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Ticonderoga boots Moriah

Crown Point, Schroon Lake fall

Ticonderoga’s Keeley Cooper and Moriah’s Katie DeSimone race for a loose ball in Northern Soccer League play Oct. 10. Ti won, 1-0.

Ticonderoga’s Keeley Cooper and Moriah’s Katie DeSimone race for a loose ball in Northern Soccer League play Oct. 10. Ti won, 1-0. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Girls soccer

Ticonderoga 1, Moriah 0

Ticonderoga got an early goal and made it stand up as the Sentinels beat Moriah, 1-0, in Northern Soccer League girls play Oct. 10.

Maura Jebb found the net after taking a pass from McKenna Kelly minutes into the game for the the lone goal.

The Ti girls, who have adopted the nickname Sharks, got five saves from goalie Megan Campney as she recorded the shutout.

The victory moved Ti to 6-4-1 on the campaign, it’s best mark in several years.

Lauren Cross made 11 saves for Moriah.

Indian-Long Lake 5, Crown Point 1

Crown Point lost to Indian Lake-Long Lake, 5-1, in Northern Soccer League girls play Oct. 10.

Morgan King and Jillianna Miller each scored twice for the Orange.

Crown Point got a goal from Brittany Foote.

Amanda Wolf recorded 10 saves in the Crown Point goal.

Minerva-Newcomb 7, Schroon 0

Schroon Lake was blanked by Minerva-Newcomb, 7-0, in Northern Soccer League girls play Oct. 10.

Makenzie Winslow scored five goals and had an assist to lead the Mountaineers.

Molly Wisser made six saves in goal for Schroon Lake.

Swimming

Peru 97, Moriah 70

Moriah was dunked by Peru, 97-70, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference swimming action Oct. 10.

Emily Simard paced Moriah, winning the 200-meter and 500-meter freestyle races.

Brooke Dever claimed the 50 freestyle for the Vikings.

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