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High school girls soccer: Madrid-Waddington scores early

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MADRID — The Madrid-Waddington girls soccer team scored all its goals in the first half defeating St. Lawrence Central 3-0 in a Northern Athletic Conference East Division game Tuesday.

It was also the consolation game of the John Jeffers Tournament.

Desiree Pryce scored first for the Yellowjackets (1-1 overall, 1-0 division). Blake Orosz scored the second goal and Danielle Hough concluded the scoring for Madrid-Waddington.

Marlina Bush made six saves, and Arianna Ramsey stopped three shots to shut out the Larries (0-2, 0-1).

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 3, TUPPER LAKE 1

Kodi Perkins and Brianna Hayes scored the final two goals to lead the Panthers (3-1, 1-1) in an East Division game in Parishville.

Olivia Collins also scored for the Panthers. Lizzy Zurek scored for the Lumberjacks (1-2, 1-1).

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 4,

COLTON-PIERREPONT 2

Kenzie Traynor scored all four goals for the Panthers (3-0, 2-0) in an East Division win in Brushton.

Andrea Aldous scored twice for the Colts (1-2, 0-1).

CHATEAUGAY 12, ST. REGIS FALLS 0

Hannah Cook scored four goals and assisted on two more as the Bulldogs routed St. Regis Falls (0-4, 0-2) in an East Division game in Chateaugay.

Danielle Charland scored three goals, and Katie Beach added two goals and five assists for Chateaugay (2-0, 1-0).

Rebecca Roach, Abby Barnes and Emily Dwyer also scored.

HAMMOND 5, CLIFTON-FINE 0

Cassie Whalen made four saves as the Red Devils shut out the Eagles (0-2) in a West Division game at Star Lake.

Marinah Simons and Mikayla Horton each scored two goals for Hammond (3-0).

Courtney Bova also scored for the Red Devils.

HERMON-DEKALB 2,

MORRISTOWN 0

Brooke Woodrow scored twice as Hermon-DeKalb blanked Morristown (0-1-1) in a West Division game in Morristown.

Chelsea MacKay made 22 saves for the Demons (1-1).

CANTON 3, MASSENA 2 (OT)

Tori Daley scored off a pass on a corner kick from Kalie Frank in the second overtime to lead Canton (1-0) in a Central Division game in Massena.

Natalie Hurlbut opened the scoring for Massena (0-2, 0-1) after finishing off a play set up by Mia Jermano 11 minutes into the game, but Frank tied the game 20 minutes later.

Frank gave Canton its first lead with an unassisted goal with 9 minutes, 43 seconds left in regulation, but Hurlbut countered just three minutes later off another assist from Jermano.

POTSDAM 9, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0

Annette Rishe scored three goals, and Savarah Aidun added two as the Sandstoners routed Norwood-Norfolk (0-3, 0-2) in a Central Division game in Potsdam.

Kalie Grant scored one goal and added three assists for Potsdam (3-0, 1-0).

Ally Miller, Haley Clark and Jenny Tardelli also scored.

SALMON RIVER 1, OFA 0

Wraven Sunday made five saves to lead the Shamrocks past the Blue Devils (1-2, 1-1) in a Central Division game in Ogdensburg.

Taylor Francis scored for the Shamrocks (1-1, 1-0).

MALONE 6, GOUVERNEUR 1

Morgan Fountain and Gabrielle Collins each scored twice as the Huskies (2-1, 1-0) won a Central Division game in Malone.

Maggie Albu and Katie Lamica also scored for Malone. Bell Hall scored for Gouverneur (0-1).

BOYS SOCCER

MORRISTOWN 7,

HERMON-DEKALB 0

Jake VanArnam scored four goals as the Green Rockets routed the Demons (0-4, 0-2) in a West Division game in DeKalb Junction.

Ryan Vollmer scored two goals for Morristown (1-1), and Zach Kanaly also scored.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

FLYERS UPSET CANTON

By claiming three of the top four spots, Norwood-Norfolk edged defending NAC champion Canton 27-58 and also defeated Brushton-Moira 17-45 in a double-dual meet in Canton.

Canton defeated Brushton-Moira 19-36.

Laura Pierce finished first overall for the Golden Bears in 19 minutes, 51 seconds. Norwood-Norfolk’s Kaycie Saucier was one second behind, followed by teammates Leah Livernois and Hannah Gray.

HUSKIES START 2-0

Rebekkah Bond finished first overall as the Huskies swept incomplete Potsdam and Salmon River teams in a double-dual meet in Malone.

Carrie Pomainville was second and Emily Pomainville was third for Malone.

WILDCATS WIN TWICE

Margeux Simmons and Gabby Dunkelberg finished first and second to lead the Wildcats to a 24-31 win over OFA and also a win over an incomplete Tupper Lake squad in a double-dual meet in Gouverneur.

OFA also defeated the Lumberjacks.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

MALONE CLAIMS PAIR

The Huskies recorded the top 10 overall runners and defeated incomplete Potsdam and Salmon River squads in a double-dual meet in Malone.

Dylan Lavoie won for Malone, followed by Will Bronner and Patrick Gordon.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK WINS TWO

The Flyers took the first three positions to defeat Canton 16-46 and earn a win over an incomplete Brushton-Moira team at a double-dual meet in Canton. Canton also claimed a win over the Panthers.

Norwood-Norfolk’s Kyle Fulk won in 18:24. Adam Saucier finished second and Deven Grant third for the Flyers. Brushton-Moira’s Alex LaFountain was fourth and Canton’s Gage Orologio was fifth.

GOUVERNEUR TAKES TWO

Luke Dunkelberg took the overall title as Gouverneur beat Tupper Lake 23-32 and OFA 19-38 in a double-dual meet in Gouverneur.

Tupper Lake defeated the Blue Devils 23-34.

Jake Erdman finished second for Gouverneur. Donovan Smith finished third for OFA.

VOLLEYBALL

MALONE 3, MASSENA 0

Rachel Lamica scored 19 service points, including 13 aces, to lead Malone to a 25-5, 25-14, 25-23 sweep of Massena (0-2) in an East Division match in Massena.

Janelle Heden added 10 points for Malone (2-0).

CHATEAUGAY 3, TUPPER LAKE 0

Kyle Hanley provided 19 points and 14 assists as Tupper Lake produced a 25-12, 25-2, 25-12 sweep of Tupper Lake (0-2) in an East Division match at Tupper Lake.

Kendra King scored 13 points, and Kira Ducote scored 10 for Chateaugay (2-0).


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