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Lisbon keeps NAC West Title hopes alive; Heuvelton cliniches share of title


LISBON - The Lisbon Girls Soccer team kept its mathematical hopes alive for a share of the NAC West Division on Thursday with a 3-0 decision at Bruce Richardson field against Edwards-Knox.

The Lady Knights improved to 9-2-1 (19 points, 10-2-2 overall) in the division and will finish their season with an away contest at Hammond on Monday and a home contest with Harrisville on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Heuvelton cliniched at least a share for a repeat division title at 11-0-1 (23 points) and 12-0-2 overall with a 3-0 shutout against visiting Hammond.

The Bulldogs wrap up their season at Harrisville on Monday and home against Hermon-DeKalb on Thursday.

Hermon-DeKalb downed Harrisville 2-1 in the other matchup of the day.

Lisbon 3, E-K 0: The Golden Knights (10-2-2, 9-2-1) maintained pressure throughout the game and two goals three minutes apart in the first half set the tone against the visiting Cougars (4-8).

Alex Amo finished off a pass from deep in the corner by Madeline Caufield in the 13th minute and Maddie Vine worked her way from the corner into the center of the field where she buried a shot into the top right corner in the 16th minute.

Vine finished with two goals as she scored in the 55th minute from Caufield who played solid along with Hannah Richardson (who assisted on Vine’s first goal) and Beth Crowley according to Coach Scott Richardson. Jackie Sovie stopped three shots for the shutout and Kelsey White handled eight shots for Edwards-Knox.

Heuvelton 3, Hammond 0: Two quick goals ignited Bulldogs past the Red Devils (10-3, 9-3 NAC West) who improved on their 5-0 setback on Monday to host Heuvelton according to Coach Shawn Dack.

“I thought in some aspects of the game we grew up a lot,” said Dack. “But we still have some catchup to do in order to gain some ground. We aren’t going to go away.”

Hannah Thornhill connected for the first goal of the game on a pass from defensive Maddie St. Pierre. Maddie St. Pierre worked her way to the second goal of the game five minutes later from Alexis Weidner.

Hannah Thornhill closed out the scoring from Weidner in the 26th.

Paige McCormick handled three shots for the shutout and Cassie Whalen made eight saves for Hammond.

H-D 3, Harrisville 1: The Demons scored three second half goals improving to 8-4-1, 8-4 NAC West. Kasey O’Donnell and Bridget Rust each scored a goal and drew an assist for H-D while Brooke Woodrow connected unassisted. Jorgi Baker scored for Harrisville. Chelsey MacKay handled six shots for H-D and Abby LaFaver made 15 saves for Harrisville (3-9-2,3-7-2 NAC West).


Harrisville 2, H-D 1: Jared Dreythaler scored from Nathan Weaver and Bailey Clark connected from Dreythaler in the 18th and 23rd minutes for NAC West leading Harrisville (11-0-1, 12-1-1) which received three saves from Zane Mono in net.

Cameron Hance scored from Ryan Brown in the 53rd minute for H-D (2-10-1, 2-8-1). Zach Robinson and Riley O’Donnell shared the crease with 20 saves in the Demons’ upset bid.

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