October 3, 2012

Beekmantown, Peru settle for 1-1 tie


---- — BEEKMANTOWN — Peru would score within two minutes of the opening whistle only to have Beekmantown even it up less than a minute later leaving the game in a 1-1 tie in boys’ Northern Soccer League play Tuesday.

With both goals coming in the first three minutes, the Indians and Eagles would battle it out defensively for the remaining 97 minutes.

“Both teams had opportunities to score,” Beekmantown coach Ryan Loucy said. “There was a lot of midfield play and the defenses tightened up.”

Peru’s Jacob Dick scored from 25 yards out sending the ball over the keeper and into the opposite side of the net.

Beekmantown’s Adam Goldfarb would answer shortly after when he chipped in a shot off a pass from Mikael Faruqi.

“Everybody (both teams) stepped up and marked key guys,” Loucy said. “There were no weak spots on either side.”

Peru 1, Beekmantown 1

Peru 1 0 0 0 — 1

Beekmantown 1 0 0 0 — 1

First half- 1, Peru, Dick, 1:53. 2, BCS, Goldfarb (Faruqi), 2:24

Shots: Peru 18, Beekmantown 12.

Saves: Danis, Peru, 8. LaClair, BCS, 14.


Saranac Lake 1, Plattsburgh 1, (OT)

SARANAC LAKE — Nick Dodd opened the scoring for the Hornets to put them up in the first, but the Red Storm’s Bradley Shumway would connect on a penalty kick in the second to tie it up for good.

“It was a defensive game for both teams,” Saranac Lake coach Bill Wilson said. “Both teams had several opportunities.”

Logan Wood and Aaron Noel both played solid defense for Saranac Lake while Mohamed Eltahir was all over the back field providing support for Plattsburgh.

Robert Knowles made seven saves for the Hornets, while Oliver Holmes turned away 12 for the Red Storm

Plattsburgh 1, Saranac Lake 1 (OT)

Plattsburgh 1 0 0 0 — 1

Saranac Lake 0 1 0 0 — 1

First half- 1, PHS, Dodd (Tolosky), 2:27.

Second half- 2, SL, Shumway, 1:30.

Shots: Plattsburgh 13. Saranac Lake 9.

Saves: Knowles, PHS, 7. Holmes, SL, 12


Lake Placid 1, Seton Catholic 0

PLATTSBURGH — Blue Bomber Ryan Meyer recorded the game-winner early in the first when he put a direct kick in the back of the net from just outside the penalty area.

The Knights would control possession for the majority of the game, but they could not capitalize on any of the scoring chances they made for themselves.

“We had some nice opportunities,” Seton Catholic coach Mike Eppler said. “We didn’t come close to scoring on those opportunities.”

Tyler Willis and Justin Stosiek provided a solid defensive effort for Blue Bombers, while Nick Favreau held down Seton Catholic’s defensive line with the help of keeper Keagan Briggs.

Lake Placid 1, Seton Catholic 0

Lake Placid 1 0 — 1

Seton Catholic 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, LP, Meyer, 9:38.

Shots: Lake Placid 8. Seton Catholic 12.

Saves: Kordziel, LP, 12. Briggs, SC, 7.


Keene 2, Indian Lake/Long Lake 0

INDIAN LAKE — Gabe Warner scored both goals in the second half to help the Beavers notch a win.

Warner scored in the 25th minute with an assist from Brand Dumas and added an unassisted goal in the 38th minute. Colton Venner made 19 stops to earn the shutout.

Thomas Torrens had 16 saves in the Indian Lake/Long Lake nets.

Keene 2, Indian Lake/Long Lake 0

Indian Lake/Long Lake 0 0 — 0

Keene 0 2 — 2

Second half- 1, K, Warner (Dumas), 25:14. 2, K, Warner, 38:37.

Shots: Keene 23, Indian Lake/Long Lake 24.

Saves: Torrens, ILLL, 16. Venner, K, 19.



CHAMPLAIN — Colby Provost netted a goal just 1:55 into the game as the Cougars continued to roll with a win over the Patriots.

Ryan Marks made it 2-0 for Northeastern Clinton with five minutes left in the first half on an assist from McKenna Hunter.

Dustin Poupore closed out the scoring on a penalty kick with two minutes remaining in the contest. Kyle McCarthy finished with an assist on Provost’s goal.

Avery Trombley at midfield and Marks in the front were each standouts for the Cougars.

AuSable Valley’s Nate Casey at sweeper and Alex Conner in the midfield each had strong games.

Josh Rabideau made two saves to complete the shutout for Northeastern Clinton. Josh Taylor, who made some great saves for the Patriots, turned away seven shots.

Northeastern Clinton 3, AuSable Valley 0

AuSable Valley 0 0  — 0

Northeastern Clinton 2 1 — 3

First half- 1, NCCS, Provost (McCarthy), 1:55. 2, NCCS, Marks (Hunter), 34:54.

Second half- 3, NCCS, Poupore, pk, 38:00.

Shots: Northeastern Clinton 11, AuSable Valley 2.

Saves: Rabideau, NCCS, 2. J. Taylor, AVC, 7.


Elizabethtown-Lewis 4, Westport 0

WESTPORT — Brody Hooper scored two goals and assisted on another to power the Lions over the Eagles and win their second game in two days.

Isaiah Turner opened the scoring early in the first half off a pass from Hooper. Both defenses took over without allowing another goal until early in the second.

Hooper scored in under two minutes to start the second half with an assist from Austin Morris. Hooper would add an unassisted goal less than three minutes later while the final goal came from Connor Marvin off a pass from Cody Gowdy to put Elizabethtown-Lewis up 4-0 to end it.

Despite the loss Justin Napper recorded 13 saves in net for Westport, while Sam Lapier grabbed the shutout with three saves for the Lions.

“The energy wasn’t there today,” Eagles coach Michael Davis said. “We will regroup and go again Thursday against Seton.”

Elizabethtown-Lewis 4, Westport 0

Elizabethtown-Lewis 1 3 — 4

Westport 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, ELCS, Turner (Hooper), 13:30.

Second half- 2, ELCS, Hooper (Morris), 1:49. 3, ELCS, Hooper, 4:12. 4, ELCS, Marvin (Gowdy), 11:12.

Shots: Elizabethtown-Lewis 19, Westport 3.

Saves: Lapier, ELCS, 3. Napper, West, 13.


Crown Point 3, Johnsburg 0

NORTH CREEK — Noah and Gabe Macey would account for all the goals and assists in the Panthers win over the Jaguars.

Noah would grab the first goal off a pass from Gabe late in the first half to get the eventual game-winner.

Gabe would add a goal early in the second and Noah would add another shortly after with both of them assisting on each others goals.

Crown Point’s Brendon Crowningshield would record the shutout with a total of seven saves and his team would outshoot Johnsburg, 21-9.

Crown Point 3, Johnsburg 0

Crown Point 1 2 — 3

Johnsburg 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, CP, N. Macey (G. Macey), 29:45.

Second half- 2, CP, G. Macey (N. Macey), 15:57. 3, CP, N. Macey (G. Macey), 33:42.

Shots: Crown Point 21, Johnsburg 9.

Saves: Crowningshield, CP, 7. C. Prouty, Johns, 10.



ELLENBURG — Josh Barriere scored three first-half goals as the Eagles defeated the Bobcats.

Barriere tallied first on an assist from Hayden Guay 9:42 into the first half. Barrier scored his second goal less than two minutes later and would find the back of the net  at the 15:30 mark for his third. Brandon Laurin would close out the first-half scoring.

Derek Drake added a second-half goal for the Eagles. Jacob Kennedy finished with an assist.

Trent Blais turned away seven shots to capture the shutout. Dan Burger made 16 saves for Northern Adirondack.

Chazy 5, Northern Adirondack 0

Chazy 4 1 — 5

Northern Adirondack 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, C, Barriere (Guay), 9:45. 2, C, Barriere (Guay), 11;15. 3, C, Barriere, 15:30. 4, C, Laurin (Kennedy), 18:15.

Second half- 1, C, Drake, 21:57.

Shots: Chazy 32, Northern Adirondack 8.

Saves: Blais, C, 7. Burger, NAC, 16.




CHATEAUGAY — Zach Cowan had a goal and an assist as the Bulldogs defeated the Saints.

Nick Ashline and Tyler Martin each had first-half goals for Chateaugay. Chad Stalter and Cowan picked up the assists.

After Caleb Green, with an assit from Brandon Votra, brought St. Regis Falls back to within one, Cowan netted his goal to give the Bulldogs a two-goal lead.

Devin Willis finished with an assist.

Devon Barnes (2) and Josh Trombley (3) combined for five saves in net for Chateaugay. Michael Smith stopped four shots for the Saints.

Chateaugay 3, St. Regis Falls 1

St. Regis Falls 0 1 — 1

Chateaugay 2 1 — 3

First half- 1, C, Nick Ashline (Zach Cowan), 11:29. 2, C, Tyler Martin (Chad Stalter), 11:54.

Second half- 3, SRF, Caleb Green (Brandon Votra), 10:29. 4, C, Cowan (Devin Willis), 30:41.

Shots: Chataeugay 25, St. Regis Falls 10.

Saves: Michael Smith, SRF, 4. Devin Barnes (2), Josh Trombley (3), C, 5.