High school boys soccer

Bolton 0,Fort Ann 0, 2 OTFORT ANN - The Bolton boys soccer team rallied Monday Oct. 5 to quell the formidable offensive power of their unbeaten Fort Ann rivals in a 0-0 double overtime tie.Bolton's defense, including Todd Markham, Jake Nittmann and Kyle Vilmar, were credited with matching Fort Ann's defensive expertise in the game. Eagle Goalie Mitchell Jordon had 11 saves. This game represented Jordon's third shutout. Fort Ann out-booted Bolton with 16 shots on goal to Bolton's 6. The Cardinals also dominated 5-1 in corner kicks.As of Tuesday, Bolton's 2010 record was 3-4-1, and Fort Ann's was 7-0-1.North Warren 3,Corinth 2CHESTERTOWN -- North Warren continued their victory-laden season Monday, by securing a 3-2 win over the persistent efforts of Corinth. A second-half shot by Thom Pereau received a follow-up kick by Bryan Beckler for the winning goal. Pereau and Joe Aiken scored the Cougars two earlier goals. With the win, North Warren advanced to a 5-2-1 record. The Cougars dominated offensively, outshooting Corinth 13-4 and leading in corner kicks 8-1.Lake George 9,Hadley-Luzerne 0LAKE GEORGE -- Warrior teammates David Bruno and Carson Lambert scored two goals apiece, aided by five goals by their teammates, during a game Monday that Lake George won handily against neighbors Hadley-Luzerne. Lake George's offense dominated, tallying 30 shots on goal to the Eagles' 3.Goalie Ryan Moll had one save for his fifth shutout of 2010. With a season record of 7-0-1 as of Tuesday, the storied Lake George Boys Soccer Team, were following the admirable tradition of their forerunners, remaining unbeaten for 2010.Johnsburg 5,Warrensburg 0JOHNSBURG -- Sean O'Neill and Evan Richards of Johnsburg each had two goals as unbeaten Johnsburg defeated Warrensburg 5-0 on Monday in a non-league matchup.The game play, however was a decent matchup, as Warrensburg took a respectable 9 shots on goal to Johnsburg's 28. Burgher Aaron's Seeley's athletic 15 saves kept the score from getting out of hand.Lake George 2,Bolton 1BOLTON LANDING - In a hard-fought contest that came down to the wire, the Bolton Boys Soccer team again proved they could slug it out with the very best, although it ended up in a 2-1 loss for the Eagles in a matchup Sept. 30 versus the unbeaten Lake George.Lake George, however, sealed the game when they demonstrated how effectively they can choreograph their offense: three of their players combined for a goal during the first overtime.The game's lone goal, scored by a David Bruno on an assist by Erik Jones, allowed Lake George to remain unbeaten in the Adirondack League.Bolton, however, showed their offensive potential by tallying an 8-3 advantage on shots on goal. Warrior Goalie Ryan Moll secured the win for the Warriors with his 8 saves.North Warren 2Argyle 1ARGYLE -- Joe Aiken scored the winning goal toward the end of the game to secure the victory for his teammates as North Warren's notched a 2-1 Adirondack League soccer victory Sept. 29 over Argyle.Bryan Beckler lit up the scoreboard initially by booting a goal early in the first half. Kristian Seeley made the crucial difference with nine saves for North Warren.With the win, North Warren advanced to 5-1 overall.Fort Ann 4,Warrensburg 0WARRENSBURG -- The Burghers held up under the powerful, skilled play of the unbeaten Fort Ann squad as they contained the game score to 0-4 in a loss Sept. 29 to Fort Ann. Much of the credit goes to goalie Aaron Seeley who tallied no less than 22 saves.Corinth 2,Warrensburg 1CORINTH -- Warrensburg nearly won their second game of the season, but Corinth's Christian Densmore scored the winning goal in the two teams' Oct. 1 matchup not long after Warrensburg tied the game.Tyler McKinney scored for the Burghers, with an assist by Sean Young. Aaron Seeley made 13 saves for his team.Lake George 2,North Warren 1LAKE GEORGE -- The Warriors edged out North Warren 2-1 as two of the Adirondack League's best soccer squads fought it out on the turf Sept. 27.Mason Vreugde of Lake George led his team with a goal and an assist, one that facilitated the other Warrior goal by David Bruno. Joe Aiken's shot a goal for North Warren, but Lake George's steely defense turned back the Cougars' offensive efforts. Kristian Seeley made 6 saves for the Cougars.North Warren slipped to 4-2-1 overall record with the loss, and Lake George boosted theirs to 6-1-1.Hadley-Luzerne 4,Warrensburg 0 LAKE LUZERNE -- The Eagles put in one of their best efforts of the season and the Burghers weren't up to the challenge as Hadley-Luzerne beat Warrensburg 4-0 Sept. 27.Eagle James Romer scored twice in the first half to give his teammates the initial momentum they needed in the win.Warrensburg's Aaron Seeley had 12 saves in goal in the effort.Bolton 6,Salem 0BOLTON LANDING -- Billy Smith scored a hat trick all in the second half and Todd Markham netted two goals in the first stanza to power Bolton to a 6-0 shutout win over Salem Sept. 27.The Eagles defensive lineup of Nathan Breault, Caleb Kneeshaw and Dustin French combined with goalie Mitchell Gordon showed the Eagle fans what they could accomplish at the expense of their foes.Bolton advanced to 3-3 with the win in which they outshot Salem by a commanding 23-2.

Vote on this Story by clicking on the Icon


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment