After the Lady Orange set the stage last week, the Indian Lake/Long Lake boys joined them with a Division III title as they toped Crown Point on Oct. 14. Jaguar field hockey had more trouble on the turf at the Adirondack Sports Complex on Oct. 16 as they fell to Hoosick Falls. Both the girls and boys Minerva\Newcomb Mountaineers ended their seasons this week with Johnsburg soccer.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 4
Crown Point 2
INDIAN LAKE - The Orange rose to the top of the MVAC Division III after their 4-2 win over Crown Point on Oct. 14.
Jesse Benton's goal in the second half broke a 2-all tie and helped lift Indian Lake/Long Lake to a win and a championship. The Orange took a 2-0 lead in the first half with goals by Jordan Wallace and Hank Evatt.
The Panthers battled back for the tie with two goals by Will Glebus.
Benton brought the lead back to the Orange and Matt Moore netted an insurance goal before the final horn.
Indian Lake/Ling Lake held a 32-12 shot advantage, while Zach Ruland made 10 saves in the net. Max Mesones stopped 16 shots for the Panthers.
LEWIS - Ben Goff and Tanner Cassavaugh scored two goals apiece as the Lions defeated Johnsburg on Oct. 14.
Evan Drew also scored for Elizabethtown-Lewis in the first half. The Lions had secured a 3-0 lead by halftime.
Elizabethtown-Lewis outshot Johnsburg 28-1 and Dylan Wolfe boasted 11 saves.
WESTPORT - Nathan Gay scored three goals and assisted on another as the Eagles gained a victory over Minerva\Newcomb on Oct. 14.
Nik Reynolds began Westport's journey to a win with his first varsity goal.
Tim Fabin tallied the lone goal for the Mountaineers.
The Eagles kept a 38-11 shot advantage and Jesse Stevens made seven saves in the net for the victors.
The non-league contest brought the Mountaineer's season to an end.
Dylan Saville made 16 saves in the net for Minerva\Newcomb.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 0
LEWIS - Hunter Mowery and Andrew Kerr netted two goals each as Elizabethtown-Lewis sailed past the Orange on Oct. 16.
The Lions secured a 3-0 lead before halftime.
Tanner Cassavaugh, Michael Gowdy and Ben Goff each contributed goals for the win.
Devin Drummond was in net for the shutout with two saves and Zach Ruland made 12 stops for the Orange.
NEWCOMB - The Mountaineer's season came to an end on Oct. 13 as they fell to Westport 4-3.
They led 2-1 after two goals from Charlotte Egli in the first half.
Willa McKinley scored two goals and Delaney Sears netted another off an assist from Kelsey Carroll for Westport.
Christina Sherman sent the winning goal into the net with 12 minutes to play in regulation.
Larissa Roy also scored for Minerva\Newcomb off an assist from Egli.
The Mountaineers finished out the season with a 2-5 record and 3-5 overall.
Westport held a 20-11 edge in shots with both keepers tallying four saves a piece.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 4
Crown Point 0
CROWN POINT - Carli Reynolds scored three goals in a row as the Orange shut out the Panthers on Oct. 13.
She broke a scoreless tie in the second half.
Jessica Bain also scored for Indian Lake/Long Lake and Morgan King tallied two assists.
Sweeper, Elizabeth Hamden filed a well-played game.
Allison Pine earned the shutout with two saves, and Crown Point's Samantha Russell had 12 saves.
Hoosick Falls 3
HOOSICK FALLS -- Keri Cleveland and Kelly Blackhurst each capitalized on a shot apiece, but fell to Hoosick Falls at the Adirondack sports Complex on Oct. 16.
Hoosick Falls led 2-0 at halftime, but didn't secure the victory until a goal by Samantha Skott found the net in the second overtime.
Amanda Lewsey put the ball right in front of the goal for Skott's third goal of the game.
Melody Mentiply and Lacey LaCroix each had assists in the win.
Hoosick Falls' goalie Frankie Pearson finished with seven saves, while Cassandra Prouty stopped 11 for the Jaguars.