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Potsdam girls lacrosse team surges past Heuvelton

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HEUVELTON - The Potsdam Central varsity girls lacrosse team relayed a 9-2 halftime lead into a 15-5 NAC win on the road over Heuvelton on Friday.

Keely Rice broke through for seven goals and Annette Rishe struck for another four to spark the winning attack.

The Stoners exploded early taking a 9-2 lead at halftime enroute to their sixth win of the season visiting Heuvelton. Kalie Grant scored two goals and drew an assist while Michaela Cole (1 assist) and Jen Tardelli each scored once. Katelyn Bloom had seven saves.

Emilie Ross and Jackie Sovie each scored two goals for Heuvelton (3-9, 3-6) Aliza Armstrong tallied a singleton while Megan Hamilton stopped six shots. The Lady Sandstoners (6-5, 6-3) are slated to play a non-league game today at Indian River starting at 11 a.m.

In the other two NAC games on Friday, OFA stopped Salmon River 15-7 and Canton outlasted Saranac Lake 11-8.

OFA 15, Salmon River 7: At Fort Covington, the visiting Lady Blue Devils worked their way to a 7-3 halftime lead as Molly Morrow generated six goals and Nikki Holmes another three. Brooke Badlam contributed two goals and an assist toward the win and Erica Chase worked the crease for eight saves.

Teswasherake Barnes generated four goals in the losing cause. Krya Thompson-Douglas, Kiera Douglas and Jenna David each netted singletons while Ieonatsotha Thompson turned aside 11 shots.

Canton 11, Saranac Lake 8: The visiting Lady Bears led 6-5 at the half before outlasting the Red Storm. Kate Lumbard, Tess Knight and Molly McMasters anchored the Canton offense with two goals apiece.

Kylie Sapone led Saranac Lake with three goals and an assist. Kaileigh Woodruff added a pair of goals.

Megan Howard stopped 10 shots for the win while Sheila Decker posted 18 saves in the loss.

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