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POTSDAM — The Potsdam girls soccer team achieved its 15th Jeffers Tournament title in 16 years with a 1-0 blanking of Colton-Pierrepont on Saturday.

Tournament MVP Savarah Aidun scored the Sandstoners’ goal, redirecting a crossing pass into the goal 21 minutes into the game.

Potsdam (2-0) dominated play, but goalie Kathryn Miller made 17 saves for Colton-Pierrepont (1-1).

Bre Sapp finished with one save for Potsdam.

The consolation game between Madrid-Waddington and St. Lawrence Central was not played. The two teams are scheduled to meet in league play Tuesday and the tournament third-place winner will be decided then.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 2, TUPPER LAKE 0

Tournament Offensive MVP Kenzie Traynor scored in the first half and Jenna Dufrane in the second half as the Panthers captured the Parishville-Hopkinton Tournament title in Parishville.

Ashley Debeer stopped two shots as Brushton-Moira’s defense made Traynor’s goal stand up for 68 minutes until Dufrane scored with three minutes remaining.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 11, ST. REGIS FALLS 0

Kodi Perkins supplied three goals and an assist and Olivia Collins scored twice as the Panthers rolled to a consolation victory in their own tournament.

Nicole White added a goal and two assists. Kelsey Putnam, Taylor Scovill, Ali Stone and Marissa Paradis each scored for Parishville-Hopkinton (2-1).

BOYS

MALONE 2, MADRID-WADDINGTON 0

Malone won its second straight Jeffers Tournament championship with a shutout victory over Madrid-Waddington in Potsdam.

The Huskies (2-1) played the final 51 minutes with just 10 men on the field and scored the game-winner short-handed on a goal from Brady Monette with six minutes left in regulation. Malone played down a man after receiving a red card for a deliberate hand ball.

Alex Johnson assisted on the go-ahead goal and also scored the Huskies’ first goal against the Yellow Jackets (1-1).

POTSDAM 4, COLTON-PIERREPONT 2

Pat Normandin scored twice in the first 22 minutes of the second half to give the Sandstoners the consolation victory of the Jeffers Tournament in Potsdam.

Ian Vitek and Nnaebuka Onenye each scored in the first half for Potsdam. Normandin and Onenye added an assist apiece for the Sandstoners (1-1).

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 2, MASSENA 1

Preston Frank’s goal with two minutes left in regulation lifted the Panthers to the championship of the Massena Tournament in Massena.

Frank scored off an assist from Logan Johns and won tournament MVP honors.

The Panthers (2-1) rallied from a 1-0 deficit as Anthony Pullano tied the game with a goal in the 51st minute.

Forest Brockway scored for Massena (1-1).

SALMON RIVER 3, HERMON-DEKALB 0

Antoine Domino scored twice in the first half as Salmon River clinched the consolation game in the Massena Tournament.

Bryton Burns supplied a goal and an assist for Salmon River (2-2).

WATERTOWN 2, LOWVILLE 0

Tim Peters and Tyrell Thomas each netted a goal as the Watertown boys soccer team blanked Lowville in a Frontier League crossover game in Lowville.

Noah Taylor made two saves for the Cyclones (2-0).

Darren Ortlieb made 14 saves for the Red Raiders (0-2).

LYME 5, LAFARGEVILLE 2

Troy Wilson, Caden Sanford and Tanner Wiley each contributed a goal and an asssist as the Indians won a “D” Division game at LaFargeville.

Mark Parker and Tristen Walker also provided goals for Lyme (2-0).

Kelly Ryan and Josh Baughn generated goals for LaFargeville (0-2).

SACKETS HARBOR 4, ALEXANDRIA 2

Ethan Dillabaugh scored a goal and assisted on another as the Patriots earned the “D’’ Division win at Alexandria Bay.

Gabe Fedorko, Shea Lynch and Ryan Allen also scored for Sackets Harbor (1-1, and goalie Alex Keegan made seven saves.

Nick Shangraw scored both goals for the Purple Ghosts (0-2).

IHC 5, SANDY CREEK/PULASKI 0

Jude Fusilli and Chris Rowland struck for two goals apiece to help power the host Cavaliers to a crossover victory.

Matt Guyette registered two assists, and Philip Moots also scored for Immaculate Heart Central (2-0), which scored all five goals in the first 30 minutes.

Sandy Creek/Pulaski is 0-2.

COPENHAGEN 3, SOUTH JEFFERSON 0

Antonio Figueroa and Brenden Jacobs teamed up on back-to-back second-half goals, within two minutes of each other, to help the Golden Knights secure a nonleague victory over the Spartans (1-1).

Figueroa and Jacobs each finished with a goal and an assist, while Connor Eddy provided a first-half goal.

Brandon Buckley (2 saves) and Robbie Groff (1) combined for three saves for Copenhagen (2-0).

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

PASTOR, BEAVERS PREVAIL

Skylar Pastor crossed the finish line ahead of 86 other runners to capture the race and help the host team finish second at the South Jefferson Invitational in Adams.

Beaver River’s fastest five runners finished in the top 10 as the Beavers scored 29 points to earn the team title. Nola Pominville and Victoria Rollin were fourth and fifth, respectively.

Jackie Miller was third for South Jefferson.

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