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Massena girls lacrosse rolls past Heuvelton


Massena denied Heuvelton 18-4 in Northern Athletic Conference Girls Lacrosse action on Tuesday.

Erin Francis had four goals and four assists in the winning effort as the Lady Raiders worked their way to a commanding 10-2 lead. Alisha Jacobs generated four goals and one helper while Shannon Casey broke through for three goals and Steffanie Premo fashioned two goals and one assist. Contributing solo goals were Alanna Pyke (1 assist), Carlie Leary, Devin Kelly and Megan Hans while Mia Jermano tallied a solo assist.

Jackie Sovie paced the Lady Bulldogs (1-4) with three goals while Olivia St. Pierre struck for the other.

Annalee Beckstead made four saves backstopping the win and Heather Thompson handled 11 shots for Heuvelton.


Canton 15, Colton-Pierrepont 2: Brandon Rodee (2 assists), Gage Emerson (1 assist), Josh Pierson (1 assist), Jack Elberty and Garrett Glasgow all netted a pair of goals in the balanced Canton attack.

Andrew Holden and Gyle Dominy struck for the C-P goals while Isaiah Newtown logged an assist.

Andrew McCormick (5 saves) and Nate Gibson (0 saves) shared crease duties in the win.

SLC 13, Potsdam 4: In Brasher Falls, the Larries built a 5-2 halftime lead before breaking the game open with a 5-1 third-quarter surge. Blake Baldwin (2 goals, 4 assists), anchored a balanced attack with two goals and four assists. Cody Burns (three goals, two assists), and Ian Lynch (three goals, two assists) paced the winning effort,

Cody Compeau had a goal and assist in the losing cause

Kody Kocsis worked the SLC crease for 11 saves.

Massena 10, Saranac Lake 7: The visiting Raiders outscored the Red Storm 3-0 in the third period to open an 8-4 lead before holding on for their third straight win.

Sako Rourke and Rhoades Tarbell anchored the Massena attack with three goals and an assist each. Jeff Stevens and Oliver Holmes both netted hattricks in the losing cause. Kyle Cook worked the Raider crease for 11 saves.

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