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Hermon-DeKalb upsets Parishville-Hopkinton; Lisbon take down Hammond in overtime; Bulldogs roll

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No. 6 seed Hermon-DeKalb pulled out the upset at Massena Central School while No. 4 seed Lisbon won the third meeting with No. 5 seed Hammond in overtime at Potsdam Central to advance to the Section 10 Class D Girls Soccer semi-finals on Monday evening back at Potsdam.

The Knights and Green Demons will join a pair of unbeatens in top-seeded Chateaugay and second seeded Heuvelton.

Lisbon (13-2-2) used a goal with 3:13 left in the second 10 minute overtime to nip 12-5 Hammond 1-0 and will face defending 2012 New York State Class D finalist Chateaugay (16-0-1) at 6:45 p.m. on Monday. The Bulldogs rolled past No. 8 seed Madrid-Waddington (6-8-2) 3-0.

Hermon-DeKalb (11-5-1) rallied from a 1-0 deficit and held off No. 3 Parishville-Hopkinton (13-4) in a final five minute flurry. The Demons will face No. 2 seed Heuvelton (15-0-2) t 5 p.m. The Bulldogs won a 2-0 decision over 7-9-2 Colton-Pierrepont.

Lisbon 1, Hammond 0 OT: “We came out pretty lucky,” said LCS coach Scott Richardson.

“Hammond really controlled the play in the first 50 or so minutes but late in the second half we started to play really well.,” said Richardson whose team battled back from a 9-6 halftime deficit in shots for a 18-10 advantage.

Maddie Vine scored on a shot at the 18 from the leftwing into the right corner of the net off a pass from Hannah Richardson with three minutes remaining in the second overtime.

Jackie Sovie stopped 10 shots in the shutout. Cassie Whalen made 17 saves for Hammond.

Chateaugay 3, M-W 0: At Potsdam, the Bulldogs (16-0-1) took early control scoring 14 minutes into the game as Hannah Cook delivered the first of two goals from a shot from the 12 yards out.

“I thought we did a lot of good things today and we wanted to keep it close - within striking distance - and I thought we did it. But Chateaugay just has too many weapons and they’re skilled and well coached,” said M-W coach Gary Tischler.

Hannah Cook scored from Bri Cook in the first half. Alyssa Cook made it 2-0 in the 59th minute from Katie Beach and Hannah Cook scored unassisted to close out the scoring in the 73rd.

Kennedy Boyea had just one save for the shutout while Arianna Ramsey stopped 11 shots for Madrid-Waddington (6-8-2).

H-D 2, P-H 1: After controlling the block of her own cross, Bridget Rust redirected a chip over the P-H keepers reach into the right corner of the net for the game-winning goal in the 59th minute.

“It was just a tremendous effort for both teams. We got down early and battled back. We put it all together. Defensively, we played very, very well especially at the end as Parishville-Hopkinton continued to press us,” said H-D coach Jan Merchant whose team improved to 11-5-1.

Kodie Perkins scored from Nicole White in the 27th minute for the 13-4 Panthers and Brooke Woodrow converted from Kasey O’Connell in the 33rd minute for the Demons.

Chelsey Mackay made 15 saves for the Demons including two breakaway stops in the final 10 minutes. Marlee Wilson stopped seven shots for P-H.

Heuvelton 2, C-P 0: A goal in each half lifted the 15-0-2 Bulldogs. Maddie St. Pierre scored off a cornerkick in the eighth minute for a 1-0 halftime lead and Alexis Weidner connected from Hannah Thornhill in the 42nd minute to close out the scoring.

Paige McCormick made four saves for Heuvelton and Kathryn Miller stopped three shots for Colton-Pierrepont.

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