Johnsburg outshot Corinth 18-0. Celeste White made 12 saves for the Tomahawks, who couldn't get a shot off on the Jaguar net.
WARRENSBURG - The Johnsburg Jaguars remain perfect in the Adirondack League after edging Warrensburg on Sept. 25.
Emily Burns secured the victory with a goal midway through the second half.
The Burghers tied the game after Burns' first goal of the game with a shot by Whitney Galusha off an assist from Abby Roth, on a corner.
Burns responded with another goal. Both Jaguar scoring efforts were assisted by Kelly Blackhurst.
"We had some opportunities, but we didn't capitalize," said Warrensburg head coach Mary ann Bump. "It was A great game, mostly between the 25s. It was exciting play. They would get an advantage and we would work hard to get it back."
Johnsburg has rose to 4-0 in the league and is still undefeated overall with a 7-0 record. The Lady jags outshot the Burghers 7-5, but Warrensburg held a 8-6 penalty corner advantage.
Cassandra Prouty had three saves for the Jaguars, while Drew Lamy finished with five saves.
JOHNSBURG - Megan Erickson of North Warren assumed the rank of top female at the finish line as the Cougars won the girls end of a five-team Adirondack League meet on Sept. 22 in Johnsburg. Jenna Akerley of Corinth was second.
Corinth was the top team in the boys meet. Curt Thompson and Travis Beayon of Whitehall led the boys and was followed by Sean Curtis of Corinth.
Johnsburg and Fort Ann also took part in the meet.
Johnsburg's Matt Hayden made the boys individual top ten with a time of 21:09 for 3.1 miles.