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Sun., Oct. 4
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FC Freeze soccer teams off to positive starts


CANTON - The FC Freeze soccer club, based out of St. Lawrence University, has a total of seven teams competing in the Northern New York Youth Soccer League, based out of the Watertown area and including teams from Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties.

The Freeze teams are comprised of players from throughout St. Lawrence and Franklin counties, plus Ontario.


FC Freeze 7, Lewis County United Pumas 0: The FC Freeze U14 Boys team prevailed At St. Lawrence University on Friday. Leading the offense for the Freeze were Tyler Robinson (Madrid) with two goals and one assist, Wyatt Snell (Potsdam) with one goal and two assists, and Peyton Lalone (Ogdensburg) and Dominic Molinari (Ogdensburg) with one goal and one assist each. The scoring was rounded out with one goal each from Daniel Camaano (Potsdam) and Noah Moore (Ogdensburg) and an assist contributed by Max Ahrens (Ogdensburg).

Jake Robinson and Camaano combined to share the shutout. The Freeze play against General Brown Sunday at 5 p.m. at Gouverneur.


FC Freeze One 6, FC Freeze Two 3: Ian Vitek (Potsdam) led Team One with two goals, while Matt Mende (Canton) and David Camaano (Canton) had a goal and an assist each in a Freezeout at SLU. Jake Watson (Canton) also scored, while Pat Normandin (Potsdam) and Manny Zeng (Potsdam) had assists. One of the goals was an own goal. Ashler Herrick (Potsdam) made six saves in net.

For Team Two, Ed Harcourt (Colton), Zach Ashley (Ogdensburg) and Tristan Moore (Ogdensburg) scored goals. Bruce Avery (Colton) stopped 12 shots in goal.

Next Monday, FC Freeze Team One (4-0) plays against Ultimate FC at South Jefferson High School, while FC Freeze Team Two (1-2-1) hosts General Brown at St. Lawrence University, with both games starting at 6 p.m.


FC Freeze 3, Lewis County United 2: FC Freeze won its game Saturday with the help of newcomers Maddy Weir (Massena) and Olivia Mace (Colton). Weir scored in the first period followed by a well-placed penalty kick from Alex Steele (Heuvelton).

In the second half, Mace scored to make it 3-1. LCU scored late in the game to make it close. LCU outshot FC Freeze but because of excellent goaltending by Riley Storrin (Gouverneur), the Freeze was victorious. The Freeze host Watertown at St. Lawrence University Friday at 5:30 p.m.


Lewis County United 3, FC Freeze 1: The FC Freeze U14 Girls dropped a 3-1 decision to Lewis County Friday at St. Lawrence University. The Freeze (0-2-1) host Watertown Friday at St. Lawrence University at 6:45 p.m.

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