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Stone helps Massena forge overtime tie with Canton in Division I hockey

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CANTON — Dylan Stone scored with less than two minutes to go in regulation as the Massena hockey team scratched out a 2-2 overtime tie with Canton in a Northern Athletic Conference Division I game Wednesday night.

Dalton Mullin set up both goals for the Red Raiders (5-3-1, 3-1-1). Anthony Cortese netted a first-period goal, while Connor Paquin made 20 saves for Massena.

Jacob Watson turned aside 38 shots for the Golden Bears (2-5-1, 0-1-1). Andrew McCormick and Josh Parker each scored for Canton.

POTSDAM 6, TUPPER LAKE 1

Chad Varney notched a hat trick as the Sandstoners routed the Lumberjacks in an NAC interdivision game at Tupper Lake.

Logan Ford scored a pair of goals for Potsdam (5-2, 2-0).

Jon Kopp scored for Tupper Lake (0-7-1, 0-6).

MALONE 6, SARANAC 5

Tyler Head and Tanner Studlack each scored twice as the Huskies held off the Chiefs for a nonleague win in Malone.

Joey Brown made 34 saves for Malone (5-1-1).

Matt McCasland paced Saranac (2-5-1) with a hat trick.

BOYS BASKETBALL

THOUSAND ISLANDS 83, SACKETS HARBOR 40

Quincy Aubertine poured in 33 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as the Vikings routed the Patriots in a Frontier League crossover game at Clayton.

Reed Donnelly added 17 points and five assists for Thousand Islands (7-2).

Colton Belcher supplied a season-high 19 points for Sackets Harbor (5-4, 4-4).

SANDY CREEK 56, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 41

Tyler Swarthout netted 17 points as the Comets downed the Panthers in a crossover matchup at Sandy Creek.

Zach Halsey added 16 points for Sandy Creek (4-4).

Matthieu Corron paced Belleville Henderson (1-8, 1-7) with 14 points.

SOUTH LEWIS 81, LAFARGEVILLE 58

Jason Martin posted 28 points, 10 rebounds and six assists to guide the Falcons to a crossover victory over the Red Knights at Turin.

Shawn Loomis pitched in with 14 points, and Dylan Marolf and Josh Wheeler supplied 13 and 10 points, respectively. Matt Mooney grabbed 12 rebounds for South Lewis (6-4).

Eric Doolittle scored 16 points, while Matt Strader and Tim Cramer added 10 points apiece for LaFargeville (1-7).

CLINTON 78, WATERTOWN 61

Mike Hayduk scored 18 points to lead a balanced attack as the host Warriors won a nonleague game.

Anthony Rizzo and Malaquias Caneri each contributed 16 points for Clinton (7-2), and P.J. Ziemba finished with 15 points.

The Warriors led 22-13 after one quarter and 44-29 at halftime before pulling away in the second half.

Mason Phillips scored a game-high 24 points to pace the Cyclones (2-7).

LISBON 62, HERMON-DEKALB 36

Adam Felt scored a game-high 20 points as the Golden Knights downed the Demons in an NAC West game at DeKalb Junction.

Jake Putney chipped in with 17 points for Lisbon (4-4, 3-3).

Cody Merritt collected 12 points for Hermon-DeKalb (2-7, 2-4).

POTSDAM 103, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 23

The Sandstoners reeled off the game’s first 36 points as they routed the Flyers in a nonleague game in Norfolk.

Konnor Bigwarfe registered a career-high 31 points for Potsdam (5-2), including five 3-pointers.

Norwood-Norfolk fell to 0-9.

MASSENA 54, ST. LAWRENCE 26

Zack Rusaw anchored the Red Raiders with 19 points as they beat the Larries in nonleague play at Brasher Falls.

Joey LaBelle added 15 points and Rhoades Tarbell had 12 points for Massena (3-2).

Zane Ramsdell scored 14 points for St. Lawrence (2-5).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

POTSDAM 42, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 35

Bre Sapp scored a game-high 13 points as the Sandstoners gained their first win of the season by beating the Flyers in a nonleague game in Norfolk.

Shanielle Chambers contributed 11 points for Potsdam (1-6).

Cadence Hunkins scored a career-high 18 points for Norwood-Norfolk (1-6).

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