Elizabethtown-Lewis 2, Willsboro 1
LEWIS - The Lions came away with a hard-earned win on their home field against Willsboro in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 30.
Both defenses shined in a contest with limited shooting, but it was Elizabethtown's offense that proved too much for the Warriors.
Elizabethtown midfielder Andrew Kerr scored the opening goal near the 14-minute mark of the first half. The Warriors came out strong in the second half, however, when Clay Sherman pounded it in off a nifty assist from Lucas Strong just 27 seconds in.
Brody Hooper's goal at the 15-minute mark proved to be the game winner for the Lions. Both ELCS goals were assisted by Michael Gowdy.
AuSable Valley 0, Saranac 0
SARANAC - The Patriots settled for an overtime tie in a back-and-forth game against Saranac in CVAC boys soccer Sept. 30.
Each team notched 14 shots on goal and 12 saves. Jeremy Wood filled in for starting Patriots goalie T.J. Burl, who left the game with an injury; both collected six saves.
Westport 3, Johnsburg 2
WESTPORT - The Eagles nearly saw victory slip away before overcoming Johnsburg in MVAC boys soccer Sept. 30.
Two goals by Nathan Gay in the first eight minutes put Westport up 2-0, a lead that stuck through the first half.
Johnsburg answered in the second half, however, capitalizing on their shots to score goals at the 1:30 and 32-minute mark and even the score. Kevin Conner notched a goal and an assist for the Jaguars.
Nine minutes into the first overtime, Westport's Bo McKinley was tackled inside the box, leading to a penalty kick that proved to be the game winner. Overall, Westport held a 23-12 margin in shots.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 5, Schroon Lake 1
LEWIS - Elizabethtown proved too much for the Wildcats as they cruised to victory in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 2.
The Lions outshot Schroon Lake 26-1, getting goals from Tanner Cassavaugh, Evan Drew, Alex Andrade, and two from Michael Gowdy. They were up 3-0 at intermission.
Schroon Lake's lone goal came midway through the second half by Will Lowe.
Westport 4, Crown Point 2
CROWN POINT - Westport's depth helped push them past a talented Crown Point team in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 2.
The Panthers' Will Glebus opened the scoring 16 minutes into the first half. Westport's Nathan Gay knotted the score 10 mintues later, however, and added a second goal in the opening minutes of the second half. Glebus answered back, creating a 2-2 tie.
The Eagles continued to make the most of their offense, however, and Alan Ware gave them the lead for good off an assist from Kevin Russell. Bo McKinley added an insurance goal with just over five minutes remaining.
Willsboro 2, Keene 0
WILLSBORO - The Warriors made things difficult for Keene as they rolled to a 2-0 shutout in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 6
Patrick Wells set up Clay Sherman's goal early in the first half and later added one of his own to give Willsboro a 2-0 lead at the half.
The Warriors continued to control possession for most of the game, due in part to good defense from Alex Shepherd, Dakota Sayward, and goalie Justin Drinkwine, who stopped 3 shots for the shutout.
James Bell nabbed seven saves for Keene.
Chazy 5, Westport 0
CHAZY - The unbeaten host team proved too much for Westport as Chazy went on to a 5-0 win in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 6
Westport managed seven shots against last year's champs, but could not get past goalie Austin Santor, who collected 3 saves.
Shea Howley, Hunter Dominy, Jordan Barriere, Kyle McCarthy and Kaleb Snide all scored for Chazy. Jesse Stevens grabbed 8 saves for Westport.
AuSable Valley 2, Saranac Lake 0
CLINTONVILLE - The Patriots made the most of their opportunities in a win over Saranac Lake Oct. 6.
The Red Storm outshot AuSable Valley 11-10, but could not convert as T.J. Burl grabbed eight saves for the shutout.
Conversely, the Patriots were able to punch through; first on an assist by Tyler White that was knocked in by Robert Lee. A late second-half penalty kick by Sean Pulsifer put the game out of reach.
James Ford and Tommy Loreman had good defensive games for AuSable Valley.
Elizabethtown 3, Crown Point 0
CROWN POINT - The Lions made it three in a row as they downed Crown Point in MVAC boys soccer Oct. 6.
Tanner Cassavaugh notched two goals, Evan Drew two assists, and Michael Gowdy a goal and an assist as Elizabethtown outshot the Panthers 26-12.
Max Mesones was busy in the net for Crown Point with 20 saves. Elizabethtown's Devin Drummond collected 11 for the shutout.
Westport 5, Crown Point 0
WESTPORT - The Eagles made it look easy, blanking Crown Point in MVAC girls soccer Oct. 1
Westport amassed 18 shots to the Panthers' two, crusing to victory with goals by Victoria Rodriguez, Kelsey Carroll, Martha McKinley, and two by Brendee Russell. Carroll, Aisleigh Frum, and Christina Sherman each notched an assist.
Allison Sherman collected two saves for the shutout.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 3, Schroon Lake 1
SCHROON LAKE - Elizabethtown went up early and held on for the win against the Wildcats in MVAC girls soccer Oct. 1.
The one-two punch of Kylee Cassavaugh and Emily Morris proved too much for Schroon Lake as Cassavaugh scored two early first-half goals, the first off an assist from Morris just 1:13 in.
The Wildcats' Rebecca Armstrong cut the lead to one with a goal midway through the first period, but it was all her team could muster, being out-shot 11-7.
Cassavaugh added a third goal with 16 minutes gone in the second half, which was also assisted by Morris. Andrea LeVien collected three saves for the win.
Keene 2, Indian/Long Lake 1
KEENE - Keene got a key win against their division rival in MVAC girls soccer Oct. 1
Emma Nye added two goals to her impressive season total and the Beavers' winning effort as they outshot Indian Lake-Long Lake 12-5.
Her first goal came unassisted 18 minutes into the first half, but was quickly answered when the Orange's Carly Reynolds scored on a breakaway seven minutes later. Nye gave Keene the edge in the second half, however, off a terrific cross from Amanda Boyle.
Megan Hall was in net with four saves for the Beavers.
Chazy 6, Willsboro 0
CHAZY - The Warriors could not get anything going against an undefeated Chazy squad in MVAC girls soccer Oct. 1.
Willsboro held off the Eagles until Caitlyn LaPier opened the scoring with 10 minutes remaining in the first half. Chazy went on to log 25 shots to the Warriors' two.
Victoria Reynolds had three goals and an assist for Chazy while Astrid Kempainen notched a goal and two assists. Stevie Burrows collected 17 saves in net for Willsboro.
Willsboro 3, Westport 0
WILLSBORO - Westport could not find a way past the Warriors' defense as Willsboro defeated the eagles in MVAC girls soccer Oct. 5.
Willsboro held just a 12-9 margin in shots, but were able to capitalize well through Marion James, who scored a goal in each half. Megan Jaquish added a goal in the first half as well.
Stevie Burrows collected 4 saves for the shutout while Allison Sherman had three stops for Westport.
Keene 2, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0
LEWIS - The Beavers' two first half goals were all that were needed in a win over Elizabethtown in MVAC girls soccer Oct. 5.
Jessica Caner knocked in the first goal midway through the first half and Louisa Sardella added another at the 36-minute mark. Keene held on to win behind strong efforts from Sadie Holbrook and goalie Megan Hall, who collected four saves for the shutout.
Andrea LeVien nabbed nine saves for the Lions, who got a strong game from Emily Morris.
Beekmantown 34, AuSable Valley 8
CLINTONVILLE - The undefeated Eagles made light work of the winless Patriots in Northern Football Conference play Oct. 2.
Beekmantown amassed five touchdowns in the first half behind the running attack of Patrick Manor and Matt Durocher. The two combined for 162 yards on 10 carries and sat out much of the second half as the Eagles played their reserves. All in all, the Eagles amassed 300 yards of offense against AuSable Valley while only allowing 137.
The Patriots' lone score came on a one-yard run by Brennan Smith late in the fourth quarter. Austin Case plunged in for a two-point conversion. Smith finished with 23 yards on three carries. Ben Prentiss added 61 yards on nine carries and one reception.