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P-HGirls Down Tupper; N-NBlanks B-M


TUPPER LAKE - The Parishville-Hopkinton varsity girls soccer team pulled away from a 1-0 halftime lead in claiming a 3-1 NAC East Division win on the road over Tupper Lake on Tuesday.
Kodi Perkins opened the scoring off an assist from Emily Sloan 30 minutes into the game. Michaela Cole converted on an assist from Perkins six minutes into the second for what would hold up as the game-winner. Sloan made it 3-0 in the 18th minute assisted by Perkins before Skylar Trivieri got the Lumberjacks on the board just two minutes later assisted by Madison Kelly.
Megan Evans handled three shots working the crease for the win as the Lady Panthers improved to 9-1-1 in the East and 13-1-1 overall. Kelsie St Louis recorded six saves for Tupper Lake (8-6. 5-4 East).
The Lady Panthers close out the regular season on Friday in South Colton against Colton-Pierrepont starting at 4 p.m.
In the other East Division matchups on Tuesday, Madrid-Waddington blanked Edwards-Knox 3-0 while Chateaugay stopped St. Regis Falls 4-0. Two North Division games saw Norwood-Norfolk outlast Brushton-Moira 2-0 and Canton turn back St. Lawrence Central 3-1.
M-W 3, E-K 0: In Madrid, Brittany Pierce notched the only goal the host Lady Yellowjackets would need in the 15th minute of the first half off an assist from Shelby Gausby.
Pierce made it 2-0 in the first minute of the second assisted by Lauren Sharpe before Zoe Zagrobelny closed out the scoring by finishing off a play set up by Bridget Beldock with less than 10 minutes remaining.
Shelby Kendall handled the five shots she faced working the crease for the shutout as M-W improved to 7-6 overall and 4-4 in the East. Katie Hale recorded 13 stops for the Lady Cougars (0-12, 0-8 East).
Chateaugay 4, SRF 0: In Chateaugay, the Lady Bulldogs scored two goals in each half en route to raising their East Division record to 9-0-1. Hannah Cook got Chateaugay off to a fast start when she scored from Kelly Favaro in the third minute. Favaro made it 2-0 assisted by Stephanie Whyte with less than six minutes left in the first half.
Alex Beach and Courtney Boyea put the game out of reach with goals 10 minutes apart early in the second half. Boyea also logged a solo assist along with Haylee Tower.
Holly Zeldenrust made four saves in the shutout while Kiana Stowell recorded 12 stops for SRF (2-10-1, 2-7-1 East).
N-N 2, B-M 0: In Brushton, the Lady Flyers broke a scoreless tie when Emily LaRoe struck for an unassisted goal seven minute into the second half. Ashley Lafleur added the insurance goal 14 minutes later assisted by Carlea Weaver.
Mickey Frego turned aside the eight shots she faced backstopping the shutout. Caitlyn LaPage made four saves for B-M (6-5-1, 3-3-1 North).
The Lady Flyers (3-9-2, 2-5-1 North) close out the regular season on Friday at home against division rival Canton starting at 4 p.m.
Canton 3, SLC 1: In Canton, the host Lady Bears fashioned a pair of second-half goals to turn back the Lady Larries.
Emma Rexford opened the scoring 15 minutes into the game assisted by Alison Noble. SLC pulled even 15 minutes later when Brandi Thomas struck for an unassisted goal and the teams went into halftime knotted at 1-1.
Rexford gave Canton the lead for good 25 minutes into the second half assisted by Sara Stone. Alicia Jones sealed the win with an unassisted long range goal with less than 10 minutes remaining.
Kara Locey stopped 12 shots in the win as Canton morved to 4-3 in the division and 8-5 overall. Caitlyn Grow was credited with 22 saves working the SLC crease.
SLC (0-11-1, 0-6 North) returns to action on Friday with a game at Salmon River starting at 4 p.m.
In West Division action on Tuesday, Harrisville downed Morristown 5-1, Lisbon stopped Hammond 6-0 and Hermon-DeKalb beat Clifton-Fine 2-0.

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