Border Country Sports-October 5th
Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I'm Keith Harrington.
Gibbs, Burns Win at Lake George
Lake George hosted Granvlle-Whitehall and Hartford Tuesday in Adirondack League cross country. The Warriors swept both challengers at the event.
The Lake George boys defeated Granville-Whitehall 16-53 and Hartford 16-73.
The Warriors girls topped both Granville-Whitehall and Hartford 15-incomplete.
Amber Gibbs continued her dominance in girls ADK races as she blew the field away by over two minutes. Gibbs navigated the course in 18:20.6, an average of 6:47.7 per mile.
Taylor Syvertsen of Lake George, Sophie Unkauf of Lake George, Layla Johnson of Lake George and Kayla Grant of Lake George rounded out the top five.
Lily Stokowski was the leading Hartford runner with a ninth place finish.
Sam Burns of Lake George won the boys race in a time of 16:21.9.That's an average of 6:03.7.
Rounding out the top five were Liam Fahey Stack of Lake George. James Richard of Lake George, Jason Ludlow Lake George, and Quinn Johnson of Granville/Whitehall.
Hunter Lacross was the top Hartford finisher in ninth.
Bolton-Warrensburg Edges Corinth, Clinches #2 Seed
Bolton-Warrensburg clinched the #2 seed in the Adirondack League playoffs as they edged Corinth 2-1 in ADK girls soccer.
Ella Moskov had two first half goals for B-W to help lead them to the win.
Alyssa Crossman scored in the second half for Corinth to slice the lead to 2-1. Isabella Craig assisted on Crossman’s goal.
Hope Sherman had 11 saves for the Eagles. Teagan Killinski stopped 13 shots for the Tomahawks.
Fort Ann Blanks Railroaders
Fort Ann blanked Whitehall 4-0 to earn a win in Adirondack League girls soccer.
It was a banner day for Cardinal's 8th grader Olivia Winchell who assisted on all four Fort Ann goals.
Angel Aratare, Paige Trzaskos, Madison Freebern and Savannah Aratare each hit the back of the net for Fort Ann.
Khloe Paddock had eight saves for Whitehall in goal.
Fort Ann is now 4-2-2, 7-3-2.
Fair Haven Field Hockey Takes Down Windsor
The Windsor field hockey team may never want to visit Fair Haven again. For the second year in a row the Slaters took down the Yellowjackets on their home field, this time 1-0 on Tuesday. Windsor is the three-time defending Division III state champion.
It was the second straight notable win for Fair Haven after beating Adirondack League yearly contender Granville Saturday.
Emilee Higgins scored what turned out to be the game-winning goal.
Alana Williams assisted on the only goal of the contest.
Fair Haven is now 4-4-1.
Tigers Defeat Argyle in Volleyball
Hudson Falls swept Argyle in a non-league volleyball matchup on Wednesday.
Shaylin Perry led the Tigers with 10 kills and Demi Peters with 12 assists.
Liz Donnelly added eight points for Hudson Falls.
Carrie Humiston had 11 assists, four kills and two aces for Argyle.
Kylee Humiston had 14 digs, five aces and two kills. Sarah Gaulin and McKenna McWhorter had three kills each.
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With the Border Country Sports Report, I'm Keith Harrington.
Photo Credit-Sabrina Gibbs