PLATTSBURGH — Seton’s Catholic Girls took a three-goal advantage and then held on for a 3-2 win over Willsboro on Saturday in the Northern Soccer League game.
First-half goals from Haley Murnane, Charlotte Hughes and Madyson Whalen gave the Knights a 3-0 lead.
But Jenna Ford put the Warriors on the scoreboard late in the first half, then scored midway through the second stanza to make it 3-2.
“It was our ‘Kick for a Cure’ game in which both teams joined forces to raise money for CVPH’s Fitzpatrick Cancer Center,” Seton Catholic coach Ariel Masten said. “Our grand total raised was $1,533.70.
“We were able to own the ball really well for most of the game. We worked on the finishing and we were able to find the back of the net today. It was a great team win and Charlotte Hughes got scored his first college goal.
“Both teams played well and fought hard,” Willsboro coach Chris Ford said. “They also did a great job raising money for a good cause. They should all be proud of their efforts.
Seton Catholic 3, Willsboro 2
Willsboro 1 1 — 2
Seton Catholic 3 0 — 3
First half- 1, SC, Murnane (Boule), 6:27. 2, SC, Hughes (Pearl), 15:41. 3, SC, Whalen, 27:06. 4, WICS, Ford, 37:10.
Second part- 5, WICS, Ford, 15:06.
Blows- Catholic Seton 18, Willsboro 8.
Save- Bruno, WICS, 15, Spriggs, SC, 6.
BEEKMANTOWN – Luci Brown scored twice to help the Eagles beat Peru.
Emma McCasland, Danielle Dyke and Brown scored in the first half to give Beekmantown a 3-0 lead before goals from McKenzie Brown and Abigail Bruce pulled Peru down 3-2 at halftime.
Brown then gave the Eagles an insurance goal with just five minutes remaining in the second stanza.
Beekmantown coach Jon Chapman credited Brown, Payton Parliament and Sophie King as having good games for the Eagles and goaltender Bri Brousseau, Bruce and Hannah Meyers stood out for Peru.
Beekmantown 4, Peru 2
Peru 2 0 — 2
Beckmantown 3 1 — 4
First half- 1, BCS, McCasland (Dike), 3:21. 2, BCS, Dyke (McCasland), 5:04. 3, BCS, L. Brown (Williams), 25:48. 4, PCS, Mr. Brown, 28:25. 5, PCS, Bruce (Darst), 35:25.
Second part- 6, BCS, Brown (McCasland), 5:10.
Blows- Beekmantown 28, Peru 14.
Save- Scofield, BCS, 9. Brousseau, PCS, 20.
SARANAC LAKE 0
SARANAC LAKE — Three players scored as the Eagles shut out Red Storm.
Hadley Lucas and Ava McAuliffe scored in the first half and Hailey Laurin closed the scoring in the second stanza.
Annika Lizardi was in goal for the shutout with four saves.
“Chazy was able to exploit two defensive breakdowns, both of which resulted in goals,” Saranac Lake coach Jason Wamsganz said. “We weren’t able to match their intensity for the first 20 minutes which turned out to be the difference as both teams played evenly from then on.
“Ava McAuliffe was difficult to defend and she managed to work her way into midfield for the first 20 minutes. Their team was able to produce eight shots during this time.
Chazy 3, Saranac Lake 0
Chazy 2 1 — 3
Saranac Lake 0 0 — 0
First half- 1, CTC, Lucas, 10:57. 2, CCT, McAuliffe, 19:07.
Second part- 3, CCT, Laurin, 19:46.
Blows- Chazy 14, Lake Saranac 5.
Save- Wood, SLCS, 10. Lizardi, CCT, 4.
BOQUET VALLEY 1
WESTPORT — The Vikings scored three overtime goals to pass the Griffins.
Reagan Garrison broke a 1-all tie 7:05 down in the first extra session and Sarah Shoobe made it 3-1 two minutes later. Mikenna Valentine then scored in the second overtime.
The contest was scoreless until Lillian Huchro gave Moriah the lead at 12:19 of the second half.
Boquet Valley, however, forced overtime when Abbey Schwoebel scored with 14:08 remaining in regulation time.
Alaina Denton stood out in goal for Boquet Valley.
Moriah 4, Boquet Valley 1, OT
Moriah 0 1 2 1 — 4
Boquet Valley 0 1 0 0 — 1
Second part- 1, MCS, Huchro (Valentine), 12:19. 2, BV, Schwöbel, 25:52.
First extension- 3, MCS, Garrison (Valentine), 7:05. 4, MCS, Shoobe (Valentine), 8:57.
Second extension- 5, MCS, Valentin (Huchro), 8:10.
Blows- Moriah 21, Boquet Valley 11.
Save- Gaddor, MCS, 9. Denton, BV, 17.
BEEKMANTOWN 1, OT
BEEKMANTOWN — All of the game’s points came in the first five minutes as the Hornets and Eagles battled to an overtime stalemate.
Zach DuBray, with an assist from Dalton Kane, put Beekmantown ahead after just 22 seconds.
But shortly after, at 4:58, Ryan Kavanaugh scored an unassisted goal to tie Plattsburgh.
The Eagles finished with a 20-18 penalty shootout lead.
“It was a very balanced game,” Plattsburgh coach Chris LaRose said. “Both teams had chances to add to their goal tally, but all three goalkeepers improved their play to prevent both teams from scoring that crucial second goal.
“I think Jackson Ryan did a great job today on his first start in front of goal for us. He asked his teammates to play on goal and overall he did very well.
Plattsburgh 1, Beekmantown 1, OT
Plattsburgh 1 0 0 0 — 1
Beckmantown 1 0 0 0 — 1
First half- 1, BCS, Du Bray (Kane), :22. 2, PHS. Kavanaugh, 4:48.
Blows- Beckmantown 20, Plattsburgh 18.
Save- Golden (3), Mason (5), BCS, 8. Ryan, PHS, 9.
PERU — Dylan Badger scored the game’s only goal, thanks to an assist from Declan Edwards, with 59 seconds left in the first half.
Michael McBride recorded the shutout with eight saves as Peru held a slim 10-9 advantage on penalties.
Zane Stevens stopped nine shots in Chazy’s net.
Peru 1, Chazy 0
Chazy 0 0 — 0
Peru 1 0 — 1
First half- 1, PCS, Badger (Edwards), 39:01.
Blows- Peru 10, Chazy 9.
Save- McBride, PCS, 8. Stevens, CCT, 9.
CATHOLIC SETON 0
WILLSBORO – Stephen Leibeck scored two goals in the first half and that would be all the Warriors would need against the Knights.
Hunter and Devin Meachem added second-half goals for Willsboro, who had a 30-2 shooting advantage.
Regan Arnold only needed to save two shots in the Warriors net for the shutout and Alex Coupal was busy in front of Seton Catholic with 23 saves.
Willsboro 4, Seton Catholic 0
Seton Catholic 0 0 — 0
Willsboro 2 2 — 4
First half- 1, WICS, Leibeck (Gough), 3:57. 2, WICS, Leibeck (H. Meachem), 11:20.
Second part- 3, WICS, H. Meachem (Leibeck), :34. 4, WICS, Meachem, 34:50.
Blows- Willsboro 30, Seton Catholic 2.
Save- Arnold, WICS, 2. Coupal, SC, 23.
LAKE PLACID 1
SARANAC LAKE 0
LAKE PLACID – Matt Brandes, with Joose Kahkonen’s assist, scored the game’s only goal in the first half.
John Armstrong stopped 14 shots to record the shutout in the Lake Placid net. Nate McCarthy made eight saves for the Red Storm.
“Seconds before the ‘mask break’, the combination of Joose Kahkonen and Matt Brandes teamed up again on stopped play and Brandes shot from close range,” Lake Placid coach Stuart Hemsley said.
“After that it was almost all Red Storm as the Blue Bombers lived dangerously with goalkeeper John Armstrong getting the shutout and the ball smashing the vertical posts in the closing minutes.”
Lake Placid 1, Lake Saranac 0
Saranac Lake 0 0 — 0
Lake Placid 1 0 — 1
First half- 1, LP, Brandes (Kahkonen).
Blows- Lake Saranac 15, Lake Placid 9.
Save- Armstrong, LP, 14. McCarthy, SLCS,