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October 2, 2012

NCCS girls remain in first

(Continued)

Mary Labar was credited with three saves in the shutout.

Amanda Wolf had 12 saves for Crown Point, which had several close calls but couldn’t convert.

Minerva-Newcomb 5, Crown Point 0

Minerva-Newcomb 1 4 — 5

Crown Point 0 0 — 0

First half-

1, M-N, Bush (Shelby Hogan), 21:40.

Second half-

2, M-N, Bush (Bennett), 12:47. 3, M-N, Winslow (Marra), 23:56. 4, M-N, Bennett (Winslow), 30:07. 5, M-N, Winslow, 38:08.

Shots:

Min-Newcomb, 17; Crown Point, 3.

Saves

: Labar, M-N, 3. Wolf, CP, 12.

NAC

CHATEAUGAY 2,

MADRID-WADDINGTON 0

MADRID — Chateaugay extended its winning streak with a 2-0 against Madrid-Waddington in Northern Athletic Conference play.

Courtney Boyea put the Bulldogs up 1-0 with a goal assisted by Katie Beach at 33:00. Hannah Cook scored on a penalty kick 26 minutes into the second half for the 2-0 Chateaugay lead.

“Both goalkeepers played really well today,” Chateaugay coach Steve Lang said. “This was a win we barely squeaked out.”

Makayla Fleury started in net for the Bulldogs and made three saves before exiting with an injury. Holly Zeldenrust had four saves in relief. Madrid-Waddington’s Shelby Kendall picked up eight saves.

Chateaugay 2, Madrid-Waddington 0

Chateaugay 1 1 — 2

Madrid-Waddington 0 0 — 0

First half

– 1, C, Boyea (Beach), 33:00.

Second half

– 2, C, Cook, 26:00.

Shots

: Chateaugay 18, Madrid-Waddington 10

Saves: Fleury (3), Zeldenrust (4), C, 7. Kendall, MW, 8

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