Tanner Cassavaugh accounted for two goals, including Elizabethtown's first at the 8:30 mark. Brody Hooper and Andrew Kerr added goals of their own before Cassavaugh put the Lions up 4-0 two minutes before intermission. Patrick Phillips tacked on one more 13 minutes into the second half.
Keene got good midfield play from Dylan Boyle, but were limited to just two shots in the contest. James Bell stopped eight of the Lions' 22 shots.
Keene 4, Minerva-Newcomb 2
KEENE - The Beavers continued their strong season with a win over Minerva-Newcomb in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 18.
Keene went up 3-1 in the first half thanks to two goals by Cody Whitney and one by Austin Holbrook. Whitney then scored again in the second half to complete the hat trick.
Dylan Seville had 19 saves for the Mountaineers and James Bell 11 for the Beavers in a 25-13 shootout. Jonas Unwyler was responsible for both Minerva-Newcomb goals.
Westport 3, Indian/Long Lake 0
WESTPORT - The Eagles got their second win as they downed Indian Lake-Long Lake in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 18.
Bo McKinley made the first strike on a penalty kick less than seven minutes into the match, then scored again seven minutes later off an assist from Chris Golembeck.
Westport goalie Nik Reynolds made five saves for the shutout and freshman Jack Newberry found the net for a third goal assisted by Nathan Gay in the second half.
Orange goalie Zach Rutland stopped nine of Westport's 17 shots on goal.
Chazy 4, Willsboro 0
CHAZY - The Eagles proved too much for Willsboro as they defended their home field in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 18.
Kyle McCarthy scored two goals while Tyler Bulriss and Caleb Snide each added one as Chazy kept continual pressure on the visiting Warriors.
Justin Drinkwine made six saves for Willsboro, but it was not enough as the Eagles held a 17-6 margin in shots on goal. Austin Santor made five stops for the shutout.