Sports Wrap: Lady Lions score win against Bobcats

Gymnastics, swimming regular seasons start

Lindsay Bruce of northern Adirondack goes for the ball along with Kristen Napper of Elizabethtown-Lewis.

Lindsay Bruce of northern Adirondack goes for the ball along with Kristen Napper of Elizabethtown-Lewis. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

Chiefs beat Indians in five

The Peru Indians took two of the first three games, but the Saranac Chiefs rallied in the final two games to win its match against Peru Sept. 20.

Peru won the opening game 25-15 and the third game 25-21, while the Chiefs scored wins in the second (25-23), fourth (25-23) and fifth games, where they went to a 28-26 score.

Ali Parker had 11 kills for the Chiefs offense, while Stephanie Linder added 10 kills and Sara Wood had seven. Danielle Parker added 16 digs for the Chiefs defense.

Paige Moore had 16 kills and Sam Banker had 17 digs for the Indians.


Indians defeat Vikings

The Peru Indians swim team scored a 128-41 victory over the Moriah Vikings Sept. 20, with Paige Vaccaro and Amber Geddes each winning four times in the pool.

Vaccaro scored wins in the 200 free (2:21.79) and the 500 free (6:23.5), along with the 400 free relay (4:47.75, Kaitlin LeClair, Rachel Senecal and Ellie Silverman,) and the 200 free relay (2:09.06, Amber Geddes, Amanda Geddes and Alyssa Szczypien).

Geddes scored win in the 100 breaststroke (1:26.44) and the 50 free (29.54), along with team wins in the 200 free relay and 200 medley relay (2:24.18, LeClair, Mary Barkla and Britney Bridges).

Barkla (100 butterfly, 100 backstroke) and Silverman (200 IM, 100 freestyle) scored double wins for the Indians.


Beekmantown bests Hornets

The Beekmantown Eagles gymnastics team scored a narrow 152.15 - 146.75 victory over the Plattsburgh High Hornets to open the 2012 season Sept. 20.

Alyssa Leonard scored wins in the uneven parallel bars (8.6), balance beam (8.8) and floor exercise (9.2), earning her the all-around individual title. Plattsburgh’s Dalen Keswick scored an 8.5 to win the vault competition.

Emy Russell scored runner-up points in each event for the Hornets, finishing second in the overall standings. In the vault, Russell tied with Leonard with an 8.45 score.

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