Chazy's Nolan Rogers and Willsboro's Nick Arnold chase down the ball.
In the first meeting of the season, the Willsboro Warriors and Elizabethtown-Lewis Lions traded goals in the second half as the two teams settled for a 1-1 draw.
In their Oct. 11 meeting, the only thing that changed was when the goals were scored, as the two teams again were unable to gain an advantage over each other in a 1-1 stalemate.
Hunter Mowery of Elizabethtown-Lewis
As in the first game, the Lions got the advantage, this time in the fourth minute of the game as Tyler White assisted Hunter Mowery on a goal for a 1-0 lead.
As the seventh minute began, the Warriors responded with he equalizer as Clay Sherman scored, as he had to level the first meeting between the two teams, to tie the score at 1-1.
The game kept the Lions two points behind the Warriors for the top spot in Division II with a 6-2-2 record (8-3-2 overall), while Willsboro remained unbeaten in divisional play with a 7-0-2 record (9-2-2).
The Warriors will face another test for their unbeaten record in division when the rematch of the year will take place this Thursday as the team travels north to take on the two-time defending state champion Chazy Eagles.
Nathan Reynolds controls the ball for Chazy.
The Eagles scored a 4-0 win against Seton Catholic Oct. 11 in preparation for the rematch with the Warriors, improving their record to 7-1-0 in the league and 10-2-0 overall. Nathan Reynolds scored in the 39th and 48th minutes to pace the offense. Jordan Barriere assisted on the first Reynolds goal and scored the opening goal in the 29th minute (Nolan Rogers assist), while Brandon Laurin scored in the 68th minute. Austin Santor made eight saves for the Eagles, while Keagan Briggs made 16 saves for the Knights.
The Lions, meanwhile, host the fourth place team in the division, Northern Adirondack, on Thursday. The Bobcats were unable to keep pace with the top three teams in division II as they suffered a 4-3 loss at the hands of Lake Placid. The Bombers scored three of their goals in the second half, with Andrew Meister scoring what proved to be the golden goal in the 58th minute. Haile Thompson scored for the Blue Bombers in the 33rd, Ryan Meyer scored in the 45th (Miester assist) and Nick Colby scored in the 58th minute (Thompson).
Haile Thompson of Lake Placid and Nick Ball of Willsboro
For the Bobcats, Justin Kellett opened the scoring in the ninth (Josh Rabideau) and then returned the favor as Rabideau scored in the 38th minute. David Miller scored in the 75th minute, but the Bobcats were unable to find the equalizer.
Hornets, Cougars on course
In Division I, the Plattsburgh Hornets and Northeastern Clinton Cougars continued to keep pace with each other as both teams scored wins. The Cougars (8-0-2, 10-0-2 overall) hold a one-point division lead over the Hornets (8-0-1, 11-0-1) with their second meeting of the season scheduled for Oct. 20.
The Hornets got a tally from David Carpenter in the 37th minute of play to score a 1-0 win over the Saranac Chiefs (2-6-1, 4-8-1) Oct. 11, with Chris Roenbeck called on to make one save in the shutout while Bill Badger made 12 saves for the Chiefs.
The Cougars scored a 3-0 victory over the Peru Indians (3-6-0, 5-7-0) Oct. 11, with Liam McDonough scoring in the 19th minute while Austin Tetreault scored goals in the 33rd and 73rd minutes. Michael Danis made 10 saves for the Indians.
The Hornets’ opponent on Oct. 13, the Beekmantown Eagles, also kept pace with in the top three of Division I, scoring a 5-1 win against the AuSable Valley Patriots Oct. 11. Brenden Carnright and Adam Goldfarb scored the opening goals for the Eagles (8-2-0, 9-3-0) in the first half, while Austin Burl scored a pair of goals in the second half and Will Reid added a fifth. Kyle Sprague was assisted by Brandon Brooks for the lone Patriot goal, while Nick Rhino made 12 saves in the net.
Beekmantown scores win
The Beekmantown Eagles scored a near 10-point win against the Plattsburgh High Hornets Oct. 11, as the team won by a 158.05-148.10 score.
Alyssa Leonard was the all-around individual champion with a total score of 34.85 and wins in the beam (8.85) and floor exercise (meet-high score of 9.3).
Dalen Keswick was the runner-up in the all-around while winning the vault (8.4) and bars (8.75).
Leonard was joined on the podium by Erica Leonard, while Lydia Gricoski and Brielle Cerne rounded out the top five for the Eagles.
Hornets outlast Patriots
The Plattsburgh High Hornets swept their 11-event meet against the AuSable Valley Patriots en route to a 115-55 win Oct. 11.
The Hornets won all three relay events, while in individual swims, Alexis Kelley scored wins in the 200 medley (2:24.61) and 100 backstroke (1:09.41), while Cara Sorensen scored wins in the 100 freestyle (1:00.29) and 50 freestyle (26.73), Brooke Kelley won in the 500 freestyle (6:17.39) and 100 breaststroke (1:15.43), Brin Keyser won in the 200 freestyle (2:23.15) and Taylor Hall won in the 100 butterfly (1:10.34).
Indians best Vikings
The Peru Indians scored wins in eight of the 11 events in the pool to score a 109-57 win over the Moriah Vikings Oct. 11.
The Indians won two of the three relay events, while Paige Vaccaro scored wins in the 200 medley (2:52.17) and 100 breaststroke (1:30.23), Rebecca Brown won in the 100 butterfly (1:23.36), Carah Powell won the 100 freestyle (1:13.37), Michaela Butler won in the 500 freestyle (7:42.50) and Mark Barkla won in the 100 backstroke (1:15.53).
Beekmantown stays in front
The Beekmantown Eagles volleyball team kept their match record unblemished with a 25-7, 25-19, 25-17 win over the Saranac Lake Red Storm Oct. 11.
Kiana Archer tallied 28 assists for the Eagles (10-0 in league, 30-1 in game play) to go with eight aces. Courtney Wilson added 10 digs, six aces and six kills, while Shannon Ryan had 12 kills.
Nicole Viscardo had seven kills, four digs two aces and a block for the Red Storm (0-9).
The Peru Indians (7-2) were able to keep pace with the Eagles, scoring a 25-16, 25-16, 25-20 win over Northern Adirondack (5-4).
Sam Banker added 12 assists and five digs for the Indians, while Paige Moore tallied four kills and six digs and Katie Lawliss added four aces and four digs.
Tessa King had four kills and four assists for the Bobcats, while Nicole Durnin had three aces, two kills and four assists.
The longest match of the night went to the AuSable Valley Patriots, as they rallied from a 2-1 games deficit to score a 25-21, 22-25, 22-25, 25-19, 25-21 five game win over the Lake Placid Blue Bombers.
Jacquie Hoey had six aces offensively and 37 digs defensively for the Patriots (3-7), while Belle O'Toole added six aces, eight kills, 16 digs and 17 assists and Miranda O'Neil had four aces.
Olivia Dempsey had three aces, six kills and 13 assists for the Blue Bombers (2-8), while Serina Hayes combined five aces with 10 kills and 12 assists.
Knights score wins
The Seton Catholic Cross Country team scored sweeps in the boys and girls meets against Plattsburgh High and Saranac Lake Oct. 11.
The boys scored wins of 27-29 over PHS and 17-38 over Saranac Lake, while the Hornets earned a 17-43 win over the Red Storm.
Mitchell Ryan scored the win in the boys meet for the Knights with a time of 17:02, while PHS runner Jeriqho Gadway finished in 17:04. Barrett Waling (17:43) and Bowen Christopher (18:34) finished in third and fifth place for the Knights, while Borge Wiik (18:09) took fourth. Evan Klein finished in eighth for the Red Storm (19:21).
In the girls meet, the Knights scored wins of 20-35 against PHS and 18-38 against Saranac Lake, while the Red Storm were 25-31 winners over the Hornets.
Margaret Champagne crossed in 20:18 to win the girls' race, while Emma Deshaies of PHS finished second in 20:38. Phoebe Christopher (21:56) and Maddy Munn (22:38) finished in third and fifth for the Knights, while Elena Beideck's finished in fourth for the Red Storm (22:03).
Indians score wins
The Peru Indians boys and girls cross country teams each scored three wins in a four-team meet Oct. 12
The boys team scored wins of 15-50 over AuSable Valley, 15-43 against Northeastern Clinton and 17-39 over Ticonderoga. The Cougars scored a 15-50 win over the Patriots, while the Sentinels scored a 20-37 win over the Cougars.
Dan Lennon led a podium sweep for the Indians in a time of 18:29, followed by Jared McLean (19:07), James Downs (19:11) and Kyler Agoney (19:18). Neil Miller finished in ninth for the Cougars, (20:20), while Paul Ford finished in 17th for the Patriots (22:04).
In the girls meet, the Indians scored wins of 15-50 (AVCS), 15-50 (Ti) and 21-34 (NCCS). The Cougars scored matching 15-50 wins over Ti and AVCS.
Ashley Leta (21:47), Meghan Mazzella (21:57) and Cheyenne Dobozy (22:11) swept the top three spots for the Indians, while Samantha Smith (22:53) and Justine Rabideau (23:45) followed behind for the Cougars.
Saranac sweeps; BCS and LPCS split
The Saranac Chiefs scored a pair of wins in both the boys and girls cross country events Oct. 11 against the Beekmantown Eagles and Lake Placid Blue Bombers.
The Saranac boys team scored wins of 24-33 over the Eagles and 15-50 over the Bombers, while Beekmantown won 15-50 against Lake Placid.
Josh Wade won the boys' race in 17:25, with Beekmantown's Matt Simpson (17:43) and Colin Quackenbush (17:48) finishing second and third, respectively. Davey Dormann placed fourth for the Chiefs (17:58).
The Lady Chiefs scored a 22-38 win over Lake Placid and a 15-50 win over Beekmantown, with the Blue Bombers scoring a 20-34 win over Beekmantown.
Nina Armstrong (20:39) scored the win in the meet for the Blue Bombers, while Morgan Kelly (21:38), Lexi Blockson (22:39) and Tracey Rush (21:53) followed behind for the Lady Chiefs.