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High school roundup: Huiatt sparks Canton

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CANTON — Josh Huiatt scored two goals and assisted on another to help the Canton hockey team to a 5-2 victory over Williamsville East, claiming the championship of their own tournament Saturday.

Tanner Sanderson, who was named the Most Valuable Player, also scored for Canton (2-2 overall). Cody Moore provided one goal and one assist, and Mike Huber also scored for the Golden Bears.

POTSDAM 8, CICERO-NORTH SYRACUSE 4

Connor Warden and Josh Sanches each scored two goals to lead the Sandstoners (2-2) in the Canton Tournament.

Logan Ford scored one goal and assisted on four for Potsdam. Josh Locey, Keenan O’Gorman and Max Warden also scored for Potsdam.

SALMON RIVER 2, QUEENSBURY 0

Jarron Jackson made 14 saves to lead the Shamrocks (3-3-1) in the Salmon River Tournament.

Sean David scored in the second period and Kyle Lewis scored in the third for Salmon River. Ronnie Boots assisted on both goals.

MCQUAID JESUIT 3, MASSENA 1

McQuaid Jesuit scored three goals in the third period to defeat Massena in the Salmon River Tournament.

Christian Leonardi, Tyler Gokey and Jack Dugan scored for McQuaid Jesuit.

Tyler Young scored for the Red Raiders (3-3).

ST. LAWRENCE 9, TUPPER LAKE 2

Kody Kocsis and Luke Arquiett each recorded two goals and two assists as the Larries (2-2, 1-1) won a Northern Athletic Conference Division II game in Brasher Falls.

Luke Peets provided one goal and two assists for the Larries. Hayn Demers-St. Hilaire, Nick Kowalchuk and Trent Dow also scored. Elliott Fletcher scored two goals for the Lumberjacks (0-5, 0-4).

MALONE 7, SARANAC CENTRAL 1

Trevor Henderson scored twice to help Malone (3-1) knock off Saranac Central in a nonleague game in Malone.

Jake Henning, Trevor Cooley, Jake Scharf, Kyler Head and Josh Tremblay also scored for Malone.

BOYS BASKETBALL

brushton-moira 67, colton-pierrepont 46

Trent Gary scored 13 points to lead the Panthers (2-2, 1-2) past Colton-Pierrepont in an East Division game in Brushton.

Adam Farr led the Colts (1-4, 0-2) with 16 points and Dan Knight scored 11.

ALEXANDRIA 61, HERMON-DEKALB 37

Nik Shangraw scored a career-high 29 points to power the Purple Ghosts (1-4) past the Demons in a nonleague game in Alexandria Bay.

Cody Merritt scored 12 points to lead Hermon-DeKalb (0-4).

GOUVERNEUR 67, HAMMOND 31

Kurt LaPlante scored 13 points to send the Wildcats (1-2) in a nonleague game in Gouverneur.

Dustin Bullock scored 11 points and Troy Gates added 10 for Gouverneur.

Payton Frisina led Hammond (2-2) with 11 points, and Zech Cunnigham tossed in 11.

COPENHAGEN 55, ALEXANDRIA 31

Brooke Spaulding finished with 12 points and six assists during the Golden Knights’ Frontier League “D” Division victory at Copenhagen.

Maci Spaulding and Brianna Muncy each scored 10 points, and Marinda Allen pulled down nine rebounds for Copenhagen (2-1, 2-0).

Lorraine Beard generated 15 points, and Hannah Lynch added 12 points for Alexandria (2-3, 2-2).

VOLLEYBALL

BEAVER RIVER 3, LOWVILLE 1

Melissa Hunt generated 15 kills and 13 digs to guide the Beavers past the Red Raiders, 18-25, 25-13, 25-20, 25-18, in an interdivision match at Beaver Falls.

Madison Compton contributed 15 digs, 14 points and 10 kills for Beaver River (3-1). Keanna Proulx and Mariah Abel added 17 and 14 assists, respectively, for the Beavers.

For the Red Raiders, Ashlee Sprowl recorded 22 digs. Lindsey Golas hit 10 kills, and Isabelle Hanno distributed 14 assists for Lowville (1-3).

SOUTH LEWIS 3, INDIAN RIVER 0

Jayne Strigle accounted for 19 service points, 12 aces and 10 digs to lead the Falcons to a 25-13, 25-8, 25-13 interdivision victory at Turin.

Zoe Shepherd supplied 12 points, nine aces and four kills, and Marissa Brown added seven kills and six points for South Lewis (4-1, 3-1).


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