Successful week in sports, two titles won

Sectionals are right around the corner and local teams picked up the pace this week for one last surge before championships are awarded. The lady Orange of Indian Lake/ Long Lake secured a Division III championship as well as winning the Autumn Leaves Tournament in Old Forge. The lady Jags field hockey team went undefeated in the Adirondack League to secure a League Championship. Their overall record is only blemished by one loss.

Boys Soccer

Indian Lake-Long Lake 4

Minerva-Newcomb 2

MINERVA -- Jordan Wallace scored twice to lead the Orange to a league win over Minerva Newcomb on Oct. 6.

Ben Black and Kris Bain also netted goals for IL-LL. Tatsuki Miyazato recorded both goals for the Mountaineers.

Mountaineers goalie Dylan Saville made 14 saves in the goal.

Keene 2

Johnsburg 0

KEENE - Keen maintained a 13-8 shot advantaged as they topped Johnsburg in a shutout on Oct. 8.

Luke Andrews scored midway through the first half for the Beavers.

Austin Holbrook added their second goal with just three minutes remaining in the game.

James Bell recorded made 8 saves in goal for Keene to secure the shutout.

Dylan Wolfe stopped seven shots in goal for the Jaguars.

Girls Soccer

Indian/Long Lake 6

Crown Point 0

INDIAN LAKE - Carli Reynolds had a goal and three assists to lead the Indian Lake/Long Lake to a shutout victory over Crown Point on Oct. 5.

Murphy Farrell netted two of Reynolds' assists in the first half. Farrell finished with three goals for the Orange and Morgan King chipped in two goals and Sierra Olbert had two assists.

Olbert and Colleen Nerny both contributed with strong performances at midfield.

Crown Point goalie Ashley Anderson tallied 22 saves.

Minerva\Newcomb 4

Schroon Lake 1

SCHROON LAKE - Charlotte Egli lead Minerva\Newcomb to a win over Schroon Lake on Oct. 5.

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