CHAZY — The Chazy boys’ soccer team picked up where it left off last year with a season-opening 4-1 victory over Plattsburgh High on Friday during first-round action in the Frankie Garrow Memorial Soccer Tournament.
A highlight of the win was a goal scored by Dylan Garrow, the brother of former Chazy soccer player Frankie Garrow, who died in a car accident in 2009.
Josh Barriere and Hayden Guay each scored a goal and added an assist for the Eagles. Barriere and Guay tallied goals 25 seconds apart midway through the first half.
Garrett Frady cut the Hornets’ deficit in half in the second stanza before Garrow and Derek Drake scored 1:13 apart in the final 10 minutes of regulation to help Chazy pull away.
Trent Blais and Austin Gravelle combined for six saves in net for Chazy, which held an 18-8 shot advantage. Mike Stetz stopped 12 shots for Plattsburgh High.
Chazy will play Beekmantown, a 4-0 winner over Canton in tonight’s 7 p.m. title game. PHS and Canton tangle in the 5 p.m. consolation.
BEEKMANTOWN 4CANTON 0
The Eagles spread the wealth around in their season-opening shutout of the Golden Bears.
Ian Pummell and Alex Proper tallied in the opening half, while Ryan Waterbury and Zach Bingel scored in the second stanza.
Skye Dominy picked up two assists for Beekmantown, which held a 22-7 advantage in shots on goal.
Matt LaClair was in net for the shutout with seven saves and Scott Wight stopped eight shots for Canton.
Chazy 4, Plattsburgh 1
Plattsburgh 0 1 — 1
Chazy 2 2 — 4
First half- 1, C, Barriere (Guay), 18:05. 2, C, Guay (Ducatte), 18:30.
Second half- 3, PHS, Frady, 14:00. 4, C, Garrow, 31:03. 5, C, Drake (Barriere), 32:16.
Shots: Chazy 18, Plattsburgh 8.
Saves: Stetz, PHS, 12. Blais (3), Gravelle (3), C, 6.
Beekmantown 4, Canton 0
Canton 0 0 — 0
Beekmantown 2 2 — 4
First half- 1, Beek, Pummell (Price), 12:12. 2, Beek, Proper (Dominy), 17:43.
Second half- 3, Beek, Waterbury (Constanty), 8:00. 4, Beek, Bingel (Dominy), 38:11.
Shots: Beekmantown 22, Canton 7.
Saves: Wight, C, 8. LaClair, Beek, 7
.NCCS/PIZZA HUT TOURNEYPERU 1LAKE PLACID 0
CHAMPLAIN — Jacob Dick’s second-half goal provided the margin of difference for the Indians.
Jonathan Plessis-Belair assisted on the game-winning goal which came with 12:07 gone in the second half.
Peru held a commanding 21-7 shot advantage, with Guy Loveless getting the shutout with six saves. Chris Kordziel made nine stops for the Blue Bombers.
“Isaac Nixon and Ryan Lawrence had strong games running our defense,” Peru coach Matt Armstrong said. “And Guy Loveless had his first-career varsity shutout.
“Lucas Strack played a solid defensive game at sweeper for Lake Placid and Andrew Meister did a good job controlling the midfield.”
NCCS 5, AuSable Valley 0
Rodney Grimshaw tallied two goals to lead the Cougars past the Patriots.
Austin Tetreault, Grimshaw, Ryan Parent and Brendan Boutin all scored in the first half as Northeastern Clinton took a commanding lead.
Grimshaw added a second-half goal.
“We controlled a lot of the middle with Grimshaw and Boutin controlling,” Northeastern Clinton coach Dale Hawksby said. “Up front, the combination of Tetreault and Chase Sample played well together. Garrett Begore and Brent Stein were solid in the backfield.”
Brady Vassar made three saves to earn the shutout.
Jimmy Provost had 13 stops for AuSable Valley, and Elias Smith and Prescott Doyle played well in the defensive zone.
Peru 1, Lake Placid 0
Peru 0 1 — 1
Lake Placid 0 0 — 0
Second half- 1, P, Dick (Plessis-Belair), 12:50.
Shots: Peru 21, Lake Placid 7.
Saves: Loveless, P, 6. Kordziel, LP, 9.
Northeastern Clinton 5, AuSable Valley 0
AuSable Valley 0 0 — 0
NCCS 4 1 — 5
First half- 1, NCCS, Tetreault (Sample), 9:14. 2, NCCS, Grimshaw (Tetreault), 27:44. 3, NCCS, Parent (Letourneau), 34:31. 4, NCCS Boutin (Begore), 39:40.
Second half- 5, NCCS, Gimshaw (Sisson), 31:15.
Shots- AuSable Valley 5, Northeastern Clinton 22.
Saves- Provost, AV, 13. Vassar, NCCS, 3.
Saranac Pre-season Invitational
The results from the Salmon River vs. Northern Adirondack and Seton Catholic vs. Saranac games were not reported to the Press-Republican.