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Sports wrap: Beekmantown, PHS girls soccer teams prepare for Division I first place showdown

— The Plattsburgh High Lady Hornets soccer team jumped into second place in Division I, just in time for a Friday matchup with first place Beekmantown.

The Hornets (6-5-1 overall, 5-3-1 in league) scored a 1-0 win against the Saranac Lady Chiefs Oct. 12, as Marle Curle scored the golden goal in the 58th minute of play on an assist from Madison Trombley for the lone goal of the game. Karlie Neale made four saves in the shutout for the Hornets, while Jamie Favreau had 14 saves for the Chiefs (8-4-1, 4-4-1, t-3rd).

The Lady Eagles (10-0-0, 10-0-0) kept their undefeated season intact with a 2-0 win against the AuSable Valley Lady Patriots, as Kallie Villemaire scored in the 28th (Jess Huber assist) and 62nd minutes for the two Eagle goals. Lauren O’Connor made six saves for the Eagles, while Taylor Saltus had eight saves for the Patriots, who dropped one position in the standings (7-3-1, 4-3-1, t-3rd).

Also in Division I, Mallory Honan scored four goals to help the Northeastern Clinton Lady Cougars (3-6-1, 3-6-1) score a 5-2 victory over the Peru Indians.

Honan scored in the first (Bianca Grimshaw), fourth (Grimshaw), 48th (Molly Roush) and 66th (Grimshaw) minutes for her four goals, while assisting on the fifth, which was scored by Grimshaw in the 70th minute.

Lindsey Bushey scored for the Indians in the 47th minute, while Alexis Bushey tallied a goal in the 72nd.

In Division II, the Chazy Lady Eagles continued their roll with a 4-0 victory over the Seton Catholic Lady Knights.

Four different players tallied goals for the Eagles (11-1-0, 10-0-0) with Caitlyn LaPier scoring in the 22nd minute (Christina Emery) and assisting on goals to Megan Reynolds (12th), Hannah Laurin (47th) and Amanda Kempainen (66th).

Shannon Olsen made 14 saves for the Knights (5-7-0, 5-5-0) while Katharine Tooke had a pair of saves in the shutout.

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