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Second-half scoring burst boosts P-H boys past SLC


BRASHER FALLS - The Parishville-Hopkinton Central boys soccer team scored two goals in just over six minutes midway through the second half in claiming a 2-0 NAC East Division win on the road over St. Lawrence Central on Tuesday.

Preston Frank snapped a scoreless tie with an unassisted goal 12:41 after halftime. Anthony Pullano tallied the insurance goal at the 18:58 mark off an assist from Connor Sullivan.

Parker Meashaw handled the 15 shots he faced backstopping the shutout as the Panthers improved to 5-0 atop the East Division standings and 6-2 overall. Tyler Savage posted 17 saves for the Larries (2-5-1, 2-4-1).

In the other two East Division games slated for Tuesday, Brushton-Moira outlasted Norwood-Norfolk 1-0 and Chateaugay turned back St. Regis Falls 3-1.

B-M 1, N-N 0: In Brushton, Jacobie Langdon broke through for an unassisted goal just 6:31 into the second half and the Panthers made it stand for the win against a Flyer squad that only fielded nine players.

Taylor Tallman made two saves working the crease for the shutout as the Panthers improved to 4-3 overall and 4-2 in the East. Garrett Waite stood tall handling 18 shots for the Flyers (1—6-0, 1-5-0).

Chateaugay 3, SRF 1: In Chateaugay, the Bulldogs (3-3-2, 3-3-1) built a 2-0 halftime lead then answered the lone SRF goal with the final goal of the game in posting the win. Nick Ashline and Tyler Martin scored 25 seconds apart in the 12th minute to spark the winning effort.

Caleb Green made it 2-1at 9:31 of the second assisted by Brandon Votra before Zach Cowan, who assisted the first goal of the game, sealed the win assisted by Devin Wills with 9:19 left in regulation. Chad Stalter contributed an assist to the win while Devon Barnes (2 saves) and Josh Trombley (3 saves) shared crease duties.

Michael Smith made four saves for the Saints (1-5-0, 1-5-1).

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