Durgan’s first-half goal sends Eagles past Hornets

PLATTSBURGH — Beekmantown’s Avery Durgan scored the lone goal to help the Eagles narrowly defeat Plattsburgh High, 1-0, in a girls Northern Soccer League Division I match Friday.

Durgan’s goal took place at the 28:57 mark of the first half.

“Competitive game by both teams,” Hornets coach Tim Mulligan said. “We failed to capitalize on some opportunities to take the lead early and tie late.”

The Eagles’ Bailey Carter came away with 12 saves and a clean sheet, and Plattsburgh’s Mackenzie Lawfer registered 11 saves.

“Lawfer made some important saves to keep us in the game to the end,” Mulligan said.

Beekmantown 1, Plattsburgh High 0

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Plattsburgh High 0 00

First half- 1, BCS, Durgan, 28:57.

Shots: Beekmantown 12, Plattsburgh 14.

Saves: Carter, BCS, 12. Lawfer, PHS, 11.



CHAMPLAIN — Audi Hollister, Kya McComb and Marlie Sample each tallied to give the Cougars the win over the Red Storm.

“We came out very strong and were able to score a quick goal but became complacent for the rest of the first half,” Northeastern Clinton coach Tim Surprenant said.

“Our effort, communication and passing was much better in the second half (which) resulted in some nice opportunities for us to score.”

The Cougars led shots, 18-2.

Saranac Lake’s Mecalyn Sousa turned away 15 shots.

Northeastern Clinton 3, Saranac Lake 0

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Northeastern Clinton 1 23

First half- 1, NCCS, McComb (Sample), 3:31.

Second half- 2, NCCS, Sample (Prairie), 17:43. 3, NCCS, Hollister (McComb), 32:36.

Shots: Northeastern Clinton 18, Saranac Lake 2.

Saves: Racine, NCCS, 2. Sousa, SLCS, 15.




CHAZY — Olivia Ferebee picked up a hat trick to give the Blue Bombers the win.

Ferebee was assisted by Emma Adragna twice and Natalie Tavares once.

Lake Placid’s Dariana Patterson also tallied at the 24:39 mark of the first half.

The Blue Bombers’ Lea O’Brien kept a clean sheet with six saves.

Olivia Rotella turned away seven shots for the Eagles.

Lake Placid 4, Chazy 0

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Chazy 0 00

First half- 1, LP, Ferebee (Adragna), 9:11. 2, LP, Ferebee (Tavares), 12:00. 3, LP, Patterson (Ferebee), 24:39.

Second half- 4, LP, Ferebee (Adragna), 7:27.

Shots: Lake Placid 11, Chazy 7.

Saves: O’Brien, LP, 6. Rotella, CCRS, 7.



PORT HENRY — Mikenna Valentine racked up six goals to help the Vikings cruise past the Sentinels.

Valentine’s natural hat trick in the first half was completed within the first 19 minutes, 55 seconds, and Reagan Garrison recorded a goal shortly after.

“Moriah’s defense played strong, which allowed the offense to slow down and use their skills to create opportunities,” Vikings coach Christina Slattery said.

Valentine was assisted by Avery Briggs, Lillian Huchro and Noel Williams.

Samantha Hayes recorded two saves and a shutout for the Vikings.

Lizzie Rich (14) and Kennedy Davis (four) totaled 18 saves for the Sentinels.

Moriah 7, Ticonderoga 0

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Moriah 5 27

First half- 1, MCS, Valentine (Briggs), 2:40. 2, MCS, Valentine, 7:32. 3, MCS, Valentine (Huchro), 19:55. 4, MCS, Garrison (Harter), 24:47. 5, MCS, Valentine (Williams), 37:08.

Second half- 6, MCS, Valentine, 23:07. 7, MCS, Valentine (Huchro), 26:58.

Shots: Moriah 25, Ticonderoga 2.

Saves: Hayes, MCS, 2. Rich (14), Davis (4), TCS, 18.



WESTPORT — Sydney Bisselle and Leanna Costin both found the back of the net to lead the Griffins past the Knights.

“We kept our shape nicely and played well as a team against a very tough opponent,” Boquet Valley coach Paul Buehler said.

Bisselle was set up by Anna Burdo in the second half.

Abby Monty had six saves and earned the shutout.

Boquet Valley 2, Seton Catholic 0

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Boquet Valley 1 12

First half- 1, BVCS, Costin, 6:11.

Second half- 2, BVCS, Bisselle (Burdo), 31:10.

Shots: Boquet Valley 11, Seton Catholic 6.

Saves: Monty, BVCS, 6. Johnston, SC, 9.




WILLSBORO — Jenna Ford buried four goals to power the Warriors over the Wildcats.

Ford registered a natural hat trick in the second half within 13 minutes, 25 seconds.

“The game was a lot closer than the score indicated,” Willsboro coach Chris Ford said.

“Schroon Lake’s defense was tough.”

Ford opened scoring at the 26:30 mark of the first half.

Abby Bruno tallied 14 saves and a shutout for the Warriors.

Willsboro 4, Schroon Lake 0

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Willsboro 1 34

First half- 1, WICS, Ford, 26:30.

Second half- 2, WICS, Ford (Crowningshield), 21:10. 3, WICS, Ford (Frenier), 29:15. 4, WICS, Ford, Cassavaugh), 34:35.

Shots: Willsboro 17, Schroon Lake 16.

Saves: Bruno, WICS, 14. Anavo, SLCS, 13.



CROWN POINT — Lynn Palen, Megan Quinn and Haylie Buysse each netted a goal to pace the Beavers past the Panthers.

Buysse assisted for both Palen and Quinn.

“Keene is a very strong team, and we really had our work cut out for us,” Crown Point coach Jayna Anderson said.

“Eleanor Harmon put in a stellar performance in goal to keep the score down.”

The Beavers outshot the Panthers, 20-1.

Keene 3, Crown Point 0

Keene 2 13

Crown Point 0 00

First half- 1, KCS, Palen (Buysse), 10:42. 2, KCS, Buysse, 16:59.

Second half- 3, KCS, Quinn (Buysse), 3:04.

Shots: Keene 20, Crown Point 1.

Saves: Johnson, KCS, 1. Harmon, CP, 17.

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