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October 3, 2012

Beekmantown, Peru settle for 1-1 tie

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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.

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