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Minerva\Newcomb picks up second win; Lady Jags no longer perfect

The North Country saw some close soccer this week with several competitive games in both boys and girls play. The Minerva-Newcomb Lady Mountaineer, however, added another win after their first in several years earlier this month. Not close at all, they hammered Crown point 9-0 on Oct. 3. The Lady Jags are no longer perfect after their loss to Greenwich on Sept. 28 at the Dome of the Adirondack Sports Complex.

Boys Soccer

Indian Lake-Long Lake 2

Crown Point 1

CROWN POINT - Indian Lake/Long Lake staged quite the celebration as Matt Moore scored in the second overtime to lift Orange past Crown Point on Sept. 28.

Despite the rainy and a soaked field, Moore took advantage of a turnover at the top of the 18 and challenged Crown Point goalie Max Mesones, one-on-one.

The victory put Indian Lake/Long Lake at a 3-2 overall record.

Freshman Mike Gould gave Crown Point an early lead with his goal off a corner kick.

Orangeman Zach Mitchell tied it up off a Panther's turnover.

Both Mesones with 27 saves and Orange goalie Zach Rulan with 20 played spectacular.

National Sports Academy 3

Minerva-Newcomb 2

NEWCOMB - The Mountaineers didn't let the The National Sports Academy (NSA) take their win easily on Sept. 28.

Marcus Brodersson scored two goals for NSA.

Tatsuki Miyazato netted the Mountaineers' first goal off an assist from Morgan Winslow, while Jonas Urwyler brought in the second.

The Mountaineers' keeper, Dylan Saville, saved eight shots for the lose.

Elizabethtown 9

Johnsburg 1

JOHNSBURG - Elizabethtown outshot the Jaguars 19-5 in their lose on Sept. 28. The Lions sprung to an early 5-0 lead, while Alec McKee managed to net a goal late in the game to advert a shutout.

Tanner Cassavaugh and Michael Gowdy netted two goals apiece, while Evan Drew tallied two goals and an assist. Brandon Quain, Ben Goff and Hunter Mowery also scored for the Lions.

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