Panthers upend Mountaineers; Schroon keeps Chazy close

Indian/Long Lake 2,

Crown Point 1

Indian Lake/Long Lake edged Crown Point, 2-1, in overtime in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys soccer play Sept. 28.

Matt's Moore tallied the game-winner for the Orange.

Mike Gould gave Crown Point a 1-0 lead, but Zach Mitchell's goal knotted the contest and forced the OT.

Max Mesones made 27 saves for Crown Point, while Zach Ruland made 20 for Indian lake/Long Lake.

Chazy 2,

Schroon Lake 0

The Wildcat's kept the Eagles close Sept. 30, but were unable to score and dropped the contest 2-0 in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys soccer.

Kaleb Snide and Tyler Bulriss scored for Chazy, while Justin Wachowski stopped 25 in the net for Schroon Lake.

Crown Point 5,

Minerva\Newcomb 1

Minerva\Newcomb's Tim Fabin answered Tony Rodriquez's goal in the first half to knot the score at 1-1 Sept 30. After that, though, it was all Panthers.

Rodriquez scored a second goal in the first half and Juan Mosqueci and Will Glebus added goals of their own to make it 4-1 going into the half. Nathan Tabor closed out the scoring at the 1:45 mark in the second half.

Max Mesones made 11 saves in net for the Panthers, who finished with a 22-14 advantage in shots.

E-town, Lewis 5

Schroon Lake 1

Will Lowe scored the lone goal for the Wildcat's 19 minutes into the second half, but it was not enough to overcome the 26 shots on goal tallied by Elizabethtown-Lewis in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys soccer Oct. 2.

Michael Gowdy scored two goals and Tanner Cassavaugh, Evan Drew and Alex Andrade also found the back of the net for the Lions.

Westport 4

Crown Point 2

Westport edged the Panthers in in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys soccer Oct. 2, in a game that was much closer than the scoreboard showed.

Will Glebus tallied both goals for the Panthers who had nearly the same number of th shots on goal 20-19.

Jesse Stevens had 14 saves in the net for Crown Point.

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