October 10, 2013

Waterbury scores twice in Beekmantown's win over AuSable

BEEKMANTOWN — Ryan Waterbury netted two second-half goals as Beekmantown took down AuSable Valley 4-0 in boys’ Northern Soccer League play Wednesday.

Ryan Munson opened scoring midway through the first for Beekmantown on an assist from Waterbury.

Ian Pummell tallied in the second half, with Munson grabbing the assist. Waterbury then netted both of his to close scoring. Pummell and Ben Frederick each had an assist.

Matt LaClair turned away three shots for the shutout. Jimmy Provost had nine saves in net for AuSable Valley.

Beekmantown 4, AuSable Valley 0

AuSable Valley 0 0 — 0

Beekmantown 1 3 — 4

First half- 1, Beek, Munson (Waterbury), 21:32.

Second half- 2, Beek, Pummell (Munson), 6:17. 3, Beek, Waterbury (Frederick), 19:45. 4, Beek, Waterbury (Pummell), 23:54.

Shots: Beekmantown 13, AuSable Valley 3.

Saves: LaClair, Beek, 3. Provost, AVC, 9.


Seton Catholic 3, Northern Adirondack 1

ELLENBURG — The Knights were outshot 20-8 but made the most of their eight shots.

Adam Tedford scored in the 30th minute of the first half to tie the game at 1-1, and he added another goal in the second half. Chris Kustos also tallied for Seton Catholic, and Kaden Baugh earned two assists.

Keagon Briggs made 10 saves.

Alden Kerr netted the Bobcats’ goal, and Ethan King had three stops in net.

Seton Catholic 3, Northern Adirondack 1

Seton Catholic 1 2 — 3

Northern Adirondack 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, NAC, Kerr (Manion), 6:47. 2, SC, Tedford (Baugh), 30:08.

Second half- 3, SC, Kustos (Baugh), 12:05. 4, SC, Tedford (LaFountain), 39:33.

Shots: Seton Catholic 8, Northern Adirondack 20.

Saves: Briggs, SC, 10. King, NAC, 3.


Plattsburgh High 2, Saranac 0

PLATTSBURGH — Jacob Bushey and Jack Tolosky found the net to lead the Hornets past the Chiefs.

Bushey tallied after getting a cross from Dan Mihal 4:29 into the game, and Tolosky scored on a rebound in the second half. Plattsburgh outshot Saranac 24-7, and Mike Stetz made five saves for the shutout.

“As a team, I thought from start to finish that this was by far our best possession game,” Plattsburgh coach Chris LaRose said. “We worked our angles well and attacked space with a purpose, and that consistency allowed us to put pressure on Saranac’s defense all game long.”

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