Lindsay Bruce of northern Adirondack goes for the ball along with Kristen Napper of Elizabethtown-Lewis.
Photo by Keith Lobdell.
Lewis The Elizabethtown-Lewis girls soccer team scored two goals in the opening 40 minutes and then held on as the Northern Adirondack Bobcats made things interesting, but could not score the equalizer in a 2-1 Lions win Sept. 20.
The Lions held an 18-6 advantage in shots, with Bobcat goalkeeper Jesslin Golovach recording 16 saves on the night. Kearsten Ashline had seven saves for the Lions.
Kylee Cassavaugh opened the scoring for the Lions in the sixth minute, with the assist going to Emily Morris. In the 27th minute, Lily Whalen connected on a direct kick to push the advantage to 2-0 in favor of the Lions.
Rachel Venne scored the lone goal for the Bobcats in the 52nd minute of play on a nice run and assist from Micala Sunderland.
Venne had an opportunity to score the equalizer in the final minutes of the game on several chances, the best coming in the 78th minute, when she was able to make a run into the penalty area, firing a shot that looked to some to be in but, in actuality, hitting the side of the net.
Chazy blanks Willsboro
Four different players found the back of the net as the Chazy Lady Eagles scored a 4-0 win against the Willsboro Lady Warriors Sept. 20.
Kirsten Doran opened the scoring for the Eagles in the 13th minute off an assist from Caitlyn LaPier, who scored three minutes later on a Hannah Laurin assist. Laurin scored in the 75th minute, with Lindsay Hack assisting.
Kinnan Latremore scored in the 65th minute off an Amber Polomsky assist.
Stephanie Blanchard had 12 saves for the Warriors, while Katharine Tooke made one save for the Eagles.
Knights defeat Vikings
The Seton Catholic Lady Knights scored four goals in the first half in a 6-2 win against the Moriah Lady Vikings Sept. 20.