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October 2, 2012

NCCS girls remain in first

(Continued)

First half

- 1, Btn, Regan, 0:45.

Second half

- 2, Btn, Villemaire, 9:00. 3, Btn, Casey, 16:16. 4, Btn, Barcomb, 19:31.

Shots

: B’town, 20; Saranac Lake, 11.

Saves

: SL- Kieffer (6 saves, first half), Buckley (6 saves, second half). O’Connor, B’town, 5.

PLATTSBURGH 2,

AUSABLE VALLEY 0

CLINTONVILLE — Madison Trombley broke a scoreless tie early in the second half to help lead the Hornets over the Patriots.

Trombley sent a shot from about 18 yards out with 2:56 gone in the second half to score what proved to be the game-winning goal.

Marle Curle made it 2-0 when she connected on a penalty kick with 8:56 left in the contest.

AuSable Valley held the shot advantage over Plattsburgh, 19-15, but weren’t able to find the back of the net.

Karlie Neale captured the shutout in goal with 15 saves. Bryce Douglass (4) and Nicole Pulsifer (4) combined for eight saves in a losing effort for the Patriots.

Plattsburgh 2, AuSable Valley 0

Plattsburgh 0 2 — 2

AuSable Valley 0 0 — 0

Second half-

1, PHS, Trombley, 2:56. 2, PHS, Curle, pk, 31:04.

Shots

: AuSable Valley 19, Plattsburgh 15.

Saves

: Neale, PHS, 15. Douglass (4), Pulsifer (4), AVC, 8.

CHAZY 3,

MORIAH 1

MORIAH — Chazy scored three unanswered goals with two scores from Megan Reynolds a victory over the Vikings.

The Eagles were kept to one first-half goal after Reynolds scored from Rachel Pombrio. The second half continued in Chazy’s favor as Amber Polomsky and Reynolds buried goals. Moriah broke up the shutout with eight minutes left after Taylor Sprague scored with an assist from Katie DiSimone.

Logan Baker made three saves in net for the Eagles (7-2) while Lauren Cross turned away seven shots for Moriah (2-6).

Chazy 3, Moriah 1

Chazy 1 2 — 3

Moriah 0 1 — 1

First half

– 1, C, Reynolds (Pombrio), 9:02.

Second half –

2, C, Polomsky (Gilmore), 4:53. 3, C, Reynolds, 24:46. 4, M, Sprague (DiSimone), 33:18.

Shots:

Chazy 14, Moriah 5

Save

s: Baker, C, 3. Cross, M, 7

INDIAN LAKE/LONG LAKE 1,

KEENE 0, OT

KEENE — The Beavers were just 45 seconds away from tying the undefeated Orange, but Morgan King connected to give Indian Lake/Long Lake the victory.

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