Boquet Valley grabs 2-0 win over Willsboro

ALVIN REINER/P-R PHOTOWillsboro's Stephen Leibeck attempts to tee off while Boquet Valley's Lucas Spilling comes over to defend during a boys Northern Soccer League Division II game Friday in Willsboro.

WILLSBORO Matt Pribble and Blake Liberi each tallied in the second half to power Boquet Valley past Willsboro, 2-0, in Northern Soccer League play Friday.

Pribble opened scoring at the 28:42 mark, and Liberi cushioned Boquet Valley's lead with less than a minute left in play.

The Griffins' Brandon Tromblee turned away five shots for a shutout, and the Warriors' Regan Arnold also had five saves.

“We recognized the seniors on the team (Friday), Jared Ball and Bryant Rowe, during their Senior Day. They both played hard and represented their families, community and school well (Friday),” Willsboro coach Andrew Lee said. “Boquet Valley scored its first goal on a mess in front of the net. We had to push people up later in the game, and Liberi was able to find some space for a breakaway goal.”

Boquet Valley 2, Willsboro 0

Boquet Valley 0 2 — 2

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

Second half- 1, BV, Pribble, 28:42. 2, BV, Liberi, 39:04.

Shots- Boquet Valley 10, Willsboro 8.

Saves-Tromblee, BV, 5. Arnold, WICS, 5.



PERU — Nikalas Hamel was the equalizer in the Chiefs' last-minute tie against the Indians.

Peru's Ryan Furnia opened scoring in the first half with a goal at the 35:52 mark, and Hamel notched a goal off an assist from Saranac's Dominic Harkness in the second half.

“This was a hard-fought game between the two teams. Peru controlled play slightly more during regular time, however, Hamel rose to the occasion and put a great shot in the net off of the back post at the end of regulation,” Indians coach Matt Armstrong said. “Saranac controlled the majority of play in extra time. For Peru, Tanner Spear anchored a strong defensive effort by the Indians.

"For Saranac, Hamel, Zashon Abrams and Jack Mather stood out.”

Peru 1, Saranac 1 (OT)

Saranac 0 1 0 — 1

Peru 1 0 0 — 1

First half- 1, PCS, Furnia (Spear), 35:52.

Second half- 2, SCS, Hamel (Harkness), 39:06.

Shots- Peru 7, Saranac 6.

Saves- Ashley, SCS, 6. McBride, PCS, 5.




CHAZY — Heath Lucas' goal in the second half put the Eagles ahead for good.

Chazy's Joey DeOndarza opened scoring in the first half with a goal off Dale Gonyo, and the Bobcats' Casper LaBarge fired back at the 10:31 mark of the second half to equalize.

Lucas and Gonyo each tallied shortly after for Chazy, and Luke Moser scored his first varsity goal at the 24:41 mark, according to Eagles coach Rob McAuliffe.

Chazy 4, Northern Adirondack 1

Northern Adirondack 0 1 — 1

Chazy 1 3 — 4

First half- 1, CCRS, DeOndarza (Gonyo), 16:28.

Second half- 2, NAC, Labarge (Smart), 10:31. 3, CCRS, Lucas, 11:32. 4, CCRS, Gonyo, 16:43. 5, CCRS, Moser (Hansen), 24:41.

Shots- Chazy 13, Northern Adirondack 6.

Saves- Huchro, CCRS, 5. Stickney, NAC, 7.




CROWN POINT — Andrew Pelkey and Cian Bresnahan each registered two goals for the Wildcats' victory over the Panthers.

Schroon Lake's Ethan Fariss opened scoring, and Tommy Dorsett put Crown Point on the board with a goal at the 23:58 mark of the first half.

“Schroon Lake played a nice possession game and has made big leaps as a team from last year and the first time we played them,” Panthers coach Randy Pertak said. “This was Senior Night for Dylan Sours, Cameron Harrington and Joe Safford. They have contributed to the success of our program over the last couple of years. Tommy Dorsett scored his first varsity goal (Friday).”

Schroon Lake 5, Crown Point 1

Schroon Lake 3 2 — 5

Crown Point 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, SL, Fariss (Ci. Bresnahan), 2:09. 2, SL,Ci. Bresnahan (A. Pelkey), 15:16. 3, CP, Dorsett (Waldorf), 23:58. 4, SL, A. Pelkey, 35:17.

Second half- 5, SL, Ci. Bresnahan (Peace), 8:52. 6, SL, A. Pelkey (Ci. Bresnahan), 36:49.

Shots- Schroon Lake 12, Crown Point 6.

Saves- Koenig, SL, 2. Sours, CP, 5.




PLATTSBURGH — The Blue Bombers' Tyler Hinckley scored a second-half goal to force overtime and equalize.

Ryan Kavanaugh scored off a header just inside the penalty area in the first half to put Plattsburgh High on the board, according to Hornets coach Chris LaRose.

Lake Placid's Connor Reid found Hinckley just 5:52 into the second half, and neither team could pull ahead in overtime play.

“Both teams played hard and had chances in each half. The defense for each team stood tall when it needed to,” LaRose said. “Lake Placid is a well coached team and will be dangerous come sectional time. Now we prepare for Saranac next week as we gear up to close out the regular season and prepare ourselves for sectionals.”

Plattsburgh High 1, Lake Placid (OT)

Lake Placid 0 1 0 — 1

Plattsburgh High 1 0 0 — 1

First half- 1, PHS, Kavanaugh (Savastano), time not provided.

Second half- 2, LP, Hinckley (Reid), 5:52.

Shots- Plattsburgh High 10, Lake Placid 7.

Saves- Armstrong, LP, 9. Tuller, PHS, 6.

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