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.

“Alex Brandes, Casey Dinicola and Nzoni Thompson were strong for Lake Placid. Collin LaBombard, Dylan Miller and Dylan LaBarge played well for NAC, while Corey Lafountain and Bryce LaBarge were stabilizers in the midfield.”

Lake Placid 0,Northern Adirondack 0, OT

Lake Placid 0 0 0 0 — 0


Adirondack 0 0 0 0 — 0

Shots: Lake Placid 16, NAC 14.

Saves: Kordziel, LP, 10. King, NAC, 12.



ELIZABETHTOWN — Hugh Harwood’s first-half goal would prove to be all the scoring in the game. There was a scramble in front of the Westport net following a served ball and Harwood was there to put the ball in the net.

Justin Lapier recorded the shutout in net for the Lions with two saves. Sam Napper stopped four shots for the Eagles, who were outshot by a 14-2 margin.

Harwood, Joel Morris and Caleb Denton were standouts on the Elizabethtown-Lewis side, while Napper, Ryan Davis and Wyatt Gough played well for Westport.

Elizabethtown-Lewis 1Westport 0

Westport  0 0 — 0


Lewis 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, E-L, Harwood.

Shots: E’town-Lewis 14, Westport 2.

Saves: Lapier, E-L, 2. Napper, West, 4.



SARANAC — Aaron Noel scored two goals and Bradley Shumway assisted on three to power the Red Storm.

Noel and Jeremy Barge tallied in the first half to stake Saranac Lake to a 2-0 lead.

Noel added his second goal of the game in the second half before Austin Myers’ goal put the Chiefs on the scoreboard.

Oliver Holmes made eight saves in net for the Red Storm, while Jarett Wright finished with 12 stops for the Chiefs.

Saranac Lake 3, Saranac 1

Saranac Lake 2 1 — 3

Saranac 0 1 — 1

First half- 1, SL, Noel (Shumway), 26:20. 2, SL, Barge (Shumway), 31:52.

Second half- 3, SL, Noel (Shumway), 3:04. 4, Sar, Myers (Plumadore), 28:56.

Shots: Saranac Lake 35, Saranac 12.

Saves: Holmes, SL, 8. Wright, Sar, 17.



PERU — Andrew Kneussle scored two goals and Isaac Nixon tallied his first varsity goal as the Indians rolled past the Patriots.

Jacob Dick, Jonathan Plessis-Belair, Peter Daly and Ian Spear also scored for Peru, with Plessis-Belair, Dick and Daly adding two assists apiece.

The Indians, who held a 36-11 advantage in shots on goal, grabbed a 4-1 advantage after the first 40 minutes of play.

Nate Devins, who scored the lone Patriots’ goal, and Elias Smith had strong games for AuSable Valley and Jimmy Provost was busy in net making 28 saves.

Guy Loveless stopped nine shots for Peru.

Peru 7, AuSable Valley 1

AuSable Valley 1 0 — 1

Peru   4 3 — 7

First half- 1, P, J. Dick (Plessis-Belair), 9:58. 2, P, Plessis-Belair (Daly), 13:48. 3, AVC, Devins, 14:41. 4, P, Daly (J. Dick), 17:41. 5, P, Nixon (Spear), 38:46.

Second half- 6, P, Spear (J. Dick), 3:55. 7, P, Kneussle (Plessis-Belair), 19:51. 8, P, Kneussle (Daly), 24:45.

Shots: Peru 36, AuSable Valley 11.

Saves: Loveless, P, 9. Provost, AVC, 28.



CROWN POINT — Matt Michienzi scored two goals and Nick Taylor one, on a penalty kick, in the first half to lead the Indians past the Panthers.

Wells took the 3-0 advantage into the second half and Ken Chicoski added a fourth goal for the Indians midway through. Stephan Raymond assisted on three of Wells’ goals.

Judd DeBrobander tallied both Crown Point goals, with Kolby Pertak assisting on the first.

“Wells controlled play in the first half and Crown Point controlled play in the second half, with the Wells goalie having to make 12 saves,” Crown Point coach Randy Pertak said.

“Seth Weaver played a great game for Wells and Ben Brenan in goal. Judd DeBrobander, Chad Stephans and Kolby Pertak played well for Crown Point. Noah Macey, our leading scorer, was held in check.”

Wells 4, Crown Point 2

Wells 3 1 — 4

Crown Point 0 2 — 2

First half- 1, W, Michienzi (Raymond), 15:19. 2, W, Taylor pk, 17:59. 3, W, Michienzi (Raymond), 28:12.

Second half- 4, CP, DeBrobander (Pertak), 11:33. 5, W, Chicoski (Raymond), 21:22. 6, CP, DeBrobander, 24:38.

Shots: Crown Point 18, Wells 16.

Saves: Brenan, W, 13. Crowningshield, CP, 12.



SCHROON LAKE — Alex Shaughnessy scored two first-half goals to lead the Wildcats past the Beavers.

Shaughnessy’s two goals were sandwiched around a goal by Keene’s Gabe Warner.

Schroon Lake made it 3-1 with an own goal midway through the second half before Jordan Finnerty closed out the Wildcats’ scoring, with Shaughnessy getting the assist. It was Finnerty’s first varsity goal.

Schroon Lake held a 19-7 shot advantage.

“Alex had another solid game for us,” Schroon Lake coach Lee Silvernail said. “We also got a solid defensive effort, led by Jack Higgins, to hold Keene without a shot on goal in the second half.”

Schroon Lake 4, Keene 1

Keene 1 0 — 1

Schroon Lake 2 2 — 4

First half- 1, SL, Shaughnessy (Hall), 11:07. 2, K, Warner (Dumas), 17:21. 3, SL, Shaughnessy, 20:27.

Second half- 4, SL, own goal, 20:02. 5, SL, Finnerty (Shaughnessy), 25:09.

Shots: Schroon Lake 19, Keene 7

Saves: Maisonville, SL, 3. Venner, K, 8.



INDIAN LAKE — Kaleb Helms and Daghan Karaali scored two goals each to power the Mountaineers past the Orange.

Riley Mather and Mark Mitchell also tallied goals for Minerva/Newcomb, which jumped out to a 3-0 lead at the half.

Zack Hoag scored the long goal for Indian Lake/Long Lake, which played the game with 10 players. The Orange were outshot, 36-17.

Minerva/Newcomb 6Indian Lake/Long Lake 1

Minerva/Newcomb 3 3 — 6

Indian Lake/

Long Lake 0 1 — 1

First half- 1, M/N, Helms, 7:10. 2, M/N, Helms, 23:00. 3, M/N, Karaali, 25:37.

Second half- 4, M/N, Mather, 12:40. 5, M/N, Karaali, 29:28. 6, IL/LL, Hoag, 32:28. 7, M/N, Mitchell, 38:24.

Shots: Minerva/Newcomb 36, Indian Lake/Long Lake 17.

Saves: Galusha, M.N, 7. Giessen, IL/LL, 20.



CHATEAUGAY — Hannah Cook and Katie Beach scored two goals apiece as the Bulldogs (3-0) defeated the Panther (3-1) in Northern Athletic Conference play.

Cook’s marker was the lone goal tallied in the first half.

Beach then scored twice, while Danielle Charland, Hannah Cook and Brianna Cook added one each in the second half to help Chateaugay pull away.

Kenzie Traynor accounted for Brushton-Moira’s goal with a penalty kick.

Kennedy Boyea made four saves in net for the Bulldogs, who held a 26-7 advantage in shots on goal.

“We beat a decent team,” Chateaugay coach Steve Lang said. “I was pleased with our play, especially in the second half when we kept the pressure on.”

Chateaugay 6Brushton-Moira 1

Brushton-Moira 0 1 — 1

Chateaugay 1 5 — 6

First half- 1, C, H. Cook, 17:04.

Second half- 2, C, Charland (Beach), 5:05. 3, C, Beach (Young), 9:21. 4, C, Beach (Charland), 11:11. 5, B-M, Traynor pk, 20:15. 6, C, H. Cook (Lobdell), 20:38. 7, C, B. Cook (Dwyer), 29:12.