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CANTON — Josh Huiatt scored three goals and assisted on two others to lead the Canton boys lacrosse team to a 16-7 victory over Potsdam (2-8 overall and division) in a Northern Athletic Conference game Tuesday at SUNY Canton.

Peyton VanBibber also scored three goals for Canton (9-1, 9-0). Garret Glasgow, Isaac Thrasher and Cody Moore each tallied two goals, and Mark Mahoney and Gage Emerson added single goals.

Potsdam’s scoring was not provided.

SALMON RIVER 21, OFA 2

Blaze White tallied five goals to send the Shamrocks past the Blue Devils (3-5) in Ogdensburg.

Skylar Thomas delivered two goals and four assists, and Myles Delormier added two goals and three assists for Salmon River (8-0, 7-0). Trenton Tarbell also scored two goals for Salmon River.

Dallas Ashley and Andrew Roddy scored for OFA.

MASSENA 8, SARANAC LAKE 6

Sako Rourke and Kendrick Angus each scored three times as Red Raiders defeated the Red Storm (2-4) in Saranac Lake.

Nick Henrie and Ryan Thomas also scored for the Red Raiders (6-4, 6-2). Jeff Stevens scored four goals for the Red Storm and Oliver Holmes added two.

ST. LAWRENCE 10, COLTON-PIERREPONT 0

A five-goal game from Marshall Burninghausen led the Larries past the Colts (0-10) in South Colton. Kody Kocsis made seven saves for the shutout.

Styles Arquiett scored two goals, and Brody Simonds, Nick Randall and Luke Collins also scored for the Larries (5-5).

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

WILDCATS STAY UNDEFEATED

Jacob Erdman and Joshua Uribe each won two individual events as Gouverneur (7-0) defeated Salmon River 179-54 and host Potsdam 159-73 in a double-dual meet. Salmon River (0-3-1) tied Potsdam 106-106.

Erdman won the 1,600-meter run and the 3,200 for Gouverneur. Uribe picked up wins in the 110 hurdles and triple jump.

O’den Robertson won the 100, 200 and long jump for Potsdam (1-3-1).

OFA WINS PAIR

Donovan Smith won three events as OFA defeated Madrid-Waddington 140-82 and Tupper Lake 153-65 in a double-dual meet in Tupper Lake. Madrid-Waddington added a 142-71 victory over Tupper Lake (0-6).

Smith won the 100, 200 and 400 for the Blue Devils (2-1). Ian Hawkins won the shot put and discus for the Yellowjackets (3-3).

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

GOUVERNEUR SWEEPS

Margeaux Simmons won the 3,000 and 400 hurdles to lead Gouverneur (6-1) to a 197-72 victory over Salmon River and 155-135 win over Potsdam in a double-dual meet in Potsdam. The Sandstoners added a 165-81 win over Salmon River (0-4).

Maddie Drechsel won the 100 and 200 for Potsdam (2-3).

BEAVERS SWEEP TRI-MEET

Taylor Moore won two individual events and ran on a winning relay to lead Beaver River to Frontier League wins over South Lewis, 85-56, and Indian River, 73-64, in Turin.

South Lewis defeated Indian River, 75-66.

Moore captured the 3,000- meter run and the high jump and ran on the winning 3,200 relay. Sierra Neddo won the 100 hurdles and triple jump for Beaver River (5-1).

Christina Platt took the 800 and pole vault and ran on the fastest 1,600 relay, and Jordan Lehman won the shot put and discus for South Lewis (2-5).

Lydia Torres was first in the 100 and 200, and she anchored the winning 400 relay for Indian River (1-4).

PASTOR, SPARTANS PREVAIL

Skylar Pastor won the 200 and 400 and the high jump and anchored the first-place 1,600 relay as South Jefferson registered victories over Lowville, 90-50, and Watertown, 119-22, during a tri-meet at Adams Center.

Lowville defeated Watertown 108-24.

Jackie Miller captured the 1,500 and 3,000 for South Jefferson (5-0).

Ellory Roberts claimed the 100, shot put and discus for Lowville (5-1).

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

BLUE DEVILS TAKE TWO

Charlotte Miller won the long jump and ran on a winning 400 relay as OFA (2-1) defeated Madrid-Waddington 171-140 and Tupper Lake 180-101 in a double-dual meet in Tupper Lake. Madrid-Waddington (3-3) defeated Tupper Lake 150-116.

The Lumberjacks (0-6) were led by three multi-event winners: Lauren Bouck (100, 200), Tess Klossner (400, triple jump) and Katie Zurek (high jump, shot put, discus).

GIRLS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 13, GENERAL BROWN 7

Olivia Miles scored four goals and added one assist as host Watertown won a Frontier League game.

Jill Girardi added three goals and two assists for the Cyclones (11-2 overall, 6-2 league), and Alyssa Barrett contributed three goals. Lauren Girardi made eight saves.

Cayla O’Connor led the Lions (9-4, 6-2) with two goals, while Bryanna Fazio had a goal and one assist.

SOUTH JEFFERSON 8, CARTHAGE 5

Morgan Alexander’s three goals led the Spartans to a victory at Adams.

Stephanie Green contributed two goals and two assists for South Jefferson (9-2, 6-1), and Maddie Knapp recorded a goal and three assists.

Mariana Ames led Carthage (8-5, 3-5) with two goals.

INDIAN RIVER 10, IHC 3

Sidney Black scored four goals to pace the Warriors past the Cavaliers in Philadelphia.

Sarah Mattingly contributed two goals and two assists for Indian River (4-6, 1-6) and Brynne LaFave and Kelsi Nabywaniec each scored a pair of goals.

Danielle Pound scored twice for IHC (5-8, 1-7).

BOYS LACROSSE

WATERTOWN 15, OSWEGO 7

Eric Soderquist accounted for three goals and four assists as the host Cyclones secured a nonleague victory.

Noah Taylor registered five goals and one assist, and Brad McKinney contributed four goals and one assist. Austin Gibson made 15 saves for Watertown (10-3).

Ryan Martin scored three goals for Oswego (5-9).

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