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.
continued Cody Sayward had seven saves for the Warriors, while Brock Marvin tallied five stops.
Chazy blanks Knights
Brandon Laurin scored all three goals in the opening half as the Chazy Eagles scored a 4-0 win against the Seton Catholic Knights Sept. 19.
Laurin scored one second into the second minute on a Nelson Pelton assist, again in the sixth minute on a Hunter Dominy assist and finally in the 15th minute on an assist from Pelton.
Cole Chasky scored the final goal of the game in the 72nd minute, with Hayden Guay assisting.
Keagan Briggs had seven saves for the Knights.
Bobcats outscore Blue Bombers
The Northern Adirondack Bobcats jumped out to a 5-0 lead and never looked back in defeating the Lake Placid Blue Bombers Sept. 19.
Nolan Fergusson led the Bombers with a hat trick, while midfielder David Miller added a goal as well as Scott Kellett and Jared Nichols.
Haile Thompson, Eddie Kane and Adam Antonucci scored the goals for the Blue Bombers.
Keene draws with Johnsburg
Brandon Dumas stopped all seven shots that the Keene Beavers faced on goal, but the Johnsburg defense was equally up to the task as the teams played to a scoreless tie Sept. 19.
The Beavers held a 12-7 shot advantage in the match.
Westport bests Schroon
The Westport Lady Eagles scored three goals in the first half as they defeated the Schroon Lake Lady Wildcats, 4-1, Sept. 19.
Emily Rascoe scored on goals in the third (Brendee Russell) and ninth (Allison Sherman) minutes, and Ellie Schwoebel scored in the 15th minute (Mallory Sudduth) to give the Eagles and early lead. Sherman added an unassisted tally in the 49th minute.
Hornets win in three close games
The Plattsburgh High Hornets scored a three-game, 25-21, 28-26, 25-13 victory over the Saranac Chiefs Sept. 19.
Katie Cantwell paced the offense with 12 kills, while Kianna Dragoon had 12 assists and Samantha Malcolm had five aces and five assists.
Stephanie Linder had 10 kills for the Chiefs.