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Sun., Oct. 4
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C-P boys edge Chateaugay; M-W, B-M post North wins


CHATEAUGAY - The Colton-Pierrepont varsity boys soccer team outlasted Chateaugay 2-1 in an NAC East Division game played on Friday.

The visiting Colts recorded the lone goal of the first half as Alex Harcourt put home an unassisted marker just under the midway point.

The Bulldogs’ Tyler Martin received a pass from Seth Young to tie the game at 1-all four minutes into the second stanza. It was the first goal of the season for the CCS boys. C-P’s Andrew Holden put home the game winner with just over two minutes remaining to give the Colts the victory. Scott Boyce assisted on the goal.

Chateaugay outshot C-P 10-4.

In other East Division encounters on Friday, Madrid-Waddington blanked Norwood-Norfolk 2-0 while Brushton-Moira turned back St. Lawrence Central 3-2.

M-W 2, N-N 0: Two first half goals keyed the Jackets victory as Kyle Pickering finished off a Austin Scott pass in the 16th minute and James Hunt capitalized on a Jacob Barney pass in the 29th.

TJ Gagnon made nine saves in the shutout benefiting from excellent midfield play by Hunt and Barney.

Garrett Waite made 17 saves for the Flyers.

B-M 3, SLC 2: The Panthers spotted the visiting Larries an early goal then roared back with a pair of first-half goals to hold a 2-1 lead at the half.

Adam Martin’s unassisted goal in the 60th minute turned out to be the game winner for the Panthers (2-0 league and overall).

Loren Traynor scored both goals in the first half for BMC. Traynor tied the game in the 17th minute and put the Panthers in front for good with his second tally in the 35th minute. Traynor’s second goal was assisted by Bobby Hooker.

St. Lawrence Central capitalized on a scramble in the final minute of the game to cap the scoring. Ian Lynch scored the game’s first goal to put SLC up 1-0 with Lucas Arquiett getting the game’s final goal.

Taylor Tallman made six saves to pick up the win in goal for Brushton-Moira as Tyler Savage had seven saves in the SLC effort.

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