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Potsdam limits St. Lawrence Central for hockey victory

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POTSDAM — Josh Locey scored one goal and assisted on another to lead the Potsdam hockey team to a 4-1 victory over St. Lawrence Central in a Northern Athletic Conference interdivision game Wednesday.

Logan Ford, Robbie Scott and Trevor Keleher also scored for the Sandstoners (12-4 overall, 8-0 division).

Devin Euto scored the only goal for the Larries (12-4, 9-2).

CANTON 1, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0

Jon Stone made 38 saves to lead Canton past Norwood-Norfolk (8-7-1, 6-5) in an interdivision game in Norfolk.

Andrew McCormick scored off a pass from E.J. Curtis 51 seconds into the second period to score for Canton (6-9-2, 4-3-2).

MASSENA 3, SALMON RIVER 1

Anthony Cortese and Ian Wilson scored goals in the third period to snap a 1-1 tie and lead Massena (10-5-1, 7-2-1) in a Division I game in Fort Covington.

Nate Moffitt also scored for Massena. Nathan Smoke scored for the Shamrocks (1-13-2, 0-8-2).

OFA 5, ISLANDERS 4 (OT)

Drew Costigan scored in overtime to send the Blue Devils (10-4-2, 9-2-1) to victory in a Division II game in Ogdensburg.

Joe Giglio tied the game for OFA at 9 minutes, 55 seconds of the first period. He also scored the first goal for the Blue Devils. John Taylor and Brandon Mullin also scored for OFA.

The Islanders (5-10-2, 2-9-1) had a 3-1 lead in the second period. Caleb Willis, Evan Dier, Colby Hunter and Sean Sheppard scored for the Islanders.

NORTHEASTERN CLINTON 5, MALONE 1

Alex Duffy, Jordan LaMere, Nick Palmer, Dayton Roberts and Josh Rabideau scored for Section 7’s Northeastern Clinton (7-7) in a nonleague win in Malone. Tanner Studlack scored for Malone (7-9-1).

WRESTLING

GOUVERNEUR 54, OFA 24

Seven pins helped the Wildcats (14-5, 9-0) knock off the Blue Devils in Gouverneur.

Dillon Stowell (120 pounds), Aaron Bush (126), Zach Ayen (138), Martin Countryman (160), Justin Garrison (195), Hunter Ayen (285) and Dan Mullin (113) won by pin for Gouverneur.

Adam Rickett (132), Andrew Cole (170), Alex Cole (182) and Tanner LaPienne (106) had pins for OFA (8-9, 4-3).

CANTON 58, MALONe 24

Ryan Brown (9), Alex Dean (152) and Zach Rottier (285) won by pin to send Canton (4-12, 4-5) to victory in Malone. Austin Learned (132) and Jamiel Stapleton (138) won by pin for Malone (3-13, 1-8).

VOLLEYBALL

SOUTH LEWIS 3, LOWVILLE 1

Chloe Stinebrickner racked up 30 assists, five kills, 11 service points and three aces to help advance the No. 4 Falcons to the Frontier League championships with a 25-14, 25-21, 15-25, 25-23 “C/D” Division semifinal victory over the top-seeded Red Raiders at Lowville.

South Lewis will meet No. 2 Sandy Creek in the finals at 11 a.m. Saturday at Case Middle School.

Jayne Strigle recorded 28 digs and seven points, and Liz Egnew posted 13 kills, nine points, three aces and two blocks. Gabby Hartley added seven kills and five digs for South Lewis (13-5).

Haley Riley registered 14 kills and four blocks, and Tasha Widrick distributed 22 assists for Lowville (13-4).

SANDY CREEK 3, BEAVER RIVER 0

Kylie Hanni’s 10 kills, four aces and eight digs helped power the No. 2 Comets to a 25-13, 25-20, 25-17 “C/D” Division semifinal victory over the No. 3 Beavers at Sandy Creek.

Michaela Martin registered 10 kills and seven digs, and McKenna Guarasce contributed nine kills and three blocks. Viki White supplied 13 assists, and Kylie Martin added 11 assists and three aces for Sandy Creek (14-3).

WATERTOWN 3, INDIAN RIVER 0

The No. 2 seed Cyclones advanced to the “A” Division championship with a three-set win over the No. 3 Warriors, 25-10, 25-11, 25-10.

Watertown (8-8) will meet top-seeded Carthage for the title Saturday at Case Middle School.

Jenna Hibbard recorded 14 service points, seven aces, nine assists and three kills for WHS. Nemesis Ruiz had eight kills, Stacia Wallace six kills and Olivia Heiler nine assists.

Indian River dropped to 1-14.

APW 3, GENERAL BROWN 1

Jena Booth scored on six aces and five kills to help the No. 2 Rebels advance to the finals with a 25-19, 17-25, 25-15, 25-22 “B” Division semifinal victory over the No. 3 Lions at Parish.

APW will face top-seeded South Jefferson in the championships Saturday at Case Middle School.

Macey Kerr recorded four kills and three blocks for Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (8-10).

Taylor Rosette supplied five kills and 14 digs, and Maggie Ambrose posted 14 assists and four aces for General Brown (1-14).

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