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October 3, 2012

Beekmantown, Peru settle for 1-1 tie

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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.

 

NORTHEASTERN CLINTON 3, AUSABLE VALLEY 0

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.

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