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Potsdam wins second Central Division contest

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POTSDAM - Potsdam Central School picked up its second league win of the season in Northern Athletic Conference Central Division play on Thursday with a 2-0 win over Salmon River.

The Stoners (5-4, 2-3 NAC Central) opened the scoring when Ebuka Ononye connected from Jake Mitchell in the 23rd minute. Ononye scored again in the 29th from Dillon Emerson and Nick Vaccaro.

Ashley Herrick stopped six shots for Potsdam’s shutout while Zach Smith made 10 saves for the 3-6, 1-4 NAC Central Shamrocks.

In other NAC Central play, Massena fell to Malone 3-0 and Canton and OFA played to a 1-1 tie.

In NAC West play, Lisbon and Harrisville tied 1-1, Morristown beat Hammond 4-1, Heuvelton and Hermon-DeKalb tied 1-1, and Edwards-Knox denied Clifton-Fine 1-0.

Malone 3, Massena 0: Franklin Academy senior Kody Mulverhill scored all three Malone goals as the Huskies improved to 4-2 in league play, 5-3 overall. The loss drops Massena to 2-3 in the NAC Central Division, 3-6 overall.

Mulverhill capitalized on hard work from teammates Alex Johnson and Isai Paredones and put home the eventual game-winning goal seven minutes, 24 seconds into the game.

The FA senior would strike again at 21:37, this times receiving a nice chip pass from Adam Beane to give Malone a 2-0 lead at the break.

Mulverhill would complete the hat trick midway through the second half on a crossing pass off the foot of Davis Sprague. Mulverhill slid into the shot with his left foot and one-timed the insurance marker past Massena goalie Cameron Marsh.

Canton 1, OFA 1: At Roger Dusharm field, OFA and Canton went into Thursday’s NAC Central Boys Soccer game undefeated and tied atop the division standings.

The came out the same way at 4-0-1 after a 1-1 tie which OFA Coach Matt Morley said showed a lot about his team.

“We were really tested today and for the first time all season we had to come from behind. Canton is a very good team,” said Morley who will lead his team to Chazy on Saturday a nonleague test against the reigning New York State Class D Champions.

Canton opened the scoring in the 12th minute of the game when Josh Huiatt converted in a scramble after a direct kick settled into a maze of players. The Devils pulled even when Rudy Binion buried a hard-low shot from the 18 yardline.

OFA’s Jake Sias and Canton’s Scott Wight both finished seven-save efforts with tough saves in overtime.

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