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NAC roundup: Heuvelton nips Hermon-DeKalb on late shot

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HEUVELTON — Logan Tallman made a shot from just inside the 3-point line with 8.1 seconds left to give the Heuvelton girls basketball team a 44-43 win over Hermon-DeKalb in an Northern Athletic Conference West Division game on Thursday.

Olivia St. Pierre paced Heuvelton (15-2 overall, 10-2 division) with 12 points and nine rebounds. Bridget Rust led the Demons (14-2, 11-1) with 17 points and Courtney Harrington added 13 points and 10 rebounds.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 50, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 36

Tess Knight and Olivia Parmeter each scored 14 points to help Madrid-Waddington (13-3, 11-1) knock off the Panthers in an East Division game in Brushton.

Meg Martin led Brushton-Moira (10-6, 10-4) with 10 points.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 64, ST. REGIS FALLS 40

Morgan Doyle’s 34 points helped the Colts (5-11, 5-7) defeat St. Regis Falls in an East Division contest in Colton.

Courtney Marsh added 11 points for the Colts.

Madison Greenwood and Jenna Susice each scored 12 for the Saints (3-11, 3-10).

TUPPER LAKE 29, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 22

Katie Zurek scored eight points and grabbed 10 rebounds to send the Lumberjacks (4-12, 3-1) past Parishville-Hopkinton in an East Division game at Tupper Lake. Nicole White scored 10 points to lead the Panthers (4-10, 4-9).

MALONE 48, ST. LAWRENCE 31

Meghan O’Connor scored 13 points and Morgan Fountain tossed in 12 as Malone (16-1, 13-0) beat the Larries in a Central Division game in Brasher Falls.

Chelsea Savage paced SLC (11-6, 8-5) with 14 points and Lindsey Thayer scored 11.

OFA 62, MASSENA 43

OFA used a 24-10 run in the third quarter to come back from a one-point halftime deficit and defeat the Red Raiders (4-12, 3-9) in a Central Division contest in Massena.

Riley Luckie led the Blue Devils (11-6, 9-4) with 23 points. Bailie Young topped Massena with 13 points.

BOYS BASKETBALL

MORRISTOWN 74, EDWARDS-KNOX 60

Jake VanArnam led five Green Rocket players in double figures with 17 points in a West Division win over Edwards-Knox in Russell.

Zach Kanaly scored 15 points for Morristown (11-3, 10-3). Kaden Dandrow led the Cougars (11-6, 9-4) with 23 points.

TUPPER LAKE 61, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 28

Mitch Keniston scored 20 points to send the Lumberjacks past Parishville-Hopkinton (2-14, 1-13) in an East Division contest in Tupper Lake.

Cody LaPierre scored 11 points for Tupper Lake (12-6, 10-4).

COLTON-PIERREPONT 47, HAMMOND 37

John Angleberger produced 14 points as Colton-Pierrepont (6-11) beat the Red Devils in a nonleague contest in Hammond.

Zach Farr scored 11 points and Ethan Knight tossed in 10 for the Colts. Brock Tulley scored 13 to lead Hammond (4-13).

HOCKEY

POTSDAM 5, SALMON RIVER 1

Corson Green scored the first three goals, finishing with four overall, to lift the Sandstoners (7-9-1, 6-4-1) in a Division I game in Fort Covington. Sean David scored for the Shamrocks (7-9-2, 5-6-1).

ST. LAWRENCE 4, MALONE 1

Drew Rose scored twice to help St. Lawrence Central (10-6-1, 7-4-1) defeat the Huskies in a Division II game in Malone.

Lukas Arquiett and Nick Kowalchuk also scored for the Larries. Malone fell to 5-11-1, 4-8-1.

OFA 6, ISLANDERS 2

Burke Comeau scored three goals to send the Blue Devils (8-9, 6-6) past the Islanders in a Division II game in Ogdensburg.

Jon Tayler scored twice and Aaron Roddy also scored for OFA. Kyle Delaney and Brodix Gill scored for the Islanders (4-11, 2-10).

WRESTLING

OFA 59, CANTON 18

OFA produced six pins to defeat the Golden Bears (1-6) in Canton.

Zach Roberts (106 pounds), Josh Wangler (132), Adam Rickett (138), Glynn Breen (145), Bailey Phelps (152) and Jordan McCormick (182) won by pin for the Blue Devils (6-5, 3-3). Canton received pins from Caleb Cunningham (126) and Thomas Lumbard (285).




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