Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I'm Keith Harrington.
Bolton-Warrensburg Wins First ADK Boys Soccer Crown
"To be the man, you've got to beat the man!" That is a very popular saying. Friday night the Bolton-Warrensburg soccer team may have been thinkng of that mantra.
Bolton-Warrensburg claimed their first ever Adirondack League boys soccer championship as they edged Fort Ann Friday 2-1 at Golden Goal. No team has worn the ADK Crown more than the Cardinals, but this year belongs to B-W.
AJ Moore scored on a penalty kick in the second half as B-W came from behind to earn the title.
Fort Ann jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first half on a goal from Riley Barnes on a PK.
B-W equalized before halftime when Daalten DeMarsh converted a pass from Moore to make it 1-1.
Keith Sonley had seven saves in goal for B-W.
B-W has only given up four goals all year, led by the defense in front of Sonley with Justin Rushia, Tanner Monroe, Colten Bell, Tyler Trowbridge and Trace McGrath.
Dylan Brown had 12 stops for the Cardinals.
B-W is a veteran squad that features 10 seniors.
Bolton-Warrensburg is now 15-0 in the season.
Wolverines Take Down Black Horses in Class C Showdown
In a battle of Class C unbeatens, Warrensburg-Lake George took down Schuylerville to stay perfect with a hard-fought 18-7 win at Black Horse Stadium. Schuylerville entered the contest as the #1 raked Class C football team in the state.
The Black Horses led 7-6 at halftime, but the second half belonged to the Wolverines.
Warrensburg-Lake George drew first blood on an 80 yard touchdown run by Brody McCabe with 7:21 left in the first quarter. The conversion run was stopped making it 6-0 Wolverines.
Schuylerville gained the lead later in the stanza. After a Black Horses pass on a trick play was intercepted by Gavin McCabe, Ollie Bolduc stipped the ball loose and ran the ball in for a score to tie the game 6-6. The PAT kick gave the Black Horses their only lead of the night.
There was no scoring in the second or third quarters, but Warrensburg-Lake George took control in the fourth. McCabe gave the Wolverines the lead back on a one yard TD run. The conversion run failed leaving the score 12-7.
Quarterback Caden Allen scored on a 17 yard run with 1:23 left in the game to salt it away.
McCabe ran for 125 yards on 14 carries to lead Warrensburg-Lake George.
Luke Sherman led the Black Horses with 89 yards on 23 attempts.
Warrensburg-Lake George who entered the game ranked #15 in the state improves to 6-0, 7-0.
Schuylerville falls to 5-1, 6-1.
Fair Haven Defeats Colchester on the Road
Fair Haven went on the road and made the long hike to Colchester a successful one as they defeated the Lakers 35-21 in a key Division II matchup.
The Slaters scored the only 14 points of the second half after the game was tied 21-21 at the intermission.
Joe Buxton led Fair Haven with three rushing touchdowns and another one through the air.
Buxton was 19-for-25 with 166 yards passing. He also ran for 110 yards.
Bill Lussier had 76 rushing yards for the Slaters.
Tim Kendall returned an interception for a score.
Argyle Tops Granville in Volleyball
Argyle topped Granville 3-0 Friday night in Adirondack League volleyball.
Set scores were 25-15, 25-14 and 24-14.
Carrie Humiston led the Scots with 10 kills, 16 assists, four aces and six digs.
Emilie Wood added seven kills, one ace, two assists, and one block. Sarah Gaulin chipped in three kills, nine aces, and Kylee Humiston four kills, three assists, and five digs.
Lilly Strout paced the Golden Horde with five kills, three digs, and one ace. Emma Hover had three kills and two blocks. Vivian Green added six assists, one ace and one kill. Courtne Enis contibuted two digs and one kill.
Argyle is now 9-2, 9-5.
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With the Border Country Sports Report, I'm Keith Harrington.
Photo Credit-Warrensburg-Lake George Football