Sports wrap: PHS wins battle for Division I title

Peru upends Beekmantown's undefeated quest in girls soccer

— The Blue Bombers had a chance to pull even with the Northern Adirondack Bobcats, who finished the season with the best Class C record at 6-8-0 overall and 5-7-0 in Division II.

The Chazy Eagles (13-3-0, 10-2-0) secured the second spot in Division II and most likely Class D with a 10-0 win over the Westport Eagles (0-12-0). Michael Ryba, Brandon Laurin and Craig Botten each scored two goals for Chazy, while Nelson Pelton, Josh Barriere, Cole Chazky and Austin Santor (the usual starting playing in the field) each scored one. Botten and Nathan Reynolds each made one save in relief of Santor in net, while Ethan Markwica made 20 saves for Westport.

The Elizabethtown-Lewis Lions finished with the third bests record in Division II (10-3-2, 8-2-2) with a 3-1 win over the Seton Catholic Knights (3-11-0, 3-9-0). Hunter Mowery assisted on goals scored by Connor Apthorp (fifth) and Brody Hooper (ninth), while scoring a goal in the 11th (Tyler White). Adam Tedford scored the lone goal for the Knights on a direct kick in the 15th minute, with both teams not finding the net for the final 65 minutes of play.

In Division III, the Keene Beavers dropped a 2-1 contest against the Wells Indians when they scored in the third minute of the first overtime. Austin Holbrook scored the lone goal of the game for the Beavers (3-8-2) on a Sam Balzac assist. Brandon Dumas made seven saves.

Girls soccer

The Beekmantown Lady Eagles quest for an undefeated season was denied on Oct. 20, when The Peru Indians were able to force a 1-1 draw between the two teams after 100 minutes of play.

Ashley Carpenter scored the opening goal for the Indians (6-7-1, 4-7-1) in the seventh minute, while Kallie Villemaire scored the equalizer in the 36th minute for the Eagles (11-0-1).

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