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Boys Soccer

NAC 1, AuSable Valley 0

ELLENBURG - The Patriots started their season off with a dissapointing loss to Northern Adirondack in CVAC boys soccer Sept. 16.

Spencer Ferguson's goal just three and a half minutes into the contest was all the Bobcats needed to get past AuSable Valley, who spent most of the game defending their own half. Ben LaValley was credited with the assist.

T.J. Burl turned back 15 of NAC's 17 shots, while the Bobcats' Tyler Mesec made five saves for the shutout.

Westport 1, Schroon Lake 0

SCHROOON LAKE - Westport got their first win of the season in a close match with the Wildcats in MVAC soccer Sept. 16.

Nathan Gay set up David Quaglietta just before the 28-minute mark, scoring the lone goal in a back-and-forth match.

Schroon Lake actually outshot the Eagles 12-11, but Nik Reynolds' seven saves were enough to hold off a late surge by the Wildcats for the shutout. Schroon Lake keeper Justin Wachowski nabbed six saves of his own.

Willsboro 4, Crown Point 0

CROWN POINT - The Warriors scored early and often as they handed a defeat to Crown Point in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 16.

Clay Sherman assisted on two first half goals, the first one by Alex Hamel just a minute and a half into the match. The second was finished by Lucas Strong.

Hamel assisted Jeffrey Bigelow three minutes later and Strong added the fourth goal with eight minutes to spare in the first half.

Altogether, Willsboro outshot the Panthers 28-6 with Justin Drinkwine nabbing two saves for the shutout. Max Mesones stopped 19 shots for Crown Point.

Elizabethtown-Lewis 5, Keene 0

LEWIS - The Lions scored four goals in the first half and cruised to victory against Keene in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 16.

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