Saranac Lake falls to Beekmantown, 5-0

BEEKMANTOWN — The Saranac Lake boys soccer team fell to the Beekmantown Eagles 5-0 on Wednesday. The loss ended the Red Storm’s season.

Saranac Lake’s goalie Nash Carlisto was able to hold the Eagles to a scoreless first half. Then the Eagles broke through with a second-half explosion to secure the win in a Section VII Class B boys soccer first-round game.

“(Carlisto) made several great saves including three or four right at the cross bar,” Beekmantown coach Ryan Loucy said. “In the second half, our pressure wore them down and we were able to score a couple goals from distance.”

Zach Marin got things going for the Eagles. He opened the scoring around the six-minute mark of the second half, off an assist from Josh Burgin.

Markel Mosley followed up the goal by scoring two while Riley Hewson and Owen Beebe each scored one to complete Beekmantown’s five-goal half. Beebe also tallied two assists on the night.

Carlisto ended with 20 saves in the game during Saranac Lake’s loss.

Beekmantown 5, Saranac Lake 0

SLCS 0 0 — 0

BCS 0 5 — 5

First half- No scoring.

Second half- 1, BCS, Marin (Burgin), 6:32. 2, BCS, Mosley (Beebe), 10:06. 3, BCS, Hewson (Beebe), 10:06. 4, BCS, Beebe, 34:33. 5, BCS, Mosley (B. Mannix), 37:47.

Shots- Beekmantown, 29-5.

Saves- Golden, BCS, 3. Carlisto, SLCS, 20.


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