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Peru @ Plattsburgh Hornets November 5th 2020

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer
save
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Nathanel Lepage

Peru's Briana Brousseau comes charging up for the save to cut down the Plattsburgh breakaway. It would be a rematch in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer action as the Plattsburgh Hornets host Peru in a rematch of a game that saw these two teams head to overtime last time around. This game would start off with the same kind of feel as the teams would play the first half to a zero-zero draw in a very hotly contested game. When the game would come back from the intermission it would stay that way as the teams remained tie through the first half of the second half. Finally, Peru would break the ice in the 68th minute with a goal Abigail Bruce for the 1-0 lead. Although the lead would be short-lived as Plattsburgh's Maddy Woodward would get the equalizer in the 70th minute. But that would not be enough as Peru would answer twice in the final ten minutes of the game with goals from Aofie Lawliss and McKenzie Brown to secure the 3-1 victory for Peru. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer Peru @ Plattsburgh Hornets November 5th 2020

diving save
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's Emma Whalen (GK) with the diving stop on Peru's McKenzie Brown (10) open shot to keep her team in the game. It would be a rematch in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer action as the Plattsburgh Hornets host Peru in a rematch of a game that saw these two teams head to overtime last time around. This game would start off with the same kind of feel as the teams would play the first half to a zero-zero draw in a very hotly contested game. When the game would come back from the intermission it would stay that way as the teams remained tie through the first half of the second half. Finally, Peru would break the ice in the 68th minute with a goal by Abigail Bruce for the 1-0 lead. Although the lead would be short-lived as Plattsburgh's Maddy Woodward would get the equalizer in the 70th minute. But that would not be enough as Peru would answer twice in the final ten minutes of the game with goals from Aofie Lawliss and McKenzie Brown to secure the 3-1 victory for Peru. Gallery

swipe
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Kyle Coryea

Peru's Abigail Bruce (1) with the swipe of the ball from Plattsburgh's Madeleine Woodward (9) and charges back on net for the shot. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Soccer Plattsburgh Hornets @ Beekmantown Eagles October 31st 2020

Plattsburgh's Simon Meyer and Beekmantown's Dalton Kane fight for the ball
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Nathanael LePage

Plattsburgh's Simon Meyer (7) and Beekmantown's Dalton Kane (28) engage in a physical battle for the ball near midfield.

A full regulation game and two overtimes were insufficient to separate the Plattsburgh Hornets and Beekmantown Eagles in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys soccer on Halloween. A game that saw both teams generate many scoring opportunities ended in a 1-1 draw in Beekmantown. The action began quickly, as Beekmantown's Zachary Dubrey scored just 20 seconds after kickoff off an assist from Dalton Kane. The Hornets responded quickly, tying the score just 4 minutes later with a free kick by senior Ryan Kavanaugh. PHS nearly took the lead a minute later, as junior Jack Ferris saw his close-range shot stopped by the Eagles' starting goalkeeper, Rocco Golden. The Hornets enjoyed most of the possession in the first half, helped in part by the fact that they were attacking with the wind at their backs, but the Eagles had their fair share of opportunities on the counterattack. In the 29th minute, a PHS corner was cleared by the Beekmantown defense and the ball fell to Dubrey near midfield. Dubrey beat two defenders en route to the goal, forcing a diving save out of goalkeeper Jackson Ryan. Just two minutes later, a long ball up the field by the Eagles turned into another chance, as Dubrey used his speed to win the race to the ball and get a shot off. In the second half, the Eagles switched to Victor Mason in net, who was up to the challenge. The remainder of the game saw both team exchange goal scoring chances several times, but neither team could find the back of the net. In the end, the teams settled for a tie in a tense, physical affair. Gallery

Plattsburgh's Jack Ferris (2) and Beekmantown's Collin Hemingway (10) get to the ball simultaneously
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Nathanael LePage

Plattsburgh's Jack Ferris (2) and Beekmantown's Collin Hemingway (10) get to the ball simultaneously near the sideline. Gallery

Plattsburgh Hornets @ Beekmantown Eagles October 31st 2020

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Soccer
Plattsburgh's Simon Meyer and Beekmantown's Dalton Kane engage in a physical battle for the ball
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Nathanael LePage

Plattsburgh's Simon Meyer (7) and Beekmantown's Dalton Kane (28) engage in a physical battle for the ball near midfield.

A full regulation game and two overtimes were insufficient to separate the Plattsburgh Hornets and Beekmantown Eagles in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys soccer on Halloween. A game that saw both teams generate many scoring opportunities ended in a 1-1 draw in Beekmantown. The action began quickly, as Beekmantown's Zachary Dubrey scored just 20 seconds after kickoff off an assist from Dalton Kane. The Hornets responded quickly, tying the score just 4 minutes later with a free kick by senior Ryan Kavanaugh. PHS nearly took the lead a minute later, as junior Jack Ferris saw his close-range shot stopped by the Eagles' starting goalkeeper, Rocco Golden. The Hornets enjoyed most of the possession in the first half, helped in part by the fact that they were attacking with the wind at their backs, but the Eagles had their fair share of opportunities on the counterattack. In the 29th minute, a PHS corner was cleared by the Beekmantown defense and the ball fell to Dubrey near midfield. Dubrey beat two defenders en route to the goal, forcing a diving save out of goalkeeper Jackson Ryan. Just two minutes later, a long ball up the field by the Eagles turned into another chance, as Dubrey used his speed to win the race to the ball and get a shot off. In the second half, the Eagles switched to Victor Mason in net, who was up to the challenge. The remainder of the game saw both team exchange goal scoring chances several times, but neither team could find the back of the net. In the end, the teams settled for a tie in a tense, physical affair. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer Chazy Eagles @ Plattsburgh Hornets October 24th 2020

battle for ball
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Kyle Coryea

Chazy's Callie Harvey (11) and Plattsburgh's (17) battle for the loose ball around the sideline in the even-steven game. It would be a matchup of a couple of the top teams in Girls Soccer inside the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference at Plattsburgh as the Plattsburgh Hornets would host the Chazy Eagles in section vii action. The game would go back and forth throughout the first half and the teams would stay even as there was no scoring in the half. When the teams came back for the second half the game would still stay as tight as ever. The Hornets would finally get the opening goal of the game about halfway through the second half from Tesea as the Hornets take a 1-0 lead. It would take the Eagles a while but they would eventually get the equalizer with like ten minutes left in the game from Olivia Mclennan to tie the game at 1. The game would stay that way through the rest of regulation and head to the overtime. In the overtime period, the Hornets would get the game-winner from number 2 to secure the Hornets victory over the Eagles. Gallery

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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh's (9) with the cross over on Chazy's Mackenzie Chapman (1) on the dribble and heads towards the net. Gallery

Chazy Eagles @ Plattsburgh Hornets October 24th 2020

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer
celeberation
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Kyle Coryea

The Plattsburgh Hornets celebrate as they get the game-winning goal in overtime. It would be a matchup of a couple of the top teams in Girls Sfoccer inside the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference at Plattsburgh as the Plattsburgh Hornets would host the Chazy Eagles in section vii action. The game wiould go back and forth throughout the first haslf and the teams would stay even as there was no scoring in the half. When the teams came back for the second half the game would still stay as tight as ever. The Hornets would finally get the opening goal of the game about halfway through the second half from Tesea as the Hornets take a 1-0 lead. It would take the Eagles a while but they would eventually get the equalizer with like ten minutes left in the game from Olivia Mclennan to the tie the game at 1. The game would stay that way through the rest of regulation and head to the overtime. In the overtime period the Hornets would get the game winner from number 2 to secure the Hornets victory over the Eagles. Gallery

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Soccer Ausable Valley Patriots @ Plattsburgh Hornets October 23rd 2020

turn and burn
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Eleni Tyrell

Plattsburgh's (2) with the turn and burn on the Ausable Valley defender as he attacks the net. The Plattsburgh Hornets would be hosting the Ausable Valley Patriots in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference action at their temporary home the Stafford Middle School as their normal place is under a remodel. The Hornets would get the opening goal of the game in the 26th minute on the goal from Gul to make it 1-0 Hornets. The game would remain there for the next few minutes until the Hornets would strike again in the 33rd minute on the Kavanaugh goal to make it 2-0 as they head into the half. When the teams came back for the second half the Hornets would stepdown on the gas they would strike for four goals from Kavanaugh (twice) to finish off the hat trick, Ferris, and Trombley as the Hornets secure a 6-0 victory. In the winning effort for the Hornets Taylor would make three saves for the shutout victory.Gallery

steal
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Eleni Tyrell

Ausable Valley (15) with the steal from Plattsburgh's (8) and takes it back to midfield as he looks to start the attack. Gallery

Ausable Valley Patriots @ Plattsburgh Hornets October 23rd 2020

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Boy's Soccer
charging in
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Eleni Tyrell

Plattsburgh's (22) breaks in goal past the Ausable Valley defender as crashes down on the net. The Plattsburgh Hornets would be hosting the Ausable Valley Patriots in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference action at there temporary home the Stafford Middle School as there normal place is under a remodel.The Hornets would get the opening goal of the game in the 26th minute on the goal from Gul to make it 1-0 Hornets. The game would remain there for the next few minutes until the Hornets would strike again the 33rd minute on the Kavanuagh goal to make it 2-0 as they head into the half. When the teams cameback for the second half the Hornets would stepdown on the gas they would strike for four goals from Kavanuagh (twice) to finish of the hat trick, Ferris and Teombley as the Hornets secure 6-0 victory. In the winning effort for the Hornets Taylor would make three saves for the shutout victory. Gallery.

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer Plattsburgh Hornets @ Peru October 10th 2020

save
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh goalkeeper MacKenzie Lawfer dives to deny a close-range shot from Peru’s McKenzie Brown. In a tense girls’ soccer contest between Plattsburgh High School and Peru at the Apple Bowl, it all came down to one kick. Peru walked away with a 3-2 home victory, courtesy of McKenzie Brown’s successful penalty kick in the final minute of the game. A back-and-forth first half, which saw the team exchange lengthy periods of offensive pressure, ended with only one goal scored. Late in the half, Peru was awarded a free kick about 45 yards from goal. As the Hornets positioned their defense, Peru’s Isabella Sypek was quick to set the ball and launch a shot on net. Plattsburgh goalkeeper MacKenzie Lawfer tried to make the leaping save, but was unable to reach the ball. The tables turned early in the second half, though, as the Hornets scored two goals in quick succession to gain the lead. Defenseman Lexie Neale sent a long lob into the middle of the box from near midfield, and senior forward Madeleine Woodward met the ball at full speed before splitting the defenders. Woodward directed the ball into the bottom corner at the far post as she tumbled to the ground. About five minutes later, Woodward got the assist on the go-ahead goal, as her corner kick set up junior Ellie O’Neil for the tally. The home team knotted the score again less than 10 minutes later, though. As a free-kick came in from near the sideline, Peru’s Abigail Bruce flicked the ball up into the air to deny Lawfer, who had come off her goal line to gather it. Kayleigh Jackson directed the ball goalwards when it came back down, and none of the Plattsburgh defense could recover in time to stop it. With the game tied at 2 goals in the final minutes of regulation, it seemed overtime was in the cards, but that was not to be. A late attacking push by Peru saw Jackson dribbling into the box from the right-wing, where she was brought down by O’Neil for the penalty kick. Brown stepped up to the spot and showed no hesitation on the kick to beat Lawfer with just 50 seconds left in the game. Lawfer finished with 11 saves in the loss, while Peru’s Bri Brousseau stopped 6 in the winning effort. Gallery

the leap
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Kyle Coryea

Peru’s Abigail Bruce leaps to avoid going down after being beaten for possession by Plattsburgh defender Alyssa Hemingway near midfield. Gallery

Plattsburgh Hornets @ Peru October 10th 2020

Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Girl's Soccer
celeberation
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Nathanel Lepage

Peru’s Isabella Sypek (#2) and Erin Darst (#7) celebrate the opening goal of the game after Sypek scored on a direct free-kick 45 yards from goal. In a tense girls’ soccer contest between Plattsburgh High School and Peru at the Apple Bowl, it all came down to one kick. Peru walked away with a 3-2 home victory, courtesy of McKenzie Brown’s successful penalty kick in the final minute of the game. A back-and-forth first half, which saw the team exchange lengthy periods of offensive pressure, ended with only one goal scored. Late in the half, Peru was awarded a free kick about 45 yards from goal. As the Hornets positioned their defense, Peru’s Isabella Sypek was quick to set the ball and launch a shot on net. Plattsburgh goalkeeper MacKenzie Lawfer tried to make the leaping save, but was unable to reach the ball. The tables turned early in the second half, though, as the Hornets scored two goals in quick succession to gain the lead. Defenseman Lexie Neale sent a long lob into the middle of the box from near midfield, and senior forward Madeleine Woodward met the ball at full speed before splitting the defenders. Woodward directed the ball into the bottom corner at the far post as she tumbled to the ground. About five minutes later, Woodward got the assist on the go-ahead goal, as her corner kick set up junior Ellie O’Neil for the tally. The home team knotted the score again less than 10 minutes later, though. As a free-kick came in from near the sideline, Peru’s Abigail Bruce flicked the ball up into the air to deny Lawfer, who had come off her goal line to gather it. Kayleigh Jackson directed the ball goalwards when it came back down, and none of the Plattsburgh defense could recover in time to stop it. With the game tied at 2 goals in the final minutes of regulation, it seemed overtime was in the cards, but that was not to be. A late attacking push by Peru saw Jackson dribbling into the box from the right-wing, where she was brought down by O’Neil for the penalty kick. Brown stepped up to the spot and showed no hesitation on the kick to beat Lawfer with just 50 seconds left in the game. Lawfer finished with 11 saves in the loss, while Peru’s Bri Brousseau stopped 6 in the winning effort. Gallery

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