James Bell stopped 9 shots for Keene, who only trailed 16-9 in shots on goal.
Willsboro 2, Westport 0
WESTPORT - Consistent pressure from Willsboro proved to be too much for the Eagles in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 16.
Patrick Wells scored the first goal just four minutes in off a nifty assist from Clay Sherman and the Warriors went on to outshoot Westport 27-9.
Alex Hamel added an insurance goal less than a minute into the second period.
Jessie Stevens recorded 14 saves for Westport, who also got strong performances from Alan Ware and Kevin Russell.
AuSable Valley 7, NAC 3
ELLENBURG - The Patriots proved to have more firepower in a high-scoring match with NAC in CVAC girls soccer Oct. 14.
The one-two punch of Sidney Flint and Sam Ashline proved to be the difference as the two forwards combined for five goals and two assists for AuSable Valley.
After Flint scored the initial goal, Northern Adirondack's Kayla Rabideau and Kristie Bouvia put the Bobcats ahead 2-1, but Johanna Recny put in a tying goal just before halftime.
The Patriots then exploded for three straight goals within the next six minutes; One from Flint and two from Ashline. Ashline and Amanda Hamilton would add a goal each before all was said and done.
Keene 6, Schroon Lake 0
KEENE - Keene improved on their already strong season as they rolled to a win over Schroon Lake in MVAC girls soccer Oct. 15.
Emma Nye put the Beavers ahead to stay with two first half goals and went on to record a hat trick. Louisa Sardella added a goal and three assists and Sadie Holbrook a goal and an assist. Michelle Sardella also scored to open the second half.
Altogether, Keene outshot the Wildcats 20-6. Mindy Whitty had 10 saves for Schroon Lake while Megan Hall stopped five shots for the shutout.