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FC Freeze U18 teamEvens Season Record

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CANTON – The FC Freeze U18 team evened its 2014 summer mark at 1-1 in the NNYYSL with a victory over a shorthanded Thousand Island Soccer Club on Thursday night.

Ten different players got into the scoring column including: Parishville-Hopkington’s Wyatt Snell (2-1), Ogdensburg’s Peyton Lalone (2-1), Potsdam’s Pat Normandin (2-1), Potsdam’s Matt Normandin (1-2), Potsdam’s David Caamano (1-1) and Madrid-Waddington’s Tyler Robinson (2-0) with Ogdensburg’s Nate Peo, Canton’s Kegan Sovay and Lisbon’s Adam Kelley also finding the back of the net and Lisbon’s Nick Spooner collecting four saves in goal.

The Freeze squad will return to action on Thursday traveling to General Brown.


FC Freeze U12G (2-0-1) traveled to Indian River United Soccer Club (2-2). At 26:35 Olivia Mace fired a goal into the net with an assist going to Katharine Cowen (Potsdam) to start the scoring in a 6-0 win.

At 23:33 mark Natalie Cowen pounced on a ball the goalie dropped. Cowen dribbled around the goalie and scored her first goal of the season.

At 18:28 Mace’s strong shot on goal ricocheted off the goalie and Katharine Cowen scored her first goal of the game. At half-time the score was 3-0 with FC posting 12 shots on goal and IRUSC having none.

In the second half of play at 27:04 Katharine Cowen fired a shot off the right hand goal post, she settled the ricocheted ball and scored. At 17:30 Cowen intercepted an IRUSC goal kick and drove the ball into the right corner of the net for a hat trick. At 16:40 Sophia Janoyan (Potsdam) threaded the needle with a pass to Katharine Cowen who scored a Texas Hat Trick or Double-Brace.

FC Freeze passed the ball well and this allowed the following players to have shots on goal: Hannah Butler (Canton), Gabrielle Jones, Louisa Moosbrugger (Potsdam), Sophia Janoyan and Clara Maine (Parishville). FC’s keepers Gabrielle Jones (Potsdam) made four saves and Natalie Cowen made two saves to preserve the win.

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