MADRID — Chateaugay boys soccer’s late push at a comeback against Madrid-Waddington came up short on Monday. The Bulldogs on the road lost to the Yellowjackets, 4-3, after Madrid-Waddington responded to an early 1-0 Chateaugay lead with four unanswered goals. The Bulldogs out of halfime scored two goals in the contest’s latter 40 minutes, but could not tie the game before the final horn. Lucas Monette, who finished with two goals and one assist, got Chateaugay on the board first, by finding the net at the 14th minute off a helper from goalkeeper Owen Rockhill. Rockhill finished the contest with one assist and four saves.
Madrid-Waddington put the game out of reach by netting all of its goals in the closing 18 minutes of the first half.
With the win, the Yellowjackets (10-1), establish a four-point lead over the Bulldogs (6-7) in the NAC East Division standings.
WESTHILL 3, SALMON RIVER 0
Salmon River boys soccer on Monday was shut out by non-league opponent Westhill on Monday, 3-0. The Shamrocks’ Ethan Moulton had five saves while Ryan Bouchey, who split time in goal with the senior, finished with three stops. The loss drops Salmon River to 8-3 on the season. The Shamrocks still maintain a 7-1 record in their league.