Press-Republican

October 11, 2012

Saranac stuns Plattsburgh in overtime


Press-Republican

SARANAC — Amelia Jenks supplied the offense and keeper Jamie Favreau the defense Wednesday night in Saranac’s 2-1 overtime upset of Plattsburgh High in Northern Soccer League girls’ soccer.

Jenks scored both of the Chiefs’ goals, the second coming with 3:56 gone in the first overtime.

“Jenks had a good night,” said Saranac coach Mary LoTemplio. “But the rest of the team battled. They didn’t give up after we fell behind.”

Favreau, meanwhile, recorded 25 saves in net as the Hornets finished with a 31-16 edge in shots.

“Favreau made some great saves,” said LoTemplio. “A lot of great saves. She was a game changer tonight. But she has been playing well lately.”

It was a scoreless game until Brooke Knight scored off an Olivia Carlsson assist with 13:00 gone in the second half.

It stayed that way until 4:24 was left in regulation when Jenks pulled Saranac even off a scramble in front.

The game-winning goal came about when Summer Gillespie sent a nice cross in front where Jenks headed it into the far corner.

Karlie Neale made nine saves in net for the Hornets.

Saranac 2, Plattsburgh 1 (OT)

Plattsburgh 0 1 0 0 — 1

Saranac 0 1 1 0 — 2

Second half- 1, PHS, Knight (Carlsson), 13:00. 2, Sar, Jenks, 35:36.

First overtime- 2, Sar, Jenks (Gillespie), 3:56.

Shots: Plattsburgh 31, Saranac 16.

Saves: Neale, PHS, 9. Favreau, Sar, 25.

 

Beekmantown 3, AuSable Valley 0

BEEKMANTOWN — Shanae Jodoin scored two second-half goals to help lead the unbeaten Eagles (9-0-2, 8-0-2) past the Patriots.

Courtney Wilson, who assisted on one of Jodoin’s goals, put Beekmantown ahead to stay with a first-half goal.

Kallie Villemaire added two assists for the Eagles, who played strong defense while holding a 20-5 shot advantage. Lauren O’Conner turned aside five shots in net to record the shutout.

Nicole Pulsifer and Bryce Douglass combined for 10 saves in net for AuSable Valley.

Beekmantown 3, AuSable Valley 0

AuSable Valley 0 0 — 0

Beekmantown 1 2 — 3

First half- 1, Beek, Wilson (Villemaire), 34:59.

Second half- 2, Beek, Jodoin (Villemaire), 8:38. 3, Beek, Jodoin (Wilson), 9:10.

Shots: Beekmantown 20, AuSable Valley 5.

Saves: O’Conner, Beek, 5. Pulsifer, Douglass, AVC, 10.

 

Northeastern Clinton 4, Peru 0

CHAMPLAIN — Mallory Honan scored a pair of goals as the Cougars shut out the Indians.

Honan and Maddy Tucker each scored goals in the first half. Morgan Rabideau and Katie Matott collected the assists.

Matott then tallied a goal of her won with an assist from Paige Dominic. Honan closed the scoring in the game on an assist from Abbie Miller.

Celine Bouvier turned away six shots for the shutout victory. Shannon Bombard made seven saves in goal for Peru.

Northeastern Clinton 4, Peru 0

Peru 0 0 — 0

Northeastern Clinton 2 2 — 4

First half- 1, Honan (Matott), 7:10. 2, NCCS, Tucker (M. Rabideau), 21:16.

Second half- 3, NCCS, Matott (Dominic) 7:36. 4, NCCS, Honan (Miller), 16:06.

Shots: Peru 6, Northeastern Clinton 14.

Saves: Bombard, P, 7. Bouvier, NCCS, 6.

 

Ticonderoga 1, Moriah 0

TICONDEROGA — Maura Jebb found the back of the net on a shot from the edge of the penalty area to account for the lone scoring in the Sentinels’ win. Mckenna Kelly assisted on the game-winning goal.

Megan Campney turned aside seven shots in recording the shutout. Katie Palandrani was a standout defensively for Ticonderoga (6-4-1).

The Sentinels held a 12-7 advantage in shots and Lauren Cross stopped 11 shots in net for the Vikings. Sarah Slattery played well on defense for Moriah.

Ticonderoga 1, Moriah 0

Moriah 0 0 — 0

Ticonderoga 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, Ti, Jebb (Kelly), 18:20.

Shots: Ti 12, Moriah 7.

Saves: Cross, Mor, 11. Campney, Ti, 7.

 

Indian Lake/Long Lake 5, Crown Point 1

INDIAN LAKE — Morgan King and Jillianna Miller scored goals in the first three minutes of the second half as the Orange pulled away from the Panthers.

Indian Lake/Long Lake held a 2-1 lead at the half.

Jillianna Miller and King finished with two goals and an assist each for the Orange, while Shannon Farrell added a goal and two assists.

Madison Miller made four saves in the Indian Lake/Long Lake nets. The Orange held an 18-5 shot advantage.

Brittany Foote tallied the lone goal for Crown Point and Amanda Wolf was in net with 10 saves.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 5

Crown Point 1

Crown Point 1 0 — 1

Indian Lake/Long Lake 2 3 — 5

First half- 1, IL/LL, J. Miller (Farrell), 5:36. 2, IL/LL, King (J. Miller), 8:40. 3, CP, Foote, 37:30.

Second half- 4, IL/LL, King (Farrell), 1:04. 5, IL/LL, J. Miller (King), 2:42. 6, IL/LL, Farrell, 30:42.

Shots: Indian Lake/Long Lake 18, Crown Point 5.

Saves: Wolf, CP, 10. M. Miller, IL/LL, 10.

 

Chazy 3, Seton Catholic 1

PLATTSBURGH — The Knights took the lead early, but the Eagles would finish strong to capture the victory.

Peyton Falb put Seton Catholic on the board at the 28:32 mark of the first half on an assist from Paige Spittler.

The lead would last just under four minutes as Chazy’s Hannah Laurin would connect with Olivia Blais collecting the assist. Shelby Gonyo would find the back of the net with less than two minutes remaining in the first half. Blais would add her second assist.

Megan Reynolds wrapped up the scoring with a penalty kick in the second half.

Rachel Pombrio had a strong game for the Eagles at forward. Alyse Clark played well for Seton Catholic on defense.

Logan Baker made four saves in net for Chazy to capture the victory. Kelli Ryan turned away 14 shots for the Knights.

Chazy 3, Seton Catholic 1

Chazy 2  1 — 3

Seton Catholic 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, SC, Falb (Spittler), 28:32. 2, C, Laurin (Blais), 32:12. 3, C, Sh. Gonyo (Blais), 38:09.

Second half- 4, C, Reynolds, pk, 9:15.

Shots: Chazy 23, Seton Catholic 7.

Saves: Baker, C, 4. Ryan, SC, 14.

 

Minerva/Newcomb 7, Schroon Lake 0

SCHROON LAKE — Makenzie Winslow had a part in six goals as the Mountaineers defeated the Wildcats.

Winslow scored the first three goals of the game and assisted on the fourth as Minerva/Newcomb took a 4-0 lead after the first half. Rachel Bush picked up the fourth goal.

Winslow opened the second half with two more goals, while the scoring was wrapped up by Bridget Mathers with 37 seconds remaining in the game.

Mary Labar captured the shutout with six saves in net. Molly Wisser turned away six shots in the loss for Schroon Lake.

Minerva/Newcomb 7, Schroon Lake 0

Minerva/Newcomb 4 3 — 7

Schroon Lake 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, M/N, Winslow, 6:39. 2, M/N, Winslow, 22:31. 3, M/N, Winslow, 24:57. 4, M/N, Bush (Winslow), 32:35.

Second half- 5, M/N, Winslow, 9:57. 6, M/N, Winslow, 18:51. 7, M/N, Mathers, 39:23.

Shots: Minerva/Newcomb 16, Schroon Lake 6.

Saves: Wisser, SL, 12. Labar, M/N. 6.

 

Lake Placid 2, Northern Adirondack 0

ELLENBERG — Payton Barney scored on a breakaway after a pass from Brooke Reid early in the first half to net the game winner for the Blue Bombers.

Laura Stanton added some breathing room when she took a pass from Sam Barney and floated a shot over Bobcat keeper Stephanie Snide.

Elle Warick produced some opportunities for Northern Adirondack up front while Alexis Boulrice and Maegan Brunelle held down the backfield after the first two goals.

“They (Lake Placid) played really well and capitalized on our mistakes,” NAC coach Sharon Relation said. “They move the ball well and worked well as a unit.”

Lake Placid 2, Northern Adirondack 0

Lake Placid 2 0 — 2

Northern Adirondack 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, LP, Barney (Reed), 9:53. 2, LP, Stanton (Barney), 19:04.

Shots: Lake Placid 8, Northern Adirondack 5.

Saves: Leff, LP, 4. Snide, NAC, 5.

 

Keene 3, Westport 0

KEENE — The Beavers scored a pair of goals in the first half on their way to defeating the Eagles.

Hannah Whitney and Megan Hall tallied in the first half, while Sadie Holbrook scored a goal in the second half. Elaina Smith finished with an assist.

Tucker Geiger stopped five shots in net for the Beavers in the victory. Hannah Looby made four saves in the loss for Westport.

Keene 3, Westport 0

Westport 0 0 — 0

Keene 2 1 — 3

First half- 1, K, Whitney (Smith), 38:44. 2, K, Hall, 5:15.

Second half- 3, K, Holbrook, 25:20.

Shots: Keene 9, Westport 6.

Saves: H. Looby, W, 4. Tu. Geiger, K, 5.

 

Elizabethtown-Lewis 4, Willsboro 0

WILLSBORO — Caitie Decker scored a pair of second-half goals to help lead the Lions over the Warriors.

Jasmine Barnes gave Elizabethtown-Lewis a 1-0 lead in the first half. Decker then tallied twice to open the second half. Emily Morris, who also added an assist, finished scoring with 1:45 remaining in the game.

Lily Whalen had a strong game for the Lions at sweeper.

Emma Disogra had five saves in net for Elizabethtown-Lewis to capture the shutout. Stephanie Blanchard stopped 14 shots in goal for Willsboro

Elizabethtown-Lewis 4, Willsboro 0

Elizabethtwon-Lewis 1 3 — 4

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, E-L, Barnes, 22:15.

Second half- 2, E-L, Decker (Morris), 9:47. 3, E-L, Decker, 10:35. 4, E-L, Morris, 38:15.

Shots: E-L 21, Willsboro 13.

Saves: Disogra, E-L, 5. Blanchard, W, 14.

NAC

Chateaugay 3, Norwood-Norfolk 1

CHATEAUGAY — Chateaugay coach Steve Lang was pleased with his team’s first-half performance Wednesday.

He wasn’t pleased, however, with the second half.

The Bulldogs (10-0, 3-0) remained unbeaten in Northern Athletic Conference play with a 3-1 win over Norwood-Norfolk.

Courtney Boyea scored two goals and Alexis Beach one to give the Bulldogs a 3-0 lead at the half. Boyea, who assisted on Beach’s goal, tallied her first goal on a penalty kick.

Norwood-Norfolk’s Emily Laroe scored the lone second-half goal.

“We played really well in the first half,” said Lang. “But, we didn’t play well in the second half. We were playing against the wind, but we didn’t play the caliber of soccer we need to.”

Makayla Fleury (1) and Holly Zeldenrust (3) combined for four saves in net for Chateaugay, which held a 24-11 shot advantage.

Defenders Sarah Gardiner and Abby Barnes, along with midfielder Morgan Legacy, had solid games for the Bulldogs, who play Tupper Lake today.

Chateaugay 3, Norwood-Norfolk 1

Norwood-Norfolk 0 1 — 1

Chateaugay 3 0 — 3

First half- 1, C, Boyea pk, 1;12. 2, Boyea (Whyte), 4:38. 3, C, A. Beach (Boyea), 28:50.

Second half- 4, N-N, Laroe (Barkley), 18:58.

Shots: Chateaugay 24, Norwood-Norfolk 11.

Saves: Fleury (1), Zeldenrust (3), C, 4. Fregoe, N-N, 10.