CANTON - CJ’s-Chip’s Place of Potsdam bounced back from its first loss of the season by twice rallying to beat North Country Savings of Canton 5-3 at the Canton Central varsity field on Sunday.
The home team opened the scoring when Colby Young finished off a play set up by Tyler Gallagher but CJ’s-Chip’s Place battled back to generate the next two goals in building a 2-1 halftime lead. Mark Misiak tied the game off an assist from Tony Betrus. Betrus then combined with Shawn Lillie to set up Ted Cook for the go-ahead strike.
The Canton booters opened the second half with back-to-back goals to regain the lead. Travis Jordan knotted the score at 2-2 assisted by Colby Young, who made it 3-2 with an unassisted tally.
Grant Sharlow pulled CJ’s-Chip’s Place even with an unassisted goal. Misiak put the Potsdam squad back on top off an assist from Chris Custer before Willi Steinrotter capped the comeback by converting on a penalty kick.
Tim Penrod turned aside seven shots backstopping the win while Austin Lamay made eight saves in the losing cause.
In the other games played Sunday evening, Massena Savings and Loan-Kassian Realty outscored Pepsi-The Place 5-0, Potsdam Cornerstone tied S&L Electric of Colton 1-1, Frary Funeral Home beat AMP-Jreck Subs 4-1 and St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union of Lisbon played to a scoreless draw with Heuvelton Town and Country Vet-Cornerstone Church.
Massena 5, Pepsi-The Place 0: At Mike Nicholas Field in Massena, Ryan Chauvin anchored a balanced attack with a pair of goals. Jeffrey Slack and Jason Hammill each fashioned a goal and assist. David Phillips netted the other goal. Rob Cameron logged a pair of assists and Zach Koszan chipped in a solo helper.
Cornerstone 1, S&L Electric 1: At Swift Field in South Colton, Eric Pruden broke through for the Potsdam goal.
Frary 4, AMP-Jreck Subs 1: In a battle of Ogdensburg-based squads at the Kennedy School field, Josh Rishe led the winning effort with a pair of goals. Gian Rufa and Ryan Dishaw connected for the other goal while Kyle Rhodes earned a solo helper.
Jordan Spears finished off a play set up by Matt Gladle to account for the Frary goal.