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Sept. 14 Sports Wrap: Warriors, Eagles, Knights use early goals for wins

Willsboro, Chazy, Seton get early advantages; NAC wins volleyball thriller

Willsboro's Clay Sherman scored the second goal against Northern Adirondack as the Warriors recorded a 2-0 win against the Bobcats Sept. 14.

Willsboro's Clay Sherman scored the second goal against Northern Adirondack as the Warriors recorded a 2-0 win against the Bobcats Sept. 14. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

— The Red Storm scored a 25-19 win in the second of four games.

Abby Higgins had a pair of 14, tallying the number in points and digs, half those points coming off aces. Lea Perry set up 11 points via assists, with Paige Moore adding 12 points.

Nikkie Trudeau had 12 points for the Red Storm.

Beekmantown sweeps Patriots

The Beekmantown Eagles scored wins of 25-16, 25-19 and 25-18, in defeating the AuSable Valley Patriots in three straight games Sept. 14.

Chelsey Besaw and Jordynne Ales each contributed with 10 aces, while Kiana Archer netted 15 assists, Courtney Wilson had six kills and Mikaela Frechette had nine digs.

Jacqueline Hoey scored seven points for the Patriots, while adding 11 digs. Belle O'Toole also had seven points to go with eight digs and seven assists, while Noelle Miller tallied nine kills.

Chiefs win in four

Unable to complete the sweep, the Saranac Chiefs scored a 25-22 fourth game win to defeat the Northeastern Clinton Cougars Sept. 14.

The Chiefs scored 25-22 and 25-15 wins in the first two games, but the Cougars rallied to extend the match by earning a 25-22 win in the third game.

Danielle Parker scored 12 points and defensively had nine digs for the Chiefs, while Samantha Aierle had nine points and assists, Ali Harpp scored eight points, Stephanie Linder tallied 14 kills and Jasmine Barnard notched 11 points and 11 assists.

Setter Stephanie LaValley combined 14 points and 14 assists to lead the Cougars, while Tori Duprey had 10 points.

Cross Country

Indians score sweep of Knights

The Peru Indians boys and girls cross country teams each scored victories over the Seton Catholic Knights Sept. 14.

Dan Lennon was first across the line in the boys meet with a time of 16:48, followed by Mitchell Ryan of Seton with a time of 17:54.

Ashley Leta crossed in first for the Lady Indians with a time of 19:51, while Margaret Champagne crossed the line at 20:26 for Seton, good for second overall.

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