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NAC lacrosse: Potsdam’s Rishe powers victory over Massena

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POTSDAM — Netti Rishe tallied six goals to lead the Potsdam girls lacrosse team to an 11-6 victory over Massena in a Northern Athletic Conference game Saturday.

Hannah Drechsel added three goals for Potsdam (7-0 overall, 6-0 division). Kalie Grant and Kelly Loran added single goals for the Sandstoners.

Courtney Manley led Massena (2-2, 2-1) with three goals. Shannon Tacy, Devin Kelly and Alanna Pyke also scored for the Red Raiders.

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MASSENA 9, OFA 5

Ross Driscoll scored three goals as Massena (4-2) defeated Ogdensburg Free Academy in Ogdensburg.

Rhoades Tarbell scored two goals for the Red Raiders, and Ryan Thomas, Sako Rourke, Jeff Bain and Cole Allen also scored.

Taylor Richardson led OFA (1-3) with four goals, and Dave Prudhomme also scored.

ST. LAWRENCE 7, POTSDAM 4

A three-goal effort from Marshall Burninghausen helped St. Lawrence Central (3-2) defeat Potsdam in Brasher Falls.

Brody Simons, Luke Collins, Jake Sutton and Stiles Arquiett also scored for St. Lawrence.

Josh Sanchez led the Sandstoners (2-4) with two goals and two assists.

Max Warden registered two goals and one assist for Potsdam.

SALMON RIVER 12, SOUTH BURLINGTON 8

Kason Tarbell scored four goals and assisted on three to lead the Shamrocks (5-0) to a nonleague victory at South Burlington, Vt.

Skye Sunday added three goals for Salmon River. Alan Jacobs scored twice and Kyle Lewis, Skylar Thomas and Lakota Square also scored.

Cam Nolting scored four goals, and Willy Campagne added three for South Burlington.


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