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Lisbon, Hammond, M-W, C-P, Harrisville girls advance

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No. 4 seed Lisbon, No. 5 seed Hammond, No. 6 seed Madrid-Waddington, No. 7 seed Harrisville and No. 9 seed Colton-Pierrepont registered Section 10 Class D Girls Soccer first round wins on Thursday.

Lisbon 8, Morristown 0: The Knights (12-3-2) erupted for three first half goals against No. 13 seed Morristown at home to face No. 5 seed Hammond (11-5) at Clarkson University on Saturday at 5:30 p.m.

Maddison Vine scored the first two goals from Gabby Walker and Beth Crowley in the 7th and 21st minute and assisted on Alex Amo’s first of two goals in the 36th.

Amo logged a goal from Vine (two goals, 3 assists) in the 41st. Emily Dishaw scored once from Vine and once from Sam Gladle and Gabby Walker connected from Sam Gladle and once on a direct kick to close out the scoring.

Jackie Sovie made just two saves in the shutout and Sam Green stopped 20 shots for Morristown.

Colton-Pierrepont 2, Hermon-DeKalb 1 OT: Colton-Pierrepont (5-10-1) advanced to play No. 1 seed Chateaugay (16-0) on Saturday at 3 p.m. as Madison Gregg scored her second goal of the game in the 98th minute against No. 8 seed Hermon-DeKalb (9-8). Gregg scored from Morgan Doyle in the first half for C-P. H-

D’s Kasey O’Donnell answered in the second half.

Madrid-Waddington 5, Edwards-Knox 0: No. 6 seed Madrid-Waddington (9-6-2) scored four first half goals against No. 11 seed Edwards-Knox (3-14) to advance to play at No.3 seed Heuvelton (13-2-1) on Saturday at 3 p.m.

Mary Young opened scoring in the fourth minute from Taylor Lenney for M-W. Katie Marcellus connected from Lenney in the 22nd and Olivia Parmeter scored back to back in the 23rd and 37th.

In the second half, Alison Fobare scored her first varsity goal from Blake Orosz and Cassidy Scott. Emily Doegler and Shelby Kendall each made two saves in the Jackets’ shutout. Jadilyn Bullock stopped 12 shots for E-K.

Hammond 4, St. Regis Falls 1: The No. 5 seed Red Devils (11-5) traded second half goals with No. 12 seed St. Regis Falls (0-16) and scored three unanswered to advance.

Tayler Bowman connected from Alyssa Crosby in the 45th but Brooklyn Haverstock answered back for St. Regis in the 56th. Crosby connected for the game-winner in the 60th and assisted on two insurance goals from Bowman and Courtney Bova.

Brianna Langtry made six saves for the win and Kiana Stowell had 22 stops for St. Regis Falls.

Harrisville 2, Clifton-Fine 0: The No. 7 seed Pirates (10-5-1) used a pair of second half goals against No. 10 seed Clifton-Fine to advance to play at No. 2 seed Parishville-Hopkinton (11-4-1) on Saturday 3 p.m. Hannah Weaver scored from Chelsea Bice and Kathleen Coloney buried a penalty kick. Sam Rounds made one save in the shutout. Lindsey Johnson had five saves for the Eagles (2-13) in Coach Bob Lachut’s final game.

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