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P-H, N-N girls soccer teams net interdivisonal win

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Parishville-Hopkinton overcame St. Lawrence Central and Norwood-Norfolk overwhelmed St. Regis Falls in NAC interdivisional varsity girls soccer action on Friday.

P-H 4, SLC 2: In Parishville, the visiting Lady Larries built a 2-1 halftime lead before the Lady Panthers stormed back with three unanswered goals in the second half.

Lindsey Thayer opened the scoring for SLC five minutes into the game off an assist from Maia Parcaro but P-H countered in the 21st minute when Emily Sloan finished off a play set up by Michaela Cole. SLC regained the lead just four minutes later when Thayer connected from Chloe Gardner.

Cole tied the game seven minutes into the second half assisted by Sloan and Kodi Perkins. Perkins went on to score the last two goals of the game, the eventual game-winner assisted by Cole with 19 minutes left and the insurance goal with six minutes remaining off an assist from Sloan.

Marlee Wilson handled 11 shots backstopping the win as P-H moved to 8-2-1 overall while Kristan Daniels logged 17 saves for SLC (1-7-1).

N-N 7, SRF 0: At St. Regis Falls, the Lady Flyers (4-5-1) ran out to a 3-0 lead by halftime and never looked back as Emily LaRoe generated three goals and two assists to spark the winning effort. Alexis Sweet added a pair of goals while Aleah Palmer and Megan Stevenson struck for the other goals while Jorji LaBarge, Kirsten Barkley, Carlea Weaver and Heidi Simons each earned solo assists.

Mickey Frego (3 saves) and Megan Plumb (1 save) combined to backstop the shutout while Kiana Stowell handled 12 of the shots she faced for SRF (0-10-0).

Brushton-Moira 2, Colton-Pierrepont 0: In another interdivisional contest staged in South Colton, the visiting Lady Panthers (6-4) scored a pair of goals in the second half to come away from Swift Field with the win. Rachel Tower broke through for an unassisted goal three minutes after the break for what would hold up as the game-winner. Kenzie Traynor added the insurance goal 12 minutes assisted by Erika Russell.

Ashley DeBeer stopped a penalty shot in posting eight saves for the shutout. Kathryn Miller fielded 10 shots in the losing cause as C-P slipped to 2-7-1 overall.

BOYS SOCCER

In a pair of NAC East varsity boys soccer games on Friday, Madrid-Waddington blanked Norwood-Norfolk 2-0 and Chateaugay edged Brushton-Moira 1-0 while an interdivisional matchup saw Salmon River outlast St. Regis Falls 4-3.

M-W 2, N-N 0: In Norfolk, Randy Ball scored from Colin O’Bryan in the 24th minute then sealed the win with an unassisted goal in the final minute of regulation to boost the Yellowjackets to the win.

Zach Brock stopped eight shots working the crease for the shutout as M-W improved to 5-4-2 overall and 5-2-1 in the division. Garrett Waite had 13 saves for the Flyers (1-10-0, 1-9-0).

Chateaugay 1, B-M 0: In Brushton, Matt Swanston scored through a scramble 12 minutes into the second half for the only goal of the game.

Devon Barnes made three saves for the Chateaugay (6-3-3, 6-3-1) while Taylor Tallman handled four shots for the Panthers (6-4-1, 5-3-1).

Salmon River 4, SRF 3: In St. Regis Falls, the Shamrocks built a 3-1 halftime lead before holding off the Saints for the win.

Antoine Domino generated a pair of goals and Brady Mitchell connected for a goal and two assists to lead the Shamrocks (2-7-2). Elden King also scored in the winning effort while Zach Smith had 10 saves working the crease.

Caleb Caleb Green had two goals and an assist in the losing cause. Brandon Votra added a goal and assist while Ryan Duquette logged a solo assist and Michael Smith made eights saves in the losing cause.

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