Brook Reid of Lake Placid hits the soccer ball off her head.
After the first 60 minutes, neither the Lake Placid Lady Blue Bombers nor the Willsboro Lady Warriors were able to find the back of the net.
In the 61st minute, though, Ayla Thompson was able to make her way through the Willsboro defense, shooting in traffic and hitting the near top corner of the goal and scoring the first of what would be three Blue Bombers goals in a 3-0 win Sept. 27.
In the 64th minute, Kendra Manning was able to break away on a pass from Payton Barney and also fired a shot to the same top corner of the goal for a 2-0 edge.
Brooke Reid added the third tally in the 70th minute off an assist from Mackenzie Kemmerer.
Renee Marcotte made 14 saves in goal for the Warriors, while Liz Leff made six.
Eagles tie for D-III lead
Trailing at halftime, the Westport Lady Eagles scored two goals in the second half to score a 2-1 win against the Minerva/Newcomb Lady Mountaineers and pull even with them in the Division III standings Sept. 27.
Delany Sears scored the equalizer on an unassisted goal in the 50th minute, and Willa McKinley scored the golden goal, also unassisted, in the 63rd minute.
Karlee McGee made six saves in net for the Eagles.
Wells defeats Beavers
A Wells goal 30 seconds into the second 10-minute overtime period was the undoing of the Keene Lady Beavers Sept. 27 as they were beaten, 2-1.
Trailing 1-0, Sodie Stoner scored the equalizer for the Beavers in the 22nd minute of the game on an assist from Sadie Holbrook.
Tucker Geiger made six saves in the loss.
Chiefs and Patriots draw
The AuSable Valley Lady Patriots and Saranac Lady Chiefs exchanged goals in each half and in each session of overtime to paly to a 2-2 draw Sept. 27.
Amelie Jenks opened the scoring for the Chiefs in the 34th minute of play off an assists from Ellen Thew, who was held without a goal for the first time in the regular season. Meghan Strong scored the tying goal in regulation for the Patriots in the 74th minute with an assist from Cammey Keyser.
The Patriots got the edge in the 90th minute (10th of overtime) when Megan Colby connected with just 45 seconds left in the frame.
Kayla Napper then scored the equalizer in the 92nd minute, unassisted, to level the game.
Cougars and Hornets tie
All four goals were scored in the second half of the Sept. 27 game between the Plattsburgh High Lady Hornets and the Northeastern Clinton Lady Cougars, with both teams scoring equally in a 2-2 draw.
The Cougars had to play comeback as Madison Trombley scored in the 50th minute and Brooke Knight scored in the 63rd minute, both unassisted, to give the Hornets a 2-0 lead.
NCCS was quick to respond, as Molly Roush scored in the 64th minute off a Michaela McDonough assist. The equalizer came in the 78th minute when Roush found Erica Sorrell who netted the tying goal.
Chazy shuts out Sentinels
Caitlyn LaPier scored the lone goal in the 34th minute as the Chazy Lady Eagles scored a 1-0 win against the Ticonderoga Lady Sentinels Sept. 27.
Christina Emery assisted on the lone goal of the game, while Katharine Tooke made a pair of saves in the shutout.
Lions beat Knights in overtime
Kylee Cassavaugh scored two minutes into the second overtime as the Elizabethtown-Lewis Lady Lions earned a 4-3 victory against the Seton Catholic Lady Knights Sept. 27.
Clare Harwood assisted on the golden goal, while Cassavaugh assisted on two of the three goals scored in regulation by Jenn McGinn.
McGinn scored 30 seconds in to the game on an assist from Emily Morris for a 1-0 lead, then scored with just 29 seconds remaining in the opening half to tie the game at 2-2. Her third score came in the 47th minute, giving the Lions a 3-2 lead.
Payton Falb scored the first goal for the Knights in the third minute on a Paige Spittler assist. Falb then scored to give the Knights a 2-1 lead on an assist from Stephanie Egan in the 11th minute. Kelly Ryan scored the goal that forced overtime in the 51st minute, assisted by Madison Murnane.
Kearsten Ashline made 11 saves for the Lions, while Shannon Olsen stopped 16 shots.
Cougars earn sweeps at meet
The Northeastern Clinton boys and girls cross country teams scored sweeps in a meet against Saranac Lake and Lake Placid Sept. 27.
The Cougars scored a 23-32 win over Saranac Lake and a 15-50 win over Lake Placid, while Saranac Lake scored a 15-50 win against Lake Placid.
Neil Miller (19:15) and Sean Kuzmin (19:20) crossed the finish line in the top two positions for the Cougars, while Chris Willette (19:35) and Evan Klein (19:36) were next across the line for Saranac Lake.
The Lady Cougars scored a 23-32 win against Saranac Lake and a 26-29 win over Lake Placid, while the Lady Blue Bombers scored a 27-29 win against the Lady Red Storm.
Nina Armstrong crossed the line first for Lake Placid with a time of 20:58, followed by Justine Rabideau of NCCS (21:56) and Elana Beibek of Saranac Lake (22:05).
Knights defeat all at meet
The Seton Catholic Knights boys and girls cross country teams scored wins over Ticonderoga, Saranac and AuSable Valley at its Sept. 27 meet.
The Knights boys team scored wins of 15-50 against the Patriots, 27-28 against the Chiefs and 23-32 against the Sentinels. The Chiefs scored a 15-50 win against the Patriots and a 21-34 win against Ticonderoga.
Barrett Walling led the Knights and all runners across the line with a time of 17:38, followed by Saranac’s Josh Wade (17:57). Mitchell Ryan finished third for Seton (18:30), while Davy Dormann finished fifth (19:10) and Heath Andre finished sixth (19:14) for the Chiefs.
In the girls meet, the Lady Knights scored wins of 15-40 over the Lady Patriots, 27-30 over the Lady Chiefs and 15-50 against the Lady Sentinels. Saranac scored wins against AVCS (15-50) and Ticonderoga (15-50).
Margaret Champagne (21:42) and Phoebe Christopher (22:06) were the top two finishers for the Knights, with Maddie Munn finishing 15 seconds out of a sweep of the podium (22:53), as Saranac’s Tracy Rush finished in third place (22:38).
Kendra Niemann finished in 19th for the Patriots with a time of 27:17.
Hornets beat Vikings
The Plattsburgh High Lady Hornets scored a 126-42 win over the Moriah Lady Vikings Sept. 27.
The Hornets a scored win in the 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free relay races to sweep the team races.
In the freestyle events, Taylor Hall won the 50 and 500, Cara Sorenson won the 100 and Bailey Harney scored a win in the 200.
Brin Keyser won the 200-meter individual medley race, while Brooke Kelley won the 100 butterfly and Sorenson won the 100 breaststroke.