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M-W Girls down N-N; Jackets Boys take down P-H

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MADRID - The Madrid-Waddington Girls Soccer team enjoyed a 2-1 win over Norwood-Norfolk in Northern Athletic Conference North Division play on Tuesday at Dan Rose Field.

“I saw some good things today. Tessa Knight really played hard and Cassidy Scott, Amelia Bailey and Desi Pryce worked hard in the back. We just had some nice passing sequences against a good Norwood-Norfolk team,” said M-W coach Gary Tischler as his Yellowjackets improved to 4-2 in North, 6-3-2 overall.

Taylor Lenney scored on a shot from the six yard line off two crisp, short passes by Alison Fobare and Mary Youngs in the 23rd minute. Katie Marcellus buried a shot from 28 yards out in the 69th minute from Olivia Parmeter for the eventual gamewinner as Emily Laroe scored out of a scrum in the 71st minute.

Emily Doegler had eight saves for M-W in net. Mickey Fregoe stopped eight shots for the Flyers (6-6-1, 4-2).

Meanwhile, Madrid-Waddington claimed a 2-0 Northern Athletic Conference East Division win in boys soccer.

In other NAC East boys play, Norwood-Norfolk doubled St. Regis Falls 4-2 and Chateaugay defeated St. Lawrence Central 3-1.

In NAC East Division Girls Soccer play, Colton-Pierrepont blanked St. Regis Falls 5-0 while Brushton-Moira topped Tupper Lake 2-0 in the NAC North Division.

Madrid-Waddington Boys 2, Parishville-Hopkinton 0: Colin O’Bryan scored from Jeff Mott in the 18th and Terry Crump connected from Randy Wright in the 29th for the Yellowjackets (7-5-2, 7-3-1 NAC East) over the homestanding Panthers (8-4-1, 7-3-1 NAC East).

Zach Brock had three saves for the shutout. Parker Measheaw had eight saves for P-H.

Norwood-Norfolk Boys 4, St. Regis Falls 2: Cody Bond and Ian St. Andrews each scored in the first half for the Flyers (2-12, 2-11 NAC East) over the Saints (2-11, 2-10 NAC East) and N-N matched the Saints scoring output in the second half (2-2) for the win.

Caleb Green scored twice for the Saints in the second half - once on a penalty kick. Zeb Brown and Kolby Munson connected in the second half for N-N. Brandon Short chipped in an assist for N-N.

Garrett Waite had 11 saves for N-N. Michael Smith stopped 13 shots for St. Regis.

Chateaugay Boys 3, St. Lawrence Central 1: Kody Kocsis scored unassisted in the 21st minute for the Larries (2-10-2, 2-8-2 NAC East) but the Bulldogs (9-3-3, 9-3-1 NAC East) roared back with three unanswered goals.

Tyler Jones scored from Matt Swanston to tie the game at 1-1 in the 24th.

Devin Willis scored the gamewinner in the 44th and Chad Stalter connected in the 77th unassisted.

Devin Barnes (two saves) and Josh Trombley (nine saves) shared the win for Chateaugay in net. Tyler Savage had 13 saves for the Larries.

Brushton-Moira Girls 2, Tupper Lake 0: Kenzie Traynor scored unassisted in the 20th and Rachel Tower connected on a direct kick in the 33rd for the Panthers (10-4, 5-1 NAC North) over Tupper Lake (6-4, 2-4 NAC North).

Ashley Debeer had two saves for the shutout.

Colton-Pierrepont Girls 5, St. Regis Falls 0: Kylie McKinley scored from Abbie Johnson and Morgan Doyle connected unassisted in the first half for the Colts (4-9-1, 2-2 NAC East) in a win over St. Regis Falls (0-14, 0-7). Madison Gregg added two second half goals and the Colts received an own goal. Kathryn Miller stopped nine shots in the shutout.

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