SARANAC LAKE - The Plattsburgh girls soccer team scored all its goals in the second half Tuesday on the way to a 3-1 victory over Saranac Lake at Schroeter's Field.
After the teams battled in a scoreless first half, the Hornets finally broke through in the 75th minute when Madison Trombley headed in a pass from Marle Curle.
Plattsburgh kept the momentum going with two more quick goals for a three-goal advantage. Molly LeClair scored the Hornets' second goal on a feed from Brooke Knight and Adrienne Nye upped the lead to 3-0.
The Red Storm scored their lone goal with six minutes remaining when Jenny Ward took a pass from Katey Snyder to set the score at 3-1.
Katie Buckley stopped 12 shots in goal for Saranac Lake as Plattsburgh held a 19-9 shots advantage. Karlie Neale made five saves for the Hornets.
"I was proud of the resilience our girls showed; they never gave up," said Saranac Lake coach Amanda Zullo. "Plattsburgh is a solid team who had well-executed passing and were aggresive to the ball. I was most impressed with the tenacity showed in the last 10 minutes (by our team)."
Zullo said Buckley played well in goal for Saranac Lake, while Annie Frenette, Marisa McDonough, Erin Ryan and Megan Moody stood out in the midfield.
Lake Placid 4, Seton Catholic 2
PLATTSBURGH - Payton Barney scored two goals to lead the Lake Placid girls soccer team to a 4-2 victory over Seton Catholic on Tuesday.
Barney opened the scoring in the eighth minute on a pass from Brooke Reid. Kendra Manning put the Blue Bombers ahead 2-0 with an unassisted goal three minutes later.
Barney's second goal came seven minutes into the second half after she received a pass from Sam Barney.
Seton Catholic cut its deficit to 3-1 with a goal 28 minutes into the second half, but the Bombers put the game out of reach when goalie Liz Leff connected on a penalty kick two minutes later.
Lake Placid outshot Seton Catholic 18-10, with Leff stopping six shots. Kelli Ryan made 11 saves in goal for the Knights.
Potsdam 3, Tupper Lake 2
TUPPER LAKE - The Tupper Lake volleyball team won games two and four, but were unable pull out the decisive fifth game Tuesday in a 25-10, 22-25, 25-19, 24-26, 25-14 loss to Potsdam.
Sarah Amell racked up 17 assists for the Lumberjacks, to go along with six serving points and one ace. Teammate Nicki Jessie had 13 kills, five points and one ace and Jessie Weigand added 19 digs to chip in for Tupper Lake.
Beekmantown 17, Lake Placid 42
Peru 23, Lake Placid 34
Beekmantown 21, Peru 36
Peru 15, Lake Placid 50
Beekmantown 15, Lake Placid 50
Peru 15, Beekmantown 50
POINT AU ROCHE - Nina Armstrong finished fifth in the girls race and Karl Schultz was fifth in the boys race to lead the Lake Placid cross country teams Tuesday against Beekmantown and Peru.
Armstrong clocked a time of 20:00, trailing Peru runners Ashley Leta (18:46), Meghan Mazzella (19:40), Cheyanne Dobozy (19:54) and Liz Uliva (19:55).
Schultz finished in 17:45, while Colin Quackenbush of Beekmantown won the boys race in 17:03.