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Section VII Class D Girl's Soccer Championship Moriah Vikings @ Chazy Eagles November 14th 2020

for position
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Kyle Coryea

Chazy's Catherine Langlois (8) and Moriah's (12) battle for position in the midfield. It would second game of a championship doubleheader in Chazy this time it would be girls soccer as the host Chazy Eagles would look to defend their Section VII Class D Championship against the Moriah Vikings. The Eagles would get the opening goal of the game in the 14th minute from Celine Junneau to take the 1-0 lead. The game would remain there for the rest of the first half but just two minutes into the second half the Eagles would extend there lead to 2-0 on the Ava McAuliffe goal. Then in the 51st minute, the Eagles would take command of the game at 3-0 on Celine Juneau second goal of the afternoon. Then in the 59th minute, the Eagles would put the icing on the cake with the Olivia McLennan goal at 4-0. In the 73rd minute through the Vikings would get on the board with the Mikenna Valentine goal for a 4-1 game. In the winning effort, the Chazy Eagles would defend their Section VII Class D Championship. Gallery

on the break
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Kyle Coryea

Chazy's Olivia McLennan (5) rushes down the field on the break for the shot as the Viking comes in tow. Gallery

Moriah Vikings @ Chazy Eagles November 14th 2020

Section VII Class D Girl's Soccer Championship
open net goal
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Josh Painter

Chazy's Celine Juneau (3) with the open net goal as the goalie was out of position. It would second game of a championship doubleheader in Chazy this time it would be girls soccer as the host Chazy Eagles would look to defend their Section VII Class D Championship against the Moriah Vikings. The Eagles would get the opening goal of the game in the 14th minute from Celine Junneau to take the 1-0 lead. The game would remain there for the rest of the first half but just two minutes into the second half the Eagles would extend there lead to 2-0 on the Ava McAuliffe goal. Then in the 51st minute, the Eagles would take command of the game at 3-0 on Celine Juneau second goal of the afternoon. Then in the 59th minute, the Eagles would put the icing on the cake with the Olivia McLennan goal at 4-0. In the 73rd minute through the Vikings would get on the board with the Mikenna Valentine goal for a 4-1 game. In the winning effort, the Chazy Eagles would defend their Section VII Class D Championship. Gallery

Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer Seton Knights @ Chazy Eagles October 21st 2020

Chazy's Ava McAuliffe looks to dribble the ball past Seton defender Elizabeth Manion
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Nathanael LePage

Chazy's Ava McAuliffe looks to dribble the ball past Seton defender Elizabeth Manion

The Chazy girls' soccer team earned a solid win over Seton to celebrate senior night, as the Eagles coasted to a 6-1 victory over the visiting Knights at George Brendler Field. It was a slow-developing game, with the first threatening moment for either team coming in the 18th minute, when Chazy senior Celine Juneau rang a shot off the crossbar. The deadlock was broken in the 15th minute, though, when Chazy's Olivia McLennan scored from the penalty spot. The Eagles were quick to capitalize on the momentum, with Juneau finding freshman Ava McAuliffe at the top of the box for a long-range shot to the back of the net just three minutes later. Rounding out a first half in which Chazy led shots 14-1, senior Catherine Langlois drove to the left corner flag and sent in a cross to freshman Samantha Gonyo for the 3-0 lead. In the 51st minute, Langlois crossed the ball in from the right wing. A Seton defenseman cut off the cross, but the ball fell to the feet of Juneau, who tapped it in for the fourth goal of the game. The same two players connected for the fifth goal just four minutes later, as Langlois whipped in a hard shot to force Seton goalkeeper Kennedy Spriggs into a diving save. Juneau picked up the rbound and put it under the crossbar for the tally. Spriggs was injured on the play, and Seton's Allisyn Johnston was tasked with putting on the gloves for the remaninder of the contest. Johnston allowed only one more goal in relief, a reversal of the previous two as Langlois scored on an assist from Juneau. The Knights managed some offensive pressure late in the game, and broke the shutout in the 68th minute as Madyson Whalen found Lily Von Bargen in the box. Von Bargen's shot deflected off the leg of a Chazy defenseman and spun toward the far post, out of the reach of Chazy goalkeeper Annika Lizardi. Chazy led the final shot count 29-6. Gallery

Chazy's Celine Juneau wins the race to the ball ahead of Seton's Abby Pearl.
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Nathanael LePage

Chazy's Celine Juneau wins the race to the ball ahead of Seton's Abby Pearl. Gallery

Seton Knights @ Chazy Eagles October 21st 2020

Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer
Chazy's Ava McAuliffe looks to dribble the ball past Seton defender Elizabeth Manion
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Nathanael LePage

Chazy's Ava McAuliffe looks to dribble the ball past Seton defender Elizabeth Manion

The Chazy girls' soccer team earned a solid win over Seton to celebrate senior night, as the Eagles coasted to a 6-1 victory over the visiting Knights at George Brendler Field. It was a slow-developing game, with the first threatening moment for either team coming in the 18th minute, when Chazy senior Celine Juneau rang a shot off the crossbar. The deadlock was broken in the 15th minute, though, when Chazy's Olivia McLennan scored from the penalty spot. The Eagles were quick to capitalize on the momentum, with Juneau finding freshman Ava McAuliffe at the top of the box for a long-range shot to the back of the net just three minutes later. Rounding out a first half in which Chazy led shots 14-1, senior Catherine Langlois drove to the left corner flag and sent in a cross to freshman Samantha Gonyo for the 3-0 lead. In the 51st minute, Langlois crossed the ball in from the right wing. A Seton defenseman cut off the cross, but the ball fell to the feet of Juneau, who tapped it in for the fourth goal of the game. The same two players connected for the fifth goal just four minutes later, as Langlois whipped in a hard shot to force Seton goalkeeper Kennedy Spriggs into a diving save. Juneau picked up the rbound and put it under the crossbar for the tally. Spriggs was injured on the play, and Seton's Allisyn Johnston was tasked with putting on the gloves for the remaninder of the contest. Johnston allowed only one more goal in relief, a reversal of the previous two as Langlois scored on an assist from Juneau. The Knights managed some offensive pressure late in the game, and broke the shutout in the 68th minute as Madyson Whalen found Lily Von Bargen in the box. Von Bargen's shot deflected off the leg of a Chazy defenseman and spun toward the far post, out of the reach of Chazy goalkeeper Annika Lizardi. Chazy led the final shot count 29-6. Gallery

Willsboro Warriors @ Chazy Eagles October 6th 2020

Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer
splits defender
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Nathanel Lepage

Chazy midfielder Celine Juneau dribbles between Willsboro’s [] at mid-field. Juneau notched the opening goal and an assist in the Eagles’ 4-0 win Saturday at George Brendler Field. The Chazy girls’ soccer team earned a dominant 4-0 victory Saturday at George Brendler Field against the visiting Warriors of Willsboro Central School. Coming off a shutout loss at Saranac, the Eagles wasted no time in ensuring they would not suffer the same fate, as senior Celine Juneau scored unassisted in only the second minute of the game. Freshman Ava McAuliffe nearly doubled the tally two minutes later as her shot rang off the far post. McAuliffe earned her way onto the scoreboard in the 20th minute, though. Juneau raced up the right-wing with the ball and got behind the Willsboro defense for a simple pass to McAuliffe, who was all alone near the penalty spot for the goal. Eight minutes later, Willsboro goalkeeper Abby Bruno made a save on Juneau’s elevated shot from inside the box to keep the deficit at 2. There was little Willsboro could do in the 34th minute when Catherine Langlois slotted home the rebound after Bruno’s diving save on a hard shot from the top of the box by Willow Herz, and the teams entered halftime with a 3-0 score. Chazy’s dominance in the first half was exemplified by their 15-0 advantage in shots on net. Only 43 seconds into the second half, McAuliffe added her second goal off an assist from Olivia McLennan, scoring what proved to be the final goal of the game. Willsboro looked to push up the field quickly every time they gained possession in the second half but rarely found their way into the attacking third. Their most dangerous scoring opportunity of the game came in the final minute, as they chipped the ball into the Chazy box, only for goalkeeper Annika Lizardi to boot the ball away in the dying seconds. Lizardi recorded only two saves in the clean-sheet victory, while Bruno saved 17 in the Warriors’ loss. Gallery

Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer Willsboro Warriors @ Chazy Eagles October 6th 2020

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Nathanel Lepage

Chazy freshman Ava McAuliffe races past the Willsboro defense early in the first half Saturday at George Brendler Field. McAuliffe scored twice as the Eagles won 4-0. The Chazy girls’ soccer team earned a dominant 4-0 victory Saturday at George Brendler Field against the visiting Warriors of Willsboro Central School. Coming off a shutout loss at Saranac, the Eagles wasted no time in ensuring they would not suffer the same fate, as senior Celine Juneau scored unassisted in only the second minute of the game. Freshman Ava McAuliffe nearly doubled the tally two minutes later as her shot rang off the far post. McAuliffe earned her way onto the scoreboard in the 20th minute, though. Juneau raced up the right-wing with the ball and got behind the Willsboro defense for a simple pass to McAuliffe, who was all alone near the penalty spot for the goal. Eight minutes later, Willsboro goalkeeper Abby Bruno made a save on Juneau’s elevated shot from inside the box to keep the deficit at 2. There was little Willsboro could do in the 34th minute when Catherine Langlois slotted home the rebound after Bruno’s diving save on a hard shot from the top of the box by Willow Herz, and the teams entered halftime with a 3-0 score. Chazy’s dominance in the first half was exemplified by their 15-0 advantage in shots on net. Only 43 seconds into the second half, McAuliffe added her second goal off an assist from Olivia McLennan, scoring what proved to be the final goal of the game. Willsboro looked to push up the field quickly every time they gained possession in the second half but rarely found their way into the attacking third. Their most dangerous scoring opportunity of the game came in the final minute, as they chipped the ball into the Chazy box, only for goalkeeper Annika Lizardi to boot the ball away in the dying seconds. Lizardi recorded only two saves in the clean-sheet victory, while Bruno saved 17 in the Warriors’ loss. Gallery

ball battle
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Nathanel Lepage

Willsboro’s Tekla Fine-Lease and Chazy’s Emma Smith battle for the ball in the first half of Chazy’s 4-0 home victory Saturday. Gallery