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Border Country Sports Blog-October 6th

Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Blog, I'm Keith Harrington.

Whitehall Edges Cardnals in Girls Soccer

The Whitehall girls soccer team picked up their biggest win of the year as they edged Fort Ann 1-0 at Fort Ann on Tuesday.

It was the third win in a row for the Railroaders and just the second ADK loss of the season for Fort Ann.

The teams were tied 0-0 at the half and it stayed that way until late in regulation time.

Madison Gould finally broke the deadlock when she hit the back of the net at the 69.12 mark.

Dory Gosselin had three saves for the Railroaders to earn the shutout. Baylee Wright had three saves for the Cardinals.

Whitehall raised their mark to 4-3, 5-5. Fort Ann falls to 5-2-1, 8-3-1.


Hartford Rolls Over Spa Catholic

Hartford took a night off from the Adirondack League and used it to travel to Spa Catholic. The Tanagers came back home with a 3-0 sweep of the Saints in high school volleyball.

Set scores were 25-14, 25-15 and 25-18.

Izzy French had a stellar match for Hartford with 20 assists. Soleia Lamoureux continued her recent solid play with 18 digs. Karlee Nims had 14 kills and Sarah Monroe eight kills.

Kara Wengert had 13 digs for Spa Catholic. Liz Best had seven service points and Allison Motler six assists and four kills.

Hartford is 6-2, 9-2. Spa Catholic is 7-3, 7-4.

JV Score Hartford 2 Spa Catholic 1

Set Scores 25-19, 24-26,25-15.


Woodstock Blanks Fair Haven

The Fair Haven boys soccer team was close, but still finds themselves looking for their first win of the season as they were blanked by Woodstock 2-1.

Nick Carrabino scored the goal for the Slaters. Jack Almeida picked up the assist for Fair Haven.

Noah Woodberry played well in goal for the Slaters.

Woodtsock is 5-4. Fair Haven is 0-8-1.


Windsor Wins Shootout Over Fair Haven Field Hockey

It may not have been a win, but the Fair Haven Slaters played well, falling to a strong Windsor team 5-3.

The Slaters took a 1-0 lead on a goal from Jaylena Haley, but the Yellowjackets fought back to take the victory.

Emilee Higgins and Alana Williams also hit the back of the cage for Fair Haven.

Bailey Pettis played well in the cage for the Slaters.

Fair Haven is 2-5-1 on the season. They will play another strong opponent tonight when they play a Granville team that is one of the top in the Adirondack-Wasaren League. That game is paer of the Granville "Lights Week" and faces off at 7 p.m.


New York Scoreboard

High School Volleyball

Corinth 3 Granville 1

High School Girls Soccer

Lake George 5 North Warren 1

Salem 6 Granville 1

High School Cross Country

Lake George and Hartford at Granville-Whitehall


Lake George 18 Granville-Whitehall 44

Lake George 17 Hartford 43

Granville-Whitehall 26 Hartford 29


Lake George 15 Granville-Whitehall 40

Lake George 15 Hartford 40

Granville-Whitehall Inc. Hartford Inc.

Hadley-Luzerne at Corinth


Corinth 22 Hadley-Luzerne 33


Hadley-Luzerne 15 Corinth Inc.

Warrensburg and Argyle at North Warren


North Warren/J-M 15 Warrensburg Inc.

North WarrenJ-M 15 Argyle Inc

Argyle Inc. Warrensburg Inc.


North Warren/J-M 15 Argyle Inc.

North Warren/J-M 15 Warrensburg Inc.

Argyle 15 Warrensburg Inc.


Vermont Scoreboard

High School Field Hockey

Hartford 3 Rutand 0

Rice 1 Middlebury 0

High School Boys Soccer

Twin Valley 1 West Rutland 0

Green Mountain 2 Hartford (VT) 0

High School Girls Soccer

Windsor 6 Mill River 0

Middlebury 2 Milton 1

Rutland 4 Mount Anthony 0

West Rutland 4 Otter Valley 1


With the Border Country Sports Blog, I'm Keith Harrington.

Photo Credit-Stacie Arnhold

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