OGDENSBURG For three years Jimmy Robinson had played goalie for Lisbon, but this year he moved to defense and scored one goal with one assist as the Golden Knights boys soccer team blanked Gouverneur, 4-0, in the first game of the Gerald Cring Tournament in Ogdensburg on Friday.
Robinsons replacement, Isaac Sovie, needed to make just one save for the shutout.
Lisbon will meet Ogdensburg Free Academy in the championship game at 8 tonight, while Gouverneur faces Norwood-Norfolk in the consolation game at 6 p.m.
Adam Kelley scored two goals for Lisbon and Jake Putney also scored.
OFA 6, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0
Nathan Peo scored three goals to lead the Blue Devils past Norwood-Norfolk in the other game of the Gerald Cring Tournament.
Peyton Lalone scored one goal with one assist for the Blue Devils and Conor Hannan and Dillon Binion also scored goals. Jacob Sias made six saves for the shutout.
BEEKMANTOWN 4, CANTON 0
Matt LaClair stopped seven shots to help Section 7s Beekmantown shut out Canton in a semifinal game of the Saranac Central Tournament.
Ian Pummell and Alex Proper scored goals in the first half for Beekmantown and Ryan Waterbury and Zach Bingel tallied second-half goals.
Canton will play in the consolation game at 5 p.m. today.
SALMON RIVER 3, NORTHERN ADIRONDACK 0
Zach Smith finished with six saves as Salmon River shut out Section 7s Northern Adirondack to reach the championship game of Saranac Centrals Early Bird Tournament.
The Shamrocks will face either Seton Catholic or Saranac at 7 tonight.
Josh Hynes, Nick Hynes and Antoine Domino scored goals for the Shamrocks.
INDIAN RIVER 2, MASSENA 0
Erin Hesse scored a goal and assisted on another as the Warriors prevailed in a nonleague game at Philadelphia in the season opener for both teams.
Sidney Black also scored for Indian River (1-0).
Goalie Ashlynn Borce made four saves to record the shutout for the Warriors.
AUBURN 2, WATERTOWN 0
Michaela Breeze scored in the 25th minute and Lacey Netti tacked on a late goal to spoil the Cyclones nonleague season opener at Watertown High School.
Katie Aldrich stopped nine shots for Watertown (0-1), which will play Camden at 2 p.m. today.
BEEKMANTOWN 2, IHC 0
Lauren OConnor made seven saves to record the shutout to pace the Eagles past the Cavaliers in the first round of the Chazy Tournament.
Allie Villenaire and Lindsey Gonyea each scored for Beekmantown (1-0).
Skylar Short made 12 saves for IHC (0-1).