October 2, 2012

NCCS girls remain in first


“We needed this one. We hadn’t scored in a couple of games, so this was a big lift,” Seton Coach Jason Fenner said. “We’re young and not very deep, but, hopefully, this will get us going.”

Bridget Moran stood out in the midfield for Willsboro while Murnane and Shannon Egan played well for Seton Catholic.

Seton Catholic 3, Willsboro 1

Willsboro 0 1 — 1

Seton Catholic 1 2 — 3

First half-

1, SC, Falb (Spittler), 37:25.

Second half-

2, Wills, Belzile (Swires), 10:30. 3, SC, Giroux (Murnane), 18:25. 4, SC, Falb (Murnane), 23:45.


Seton Catholic, 21; Willsboro 13.


Ryan, SC, 6; Blanchard, W, 12.



WESTPORT — Ellie Schwoebel tallied two goals and Brendee Russell had a goal and an assist as the Eagles beat the Wildcats.

Russell put the Eagles on the board first with an unassisted goal and Schwoebel extended the lead for a 2-0 Westport first half.

Emily Rascoe started the second half scoring with a tally from Schwoebel. Schroon Lake replied one minute later with an unassisted Miranda Dezalia goal. Schwoebel scored again for the Eagles and Lucy Misarski earned her first varsity point with the assist. Talite Malafa buried a goal late in the half to round out the scoring.

For Westport coach Brad Rascoe, this was his first game of the season with more than 11 players.

“It was great to actually have subs today,” Rascoe said. “We were able to finally give some players a rest and get people in.”

Westport held a 23-12 shot advantage.

Westport 5, Schroon Lake 1

Westport 2 3 — 5

Schroon Lake 0 1 — 1

First half

– 1, W, Russell, 30:41. 2, W, Schwoebel (Russell), 38:13.

Second half

– 3, W, Rascoe (Schwoebel), 14:30. 4, SL, Dezalia, 15:39. 5, W, Schwoebel (Misarski), 22:13. 6, W, Malafa, 32:51.


: Westport 23, Schroon Lake 12


: Looby, W, 6. Wiser, SL, 7

Minerva-Newcomb 5,

Crown Point

CROWN POINT — Makenzie Winslow scored twice and added an assist to spark a four-goal second half in the Mountaineers’ victory.

Dakota Bennett contributed a goal and an assist while Rachel Bush scored in each half for Minerva-Newcomb (3-1).

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