Lisbon, Heuveton Boys, Hammond Girls win NAC West finales

Oct. 19—Lisbon claimed a perfect 10-0 season and Heuvelton finished the regular season on a three-game win streak in NAC West Boys Soccer finales on Wednesday.

Lisbon (16-2-0) blanked Edwards-Knox 3-0 to note a second straight undefeated NAC West campaign and Heuvelton (8-6-2) rounded out a 5-4-1 league season with a 3-1 win over Hermon-DeKalb.

In an NAC West Girls Soccer game played on Tuesday Hammond won its regular season finale 3-1 over Harrisville.

In NAC East Boys Soccer action on Wednesday Colton-Pierrepont downed Madrid-Waddington 6-1 and Parishville-Hopkinton finished at 14-0 with a 6-0 win over St. Regis Falls. In NAC East Girls soccer action Chateaugay secured an undefeated championship with a 1-0 overtime win over St. Lawrence Central.


Lisbon 3 — E-K 0: The host Cougars allowed the high-scoring Knights just one goal in the first half but were held in check by the defense of Lisbon which is ranked sixth in the latest New York State Sportswriters Association poll.

Cooper Rutherford scored the only goal of the first half off an assist from Noah Gendebien and in the second half Truman Gendebien netted an unassisted goal and Ty Jacobs converted from CJ Jacobs.

Tanner Fonda stopped 3 shots topost the shutout and Dawson Matthews fielded 12 chances in the E-K goal.

Heuvelton 3 — H-D 1: The Bulldogs won their third straight game to finish league play at 5-4-1 and to go 7-5-2 overall on a day when Coach Bruce Durant honored nine seniors before their final home regular season.

Honored were Drew Blevins, Tristen Biller, Tony Tacchino, Justin Ashlaw, Dylan Demers, Rhys Brossoit, Israel Paradis, Reid Doyle and Cam Johnson.

“We played our seniors most of the game and they all did a good job. We had some seniors who only played one or two years but it was great that they came out. Showing good sportsmanship and learning lifetime lessons on a team is what high school sports is all about,” said Coach Durant after the Bulldogs finished with a 25-10 advantage in shots on goal.

“We won our last three games and 7-5-1 overall which is a great season. Now we go on to the playoffs.”

Reid Doyle assisted on goals by Cam Johnson and Landyn Ashlaw and Tristen Biller set up a tally for his brother Levi Biller. Brody Kelly stopped nine shots for HCS and Hunter Bouchey handled 22 saves for the Green Demons.

C-P 6 — M-W 1: M-W couldn’t have enjoyed a better start as Jakob Mayette scored unassisted 54 seconds into the game. But the Colts answered with goals by Todd LaBrake and Elijah Johnson in the next nine minutes and tahen pulled away with two goals by Tanner Planty, one from David Seymour and the second goal of the game by LaBrake.

Grant Hayes made 13 saves in goal for M-W.


Hammond 3 — Harrisville 1: The Red Devils closed out divisional play with one of their better defensive efforts of the season backstopped by an 11-save effort by Kayla Vaugh and diligent pressure on the ball in the attacking zone produced 11 corner kicks.

Issy Woodcock scored the first goal of the game from Landree Kenyon and Kenyon scored unassisted for a 2-0 halftime lead.

Kenyon netted a goal in the second half from Addy Graveline after Harrisville’s Ava Bearor cut the difference to 2-1 off an assist from Mary Dean.

Lisa Stephenson stopped four shots in the Harrisville goal.

Chateaugay 1 — SLC 0: Ali Johnson scored off a pass from Avery McDonald with 3:40 left in the second overtime. Kaitlyn Morgan stopped 14 shots in goal for Chateaugay and the SLC goalie made five saves.

“Today was a great battle in Brasher. Both teams left everything out on that field today. I couldn’t be more proud of these girls today. They really dig in and battled and won a must win game. Our defense was solid and our midfield really gave all they had. Avery hit Ali with a great pass and Ail had a great finish,” said Chateaugay Coach Jason LaPlante of his state-ranked Bulldogs (no. 12 Class D).


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