Boys Chazy 2, Westport 1 WESTPORT Westport gave Chazy a scare with a first-half goal, but Chazy would rally for a 2-1 win Oct. 1. Alan Wares long range goal at the 16:00 mark gave Westport an early lead, but Chazy senior Jason Baker fired in a shot from inside the box in the second half to even the score. Minutes later, Stetson Fields found the net once again for Chazy, and it proved to be the game-winner as Westport struggled to muster a total of four shots against the conference leaders. Colin MacIver nabbed 11 saves for Westport. Willsboro 3, Keene 1 KEENE Patrick Wells led Willsboro with two early goals for a 3-1 win over Keene Oct. 1. A goal by Dylan Boyle shortly before halftime cut the lead to one, but the Warriors Alex Hamel affirmed the lead in the second half. Luke Andrews led all keepers with 10 saves. Elizabethtown-Lewis 5, Crown Point 1 LEWIS Jake Hooper led all scorers with three goals as the Lions dominated the Panthers Oct. 1. Hooper and Stephen Plank combined to give ELCS a 3-0 lead at the half. Hooper completed his hat trick in the second half and Andew Kerr rounded out the scoring for the Lions. Michael Gowdy notched two assists in the contest. Crown Point was able to muster one goal by Tony Rodriguez midway through the second half, but remained largely frustrated on offense as the Lions limited them to just two shots on goal. Elizabethtown-Lewis tallied 23 shots on goal. Willsboro 6, Schroon Lake 0 WILLSBORO Patrick Wells recorded a hat trick in Willsboros 6-0 shutout of Schroon Lake Oct. 3. After taking a 1-0 lead in the first half off a goal by Wells, the Warriors ran away with the game, finding the net 5 more times in the second half. Clay Sherman and John Pollock also scored, and Alex Hamel added a goal and an assist. Justin Drinkwines four saves was enough for the shutout as Willsboro took a 20-6 shot advantage over Schroon Lake. Keene 3, Johnsburg 3 JOHNSBURG A late second half goal by Cody Whitney kept Keene in the game, and they held on for a 3-3 tie against Johnsburg Oct. 3. Johnsburg led 2-1 at the half and David Doucet added another goal before the Beavers Sam Earl cut the lead back to one. Luke Andrews had 10 saves; crucial as Johnsburg finished with a 14-9 shot advantage. AuSable Valley 5, NCCS 2 CLINTONVILLE Senior Matt Hamilton had a goal and two assists as the Patriots continued their winning ways against Northeastern Clinton Oct. 6. AVCS tallied four unanswered goals before the Cougars got on the scoreboard late in the second half. Tommy Loreman grabbed seven saves for AVCS while NCCSs Casey Manor stopped 10 of the Patriots 15 shots. Keene 3, Crown Point 2 KEENE Dylan Boyle scored twice, including an overtime goal to lift Keene to a 3-2 victory over Crown Point Oct. 6. The Beavers put together a 2-0 lead in the first half with goals by Boyle and Austin Holbrook. Crown Point would battle back, however, with goals by Will Glebus and Nathan Tabor in the second half to force overtime. Tabors goal came with just over two minutes remaining in regulation. Keene finished with a 16-10 shot advantage. Luke Andrews nabbed eight saves for Keene and Crown Points Max Mesones stopped 12 shots. Girls Chazy 5, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0 CHAZY The lady Lions had difficulty maintaining possession as Chazy found the net five times on their home field Oct. 2. ELCS goalkeeper Riley Diemand had 21 saves, but it was not enough as the Eagles left with a 38-4 shot advantage. Caitlyn LaPier had a hat trick for Chazy and added an assist. Astrid Kempainen and Kristen Doran also notched scores for the Eagles. NCCS 4, AuSable Valley 2 CLINTONVILLE The Patriots cut a four goal deficit to two in the second half, but it was too little too late as the Cougars held on to win 4-2 on Oct. 2. Kim Dragoon led the way with two first-half goals for NCCS, which climbed to 3-0 before halftime on a Rachel Barcomb score. Jen Bechard added a goal of her own early in the second half. Kim Colby put AVCS on the board and Sidney Flint added one more before time expired. Both had assists as well. AuSable Valleys Jesse Walton had 11 saves in the contest. Willsboro 2, Westport 1 WESTPORT The lady Eagles struggled against a tight Willsboro defense Oct. 6 as the Warriors notched a 2-1 victory. Led by two goals by Marion James, Willsboro held Westport to just six shots on goal, all of which were saved by goalie Stevie Burrows. James scored early in the first half, only to have the lead erased minutes later by an own goal. She would put in the game-winner midway through the second half, however. Westport goalkeeper Molly Rascoe finished with 15 saves. Keene 5, Minerva-Newcomb 2 MINERVA Five different players each had a goal for Keene in their Oct. 6 victory over Minerva-Newcomb. Led by Emma Nye with a goal and two assists, the lady Beavers tallied a 16-11 shot advantage over the Mountaineers. Louisa Gardella, Summer Reed, Emma Gothner, and Amanda Boyle also scored for Keene. Eighth-grader Megan Hall defended Keenes goal with nine stops.