ELLENBURG - The Lake Placid girls soccer team got back to its winning ways Wednesday with a 2-0 victory over Northern Adirondack.
Payton Barney and Laura Stanton each scored a goal in the first half for the Blue Bombers. Liz Leff had another strong game in goal with four saves to ensure the victory.
Barney scored the game's first goal in the ninth minute on a breakaway after receiving a pass from Brooke Reid. Stanton's goal came 10 minutes later on a pass from Sam Barney.
Lake Placid junior Tricia Auer moves the ball upfield against a Northern Adirondack player during Wednesday’s game in Ellenburg.
(Photo — Alicia Brandes)
Northern Adirondack goalkeeper Stephanie Snide stopped five shots.
Lake Placid improved to 10-2 with the victory.
Northern Adirondack 3, Lake Placid 0
ELLENBURG - Lake Placid's Serina Hayes had nine kills Wednesday, but it wasn't enough as the Blue Bombers fell to Northern Adirondack 25-11, 26-24, 25-14.
Carleigh Garrett chipped in five points and six assists and Taylor Maiorca had five digs to contribute for the Blue Bombers.
Hannah Charland racked up seven kills, 10 digs and 14 points from the serving line to lead the way for Northern Adirondack.
AuSable Valley 20, Northeastern Clinton 35
AuSable Valley 28, Saranac Lake 29
Saranac Lake 23, Northeastern Clinton 38
Saranac Lake 21, Northeastern Clinton 40
Northeastern Clinton 15, AuSable Valley 50
Saranac Lake 15, AuSable Valley 50
CLINTONVILLE - The Saranac Lake girls cross country team occupied four of the top five spots Tuesday in a three-way meet against Northeastern Clinton and AuSable Valley.
Elena Beideck finished second in 22:58, Jacinda Riggs was third in 25:04, Grace Sullivan was fourth in 26:08 and Jackie Garso was fifth in 26:27 as the Red Storm recorded two victories. Samantha Smith of Northeastern Clinton won the race in 21:40.
"Our girls put themselves in great position today," said Saranac Lake coach Joe Merrihew. "The girls are really pushing to the limit and the results are showing as evidence."
The Saranac Lake boys team split their dual meet team scoring. Max Paul was the top runner for the Red Storm, crossing the line third overall with a time of 20:45. Chris Schneider was seventh in 22:45, Chris Willette was eighth in 23:24, Nate Miller was ninth in 23:36 and Nick Mann was 10th in 23:44.
Brandonw Ruocco of AuSable Valley was the top boys finisher in 19:52, followed by teammate Paul Ford in 20:00.
"(The boys) fought hard," Merrihew said. "Runners moved up in position throughout the race. They are learning how to stay strong in the middle of the race."