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MALONE — Morgan Rosser and Claire Olin each won two events to help the Canton girls track and field team defeat Malone 167-149 in a matchup of undefeated Northern Athletic Conference teams Monday.

Rosser won the high jump and triple jump for Canton (7-0). Claire Olin won the 100-meter dash and the long jump for the Golden Bears.

Rebekkah Bond led Malone (7-1) with wins in the triple jump and 200.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

MALONE 164, CANTON 73

Three athletes captured two events as the Huskies defeated the Golden Bears (4-3) in Malone.

Daniel Badgley won the 110 hurdles and 400 hurdles for Malone (8-0). Tehatakenta Boots finished first in the shot put and discus, and Bailey Fellion won the 200 and 400.

BOYS LACROSSE

INDIAN RIVER 5, COLTON-PIERREPONT 4

Kaleb Loar notched 12 saves as the Warriors won a nonleague game over the Colts (0-12) in Philadelphia.

Logna Prudhomme scored three goals to go with two assists for Indian River (4-11)

GIRLS LACROSSE

POTSDAM 13, CANTON 6

A five-goal game from Kalie Grant led the Sandstoners (10-3, 9-2) past the Golden Bears in Canton.

Hannah Drechsel scored four goals and Nettie Rishe added three for Potsdam.

Tess Knight led Canton (7-3) with two goals and one assist. Claire Bartlett, Rachel Huntley, McKyalee Boak and Mimi Husinec each scored once.

INDIAN RIVER 11, HEUVELTON 10

Sarah Mattingly scored six goals as the Warriors nipped the Bulldogs in a nonleague game in Philadelphia.

Courtney Trudeau added two goals for Indian River (6-8).

Madelyn St. Pierre paced Heuvelton (7-7) with four goals.

CARTHAGE 15, MASSENA 3

Doria Darroch delivered three goals and two assists as the Comets captured a nonleague victory over the Red Raiders (8-4) in Carthage.

Mariana Ames scored four goals, while Carly Sullivan and Jacqueline Williams provided three points apiece for Carthage (10-5).

BASEBALL

TUPPER LAKE 17, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 0

Devin Larson and Broyce Guerette combined to allow just one hit to the Panthers (1-6) in an East Division game in Parishville.

Larson doubled twice for the Lumberjacks (5-3), and Mitch Keniston also added two hits.

MASSENA 6, MALONE 3

Rory Corcoran struck out 12 to lead Massena past Malone (6-4, 5-3) in a Central Division game in Malone. Patrick Manning led Massena (6-1) with two hits.

OFA 15, GOUVERNEUR 3

An eight-strikeout effort from Quintil Liani led Ogdensburg Free Academy past the Wildcats (0-7) in Gouverneur.

John Taylor, Seth Pinkerton and Jonathon Rogers each added two hits for OFA (6-2).

POTSDAM 9-9, CANTON 0-1

Will Coleman won each game as the Sandstoners swept a Central Division doubleheader against the Golden Bears (1-7) in Potsdam.

Coleman also lined two hits in the opener for the Sandstoners (8-1, 8-0). Ben Miller hit a three-run home run for Potsdam in game two.

Softball

Malone 19, massena 0

MASSENA — Anne Sharlow threw a three-hitter to lead the Malone softball team to a 19-0 victory over Massena (3-6 overall, 3-4 division) in a Northern Athletic Conference Central Division game.

Janelle Heden doubled twic,e and Sharlow went 2-for-3 for the Huskies (10-2, 8-0). Erin McDonald and Katie Lamica each lined two hits for Malone.

CANTON 6-10, POTSDAM 0-3

Beth Pearson won both games to lead the Golden Bears past the Sandstoners (0-9) in a Central Division doubleheader in Canton.

Pearson struck out nine in the opener and went 2-for-3 in game two for Canton (4-4).

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 9, SALMON RIVER 0

Emily O’Connor struck out 11 and allowed just three hits to lead the Panthers past the Shamrocks (3-7) in a Central Division game in Brushton.

O’Connor, Ashley DeBeer, Kenzie Traynor and Jenna Dufrane each tallied two hits for the Panthers (8-2, 7-2).

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