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Rachel Bush tangles with Moriah’s Halie Snyder Oct. 25.

Rachel Bush tangles with Moriah’s Halie Snyder Oct. 25. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

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Johnsburg’s Nate Prouty works hard against a Keene player Oct. 24.

Boys Soccer

Minerva-Newcomb 6, Westport 0

OLMSTEDVILLE — The Minerva-Newcomb boys soccer team shutout Westport Central School 6-0 in a quarterfinal game Friday, Oct. 26, moving them one step closer in the playoffs.

Scoring goals were Wesley LaBar (2), Borja Martinez (2), Adam McCall (1) and Joao Silva (1).

The Mountaineers made 12 shots, and goaltender Alex Ruzbacki had 5 saves.

The team finished the regular season as Class D champs in the Northern Soccer League with a 10-1 league record and 10-1 overall.

The second-seed Mountaineers play Elizabethtown-Lewis at 3 p.m. at home in the semifinals.

Keene 4, Johnsburg 1

KEENE — The Johnsburg boys soccer team lost 4-1 in a preliminary playoff game against Keene Central School Wednesday, Oct. 24.

Nate Prouty gave the Jaguars its only goal 5 minutes into the game, but they couldn’t hold on to the lead. Johnsburg had 5 shots on goal while Keene had 14. Jaguar goaltender Chet Prouty made four saves.

The team finished the regular season in fourth place with a 1-9-1 league record and 1-10-1 overall.

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Minerva-Newcomb’s Makenzie Winslow fights for the ball against Moriah’s Morgan Meachem Oct. 25

Girls Soccer

Moriah 4, Minerva-Newcomb 1

PORT HENRY — The Minerva-Newcomb girls soccer team lost 4-1 in a quarterfinal game against Moriah Central School Thursday, Oct. 25.

The sole goal for the Mountaineers came from Makenzie Winslow. Goaltender Mary LaBar had 9 saves.

The team finished the regular season in second place with a 7-3 league record and 7-3 overall.

Willsboro 1, Indian L.-Long L. 0

INDIAN LAKE — The Indian Lake-Long Lake girls soccer team lost 1-0 in a quarterfinal game against Willsboro Central School Thursday, Oct. 25.

The Orange had 27 shots on goal, and goaltender Madison Miller had 13 saves.

The team finished the regular season as Class D Division III champs in the Northern Soccer League with a 10-0 league record and 11-3 overall.

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