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Border Country Sports-October 19th

Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I'm Keith Harrngton.


Lake George Edges Corinh in Class C Play-In


It was a battle of Adirondack League foes as Lake George edged Corinth 1-0 in a Section II Class C play-in game.


Jack Welch scored the only goal of the game for the Warriors in the 47th minute. Dustin Joseph-Sharp had the assist.


Lake George goalie Brad Erceg had the shutout in goal with 15 saves.


15th seed Lake George now meets #2 Maple Hill Thursday at 3 p.m.


Lake George is 8-8-1. Corinth ends the season 6-9-2.


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Hadley-Luzerne Shuts Out Schoharie to Advance


Hadley-Luzerne advanced in the Section II Class C tournament as they shutout Schoharie 2-0 in a play-in game Tuesday.


Caeden Wilson scored on a corner kick in the first half to give the Eagles a 1-0 lead.


Evan Kader scored in the first minute of the second half off a pass from Wilson to make it 2-0 Hadley-Luzerne.


Haldey-Luzerne moves on to face top seed Voorheesville Thursday at 3 p.m.


Hadley-Luzerne is now 7-8.


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Rutland Hands Fair Haven First Loss


It took a Division I team and an extra session to do it, but the Fair Haven girls soccer team saw their unbeaten streak come to an end Tuesday. Rutland scored in overtime to take down the Slaters 2-1.


Bethany Solari scored the game winner on a 35 yard drive. Brooke Schaffer had the helper on the game-winner.


Solari gave Rutland a 1-0 lead in the first half with a goal off a pass from Loretta Cooley.


Elizabeth Love scored the equalizer to force OT with just under six minutes remaining. Brittney Love recorded the assist.


Rutland has now fashioned their own streak, winning seven in a row.


Rutland is now 9-4. Fair Haven is 11-.1.


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Blue Devils Fall to MSJ


The Poultney girls soccer team, facing an exhausting schedule fell behind early and then rallied before falling to MSJ 6-3. Postponements early in the season forced the Blue Devils to navigate through a daunting late season gaunlet.


Poultney was coming off an overtime loss to MSJ Monday night and was right back at it Tuesday afternoon.


Lauren Costales was a problem for the Blue Devils as she scored three times in the first half to give the Mounties a 4-1 lead.


Isabella Anderson also scored for MSJ in the opening 40 minutes.


Hannah Welch scored for Poultney in the first half off an Eme Silverman assist.


Kait DeBonis and Laura Winter scored sceond half goal for the Blue Devils.


Emma Blodorn and Anderson had second half goals for MSJ.


Cindi Carranza had 11 saves for the Mounties. Kenzie Ezzo stopped 11 shots for Poultney.


MSJ is 9-4. Poultney is 5-7.


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






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