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NAC roundup: Canton wins in cross country

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CANTON — Canton's girls cross country team had the top four individual runners to defeat Potsdam 16-45 and an incomplete OFA squad in Canton. Potsdam (3-3) also earned a win over OFA (2-4).

Laura Pierce was the overall winner for Canton (6-0), finishing in 19 minutes, 35 seconds.

HUSKIES STAY UNBEATEN

Carrie Pomainville was second overall as Malone (6-0) beat host Norwood-Norfolk 26-31 and beat Tupper Lake 15-50. Norwood-Norfolk also earned a 15-50 win over Tupper Lake (1-4). Kaycie Saucier was the overall winner for the Flyers (3-3).

PANTHERS CLAIM TWO

Alexis Snyder was fourth for Brushton-Moira (3-3), but the Panthers had the only complete squad and gained wins over Salmon River (0-4) and host Gouverneur. Gabby Dunkelberg finished first for the Wildcats (0-5).

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

MALONE WINS TWICE

Rourke Marlow finished in first place overall as Malone (6-0) earned 15-50 wins over Tupper Lake (2-4) and host Norwood-Norfolk. The Flyers (4-2) beat Tupper Lake 17-49.

TWO WINS FOR GOUVERNEUR

Luke Dunkleberg was the overall winner as host Gouverneur (6-0) beat Salmon River 15-50 and earned a 22-34 win over Brushton-Moira (3-3). Brushton-Moira picked up a 15-50 win over the Shamrocks (0-5).

OFA WINS TWO

Alex Wood’s runner-up finish lifted OFA (3-3) past Potsdam 26-30 and an incomplete Canton squad in Canton. Potsdam (2-4) also beat the Golden Bears. Ethan Vinson was the overall winner for Potsdam and Jay Kepes led Canton (0-5) with a third-place finish.

BOYS SOCCER

Scott Wight made 18 saves to help the Canton boys soccer team remain in a tie for first place in the Northern Athletic Conference Central Division with a scoreless tie against Ogdensburg Free Academy Tuesday.

The Golden Bears improved to 5-2-3 overall and are 3-1-3 in division play. OFA (4-3-2, 3-1-2) got 10 saves from Jake Sias.

POTSDAM 4, GOUVERNEUR 1

Chris Stone scored two goals for Potsdam (6-2-1, 4-1-1) in a Central Division win over the Wildcats in Gouverneur, keeping the Sandstoners in a tie with Canton for first place. Nnaebuka Ononye and David Caamona also scored for Potsdam. Matt Waugh scored for Gouverneur (1-6-1, 0-6-1).

Massena 1, Salmon river 0

Ian Wilson stopped six shots to shut out Salmon River (1-5-2, 0-4-2) as the Red Raiders won a Central Division game in Fort Covington.

Robert Cameron scored the only goal for Massena (4-2-4, 2-1-4) from Dylan Stone in the 35th minute.

HARRISVILLE 5, HERMON-DEKALB 1

Joey Butts scored twice to lead the Pirates (7-1) past Hermon-DeKalb in a West Division game in Harrisville.

Tim Fowler and Nick Weir also scored for Harrisville. Macauley Snell scored for the Demons (2-7, 2-5).

MORRISTOWN 0, LISBON 0 (OT)

Luke King made seven saves to help the Green Rockets (2-2-1) earn a tie with Lisbon in a West Division contest in Morristown. Jimmy Robinson made nine saves for Lisbon (4-1-1).

HEUVELTON 6, HAMMOND 0

Jeff Arquitt and Aaron Cobb each scored twice as the Bulldogs routed Hammond (0-7, 0-6) in a West Division game in Heuvelton.

Jon Sloan and Joe McDonnell also scored for Heuvelton (6-2, 5-2) and Chris Power made two saves for the shutout.

EDWARDS-KNOX 6, CLIFTON-FINE 1

Jesse Bullock produced two goals for Edwards-Knox (4-2, 4-1) in a victory over the Eagles in a West Division game at Star Lake.

Terry Hall, Dylan Jenack and Abe White also scored for the Cougars. Jacob Folsom scored for Clifton-Fine (0-5).

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 2, ST. LAWRENCE 0

The Panthers scored two goals six minutes apart in the second half to defeat St. Lawrence Central (2-5-1, 2-4-1) in an East Division game in Brasher Falls.

Preston Frank and Anthony Pullano scored for the Panthers (6-1, 5-0). Parker Meashaw made 15 saves for the shutout.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 1, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0

Jacobie Langdon’s unassisted goal lifted the Panthers over Norwood-Norfolk (1-7, 1-6) in an East Division game in Brushton. Taylor Tallman made two saves for Brushton-Moira (4-3, 4-2).

CHATEAUGAY 3, ST. REGIS FALLS 1

Nick Ashline and Tyler Martin scored goals 25 seconds apart in the first half to lead the Bulldogs (3-3-2, 3-3-1) past St. Regis Falls (2-5) in an East Division game in Chateaugay.

Zach Cowan also scored for the Bulldogs.

GIRLS SOCCER

HARRISVILLE 2, HERMON-DEKALB 1

Kathleen Coloney’s unassisted goal sent Harrisville (6-2, 6-1) past the Demons in a West Division game in DeKalb Junction.

Kasey O’Donnell gave Hermon-DeKalb (3-3) a brief lead with a goal in the seventh minute. Janel Swanson tied the game in the 26th minute for the Pirates.

HEUVELTON 5, HAMMOND 2

Alexis Weidner scored four goals paced Heuvelton (8-1, 7-1) in a West Division game in Hammond. Rachel Thornhill also scored for the Bulldogs.

Courtney Bova and Taylor Bowman scored for Hammond (3-4, 3-3).

LISBON 9, MORRISTOWN 0

Gabby Walker scored one goal and assisted on five others as the Golden Knights crushed Morristown (0-7) in a West Division game in Lisbon.

Beth Crowley scored three goals for Lisbon (6-2-2, 5-2). Maddie Vine scored twice and Alex Amo, Samantha Gladle and Katie Sovie also scored for the Golden Knights.

Jackie Sovie made five saves for the shutout.

EDWARDS-KNOX 3, CLIFTON-FINE 2

Harleigh LeBarge’s game-winning goal carried the Cougars (2-6, 2-4) in a West Division game in Russell. Kassidy Keegan and Dakotah Bacon also scored for Edwards-Knox.

Rachel Eibert and Alexis Pomerville had goals for the Eagles (1-6).

OFA 1, CANTON 0

Shannon Tooley scored in the 77th minute to lead the Blue Devils (4-2-3, 3-2-1) past Canton in a Central Division game in Canton. Erica Chase made 10 saves to shut out the Golden Bears (3-4, 3-2).

POTSDAM 1, GOUVERNEUR 1 (OT)

Sierra Gagnon scored the game-tying goal for the Sandstoners (4-3-2, 2-3-1) in a Central Division game in Potsdam. Taylor Hentz scored for the Wildcats (1-3-3, 1-3-2).

MASSENA 5, SALMON RIVER 0

Iestha Porter scored two goals 25 seconds apart in the first half to lead the Red Raiders past Salmon River (2-5-1, 1-4-1) in a Central Division game in Massena.

Kathleen Kassian, Serena Hall and Carlie Leary also scored for Massena (9-1, 7-0). Shannon Casey made three saves for the shutout.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

CANTON SWEEPS

Canton's girls cross country team had the top four individual runners to defeat Potsdam 16-45 and an incomplete OFA squad in Canton. Potsdam (3-3) also earned a win over OFA (2-4).

Laura Pierce was the overall winner for Canton (6-0), finishing in 19 minutes, 35 seconds.

HUSKIES STAY UNBEATEN

Carrie Pomainville was second overall as Malone (6-0) beat host Norwood-Norfolk 26-31 and beat Tupper Lake 15-50. Norwood-Norfolk also earned a 15-50 win over Tupper Lake (1-4). Kaycie Saucier was the overall winner for the Flyers (3-3).

PANTHERS CLAIM TWO

Alexis Snyder was fourth for Brushton-Moira (3-3), but the Panthers had the only complete squad and gained wins over Salmon River (0-4) and host Gouverneur. Gabby Dunkelberg finished first for the Wildcats (0-5).

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

MALONE WINS TWICE

Rourke Marlow finished in first place overall as Malone (6-0) earned 15-50 wins over Tupper Lake (2-4) and host Norwood-Norfolk. The Flyers (4-2) beat Tupper Lake 17-49.

TWO WINS FOR GOUVERNEUR

Luke Dunkleberg was the overall winner as host Gouverneur (6-0) beat Salmon River 15-50 and earned a 22-34 win over Brushton-Moira (3-3). Brushton-Moira picked up a 15-50 win over the Shamrocks (0-5).

OFA WINS TWO

Alex Wood’s runner-up finish lifted OFA (3-3) past Potsdam 26-30 and an incomplete Canton squad in Canton. Potsdam (2-4) also beat the Golden Bears. Ethan Vinson was the overall winner for Potsdam and Jay Kepes led Canton (0-5) with a third-place finish.

GIRLS SWIMMING

MASSENA 65, ST. LAWRENCE 30

Olivia Douglas won two events to lead Massena (5-0) past the Larries in a meet in Brasher Falls that featured two of the NAC’s three remaining undefeated teams. Douglas won the 50-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly for Massena. Cheyenne Padgett won the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke for the Larries (5-1).

CANTON 119, MALONE 51

Alyssa Clifford and Angelina Domena were on winning 200 and 400 freestyle relays and each won individual events as the Golden Bears defeated Malone (2-3) in Canton. Clifford won the 200 freestyle for the Golden Bears (5-0) and Domena won the 500 free.

OFA 111, GOUVERNEUR 54

Mackenzie Comeau, Abby Williams and Maddie Ward each won two events for OFA in a win over the Wildcats (1-5) in Gouverneur.

Comeau won the 200 and 500 frees for OFA (4-2). Williams won the 100 fly and 100 backstroke and Ward won the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke.

POTSDAM 123, SALMON RIVER 39

Shanielle Chambers was on three winning relays and won the 200 IM to help the Sandstoners (2-4) top the Shamrocks (0-6) in a meet at Clarkson University.

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