Girls' Soccer

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Makenzie Winslow

Winslow, Gereau lead Div. III girls' soccer all-stars

Minerva/Newcomb's Makenzie Winslow claims Most Valuable Player, while her coach Candice Gereau was named Coach of the Year in the Northern Soccer League's girls' Division III.

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Ashley Carpenter

Carpenter, Relation pace Div. II girls' soccer all-stars

---- — Seton Catholic's Ashley Carpenter was named Most Valuable Player, while Northern Adirondack's Sharon Relation took home Coach of the Year in the Northern Soccer League's Div. II for girls' soccer.

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Northern Adirondack's Taylor Durnin (right) and Holland's Julia Brupp (left) battle for the ball in the NYSPHSAA Class C semifinal match in Cortland Saturday. Holland won the match in overtime, 2-1, to advance to the finals. (P-R Photo/John Haeger)

Overtime goal spurns Bobcats in Class C semifinals


CORTLAND — Northern Adirondack fought Section VI's Holland into overtime, but fell in the NYSPHSAA Class C semifinal game the first sudden victory.

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Chazy's Lindsey Gilmore (17) gets around Jasper-Troupsburg's Kelsey Austin (8) in the NYSPHSAA Class D semifinal Saturday in Cortland. Jasper-Thoupsburg won 2-0 to advance to the finals. (P-R Photo/John Haege)

Chazy falls to Jasper-Troupsburg in Class D state semifinals, 2-0


CORTLAND — The Wildcats scored two second-half goals to get past the Section VII-champion Eagles in the NYSPHSAA Class D semifinals.

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Northern Adirondack's Elle Warick controls the ball during last week's NYSPHSAA regional championship game against Canajoharie at the Plattsburgh Athletic Complex. Warick is the Bobcats' points leader. (P-R Photo/Rachel Moore)

NAC girls soccer team heads to semifinals for first time


ELLENBURG — The Bobcats will play Holland on Saturday.

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Hannah Hayes (8) and Amber Polomsky of the Chazy girls' soccer team play in a game this season. The Eagles are seeking a state championship this weekend in Cortland. (P-R Photo/Gabe Dickens)

Chazy relishes return trip to final four

By: Monica D'Ippolito

After a one-year absence, the Eagles are in the NYSPHSAA Class D girls' soccer semifinals for the fourth time in five years.

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The Chazy girls' soccer team celebrate after Hannah Laurin's (20) goal during Saturday's NYSPHSAA regional title game against Chateaugay. The Eagles defeated the Bulldogs, 3-1. (P-R Photo/Rachel Moore)

Chazy girls defeat Chateaugay in Class D regional soccer final

Chazy girls slip past Chateaugay, 3-1

By: Monica D'Ippolito

PLATTSBURGH — Eagles get two goals from Rachel Pombrio to get past last season's state runner-up in Section X's Bulldogs and a trip to the NYSPHSAA Class D final four.

Northern Adirondack's Magan Magee (8) skies for the header against Canajoharie's Jordan Hammons (far left) and Morgan Koelbl during Saturday's NYSPHSAA regional championship game. The Bobcats captured their first trip to the final four with a 3-1 victory. (P-R Photo/Rachel Moore)

NAC girls' soccer heading to first ever final four

By: Monica D'Ippolito

PLATTSBURGH — Bobcats take down Canajoharie in the NYSPHSAA Class C regional title game in girls' soccer for first ever final four trip.

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Peru's Sam Spear (3) tries to get around Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake's Jenna Retell (21) during Saturday's NYSPHSAA Class A girls' soccer regional title game at Stillwater High School. The Spartans defeated the Indians, 5-0. (Photo/Erica Miller)

Tired Peru can't keep up with Burnt Hills

By: Alex Ventre

STILLWATER — The Indians, with just 13 players available to play, ran out of gas and couldn't stay with the Spartans in the second half of the NYSPHSAA Class A regional finals in girls' soccer.