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CANTON — Emma Rexford hit two free throws with 7.9 seconds remaining to lead the Canton girls basketball team to a 51-50 victory over Malone on Friday, clinching at least a tie for the Northern Athletic Conference Central Division title.

Canton (12-1 overall, 9-1 division) has not won a divisional championship since 1985.

Rexford finished with 19 points for Canton, and Kali Frank added 12.

Abbey Lapage led Malone (8-5, 4-5) with 11 points, and Janelle Heden and Morgan Fountain each scored 10.

OFA 69, POTSDAM 56

Felicia Barr scored 16 points to help the Blue Devils (10-4, 6-3) win a Central Division game in Ogdensburg. Susie Morrow provided 11 points and nine rebounds for OFA.

Breanna Sapp led Potsdam (2-11, 1-8) with 26 points. Chanti Chambers scored 15 points, and Taylor Bonno added 10.

HERMON-DEKALB 48, LISBON 26

Courtney Harrington’s 23-point effort sent the Demons (8-6, 6-5) to a West Division win in DeKalb Junction.

Alex Amo scored 11 points for the Golden Knights (6-8, 4-7).

TUPPER LAKE 42, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 28

Kate Stuart finished with 29 points to lead the Lumberjacks (8-5, 4-2) to a North Division victory in Norwood.

Carlea Weaver scored 16 points for the Flyers (3-11, 0-6).

PERU 54, CHATEAUGAY 25

Megan Mazzela scored 14 points as host Peru earned a nonleague victory. Courtney Boyea scored seven points for Chateaugay (11-2).

BOYS BASKETBALL

ST. REGIS FALLS 47, COLTON-PIERREPONT 22

Caleb Green scored 22 points and Brandon Votra added 19 as the Saints (13-1, 9-1) won an East Division game in Colton.

Scott Boyce led the Colts (6-8, 3-5) with nine points.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 58, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 44

Greg Thompson scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to send the Yellow Jackets to a North Division victory in Madrid.

Maurice Rease scored 15 points, and Richard Weight added 13 for Madrid-Waddington (9-5, 4-3).

Adam Martin led Brushton-Moira (6-7, 3-2) with 14 points.

CHATEAUGAY 54, ST. LAWRENCE 37

The Bulldogs (10-4, 9-1) used an 18-4 spurt in the second quarter to defeat the Larries in an interdivision game in Brasher Falls.

Noah Bowes scored 16 points for Chateaugay and Chad Stalter added 13.

Zane Ramsdell scored 15 points for the Larries (7-8).

EDWARDS-KNOX 53, TUPPER LAKE 32

Kaden Dandrow scored 16 points to lead the Cougars (12-2) past the Lumberjacks in a nonleague game in Russell.

Tyler Tresidder scored 12 points and Chris Davison added 11 for Edwards-Knox. Mitch Keniston scored 12 for the Lumberjacks (8-5).

MORRISTOWN 70, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 32

Dakota Marshall scored 16 points as the Green Rockets (5-8) won a nonleague game in Parishville.

Ryan Vollmer scored 14 points, and Bobby Simmons and Devin Dulmage both scored 10 for Morristown.

Tanner Wilson and Ryan Snyder led the Panthers (0-10) with eight points.

HOCKEY

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 2, OFA 1

A.J. Doran scored both goals for the Flyers (8-6-1, 6-4), including the game-winner with seven minutes left in regulation, during a Division II game in Norfolk.

Jake Garrison scored for the Blue Devils (8-4-2, 7-2-1).

POTSDAM 6, ISLANDERS 0

Trevor Keleher scored three goals as Potsdam defeated the Islanders (5-9-2, 2-8-1) in an interdivision game in Clayton.

Robbie Scott, Brandon Noble and Courson Green also scored for Potsdam (10-4, 6-0).

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

PASTOR BREAKS RECORD

Skylar Pastor broke a 32-year-old record at the NAC Invitational, winning the 300-meter run in 41.2 seconds on SLU’s track. The previous mark was 41.46 seconds set by Malone’s Sue Hutchins.

Pastor, a South Jefferson student who runs for Beaver River, also won the long jump.

Malone’s boys and Canton’s girls earned the team wins.

Rourk Marlow led the Malone boys (144 points) with a win in the 600. Ethan Vinson won the 1,000 and 1,600 for Potsdam (108), which finished second. Massena’s Andrew Brush won the 55 and long jump.

Canton’s girls (121 points)won the 3,200 and 1,600 relays and received individual wins from Lindsay Proulx (55 hurdles), Laura Pierce (1,600) and Rebecca DelRossi (1,000). Malone was second with 103.

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