Week in Sports 9-18-10

Conner finished with three goals and an assist for Johnsburg. Evan Richards chipped in another goal and tallied two assists. Demeteri Brown scored the remaining goal and Nick Porter finished with one assist. Jaguar keeper Dylan Wolfe totaled eight saves.

The visiting Mountaineers tied the score at 24 minutes remaining off a goal by Jonathan Labreque's. Wesley Labar and Max Mueller also scored for Minerva\Newcomb, and keeper Dylan Saville had 11 saves.

Wells 3

Indian Lake/Long Lake 2

INDIAN LAKE - Shane Raymond scored with 10 minutes remaining in regulation to lift Wells over Indian Lake/Long Lake Sept. 8.

Raymond finished with two goals and Ryan Woodward added one.

Hank Evatt scored twice for the Orange. Sam Miller finished with one assist and Orange goalie Matt Rusch made nine save from the net.

Minerva\Newcomb 3

Wells 2

WELLS - Max Mueller scored all three goals for Minerva\Newcomb to lead them to their first win and handed Wells their first loss of the season Sept. 10.

James Earley and Shane Raymond scored in the loss, while teammate James DeJong saved 12 shots in net.

Johnsburg 5

Indian Lake-Long Lake 2

INDIAN LAKE - Alec McKee's three goals led Johnsburg to its second straight league win as the Jaguars beat Indian Lake/Long Lake Sept. 10.

Demetri Brown and Nick Porter scored two more, and keeper Dylan Wolfe made five saves in the win. Kevin Conner had two assists and Evan Richards finished with one assists for the winners.

Hank Evatt and Colin Farrell each scored for the Orange and Zack Roland stopped 19 shots in the goal. Matt Rusch had one assist.

Field Hockey

Hoosick Falls 2

Johnsburg 0

JOHNSBURG - Samantha Skott scored two goals in the second half to lead Hoosick Falls past Johnsburg Sept. 8.

Skott's first goal was scored at 27:56 and was assisted by Karley Morin. Her second goal was unassisted and came with 10 seconds left in the game.

Johnsburg's Casandra Prouty finished with eight saves.

Cross Country

GUILDERLAND - Johnsburg's Matthew Hayden finished 49th at the Guilderland Invitational Sept. 11.

Broadalbin-Perth won the girls small schools division, and the boys were fifth. Emily Baker placed fifth, Nicole Vainauskas seventh, Sarah DePalma ninth and Mackenzie Ottati 19th. Trever McConnell was 13th on the boys side.

For Hudson Falls, Tianna Wells placed 28th and Megan Weaver was 46th in the small schools, while its boys team finished ninth. Zack Porlier was 50th.

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