AuSable girls soccer team drops close match against Plattsburgh

AuSable Valley’s Sumra Siklander wins possession against Kiley Wilkins of Plattsburgh High.

AuSable Valley’s Sumra Siklander wins possession against Kiley Wilkins of Plattsburgh High. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

— Katharine Tooke made four saves in the win for the Eagles.

Blue Bombers shutout Lions

The Lady Blue Bombers scored both goals in the second half in scoring a shutout win against the Lady Lions in Division II play Sept. 8.

Payton Barney scored the opening goal of the game in the 41st minute, and then assisted on a goal to Brooke Reid in the 49th minute.

Liz Leff made two saves for the Bombers, while Kearsten Ashline had six saves for the Lions.

Lumberjacks split

Coming off a 3-0 season opening win, Katie Stuart scored in the fifth minute off an assist from Skylar Trivieri to give the Lady Lumberjacks an early 1-0 lead against Chateaugay Sept. 9.

However, it was the Lady Bulldogs who scored the last three goals, handing Tupper Lake its first loss of the season, 3-1.

Hornets defeat Red Storm

The Lady Hornets scored twice in the first half on their way to starting the season 2-0-0 in Division I with a 3-0 win against the Lady Red Storm Sept. 10.

Kolbi Lyon opened the scoring on an assist from Madison Trombley in the 17th minute, which was followed in the opening half with a Hailey McLaughlin goal, assisted by Kiley Wilkins, in the 33rd minute. Marle Curle rounded out the scoring in the 45th minute, off an assist from Justine Rotz.

Karlie Neale made a pair of saves for the Hornets, who held a 16-3 shot advantage. Regan Kieffer made 12 saves for Saranac Lake.

Lions edge Sentinels

Lily Whalen hit the net twice and Kylie Cassavaugh added a third as the Lady Lions defeated the Lady Sentinels of Ticonderoga, 3-2, Sept. 10.

Whalen scored a pair of unassisted goals in the 16th and 48th minutes, her first goal coming exactly one minute after Cassavaugh had opened the scoring in the game off an assist from Emily Morris.

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