUPPER LAKE — Hannah Cook scored a pair of goals as the Bulldogs shut out the Lumberjacks.

Brianna Cook added a goal and an assist, while Katie Beach finished with two assists. Hailey Tower chipped in with an assist for Chateaugay (8-0-1).

“We controlled the whole game,” Bulldogs coach Steve Lang said. “It was a good team effort controlling the game throughout.”

Beach, Tower and Brianna Cook were strong on the line, while Abby Barnes was a standout on defense.

Brooke Dewyea kept Tupper Lake (4-5-1) in the game, turning away 17 shots.

Kenendy Boyea grabbed a shutout in net for the Bulldogs, not needing to make a save.

Chateaugay 3, Tupper Lake 0

Chateaugay 2 1 — 3

Tupper Lake 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, C, B. Cook (Tower, Beach), 17:20. 2, C, H. Cook (B. Cook), 27:30.

Second half- 3, C, H. Cook (Beach), 12:12.

Shots: Chateaugay 23, Tupper Lake 3.

Saves: Dewyea, TL, 17. Boyea, C, 0.