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Division matches abounded in Northern Athletic Conference Soccer and Volleyball action on Wednesday evening.

In soccer, Parishville-Hopkinton rolled past St. Regis Falls 5-1 in East Division play, Malone upended Canton 1-0 in Central Division action and Lisbon downed Hermon-DeKalb 2-0 in a West Division battle.

Meanwhile, Brushton-Moira topped Colton-Pierrepont 1-0 in NAC East Boys Soccer play and Morristown blanked Clifton-Fine 3-0 in NAC West action.

Chateaugay captured a perfect 16-0 season in volleyball 3-0 over Massena while Salmon River rolled bast Salmon River 3-0.

GIRLS SOCCER

P-H 5, St. Regis 1: Kodie Perkins scored in the 38th minute of play from Emily Sloan and the Panthers (9-2-1,4-1 NAC East) scored four straight in the second half for the win against the Saints (0-15, 0-8 NAC East).

Victoria Collins scored unassisted in the 45th, Perkins generated her second goal from Nicole White in the 53rd, Michaela Cole connected from Brianna Hayes in the 65th and Monica Votra hooked up from Cole in the 71st for the Panthers. Kaitlyn White scored from Makensy Bazdaric in the 76th for the Saints.

Marlee Wilson made five saves for P-H. Kiana Stowell stopped 19 shots for SRF.

Malone 1, Canton 0: Morgan Fountain scored the in the 28th minute for Huskies (5-7-1, 4-4-1 NAC Central) over the home Bears (6-5-1, 5-3-1 NAC Central) at SUNY Canton.

Jayme LaVoie had 14 saves for Malone. Hilary Wilcox (first half) and Katie Clemmer (second half) combined for six stops for Canton which snapped a four game win streak.

Lisbon 2, H-D 0: Beth Crowley figured in both of the 10-3-2, 9-3 NAC West Knights goals against the 8-6, 6-6 Demons. Crowley scored the game winner with just five seconds left in the first half from Sam Gladle. Emily Dishaw followed with a second half goal for the Knights from Crowley in the 71st.

“It was a fitting day for the seniors,” said LCS coach Scott Richardson.

“Gabby Walker, Sam Gladle, Shelby Dishaw, and Emily Dishaw all played very well. It was also nice to see Sam (Gladle) get an assist after being hurt much of the season.”

Jackie Sovie finished with 10 saves for Lisbon and Chelsey MacKay stopped eight shots for H-D.

BOYS SOCCER

B-M 1, C-P 0: At Brushton, Loren Traynor scored from Adam Martin in the 47th minute to lift the Panthers (10-4-1, 9-3-1 NAC East) past the Colts (9-5, 8-4 NAC East). Taylor Tallman had 13 saves for B-M and Craig Miller stopped six shots for C-P.

Morristown 3, Clifton-Fine 0: Zach Kanaly generated two goals and Dakota Marshall added a goal and one assist leading the Rockets (5-6-1 NAC West) past the Eagles (1-12.).

Kanaly scored from Jake VanArnam in the 37th minute. Marshall connected unassisted in the 58th while Kanaly converted from Marshall in the 68th.

Luke King made five saves in the shutout and Matt Russell stopped 16 shots for C-F.

VOLLEYBALL

Salmon River 3, Malone 0: Cassie Boardway accounted for 11 points, three kills, and two aces , Kasennakohe David produced 10 points, four aces, six kills and three assists Nicole Smoke generated nine points, four aces, eight aces, six kills and three assist to lead the Shamrocks past the Huskies 25-21, 25-9, 25-21.

Jackie Benedict added eight points, three kills and two assists while Mikayla Francis Thomas chipped in two assists.

“This was our last match of the season and playoffs start next week. All nine seniors played and I am very proud of how well each and everyone of them did,” said Coach Nicole Deshaies whose team finished at 12-4.

Chateaugay 3, Massena 0: The Lady Bulldogs defeated the visiting Raiders to finish the Northern Athletic Conference regular season with a perfect 16-0 record along with claiming the East Division title. The CCS girls are also the top Class D seed for the Section 10 Tournament.

“I am really, really pleased with our play tonight,” stated Chateaugay Coach Chris Reynolds. “Our whole unit played with intensity and intelligence.”Shelby Yanulavich led the CCS squad with 17 service points with three aces and five kills as the Stumpf twins combined for 14 points, seven aces and 16 kills.

Desiree recorded 10 of the combined kills, four aces and six points as Rondo added three kills to the victory.

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