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P-H edges M-W in NAC East girls soccer; C-P earns shutout

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MADRID - A fast start withstood a strong finish on Monday as Parishville-Hopkinton outlasted Madrid-Waddington 3-2 in NAC East Division varsity girls soccer action on Monday.

The Lady Panthers entered the game ranked 14th in the latest New York State High School Sportswriters Class D poll (7-2, 4-2 NAC East) struck just 43 seconds into the game went on to score all three of their goals in the first 16 minutes before going on to post the win as M-W cut the deficit to 3-1 with less than two minutes left in regulation.

Brianna Hayes gaves the Lady Panthers the quick lead when she connected from Kodi Perkins. The senior duo switched roles for the second P-H goal in the eighth minute before Alyssa Sloan converted on the rebound of a shot by Hayes in the 18th minute for what would prove to be the game-winner.

“We got off to a good start but Madrid-Waddington didn’t quit. We had a few mistakes midway through the first half and late in the game but with such a large bench I need to get some those players into the game. We just didn’t mark on their two goals,” said P-H coach Evan Harper.

“Parishville-Hopkinton came right at us. We played better as the game moved on and at the end we just ran out of time,” said M-W coach Gary Tischler.

Blake Orosz scored the first Jackets (2-6-1, 2-5 NAC East) goal in the 26th minute of play from Desiree Pryce. Kaleigh Field pulled M-W to within one when she knocked the ball into the back of the net through a scramble in front of the goal that began with a well-placed corner kick from the right by Sam Dugan with 1:45 left in regulation.

Marlee Wilson provided four saves handling crease duties for P-H (7-2, 4-2) while

Marlaina Bush (9 saves) and Arianna Ramsey (8 saves) combined to backstop the M-W (2-6-1, 2-5) effort.

In the other NAC East encounters on Monday, top-ranked Chateaugay surged past St. Lawrence Central 5-2 and Colton-Pierrepont blanked St. Regis Falls 6-0 while Brushton-Moira battled Tupper Lake to a scoreless draw.

Chateaugay 5, SLC 2: After tieing Heuvelton on Saturday at Clarkson University, the Bulldogs regrouped scoring the first four goals against the Larries in Chateaugay.

In the 9th, Brianna Cook scored from Danielle Charland. Charland made it 2-0 three minutes later from Katie Beach. Charland scored her second straight in the 22nd ninute from Beach and Hannah Cook connected unassizted in the 24th for a 4-0 halftime lead.

Lindsey Thayer got the Larries on the board in the 60th unassisted and Rachel Groebler connected from Thayer in the 67th to cut the deficit to 4-2 but Rachel Young tucked home Charland’s second assist to go with two goals in the 72nd.

Kennedy Boyea (3 saves), Kayley Whyte (3 saves) and Abby Cowan (0 saves) shared crease duties for Chateaugay (7-0-1, 6-0).

Haleigh Agans made 12 saves for SLC (2-7, 2-5 ).

C-P 6, SRF 0: At Swift Field in South Colton, the Lady Colts (3-5, 2-4 NAC East) broke away from a 2-0 halftime lead with four second half goals. Morgan Doyle started a hat trick with the eventual game-winning goal in the 20th minute before going on to score in the eight and 27th minutes of the second half.

Madison Gregg scored unassisted in the 34th for C-P. Andrea Aldous and Hailey Hennessy struck for single goals in the 59th and 75th minutes respectively.

Kathryn Miller made two saves for the shutout. Sara Brockway stopped 30 shots for St. Regis Falls (0-8, 0-6).

Tupper Lake 0, Brushton-Moira 0: At Brushton, Ashley Debeer made 20 saves for the host Panthers (6-1-1). Brooke Dewyea had 15 saves for Tupper Lake (4-1-1, 4-3-1).

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