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FC Freeze soccer teams continue early-season success

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CANTON - Utilizing corner kick opportunities, headers and strong ball possession the FC Freeze U16 Boys upended General Brown soccer club 5-3 on Monday evening on the SLU campus.

Lisbon’s Adam Kelly opened the scoring with Potsdam’s Pat Normindin tallying the next two FC Freeze goals with the second coming from a Peyton Lalone (Ogdensburg) assist of a header. Potsdam’s Matt Stone then scored from a corner kick and drew a corner kick assist with Tyler Robinson (M-W) heading it into the back of the net to make it 5-1 early in the second half.

Heuvelton’s Ben Jacobs and Ogdensburg’s Ben Hammond combined for eight saves backstopping the win.

U14 BOYS OFF TO 2-0-1 START

The FC Freeze U-14 team is off to impressive start earning a tie and two shutouts in their first three games of NNYYSL action.

In game one, FC U14 tied Watertown FC 1-1. Seth Tharrett scored the only goal for FC freeze on a penalty kick. Jake Robinson and Will Kroeger combined in goal to collect 8 saves.

In game two, FC U14 shutout Upstate United 5-0. Goals were scored by Ethan Knight, Jake Robinson, Jake Kiah, Dan Caamano and Jack Pullano. Ashton Snell, Seth Tharrett and Charlie Helenbrook picked up assists. Jake Kiah and Will Kroeger combined in goal to collect 4 saves.

In game three, FC U14 defeated Cavs U-14 7-0. Dan Caamano and Garrett Hayes each scored a 3 goals a piece with Evan Menard also picking up a goal. Jake Kiah had 2 assists, Charlie Helenbrook, Dominic Moilinari and Charlie Helenbrook all picked up assists. Dan Caamano and Jake Kiah combined in goal for 6 saves.

U12 GIRLS IMPROVE TO 5-1

The FC Freeze U12 girls improved their record to 5-1 with a decisive 7-1 win over Thousand Islands Soccer Club (TISC) last Friday on the SLU campus. FC Freeze started pounding well placed shots at TISC goalie early. Anourine Pullano scored first with a ball fired past TISC goalie’s outstretched hands. The assist went to midfielder Rylee Dennis. Two minutes later, Pullano scored an unassisted goal.

Not to be outdone Olivia Mace then scored twice. Both of Mace’s goals were assisted by Dennis as the Freeze worked their way to a 4-0 halftime lead.

Two minutes into the second half, Sophia Janoyan scored with Dennis’s fourth assist of the game. Eight minutes later, Dennis scored from a pass from Shannen Gallagher. With 14 minutes left in the game, Pullano dribbled through traffic and scored an unassisted goal to complete her first hattrick of the season.

Players who also provided quality time on the field in the convincing win included Natalie Cowen, Laura Dudek, Shannen Gallagher, Liz Peo and Louisa Moosbrugger. Sharing crease duties were Clara Maine, Erica Sloan and Katie Cowen as the Freeze outshot TISC 15-5.

The Freeze don’t return to action again until Friday, July 12, with a game at the Indian River Town Park. Their next home game is Friday, July 19, at 5:30 p.m. at SLU.




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