October 2, 2012

NCCS girls remain in first


Both teams battled through regulation and the first overtime without a score, as each defense played strong.

With just 45 seconds remaining in the second overtime, Shannon Farrell intercepted a clear-out pass and found King for the game-winner.

“We played well. I would say that in the first half we had a bit of an edge,” Keene coach Fred Hooper said. “They picked it up in the second half.

“It was a well played game by both teams, unfortunately we failed to clear the ball and it went out to Farrell who passed it to King, and she turned and rifled it into the near post.”

Madison Miller collected the shutout victory over the Orange, making nine saves. Tucker Geiger turned away eight shots in a losing effort.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 1, Keene 0 (OT)

Indian Lake/Long Lake 0 0 0 1 — 1

Keene 0 0 0 0 — 0

Second overtime-

1, IL/LL, King (Farrell), 9:15.


: Indian Lake/Long Lake 16, Keene 11.


M. Miller, IL/LL, 9. Tu. Geiger, K, 8.



LAKE PLACID — Laura Stanton netted two goals as the Blue Bombers defeated the Lions.

Stanton put Lake Placid on the board first with a goal 11 minutes into the game with help from Tricia Auer. The Lions responded two minutes later with a Kylee Cassavaugh goal. Stanton added another goal late in the first half to give the Blue Bombers a one-goal halftime lead.

Twelve minutes into the second half, Adele Jesmer gave Lake Placid a two-goal lead. Cassavaugh scored again, but the Lions were unable to tie the game.

“I was really happy with our front-six today,” Lake Placid coach Heather Brewer said. “I though they played well today.”

Both teams finished with 10 shots apiece.

Lake Placid 3, Elizabethtown-Lewis 2

Lake Placid 2 1 — 3

Elizabethtown-Lewis 1 1 — 2

First half

– 1, LP, Stanton (Auer), 10:14. 2, ELCS, Cassavaugh (Morris), 12:40. 3, LP, Stanton (S. Barney), 37:30.

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