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Massena boys surge to soccer win over SLC

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MASSENA - The Massena Central varsity boys soccer team pulled away to a 5-2 NAC interdivisional win at home over St. Lawrence Central on Monday.

The Raiders opened the scoring in the third minute when Robert Cameron broke through for an unassisted goal but the Larries pulled even just five minutes later on an unassisted goal by Ian Lynch and the teams went into halftime knotted at 1-1.

Massena regained the lead at 3:02 of the second half when Zach Fregoe connected from Jason Hammill. Four minutes later, the Larries countered with their second equalizer of the game when Jedidiah Arquiett scored from Joshua White.

Evan Kassian put the Raiders back on top to stay in the 12 minute assisted by Hammill. Cameron then helped seal the win by setting up goals by David Phillips and Hammill in the 29th and 38th minutes.

Ian Wilson had six saves in the winning effort while Eric Lynch stopped 15 shots for the Larries.

The Raiders were slated to play the championship game of the Bill O’Neill Memorial Tournament on Saturday against Parishville-Hopkinton but the second round was postponed due to tornado and severe thunderstorms warnings in the North Country. No make-up date has been announced but Massena coach Pat Henrie was hopefuls the consolation and championship games could be played this Saturday.

CANTON EDGES OFA

MVP Tanner Sanderson scored off a Jake Watson corner kick in the second half to break a 1-1 tie and Scott Wight made 11 saves to lift the Golden Bears past host OFA in the title game of the the Gerard Cring Memorial Tournament

Peyton Lalone opened the scoring for OFA and Ryan Caldwell answered for Canton to create a 1-1 tie.

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