Murnane’s hat trick sends Knights past Vikings

PLATTSBURGH — Haley Murnane’s hat-trick performance lifted Seton Catholic to a 4-3 overtime win against Moriah in girls Northern Soccer League play Monday.

Murnane completed her three-goal day by finding the back of the net, off a Gillian Boulé assist, with 5:36 elapsed in the second overtime to help propel the Knights to a victory.

“This was a great team win for us,” Seton Catholic coach Ariel Masten said. “Everyone on our team contributed in some way toward this win.

“We were able to pass the ball very well (Monday) and capitalized on the opportunities we had.

“It was a great game of soccer all around. Both teams fought hard through regulation and the overtime periods.”

Reagan Garrison recorded a hat trick of her own for the Vikings and helped Moriah rally from a 3-1 deficit in the second half to force overtime.

Boulé accounted for the Knights’ other tally, which was the first of her varsity career.

Kennedy Spriggs finished with 13 saves in the Seton Catholic nets, while Samantha Hayes made nine stops for the Vikings.

Seton Catholic 4, Moriah 3 (OT)

Moriah 1 2 0 03

Seton Catholic 2 1 0 14

First half- 1, MCS, Garriosn (Valentine), 8:35. 2, SC, Murnane (Boule), 18:13. 3, SC, Boule, 21:38.

Second half- 4, SC, Murnane (Turner), 12:41. 5, MCS, Garrison (Valentine), 18:23. 6, MCS, Garrison (Towns), 30:21.

Second overtime- 7, SC, Murnane (Boule), 5:36.

Shots: Moriah 16, Seton Catholic 13.

Saves: Hayes, MCS, 9. Spriggs, SC, 13.



TICONDEROGA — The Bobcats outshot the Sentinels, 22-5, and buried one goal in both the first and second halves.

Alexis Pitts put Northern Adirondack ahead, and Anika Knight added some second-half insurance.

Bobcats’ goalie Aiden Lambert saved all five shots she faced to preserve the shutout.

Lizzie Rich had a busy game in net for Ticonderoga, turning away 16 shots.

Northern Adirondack 2, Ticonderoga 0

NAC 1 12

Ticonderoga 0 00

First half- 1, NAC, Pitts (Seguin), 25:59.

Second half- 2, NAC, Knight (Gilmore), 0:36.

Shots: Northern Adirondack 22, Ticonderoga 5.

Saves: Lambert, NAC, 5. Rich, TCS, 16.



LAKE PLACID — After Dariana Patterson’s opening goal, Emma Adragna notched the game-winner 11:21 into the second half to lead the Blue Bombers.

Analise Burdo brought the Griffins to within one goal with five minutes to go in regulation, but Boquet Valley was unable to bury an equalizer.

“Boquet did a great job stopping our attack in the first half,” Lake Placid coach Heather Brewer said. “They were very quick to shut down our midfield and forwards. We were able to adjust in the second half and spread the field, which allowed us to get two quick goals.”

Lea O’Brien’s five saves anchored the Blue Bombers’ defense, while Abby Monty turned away 10 shots for the Griffins.

Lake Placid 2, Boquet Valley 1

Boquet Valley 0 11

Lake Placid 0 22

Second half- 1, LP, Dar. Patterson (Bentley), 7:24. 2, LP, Adragna (Tavares), 11:21. 3, BV, Burdo (Schwoebel), 35:00.

Shots: Lake Placid 12, Boquet Valley 6.

Saves: Monty, BV, 10. O’Brien, LP, 5.



SARANAC LAKE — Rylie Lukens provided the Indians with all the scoring they needed to top the Red Storm.

Off an assist from Hallie LaDuke, Lukens put Peru ahead 20:49 into the first half.

Indians’ keeper Bri Brousseau notched the clean sheet with 14 saves.

Mecayln Sousa turned away 12 shots for Saranac Lake.

Peru 1, Saranac Lake 0

Peru 1 01

Saranac Lake 0 00

First half- 1, PCS, Lukens (LaDuke), 20:49.

Shots: Saranac Lake 14, Peru 13.

Saves: Brousseau, PCS, 14. Sousa, SLCS, 12.



SARANAC — Payton Couture’s five saves and goals from Bella Lacroix and Sydney Myers led the Chiefs to their first defeat of the Eagles since the 2013 Section VII Class B championship.

“We played well, and it is nice to start the league season with a win,” Saranac coach Mary LoTemplio said.

The Chiefs held a 15-7 advantage over Beekmantown in the shots category.

Bailey Carter piled up 11 saves to anchor the Eagles.

Saranac 2, Beekmantown 0

Beekmantown 0 00

Saranac 1 12

First half- 1, SCS, Lacroix (Davis), 9:00.

Second half- 2, SCS, S. Myers (K. Myers), 10:00.

Shots: Saranac 15, Beekmantown 7.

Saves: Carter, BCS, 11. Couture, SCS, 5.



CLINTONVILLE — Jenna Stanley’s tally at the 31-minute mark of the first half gave the Patriots all the scoring they needed.

Emma Crowningshield picked up the assist on Stanley’s goal.

Koree Stillwell finished with 12 saves to shut out the Hornets, while Mackenzie Lawfer also had 12 stops for Plattsburgh.

AuSable Valley coach Lindsey Douglas said the win was great for her team and complimented the performance’s of both squads.

The Hornets and Patriots tied, 15-15, in shots.

AuSable Valley 1, Plattsburgh High 0

PHS 0 00

AuSable Valley 1 01

First half- 1, AVCS, Stanley (Crowningshield), 31:00.

Shots: Plattsburgh High 15, AuSable Valley 15.

Saves: Lawfer, PHS, 12. Stillwell, AVCS, 12.



WILLSBORO — Jenna Ford had quite a game with six goals to lead the Warriors.

Tekla Fine-Lease and Kaili Bourdeau added tallies for Willsboro, and Abbigail Bruno stopped two shots.

“We lost our focus at the beginning of the second half but bounced back,” Warriors coach Chris Ford said. “The girls are starting to see the field better and recognize things as they develop. Tekla Fine-Lease scored her first varsity goal. It won’t show up in the stats, but Lilly Nolette played a great game for us.”

Nina Oliver and Alexis Jackson were responsible for the two goals for the Orange.

Willsboro 8, Indian Lake/Long Lake 2

IL/LL 0 22

Willsboro 4 48

First half- 1, WICS, Ford (Frenier), 17:25. 2, WICS, Ford (Cassavaugh), 20:17. 3, WICS, Ford, 23:38. 4, WICS, Fine-Lease (Nolette), 34:12.

Second half- 5, IL/LL, Oliver (Strader), 4:51. 6, Jackson, 6:54. 7, WICS, Ford (Fine-Lease), 8:01. 8, WICS, Ford (Frenier), 8:23. 9, WICS, Ford, 18:44. 10, WICS, Bourdeau, 38:42.

Shots: Willsboro 25, Indian Lake/Long Lake 6.

Saves: Campbell, IL/LL, 11. Bruno, WICS, 2.



SCHROON LAKE — Malena Gereau and Saige Shaughnessy accounted for two tallies apiece to boost the Wildcats.

Gereau and Shaughnessy’s goals highlighted a strong first half that saw Schroon Lake outscore the Indians, 4-0.

Maddie Anauo found the back of the net for the Wildcats’ fifth goal.

Alexis Brooks tallied Wells’ lone goal of the game.

Schroon Lake 5, Wells 1

Wells 0 11

Schroon Lake 4 15

First half- 1, SL, Gereau, 25:42. 2, SL, Shaughnessy, 24:17. 3, SL, Gereau, 8:59. 4, SL, Shaughnessy, 2:59.

Second half- 5, SL, Anauo (Hayden), 26:00. 6, W, Brooks (Braunius), 9:09.

Shots: Schroon Lake 18, Wells 5.

Saves: Courtney, W, 8. Hayden (2) Haneman (3), SL, 5.



KEENE VALLEY — Alyssa Summo scored twice, Haylie Buysse tallied once and Kaiya Belisle notched two assists to pace the Beavers.

Sophia Johnson took home the shutout with five saves for Keene.

Charlize Bernard had four stops in the Johnsburg-Minerva nets.

Keene 3, Johnsburg-Minerva 0

J/M 0 00

Keene 1 23

First half- 1, KCS, Summo (Cook), 36:36.

Second half- 2, KCS, Buysse (Belisle), 9:00. 3, KCS, Summo (Belisle), 19:26.

Shots: Keene 11, Johnsburg-Minerva 2.

Saves: Bernard, J/M, 4. Johnson, KCS, 5.





CHAZY — Riley Hansen set the tone for the Eagles with a natural hat trick in the first half.

Dale Gonyo and Reagan Dudyak added some insurance with a tally apiece in the second half.

Joey deOndarza recorded a team-high two assists for Chazy, and Gabe Huchro made just one save for the shutout.

Sebastian Smith finished with 11 saves in the Beavers’ nets.

Chazy 5, Keene 0

Keene 0 00

Chazy 3 25

First half- 1, CCRS, Hansen (deOndarza), 16:41. 2, CCRS, Hansen (McCarthy), 29:39. 3, CCRS, Hansen (Conners), 34:56.

Second half- 4, CCRS, Gonyo (deOndarza), 2:11. 5, CCRS, Dudyak (Santor), 35:52.

Shots: Chazy 19, Keene 2.

Saves: Smith, KCS, 11. Huchro, CCRS, 1.




CHAMPLAIN — The Cougars scored three unanswered goals to get past the Huskies.

After Franklin Academy jumped ahead 1-0, Northeastern Clinton received two goals from Chase Ross and one by Ryan O’Donnell.

John Bulson finished with three saves for the Cougars.

“Franklin Academy had a great start to the game, and their goalie made some great saves early on, including a point-blank header,” Northeastern Clinton coach Nicholas Trombley said. “Hans Schumacher is an excellent player in their midfield, who we had a hard time defending.

“After putting some pressure on late in the first half, we had a great start to the second half and started to string some passes together.

“Chase Ross had some great strikes for two goals to give us a two-goal cushion, and Reid LaValley played a great game in the midfield. Our defense also had a great second half, fending off Franklin Academy’s counter attacks.”

Northeastern Clinton 3, Franklin Academy 1

Franklin Academy 1 01

NCCS 0 33

First half- 1, FA, Johnston (Shumacher), 13:00.

Second half- 2, NCCS, O’Donnell (LaValley), 14:00. 3, NCCS, Ross (M. Bedard), 18:00. 4, NCCS, Ross (L. Bedard), 22:00.

Shots: Northeastern Clinton 12, Franklin Academy 6.

Saves: Berkman, FA, 9. Bulson, NCCS, 3.

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