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Heuvelton wins penalty shootout over Madrid-Waddington, Morristown tops Parishville-Hopkinton

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Defending champion Heuvelton, coming from the No. 9 seed in the Section 10 Class D Boys Soccer Tournament, earned another chance to play while No. 5 seed Morristown continued its emergence advancing to the semi-Final round on Tuesday with wins on Saturday.

Heuvelton (6-9-3) forged a tie late with No. 1 seed Madrid-Waddington (13-1-3) at 1-1 at Potsdam High School and earned a 8-7 penalty kick advantage to advance to play Morristown (13-3), which upended No. 4 Parishville-Hopkinton (11-4-3) 2-1 at Potsdam Central.

At Massena Central No. 3 seed Chateaugay (11-6) dropped No. 6 Lisbon (13-3-1) 2-0 and No. 2 seed Harrisville (14-1-2) nipped No. 7 seed Edwards-Knox (7-8-2) 1-0.

Morristown 2, P-H 1: James Richards broke loose at midfield to catch up with a pass from Zach Kanaly and scored the game-winning goal in the 63rd minute of play.

“Luke King had a career game today. He covered a lot of ground in net and made some great stops. Our team played just super. We didn’t do anything flashy but we maintained a very good Parishville-Hopkinton team. James’ goal was just a great effort on his part,” said Morristown coach George Beaulieu.

MCS’s Jake VanArnam scored in the 19th minute of the game from 15 yards out. In the 24th, Wyatt Snell scored unassisted to tie the game for P-H.

King finished with 12 saves for Morristown. Kobe Wells had 10 stops for Parishville-Hopkinton.

Heuvelton 1, M-W 1 (HCS advances on pks): “The team is really excited for the opportunity to play Morristown on Tuesday. They are a good team with excellent speed” said HCS coach David Steele.

“At one point, the shots in the game at 9-2 in favor of Madrid-Waddington but we battled and battled against a very good club. Dylan Liscum had a chance in the sudden death overtime but their keeper was right on the shot. Once we got to the shootout, I looked at my phone and it died. All of our penalty kick shooters list was in it. We practice those and document them and that’s how we come up with our shooters. When the phone didn’t work, I just asked the guys who was on the list and I told them to pick the order.”

For M-W, Kyle Pickering scored in the first half from Jeff Mott. Will Tenant drew the equalizer in the second half for Heuvelton.

In the first round of penalty kicks, Heuvelton and Madrid-Waddington matched at 4-4 with Shane Cryderman, Kaden Pickering, Jacob Barney, and Tyler Robinson scoring in the first through four slots for M-W. Heuvelton answered with Aiden Scagel, Noah Steele, Dylan Liscum and Andrew Streeter.

In the second round, the Bulldogs scored on their first four shooters: Joe McDonell, Ben Jacobs, Ethan Burwell, and Mike Martin and M-W’s first three connected with Harrison VanBuren, TJ Gagnon, and Aaron Armstrong.

Zach Lashomb of Heuvelton stopped 11 shots and Gagnon of M-W posted eight stops.

“Heuvelton showed a lot of heart tonight. Once they got their equalizer at 1-1 you could see that their confidence on the defensive end was starting to peak. Tonight was just one of those games when we had opportunities and they didn’t come through. We had a great, great season. Wrapping up the No. 1 seed was very tough to do and they did it but playoff time is a second season and new life. It’s tough to walk away not advancing but this team truly had a great year,” said M-W coach Jeff Stein.

Chateaugay 2, Lisbon 0: Chad Stalter set up Tyler Jones and Seth Young with 15:55 and 9:00 to play to advance the Bulldogs.

Jones took a short pass from Stalter and rifled a shot which Lisbon keeper Jimmy Robinson blocked with a diving save but the ball rolled over the goal line.

Stalter provided Jones with a diagonal pass to the front corner of the penalty area and the Bulldog striker beat Robinson to the ball and turned a high shot into the net.

“Chateaugay played extremely well and after that first goal we had to bring people up trying to score and they countered,” said Lisbon Coach Bill Reed.

Josh Trombley stopped three shots for the shutout and Jimmy Robinson handed three saves for Lisbon.

“We did a great job with our possessions today and we are healthy after some injuries,” said Chateaugay Coach Bob Ouimet.

“Our sophomores coming off the bench have really been doing a great job.”

Harrisville 1, E-K 0: Tylor Sales scored from Jared Dreythaler in the 31st minute for the only goal of the game. “It was a tight game,” said Harrisville coach Shane Countryman. “They played well.” Zane Mono stopped nine shots for Harrisville and Kaden Dandrow stopped nine for Edwards-Knox.


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