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Potsdam clinches; Lisbon opens playoffs with win

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POTSDAM — Corson Green scored with 17 seconds left in the second period to give the Potsdam hockey team the lead for good as the Sandstoners won the Northern Athletic Conference Division I championship with a 4-2 win over the Ogdensburg Free Academy Blue Devils on Tuesday night.

OFA (10-6-4 overall, 9-3-2 division) had a chance to win Division II with a victory or clinch the top seed in the upcoming Section 10 playoffs with a tie. St. Lawrence Central, instead, clinched the division.

The Blue Devils took an early lead when Jared Barr scored at 8 minutes, 49 seconds of the first period. Robbie Scott answered with two goals for Potsdam (14-6, 10-2) at 13:37 of the first period and 8:02 of the second to give the Sandstoners a 2-1 lead.

John Taylor tied the game at 2-2 for OFA with a goal at 13:15 of the second. Trevor Keleher added another goal for Potsdam at 2:40 of the third period.

MALONE 2, TUPPER LAKE 0

Tanner Studlack scored one goal and assisted on another to lead the Huskies past the Lumberjacks (1-17-1, 0-14) in a Division II game in Malone.

Cameron Daniels also scored for Malone (9-10-1, 4-9-1).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

LISBON 52, COLTON-PIERREPONT 32

Jackie Sovie scored 20 points as the No. 8 Golden Knights (8-10) defeated No. 9 Colton-Pierrepont in a Section 10 Class D first round game in Lisbon.

Lisbon will play top-seeded Madrid-Waddington at 7:45 p.m. Friday in a quarterfinal at Massena High School.

Beth Crowley added 15 points for Lisbon. Morgan Doyle scored 22 points for the Colts (7-12).

HARRISVILLE 61, EDWARDS-KNOX 36

Kathleen Coloney led the No. 7 Pirates (9-9) with 21 points in a win over the No. 10 Cougars in a Class D first round game in Harrisville. Harrisville will play No. 2 Hammond at 7:15 p.m. Friday at Potsdam High school in a quarterfinal.

Chelsea Pierce scored 17 points for Harrisville. Jadilynn Bullock scored 13 points for the Cougars (2-16), and Kali Sharpstene added 10.

HERMON-DEKALB 69, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 31

Courtney Harrington scored 20 points as the No. 6 Demons (11-8) sailed past the No. 11 Panthers in a Class D first round game in DeKalb Junction.

The Demons will play No. 3 Chateaugay in a quarterfinal at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Potsdam High School.

Bridget Rust scored 19 points and Clarissa Davis added 17 for the Demons. Kodi Perkins scored seven points for the Panthers (2-12).

CLIFTON-FINE 68, MORRISTOWN 13

Morgan Skeldon scored 26 points and grabbed 19 rebounds, along with six blocked shots and five steals to lead the No. 4 Eagles past the No. 13 Green Rockets (0-17) in a Class D first round game at Star Lake.

Hunter Hitchman scored 21 points with 11 steals, eight rebounds and eight assists for the Eagles (15-4), who will face No. 5 Heuvelton in a quarterfinal at 6 p.m. Friday at Massena High School.

Alexis Pomerville added 14 points for the Eagles.

HEUVELTON 70, ST. REGIS FALLS 38

Logan Tallman led the Bulldogs (13-6) with 13 points in a victory over the No. 12 Saints in a Class D first round game in Heuvelton.

Olivia St. Pierre scored 11 points and Lexi Weidner added 10 for Heuvelton.

Brittany Rondeau led the Saints (1-13) with 12 points and Kaitlyn White added 10.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 40, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 34

Caitlyn LaPaige scored nine points for the No. 4 Panthers (7-10) in a Class C first round win over the No. 5 Flyers in Brushton.

The Panthers will travel to play No. 1 Canton in a semifinal at 6 p.m. Thursday. Ayanna Mason led the Flyers (3-15) with 12 points.

VOLLEYBALL

EAST SYRACUSE-MINOA 3, CARTHAGE 2

Rachael Aird recorded 24 kills, six aces, three blocks and 10 digs as the top-seeded Spartans claimed a 25-16, 25-20, 18-25, 14-25, 25-18 Section 3 Class A semifinal victory over the No. 4 Comets at Chittenango.

Kaitlyn Shaughnessy distributed 33 assists, and Safira Lubenovic hit 11 kills and three aces for East Syracuse-Minoa (18-1).

Carthage finished its season at 14-5.

TULLY 3, SOUTH LEWIS 1

Caitlin Noonan accounted for 23 kills and two blocks to help the top-seeded Black Knights scrape by with a 30-28, 18-25, 25-23, 25-21 Class C-1 victory over the No. 4 Falcons at Chittenango.

Abbie Reed handed out 47 assists, while Allison Hughes and Allison Bolt hit 13 and seven kills, respectively, for Tully (19-1).

South Lewis is 15-6.


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