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Sports wrap: Saranac's Thew sets school single-season scoring record

Shutouts abound in girls soccer, volleyball

Saranac's Ellen Thew, 1, set the school's goal-scoring record with her hat trick performance against Northeastern Clinton Sept. 22.

Saranac's Ellen Thew, 1, set the school's goal-scoring record with her hat trick performance against Northeastern Clinton Sept. 22. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

— Single season scoring records are usually made in, well, a season.

At Saranac, the old one was broken in about half a season, as Ellen Thew recorded a hat trick, netting her 21st goal of the season to break the previous Lady Chiefs girls soccer goal scoring record in a 4-2 win against the Saranac Lake Lady Red Storm Sept. 22.

Thew scored in the 40th minute on an Amelia Jenks assist to give the Chiefs a 2-0 halftime lead after Jenks had scored in the ninth minute, assisted by Jaelyn Johnston.

Thew then scored in the 45th (Jenks) and 78th (Kayla Napper) minutes, setting the goal scoring mark previously held by Kristen Lavigne.

Jordan McDougall scored the first goal for the Red Storm in the 64th minute (Hope Laramee), while Laramie tallied a goal in the 79th minute (Mackenzie Cotter).

Jamie Favreau made 11 saves for the Chiefs, while Erin Ryan stopped 13 shots for the Red Storm.

Beekmantown defeats Cougars

Scoring came early and often in the first half of the Sept. 22 game between the Beekmantown Lady Eagles and Northeastern Clinton Lady Cougars, with the final two goals scored within 30 seconds of each other in the 30th minute both by the Eagles to give them a 3-2 win.

Carlee Casey opened the scoring for the Eagles in the seventh minute, with an assist from Stephanie Clookey.

The Cougars responded with goals from Mallory Honan in the 11th (Molly Roush) and 13th (Cerisa Dubois) goals to take a 2-1 lead.

In the 30th minute, Kallie Villemaire started by assisting Becca Lapier nine second into the minute to even the score, and then was assisted by lapier 30 seconds later, scoring what would end up being the game-winner.

Lauren O'Connor made six saves for the Eagles, while Celine Bouvier stopped seven.

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