Weekly sports wrap

Verin and Jahanbakhsh each had goals on penalty kicks early in the second half.

Ricky Schmidt was busy in the Red Storm goal with 11 saves. Nate Capone finally put Saranac Lake on the board mid-way through the second half.

AuSable Valley 2, Saranac 1

CLINTONVILLE - Some late game heroics allowed the Patriots to prevail in yet another close game against Saranac Sept. 29 in CVAC boys soccer.

Shane Douglas netted the game-winning goal with 5:20 remaining in the second half off an assist from Kyle Sprague.

AuSable Valley's Alex Connor gave his team the lead 13 minutes into the second half with the assist by Nick Rhino, but the Chiefs' Kyle Erikson knotted the score 13 minutes later in a back-and-forth match. Saranac finished with a 10-9 advantage in shots.

Sean Pulsifer and Nate Casey both had strong efforts in the midfield for the Patriots. Goalkeeper Jeremy Wood nabbed eight saves for the win.

Plattsburgh 11, Lake Placid 0

LAKE PLACID - The Blue Bombers proved no match for the conference-leading Hornets in CVAC boys soccer Sept. 29.

Ethan Votraw and David Carpenter each had three goals for Plattsburgh as they raced to a 9-0 lead before the half. Votraw started the onslaught less than a minute into the game and had the hat trick by the nine-minute mark.

Willsboro 6, Keene 2

KEENE - The high-powered Willsboro offense proved too much for the Beavers in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 1.

Clay Sherman scored three goals and added an assist while Patrick Wells chipped in two goals and an assist to lead the Warriors, who held a 4-0 lead at the half. Brandon Porter also had a goal and an assist.

The Willsboro lead would climb to 6-0 before two quick goals by Jamie Kaltenback and Dylan Boyle put Keene on the board. Willsboro had outshot the Beavers 21-5 by the end of the match.

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