Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I'm Keith Harrington.
Slaters Defeat Lyndon in Shootout
If you like offense then Thomas LaPlaca Field in Fair Haven was the place to be Saturday night. Fair Haven and Lyndon hooked up in a high-scoring shootout with the Slaters coming away with a 49-28 win.
Joe Buxton fired four touchdown passes to lead Fair Haven's offensive attack.
The Vikings got out to a 14-6 lead, but Fair Haven came back to tie things up and took over from there.
Buxton tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Kahnai Gill, and one each to Carson Babbie and Phil Bean.
Max Kyhill returned a fumble for a score and Tim Kendall scored on a 55 yard scamper for the Slaters.
Bill Lussier ran for a seven yard TD to complete the scoring.
Cam Berry had a 27-yard touchdown catch and a 30-yard touchdown run for Lyndon.
Ashton Gould had a 19 yard scoring run and Colby Simpson scored from four yards out for the Vikings.
Fair Haven is 2-1. Lyndon is 1-1.
Bolton-Warrensburg Edges Plattsburgh
Bolton-Warrensburg received their stffest challenge of the season so far, but were able to survive and edge Plattsburgh 4-3 in overtime.
Madison Goodspeed scored the game winner with 1:36 remaining in the first overtime off a beautiful cross by Megan Langworthy to give Bolton-Warrensburg the come from behind win.
Bolton-Warrensburg took the lead 1-0 off an Ella Moscov goal in the first half.
Plattsburgh retaliated by scoring the next three goals to take a 3-1 lead. It was the first goals given up by B-W on the season.
Kara Bacon scored with less than five minutes remaining to cut the deficit to one goal for B-W.
31 seconds later, Bacon found the net again to tie the game up. Both of Bacon’s goals were assisted by Megan Langworthy.
Ila Hubert did a great job defensively containing Plattsburgh’s leading scorer.
Hope Sherman finished with 24 saves in goal to keep B-W in the game.
Plattsburgh goalie Katelyn McCormick, finished with six saves.
With the win, Bolton-Warrensburg improves to 3-0 in the league and 6-0 overall.
Glens Falls Edges Whitehall in OT
Glens Falls and Whitehall played to a 0-0 draw in regulation time before the Indians scored in overtime to claim a 1-0 win over the Railroaders in a non-league girls soccer match at the Morse Athletic Complex in Glens Falls.
Parker Welch scored the game-winning goal for Glens Falls 5:41 into the first overtime.
Sarah Wolfstich earned the shutout in goal for the Indians with five saves.
Khloe Paddock played well in goal for the Railoraders, stopping 15 shot to keep her team in it.
Salem-Cambridge Field Hockey Rolls Over Emma Willard
The Salem-Cambridge field hockey team bounced back from a heartbreaking loss to Granville with avengence as they rolled over Emma Willard 11-0 at the "League Day" in Schuylerville.
Eight players scored goals for Salem-Cambridge in the contest.
It was a balanced attack for Salem-Cambridge as Payten Williams, Kady Crosier and MaryKate McPhee scored two goals each.
Claire Toleman, Lexi Cary, Adair Hoge, Nicole LaFountain and Taylor Cary all also hit the back of the cage for Salem-Cambridge.
Barilyn Wright earned the shutout in goal with two saves.
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With the Border Country Sports Report I'm Keith Harrington.