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Sports wrap: Willsboro v. Chazy rematch set for Thursday

Top boys soccer teams score wins in divisional play; Warriors draw with Lions

Chazy's Nolan Rogers and Willsboro's Nick Arnold chase down the ball.

Chazy's Nolan Rogers and Willsboro's Nick Arnold chase down the ball. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

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Haile Thompson of Lake Placid and Nick Ball of Willsboro

— For the Bobcats, Justin Kellett opened the scoring in the ninth (Josh Rabideau) and then returned the favor as Rabideau scored in the 38th minute. David Miller scored in the 75th minute, but the Bobcats were unable to find the equalizer.

Hornets, Cougars on course

In Division I, the Plattsburgh Hornets and Northeastern Clinton Cougars continued to keep pace with each other as both teams scored wins. The Cougars (8-0-2, 10-0-2 overall) hold a one-point division lead over the Hornets (8-0-1, 11-0-1) with their second meeting of the season scheduled for Oct. 20.

The Hornets got a tally from David Carpenter in the 37th minute of play to score a 1-0 win over the Saranac Chiefs (2-6-1, 4-8-1) Oct. 11, with Chris Roenbeck called on to make one save in the shutout while Bill Badger made 12 saves for the Chiefs.

The Cougars scored a 3-0 victory over the Peru Indians (3-6-0, 5-7-0) Oct. 11, with Liam McDonough scoring in the 19th minute while Austin Tetreault scored goals in the 33rd and 73rd minutes. Michael Danis made 10 saves for the Indians.

The Hornets’ opponent on Oct. 13, the Beekmantown Eagles, also kept pace with in the top three of Division I, scoring a 5-1 win against the AuSable Valley Patriots Oct. 11. Brenden Carnright and Adam Goldfarb scored the opening goals for the Eagles (8-2-0, 9-3-0) in the first half, while Austin Burl scored a pair of goals in the second half and Will Reid added a fifth. Kyle Sprague was assisted by Brandon Brooks for the lone Patriot goal, while Nick Rhino made 12 saves in the net.

Gymnastics

Beekmantown scores win

The Beekmantown Eagles scored a near 10-point win against the Plattsburgh High Hornets Oct. 11, as the team won by a 158.05-148.10 score.

Alyssa Leonard was the all-around individual champion with a total score of 34.85 and wins in the beam (8.85) and floor exercise (meet-high score of 9.3).

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