Week punctuated by two overtime battles

Indian Lake/Long Lake held a 26-16 edge in shots with Zach Ruland making nine saves including a penalty kick and Dylan Wolfe with 17 for the Jaguars.

Keene 4, Minerva\Newcomb 2

KEENE - The Beavers outshot the Mountaineers 25-13 as they recorded a 4-2 victory on Sept. Sept. 18.

Jonas Unwyler tallied both goals for the Mountaineers and Dylan Seville was a standout in the net with 19 saves.

The Mountaineers ended the first half down two and netted an early goal in the second. Cody Whitney answered and put Keene ahead for remainder of the game.

Whitney scored three goals and Austin Holbrook one for Keene.

Westport 3, Indian Lake/Long Lake

WESTPORT - The Eagles shutout the Orange 3-0 on Sept. 17 with two goals by Bo McKinley early in the first half. Freshman Jack Newberry tallied his first varsity goal 25 minutes into the second half.

Westport held a 17-10 shot advantage, with Nik Reynolds making five saves for the shutout. Zach Ruland stopped nine shots for the Orange.

Crown Point 4, Johnsburg 3

NORTH CREEK - An intense second half included all the scoring to put Crown Point past Johnsburg on Sept. 18. The final score was 4-3.

Will Glebus's goal with 8:13 left in the second half broke the tie.

Alex McKee tallied two goals, one to tie it up in the second half, and Cory Gazaille one for Johnsburg.

Gabe Macey, Tony Rodriquez and Juan Mosquer also scored for Crown Point.

Girls Soccer

Wells 3, Minerva\Newcomb 2

WELLS - Lizzie Perkins scored a hat trick as Wells picked up its first win of the season by topping Minerva-Newcomb on Sept. 15. The final score was 3-2.

Charlotte Egli netted the two goals for the Mountaineers and Marlena Peter made seven saves in goal.

Emilie Michenzi made four saves for Wells.

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