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OFA Girls secure needed win


The OFA Girls Lacrosse team really needed a win as it hosted Salmon River on Thursday.

Coming off two disappointing losses and a heart-wrenching one-goal loss to undefeated Potsdam, the Lady Devils (2-5 2-3 NAC) methodically secured a 15-5 victory.

“We really needed a win today and the girls went out and got it. And it was a nice win because it was a team effort. Courtney Sherwin anchored our defense and Nicole Hammond did a nice job moving out of the defense and getting involved in the offense,” said OFA Coach Lauren Morley who will lead her team into nonleague action at General Brown today.

“We had some different people score today, Kaitlin Sheppard had her best scoring day of the season with four goals and four assists, our ball movement was very good and defensively we did a nice job of sliding over.”

Sheppard’s four goals and four assists led the winning offense which featured excellent transition sequences highlighted by Nicole Hammond advancing from the defensive backfield to score three goals.

Mackenzie Bresett delivered a series of solo rushes through traffic in netting two goals with one assist and Carly Garrison tallied a pair of goals with some well-timed moves around the net. Sky Hoover delivered one goal and one assist, Hunter Shaver scored once and Zendel Cordwell passed out an assist.

OFA’s netminding combination of Erica Chase and Marissa Foster combined for five saves and Kierra Pyke finished with six saves for Salmon River which impressed Coach Morley with its open field capabilities.

“Salmon River was a very fast team which made some excellent runs,” she said.

“They were very aggressive but they were just too aggressive at times and picked up a lot penalties in the defensive zone.”

Jaiden Mitchell and Victoria Thompson each scored two goals for SR (0-4, 0-3 NAC) and Jena Thompson netted a solo marker.

LAX FAX: OFA’s home game on Tuesday with Heuvelton will be a 6:30 p.m. start after a home track meet. OFA’s boys game with Saranac Lake tonight will start at 7 p.m. after a home track meet which will draw a 4 p.m. start.


CANTON - Nine players contributed a point for Canton (2-2) which led 7-3 at halftime and cruised to a 13-5 victory over Heuvelton. Rachael Huntley generated three goals and two assists to pace Canton. Tess Knight delivered three goals and one assist while Alison Noble added two goals and two assists and Lacy Kenny added a goal and one assist. Mollee McMasters contributed a goal and one assists while M. Boak and Macy Huntley each scored once.

Megan Howard had 6 saves for Canton.

Jackie Sovie scored three times for Heuvelton (1-4 NAC). Ashlyn Piercey added a goal and one assist while Maddie St. Pierre scored once. Heather Thompson stopped eight shots for the Bulldogs.

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