The Chazy Eagles and Willsboro Warriors will cap the 2011 Section VII championship weekend when they meet on the PHS athletic field at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5.
Photo by Keith Lobdell.
continued The Peru Lady Indians were dominate in taking the CVAC girls cross country title last weekend, with Seton Catholic’s Margaret Champagne edging Peru’s Ashley Leta by six seconds to earn the individual title.
Class B soccer finals
The girls and boys soccer titles will be decided on the Chazy Central Rural School varsity soccer field on Nov. 4, with the Plattsburgh High Hornets and Beekmantown Eagles featured in both games.
The girls game will start at 5 p.m., with the Eagles (12-0-1) as the top seed against the second-seeded Hornets (10-6-0).
The Eagles are paced by Kallie Villemaire, who has recorded 18 goals on the season, while Jess Huber has added 18 goals as well.
Marle Curle has eight goals for the Hornets, while Karlie Neale has recorded five shutouts and 112 saves on the season.
In the 7 p.m. boys game, the third-seeded Eagles (11-5-0) will play the top-seeded Hornets (15-0-1).
MaCullen Cope scored the lone goal in the Eagles semifinal win that knocked the defending sectional champion and state final four entrant Northeastern Clinton out of the 2011 playoffs, while the Hornets are lead by the duo of Ethan Votraw and David Carpenter, who have 16 and 15 goals, respectively.
Class B football title
The top-seeded and undefeated Peru Indians (9-0) will host the second-seeded Beekmantown Eagles (7-2) on Saturday, Nov. 5, for the Class B football crown and a chance to return to the field for the regional final next week.
The Indians are led by quarterback Taylor Rock, who has thrown for 1,083 yards and 16 touchdowns in 2011. Alex Cederstrom and Shawn Hendrix lead the rushing attack along with fullback Jeff Kurz, as Cederstrom has rushed for 579 yards and 10 touchdowns while Hendrix has run for 532 yards and seven touchdowns. Kurz has entered the endzone five times on the season while gaining 344 yards.