September 14, 2013

Seton throws scare into Chazy

CHAZY — The Seton Catholic boys’ soccer team was 31 seconds away from an upset in Northern Soccer League play Friday night.

But Zach Brothers’ goal in the final minute of regulation pulled Chazy into a 1-all tie before the two teams settled for an overtime draw.

It was a scoreless game until Adam Tedford gave the Knights the lead at the 12:08 mark of the second half, with Kaden Baugh assisting.

It stayed that way before Brothers forced overtime, with Josh Barriere assisting, at 39:29.

Chazy ended up outshooting Seton Catholic, 15-7. Keagen Briggs helped preserve the tie in net for the Knights with 12 saves.

Austin Gravelle (3) and Trent Blais (3) combined to stop six shots in the Chazy nets.

Seton Catholic 1, Chazy 1, OT

Seton Catholic  0 1 0 0 — 1

Chazy 0 1 0 0 — 1

Second half- 1, SC, Tedford (Baugh), 12:08. 2, C, Brothers (Barriere), 39:29.

Shots: Chazy 15, Seton Catholic 7.

Saves: Gravelle (3), Blais (3), C, 6. Briggs, SC, 12.



BEEKMANTOWN — Ryan Munson and Kyle Constanty scored first-half goals to provide the margin of difference for the Eagles.

Munson’s first varsity goal was scored directly off a corner kick at 17:38 and Constanty tallied his first varsity goal with just 50 seconds to go in the half. Constanty volleyed home a rebound in the box, with Skye Dominy assisting.

Matt LaClair turned away 10 shots in recording the shutout and Brady Vassar made eight saves for Northeastern Clinton, which was outshot by a 14-10 margin.

NCCS 2, Beekmantown 0

NCCS 0 0 — 0

Beekmantown 2 0 — 2

First half- 1, Beek, Munson, 17:38. 2, Beek, Constanty (Dominy), 39:10.

Shots: Beekmantown 14, NCCS 10.

Saves: LaClair, Beek, 10. Vassar, NCCS, 8.



ELLENBURG — Both goaltenders made stellar saves while recording shutouts — the Blue Bombers’ Chris Kordziel with 10 stops and the Bobcats’ Ethan King with 12.

Lake Placid held a 16-14 shot advantage.

“It was a hard-fought game,” NAC coach Pat Kelleher said. “Both teams went hard to the ball and held strong on defense, keeping the majority of the shots from 20 yards out.

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