Press-Republican

October 16, 2013

Lions get past Seton Catholic; Chazy captures NSL's Division II


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ELIZABETHTOWN — Joel Morris’ direct kick slipped inside the near-side post, helping No. 20 Elizabethtown-Lewis to a 2-1 defeat of No. 18 Seton Catholic in boys’ Northern Soccer League play Tuesday.

The game-winning goal was scored with 23 minutes remaining in the second half and was Morris’ second of the match.

 



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“We are continuing to improve despite injuries,” Lions coach Paul Buehler said. “Our biggest impact players (Tuesday) were Joel Morris of course and Hugh Harwood at the central midfield.”

Adam Tedford opened scoring at 12:00 of the first half.

Seton Catholic got in transition down the field. Tedford beat a few defenders in the box, blasting a nice shot to the corner.

After a scramble for a ball served in by Damien Gay, Morris tied the game at 1-all with 28 minutes remaining in the second half.

“Tedford and Baugh had solid games, and (Keagen) Briggs made some very nice saves,” Buehler said. “Seton is a fast, experienced team that can come at you in many ways.”

Justin LaPier made nine saves for Elizabethtown-Lewis, while Briggs made eight stops for the Knights.

Elizabethtown-Lewis 2, Seton Catholic 1

Seton Catholic 1 0 — 1

Elizabethtown-Lewis 0 2 — 2

First half- 1, SC, Tedford, 12:00.

Second half- 2, ELCS, Morris, 12:00. 3, ELCS, Morris, 17:00.

Shots: Elizabethtown-Lewis 12. Seton Catholic 10.

Saves: LaPier, ELCS, 9. Briggs, SC, 8.

CHAZY 5, WESTPORT 0

CHAZY — Hayden Guay and Alex Rabideau each finished with two goals and two assists in Chazy’s win over Westport.

With the victory, Chazy has officially wrapped up the Northern Soccer League Division II title.

Rabideau tallied a pair of goals in the first half for Chazy. Alec LaPierre also scored in the three-goal first half. Guay had two assists and Josh Barriere finished with one.

Guay then scored his two goals in the second half in under two minutes of each other. Rabideau assisted on both.

Trent Blais (4) and Austin Gravelle (4) combined for eight saves in the shutout for Chazy. Sam Napper made 16 saves for Westport.

Chazy 5, Westport 0

Westport 0 0 — 0

Chazy 3 2 — 5

First half- 1, C, Rabideau (Guay), 4:51. 2, C, LaPierre (Guay), 31:07. 3, C, Rabideau (Barriere), 36:53.

Second half- 4, C, Guay (Rabideau), 9:59. 5, C, Guay (Rabideau), 11:21.

Shots: Chazy 23, Westport 9.

Saves: Blais (4), Gravelle (4), C, 8. Napper, West, 16.

Beekmantown 1, Peru 1 (OT)

BEEKMANTOWN — Ian Pummel’s equalizer with 19:17 remaining in the second half helped the Eagles to a 1-1 draw with the Indians.

Pummel’s game-tying goal was assisted by Kyle Constanty.

“This was a well-played game that went back and forth for all of regulation and overtime,” Beekmantown coach Ryan Loucy said. “Both teams had good scoring opportunities and the keepers came up big, especially Matt LaClair.”

Peru’s Ian Spear opened scoring at 39:21 of the first half on a one-time feed from Jacob Dick.

“With 6:30 left in double overtime, Jacob Dick got behind our defense and had a breakaway that Matt was able to make a sliding save on. Our defense as a whole played very well and did a very good job of marking up on Jacob Dick and Ian Spear.”

LaClair made nine stops in net for the Eagles, while Indians goalkeeper Guy Loveless also accumulated nine saves.

Beekmantown 1, Peru 1 (OT)

Peru 1 0 0 0 — 1

Beekmantown 0 1 0 0 — 1

First half- 1, PCS, Spear (Dick), 39:21.

Second half- 2, BCS, Pummel (Constanty), 20:43.

Shots: Peru 11. Beekmantown 9.

Saves: LaClair, BCS, 9. Loveless, PCS, 9.

NORTHEASTERN CLINTON 4, AUSABLE VALLEY 0

CLINTONVILLE — The Cougars erupted for four goals in the second half to take down the Patriots.

After a scoreless first half, Ryan Parent broke the tie with a score at the 9:42 mark of the second half. Austin Tetreault provided the assist.

Then, Tetreault got through AuSable Valley’s defense for three unassisted goals over the next 15 minutes to close out the scoring.

“NCCS pressured us most of the first and second half, but we were able to keep them off of the scoreboard for the first 55 minutes,” Patriots coach Bob Hamilton said. “Ten minutes into the second half, Austin Tetreault broke through our defense for three goals and an assist. It was impressive.”

Elias Smith, Ian Rennie and Nate Devins each had strong games for AuSable Valley.

Jimmy Provost made 11 saves in the loss for the Patriots. Brady Vassar turned away three shots to capture the shutout.

Northeastern Clinton 4, AuSable Valley 0

Northeastern Clinton 0 4 — 4

AuSable Valley 0 0 — 0

Second half- 1, NCCS, Parent (Tetreault), 9:42. 2, NCCS, Tetreault, 10:43. 3, NCCS, Tetreault, 15:20. 4, NCCS, Tetreault, 25:49.

Shots: Northeastern Clinton 23, AuSable Valley 4.

Saves: Vassar, NCCS, 3. Provost, AVC, 11.

Schroon Lake 3,Crown Point 1

SCHROON LAKE — Alex Shaughnessy, Bobby Rose and Austin Armstrong each contributed goals in the Wildcats’ win.

“On Senior Night, Bobby Rose scored the go-ahead goal off a header on a corner kick from senior Justin Lough,” Schroon Lake coach Lee Silvernail said. “Justin and Bobby had great games. We were able to control the midfield, which provided a lot of scoring opportunities and kept the ball on our offensive half for the majority of the game.”

Noah Macey scored the lone goal for the Panthers.

The Wildcats led shots in the match, 21-5.

Schroon Lake 3, Crown Point 1

Crown Point 1 0  —  1

Schroon Lake 1 2 — 3

First half- 1, CP, Macey (Debrobander), 20:51. 2, SL, Shaughnessy (Hall), 33:56.

Second half- 3, SL, Rose (Lough), 22:00. 4, SL, Armstrong (Hall), 31:30.

Shots: Schroon Lake 21. Crown Point 5.

Saves: Crowningshield, CP, 16. Maisonville, SL, 4.

Lake Placid 3, Willsboro 0

LAKE PLACID — Ryan Damp, Nzoni Thompson and Chris Williams each scored first-half goals in the Blue Bombers’ three-goal win.

Lake Placid coach Stuart Hemsley described Tuesday’s Senior Game a must-win for the Blue Bombers.

“Last year, the visitors beat (us) with 10 players,” Hemsley said. “What a difference a year makes. Three goals inside 30 minutes and none against shows how new, young players can handle varsity soccer.

“Playing any game 24 hours before a crucial head-to-head with Northern Adirondack is worrying, but we have come through unscathed with some bright spots. Stuart Baird, Pat Kane and Chris Williams were solid. Keeper Chris Kordziel recorded another shutout.”

Baird, Williams and Andrew Meister each recorded assists in the match.

Kordziel made five saves between the pipes for the win.

Lake Placid 3, Willsboro 0

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

Lake Placid 3 0 — 3

First half- 1, LP, Damp (Mesiter), 16:14. 2, LP, Thompson (Williams), 22:42. 3, LP, Williams (Baird), 28:33.

Shots: Lake Placid 22. Willsboro 6.

Saves: Kordziel, LP, 5. Cross, WCS, 11.

Wells 1, Keene 0

KEENE — Stephen Raymond scored the lone tally of the match as the Indians slipped past the Beavers, 1-0.

Raymond’s goal, which was assisted by Seth Weaver, was scored at 22:32 of the first half.

“Ben Brenan played a good game in goal for Wells,” Keene coach Charlie Platt said. “Colton Venner played a strong game for Keene in the midfield.”

Brenan made 22 stops for the Wells. Brandon Dumas and Max Rossi combined for 10 saves for the Beavers.

Wells 1, Keene 0

Wells 1 0 — 1

Keene 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, WCS, Raymond (Weaver), 22:32.

Shots: Keene 16. Wells 14.

Saves: Brenan, WCS, 22. Rossi (3), Dumas (7), KCS, 10.

Minerva/Newcomb 3, Johnsburg 0

JOHNSBURG — Dughan Karaali, Kalab Helms and Jacob Galusha each scored in the three-goal win.

Dustin Saville was credited with an assist on Helms’ goal at 25:29 of the second half.

Alex Ruzbacki made four saves in the shutout performance for the Mountaineers.

Mark Cleveland made two stops for the Jaguars.

Minerva/Newcomb 3, Johnsburg 0

Minerva/Newcomb 1 2 — 3

Johnsburg 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, M/N, Karaali, 12:09.

Second half- 2, M/N, Helms (Saville), 25:29. 3, M/N, Galusha, 39:59.

Shots: Johnsburg 12. Minerva/Newcomb 7.

Saves: Ruzbacki, M/N, 4. Cleveland, J, 2.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 7, Kings 3

INDIAN LAKE — Shane Short nabbed a hat-trick performance before adding two assists in the Orange’s four-goal defeat of the Lions in nonleague play.

Curtis Seaman added two goals and one assist. Hendry Sandiford and Zach Hoag also registered goals in the match.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 7, Kings 3

Kings 0 3 — 3

Indian Lake/Long Lake 2 5 — 7

Shots: Kings 19. Indian Lake/Long Lake 13.

Saves: Giessen, IL/LL, 14. Arens, K, 5.

GIRLSChazy 3, Northern Adirondack 2

ELLENBURG — Rachel Pombrio, Hannah Laurin and Amber Polomsky led the Lions with goals, fending off the Bobcats.

“It was an intense, well-played game by both teams,” No. 16 Northern Adirondack coach Sharon Relation said. “Chazy was able to capitalize on a few of our transitional lapses. It was a close game right to the end.”

Elle Warick and Taylor Durnin each scored for the Bobcats.

Logan Baker made 10 stops in net for No. 3 Chazy. Anna Lashway registered 12 saves for Northern Adirondack.

Chazy 3, Northern Adirondack 2

Chazy 3 0 — 3

Northern Adirondack 2 0 — 2

First half- 1, NAC, Warick (Venne), 3:44. 2, C, Pombrio (Laurin), 21:34. 3, C, Laurin (Pombrio), 25:41. 4, Polomsky (Latremore), 34:03. 5, NAC, Durnin, 36:00 (PK).

Shots: Chazy 20. Northern Adirondack 16.

Saves: Baker, C, 10. Lashway, NAC, 12.

NORTHERN ATHLETIC CONF.Chateaugay 4, Tupper Lake 0

CHATEAUGAY — Brianna Cook scored two first-half goals as the No. 3 Bulldogs (12-0-1) rolled to a four-goal blanking of the Lumberjacks.

Haylee Tower and Rachel Young also registered tallies. Katie Beach recorded three saves for Chateaugay, who led shots, 26-1.

“Brooke Dewyea, Tupper Lake’s goalkeeper, played really well,” Bulldogs coach Steve Lang said. “We worked hard, but she made some quality saves. We ran into a hot a goalie, so kudos to her.”

Dewyea was credited with 16 saves in the loss.

Lang was pleased with the effort of his defenders.

“Abby Barnes, Taylor Winch, Brandi Cook and Courtney Yando all worked well to pitch the shutout,” Lang said.

Chateaugay 4, Tupper Lake 0

Tupper Lake 0 0 — 0

Chateaugay 3 1 — 4

First half- 1, C, B. Cook (Beach), 35:08. 2, C, B. Cook (Beach), 36:27. 3, C, Tower (Beach), 39:01.

Second half- 4, C, Young (A. Cook), 36:03.

Shots: Chateaugay 26. Tupper Lake 1.

Saves: Boyea, C, 1. Dewyea, TL, 16.