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MASSENA — Xavier Viskovich and Zevon Viskovich each scored 16 points to help the Massena boys basketball team to a 74-42 victory over Canton in a Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game Friday night.

Rhoades Tarbell scored 14 points for Massena (3-0 overall and division), and Logan Deshane added 10. Evan LaPoint led Canton (1-2) with 17 points. Francesco Palumbo added 11 for Canton.

MALONE 55, SALMON RIVER 44

Alex Johnson scored 18 points to lead the Huskies (4-1, 2-1) past the Shamrocks in a Central Division game in Fort Covington.

Josh Hynes led the Shamrocks (0-3) with 14 points and Antoine Domino tallied 12.

SACKETS HARBOR 61, LAFARGEVILLE 37

Thomas Burch finished with 15 points and nine rebounds during the Patriots’ Frontier League “D” Division victory over the Red Knights at Sackets Harbor.

Ryan Allen contributed 12 assists, eight rebounds and four steals for Sackets Harbor (3-1, 3-0).

LaFargeville is 1-4.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MALONE 54, SALMON RIVER 34

Rachel Lamica scored 19 points and grabbed five rebounds to lead the Huskies (3-0) past the Shamrocks in a Central Division contest in Malone.

Taylor Poirier tallied 10 points for Malone. Kwio King led Salmon River (2-1) with 12 points and Taylor Francis scored 10.

CANTON 80, MASSENA 30

A 19-point effort from Tori Daley helped the Golden Bears (3-1, 3-0) to a Central Division win in Canton.

Kalie Frank scored 14 points and Natalie DiSalvo tossed in 10 for Canton. Samantha Villnave led the Red Raiders (1-2) with eight points.

OFA 77, GOUVERNEUR 29

Riley Luckie scored 23 points to pace the Blue Devils (3-2, 2-1) in a Central Division win in Ogdensburg.

Meg Dodge added 14 points and nine rebounds for Ogdensburg Free Academy.

Danielle Bullock scored 11 points to lead the Wildcats (1-3, 0-3), and Alisha Way tossed in 10.

ST. LAWRENCE 59, POTSDAM 22

Lindsay Thayer scored 19 points to help the Larries past the Sandstoners (1-4, 0-3) in a Central Division game in Potsdam. Jenna Kesner added 13 points for the Larries (1-2).

HEUVELTON 60, MORRISTOWN 22

Paige McCormick tallied 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Bulldogs past the Rockets (2-3, 1-2) in a West Division game in Heuvelton.

Olivia St. Pierre scored 12 points for the Bulldogs (3-0, 2-0).

MADRId-WADDINGTON 72, ST. REGIS FALLS 22

The Yellowjackets built a 26-2 lead after one quarter and cruised to an East Division win over the Saints (1-1) in Madrid.

Sam Dugan scored 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Madrid-Waddington (3-1, 2-0). Olivia Parmeter scored 12 points and Jenn King and Tess Knight each tallied 10. King also grabbed 11 rebounds for Madrid-Waddington.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTOn 36, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 33 (2 OT)

Nicole White and Kelsey Zenger each scored 10 points to send the Panthers (1-1) past the Flyers in double overtime in an East Division game in Parishville. It was the opening game for the Flyers.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 42, TUPPER LAKE 16

Kirstin Barrett led the Panthers (2-1) with 12 points in an East Division win over the Lumberjacks (0-5, 0-3) at Tupper Lake.

SACKETS HARBOR 54, LAFARGEVILLE 37

Jenna Fields paced the Patriots with 19 points and seven rebounds as they beat the Red Knights for a Frontier League “D” Division win in LaFargeville.

Diana Dotson chipped in with nine points for Sackets Harbor (1-2, 1-1).

Amber Klock scored nine points for LaFargeville (0-7, 0-4).

HOCKEY

MASSENA 3, QUEENSBURY 1

Massena (3-2) scored all three goals in the first period to defeat Queensbury in the Salmon River Tournament in Fort Covington.

Devin Page, Ryan Thomas and Wyatt Wilmshurst scored the goals for Massena. Jordan Robert assisted on two goals.

McQUAID JESUIT 3, SALMON RIVER 2

Craig McCabe scored a power-play goal with 72 seconds left in the game to lead McQuaid Jesuit (5-0) over Salmon River during the Salmon River Tournament.

Salmon River (2-3-1) built a 2-0 lead in the first period off goals from Tyren Boots and Ronnie Boots.

Ben Korpiel and Mike Capicotto also scored for McQuaid Jesuit.

CANTON 3, CICERO-NORTH SYRACUSE 2

Tanner Sanderson scored two goals in the third period to help the Golden Bears (1-2) knock off Cicero-North Syracuse in the Canton Tournament.

Andrew McCormick also scored for Canton.

ST. LAWRENCE 6, CLARKSTOWN EAST 3

Lukas Arquiett and Kody Kocsis each scored generated goals to lead St. Lawrence (1-2) past Clarkstown East during a nonleague game in Brasher Falls.

Arquiett assisted on all of Kocsis’s goals.

VOLLEYBALL

WATERTOWN 3, INDIAN RIVER 0

Kaety Hanlin generated eight digs, seven kills and three aces as the Cyclones gained a 25-9, 25-16, 25-9 Frontier League “A” Division victory over the Warriors in Philadelphia.

Olivia Heiler added 11 assists and three aces, while Stacia Wallace provided nine kills for Watertown (3-2).

Biancca Mendez registered six kills and Meaghan LaClair chipped with four kills for Indian River (1-4).

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

OFA, CANTON CLAIM WINS

Ogdensburg Free Academy’s boys team and Canton’s girls were the winners in the first NAC meet of the season at St. Lawrence University.

OFA finished with 139 1/2 points in the boys competition. Malone was second with 84 and Norwood-Norfolk third with 65. Canton’s girls edged Malone 139-130.

The Blue Devils won the 3,200-meter relay and the 1,600 relay. OFA also received wins from Donovan Smith (600), Sebastian Quinitilliana (1,000) and Jacob Sias (triple jump).

Canton’s girls also won two relays, claiming the 1,600 and 800. Individual wins for the Golden Bears came from Emma Collins (55), Lindsay Proulx (55 hurdles), Rebecca DelRossi (1,000) and Morgan Rosser (triple jump).

Indian River won the boys 800 relay and received wins from Felix Garcia (300) and Densel Barnes (long jump).



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