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.
continued Emily Morris opened the scoring for the Lions in the 18th minute, with Kylee Cassavaugh assisting. Cassavaugh then scored on a Morris assist to open scoring in the second half during the 43rd minute.
Morris added a second tally on an assist from Jenn McGinn in the 60th minute, and Shonna Brooks capped the scoring with an unassisted goal in the 64th minute.
Clare Harwood played in goal for the Lions and made four stops.
Keene falls to Panthers
The Keene Lady Beavers were unable to find the back of the net after a first half goal that gave Crown Point a 1-0 victory Sept. 22.
Tucker Geiger made seven saves for the Beavers.
Westport blanks Orange
Ellie Schwoebel scored her second goal in as many games as the Westport Lady Eagles tallied a 1-0 win against the Indian Lake/Long Lake Lady Orange Sept. 22.
Schwoebel, the first year varsity player, was assisted on the lone goal of the game by Allison Sherman in the 23rd minute.
Karlee McGee recorded 13 saves to earn the shutout.
Beekmantown sweeps Cougars
The Beekmantown Lady Eagles scored a 25-22, 25-19, 25-16 straight games win over the Northeastern Clinton Lady Cougars Sept. 22.
Shannon Ryan contributed with eight scoring kills for the Eagles, along with a pair each of aces, digs and blocks. Jordynne Ales recorded six aces, while Kendra LaFountain had a strong day defensively with 23 digs and Molly Sorrell had 11 digs to go with three kills and two blocks.
Tori Durpey scored nine points off of kills for the Cougars, while Brooke Seymour had a strong game at the net with eight blocks.