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NAC roundup: Mende’s OT goal propels Golden Bears past Huskies

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MALONE — Matt Mende scored a power-play goal 53 seconds into overtime to give the Canton boys hockey team a 4-3 victory over host Malone on Saturday in an Northern Athletic Conference interdivision game.

Cody Moore scored with just less than nine minutes in regulation to send the game into overtime for the Golden Bears (7-7-1, 5-2-1).

Andrew McCormick and Cole Zeller also scored while Jake Facey provided 21 saves for Canton.

Bailey Conklin, Kyler Head and Trevor Cooley all scored for the Huskies (5-11-1, 4-8-1).

MASSENA 5, POTSDAM 3

Three goals in a 91-second span in the first period put the host Red Raiders in front and they cruised to a Division I victory over the Sandstoners to remain unbeaten in league play.

Zach Kozkan, Jeremiah Reagan and Patrick Manning scored the early goals for Massena (13-4, 11-0).

Logan Green scored twice for Potsdam (6-9-1, 5-4-1).

In a pair of games from the Islanders Memorial Tournament, the Islanders claimed a 4-3 victory over Ogdensburg Free Academy, and Norwood-Norfolk beat Immaculate Heart Central, 5-3.

BOYS BASKETBALL

CLIFTON-FINE 53, HERMON-DEKALB 47

Jake Folsom and Chase Koster scored 15 and 13 points, respectively, as the Eagles captured their first victory of the year in a West Division game against the Demons in DeKalb Junction.

Carl Provost added 11 points for Clifton-Fine (1-13, 1-11).

Cody Merritt scored 17 points for Hermon-DeKalb (2-14, 1-11) and Reilly O’Donnell added 15.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

ST, LAWRENCE 50, GOUVERNEUR 43

Rebecca Bulsiewicz helped Gouverneur send the game into overtime by scoring with three seconds left, but the Larries outscored the Wildcats 9-2 in the extra session for a Central Division victory.

Lindsay Thayer led all scorers with 21 points, including 7-for-15 at the foul line, for St. Lawrence (10-5, 7-4).

For the Wildcats (5-10, 2-9), Bulsiewicz tallied 15 points.

MASSENA 53, POTSDAM 39

Samantha Villnave scored 13 points and the Raiders used a 23-10 fourth-quarter advantage to defeat the host Sandstoners in a Central Division game.

Jaylee Jones and Bailey Young each scored 12 points for Massena to improve to 5-10, 4-7.

Sarah Vilvamore pumped in 15 points leading all scorers for Potsdam (1-15, 0-12).

HERMON-DEKALB 81, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 14

Hunter Hitchman delivered 30 points, hitting five 3-pointers, to go with eight rebounds, five assists and four steals as the Demons routed the Panthers (4-8) in an interdivision game at Parishville.

Courtney Harrington delivered 23 points, seven rebounds and four assists, while Morgan Stott added 14 points and six steals for Hermon-DeKalb (13-1), which led 45-3 at halftime.

IHC 53, HARRISVILLE 28

Anna Garrabrant’s 20 points helped the Cavaliers rout the Pirates in a nonleague contest at Harrisville.

Jaid Baytos recorded a double-double of 16 points and 13 rebounds for IHC (4-10).

Georgi Baker scored eight points for Harrisville (1-8).

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