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OFA had its moments in Monday night’s 21-15, 25-12, 19-25, 12-25, NAC interdivisional girls volleyball loss to Malone.

Moments which Coach Sue McLean felt would help the Lady Devils (4-1 West, 8-3) on Wednesday as they host Potsdam (5-0 West) looking to reverse their lone NAC West Division.

“Malone really blocked up the middle with Rachel Lamica who is a definite college level player and that is where we like to attack,” said McLean.

“But we rallied from a 16-4 deficit in the first game and we had a season high 28 digs. That showed that we worked very hard against a high caliber team like Malone.”

Following the Potsdam match the Devis will host a day-long tournament in Monday. Entering the tournament are: Canton, Madrid-Waddington, Northern Adirondack, Edwards-Knox and Peru.

The tournament will begin at 9 a.m. continue throughout the day.

In OFA action at away venues OFA utilized its depth to gain a 49-45 swimming victory over St. Lawrence Central and Canton relied on its depth to down OFA 3-0 in NAC Central Soccer.

DEVILS GEAR FOR REMATCH

Sky Hoover delivered teams highs of eight points, five kills, eight digs and three aces against the Huskies and Taylor Perry (4 points, 2 kills) each delivered six digs and Emma Hart added five with six points, four aces and two kills.

Rounding out the OFA effort were: Grace Mashaw (3 points, Sarah Richer (4 points, 1 dig), Taylor Fisher (1 point, 4 kills, 1 dig,), Shanice Wallce (1 point, 1 dig), Paige Perry (1 point, 1 kill, 2 assists) and Jessie Logan (2 digs).

DEPTH LIFTS SWIMMERS

In the lone varsity swim meet of the day, St. Lawrence Central (4-3) won the majority of the faces but was denied by the 4-3 Devils’ depth.

Leading the OFA efforts were Susie Morrow

who led the 200 freestyle and the 100 backstroke and the duo of Julia Mullin and Natalie Perrigo who registered a 1-2 finish in the 200 individual medley. The foursome of Perrigo, Jillian Hogle, Hunter Shaver and Taylor Briggs who paced the 200 freestyle relay and Chelsea Montroy won the 100 freestyle.

Delivering crucial 2-3s to answer individual SLC wins were: Montroy and Megan Mills in the 50 freestyle, Mullin and Madi Bresett in the 100 butterfly, Shaver and Claire Dufore in the 500 freestyle and Perrigo and Shaver in the 100 breaststroke.

SLC opened the meet by claiming the 200 medley relay with the quartet of Taylor Capozzi, Alex Craft, Hailey Arquiett and Madee Derouchie.

Craft went on to wins in the 50 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke. Arquiett later paced the 100 butterfly in while Carrie Ramsdell led the 500 freestyle.

The Lady Larries closed out the meet on a positive note with Derouchie and Ramsdell combining with Breanna Anderson and Chelsea Savage to win the 400 freestyle relay.

BEARS CONTROL SOCCER

With four starters out, the depth of the Canton Girls Soccer needed its depth to check in against OFA.

It did just that according to Bear Coach Greg Kiah.

“We needed our bench needed to step up. They did and we played very well,” said Kiah whose team improved to 8-3, 6-3 and dropped OFA 2-9-0, 2-8-0.

Emma Pinckney got the Bears on the board in the 11th minute scoring from Johanna Shea. Bailey Hurlbutt tallied just a minute later unassisted.

In the second half, Megan Rosser scored from Sam Mace in the 47th minute to round out the offensive sport for goalie

Katie Clemmer made three saves in the shutout.

Jordan Marcellus made seven saves for OFA.

Canton JV’s 3 - OFA 0: “We played well today and had some great opportunities, but Canton was hustling all over the field,” said OFA Coach Renee Tebo after the Bears scored in each half.

“In the second half we were fighting a strong wind and the ball floated and took some strange bounces. Canton passed well and scored twice in the second half.

Coach Tebo cited Kelsey Pinker ton on defense, Ali Moore and Ashley Barr in the midfield, and Kiera Johnson and Sarah Barr on offense as the leaders of the OFA field effort and Alicia Garcia for a strong six-save effort in goal.

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