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Second-period burst leads St. Lawrence Central

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FORT COVINGTON — A five goal second period lifted St. Lawrence Central past Salmon River 6-3 in a Northern Athletic Conference interdivision hockey game Saturday night.

Kody Kocsis tied the game at 1-1 in the first period and connected for two of the five goals in the middle period for SLC (8-2, 6-1) to finish with three goals and one assist.

Devin Euto generated a pair of second period goals, and Luke Arquiett added a goal and one assist. Nate McLaughlin made 22 saves.

Skylar Thomas, Jarid Gray and Naylen Laffin scored for Salmon River (1-8-1, 0-5-1).

POTSDAM 3, CANTON 0

Potsdam struck for two goals in a seven-minute span of the second period to gain the NAC Division I victory over host Canton.

Jason Cardinal scored 6 minutes, 25 seconds into the second and Trevor Kelleher added a goal at 11:44.

Logan Ford provided a goal and an assist for Potsdam. Devin Cray made 18 saves for the shutout.

OFA 3, Massena 1

Goalie David Prudhomme made 36 saves to highlight Ogdensburg Free Academy’s Coaches Vs. Cancer game against rival Massena in Ogdensburg.

OFA gained its first victory over Massena since 2010 and its first win at home this season.

Jake Garrison and Evan Kozan scored first-period goals for the Blue Devils (4-3, 4-1). Drew Costigan added a goal for OFA.

Massena is 5-4-1, 3-2-1.

ISLANDERS 4, MALONE 2

Kyle Delaney scored a pair of goals as the Islanders earned the Division II win at Alexandria Bay.

Evan Dier contributed a goal and two assists for the Islanders (4-4-1, 2-4), while Sean Shephard also scored and Trevor Hughes had two assists.

Kelsey Head scored both goals for the Huskies (5-2-1, 3-2-1).

TUPPER LAKE 2, SARANAC 0

Marcus Richer turned away 26 shots as the Lumberjacks scored a goal in each of the second and third periods for their first win of the season.

Bryce Guerette scored from Hudson Sparks and Jon Kopp at 6:50 of the second and Sparks converted unassisted at 11:30 of the third for Tupper Lake.

BOYS BASKETBALL

POTSDAM 68, PLATTSBURGH 35

Konnor Bigwarfe scored 22 points to headline a balanced effort for the Sandstoners in a nonleague victory over the Hornets at Potsdam.

Will Coleman generated 17 points and Shawn Clark added 13 for Potsdam (6-2), who took a 22-6 lead over the Hornets.

Nate Harrington scored 12 points for Plattsburgh.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

CLIFTON-FINE 76, MORRISTOWN 34

In her first game since becoming Clifton-Fine’s first 1,000-point scorer, Hunter Hitchman scored 24 points and added eight assists and seven steals in a Northern Athletic Conference West Division game in Star Lake.

Morgan Skeldon added 17 points, nine rebounds and four steals, and Alexis Pomerville supplied 15 points and six rebounds for the Eagles (5-3, 3-3). Rachel Eibert grabbed 10 rebounds.

Karissa Bertrand scored 12 points for Morristown (0-8, 0-6) in her first game back since suffering a foot injury during soccer season.

Harrisville 48, Edwards-Knox 39

Chelsea Pierce generated 14 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to pace the Pirates over the Cougars in a West Division game in Harrisville. Kathleen Coloney added 12 points, while Janel Swanson scored 10 for the Pirates (4-4, 3-2).

Katie Smith scored 15 for Edwards-Knox (1-6, 1-4).

THOUSAND ISLANDS 43, LAFARGEVILLE 24

Alesha Waterman scored 14 points and Allie Barton added 11 points and 12 rebounds as the Vikings (9-1, 8-1) gained a Frontier League crossover victory in Clayton.

Krysti Brow scored eight points for LaFargeville (2-7, 1-6).

ALEXANDRIA 47, LOWVILLE 38

Lorraine Beard and Hannah Lynch made four 3-pointers apiece as the Purple Ghosts cruised to a crossover win over the Red Raiders at Lowville.

Beard and Lynch finished with 16 and 15 points, respectively, for Alexandria (6-4, 5-3), which led by 27 points after three quarters.

Emma St.Croix scored 14 points to lead Lowville (2-4).

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

Canton , Potsdam win

With Malone unable to travel because of snow, the Potsdam boys and girls teams took advantage Friday at the St. Lawrence University Newell Field House in Canton.

The Potsdam boys outscored OFA 135-117 and the Potsdam girls tallied 104.5 points to place second behind Canton, which won with 146 points.

Chris Stone won the high jump and ran on two winning relays for Potsdam’s boys team. Eubka Ononye won the 600 run and appeared on the 1,600 relay. Peter Clark took first in the 55 dash and ran on a winning relay. Ethan Vinson won the 1,000 and 1,600 and finished on a winning relay.

Laura Pierce and Gemma DelRossi finished 1-2 in the 1,500 for Canton and also appeared on the winning 1,600 relay. Pierce also won the 1,000 and DelRossi appeared on the winning 3,200 relay. Lyndsay Proulx won the 500 hurdles.

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