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MASSENA — Iastha Porter scored one goal and assisted on the other as Massena denied visiting Potsdam a chance to clinch the Northern Athletic Conference Central Division title Monday with a 2-0 girls soccer victory.

Bailey Dillabough scored and Bailey Young made four saves to preserve the shutout for Massena (9-6 overall, 8-5 division), which has won eight of its last nine games.

Potsdam fell to 11-2-2, 9-2-2.

MALONE 1, CANTON 0

Senior Alyssa Tatro scored with just over a minute left to give Malone a Central Division victory over Canton in Malone.

Abigail Collins provided the assist and Jayme Lavoie made 11 saves in the shutout for Malone (10-4-1 9-3-1).

The Golden Bears dropped to 11-4, 9-4.

Malone and Canton are both within striking distance of Potsdam for the division title with one game remaining for each team.

GOUVERNEUR 3, SALMON RIVER 1

Emily Bush provided a pair of goals to lead the Wildcats past the Shamrocks in a Central Division game in Gouverneur.

Taylor Andrews made eight saves and Jackie Ward added a goal for Gouverneur (9-4-1, 8-4-1).

Salmon River fell to 4-11, 4-9.

LISBON 3, HAMMOND 1

The Golden Knights scored three unanswered goals in the second half to capture the West Division victory over the Red Devils at Hammond.

Beth Crowley scored twice and assisted on the other goal Lisbon (11-2-2, 10-2-1).

Courtney Bova scored in the 18th minute for Hammond (10-4, 9-4).

HEUVELTON 2, HARRISVILLE 0

Logan Tallman scored in the first half and Alexis Weidner connected in the second for the Bulldogs, who clinched the West Division title with a victory over the host Pirates (3-10-2, 3-8-2).

Paige McCormick recorded four saves in the shutout for Heuvelton (13-0-2, 12-0-1), which is ranked No. 8 in the state.

EDWARDS-KNOX 2, MORRISTOWN 1

Dakotah Bacon and Arael Scott supplied a goal apiece as the Cougars beat the Green Rockets in a West Division game in Edwards.

Kelsey White and Jadilyn Bullock combined for six saves for Edwards-Knox (5-9).

Jessica Geddes scores for Morristown (2-9-2).

CHATEAUGAY 5, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 0

Hannah Cook contributed two goals as the host Bulldogs remained unbeaten with an East Division victory over the Panthers (11-3, 8-3).

Katie Beach scored and added an assist for Chateaugay (14-0-1, 13-0), which is one victory away from its second straight undefeated regular season.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 6, ST. REGIS FALLS 0

Kenzie Traynor scored in her return from injury to help the Panthers rout the Saints (0-14, 0-12) in an East Division game in Brushton.

Meagan Martin and Lindsey McKernan each scored in the first start of their respective varsity careers for Brushton-Moira (8-3-3, 8-3-2).

ST. LAWRENCE 1, COLTON-PIERREPONT 1

Ashley Cayea scored in the 19th minute for the Saints, but Morgan Doyle then scored for the Colts as the East Division game ended in a tie at Colton.

Tera Douglass provided the assist for St. Lawrence (3-11, 3-9).

Madison Gregg set up the goal for Colton-Pierrepont (6-8-2, 5-7-1).

BOYS SOCCER

SALMON RIVER 3, GOUVERNEUR 0

Bryton Burns assisted on all three goals as the Shamrocks shut out the Wildcats (1-14-1, 0-11) in a Central Division game in Fort Covington.

Antoine Domino scored twice for Salmon River (5-9, 3-7).

MORRISTOWN 2, EDWARDS-KNOX 0

Jake VanAtnam and Zach Kanaly scored to power the Green Rockets past the Cougars (6-7-1, 6-6) in a West Division game at Morristown.

Tristan Gilmour provided an assist for Morristown (10-3).

HERMON-DEKALB 4, CLIFTON-FINE 1

Cameron Hance scored two unassisted goals to power the Demons to a West Division victory over the Eagles (0-14-1, 0-13) in Star Lake.

Steven Woods and Riley O’Donnell each added a goal for Hermon-DeKalb (3-10-1, 3-8-1).

GIRLS SWIMMING

MASSENA 48, OFA 46

The Red Raiders swept the top two places in the 400 freestyle relay, led by the winning quartet of Emily Hurlbut, Sydney Lewis, Kalie Peets and Abby Elman, to pull off a dramatic NAC victory over the Blue Devils in Massena.

Massena trailed 45-39 going into the final event. Hurlbut also placed first in the 200 and 500 freestyle events for the Red Raiders (8-2).

Susie Morrow and Julia Mullin each won two events for OFA (6-3).

POTSDAM 60, SALMON RIVER 33

Ali Frascatore, Emma Kroll and Emma Visser each won two events to lead the Sandstoners to the Division II victory over the Shamrocks at Fort Covington.

Frascatore captured the 200 and 500 freestyles, Kroll won the butterfly and 200 individual medley, and Visser claimed the 50 and 100 frees for Potsdam (6-3).

Lauren Martin won the breaststroke and contributed to two relay victories for Salmon River (2-7).

VOLLEYBALL

OFA 3, MADRID-WADDINGTON 0

Emma Hart scored on seven aces to lead the Blue Devils to a West Division sweep of the Yellowjackets, 25-15, 25-21, 25-17, in Madrid.

Terry Perry provided 12 assists for OFA (11-4, 7-2), which won its third straight match in straight sets.

Jazmine Trombley tallied six digs and four points for Madrid-Waddington (4-11, 3-6).

EDWARDS-KNOX 3, POTSDAM 0

The Cougars (6-9, 5-4) upset the division-leading Sandstoners in straight sets, 26-25, 25-14, 25-17, in a West Division match at Edwards.

Victoria Mondragon finished with five aces and two kills for Potsdam (12-2, 8-1).

CANTON 3, GOUVERNEUR 0

Beth Pearson provided four kills and four service points as the Golden Bears swept the Wildcats, 25-14, 25-18, 25-13, in an East Division match at Canton.

Rachel Sanderson finished with 12 points, two aces and two assists for Canton (6-9, 4-5).

Mackenzie McBribe paced Gouverneur (0-15, 0-9) with 11 points, four aces and two digs.

CHATEAUGAY 3, TUPPER LAKE 0

Sam Richards provided four kills as the Bulldogs swept the Lumberjacks, 25-10, 25-14, 25-19, in an East Division match at Chateaugay.

Kendra King and Kylie Hanley paced Chateaugay (15-0, 9-0) with nine service points apiece.

Tupper Lake is 2-12, 0-8.




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