North Country 1, Milton 0
MILTONâ€“ Mariah Roberts had the only goal of the contest as the Falcons (3-7-2)picked up their third win of the year, defeating D II Milton (3-8-1) 1-0.
"It was a phenomenal game," said coach Chantelle Bouchard. "The defense was outstanding. Everyone played their positions and backed each other up when they had to."
After a scoreless first, Roberts knocked in the winner at 11:36 of the second half to give North Country the win.
Danielle Gabucci had six saves in the game for the Falcons.
North Country's next game is also on the road as they travel to Swanton to take on Missisquoi Valley on Tuesday at 4:00.
Wasps 53, Falcons 0
WOODSTOCKâ€“The North Country (0-7) football team had a rough go of it against undefeated Woodstock (7-0) on Friday evening.
The Wasps racked up fifty three points and held the Falcons scoreless in the 53-0 win.
Next up for the Falcons will be another long road trip as they hit the road to take on Burr and Burton on Friday.
North Country 0, CVU 3
HINESBURGâ€“Poor field conditions moved North Country's (2-8-1) match with Champlain Valley (10-1-1)to the JV field, but things were not much better there and the Falcons lost 3-0 to the Redhawks.
"It was a combination of a long bus ride, early departure time (6:30) and sloppy conditions that really hurt us in the first," said coach James McKenny.
The Redhawks jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the opening half.
A problem for the team cited McKenny, was the amount of anticipation needed to be able to play solid defense on a messy pitch.
But in the second, when the team could have just packed it in, they shined instead.
Adapting to the field, the Falcons played much better and shut down the number two team in the Metro.
"They are best team we have played all year," said McKenny. "We could have just folded, but instead we had an inspiring half of soccer."
North Country was led by Zach Tweed, Kody Halikas and Nate Marsh in the second.
Said the coach, "Nate played probably his best game of the year and Kody and Zach were terrific. Without them it could have been a CVU rout."
Logan Fortier also had a strong showing, stopping nineteen shots in the game.
Now the team will get ready to host Essex on Tuesday at 4:00 in their final home game of the season.
Lake Region 1 Hazen 0
HARDWICKâ€“Shaquille Urie scored on a penalty kick with seventeen minutes remaining to give the Rangers a 1-0 win over Haze on Saturday.
The win moves Lake Region to 10-2 while Hazen sits at 4-7-1.
Next up for the squad is Danville at home on Tuesday.