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P-H, M-W girls notch NAC East Division Soccer wins

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Parishville-Hopkinton turned back Tupper Lake and Madrid-Waddington blanked St. Lawrence Central in NAC East Division varsity girls soccer action on Tuesday.

P-H 3, Tupper Lake 1: In Parishville, the Lady Panthers broke away from a 1-1 tie for their second East Division win in three tries. Olivia Collins put P-H on the board with the lone goal of the first half off an assist from Brianna Hayes in the 14th minute but the Lumberjacks pulled even just eight minutes into the second when Lizzy Zurek connected from 30 yards out.

Kodi Perkins countered with the eventual game-winner less than four minutes later assisted by Cassara Cole before Hayes sealed the win by converting on a penalty kick with 6:24 left in regulation.

Marlee Wilson made nine saves in the winning effort by Brooke Dewyea fielded 19 shots for Tupper Lake.

M-W 3, SLC 0: In Madrid, the Lady Yellowjackets struck for three first half goals as a mixture of veteran and youth keyed the win. The game also served as the consolation game of the Jeffers Memorial Tournament hosted by Potsdam Central this past weekend. It was originally slated for Saturday morning.

Desiree Pryce opened scoring on a pretty 1-2-3 passing sequence around the orginated from the 30 yard line in the 12th minute with Hannah Marcellus and Olivia Parmeter assisting. Blake Orosz used a quick move off a pass from Tess Knight to deliver the second goal in the 23rd minute.

Eighth grader Danielle Hough scored from Kaleigh Field in the 30th minute to close out the scoring.

“We played very well together today in the first half,” said M-W coach Gary Tischler, who received six saves from Marlina Bush and three stops from Arianna Ramsey.

Haleigh Agans had 18 saves for St. Lawrence (0-2-0, 0-1-0).

In the other East Division encounters on Tuesday, Brushton-Moira doubled Colton-Pierrepont 4-2 and Chateaugay overpowered St. Regis Falls 12-0.

B-M 4, C-P 2: In Brushton, the Lady Panthers scored the lone goal of the first half then countered an early strike by the Lady Colts to start the second with three straight en route to posting their third straight win to open the season.

Kenzie Traynor opened the scoring in the 30th minute off an assist from Melissa Cox before Andrea Aldous knotted the game at 1-1 six minutes after the halftime break by converting on an assist from Haylee Hennessy.

Traynor then broke the game open with three goals in just over six minutes midway through the half. She put B-M back on top in the 16th minute assisted by Ashley DeBeer then netted an unassisted goal that would hold up as the game-winner a minute later before pushing the Lady Panthers lead to 4-1 in the 22nd assisted by Morgan Allen.

Aldous closed out the scoring with an unassisted goal in the 71st minute.

Micaela McCarthy posted five saves for B-M while Kathryn Miller did likewise for the Lady Colts, who were making their league debut after splitting their games at the Jeffers Tournament this past weekend.

Chateaugay 12, SRF 0: In Chateaugay, Hannah Cook finished off a play set up by Brianna Cook just 2:08 into the game and the Lady Bulldogs never looked back for the win in their league opener.

Hannah Cook finished with four goals and two assists while Katie Beach generated two goals and five helpers as Chateaugay improved to 2-0 overall. Danielle Charland fashioned three goals while Rebecca Roach, Abby Barnes and Emily Dwyer each netted singletons.

The trio Kennedy Boyea, Abby Cowan and Kayley Whyte shared goaltending duties but wasn’t counted on to make a save while Kiana Stowell handled 21 shots for the Lady Saints (0-4, 0-1)


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