Press-Republican

October 13, 2012

Eagles slip past Hornets in Div. I showdown

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Press-Republican

---- — PLATTSBURGH — Beekmantown remains unbeaten after freshman Lindsey Gonyea scored the lone goal of the game off a pass from Kelly Villemaire to trump Plattsburgh 1-0 in girls’ Northern Soccer League action Friday.

Villemaire capitalized on a bad clearance by the Hornets in the first half, grabbing the ball and sending it up field to Gonyea who finished it off for the Eagles.

Despite the loss, Plattsburgh had a solid defensive effort from sweeper Cierra Duquette while midfielder Madison Trombley helped out the defense and also sparked some opportunities up front.

Beekmantown’s Amanda Peterson and Kiley Regan stood out on both the defensive and offensive side of the ball while keeper Lauren O’Conner grabbed the shutout with seven saves.

“It was a great game,” Hornets coach Tim Mulligan said. “These were two very good teams getting ready for post season play.”

Beekmantown 1, Plattsburgh 0

Beekmantown 1 0 — 1

Plattsburgh 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, Beek, Gonyea (Villemaire), 14:49.

Shots: Beekmantown 8. Plattsburgh 10.

Saves: O’Conner, Beek, 7. Neale, PHS, 3.

CROWN POINT 3

WESTPORT 2, OT

CROWN POINT — Hunter Spaulding’s goal 21 seconds into the second overtime lifted the Panthers past the Eagles.

Crown Point took a 2-0 lead into halftime after goals from Brittany Foote and Ellen Kiely. Spaulding supplied the assist on Foote’s goal.

Westport, however, battled back to tie it after a pair of goals by Brendee Russell, the second of which came on a penalty kick. Sydney Mitchell contributed an assist.

After a scoreless first overtime, Spaulding needed just 21 seconds in the second overtime to put the Panthers ahead to stay.

Amanda Wolf turned away 19 shots to capture the victory for Crown Point. Hannah Looby stopped 12 shots in net for the Eagles.

Crown Point 3, Westport 2 (OT)

Westport 0 2 0 0 — 2

Crown Point 2 0 0 1 — 3

First half- 1, CP, Foote (Spaulding), 16:39. 2, CP, Kiely, 22:29.

Second half- 3, W, Russell (Mitchell), 29:29. 4, W, Russell, pk, 37:47.

Second overtime- 5, CP, Spaulding (Foote), 0:21.

Shots: Crown Point 32, Westport 26.

Saves: Wolf, CP, 19. H. Looby, W, 12.

Keene 2

Schroon Lake 0

KEENE — Eighth graders Hannah Whitney and Elaina Smith each scored goals in the Beavers win over the Wildcats.

Whitney one touched a cross from Hannah McCabe, and directed it to the upper left corner of the net late in the first half to go up 1-0.

The second goal came late in the second half when Keene’s Elaina Smith grabbed a pass from Susanne Rudd after battling in the penalty box for possession. This was Smith’s first goal of her varsity career.

Tucker Geiger recorded the shutout for the Beavers with only having to field two saves, while Molly Wisser was under a lot of pressure tallying 19 saves.

Keene 2, Schroon Lake 0

Schroon Lake 0 0 — 0

Keene 1 1 — 2

First half- 1, K, Whitney (McCabe), 31:07.

Second half- 2, K, Smith (Rudd), 33:31.

Shots: Schroon Lake 3. Keene 26.

Saves: Wisser, SL, 19. Tu. Geiger, K, 2.

Chazy 3

Willsboro 0

CHAZY — Hannah Laurin had two assists and produced a lot of opportunities for the Eagles in their shutout of the Warriors.

Megan Reynolds was the first to tally a goal after Laurin fed her a short pass that Reynolds kicked into left side of the goal. Olivia Blais grabbed the second goal off a long cross from Laurin.

Reynolds would score the final goal on a penalty kick that resulted from a hand ball in the box.

“We came out strong in the first half,” Chazy coach Karin Sherman Trombley said. “Laurin and Reynolds played really well tonight. They set up opportunities and showed their versatility.”

Chazy 3, Willsboro 0

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

Chazy 3 0 — 3

First half- 1, C, Reynolds (Laurin), 19:23. 2, C, Blais (Laurin), 20:10. 3, Reynolds, C, 37:51.

Shots: Willsboro 0. Chazy 13.

Saves: Baker, C, 0. Blanchard, Wills, 10.

Saranac 3

Peru 0

PERU — Three players scored a goal each and Jamie Favreau continued her strong play in net as the Chiefs blanked the Indians.

Amelia Jenks and Amy LoTemplio, off a corner kick, tallied in the first half for Saranac and Kayla Napper in the second half. Napper and Jenks each added an assist.

Peru held a 20-16 shot advantage, with Favreau making 14 saves for the shutout and Shannon Bombard 11 stops for the Indians.

“Favreau played great for them,” said Peru coach Jackie Sullivan. “And Jenks and Napper were strong for them on offense.

“It seems like we’re getting 20 shots on goal every game, but we can’t find the back of the net. Mary Mazzella and Ashley Carpenter continue to hustle up front and give it everything they can.”

Saranac 3, Peru 0

Saranac 2 1 — 3

Peru 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, Sar, Jenks (Ka. Napper), 15:00. 2, Sar, LoTemplio, 24:00.

Second half- 3, Sar, Ka. Napper (Jenks), 33;39.

Shots: Peru 20, Saranac 16.

Saves: Favreau, Sar, 14. Bombard, P, 11.

Lake Placid 2

Ticonderoga 0

TICONDEROGA — Adele Jesmer and Liza Marinis scored second-half goals for the Blue Bombers.

Jesmer opened the scoring with 13:41 gone in the second half and Marinis added an insurance marker at the 17:41 mark.

Liz Leff recorded the shutout in the Lake Placid nets with seven saves. Alexa Whitney played a strong game defensively for the Blue Bombers.

Megan Campney stopped eight shots for the Sentinels, who played a good first half. Forward Tiffani Purkey and midfielder Jaelyn Granger were standouts in a losing cause.

Lake Placid 2, Ticonderoga 0

Lake Placid 0 2 — 0

Ticonderoga 0 0  — 0

Second half- 1, LP, Jesmer (Barney), 13:41. 2, LP, Marinis (Reid), 17:41.

Shots: Lake Placid 12, Ticonderoga 7.

Saves: Leff, LP, 7. Campney, Ti, 8.

Seton Catholic 4

Moriah 2

PORT HENRY — Paige Spittler and Peyton Falb scored two goals each to lead the Knights past the Vikings.

Seton Catholic scored all four of its goals in the first half, with Clara Giroux getting assists on the first three and Spittler on the fourth.

Halie Snyder tallied both goals for Moriah, the first giving the Vikings the lead in the first half. She added the lone second-half marker.

The Knights finished with a 13-8 shot advantage.

Seton Catholic 4, Moriah 2

Seton Catholic 4 0 — 4

Moriah 1 1 — 2

First half- 1, Mor, Snyder (Sprague), 6:35. 2, SC, Spittler (Giroux), 9:50. 3, SC, Falb (Giroux), 19:49. 4, SC, Spittler (Giroux), 29:04. 5, SC, Falb (Spittler), 29:56.

Second half- 6, Mor, Snyder (L. Pelkey), 22:48.

Shots: Seton Catholic 13, Moriah 8.

Saves: Ryan, SC, 6. Cross, Mor, 7.

BOYS

Lake Placid 4

Westport 0

LAKE PLACID — Haile Thompson scored two goals and assisted on another to lift the Blue Bombers over the Eagles Thursday.

Thompson’s two goals came within two minutes of each other with less than two minutes left in the first half. The first was unassisted while the second came from a pass by Eddie Kane.

Shane Mcnierney scored midway through the second half after grabbing a pass from Thompson.

Sam Napper was busy in net for Westport recording 13 saves on 25 shots.

Lake Placid 4, Westport 0

Westport 0 0 — 0

Lake Placid 2 2 — 4

First half- 1, LP, Thompson, 35:34. 2, LP, Thompson, 36:56.

Second half- 3, Mcnierney (Thompson), 23:52.

Shots: Lake Placid 25, Westport 10.

Saves: Kordzial, LP, 7. Napper, W, 13.

NAC

Chateaugay 1

Brushton-Moira 0

BRUSHTON — Matt Swanston scored the lone goal in the game after scrambling for the ball on a corner kick to help the Bulldogs upset the Panthers.

Chateaugay out shot Brushton-Moira 11-6 and Devon Barnes recorded the shutout. Trevor Lang and Brennon Secore held down the defense keeping the Panthers’ opportunities to a minimum.

The win gives the Bulldogs their ninth unbeaten game in row and also marked the first time this season the Panthers have lost on their home soil.

“It was an evenly played game,” Chateaugay coach Bob Ouimet said. “Our defense came up strong and our goalie played well.”

Chateaugay 1, Brushton-Moira 0

Chateaugay 0 1 — 1

Brushton-Moira 0 0 — 0

Second half- 1, Chat, Swanston, 28:13.

Shots: Chateaugay 11, Brushton-Moira 6.

Saves: Barnes, Chat, 5. Tallman, B-M, 6.