BEEKMANTOWN — Unbeaten Northeastern Clinton survived a test Friday in a 3-1 victory over Beekmantown in Northern Soccer League boys’ soccer.
Kyle McCarthy’s goal with eight minutes left in the first half broke a 1-all tie and put the Cougars ahead to stay.
McCarthy then assisted on Ryan Marks’ second-half goal that gave Northeastern Clinton a two-goal lead.
Patrick Parent opened the scoring for the Cougars at 13:00 of the first half before Nick Danussi’s direct kick pulled the Eagles (4-2-1, 3-2) even at 27;00.
Josh Rabideau made six saves in net for NCCS, which got strong defensive play from Avery Trombley and Tom Bedard.
Matt LaClair stopped eight shots for Beekmantown, which was outshot by a 15-8 margin.
NCCS 3, Beekmantown 1
Northeastern Clinton 2 1 — 3
Beekmantown 1 0 — 1
1, NCCS, Parent (Guay), 13:00. 2, Beek, Danussi, dk, 27:00. 3, NCCS, McCarthy, 32:00.
4, NCCS, Marks (McCarthy), 21:00.
NCCS 15, Beekmantown 8.
Rabideau, NCCS, 6. LaClair, Beek, 8.
Lake Placid 0
LAKE PLACID — The Blue Bombers kept the powerful Eagles off the board for the first 55 minutes before Hayden Guay’s goal at 16:00 of the second half put Chazy in front.
Josh Barriere and Nathan Reynolds added goals later on to complete the scoring. Reynolds and Craig Botten each had an assist.
Trent Blais made five saves in the Chazy nets to record the shutout. Chris Kordziel made nine stops for Lake Placid, which was outshot by a 12-5 margin.
Chazy 3, Lake Placid 0
Chazy 0 3 — 3
Lake Placid 0 0 — 0
1, C, Guay, 16:00. 2, C, Barriere (Reynolds), 28:00. 3, C, Reynolds (Botten), 30:00.
Chazy 12, Lake Placid 5.
Blais, C, 5. Kordziel, LP, 9.
Northern Adirondack 2
Seton Catholic 0
ELLENBURG — Ryan Manion’s goal midway through the second half broke a 1-all tie and lifted the Bobcats (3-5, 3-3) past the Knights.
Justin Kellett gave NAC the lead in the first half, but Keegan Frenyea answered for Seton Catholic early in the second.
Manion then booted in the game-winning goal at the 21:41 mark.
Danny Burger made eight saves in net for the Bobcats, who held an 18-12 advantage in shots. Keagen Briggs stopped 13 shots for the Knights.
NAC’s defense of Colin LaBombard, Dylan LaBarge, Evan Nichols and Jared Nichols played well. Adam Tedford was a standout for Seton Catholic.
NAC 2, Seton Catholic 1
Seton Catholic 0 1 — 1
Northern Adirondack 1 1 — 2
1, NAC, J. Kellett, 22:48.
2, SC, Frenyea (Baugh), 7:28. 3, NAC, Manion (Smart), 21:41.
NAC 18, Seton Catholic 12.
Burger, NAC, 8. Briggs, SC, 13.
Crown Point 2
CROWN POINT — Gabe Macey recorded the game-winner early in the first half to keep the Panthers undefeated for the season.
Eighth grader Noah Macey picked up the assist on the winning goal while Joe Foote added some insurance with 33 seconds left in the first off a pass from Mike Enman.
Crown Point halfbacks Jaice Spring and Dan Groshans sparked several opportunities at midfield, winning several balls and pushing the action forward. Brendon Crowningshield grabbed the team’s first shutout of the season with seven saves.
“It was a good, solid, back-and-fourth game,” Panthers coach Don Bishop Jr. said. “Their defense is stout and we were lucky to get some early goals.”
Crown Point 2, Keene 0
Crown Point 2 0 — 2
Keene 0 0 — 0
1, CP, Macey (Macey), 6:68. 2, CP, Foote (Enman), 39:27.
Crown Point 18. Keene 9.
Crowningshield, CP, 7. Venner, Keene, 8.
WILLSBORO — Nick Arnold scored less than four minutes into the first half off a pass from Brandon Porter to grab what proved to be the game-winner for the Warriors.
Willsboro sealed the deal with a goal late in the second half by Nolan Murphy after receiving a pass from Jarrid McVicker.
Westport’s Jack Newberry played well at midfield keeping the Warriors on their toes and John Doyle produced some opportunities for the team up front in a losing effort.
“We were matched up pretty evenly,” Willsboro coach Andrew Lee said. “Both teams had plenty of chances; I moved Brandon Porter to defense and he really held it down for us.”
Willsboro 2, Westport 0
Willsboro 1 1 — 2
Westport 0 0 — 0
1, Wills, Arnold (Porter) 3:37.
2, Wills, Murphy (McVicker), 35:55
Willsboro 11. Westport 9
Latford, Wills, 6. Napper, West, 10.
Saranac Lake 2
SARANAC — After a scoreless first half, the Chiefs came out and scored six in the second to finally grab their first win in NSL play.
Saranac’s Kyle Erickson scored the first and last goal of the game with both of them coming from passes by Conner Christopherson. Christopherson, Matt Bouyea, Nick Lees and Ryan Wood also scored goals for the Chiefs.
Saranac Lake’s Devin Cowen and Nick Bayruns had their team’s two goals. Oliver Holmes was busy in net for the Red Storm recording eight saves on 16 shots.
Codie Gillette and Caleb Keysor came off the bench and held the Chiefs defense together and pushed the ball forward for scoring opportunities.
Saranac 6, Saranac Lake 2
Saranac 0 6 — 6
Saranac Lake 0 2 — 2
1, Sar, Erickson (Christopherson), 0:57. 2, Sar, Christopherson (Gillette), 8:00. 3, Sar, Bouyea, 16:30. 4, SL, Cowan, 28:00. 5, Sar, Lees, 30:30. 6, SL, Bayruns, 31:00. 7, Sar, Wood, 32:30. 8, Sar, Erickson (Christopherson), 36:40.
Saranac 16, Saranac Lake 8.
Tedford, Sar, 6. Holmes, SL, 8.
CHATEAUGAY — Zach Cowan scored two goals while Seth Young added another to give the Bulldogs their first league win over the Panthers.
Chateaugay’s keepers Devin Barns and Josh Trombley shared shutout honors having to record just three saves between the two.
Colby Wood, Trevor Lane, Jake English and Owen Henderson played solid defense and shutdown Bruston-Moria’s attack.
“We have had a hard time putting goals in the net this year,” Bulldogs coach, Bob Oiumet said. “We had some golden chances in the first and getting a couple goals in the second was nice.”
Chateaugay 3, Bruston-Moria 0
Chateaugay 1 2 — 3
Bruston-Moria 0 0 — 0
1, Chat, Cowan (English), 12:34.
2, Chat, Cowan (Martin), 10:03. 3, Chat, Young (Stalter)
Chat 12. Brushton 6.
Saves: Barns, Chat, 1. Trombley, Chat, 2. Tallman, Brushton, 4