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Red Storm rally past Peru

High School Roundup

September 13, 2012
By staff (sports@adirondackdailyenterprise.com) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

PERU - The Saranac Lake volleyball team dropped the first game, then rallied to sweep the next three on the way to a 3-1 Champlain Valley Athletic Conference victory over Peru on Wednesday.

The Indians opened the match with a 25-13 victory in game one. Saranac Lake responded with a 25-23 win in game two, then won by the same score in games three and four.

Red Storm junior Sam Martin had a strong night from the serving line, accounting for 14 points and three aces. Teammate Kylie Sapone chipped in eight points and Nicole Viscardo had seven.

Brittany Kelso had 12 aces to lead the way for Peru, while Brooke Wyand contributed nine aces and Linzee Wright had six kills.

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Northern Adirondack 3, Lake Placid 1

LAKE PLACID - The Lake Placid volleyball team kept it close in each game, but had to settle for a 25-20, 25-14, 23-25, 25-22 loss to Northern Adirondack on Wednesday.

Serina Hayes led the Blue Bombers with 18 service points, eight aces, seven kills and nine assists.

MacKenzie Fountain paced the Bobcats with 17 points and 10 assists.

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BOYS SOCCER

Northeastern Clinton 6, Saranac Lake 0

CHAMPLAIN - The Northeastern Clinton boys soccer team built a four goal lead in the first half and never looked back on the way to a 6-0 victory over Saranac Lake on Wednesday.

Kyle McCarthy scored four goals - three in the first half - and McKenna Hunter and Colby Provost each had one to lead the Cougars.

"NCCS did not give us many scoring opportunities, as they controlled the majority of the game," said Saranac Lake coach Bill Wilson. "We showed strong surges in the last 20 minutes when we fought to the ball and got better looks on net."

Northeastern Clinton outshot the Red Storm 13-6. Oliver Holmes held his own in goal for Saranac Lake, turning away 14 shots.

Wilson said sweeper Alex Beaudoin played well from his sweeper position.

 
 

 

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