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Sports wrap: Beekmantown scores win in gymnastics

— Amy LoTemplio opened scoring for the Chiefs on an assist from Ellen Thew in the seventh minute, which was followed by a Kayla Napper goal which was assisted by Sara LoTemplio in the 16th minute.

After Mallory Honan scored on a Molly Roush assist in the 38th minute, Thew capped the scoring in the 49th minute unassisted.

Knights defeat Warriors

The Willsboro Lady Warriors were able to get one goal back, but were not able to equalize against the Seton Catholic Lady Knights Oct. 1, as they earned a 2-1 win.

Paige Spittler and Kate Schofield scored in the 47th and 68th minutes, respectively, to give the Knights a 2-0 lead. Hannah Bruno scored on a penalty kick for the Warriors in the 74th minute, but the Warriors were unable to find the net for the equalizer.

Bobcats blank Sentinels

The Northern Adirondack Lady Bobcats scored a pair of goals in the first half in scoring a 2-0 win against the Ticonderoga Lady Sentinels Oct. 1.

Kourtnee Smith scored on a Jillian Scott assist in the 13th minute, while Elle Warick scored unassisted in the 24th minute.

Jesslin Golovach made 12 saves for the shutout.

Boys soccer

Chiefs, Cougars scoreless

The Saranac Chiefs and Northeastern Clinton Cougars were unable to find the back of the net after 100 minutes of play, ending their Sept. 30 game in a scoreless tie.

Bill Badger made 16 saves for the Chiefs.

Beekmantown defeats Red Storm

Brendan Carnright opened the scoring for the Beekmantown Eagles in the 24th minute, while Adam Goldfarb scored in the 28th and 33rd minutes as the Eagles scored a 3-0 win over the Saranac Red Storm Sept. 30.

Ricky Schmidt made nine saves for the Red Storm.

Warriors come back against Knights

The Willsboro Warriors found themselves in a 2-0 hole with 27 minutes left to play Sept. 30 before breaking out of a funk that started in the second half of their previous game against Lake Placid.

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