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Falcon Boys Dominate Lake Region Relays

October 16, 2012

ORLEANS–The fifty racers at the Lake Region Relays barely missed getting completely drenched as the rain held off while they competed in two-person teams, racing around the LRUHS campus on Monday.
The North Country boys and girls had a fine showing at the event.
Led by the duo of Ross DeLaBruere and Sam Brunnette (1st place, 19:48), the Falcons had four of the top five finishes in the boy-boy division, and race, to take first place overall.

Rochester, UCA Settle for a Water Logged 1-1 Tie

October 16, 2012

NEWPORT–The UCA Lady Crusaders (2-7-3), behind Moriah Lafoe's goal, stayed unbeaten in their fourth straight match, tying Rochester (4-3-1) 1-1 on a rain-soaked mess of a field on Monday afternoon.
Rochester got on the board first when Michaela Sterling knocked one in past Lydia Samaan.
Lafoe tied the contest up when she delivered a long-range shot from near mid-field catching the visiting keeper out of position.
"It was kind of a weird goal and I did not think it was going to go in, but it did and we tied the game," said Lafoe.

Cabot Slips Past UCA 5-2 on Slick Gardner Park Field

October 16, 2012

NEWPORT–In the second half of the Crusader doubleheader, UCA's boys (5-4-3) came out with a defensive strategy aimed at stopping the high-scoring Cabot Huskies (9-2-1).
Their plan was executed quite well in the first half, allowing just a goal, but in the second, Cabot tacked on four more, winning the contest 5-2.
"They gave me absolutely everything they had," said coach Alyssa DeLaBruere. "When we into this game I told them they would need to give everything they had to beat this team and they did that. Although we didn't win, I think it was a very evenly matched game."

 

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