Keon Jahanbakhsh controls the ball for Beekmantown.
Beekmantown beats Indians
The Beekmantown Eagles scored three goals in the first half en route to beating the Peru Indians 4-1 Oct. 4.
Brendan Carnright opened the scoring in the 15th minute on a MacCullen Cope assist, with Adam Goldfarb scoring in the 20th minute (Austin Burl) and Dylan Riley scored in the 27th minute ( Keon Jahanbakhsh ) to give the Eagles a 3-0 lead before Sean Harrigan scored on a penalty kick for the Indians in the 39th minute.
In the second half, Burl tallied a goal in the 55th minute, unassisted.
Cougars blank Patriots
The Northeastern Clinton Cougars broke open their contest with the AuSable Valley Patriots in the second half, scoring five times for a 7-0 win Oct. 4.
Kyle McCarthy scored three goals for the Cougars, while Colby Provost, Cole Cooper, Rob Armstrong and Tyler Bosley also scored goals.
Josh Rabideau had a pair of saves in the shutout.
Hornets shutout Red Storm
The Plattsburgh High Hornets scored four goals in the first half as they continued on for a 6-0 win against the Saranac Lake Red Storm Oct. 4.
Jake Morrow scored a pair of goals for the Hornets in the 30th and 43rd minute. Jack Tolosky (39th), David Ferris (fifth), David Carpenter (23rd) and Rob Fout (51st) also scored goals.
Ricky Schmidt made 10 saves for the Red Storm.
Knights defeat Blue Bombers
The Seton Catholic Knights scored four goals in the first half en route to a 6-1 victory over the Lake Placid Blue Bombers Oct. 4.
Adam Tedford scored goals in the 16th, 30th and 51st minute to pace the Knights offense, while T.J. Orrichio scored in the 66th minute, Patrick Maddix scored in the 27th minute and Keegan Frenya scored in the 40th minute with just 17 seconds to play in the opening half.
Eddie Kane scored in the 77th minute on a direct kick for the Blue Bombers.
Lions shutout Westport
The Elizabethtown-Lewis Lions scored four of their five goals in the first half during a 5-0 victory Oct. 4 against the Westport Eagles.
Hunter Mowery scored the opening goal of the game in the eighth minute before Brody Hooper scored the next three goals in the 12th, 25th and 33rd minute. Connor Apthorp scored in the 51st minute to cap the scoring.
Ryan Davis made 27 saves for the Eagles, while Brock Marvin had a lone save in the shutout.
Beavers blank Orange
The Keene Beavers scored a pair of second half goals to tally a 2-0 win against the Indian Lake/Long Lake Orange Oct. 4.
Colton Venner scored in the 44th minute, and Austin Holbrook tallied an insurance goal in the 72nd minute on a Jack VanWie's assist.
Brandon Dumas had six saves for the Beavers.
Chiefs beat Patriots in five
The Saranac Chiefs dropped the opening game in their Oct. 4 meeting against the AuSable Valley Patriots, but were able to come back and score a five game victory.
The Patriots scored a 25-16 win in the first game and a 25-20 game to keep themselves alive after the fourth game, while the Chiefs scored wins of 25-13 in the second, 25-22 in the third and 27-25 in the fourth.
Jasmine Barnard had 15 assists for the Chiefs, while Sam Aierle added two aces and Katelyn Gates combined four kills and 16 digs.
Miranda Sheffer's had eight aces, seven kills and eight digs for the Patriots, while Belle O'Toole had six digs and 22 assists and Jacquie Hoey hit four aces and three kills to go with 26 digs.
Cougars defeat Blue Bombers
The Northeastern Clinton Cougars scored a 25-21 in the fifth and decisive game to beat the Lake Placid Blue Bombers Oct. 4.
The Bombers scored an opening game 25-10 win and extended the match to a fifth game with a 25-19 win in the fourth. The Cougars scored wins of 25-13 and 26-24 in the second and third games.
Stephanie LaValley had three aces to go with 13 assists and 21 digs for the Cougars, while Vada Loya had three aces and 38 digs while Sarena Foster added seven kills, four blocks and 11 digs.
Danielle Balestrini had six digs and seven kills for the Blue Bombers, while Olivia Dempsey added five kills and 18 assists.
Beekmantown drops game, not match
The Peru Indians scored the first win of any kind against the Beekmantown Eagles with a 26-24 second game win Oct. 4, but the Eagles scored wins of 25-11, 25-17 and 25-13 in the other three games to stay undefeated in match play.
Emily Anderson had three aces, three blocks and six digs for the Eagles, while Kiana Archer added 24 assists, four kills and 16 digs and Courtney Wilson had eight kills and 19 digs.
Paige Moore had seven kills and 15 digs for the Indians, while Sam Banker had 21 assists and seven digs while Abby Higgins had 14 kills and 33 digs.
Beekmantown bests Peru
Alyssa Leonard swept the four individual events, earning herself the all-around title and the Beekmantown Eagles a win on the mats against the Peru Indians Oct. 4.
Leonard scored an 8/5 on the vault, a 7.8 on the bars, tied with sister Erica Leonard on the beam with a scored of 8.0, and won the floor exercise with a meet-high score of 9.25.
Lexi Trombley placed second in the all-around for the Indians, with a second place finish in the vault (8.2), a fourth in the bars (7.2), and a third on the beam (7.8).
Patriots beat Indians
The AuSable Valley Patriots scored six wins and added seven second place finishes to score a 97-73 win over the Peru Indians Oct. 4.
The Patriots won the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays, with the Indians taking first in the 100 freestyle relay.
Sierra Cotrona scored wins in the relays as well as the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke, while Alexis Provost scored wins in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle as well as the two relay events.
Rebecca Brown won the 100 butterfly and 500 freestyle for the Indians, while Paige Vaccaro won the 200 freestyle.
Chiefs score wins over Hornets, Cougars
The Saranac Boys and girls cross country teams scored wins over Plattsburgh High and Northeastern Clinton Oct. 4, while The Plattsburgh High boys and the Northeastern Clinton girls scored wins against each other.
In the boys meet, the Chiefs scored a 25-30 win over the Hornets and a 15-40 win over the Cougars, while the Hornets scored a 19-38 win over the Cougars.
Josh Wade crossed the line for the Chiefs four seconds (16:56) ahead of Jeriqho Gadway of the Hornets (17:00), while Borge Wiik (PHS) finished third (17:19), David Dormann of Saranac finished fourth (17:55) and Heath Andre of Saranac finished fifth (17:55). Neil Miller finished ninth for the Cougars with a time of 18:38.
The Lady Chiefs scored a 23-38 win over the Lady Hornets and a 26-31 win over the Lady Cougars, while NCCS scored a 27-29 win over PHS.
Emma Deshaies of the Hornets won the girls event with a time of 20:01, with Samantha Smith and Justine Rabideau of the Cougars finishing in second and third place with times of 20:32 and 21:19, respectively. Saranac’s Morgan Kelly (21:43) and Tracey Rush (21:45) finished in the next two spots.
Lady Red Storm sweep competition
The Saranac Lake Lady Red Storm cross country team scored wins of 17-44, 15-49 and 15-50 over the Beekmantown,. Ticonderoga and AuSable Valley teams Oct. 4.
Beekmantown scored wins of 27-28 and 15-50 over AVCS and Ti, while the Lady Patriots scored a 15-50 win over Ticonderoga.
Elena Beideck crossed the line in 23:00 for the Red Storm, followed by teammate Zoe Tyler, who also registered at 23:00. McKenzie Delisle finished seventh for the Eagles is a time of 25:26, and Kendra Nieman finished 13 for the Patriots in 26:37.
In the boys meet, the Sentinels swept the competition, while Beekmantown earned wins over Saranac Lake (19-37) and AuSable Valley (15-50) and the Red Storm scored a 15-50 win over the Patriots.
Matt Simpson was the top individual finisher for the Eagles with a time of 17:36, with Colin Quackenbush finishing in third third at 18:00 and Jordan West finishing fifth in a time of 18:40. Chris Willette was sixth for the Red Storm in a time of 19:18.
Indians, Lady Knights sweep
The Peru Indians scored wins over the Lake Placid Blue Bombers (15-50) and the Seton Knights (25-31) in their Oct. 4 cross country meet. The Knights scored a 15-50 win over Lake Placid.
Dan Lennon scored the win for the Indians with a time of 14:15, with Jared McLean finishing fourth (15:40) and Kyler Agony (15:53) finishing fifth. Mitchell Ryan was second for the Knights with a time of 14:55, with Barrett Waling finishing third (15:24).
Peru boys, Seton Catholic girls sweep
In the girls meet, Margaret Champagne paced the Knights to a pair of wins with a time of 17:41, with Peru’s Peru's Meghan Mazola (17:46) and Cheyanne Dobozy (17:50) following. Nina Armstrong finished fifth for the Blue Bombers in 18:04.