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N-N, P-H girls soccer teams turn back NAC foes

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Norwood-Norfolk-surge past Colton-Pierrepont while Parishville-Hopkinton rallied past Salmon River in NAC varsity girls soccer action on Monday.

N-N 4, C-P 0: After a scoreless first half in Norfolk, the host Lady Flyers took control of the game with four goals during a 10-minute span midway through the second. Emily LaRoe opened scoring floodgates with an unassisted goal in the 14th minute. N-N went ahead 2-0 when a cross into the area by Ashley LaFleur was inadvertently headed into the back of the net for an own goal in the 18th minute. LaRoe finished off an assist from Megan Stevenson four minutes later for her second of the game. Stevenson then closed out the scoring in the 24th minute assisted by Jorji LaBarge.

Mickey Frego handled the two shots she faced backstopping the shutout while Kathryn Miller stood tall working the goal for 16 saves as the Lady Colts slipped to 2-4-1 overall and 1-3 in the East Division.

The Lady Flyers improved to 3-3-1 overall and 3-1 in the North Division with the win and will return to action next Monday at Brushton-Moira.

P-H 3, Salmon River 2: In an interdivisional contest staged in Parishville, one comeback overcame another as the Lady Panthers opened the scoring then rallied with the final two goals to claim the win.

P-H went ahead early when Michaela Cole finished off a play set up by Emily Sloan and Kinsey Paradis in the sixth minute and the lead stood up until Becca Leroux put home a rebound off a shot by Emily Tremblay to tie the game with 10 minutes left in the first half.

The Shamrocks took their only lead 12 minutes into the second half as Abby Kelly found the back of the net on a direct kick from just outside the box.

Ten minutes later, the Panthers tied the game as Kodi Perkins redirected a pass from Cole into the the back of the net. Sloan then tallied the game-winner from Cole and Perkins with 16 minutes left in regulation.

Marlee Wilson made six saves to post the win while Sam Ghostlaw recorded 21 stops for Salmon River.

The Lady Panthers (7-1-0, 4-1) host Madrid-Waddington on Thursday while Salmon River (1-3-1, 0-1-1) is slated to play at Central Division Class B rival Potsdam today starting at 4:30 p.m.

In other NAC matchups on Monday; Madrid-Waddington outscored St. Lawrence Central 3-1, Chateaugay outlasted Brushton-Moira 1-0 and Tupper Lake played at St. Regis Falls.

M-W 3, SLC 1: In Brasher Falls, the Lady Larries (1-5, 1-4)generated the opening goal when Lindsey Thayer connected from Morgan Villnave in the 12th minute but the Lady Yellowjackets countered with three unanswered goals to come away with the win.

Kaleigh Field tied the game in the 20th minute of the first half with an unassisted goal. Kate Marcellus made it 2-1 off an assist from Taylor Lenney nine minutes into the second half before Lenney sealed the win with an unassisted goal 12 minutes later.

Shelby Kendall recorded 23 saves backstopping the win as M-W improved to 2-2 in the North Division and 3-3-1 overall while Haleigh Agans handled 13 shots in the losing cause.

Chateaugay 1, B-M 0: Courtney Boyea registered the game’s lone goal with 16:11 remaining in the second half in this up and down the field battle.

Chateaugay took a total of 23 shots with 16 on net as BMC (3-2-0) fired seven shots with CCS goalie Makayla Fleury making five saves.

BMC’s starting keeper Emily LaPage turned aside all six shots fired her way in the first half and Ashley DeBeer stopped nine of the 10 second-half shots the Bulldogs sent her way.

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