Elizabethtown-Lewis 4, Minerva-Newcomb 0
NEWCOMB - It was all Lions as Elizabethtown-Lewis dominated the Mountaineers in non-league boys soccer Sept. 14.
Hunter Mowery scored two goals, both assited by Michael Gowdy, who scored the first goal early in the first half. Ben Goff tacked on a fourth goal with eight minutes left to play as the Lions outshot Minvera-Newcomb 43-3.
Devin Drummond collected two saves for the shutout.
Willsboro 5, Keene 2
WILLSBORO - The Warriors struck early and often as they routed Keene in non-league girls soccer Sept. 9.
Marion James and Megan Jaquish put Willsboro up 2-0 in the first three minutes. James scored again and Renee Marcotte pushed the lead to four before Keene's Emma Nye scored her team's first goal to make it 4-1 at halftime.
Jade Sayward added a fifth goal for the Warriors, who led in shots on goal 16-10. Nye scored once more in the second half, but the Beavers could not catch up.
Stevie Burrows notched seven saves in the win.
AuSable Valley 6, Ticonderoga 1
ELIZABETHTOWN - The Patriots controlled the ball and the game as they demolished Ticonderoga in CVAC girls soccer Sept. 10.
Amanda Hamilton had a hat trick and Cammy Keyser added a goal and an assist as AuSable Valley outshot the Sentinels 25-5.
Samantha Ashline and Megan Colby also scored for the Patriots while Jena Finnegan had two saves for the win.
Keene 7, Crown Point 1
KEENE - The Beavers got an emphatic first victory of the season against Crown Point in MVAC girls soccer Sept. 11.
Emma Nye notched four goals and one assist, Chrissy Fabiano a goal and an assist and Louisa Sardella two assists as Keene took a 5-1 lead at the half.
Emma Gothner and Amanda Boyle also scored for Keene, who outshot the Panthers 14-3.
Marissa Titus scored Crown Point's only goal off an assist from Noel Vezzi.
Willsboro 1, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0
LEWIS - Willsboro managed to break through and take the lead in a highly defensive game against the Lions in MVAC girls soccer Sept. 11.
Sierra Bruno made good on an assist from Courtney Blanchard just minutes into the second half as the Warrior defense held Elizabethtown-Lewis to just three shots on goal.
Stevie Burrows notched one save for the win. Chelsea Provost had eight saves in the loss.