Matott scores game-winner for NCCS against AuSable Valley

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Posted: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 3:23 am

Katie Matott took off on a breakaway with just over 12 minutes remaining and snuck one past AuSable Valley’s Bryce Douglass to score the game-winning goal in Northeastern Clinton’s 2-1 Northern Soccer League girls’ soccer victory.

Rachel Knapp gave the Patriots a 1-0 lead when she scored on an assist from Kendra Niemann with 27:21 remaining in the first half.

The lead would remain until Jenna Lavalley found the back of the net 3:06 into the second half. Taylor Rabideau collected the assist.

Then, Matott scored her game-winner with 12:09 remaining in the game.

“Both teams played well and controlled the game at different times,” AuSable Valley coach Bruce Bourgeois said. “Coach (Tim) Surprenant kept his team focused in the second half to keep the pressure on the AuSable side.

“(Christina) Paola played an excellent game in net for NCCS.”

Paola turned away nine shots to earn the victory. Douglass made eight stops for the Patriots.

NE Clinton 2, AuSable Valley 1

NE Clinton 0 2 — 2

AuSable Valley 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, AV, Knapp (Niemann), 12:39.

Second half- 2, NCCS, Lavalley (Rabideau), 3:06. 3, NCCS, Matott, 27:51.

Shots: AuSable Valley 12, Northeastern Clinton 11.

Saves: Douglass, AV, 8. Paola, NCCS, 9.


Seton Catholic 2, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0

ELIZABETHTOWN — Ashley Carpenter scored on two occasions in the Knights’ two-goal win over the Lions.

Carpenter opened scoring with 36:06 gone in the first half. The assist was credited to Paige Spittler.

Carpenter, a first-year player on the varsity level, helped Seton Catholic to a 2-0 lead with her second tally at 28:40. Sam Bashaw helped setup the goal.

“Paige Spittler and Ashley Carpenter were very tough,” Elizabethtown-Lewis coach Steve Denton said. “They work the ball well together off the give-and-go. They broke through our defense both times. Defensively, Lily Whalen played well for us (Monday).”

Kelli Ryan picked up the win for the Knights in net, saving three shots.

Seton Catholic 2, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0

Seton Catholic 2 0 — 2

Etown-Lewis 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, SC, Carpenter (Spittler), 36:06. 2, SC, Carpenter (Bashaw), 28:40.

Shots: Seton Catholic 17. Elizabethtown-Lewis 5.

Saves: Ryan, SC, 3. Disorga, ELCS, 10.


Plattsburgh High 2, Saranac Lake 0

PLATTSBURGH — Hailey McLaughlin and Shae Frady each registered first-half goals as the Hornets squeaked past the Red Storm, 2-0.

McLaughlin put Plattsburgh High on the board at 4:13 when she scored off a corner kick.

Frady made it 2-0 with 7:40 remaining in the first half.

Brooke Knight attacked the end line, crossing a ball across the six-yard box for Frady to finish.

“Kelsey Senecal had a great game for us in the back,” Hornets coach Tim Mulligan said.

Plattsburgh High held the upper hand in shots, 17-3. Goalkeeper Alyssa Salls was credited with the shutout.

Plattsburgh High 2, Saranac Lake 0

Saranac Lake 0 0 — 0

Plattsburgh High 2 0 — 2

First half- 1, PHS, McLaughlin, 4:13. 2, PHS, Frady (Knight), 32:20.

Shots: Plattsburgh High 17. Saranac Lake 3.

Saves: Salls, PHS, 2. Hunt, SLCS, 12.



CHAZY — Hannah Laurin connected on three goals, including two in the first half, as the Eagles defeated the Sentinels.

Rachel Pombrio added a goal and two assists for Chazy, while Kinnan Latremore finished with two helpers.

“It was nice to score early and set the tempo,” Eagles coach Karin Sherman said. “Hannah Laurin stepped it up and was a huge threat. Kinnan Latremore and Rachel Pombrio played well offensively and were huge playmakers.

“Olivia Blais played strong at sweeper.”

Haleigh Wright scored the lone goal for Ticonderoga.

Logan Baker (1) and Gwen Lapier combined for one save in net for Chazy. Sadie Hamel stopped 13 shots for the Sentinels.

Chazy 4, Ticonderoga 1

Ticonderoga 0 1 — 1

Chazy 3 1 — 4

First half- 1, C, Laurin (Latremore), 2:59. 2, C, Laurin (Pombrio), 12:54. 3, C, Pombrio (Latremore), 37:02.

Second half- 4, T, Wright, 7:10. 5, C, Laurin (Pombrio), 9:21.

Shots: Chazy 26, Ticonderoga 3.

Saves: Baker (1), Lapier (0), C, 1. Hamel, T, 13.



WILLSBORO — Elle Warick scored three first-half goals to lift the Bobcats over the Warriors.

Warick netted her first goal just 5:57 into the game before adding two more before the half.

Magan Magee added a second-half goal and picked up an assist. Taylor Durnin and Juliana Gardner also registered assists.

“NAC played a great game,” Willsboro coach Mike Douglas said. “They had too many weapons on the field for us to handle.

“Elle Warick had a great game for them and Rachael Venne was also dangerous. She was able to draw a lot of attention, which opened things up for her teammates.”

Bridget Moran had a strong game for the Warriors at midfield.

Stephanie Blanchard made 21 saves in the loss. Anna Lashway made one stop for the shutout win.

Northern Adirondack 4, Willsboro 0

N Adirondack 3 1 — 4

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, NAC, Warick (Durnin), 5:57. 2, NAC, Warick (Gardner), 22:37. 3, NAC, Warick (Magee), 30:29.

Second half- 4, NAC, Magee (Boulrice), 39:57.

Shots: Northern Adirondack 27, Willsboro 1.

Saves: Lashway, NAC, 1. Blanchard, Wills, 21.



WESTPORT — Makenzie Winslow scored three first-half goals as the Mountaineers knocked off the Eagles.

Minerva/Newcomb scored all five of its goals during the first half.

Isabella Bureau and Dakota Bennett each finished with a goal. Rebecca Marra added two assists, while Danielle McNally chipped in with one.

Astasia Myler made five saves in the shutout. Hannah Looby stopped six shots for Westport in the loss.

Minerva/Newcomb 5, Westport 0

Minerva/New 5 0 — 5

Westport 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, M/N, Winslow (Marra), 3:55. 2, M/N, Winslow, 12:40. 3, M/N, Bureau (McNally), 17:09. 4, M/N, Winslow, 20:06. 5, M/N, Bennett (Marra), 32:30.

Shots: Minerva/Newcomb 12, Westport 6.

Saves: Looby, West, 6. Myler, M/N, 5.



SCHROON LAKE — Brittany Foote tallied three times and Torrie Vradenburg scored her first varsity goal as the Panthers shutout the Wildcats.

Logan Harrington got Crown Point on the board early in the first half. Vradenburg had her first career goal to give the Panthers a 2-0 halftime lead.

Foote then went back-to-back-to-back in the second half to close out the scoring.

Harrington, Vradenburg, Kayli Stone and Christy McGuiness all had assists for Crown Point.

Molly Wisser made 10 saves in a losing cause for Schroon Lake. Amanda Wolf stopped two shots in the win.

Crown Point 5, Schroon Lake 0

Crown Point 2 3 — 5

Schroon Lake 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, CP, Harrington (T. Vradenburg), 1:14. 2, CP, T. Vradenburg (Stone), 10:20.

Second half- 3, CP, Foote (Harrington), 3:50. 4, CP, Foote (McGuinness), 18:24. 5, CP, Foote, 36:09.

Shots: Crown Point 12, Schroon Lake 4.

Saves: M. Wisser, SL, 10. Wolf, CP, 2.


Saranac Lake 1, AuSable Valley 0

CLINTONVILLE — Blake Battistoni scored the game’s lone goal as the No. 18 Red Storm kept their record unblemished in a one-goal win.

Saranac Lake maintained a 36-6 advantage in shots on goal.

“This was a defensive struggle for our team,” Patriots coach Bob Hamilton said. “We played very well and had a few chances to score, but did not finish. Saranac Lake is a great team with a lot of speed. They move the ball well and are very aggressive around the net.”

Oliver Holmes got the shutout win in net for the Red Storm, saving four shots. Jimmy Provost had a busy night for the Patriots, registering 21 saves.

“I’m very proud of my boys,” Hamilton said. “They never let up even after losing two defenders to injury.”

Saranac Lake 1, AuSable Valley 0

Saranac Lake 1 0 — 1

AuSable Valley 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, SLCS, Battistoni (Cowen), 39:40.

Shots: Saranac Lake 36. AuSable Valley 6.

Saves: Holmes, SLCS, 4. Provost, AVCS, 21.

Northern Athletic Conf.

Madrid-Waddington 1Chateaugay 0

MADRID — The Yellow Jackets (7-1) fired 11 shots before they found the back of the net, but Kyle Pickering only needed one.

Pickering’s tally at 5:53 of the first half helped Madrid-Waddington to a 1-0 win over the Bulldogs (4-1).

“It was a well-played game both ways,” Chateaugay coach Bob Ouimet said. “We had chances in the first half, and we should have had the lead. We couldn’t capitalize. But we play them next month at home, so we’ll see what happens.”

TJ Gagnon got the shutout win for the Yellow Jackets, making eight stops in net. Josh Trombley made seven saves for the Bulldogs.

Madrid-Waddington 1, Chateaugay 0

Chateaugay 0 0 — 0

Madrid-Wadd 0 1 — 1

Second half- 1, M-W, Pickering (Lenney), 5:53.

Shots: Madrid-Waddington 11. Chateaugay 10.

Saves: Trombley, C, 7. Gagnon, M-D, 8.

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