Willsboro 3, Schroon Lake 1
SCHROON LAKE -- The Wildcats couldn't find a way to contain Willsboro in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 8.
Clay Sherman put together two goals and an assist for the Warriors, setting up Alex Hamel less than eight minutes into the first half. Schroon Lake's Anthony Vanderwalker tied things up eight minutes later, but Sherman found the net off a cross from Lucas Strong six minutes before halftime and added an insurance goal early in the second half.
Justin Drinkwine collected six saves for Willsboro while Schroon Lake keeper Justin Saville had 11.
Peru 2, AuSable Valley 0
PERU -- Fouls proved costly for AuSable Valley as they gave way to Peru in CVAC boys soccer Oct. 8.
In a rather evenly played match, both goalies performed exceptionally well. Dan Caron had 13 saves for Peru while Patriots keeper T.J. Burl recorded 15.
Tyler Spear notched both goals for Peru, the first coming on a penalty kick late in the first half. His second was a direct kick midway through the second half.
Chazy 1, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0
CHAZY -- The Lions battled with Chazy through overtime, but ultimately fell in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 8.
Defense was the name of the game in a back-and-forth contest that saw each team log 14 shots on goal. It was Kaleb Snide's goal late in the second overtime that proved to be the game winner.
Austin Santor collected 12 saves for Chazy while the Lions' Devin Drummond grabbed 9. Tanner Cassavaugh and Evan Drew each played well for Elizabethtown.
Keene 2, Johnsburg 0
KEENE -- Keene continued their bid for the division, beating Johnsburg in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 8.
Luke Andrews gave the Beavers the lead midway through the first half, and held on thanks to eight saves from goalie James Bell. Keene outshot the Jaguars 13-8, and Austin Holbrook added an insurance goal with three minutes left to play.