PLATTSBURGH — Down 1-0 at half, Plattsburgh High found a way to bury an equalizer against Peru, and the score remained the same through regulation and overtime, as the two squads tied 1-1 in girls Northern Soccer League play Wednesday.

Emily Beattie put the Indians on the board with 13:04 elapsed in the first half, but the Hornets’ Nell Porter, off an assist from Paige Murray, evened the score just over five minutes into the second half.

“We have a lot of players sick right now and are trying to get healthy,” Plattsburgh coach Tim Mulligan said. “(Wednesday) was a great effort by (us) to come from behind and get a point. Both teams played hard.”

Bri Brousseau made six saves for Peru, while Madalyn Fuller (9) and Mackenzie Lawfer (1) combined for 10 saves to anchor the Plattsburgh defense.

Peru 1, Plattsburgh High 1 (2OT)

Peru 1 0 0 0 — 1

PHS 0 1 0 0 — 1

First half- 1, PCS, Beattie (Sarbou), 13:04.

Second half- 2, PHS, Porter (Murray), 5:42.

Shots- Peru 11, Plattsburgh High 9.

Saves- Brousseau, PCS, 6. Lawfer (1), Fuller (9), PHS, 10.

BEEKMANTOWN 4

SARANAC LAKE 0

SARANAC LAKE — The Eagles tallied two goals in each half to defeat the Red Storm.

Danielle Dyke, Avery Scott, Emma McCasland and Avery Durgan each put one in the back of the net for Beekmantown.

Durgan and McCasland put the Eagles on the board in the first half, and Dyke and Scott scored in the second half to cushion their lead.

Bailey Carter turned away three shots and recorded a shutout for Beekmantown.

Beekmantown 4, Saranac Lake 0

Beekmantown 2 2 — 4

Saranac Lake 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, BCS, Durgan (Regan), 11:20. 2, BCS, McCasland (Provost), 31:00.

Second half- 3, BCS, Scott (Durgan), 23:36. 4, BCS, Dyke (Durgan), 26:25.

Shots- Beekmantown 12, Saranac Lake 7.

Saves- Carter, BCS, 3. Sousa, SLCS, 8.

SARANAC 2

NORTHEASTERN CLINTON 0 (OT)

SARANAC — Sydney Myers and Kayla Myers both scored in overtime to lead the Chiefs over the Cougars.

“”It was a tight, well-played battle by two really good teams,” Saranac coach Mary LoTemplio said.

“It was a big win for us.”

Payton Couture tallied a well-earned, four-save clean sheet in the Chiefs’ nets, and Abby Racine notched seven stops for Northeastern Clinton.

Saranac outshot the Cougars, 13-5.

Saranac 2, Northeastern Clinton 0 (OT)

NCCS 0 0 0 0 — 0

Saranac 0 0 1 1 — 2

First overtime- 1, SCS, S. Myers (Davis), 3:00.

Second overtime- 2, SCS, K. Myers, 5:00.

Shots- Saranac 13, Northeastern Clinton 5.

Saves- Racine, NCCS, 7. Couture, SCS, 4.

DIVISION II

MORIAH 3

BOQUET VALLEY 0

PORT HENRY — Mikenna Valentine’s natural hat trick in the first half gave the Vikings all the scoring they needed.

Valentine was assisted by Reagan Garrison twice, and Alayna Bennett once.

Abby Monty turned away 14 shots for the Griffins.

Moriah’s Samantha Hayes totaled eight saves and registered a clean sheet.

Moriah 3, Boquet Valley 0

Boquet Valley 0 0 — 0

Moriah 3 0 — 3

First half- 1, MCS, Valentine (Garrison), 10:03. 2, MCS, Valentine (Garrison), 19:50. 3, MCS, Valentine (Bennett), 33:30.

Shots- Moriah 21, Boquet Valley 13.

Saves- Hayes, MCS, 8. Monty, BV, 14.

CHAZY 2

NORTHERN ADIRONDACK 1

ELLENBURG — Hadley Lucas and Emmy Moak both tallied for the Eagles, and Anika Knight scored the Bobcats’ lone goal.

Olivia Rotella finished with 15 saves for Chazy, and Aiden Lambert turned away six shots in the Northern Adirondack nets.

“Myah Mitchell (Northern Adirondack) and Mackenzie Chapman (Chazy) were both key to their respective defensive ends,” Bobcats coach Leslie LaBarge said. “Aiden Lambert had two saves in the second half to prevent Chazy from scoring. Both teams tried to maintain the midfield and gain the advantage, but the defensive lines were strong.”

Chazy 2, Northern Adirondack 1

Chazy 2 0 — 2

NAC 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, CCRS, Lucas, 3:59. 2, NAC, Knight (Seguin), 13:30. 3, CCRS, Moak, 33:01.

Shots- Northern Adirondack 18, Chazy 8.

Saves- Rotella, CCRS, 15. Lambert, NAC, 6.

DIVISION III

CROWN POINT 9

WELLS 1

CROWN POINT — Makenna Munson and Sierra Harris each registered two goals and three assists to help the Panthers cruise by the Indians.

Crown Point led 3-1 at halftime, and rallied together to force another six goals.

Alexis Brooks recorded the lone goal for Wells at the 3:56 mark of the first half.

Panthers that also tallied included Madison Munson, Gabrielle Mazzotte, Lauren Kimball, Mya Pertak and Brooke Plunkett.

Makenna Madison, Mazzotte and Plunkett each scored their first varsity goals, according to Crown Point coach Jayna Andersen.

Crown Point 9, Wells 1

Wells 1 0 — 1

Crown Point 3 6 — 9

First half- 1, CP, Mak. Munson (Harris), 1:57. 2, W, Brooks (Scribner), 3:56. 3, CP, Mazzotte (Peters), 35:32. 4, CP, Harris (Mak. Munson), 37:33.

Second half- 5, CP, Mak. Munson (Harris), 7:07. 6, Mad. Munson (Harris), 9:02. 7, CP, Harris, 23:35. 8, CP, Kimball (Ma. Munson), 24:28. 9, Pertak (Peters), 26:34. 10, CP, Plinkett (Kimball), 28:43.

Shots- Crown Point 37, Wells 5.

Saves- Harmon, CP, 5. Minor Vargas, W, 33.

KEENE 4

SCHROON LAKE 1

KEENE — Alyssa Summo buried two goals and picked up an assist in the Beavers’ win.

Summo’s goals came from a direct kick outside the 18-yard box and a penalty kick.

Haylie Buysse and Camille Ward both added tallies on the Keene side.

“Keene is a talented team. It is tough to penetrate their defense,” Wildcats coach Mary Lou Shaughnessy said.

Maddie Anauo recorded Schroon Lake’s lone goal.

Sophia Johnson finished with four saves to boost the Beavers’ defense, and the Wildcats’ Kayli Hayden (7) and Emma Haneman (2) combined for nine stops.

Keene 4, Schroon Lake 1

Keene 3 1 — 4

Schroon Lake 1 0 — 1

First half- 1, KCS, Buysse (Whitney), 30:30. 2, KCS, Summo, 11:45. 3, SL, Anauo, 9:11. 4, KCS, Summo (PK), 9:11.

Second half- 5, KCS, Ward (Summo), 15:59.

Shots- Keene 16, Schroon Lake 6.

Saves- Johnson, KCS, 4. Hayden (7), Haneman (2), SL, 9.

WILLSBORO 3

JOHNSBURG/MINERVA 1

WILLSBORO — Desiree Cassavaugh, Tekla Fine-Lease and Jenna Ford all found the back of the net once to pace the Warriors, and Abby Bruno stopped five shots.

Kate Wimberly accounted for Johnsburg/Minerva’s only goal.

“It was a great team effort,” Willsboro coach Chris Ford said. “Our possession game is improving every week. As long as we keep playing as a team, understanding our roles and work to get better every game, we’ll be OK.”

Willsboro 3, Johnsburg/Minerva 1

J/M 0 1 — 1

Willsboro 2 1 — 3

First half- 1, WICS, Cassavaugh (Nolette), 10:47. 2, WICS, Fine-Lease (Cassavaugh), 4:05.

Second half- 3, WICS, Ford (Bourdeau), 28:28. 4, J/M, Wimberly (Verfuth), 18:53.

Shots- Willsboro 12, Johnsburg-Minerva 7.

Saves- Name not provided, J/M, 12. Bruno, WICS, 5.

NON-DIVISION

AUSABLE VALLEY 2

SETON CATHOLIC 0

CLINTONVILLE — The Patriots’ Jenna Stanley came away with the only two goals of the game to defeat the Knights.

Kate Knapp assisted Stanley on both goals at the 31:36 and 34:28 marks for AuSable Valley.

The Patriots led in shots, 25-7, and Koree Stillwell had a shutout.

Kennedy Spriggs turned away 17 shots for Seton Catholic.

AuSable 2, Seton Catholic 0

Seton Catholic 0 0 — 0

AuSable 2 0 — 2

First half- 1, AVCS, Stanley (Knapp), 31:26. 2, AVCS, Stanley (Knapp), 34:28.

Shots- AuSable 25, Seton Catholic 7.

Saves- Stillwell, AVCS, 5. Spriggs, SC, 17.

BOYS

KEENE 5

WELLS 1

KEENE VALLEY — The Beavers had a handful of players tally including Alp Tas, Shervon Dick, Nevin Dockery, Will Tansey and Aiden Lopez.

Keene had a 1-0 lead at halftime and scored four more times against the Indians to cushion it.

Daniel Johnson put one in the back of the net for Wells at the 9:27 mark of the second half.

Lopez’s goal at the 35-minute mark was assisted by Sam Baldwin.

Keene 5, Wells 1

Wells 0 1 — 1

Keene 1 4 — 5

First half- 1, KCS, Tas, 12:50.

Second half- 2, Dick (Tas), 3:23. 3, W, Johnson, 9:27. 4, KCS, Dockery, 15:46. 5, KCS, Tansey (Tas), 29:17. 6, KCS, Lopez (Baldwin), 35:00.

Shots- Keene 13, Wells 3.

Saves- not provided.

TUESDAY

BEEKMANTOWN 5

AUSABLE 1

CLINTONVILLE — Niko Hart recorded a hat trick, and Leo Golden registered two goals and three assists to lead the Eagles past the Patriots.

Hart was assisted by Golden on every goal, and Andrew Sorrell found Golden in the first half.

Leading 3-1 at halftime, Beekmantown scored another two goals to add some second-half insurance.

The lone Patriots’ goal came from Wyatt Hackett off a direct kick at the 24:54 mark of the first half.

The Eagles led shots, 20-5, and AuSable Valley’s Alex Fournier totaled 15 saves.

Beekmantown 5, AuSable 1

Beekmantown 3 2 — 5

AuSable 1 0 — 0

First half- 1, BCS, Hart (Golden), 7:16. 2, BCS, Golden (Sorrell), 11:33. 3, AVCS, Hackett, 24:54. 4, BCS, Hart (Golden), 34:24.

Second half- 5, BCS, Golden, 3:17. 6, BCS, Hart (Golden), 34:16.

Shots- Beekmantown 20, AuSable 5.

Saves- Wood, BCS, 4. Fournier, AVCS, 15.

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