Girls soccer: MacLennan scores in overtime as Erie beats Skyline


ERIE ‘ Erie’s bench came to its feet late in the waning minutes of regulation, as each near miss by the Tigers girls soccer team added to a frustration that had been growing by the moment in a match ‘

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BoCoPreps.comPosted: ‘ 04/08/2019 09:50:35 PM MDT ERIE ‘ Erie’s bench came to its feet late in the waning minutes of regulation, as each near miss by the Tigers girls soccer team added to a frustration that had been growing by the moment in a match they commanded nearly everywhere except the scoreboard.

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The junior forward scored the walk-off goal in the 82nd minute to push Erie past Skyline 1-0 on Monday night.

As they had for much of regulation, the Tigers immediately pushed deep into the Falcons’ territory in extra time. Katie Leach didn’t get a clean touch on a chance that twisted in the air over to MacLennan. MacLennan corralled it on the left side of the box, took a jab step, then pushed past a defender before ripping the winner into the opposite corner of the net.

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Vikings win to stay atop Division II soccer, Peru wins in gymnastics

Peru’s Allie Timmons won the all-around for the Peru Indians gymnastics team against Beekmantown Sept. 11.

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ELLENBURG | The Moriah Vikings varsity girls soccer team continued to show dominance in Division II of the Northern Soccer League, scoring a 5-1 win over Northern Adirondack Sept. 11.

Reagan Garrison opened scoring for the Vikings, the first of two goals in the game. Juliette Baker also scored twice, while Madison Morgan scored one. Samantha Hayes made five saves, while Madison Peryea was the lone goal scorer for the Bobcats.

The Chazy Eagles scored a 1-0 win over the Elizabethtown-Lewis/Westport (EL/W)Griffins, as Olivia McLennan scored the lone goal of the game and Olivia Rotella made two saves for the shutout.’

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Seton Catholic rallies for overtime win | Local Sports

Seton Catholic’s Gillian Boule, right, beats Ticonderoga’s Vivian Porter to a loose ball during a girls Northern Soccer League Division II game Tuesday in Plattsburgh. Buy this photo and other images from area sporting events at pressrepublicanphotos.com.

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PLATTSBURGH ‘ Abby Boule netted the game-winning goal in overtime to propel Seton Catholic to a 2-1 victory against Ticonderoga in a girls Northern Soccer League Division II game Tuesday.

The Knights had to rally, trailing 1-0 to start the second half, and Avery Turner buried a goal at the 36:05 mark to even the score.

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