Norwood-Norfolk avenged one of its losses by claiming a 2-0 shutout over St. Regis Falls for its fourth win of the season in NAC East Division varsit boys soccer action Friday.
Meanwhile, host Madrid-Waddington and Parishville-Hopkinton played to a scoreless tie while Brushton-Moira knocked off Colton-Pierrepont 1-0 in overtime and Chateaugay denied St. Lawrence Central 3-1.
N-N 2, St. Regis 0: Zeb Brown connected for a single goal in each half for the Flyers (4-6, 3-5 NAC East) at home against St. Regis Falls (3-4-1 NAC East). Brown scored from Ian St. Andrews in the 16th minute and on a penalty kick in the 50th. Garrett Waite made 10 saves for the Flyers. Mike Smith stopped eight shots for the Saints.
P-H 0, M-W 0: It was just another Madrid-Waddington vs. Parishville-Hopkinton East Division rivalry. It was intense. Both teams played very well and both teams goalies and defenses worked very hard, said M-W coach Jeff Stein whose team stayed unbeaten at 8-0-1 in NAC East, 9-1-1 overall with a 12 save effort from T.J. Gagnon.
Kobe Wells had 12 saves for the Panthers (6-1-3, 4-1-3).
B-M 1, C-P OT: Patrick McKernan scored in the 85th minute from Adam Martin for the Panthers first win of the season. Taylor Tallman had six saves for the Panthers (1-6-1). Bruce Avery (eight saves) and Pat Martin (eight saves) shared the crease for the 2-7-2, 2-5-2 NAC East Colts.
Chateaugay 3, SLC 1: Nick Ashline produced the first two goals of the game for host Chateaugay (7-2-1, 6-1-1 NAC East) in a win over the Larries (1-7-1, 1-5-1 NAC East).
Ashline scored from Nick LaPlante and Seth Young which was followed by a goal from Young assisted by Reid LaPlante.
Matt Frary scored from Cody Meacham for the Larries.
Josh Trombley made just one save for Chateaugay. Hadyn St. Hilaire made 13 saves for St. Lawrence.
Parishville-Hopkinton 3, Tupper Lake 0: Brianna Hayes scored bookend goals for the visiting Panthers (8-2, 5-2 NAC East). She opened the scoring in the first minute assisted by Nicole White.
Hayes and White then combined to set up Olivia Collins two minutes later and the Lady Panthers never looked back as netminder Marlee Wilson was counted on to make just three saves backstopping the shutout.
Our defense played very strongly, noted P-H coach Evan Harper, who moved eight victories away from the 400-win plateau for his career while citing the backfield efforts of Dona Colbert, Cassara Cole, Kate Colbert, Taylor Scovil and Miranda Collins.
Hayes closed out the scoring against Tupper Lake in the second half off a corner kick.
Brooke Dewyea made 15 saves working the Tupper Lake (4-6-1, 4-4-1) crease.
The Lady Panthers are slated to host SLC on Monday.