Ticonderoga’s Andrea Rich heads up field as Moriah’s Sarah Slattery defends in Northern Soccer League girls play Sept. 19. Rich scored both goals as Ti won, 2-1.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
Ticonderoga 2, Moriah 1
Ticonderoga edged Moriah, 2-1, in Northern Soccer League girls action Sept. 19.
Andrea Rich tallied twice for the Sentinels, who have re-named themselves the “Sharks.”
Rich tallied in the first half with an assist from Keeley Cooper to give Ti a 1-0 advanatge.
Lauren Pelkey evened the game with help from Lauren Brace just before intermission.
Rich then tallied the game-winner 11 minutes into the second half.
Megan Campney made seven saves to record the shoutout for Ticonderoga.
Lauren Cross made 11 saves for the Vikings, who held a 12-9 advanatge in shots.
Indian-Long Lake 2, Crown Point 1
Indian Lake-Long Lake topped Crown Point, 2-1, in Northern Soccer League girls action Sept. 19.
After Shannon Farrell and Morgan King scored to give Indian Lake-Long Lake a 2-0 lead in the first half, Crown Point got on the board with a goal by Ellen Kiely in the second half. Hunter Spaulding assisted.
Amanda Wolf had a strong game in goal for Crown Point, making 31 saves.
Indian Lake-Long Lake out shot the Panthers 33-13.
Crown Point 4, Wells 3
Crown Point nipped Wells, 4-3, in overtime in Northern Soccer League boys play Sept. 19.
After Wells had taken a 2-0 lead, Crown Point answered with three scores. Wells knocked the ball into its own net to get the Panthers on the board and Gabe Macey and Noah Macey scored to put Crown Point on top 3-2.
Wells scored to force the ovterime befoe Crown Point won it on Mike Gould’s goal 36 seconds into the extra period. Gould had played goal most of the game, but moved onto the pitch late in the contest.
Gould and Joe Foote combined to make seven saves in the Panther goal.
Schroon Lake 3, Keene 2
Schroon Lake beat Keene, 3-2, in Northern Soccer League boys play Sept. 19.
Tied 1-1 at the half, Schroon Lake scored the first two goals of the second half to secure the win.