October 6, 2012

PHS holds off Peru in OT


---- — PERU — Olivia Carlsson’s goal in double overtime held as Plattsburgh High beat Peru 2-1 in girls’ Northern Soccer League play Friday.

Ashley Carpenter put Peru on the board 32 minutes into the first half off a header from a Lindsey Bushey direct kick.

With a one-goal deficit at halftime, Plattsburgh’s Adrienne Nye scored the equalizer from Brooke Knight with 11 minutes left.

After a scoreless first overtime, Carlsson fired a shot from 18 yards out to beat Peru’s keeper Shannon Bombard. Though the result wasn’t ideal, Peru coach Jackie Sullivan said she couldn’t ask for a better game from her players.

“This is a how a PHS/Peru game is supposed to be played,” Sullivan said. “Today’s game was very, very physical. Our defense held together and I was happy with our girls played with their individual matchups.”

Hornet keeper Karlie Neale collected 17 saves for the win while Bombard made 14 saves for the Indians.

Plattsburgh 2, Peru 1 (OT)

Plattsburgh 0 1 0 1 — 2

Peru 1 0 0 0 — 1

First half- 1, P, Carpenter (Bushey), 32:44.

Second half- 2, PHS, Nye (Knight), 29:00.

Second overtime, 3, Carlsson, 8:00.

Shots: Plattsburgh 16, Peru 18

Saves: Neale, PHS, 17. Bombard, P, 14


Chazy 1, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0

ELIZABETHTOWN — Megan Reynolds scored with three minutes left in regulation as Chazy edged out Elizabethtown-Lewis.

After a first half possessed mostly by Chazy, Elizabethtown-Lewis evened out the play for the last half. On a throw in, Hannah Laurin passed the ball up field to Reynolds who beat a Lion defender and fired a shot to the upper right corner of the net from 18 yards out.

“We got outplayed in the first half, but bounced and made a run in the second,” Elizabethtown-Lewis coach Steve Denton said. “I was real happy with our defensive play. I thought Kylee Cassavaugh, Shonna Brooks and Crystal Grady had a good game.”

Logan Baker had a two-save shutout while Kearsten Ashline made 14 saves for Elizabethtown-Lewis.

Chazy 1, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0

Chazy 0 1 — 1

Elizabethtown-Lewis 0 0 — 0

Second half- 1, C, Reynolds (Laurin), 36:34.

Shots: Chazy 18, Elizabethtown-Lewis 5

Saves: Baker, C, 2. Ashline, E-L, 14


Ticonderoga 2, Seton Catholic 1

TICONDEROGA — The Sentinels survived a late scare as Seton Catholic rang the potential tying goal off the post with 10 seconds left, giving Ticonderoga the 2-1 win.

Andrea Rich opened the scoring for Ticonderoga in the first half with a goal five minutes in. Paige Spittler responded for Seton Catholic later in the half to tie the game at 1-1.

With 33 minutes gone in the second half, the Sentinels took the lead with a score from Mckenna Kelly.

“We outplayed them the first 10 minutes, then they came back and outplayed us,” Ticonderoga coach Kathy Tubbs said. “Our second goal was a scramble in front of the net that we were fortunate to get in.”

Megan Campney had five saves for the win while Kelli Ryan stopped 10 shots in the loss.

Ticonderoga 2, Seton Catholic 1

Ticonderoga 1 1 — 2

Seton Catholic 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, T, Rich (Cooper), 5:36. 2, SC, Spittler (Egan), 36:41.

Second half- 3, T, Kelly, 33:48.

Shots: Ticonderoga 14, Seton Catholic 19

Saves: Campney, T, 5. Ryan, SC, 10


Beekmantown 2, Saranac 0

BEEKMANTOWN — Kallie Villemaire and Shanae Jodoin scored second-half goals for the Eagles (8-0-2, 7-0-2) in their victory over the Chiefs.

Villemaire tallied off a Courtney Wilson corner kick to open the scoring with 18:18 gone in the second half.

Then, with 2:23 left in regulation, Jodoin took a thru ball from Villemaire and added the finishing touch.

Lauren O’Conner made four saves in net for the shutout and Jamie Favreau stopped 10 shots for Saranac. The Eagles held a 19-7 shot advantage.

Amanda Peterson played a strong defensive game at sweeper for the Eagles.

“It was a good game,” said Beekmantown coach Pete Bursik. “We came out a little flat in the first half and give Saranac credit for keeping the ball in our end a lot of the time.

“We played a lot better in the second half than we did in the first.”

Beekmantown 2, Saranac 0

Saranac 0 0 — 0

Beekmantown 0 2 — 2

Second half- 1, Beek, Villemaire (Wilson), 18:18. 2, Beek, Jodoin (Villemaire), 37:37.

Shots: Beekmantown 19, Saranac 7.

Saves: O’Conner, Beek, 4. Favreau, Sar, 10.


Keene 2, Minerva/Newcomb 0

KEENE — Hannah Whitney and Luiza Parolin scored goals to give Keene its victory.

Whitney tallied from Grace Sturges at 15:09 of the first half and Parolin off an Elaina Smith assist 2:15 into the second half.

Tucker Geiger recorded the shutout in net for Keene (4-6, 4-3) with eight saves as the Mountaineers held a 16-11 shot advantage.

Megan Hall was a standout defensively for the hosts.

Keene 2, Minerva/Newcomb 0

Minerva/Newcomb 0 0 — 0

Keene 1 1 — 2

First half- 1, K, Whitney (Sturges), 15:09.

Second half- 2, K, Parolin (Smith), 2:15.

Shots: Minerva/Newcomb 16, Keene 11.

Saves: Labor, M/N, 8. Tu. Geiger, K, 8.


Northern Adirondack 6, Willsboro 0

ELLENBURG — Rachael Venne and Elle Warick did the majority of the damage for the Bobcats. Both finished with two goals and an assist.

Magan Magee and Amanda Campbell also scored goals for Northern Adirondack, which jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first half.

Venne and Warick tallied goals to give the Bobcats a 2-0 lead with less than seven minutes gone in the opening stanza.

Stephanie Snide made just one save in net for the shutout as Northern Adirondack held a 20-1 edge in shots.

Stephanie Blanchard stopped 13 shots in net for Willsboro.

Northern Adirondack 6, Willsboro 0

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

Northern Adirondack 4 2 — 6

First half- 1, NAC, Venne, 1:59. 2, NAC, Warick (Venne), 6:31. 3, NAC, Venne, 17:31. 4, NAC, Magee, 36:30.

Second half- 5, NAC, Campbell (Warick), 5:14. 6, NAC, Warick, 12:17.

Shots: NAC 20, Willsboro 1.

Saves: Blanchard, Wills, 13. Snide, NAC, 1.


Minerva/Newcomb 7, Keene 2

KEENE — Jorge Bertomeau scored two goals and added an assist to help give the Mountaineers their win in Northern Soccer League action Friday.

Wes LaBar, Joao Silva, Tyler Clickner, Adam McCall and Riley Mather also scored for Minerva/Newcomb, which tallied five of its goals in the second half.

Brandon Dumas paced Keene with a goal and assist, while Gabe Warner also scored a goal.

Alex Ruzbacki turned away seven shots in net for the Mountaineers.

Minerva/Newcomb 7, Keene 2

Minerva/Newcomb 2 5 — 7

Keene 1 1 — 2

First half- 1, K, Dumas (Smith), 5:00. 2, M/N, Bertomeau, 6:00. 3, M/N, Bertomeau, 7:00.

Second half- 4, M/N, LaBar, 9:00. 5, K, Warner (Dumas), 10:00. 6, M/N, Silva, 16:00. 7, M/N, Clickner (LaBar), 17:00. 8, M/N, McCall (Bertomeau), 25:00. 9, M/N, Mather, 29:00.

Shots: Minerva/Newcomb 22, Keene 8.

Saves: Ruzbacki, M/N, 7. Venner, K, 14.


Schroon Lake 5, Indian Lake/Long Lake 1

INDIAN LAKE — Jesse Shaughnessy netted three goals to power the Wildcats past the Orange.

Jim Bowen and Justin Lough also scored for Schroon Lake, which held a 2-1 lead at the half.

The Wildcats then broke loose for three unanswered goals in the second half.

Caleb Maisonville finished with five saves for Schroon Lake, which got strong midfield play from Jeff Armstrong and Bobby Rose.

Henry Sandiford tallied the lone goal for Indian Lake/Long Lake and Matt Moore made 14 saves in net.

Schroon Lake 5, Indian Lake/Long Lake 1

Schroon Lake 2 3 — 5

Indian Lake/Long Lake 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, SL, Shaughnessy, 9:20. 2, SL, Bowen (Stone), 13:15. 3, IL/LL, Sandiford, 30:52.

Second half- 4, SL, Lough (Bowen), 7:30. 5, SL, Shaughnessy (Maisonville), 30:11. 6, SL, Shaughnessy (Armstrong), 31:27.

Shots: Schroon Lake 20, Indian Lake/Long Lake 8.

Saves: Maisonville, SL, 5. Moore, IL/LL, 14.


Chateaugay 2, Parishville-Hopkinton 0

CHATEAUGAY — The Bulldog bench came through as Chateaugay beat previously unbeaten in league-play Parishville-Hopkinton 2-0.

Wayne Cowan converted on a penalty kick midway through the first half after Panther goalkeeper Parker Meshaw took out an oncoming attacker.

Cody Smith then provided an insurance goal early in the second half for the Bulldogs.

“Both of our goals were scored from guys off the bench,” Chateaugay coach Bob Quimet said. “That’s always good to see from your subs.”

Chateaugay’s Devon Barnes and Josh Trombley combined for the three-save shutout while Meshaw had four saves.

Chateaugay 2, Parishville-Hopkinton 0

Cheateaugay 1 1 — 2

Parishville-Hopkinton 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, C, W. Cowan (PK), 18:38.

Second half- 2, C, Smith (Jones), 12:37.

Shots: Chateaugay 13, Parishville-Hopkinton 7

Saves: Trombley (2), Barnes (1), C, 3. Meshaw, P-H, 4