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Moriah tops Ticonderoga for football title

Schroon Lake soccer advances

Cameron Wright ran for 262 yards as Moriah claimed the Section VII Class D football crown and a berth in the state tournament by beating archrival Ticonderoga, 16-6, Oct. 26.

Cameron Wright ran for 262 yards as Moriah claimed the Section VII Class D football crown and a berth in the state tournament by beating archrival Ticonderoga, 16-6, Oct. 26. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

The win advanced the Wildcats to a semifinal date with Chazy Oct. 30.

Bob Rose and Justin Lough scored for Schroon Lake, both assisted by Tanner Stone, while Crown Point got goals from Mike Enman and Joe Foote as the teams battled to a 2-2 deadlock. Enman assisted on Foote’s tally.

Jeff Armstrong then took command. His goal, assisted by Lough, put Schroon ahead to stay and he scored again to ice the contest.

Caleb Maisonville made six saves in the Wildcat net.

Brandon Crowningshield stopped four shots for Crown Point.

Cross country

Depleted Ticonderoga cross country teams completed in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference championship meet Oct. 27.

The Sentinel boys, who won the CVAC regular season title with a 15-1 record, raced to third place. Running without one of its regular scorers, Ti had 93 points. Saranac won the meet with 63.

Javeed Nazir paced the locals, finishing fifth. Tyler Belden was 10th, Shawn Silliman 11th, Cody Parrott 22th and Milo Stricker 48th for Ti.

Sentinel Coleman Granger was 60th, Martin Glazer 62nd, Brandon Charboneau 66th, John Cook 71st, Tim Ryan 80th, Aaron Russell 89th and Keegan Tierney 92nd.

Ticonderoga was without four runners in the girls race and fielded an incomplete team. Peru won with 30 points.

Naomi Forkas led the Sentinels, taking 25th pace.

Hannah Herbst was 41st, Becky Barber 66th and Alaina Bevilacqua 68th.

Girls soccer

AVCS 6, Ticonderoga 0

Ticonderoga fell to AuSable Valley in the Section VII Class C girls soccer tournament semifinals Oct. 27.

Rachel Knapp scored a pair of goals for the Patriots, who held a 19-6 edge in shots.

Ticonderoga goalie Megan Campney made four saves before leaving with an injury. Sadie Hammel made seven saves in her place.

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