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September 11, 2013

Amelia Jenks' OT goal gives Chiefs win over Cougars


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SARANAC — Amelia Jenks’ goal with three minutes remaining in the second overtime period helped Saranac to a Division I win over Northeastern Clinton in girls’ Northern Soccer League action Tuesday 3-2.

“It was a great back-and-forth game,” Chiefs coach Mary LoTemplio said. “Northeastern Clinton came to play. They had a penalty kick late in the second overtime with an opportunity to tie the game, too. Summer Gillespie, who went in briefly for Jamie Favreau in net, came up with the save. Both teams competed hard.”



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Kayla Napper opened the game’s scoring with three minutes remaining in the first half on a cross from Ellen Thew. Napper redirected it out of the air and past keeper Christina Paola.

After the two teams exchanged back-to-back goals in the second half, Shayln Rowe helped the Cougars send the game to overtime with a tally at 30:00. The goal was assisted by Payton Sample.

Amy LoTemplio was credited with the assist on Jenks’ game-winning tally.

Saranac held the advantage in shots on goal 15-9.

Saranac 3, Northeastern Clinton 2 (OT)

N. Clinton 0 2 0 — 2

Saranac 1 1 1 — 3

First half- 1, SCS, Napper (Thew), 37:00.

Second half- 2, NCCS, Rowe (Tucker), 1:00. 3, SCS, Gillespie (Napper), 17:00. 4, NCCS, Rowe (Sample), 30:00.

Overtime- 5, SCS, Jenks (LoTemplio), 7:00.

Shots: Saranac 15. Northeastern Clinton 9.

Saves: Favreau (6), Gillespie (1), SCS, 7. Paola, NCCS, 8.

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Seton Catholic 3, Moriah 2

PLATTSBURGH — The Knights were able to defeat the visiting Vikings by a one-goal margin in Division II play.

The game was hotly-contested between the two teams, but the eventual game-winning goal came at 26:40 of the second half when Ashley Carpenter was able to finish a through ball played by Paige Spittler.

“Carpenter and Spittler played well on the attack, while Kelli Ryan made some key saves down the stretch,” Seton Catholic coach Jason Fenner said.

As well as netting the final goal of the match, Carpenter also put the first point on the board at 15:20 off a defensive mistake by Moriah. The Vikings responded shortly after as a loose ball deflected off a Seton Catholic player, which ended in an own-goal to tie the score at one a piece.

Spittler gave the Knights the lead once again at 30:40 of the first half.

However, Moriah struck first to start the second half when Halie Snyder was able to capitalize off a semi-breakaway to tie the game up at two.

“Halie Snyder played a fantastic game, and Lauren Cross was tough to beat in net for Moriah,” Fenner said.

The tie was short-lived, though. Nearly two minutes later, Carpenter capitalized off Spittler’s pass.

Lauren Cross made 16 saves for the Vikings, while Kelli Ryan recorded 11 saves for Seton Catholic.

Seton Catholic 3, Moriah 2

Moriah 1  1 — 2

Seton Catholic 2 1 — 3

First half: 1, SC, Carpenter, 15:20. 2, M, Sprague, 21:05. 3, SC, Spittler, 30:40.

Second half: 4, M, Snyder (MacDougal), 24:34. 5, SC, Carpenter (Spittler), 26:40.

Shots: Seton Catholic 24. Moriah 17.

Saves: Cross, M, 16. Ryan, SC, 11.

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Northern Adirondack 3, Ticonderoga 2

ELLENBURG — Magan Magee was the hero for the Bobcats in a matchup against the Sentinels.

Magee scored the game-winning goal with 41 seconds left in the second half to give Northern Adirondack a 3-2 victory.

“It was very close,” Bobcats coach Sharon Relation said. “I thought we were going into overtime, but we were able to pull off the win.”

Northern Adirodack’s Rachael Venne put in the first goal of the game with 30:09 left in the first half, which was assisted by Magee.

The Sentinels finally got on the scoreboard with a goal by Haleigh Wright with 54 seconds left before halftime.

To start the second half, Magee scored off a direct free kick just outside the box to help the Bobcats regain the lead.

It wasn’t until three minutes remaining in the match when Ticonderoga was able to tie it all up with a goal by Kylie Austin.

However, the game-winning strike came with just under a minute to play.

Northern Adirondack’s Elle Warick took the ball wide down the sideline and crossed it toward the top of the box for Magee, who placed it over the keeper’s head and into the back of the net.

Sadie Hamel was in goal for Ticonderoga, and she finished the day with nine saves.

Anna Lashway recorded five saves for the Bobcats.

Northern Adirondack 3, Ticonderoga 2

Ticonderoga 1 1 — 2

N. Adirondack 1 2 — 3

First half: 1, NAC, Venne (Magee), 30:09. 2, TCS, Wright (Austin), 0:54.

Second half: 3, NAC, Magee, 30:56. 4, TCS, Austin (Bezon), 3:00. 5, NAC, Magee (Warick), 0:41.

Shots: Northern Adirondack 15. Ticonderoga 7.

Saves: Hamel, TCS, 9. Lashway, NAC, 5.

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Lake Placid 3, Elizabethtown-Lewis 1

ELIZABETHTOWN — Adele Jesmer scored one goal and assisted on another in the Blue Bombers’ two-goal defeat of the Lions in Division II play.

Lake Placid opened the game’s scoring with consecutive goals in the first half by Lisa Mirinis at 14:50 and Taylor Barney at 24:17.

Elizabethtown-Lewis, however, cut the differential to one when Angel Barnes put one past Laura Stanton in the early stages of the second half.

Jesmer put the icing on the cake with her second point of the night midway through the second stanza.

The Blue Bombers outshot the Lions 13-3.

Lake Placid 3, Elizabethtown-Lewis 1

Lake Placid 2 1 — 3

E’town-Lewis 0 1 — 1

First half- 1, LP, Mirinis (P. Barney), 14:50. 2, LP, T. Barney (Jesmer), 24:17.

Second half- 3, ELCS, Barnes (Decker), 13:53. 4, LP, Jesmer (Goulette), 15:36.

Shots: Lake Placid 13, Elizabethtown-Lewis 3.

Saves: Disogra, ELCS, 10. Stanton, LP, 2.

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Keene 3, Westport 1

WESTPORT — The Beavers left Westport with a win Tuesday, defeating the Eagles 3-1.

Hanna Whitney dominated offensively for Keene. She ended the day with two goals and one assist.

Westport’s Brendee Russell scored the first goal of the game a little over five minutes into the match. Russell’s goal would be the only time the Eagles would get on the board.

At 11:23, Sava Gagliandi netted Keene’s first goal, which was assisted by Whitney.

Then, Whitney gave the Eagles the lead toward the end of the half, assisted by Elaina Smith.

At 28:54 of the second half, Whitney once again found the back of the net, giving Keene the insurance goal to secure the win.

Hannah Looby had three saves in goal for Westport, while Tucker Geiger recorded five saves for the Beavers.

Keene 3, Westport 1

Keene 2 1 — 3

Westport 1 0 — 1

First half: 1, WP, Russell, 5:05. 2, K, Gagliandi (Whitney), 11:23. 3, K, Whitney (Smith), 33:15.

Second half: 4, K, Whitney (Peduzzi), 28:54.

Shots: Westport 15. Keene 9.

Saves: Geiger, K, 5. Looby, WP, 3.

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Minerva/Newcomb 3, Schroon Lake 0

SCHROON LAKE — The Mountaineers were able to go into Schroon Lake Tuesday and get a convincing victory against the Wildcats.

Millie Winslow highlighted the scoreboard for Minerva-Newcomb, recording all three goals of the game. The first two goals were assisted by Rebecca Murra.

The Mountaineers were only up by a goal at halftime. Schroon Lake coach Mary Lou Shaughnessy credited the “defensive pressure” of Amanda James and Dakota Gadway.

With only one sub on the bench, the Wildcats’ fatigue seemed to kick in. Winslow was able to knock in the final two goals in the second half to solidify the win.

Julianna Finnerty recorded 18 saves for Schroon Lake, while Astasia Myler saved five for Minerva/Newcomb.

Minerva/Newcomb 3, Schroon Lake 0

Minerva 1 2 — 3

Schroon Lake 0 0 — 0

First half: 1, MN, Winslow (Murra), 25:11.

Second half: 2, MN, Winslow (Murra), 22:32. 3, MN, Winslow, 9:15.

Shots: Minerva-Newcomb 13. Schroon Lake 3.

Saves: Mayler, MN, 5. Finnerty, SL, 3.

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Beekmantown 6, Saranac Lake 3

SARANAC LAKE —The Eagles’ offense was too much for the Red Storm to handle.

“Beekmantown is a strong and well-skilled team,” Saranac Lake coach Amanda Zullo said. “Their midfield play is impressive.”

The Eagles went up by three quickly in the first half as Courtney Wilson and Kirstin Villemaire had one and two goals, respectively. Kelsie Gliniski knocked in a goal for Saranac Lake to make the score 3-1 at halftime.

“Kelsie Gliniski had an amazing game for us, while Jenny Ward and Maggie Darrah stepped up to fill some gaps in places they aren’t accustomed to,” Zullo said.

Beekmantown’s offense didn’t let down in the second half, scoring another two goals at 35:27 and 22:38 by Kallie Villemaire and Kirstin Vileamaire, respectively.

With eight minutes remaining, Saranac Lake got on the board again with a goal by Ashley Roddy, which was assisted by Cecily Decker.

Courtney Wilson would tack on the Eagles’ final goal at 5:08. However, the Red Storm were not going down quietly as Decker finished off a goal from Logan Hochwald with 2:33 remaining.

“We had a lot of opportunities, which we will work to capitalize on for next time,” Zullo said.

Beekmantown 6, Saranac Lake 3

Beekmantown 3 3 — 6

Saranac Lake 1 2 — 3

First half: 1, B, Wilson (Gonyea), 35:44. 2, B, Ki. Villemaire (Regan), 32:12. 3, B, Ki. Villemaire (Ka. Villemaire), 30:13. 4, SL, Gliniski, 10:00.

Second half: 5 B, Ka. Villemaire (Regan),35:27. 6 B, Ki. Villemarie (Regan),22:38. 7, SL, Roddy (Decker), 8:00. 8, B, Wilson (Ka. Villemaire). 5:08. 9, SL, Decker (Hochwald), 2:33.

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Chazy 9, Willsboro 0

CHAZY — The Eagles dominated at home as they cruised to a 9-0 win against the Warriors.

Rachel Pombrio and Lilly Hayes led Chazy in scoring as they both had two goals a piece. Baily Pepper, Hannah Laurin, Christine Pilon and Lindsay Gilmore also added a goal for the Eagles.

Stephanie Blouchard started in net for Willsboro.

Chazy 9, Willsboro 0

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

Chazy 3 6 — 9

First half: 1, C, Pepper (Gonyo), 2:11. 2, C, Pombrio (Trombley), 31:28. 3, C, Pombrio (Gonyo), 37:10.

Second half: 4, C, Gonyo, 4:10. 5, C, Laurin (Trombley), 6:25. 6, C, Hayes (Kreckel), 12:39. 7, C, Hayes (Barcomb), 14:36. 8, C, Pilon (Kreckel), 20:47. 9, C, Gilmore 30:19.

Shots: Willsboro 1. Chazy 22.

Saves: Baker, C, 1.

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Indian Lake/Long Lake 2, Crown Point 1

INDIAN LAKE — The Orange were able to come back from a 1-0 first-half deficit to defeat Crown Point.

The Panthers took the early lead on Hunter Spaulding’s unassisted goal at 17:09.

After a scoreless first half, Indian Lake/Long Lake’s Jazmin Piraino put a pass from Cheyenne Wilder in the back of the net to tie the score.

Rebecca King played a solid game defensively and offensively. King knocked home the game winner from Piraino at 22:03, which gave the Orange the victory.

Madison Miller had 11 saves for Indian Lake/Long Lake, while Kayli Stone recorded nine saves for Crown Point.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 2, Crown Point 1

Crown Point 1 0 — 1

Indian Lake/Long Lake 0 2 — 2

First half: 1, CP, Spaulding, 17:09.

Second half: 2, IL/LL, Piraino (Wilder), 9:30. 3, IL/LL, King (Piriano), 22:03.

Shots: Crown Point 15. Indian Lake/Long Lake 10.

Saves: Stone, CP, 9. Miller, IL/LL, 11.

Northern Athletic Conference

Chateaugay 12, St. Regis Falls 0

CHATEAUGAY — The Bulldogs dominated against visiting St. Regis Falls Tuesday.

Hannah Cook led the charge for Chateaugay as she recorded four goals and two assists. Katie Beach also had a productive day for the Bulldogs with two goals and five assists.

Kennedy Boyea, Abby Cowan and Kayley Whyte all took turns in net for Chateaugay, but none were tested as the Saints were unable to get a shot on goal.

St. Regis goalkeeper Kiana Stowell had a busy day, saving 21 of Chateaugay’s 34 shots.

The Bulldogs next game will be at home Friday against Brushton-Moira.

Chateaugay 12, St. Regis Falls 0

Chateaugay 7 5 — 12

St. Regis Falls 0 0 — 0

First half: 1, Chat, H. Cook (B. Cook), 2:08. 2, Chat, Charland (Beach), 4:27. 3, Chat, Charland (Beach), 6:29. 4, Chat, Roach (Young), 15:06. 5, Chat H. Cook (Beach), 15:42. 6, Chat, H. Cook (B. Cook), 16:01. 7, Chat, H. Cook (Beach), 18:37.

Second half- 8, Chat, Beach, 1:00. 9, Chat, Beach (H. Cook), 4:01. 10, Chat, Barnes (Young), 12:16. 11, Chat, Dwyer (H. Cook), 20:45. 12, Chat, Charland (Beach), 27:56.

Shots: Chateaugay 34. St. Regis Falls 0.

Saves: Stowell, SRF, 21.