The Parishville-Hopkinton and Colton-Pierrepont boys soccer team netted NAC shutout wins on Tuesday.
P-H 2, Chateaugay 0: In Parishville, the Panthers generated a pair of first-half goals and made them stand for the win over their East Division rival.
Ryan Snyder opened the scoring in the 12th minute off an assist from Logan Johns, who struck for the insurance goal when he finished off a play set up by Wyatt Snell and Anthony Pullano with 55 seconds left in the first half.
Parker Meashaw stopped the six shots he faced to post the shutout. Josh Trombley recorded five saves in the losing cause.
C-P 3, Norwood-Norfolk 0: In Norfolk, the Colts broke open a close game with two goals in the first 13 minutes of the second half for their first win this season in three games.
Noah Whalen opened the scoring in the 10th minute assisted by Gyle Dominy. Goaltender Craig Miller made it 2-0 when he was called on to convert on a penalty kick nine minutes into the second half. Alex Harcourt closed out the scoring four minutes later assisted by Isaiah Johnson.
Miller was counted on to make just one save working the crease for the shutout while Garrett Waite handled 11 shots for the Flyers.
In other NAC North Division encounters on Tuesday, St. Regis Falls outscored St. Lawrence Central 5-3 and Brushton-Moira edged Madrid-Waddington 1-0.
SRF 5, SLC 3: At St. Regis Falls, the host Saints worked their way to a 5-0 lead in the first half then held off the Larries in the second after giving up three goals in the first nine minutes to win their season opener.
Caleb Green had three goals and Brandon Votra tallied two goals and two assists to anchor the winning attack. 2 goals and 2 assists. Ryan Duquette had two assists while Louis Goodrow recorded a solo helper and Michael Smith posted 10 saves backstopping the win.
B-M 1, M-W 0: In Brushton, Adam Martin connected from John Planty seven minutes into the game and the host Panthers made it stand for the win.
Taylor Tallman turned aside the eight shots he faced to earn the shutout. Zach Brock had six saves in the losing effort.