Northern New York Newspapers
NNY Business
NNY Living
Fri., Sep. 4
Serving the community of Ogdensburg, New York
Related Stories

Kiwanis youth soccer


Miller’s Green House and the Knights of Columbus continued successful Kiwanis Youth Soccer seasons with victories on Thursday.

Millers Green House over DeFelsko: Miller’s prevailed over the previously unbeaten DeFelsko squad on the large Lisbon field. The double hat trick of Jackson LaRock anchored the victory and Jordan Sawyer, Julia Rishe and Isaac LaRock all tallied single bgoals.

Miller’s defense of Cynthia Snyder, Olivia McLear, and Natatie Kroeger controlled repelled several DeFelsko encroachments. Garrison Bender and Miles Gendbien played a strong over all field.

Justin MacIntyre of DeFelsko provided many good scoring attempts while putting two in the back of the net. Excellent goalkeeping duties where shared by Ria Amo and Elizabeth Lemke.

Ellie Foster and Ryan Warchol impressed coach DeFelsko Coach Scott LaLone with strong play on both sides of the ball

Miller’s Green House def Julies Dance Studio: A strong technical game was played by both teams. Miller’s started the scoring with a point blank shot by Jayden Carr off a Jordan Sawyer cross from the right wing.

Other scores for Miller’s came from Erika Snyder, Grace Richardson and Jackson LaRock. Riley Baxter, Alex Denny and Rowen Rishe provided fine attack support and controlling midfield play. Olivia McLear and Mathew Walker anchored the defense and Calab Richardson turned away several dangerous runs while in net.

Holden Woods was the lone scorer for Julie’s while also providing key saves along with Nick McRoberts while tending the net . Nate Woods provided offensive excitement with several near misses and Paige Merz and Dan Reagan played well on the defensive side of the field.

Coach Angela McRoberts is pleased with her teams overall strong play.

Knights of Columbus 3 - Heuvelton 0: A highly anticipated rematch lived up to its billing as both teams had several near-miss chances in the scoreless first half.

The Knights of Columbus’ Jake Sharpe broke the halftime tie four minutes into the third quarter by converting a Darian Snyder pass for a 1-0 lead. Six minutes later Natalie McCormick converted a Cody King lead pass to put the locals up 2-0. Sharpe rounded out the scoring in the fourth quarter by one timing an Ian Morrow direct kick past the keeper.

Kelsey Sherwin, Ian Morrow, Caroline Lalone, Juanita Hunter, and Rose Jeneault continued to work extremely hard at the defensive end for the KofC. Paige LaRock, Greg Mallott, Anton Skamperle, Eve House, and Rylee Bressett provided excellent play in the midfield and King, Snyder, and Nick Sholette combined for 10 save in the net.

Noah Steele, Tanner Armstrong, Keegan Kelly, and Madison McCormick were all cited for strong play for Heuvelton. Aaron Putman collected 11 save in the net for Heuvelton.

Commenting rules:
  1. Stick to the topic of the article/letter/editorial.
  2. When responding to issues raised by other commenters, do not engage in personal attacks or name-calling.
  3. Comments that include profanity/obscenities or are libelous in nature will be removed without warning.
Violators' commenting privileges may be revoked indefinitely. By commenting you agree to our full Terms of Use.
Syracuse Football Tickets Giveaway
Connect with Us
OGD on FacebookOGD on Twitter