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Lakers beat Canisteo-Greenwood, Jasper-Troupsburg

HAMMONDSPORT—The Hammondsport Lakers cross-country team hosted a meet, Oct. 6. Nick Bagley led the Lakers to wins over Canisteo-Greenwood and Jasper-Troupsburg with a first place run. Bagley completed the course in 17 minutes, 55 seconds. The boys team beat C-G and J-T each by the score 15-50. The Lakers lost to Addison, 20-35. The Hammondsport girls team lost to both Addison and C-G, 15-50. Hammondsport and J-T were incomplete.

Boys soccer
The rain let up for most of Hammondsport’s triumphant homecoming soccer game against Dundee, 4-1.
The Lakers took on the Scots, Friday, Oct. 2.  Hammondsport took control of the ball during the first half of the game to score the first three goals.  Ryan House scored the first goal at 34:27.  Justyn Schuck assisted in the score.  The next goal was the other way around.  Schuck scored at 27:47, and was assisted by House.  The last goal of the first half was also by Schuck at 23:22, but assisted by Ryan Eckel.  The end result of the first half was 3-0, with Hammondsport in the lead.
The second half of the game saw less scoring.  The Lakers made their final goal at 29:40 with Schuck.  Tyler Jones assisted in the Lakers’ final goal.  The Scots scored once at 7:53.  Owen Maloy broke free of the Lakers and scored the Scots’ only goal.  The final score was 4-1.
“It was nice to win homecoming,” said Lakers’ Coach Adam French.  He added it was also good to have a winning game in the middle of so many 1-0 loses.  He said the Lakers’ record before tonight was 3-9.
French said the Hammondsport soccer team has been improving this year, especially communication between team members and keeping the ball at their feet.  He pointed he has been playing nine freshmen pretty consistently.
“It was better than the last time they played Dundee,” said French.
Dundee Coach Todd DeRue also said the game went well.
“They reset during halftime and had a better second half,” he said.

The homecoming king and queen were Josh Snyder and Diana Derr.

Girls Soccer
The Hammondsport girls beat CG Finney, 3-1, Oct. 3. Brooke Gordon had three goals for the Lakers, one on a penalty kick.
Earlier in the week, the Lakers lost to Canisteo-Greenwood, 4-1, Sept. 28. Coach Dan Conley stated, “It was a well played game, not reflected in the score.” Annalee Mishrell netted a rebound off a goal post for Hammondsport’s only goal.

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