Boys' Soccer

E'town-Lewis, Chateaugay boys triumph

PLATTSBURGH — There weren’t many shots getting by Seton Catholic’s Kelli Ryan in net Monday night.

But, Chazy’s Kinnan Latremore seemed to find a way past the Knights’ netminder.

Latremore tallied a pair of goals, including the game-winner with 5:12 left in regulation, as the Eagles held off Seton Catholic, 2-1, in girls’ Northern Soccer League action.

Chazy unleashed 31 shots on goal, but Ryan proved to be up to the task. She made 22 saves to keep the Knights in the game.

“Kelli Ryan was fantastic in goal for us,” Seton Catholic coach Jason Fenner said. “The second half continued in Chazy’s favor, but great work from Ryan in net kept us in the game.”

Latremore got the Eagles on the board at the 26:38 mark on an assist from Lindsey Gilmore to give Chazy a 1-0 lead at the half.

Seton Catholic made it 1-1 when Ashley Carpenter tallied an unassisted goal at the 32:10 mark of the second half.

The tie lasted just over two minutes before Latremore slipped one past Ryan again for the game-winner.

Amber Polomsky was a standout defensively for the Eagles, while Logan Baker captured the win in net with eight saves.

Seton Catholic’s Shannon Egan was also credited with a strong game.

Chazy 2, Seton Catholic 1

Chazy 1 1 — 2

Seton Catholic 0 1 — 1

First half- 1, C, Latremore (Gilmore), 26:38.

Second half- 2, SC, Carpenter, 32:10. 3, C, Latremore, 34:48.

Shots: Chazy 31, Seton Catholic 14.

Saves: Ryan, SC, 22. Baker, C, 8.



CHAMPLAIN — Things couldn’t have been more even between the Eagles and the Cougars.

Northeastern Clinton held a small shot advantage over Beekmantown, 13-12, but Kallie Villemaire was able to sneak one past Christina Paola for the lone score of the game to lift the Eagles past the Cougars.

Lauren O’Connor, the team’s goalie, provided the assist on Villemaire’s game-winner. She finished with 10 saves to capture the shutout win. Kiley Regan was also a standout for Beekmantown.

Paola finished with eight saves in the loss for Northeastern Clinton. Michaela McDonough and Taylor Rabideau played well for the Cougars.

Beekmantown 1, Northeastern Clinton 0

Beekmantown 1 0 — 1

Northeastern Clinton 0 0 — 0

First half- 1, B, Ka. Villemaire (O’Connor), 12:00.

Shots: Northeastern Clinton 13, Beekmantown 12

Saves: O’Connor, B, 10. Paola, NCCS, 8.



LAKE PLACID — The Blue Bombers and Bobcats battled to a 1-all tie thanks to a little luck for Lake Placid.

Rachael Venne scored at the 17 minute mark for Northern Adirondack on an assist from Juliana Gardner to take a 1-0 lead.

The lead would stay that way until Lake Placid received an own goal with just over five minutes to play in regulation. Taylor Barney was credited with an assist.

Neither team was able to break through in overtime.

Carissa Kennedy had a strong game for the Blue Bombers at stopper, while Emily Barney made 12 saves in net.

Magan Magee and Elle Warick controlled midfield for the Bobcats. Anna Lashway turned away seven shots in goal.

Lake Placid 1, Northern Adirondack 1 (OT)

Northern Adirondack 1 0 0 0 — 1

Lake Placid 0 1 0 0 — 1

First half- 1, NAC, Venne (Gardner), 17:00.

Second half- 2, LP, own goal (T. Barney), 34:17.

Shots: Northern Adirondack 15, Lake Placid 11.

Saves: E. Barney, LP, 12. Lashway, NAC, 7.



TICONDEROGA — Tiffani Purkey’s goal near the end of the first half proved to be the game-winner as the Sentinels outlasted the Lions.

Purkey scored at the 35:14 mark of the first half with Delaney Hughes collecting the assist.

Hughes then tallied an insurance goal with 9:21 left in the game.

Lily Whalen had a strong game defensively for Elizabethtown-Lewis.

Sadie Hamel grabbed the shutout victory with three saves. Emma Disogra suffered the loss, turning away eight shots.

Ticonderoga 2, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0

Elizabethtown-Lewis 0 0 — 0

Ticonderoga 1 1 — 2

First half- 1, T, Purkey (Hughes), 35:14.

Second half- 2, T, Hughes, 30:39.

Shots: Ticonderoga 12, Elizabethtown-Lewis 3.

Saves: Hamel, T, 3. Disogra, E-L, 8.



PORT HENRY — Halie Snyder scored a pair of goals and assisted on another as the Vikings flew past the Warriors.

Snyder scored at the 22:48 mark of the first half before closing out the scoring with the lone second-half goal.

Samantha Ida added her first career varsity goal and picked up an assist for Moriah. Sarah Slattery and Caitlin Pelkey each scored for the Vikings. Lauren Brace finished with an assist.

Brace (1) and Lauren Cross (2) combined for the shutout victory.

Andrea O’Hara, who had a strong game, turned away 17 shots in goal for Willsboro

Moriah 5, Willsboro 0

Willsboro 0 0 — 0

Moriah 4 1 — 5

First half- 1, M, Slattery (Ida), 11:09. 2, M, Ida (Brace), 19:09. 3, M, Snyder, 22:48. 4, M, Pelkey (Snyder), 38:22.

Second half- 5, M, Snyder, 25:41.

Shots: Moriah 24, Willsboro 3.

Saves: Cross (2), Brace (1), M, 3. O’Hara, W, 17.



KEENE — Hanna Whitney scored early and she scored often as the Beavers rolled past the Wildcats.

Whitney tallied four goals in the first half to lead the way for Keene. Sara Francino Gagliandi assisted on three and tallied a goal herself in the second half.

Madison Gifford chipped in with her first career varsity goal and added an assist, while Grace Sturges finished with a pair of assists.

Bailey VanNess was strong defensively for the Beavers, while Bruna Montiero was a standout for Schroon Lake.

Tucker Geiger registered five saves in the shutout victory. Schroon Lake’s Julianna Finnerty made 20 saves in net in the loss.

Keene 6, Schroon Lake 0

Schroon Lake 0 0 — 0

Keene 5 1 — 6

First half- 1, K, Whitney (Gagliandi), 20:11. 2, K, Whitney (Gagliandi), 21:36. 3, K, Whitney (Gagliandi), 23:31. 4, K, Whitney (Gifford), 35:04. 5, K, Gifford (Sturges), 36:43.

Second half- 6, K, Gagliandi (Sturges), 24:50.

Shots: Keene 17, Schroon Lake 4.

Saves: Geiger, K, 5. Finnerty, SL, 20.



OLMSTEDVILLE — Rachel Bush scored a goal in each half as the Mountaineers defeated the Orange.

Bush opened scoring just 4:08 into the first half with Makenzie Winslow providing the assist. Bush then returned the favor 10 minutes later, setting up Winslow for a 2-0 lead.

In the second half, Bush closed scoring at the 17:49 mark. Rebecca Marra picked up the assist.

Astasia Myler needed to make one save for the shutout. Madison Miller turned away nine shots in the loss for Indian Lake/Long Lake.

Minerva/Newcomb 3, Indian/Long Lake 0

Indian Lake/Long Lake 0 0 — 0

Minerva/Newcomb 2 1 — 3

First half- 1, M/N, Bush (Winslow), 4:08. 2, M/N, Winslow (Bush), 14:28.

Second half- 3, M/N, Bush (Marra), 17:49.

Shots: Minerva/Newcomb 12, Indian Lake/Long Lake 1.

Saves: Myler, M/N, 1. Miller, IL/LL, 9.



SCHROON LAKE — Isaiah Turner had himself a goal party Monday.

Turner netted four of the Lions’ five goals as Elizabethtown-Lewis knocked off the Wildcats in boys’ soccer.

Turner had a hat trick at halftime as the Lions took a 3-0 lead. Austin Morris assisted on two of the first-half goals, while William Tomkins picked up the other assist.

Turner than tallied his fourth goal at the 12:54 mark of the second half. Wesley Whalen came away with the assist.

Morris closed out the scoring with Hugh Harwood assisting.

Austin Armstrong scored the lone goal for Schroon Lake. Justin Lough tallied the assist.

E’town-Lewis 5, Schroon Lake 1

Elizabethtown-Lewis 3 2 — 5

Schroon Lake 0 1 — 1

First half- 1, E-L, Turner (Morris), 3:00. 2, E-L, Turner (Tomkins), 7:00. 3, E-L, Turner (Morris), 16:00.

Second half- 4, E-L, Turner (Whalen), 12:54. 5, SL, Armstrong (Lough), 14:08. 6, E-L, Morris (Harwood), 32:09.

Shots: Elizabethtown-Lewis 14, Schroon Lake 6.

Saves: LaPier, E-L, 3. Rose, SL, 9.



CHATEAUGAY — The Bulldogs improved to 2-0 on the season as they knocked off the Colts.

Tyler Jones and Chad Stalter connected on first-half goals to lift Chateaugay to the victory.

Dylan Labare and Zach Cowan each finished with an assist.

Jordan Martin, Seth Young, Owen Anderson and Nick Ashline were strong in the midfield for the Bulldogs.

Josh Trombley turned away three shots to capture the shutout for Chateaugay. Bryce Avery made eight saves in the loss for Colton-Pierrepont.

Chateaugay 2, Colton-Pierrepont 0

Colton-Pierrepont 0 0 — 0

Chateaugay 2 0 — 2

First half- 1, C, Jones (Labare), 21:01. 2, C, Stalter (Cowan), 33:20.

Shots: Chateaugay 17, Colton-Pierrepont 4.

Saves: Avery, C-P, 8. Trombley, C, 3.