Local roundup, Weds., Nov. 10
PLATTSBURGH -- The Maple Hill High School boys soccer team had taken plenty of shots all season, but the Wildcats often failed to hit the back of the net and capitalize on those chances.
That was exactly what happened Wednesday afternoon in a 1-0 loss to Northeastern Clinton in a New York State Class B regional semifinal game at Plattsburgh High School.
Maple Hill (19-2-0) had won the first Section II Class B title in program history last weekend over Johnstown. The Wildcats have won a Section II Class C title 16 times.
Saratoga Springs 1, Ballston Spa 1 (2 OT): Saratoga Springs and Ballston Spa technically split the Section II Class AA boys soccer title after playing to a 1-1 draw after two overtime periods, but the Blue Streaks will advance to the New York State regional round on the strength of an 8-7 victory in a penalty kick period.
Scotia-Glenville 5, Malone-Franklin Academy 0: The Tartans advanced in the New York State playoffs with a regional semifinal victory over Section X champion Malone. Scotia will play Section III champion Jamesville-Dewitt in a regional final this weekend.
Bethlehem 1, Shenendehowa 0: The No. 3 seeded Eagles topped No. 4 Shenendehowa in the Section II Class AA championship game at Stillwater.
Cambridge 3, Schoharie 2 (OT): Bridget Cuddihy scored in the first half and scored with six minutes remaining in the second overtime to lift Cambridge to the Section II Class C title.
Sara Tironi added one goal and two assists for Cambridge (15-3-2), while Molly Lauver assisted on a goal as well.
Cambridge advances to regional round play against Section VII champion Seton Catholic Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Stillwater High School.
Cambridge girls soccer players will head to the school's playoff football game Saturday at 1 p.m. at Schuylerville before heading down Route 4 to their regional game.
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