Willsboro 4, Keene 0
KEENE - Each of the Willsboro forwards got in on the action as the Warriors defeated Keene in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 9.
Clay Sherman and Nick Ball tallied goals in the first half. Alex Hamel added a second half goal, then assisted John Pollock for the final score. Justin Drinkwine had 3 saves for the shutout as Willsboro amassed 25 shots on goal.
Keene 2, Crown Point 1
CROWN POINT - Two first half goals by the Beavers proved insurmountable as Keene defeated Crown Point in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 10.
Cody Whitney scored midway through the first half off an assist from Luke Andrews and Jeff Bruha added the insurance goal seven minutes later.
Will Glebus scored the Panthers' only goal with just under six minutes left in the second half. James Bell had 11 saves in the win for Keene.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 2, Willsboro 2
WILLSBORO - The Warriors managed to keep pace with Elizabethtown-Lewis on their home field, settling for a 2-2 tie in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 10.
The Lions took a 1-0 lead into the second half thanks to a penalty kick goal from Tanner Cassavaugh. Alex Hamel answered for Willsboro midway through the second half, however, off an assist from Clay Sherman.
Hunter Mowery put ELCS ahead 2-1 at the 28 minute mark, but the Warriors' Dakota Sayward put in the equalizer just five minutes later.
Neither team managed to score in the two overtime periods.
Chazy 2, Keene 0
CHAZY - The Eagles kept the pressure on and shutout Keene in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 14.
Tyler Bulriss was the lone goal scorer, first off an assist from Shea Howley in the first half, then another in the second half assisted by Kaleb Snide.
James Bell had 14 saves for the Beavers, who were only able to muster one shot on goal against Chazy.