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Moriah girls boot Willsboro

Ti harriers race to win

Kylee Cassavaugh, left, of Elizabethtown-Lewis and Ticonderoga’s Maura Jebb use their heads in Northern Soccer League girls play Sept. 11. ELCS edged Ti, 2-1.

Kylee Cassavaugh, left, of Elizabethtown-Lewis and Ticonderoga’s Maura Jebb use their heads in Northern Soccer League girls play Sept. 11. ELCS edged Ti, 2-1. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Girls soccer

Moriah 5, Willsboro 0

Moriah blanked Willsboro, 5-0, in Northern Soccer League girls play Sept. 11.

Halie Snyder scored twice to pace the Vikings to victory.

Lauren Pelkey, Caitlin Pelkey and Regan Pratt also tallied for the locals.

Lauren Cross made three saves to record the shutout for Moriah.

ELCS 2, Ticonderoga 1

Ticonderoga lost a heart-breaker to Elizabethtown-Lewis, 2-1, in Northern Soccer League girls play Sept. 11.

Kylee Cassavaugh scored with 9 minutes to play to break a 1-1 deadlock and give ELCS the win.

Trailing 1-0 with 11 minutes to play in the game, Ti got a goal from Keeley Cooper to tie the contest. Tiffani Purkey assisted.

Megan Campney made seven saves in goal for the Sentinels.

Westport 2, Crown Point 1

Crown Point was edged by Westport, 2-1, in Northern Soccer League girls action Sept. 11.

Talite Malafu’s goal late in the second half broke a 1-1 tie and lifted the Eagles to victory.

Hunter Spaulding scored with an from Brittany Foote early in the game to give Crown Point a 1-0 advantage. That held up until Westport’s Ellie Schwoebel tied the contest midway through the second half.

Amanda Wolf made eight saves in the Crown Point nets.

Cross Country

Ticonderoga sweeps meet

Javeed Nazir led Ticonderoga to three victories in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys cross country action Sept. 11.

Nazir raced to second place overall as Ti beat Seton Catholic, 26-31, Saranac, 28-29, and Plattsburgh, 22-34.

Depth was the key for the Sentinels. Jacob Young had a stirring finish to take seventh page for the locals, followed by Tyler Belden ninth and Shawn Silliman 10th.

Ticonderoga lost in girls action to Seton Catholic, 22-34, Saranac, 18-45, and Plattsburgh. 25-32.

Naomi Forkas paced Ti, finishing sixth.

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