Border Country Sports Report-September 12th

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Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington.

Fair Haven Edges Argyle in Non-League Game

Argyle ventured across the border to face Fair Haven in boys soccer, with the Slaters edging the Scots 2-1.

Josh Hetrick scored two goals to lead Fair Haven to the victory.

Hetrick gave the Slaters the 1-0 lead with a goal late in the first half. He then gave Fair Haven the win with a tally with 3:34 to go in the contest.

Noah Woodbury played a solid game in goal for the Slaters.

Fair Haven improves to 2-0 on the season.

Granville-Whitehall Collects Win Over Rams

The Granville-Whitehall football team collected their first win of the season, defeating Rensselaer 34-6 in the conclusion of a suspended game. The game was halted due to lighting on Thursday night.

No details were reported at this time. Border Country Sports is working on getting more information.

The win is also the first win for new G-W head coach Kevin Gebo and his staff.

G-W led 20-6 at halftime on Thursday and tacked on a pair of scores last night in the second half.

“We played with heart, and trust me you will hear more about Granville-Whitehall more often now,” said CJ Monty. “The line played an amazing game. I absolutely love our energy and the way we can handle the pressure coming our way.”

Granville-Whitehall is now 1-1 on the season and travels to Coxsackie-Athens on Friday night.