Tyler Belden of Ticonderoga leads Beekmantown’s James West to the finish line in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference cross country action Sept. 25. Ti won the meet.
Ticonderoga remained undefeated and thrashed its top challenger in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys cross country action Sept. 24.
The Sentinels topped Beekmantown, 24-35, and AuSable Valley, 16-45.
Javeed Nazir led the way, winning by nearly a minute.
Tyler Belden was third, Shawn Silliman fifth, Jacob Young sixth, Cody Parrott ninth and Coleman Granger 15th for the Sentinels.
Ticonderoga beat AVCS, 15-50, and nearly upset Beekmantown, 26-29, in the girls race.
Naomi Forkas posted her first-ever victory, wining the race for the Sentinels.
Becky Barber took third place, Hannah Herbst seventh, Markie teRiele eighth, Ashline LaPerle 11th and Alaina Bevilacqua 13th for the locals.
Ticonderoga 4, Willsboro 0
Ticonderoga dominated the pitch as it shutout Willsboro, 4-0, in Northern Soccer League girls play Sept. 25.
Keely Cooper, Maura Jebb, Kylie Austin and Tiffani Purkey tallied for the Sentinels, who held a 19-5 edge in shots.
Austin had two assists for the Sharks, as the team likes to called, while Purkey and Grace Ginn also helepd on scores.
Megan Campney and Sadie Hamel split time goal, making four saves en route to the shutout.
Moriah 2, ELCS 1
Moriah edged Elizabethtown-Lewis, 2-1, in Northern Soccer League girls play Sept. 25.
The Vikings got goals from Halie Snyder and Reagan Pratt to grab a 2-0 lead and made it stand up. Sarah Slattery assisted on Pratt’s score.
Lauren Cross made five saves in goal for Moriah, holding ELCS at bay.
Keene 4, Crown Point 0
Hannah Whitney scored a hat trick as Keene beat Crown Point, 4-0, in Northern Soccer League girls play Sept. 25.
Amanda Wolf made 10 saves in the Crown Point goal.
Plattsburgh 131, Moriah 37
Plattsburgh defeated Moriah, 131-37, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls swimming action Sept. 25.
Emily Simard took second place in the 100-meter butterfly and Brooke Dever was second in the 100 backstroke for Moriah.