continued The Plattsburgh Hornets spread nine goals out almost equally over the two half in a 9-1 defeat of the Seton Catholic Knights Sept. 23.
David Carpenter got things started early for the Hornets, scoring in the first 11 seconds, the second minute and fourth minute on a pair of assists by Ethan Votraw while David Ferris (Mitch Guanga) scored in the 14th minute of the first half.
Carpenter also opened the scoring in the second half during the 44th minute, also on a Guanga assist, while Votraw scored in the 45th (Coby Dergham) and 46th minute (Mitch Maggy), Ferris scored in the 66th minute unassisted and Bick Bracy scored in the 73rd minute (Nate Emery).
Noah Osborne scored the lone goal for the Knights on a penalty kick in the 77th minute.
Lions blank Orange
The Elizabethtown-Lewis Lions scored five first half goals in an 8-0 win against the Indian Lake/Long Lake Orange Sept. 23.
Hunter Mowery scored goals in the 26th (Louis Scaglione) and 29th minutes to pace the offense.
Connor Apthorp opened scoring in the 19th minute on an assist from Nate Allott, Cole Fernandez scored in the 29th minute (Allott) and Tyler White scored in the 40th minute on an assist from Charlie Huttig.
In the second half, Hunter Farrell scored in the 64th minute (Caleb Denton), Geeg Dedam scored in the 73rd minute (Farrell) and Patrick Phillips scored unassisted in the 80th minute.
Beekmantown bests Indians
Alyssa Leonard swept the top spot on the podium in earning the all-around title and leading the Beekmantown Eagles to a 156.50-150.05 win over the Peru Indians Sept. 23.
Leonard was followed in the all around standings by teammate Lydia Gricoski and Peru’s Alexandra Brown.
Leonard won the vault with a score of 8.4, followed by Peru’s Brown with an 8.3 and a tie between Karysn O’Donnell of Peru and Gricoski of Beekmantown with a score of 8.1.