August 31, 2013

Villemaire leads Eagles; Carper helps PHS past Chazy


---- — CHAZY — It didn’t take long for the Beekmantown girls’ soccer team to prove once again that its going to be a perennial power in the Northern Soccer League.

Kallie Villemaire scored just 54 seconds into the contest and the Eagles went on to blank Watertown’s Immaculate Heart 2-0 at the 3rd Annual Mary Latremore “Be The Match” Tournament in Chazy Friday.

Lindsey Gonyea added an insurance goal with 28:52 gone in the half.

“Kallie’s goal was off a nice thru ball from her sister, Kirstin,” Beekmantown coach Pete Bursik said. “Gonyea’s goal was off a rebound of a shot by Kallie.

“Our defense played extremely well. Alex Putnam, Brielle Carnright, Reagan Fesette and Courtney King did a great job.”

Beekmantown finished with a 15-8 advantage in shots and Lauren O’Connor made seven stops for the shutout. Skylar Short stopped 11 shots for IHC.

“Lauren came up with some nice saves to preserve the shutout,” Bursik said. “We played well in the first half. But give Immaculate Heart credit — they came out in the second half and kept putting pressure on us. They never quit.

“Their goalie, Skylar Short, came up with a couple of outstanding saves in the second half.”

Beekmantown 2, Watertown-IHC 0

Watertown IHC 0 0 — 0

Beekmantown 2 0 — 2

First half- 1, Beek, Ka. Villemaire (Ki. Villemaire), :54. 2, Beek, Gonyea (Ka. Villemaire), 28:52.

Shots: Beekmantown 15, Watertown-IHC 8.

Saves: Short, IHC, 11. O’Connor, Beek, 7.

Plattsburgh High 4, Chazy 1

CHAZY — Facing a 1-0 deficit, Kaylia Carper helped the Hornets bounce back with one goal and two assists in a three-goal win for Plattsburgh High.

The Eagles jumped out to a 1-0 lead when Rachel Pombrio opened scoring at 15:43. The assist was credited to Olivia Blais.

Then, Broke Knight evened the score at 1-all with a tally assisted by Carper.

After Shae Frady’s first varsity goal gave the Hornets a 2-1 advantage, Hailey McLaughlin extended the differential to two scores just 3:20 later.

Carper put the icing on the cake, scoring on the fifth and final goal of the contest with 16:38 remaining. Ashlee Carper registered the assist.

Alyssa Salls stopped three of four shots faced in the win, while Logan Baker was tagged with the loss between the pipes.

“Kelsey Senecal and Kaylia Carper were solid in the back,” Plattsburgh High coach Tim Mulligan said. “Hailey McLaughlin did a great job in the midfield. It was a great team effort, and I’m happy with our composure for such a young team.”

Plattsburgh High 4, Chazy 1

Plattsburgh High 0 4 — 4

Chazy 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, C, Pombrio (Blais), 15:43.

Second half- 2, PHS, Knight (K. Carper), 11:45. 3, PHS, Frady (McLaughlin), 14:29. 4, PHS, McLaughlin (K. Carper), 17:49. 5, PHS, K. Carper (A. Carper), 23:22.

Shots: Plattsburgh High 11, Chazy 4.

Saves: Salls, PHS, 3. Baker, C, 5.


CHAZY — Madison Healy, a sophomore midfielder for the Rams of Section II, registered a hat trick and added an assist in Amsterdam’s 4-2 defeat of the Indians.

After a scoreless first half, Healy took a one-time feed from Monica Rouse and put it into the back of the net to put the Rams on top 1-0 at 7:46.

Maintaining a 2-1 lead, Healy netted her second goal on a penalty kick just less than 15 minutes later.

She helped extend Amsterdam’s lead to 4-2 with her third and final score at 31:53.

Lindsey Bushey paced Peru with two goals, scoring at 14:45 and 23:46 of the second half.

Kelly Neenan assisted on Bushey’s second tally.

Cassandra Robataille was credited with the win in net, stopping 13 of 15 shots faced.

Kara Barber saved five of nine shots attempted shots for the Indians

Amsterdam 4, Peru 2

Amsterdam 0 4 — 4

Peru 0 2 — 2

Second half- 1, A, Healy (Rouse), 7:46. 2, P, Bushey, 14:45. 3, A, Constantine (Healy), 16:52. 4, Healy (PK), 21:39. 5, Bushey (Neenan), 23:46. 6, A, Healy (Russo), 31:53.

Shots: Peru 15, Amsterdam 9.

Saves: Barber, P, 5. Robataille, A, 13.


SARANAC — The host Chiefs broke a 1-all halftime tie with five unanswered goals in the second half.

Ellen Thew led Saranac with two goals, while Summer Gillespie added a goal and three assists.

Amy LoTemplio, Emily Heywood and Kelly Drollette also scored goals for the Chiefs, who held a 12-9 shot advantage.

Jamie Favreau made eight saves in net for Saranac and Jayme Lavoie finished with six saves for the Huskies.

“We started slow but opened up in the second half,” Saranac coach Mary LoTemplio said. “Thew scored two goals in her return after missing all of last season with an injury.

“Summer Gillespie controlled the midfield and had three assists to go along with a spectacular goal, beating three defenders before putting the ball into the far upper corner.

“Katie Lamica had a strong game for Franklin Academy.”

In the other opening-round game, Northern Adirondack recorded a 3-1 victory over Northeastern Clinton according to LoTemplio. No details of the game were reported.

Saranac 6, Franklin Academy 1

Franklin Academy 1 0 — 1

Saranac 1 5 — 6

First half- 1, Sar, Thew (Heywood), 12:00. 2, FA, Collins (Perry), 27:00.

Second half- 3, Sar, LoTemplio, 6:00. 4, Sar, Gillespie, 19:00. 5, Sar, Heywood (Gillespie), 21:00. 6, Sar, Thew (Gillespie), 26:00. 7, Sar, Drollette (Gillespie), 37:00.

Shots: Saranac 12, Franklin Academy 9.

Saves: Favreau, Sar, 8. Lavoie, FA, 6.