SARANAC - Amy LoTemplio scored on a pass from Kristen Napper midway through the second overtime Monday to give the Saranac girls soccer team a 4-3 Northern Soccer League Division I victory over Saranac Lake on Monday.
Saranac Lake sophomore Sheila Decker tied the game with 15 minutes left in regulation on a direct kick. Jenny Ward accounted for the Red Storm's other two goals.
The Chiefs struck first when LoTemplio dished off to Kaitlyn Bowman 11 minutes into the game. Saranac Lake answered when Ward sent home a Megan Moody pass to tie the game at 1-1, but Bowman connected again to give Saranac a 2-1 lead at halftime.
Ward scored her second goal three minutes into the second half on a pass from Katey Snyder. The Chiefs answered again, though, Amelia Jenks scoring from Summer Gillespie.
Saranac held a 24-19 advantage in shots taken. Red Storm goalkeeper Regan Kieffer turned away 12 shots, while Jamie Favreau stopped eight for the Chiefs.
"I'm very very pleased with how our kids played today; they demonstrated tremendous resilence and desire," said Saranac Lake coach Amanda Zullo. "Our passing and plays are really coming together."
Zullo said that Moody and Kaitlyn Hewitt were exceptional defensively and "Vanessa Salamy, Annie Frenette and Bridgit Sullivan were awesome in the middle of the field."
Saranac Lake fell to 2-11 (2-10 league) with the loss. The Chiefs are 9-5 overall and 6-4 in NSL games.
Northern Adirondack 3, Saranac Lake 1
SARANAC LAKE - After Northern Adirondack and Saranac Lake split the first two games Monday, the Bobcats rallied for a 25-17, 23-25, 25-15, 25-15 victory.
Shannon Stevens and Nicole Viscardo each had six kills and four digs to lead the way for the Red Storm. Emily Fountain had five kills, nine assists and three aces and Kylie Sapone added 10 assists and two aces.
Sarah Parker chipped in two digs and six serving points, while Sam Martin had one block, one kill and one ace.
Saranac Lake fell to 4-9 with the loss.
Hannah Charland led the way for Northern Adirondack (7-6) with seven kills, 12 serving points, three digs and two assists. Zoey Varin had five kills, nine serving points, two assists and two digs and Emma Trombley had eight assists, three kills and one block.
Plattsburgh 3, Lake Placid 0
PLATTSBURGH - Deanna LaBarge had five aces, four kills and five digs as the Plattsburgh volleyball team golled past Lake Placid in three games Monday.
Matoaka Riedl had five serving points, Serina Hayes had four assists and four kills and Carleigh Garrett chipped in three aces and four serving points to lead the way for Lake Placid.
The Blue Bombers are 1-11, while Plattsburgh improved to 10-2.