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Sports wrap: Beekmantown blanks AuSable Valley

Austin Burl of Beekmantown gets past AuSable Valley's Riley Taylor Sept. 19. Burl had three goals in the Eagles 8-0 win against the Patriots.

Austin Burl of Beekmantown gets past AuSable Valley's Riley Taylor Sept. 19. Burl had three goals in the Eagles 8-0 win against the Patriots. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

— The Beekmantown Eagles took advantage of their chances against the AuSable Valley Patriots Sept. 19, scoring several times from distance in an 8-0 win.

Austin Burl scored the first two goals of the game in the 18th and 25th minute, and added a third goal in the second half as well as assisting on a goal by Mikael Farugi.

Adam Goldfarb added a pair of goals for the Eagles, who also got scores from Mark Price and Dylan Riley. Derek Olsen made five saves in the shutout.

For the Patriots, Austin Depo had five saves and Nick Rhino added 17.

Cougars blank Indians

The Northeastern Clinton Cougars held the Peru Indians to four shots in scoring a 1-0 win Sept. 19.

Liam McDonough scored the lone goal of the game on an assist from McKenna Hunter in the 38th minute, as the teams played the second half scoreless.

Michael Danis had 11 saves for Peru.

Hornets shutout Chiefs

David Ferris opened the scoring in the third minute and the Plattsburgh High Hornets kept the momentum, scoring a 3-0 victory against Saranac Sept. 19.

Ferris scored on a Jake Morrow assist, as Morrow, while David Carpenter’s goal in the fifth minute gave the Hornets a quick 2-0 lead.

Morrow was on the giving end again in the 25th minute, assisting on a goal by Ethan Votraw, as the two teams played the remaining 55 minutes scoreless.

Bill Badger had 10 saves for the Chiefs.

Warriors, Lions draw

The Elizabethtown-Lewis Lions drew first blood Sept. 19, but the Willsboro Warriors were quick to respond.

A Brody Hooper goal off a Hunter Mowery assist in the 49th minute was countered by Clay Sherman, who scored the equalizer unassisted in the 54th minute as the two teams went the rest of the way scoreless for a 1-1 draw.

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