Canton & Salmon River Share Regular-Season Championship

2021 BOYS SECTION X LACROSSE
Final Season & Non-League Standings


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11-1      -         0-0
11-1      -         0-1
  7-5      4        0-0
  7-5      4        0-0
  4-8      7        0-0
1-11    10        0-0
1-11    10        0-1



 
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Canton’s Antonio Vecchio (16) breaks past two St. Lawrence Central defenders and charges his way toward the Larries' goal late in the second quarter.  After trailing 6-2 at the half, the Bears held St. Lawrence scoreless in the second half to capture the 8-6 victory.  (NCSN File photo)

Games of Weeks 4-6: May 24-June 9, 2021

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 2021

Salmon River 20, Potsdam 0
Massena 13, Plattsburgh 1

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2021

Canton 16, Potsdam 3

 

MONDAY, JUNE 7, 2021

Ogdensburg 13, Plattsburgh 3
Massena 15, St. Lawrence Central 12

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2021

Potsdam 11, Plattsburgh 7

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 2021

Ogdensburg 10, Potsdam 5
Canton 11, St. Lawrence Central 7

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 2021

Salmon River 16, Massena 7

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 2021

Salmon River 17, Ogdensburg 3

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 2021

St. Lawrence Central 17, Potsdam 7

 

FRIDAY, MAY 28, 2021

Massena 6, Ogdensburg 5
St. Lawrence Central 14, Plattsburgh 2

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 2021

St. Lawrence Central 12, Ogdensburg 5
Salmon River 18, Plattsburgh 0
Canton 12, Massena 7

 

TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2021

Salmon River 19, Potsdam 5

 

MONDAY, MAY 24, 2021

Canton 20, Potsdam 7
St. Lawrence Central 13, Plattsburgh 3
Massena 18, Ogdensburg 8

MAY 28: MASSENA TALLIES LATE WIN; LARRIES BEAT hORNETS

MASSENA 6, OGDENSBURG 5
Massena’s Luke Bronchetti, a senior and defensive long stick, carried the ball upfield and buried his first-ever varsity goal with just 50 seconds left in regulation, breaking a 5-5 tie and lifting the Raiders with what also proved to be his first-ever game-winning goal. For Massena, Bleyton Hopps-Thompson dumped in three goals, while Ryan Letham added two goals and an assist, and Tehokwirathe Barreiro dished out three assists. Michael Benedict made 15 saves to backstop the win. For OFA, Eli Bullock fired in three goals, Keighan Sias and Dylan Irvine netted a goal with an assist. Tegan Frederick passed out two assists and Drew Costello dished out one assist.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 14, PLATTSBURGH 2
The Larries stacked up a 7-0 lead, en route to their sixth win in nine outings. Mason Frary led the St. Lawrence offense with four goals and two assists. Jayden Ashley added three goals and a pair of assists, while Alex Burg also produced a hat trick. Charlie Dow scored a goal and dished two assists. Connor Foster, Gabe Hornung and Damen Olson scored a goal each. Matt Smith made five saves in net. Preston Daniels scored both goals for the Hornets, while Jackson Kain picked up an assist.

MAY 26: SALMON RIVER, CANTON, ST. LAWRENCE WIN

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 12, OGDENSBURG 5
The Larries slowly slipped away from Ogdensburg, outscoring the Blue Devils 3-2, 3-1, 4-1 and 2-1 in each quarter. For SLC, Jayden Ashley scored four goals and collected three assists, while Alex Burg buried two goals with two assists, Zach Strawser pumped in two goals, and Mason Frary and Charlie Dow added a goal and an assist each. Evan Smith and Mike Donie scored single markers. Ashton Adams made 17 saves in net. For OFA, Eli Bullock netted two goals and an assist. Keighan Sias chipped in a goal and two assists. Chase Jacobs and Tegan Frederick provided single scores. Alex Wordon stopped 11 shots in net.

CANTON 12, MASSENA 7
Massena jumped out to a 3-0 lead, before Canton roared back with eight straight goals in the second quarter and gained an 8-4 lead at the half. Aiden Hoose scored five goals, while Dan Mahoney added two goals and two assists. Charlie Grandaw contributed a goal and an assist. Nolan Bombard and Colin Taylor chipped in a goal for the Golden Bears. For Massena, Tehokwirathe Barreiro scored four times, while Bleyton Hopps-Thompson pitched in a goal and an assist. Kyden Jacobs and Luke VonBorstel scored a goal each for the Raiders. Saves- Massena’s Logan Premo had 14; Canton’s Hayden Todd eight.

SALMON RIVER 18, PLATTSBURGH 0
Saka Thompson and Edward Jacobs combined for 13 saves in the shutout. Salmon River scored five goals in the first quarter, six in the second, five in the third and two goals in the fourth quarter.
(SR) Carey Terrance 3g 4a, Kata Elijah 4g, Stone Chubb 3g, Ryan Oakes Jr 2g 1a, Mason Cree 1g 2a, Andyn Bero 1g, Logan Thompson 1g, Crayton Cree 1g, Taharihwakohe Lazore 1g, Tehoronhiathe 1g.
Saves: Saka Thompson 9, Edward Jacobs 4.
(Platts) Saves: O. Pray 8, C. Murray 4.

MAY 25: SALMON RIVER'S BIG THIRD BEATS POTSDAM 19-5

The Shamrocks held a 2-1 lead after one quarter and 7-3 at the half, but then dominated the third period with nine unanswered goals, en route to a 19-5 win.
(SR) Stone Chubb 4g 3a, Ryan Oakes 3g 3a, Kata Elijah 5g, Carey Terrance 2g 2a, Kahentaienni Thompson 2g, Ethan Seymour 2g, Taharihwakohe Lazore 1g. Saves: Edward Jacobs 6, Saka Thompson 2.
(Pdm) Drew Talcott 1g 2a, Tyler Berkman 2g 1a, Devn Green 2g. Saves: Bryan Dillon 10.

MAY 24: CANTON, MASSENA,
ST. LAWRENCE POST WINS

CANTON 20, POTSDAM 7
Canton’s Dan Mahoney collected six assists to go along with this three goals in moving the Bears (8-1) a full game ahead of idle Salmon River (6-1) atop the divisional standings. Aiden Hoose delivered four goals and two assists. Nolan Bombard contributed four goals, while Charlie Grandaw and Colin Taylor sunk two goals each. Tyler Berkman led the Sandstoners with two goals and two assists, while Logan McCargar tallied two goals and one assist. Drew Talcott added a goal and an assist, while Alex Baxter and Devin Green had single goals. Bryan Dillon made 11 saves in net for Potsdam.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 13, PLATTSBURGH 3
Alex Burg and Jayden Ashley both scored four goals, while Ashley also had two assists in leading the Larries. Ashton Adams logged a pair of goals, while Mason Frary, Evan Smith and Charlie Dow each scored once. Connor Foster added two assists, while Frary also provided one assist. Hunter Lavalla had a pair of goals, while James Burnman scored the other to lead the Hornets.

MASSENA 18, OGDENSBURG 8

After Ogdensburg scored the first four goals, Massena roared back for 10 consecutive scores. Massena led 11-5 at the half, en route to the 18-8 win. Treyton Sunday blasted five goals to lead the Raiders. Zach LaBarge and Tehokwirathe Barreiro each tallied four scores and three assists. Takaronhiotakie Thompson provided three goals and one assist. For OFA, Eli Bullock netted four of the eight goals.

JUNE 7-9: canton claims at least share in season title

SALMON RIVER 20, POTSDAM 0
Salmon River scored four goals in the first quarter, the buried 10 more goals in the second frame in rolling past the Sandstoners.
(SR) Carey Terrance 3g 3a, Mason Cree 4g 1a, Kata Elijah 3g 1a, Hawi Francis 4g, Stone Chubb 3g, Kahentaienni Thompson 1g, Tehoronhiathe 1g, Taharihwakohe Lazore 1g, Andyn Bero 3a.  Saves: (SR) Saka Thompson 6, Edward Jacobs 2. (Pdm) Bryan Dillon 6, Gabe Matthis 2.

MASSENA 13, PLATTSBURGH 1
Zach LaBarge pumped in five goals and dealt one assist in leading the Red Raiders. Tehokwirathe Barreiro powered in three goals, while Trenton Sunday and Ryan Letham chipped in two goals and one assist each. Bleyton Hopps-Thomson offered up four assist. Michael Benedict made seven saves, while Logan Premo made one save for the Raiders. Kai Birth scored the lone goal for Plattsburgh. Keeper Corbin Murra y posted 11 saves.
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CANTON 16, POTSDAM 3
Daniel Mahoney punched in four goals and added an assist, while Aiden Hoose scored a goal and added four assists, in leading Canton past Potsdam. With the win, Canton claims at least a share of the regular-season title, which they would share with Salmon River if the Shamrocks win their final game.  Nolan Bombard provided three goals and an assist, while Charlie Grandaw registered two goals and an assist. Mike Schwartfigure scored two goals. Logan McCargar scored all three goals for Potsdam.
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MASSENA 15, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 12

Massena landed a close victory at home over St. Lawrence Central. Tehokwirathe Barreiro powered the Raiders (6-5) with four goals and four assists, while Treyton Sunday pitched in four goals, Zach LaBarge added three goals and Bleyton Hopps-Thompson scored twice. Goalie Logan Premo collected 20 saves. For the Larries (7-5), Jayden Ashley connected for five goals and three assists, while Zach Strawser netted three goals and Alex Burg punched in two goals and dished an assist.

OGDENSBURG 13, PLATTSBURGH 3
Ogdensburg opened with a 5-2 lead at the quarter and 8-2 at the half, en route to the win. Drew Costello and Eli Bullock led Ogdensburg with four goals and an assist each. Tegan Frederick offered two goals and two assists, while Chae Jacobs and Dylan Irvine chipped in two assists. Goalies Alex Wordon made five saves in th first half, then Ian Sovie stopped four shots in the second half. For Plattsburgh, Kai Birtz netted a goal and an assist, while Preston Daniels and Jackson Kain produced a goal each.

JUNE 4-6: Potsdam wins; canton, o.f.a. survive rally

POTSDAM 11. PLATTSBURGH 7
The Sandstoners notched their first win of the season, with both teams now at 1-9. Plattsburgh led 3-1 at the end of the first quarter, but Potsdam scored three unanswered goals in the second period. The Sandstoners then outscored the Hornets 4-2 and 3-2 in the final two frames. Logan McCargar led Potsdam’s offensive with four goals, while Drew Talcott factored in with a goal and five assists and Tyler Berkman scrambled for three goals and two assists. Devin Green also scored three times. Bryan Dillon stopped six shots to backstop the win. Kai Birtz led Plattsburgh with three goals and an assist. Jackson Kain and Preston Daniels each provided a goal and an assist. Jake Kennedy had a goal.
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CANTON 11, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 7

Canton (10-1) moved back into a first-place tie with Salmon River, following its tough win over St. Lawrence Central. Nolan Bombard paced the Bears with four goals and an assist, while Aiden House added three goals. Charlie Grandaw chipped in two goals and an assist, while Dan Mahoney scored once and passed out four assists. Goalkeeper Hayden Todd harnessed eight saves for the Bears. St. Lawrence Central’s Jayden Ashley led the way with three goals and a pair of helpers. Mason Frary contributed two goals, while Zach Strawser and Charlie Dow netted a goal each. Goalie Mike Donie corralled 12 shots.

OGDENSBURG 10, POTSDAM 5
Ogdensburg built leads of 3-1 after the first quarter and 7-2 at the half, then had to fend off Potsdam’s 3-0 comeback in the third quarter. With the lead whittled to 7-5 going into the final frame, OFA scored three unanswered goals to seal the win. Tegan Frederick dented the net three times, while Eli Bullock offered three assists. Chase Jacobs scored twice and assisted a goal. Drew Costello added a pair of scores, while Keighan Sias chipped in a goal and an assist. Theodore Hewko and Logan Horton had single scores. Alex Wordon was called on to make 10 saves during Potsdam’s mid-game rally, 14 stops overall. For Potsdam, Devin Green tallied three times, while Draw Talcott and Alex Baxter each had a goal and an assist. Bryan Dillon stopped nine shots.

JUNE 1-3: ASHLEY, BURG NET 5 IN LARRIES' WIN; salmon wins

SALMON RIVER 16, MASSENA 7
The Shamrocks scored five goals in each of the first two quarters and established a 10-3 lead by the half, en route to their 10th win of the season (10-1). 
(SR) Kata Elijah 3g 2a, Mason Cree 4g, Ryan Oakes Jr 3g 1a, Carey Terrance 3g, Stone Chubb 1g 2a, Kahentaienni Thompson 1g, Hawi Francis 1g. Saves: Saka Thompson 11, Edward Jacobs 2.
(Mass) Treyton Sunday 2g, Tehokwirathe Barreiro 1g 1a, Bleyton Hopps-Thompson 1g, Ryan Letham 1g, Caleb DArienzo 1g, Zach LaBarge 1g. Saves: Mike Benedict 5, Logan Premo 7.
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SALMON RIVER 17, OGDENSBURG 3
Salmon River outscored O.F.A. 5-1, 7-1, 3-1 and 2-0 per quarter, while pulling even with Canton in the divisional standings, both teams at 9-1.
(SR) Carey Terrance 6g, Kahentaienni Thompson 2g 2a, Stone Chubb 3g 1a, Ryan Oakes Jr 1g 2a, Kata Elijah 2g, Mason Cree 2g 1a, Sebastian Laughing 1g. Saves: Edward Jacobs 6, Saka Thompson 2.
(OFA) Chas Jacobs 1g, Keighan Sias 1g, Dylan Irvine 1g. Saves- Alex Worden 13.
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ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 17, POTSDAM 7
Jayden Ashley and Alex Burg both scored five goals, while Ashley chipped in three assists and Burg two helpers to propel the Larries to their seventh win (7-3). Rotonhnahere (Will) Silver chipped in three goals, Mason Frary added two goals, while Zach Strawser and Evan Smith each produced a goal and an assist. Ashton Adams stopped eight shots in net. For Potsdam, Tyler Berkman netted a hat trick and an assist, Devin Green scored two goals, Drew Talcott pumped in a goal and offered three assists, and Alex Baxter scored a goal.

 

 

 

Games of Week 3: May 17-22, 2021

 NCSN Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 22, 2021

Massena 15, Plattsburgh 4

 

FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021

Massena 14, Potsdam 5

 

THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2021

Canton 15, Ogdensburg 10

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2021

St. Lawrence Central 14, Massena 13 (OT)
Salmon River 12, Canton 5
Ogdensburg 13, Plattsburgh 5

 

TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2021

Non League
Indian River 13, Potsdam 7

 

MONDAY, MAY 17, 2021

Canton 15, Plattsburgh 0
Ogdensburg 13, Potsdam 7
Salmon River 15, St. Lawrence Central 5

may 17-18: Canton unbeaten; o.f.a. wins first of season

INDIAN RIVER 13, POTSDAM 7
Rowan Marsell netted four goals and four assists in leading Indian River to the non-league win at Potsdam. Ramsey Bernard added three goals and three assists. For Potsdam, Drew Talcott led the way with three goals, while Logan McCargar had a pair of goals, and both Tyler Berkman and Tanner Race pitched in a goal and an assist each.
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CANTON 15, PLATTSBURGH 0

Canton goalie Hayden Todd turned aside all eight shots he faced in completing the shutout. Daniel Mahoney led the Golden Bears with a hat trick and three assists. Nolan Bombard also produced a hat trick. Trey Bessett scored two goals and dished out three assists. Charles Grandaw had two goals and an assist.

OGDENSBURG 13, POTSDAM 7
Eli Bullock produced four goals, while Drew Costello drew three goals and two assists to lead the Blue Devils in their first win of the season. Dylan Irvine and Chase Jacobs both ripped a pair of goals, while Keighan Sias added a goal and an assist. Drew Talcott fashioned a hat trick, while Tyler Berkman netted two goals and two assists, and Devin Green and Jimmy Sullivan had single scores for the Sandstoners.

SALMON RIVER 15, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 5
Salmon River opened with a 4-1 lead through the first quarter, then netted six unanswered goals in the final frame for the win. The teams both scored twice in the second period, while the Shamrocks held a 3-2 edge in the third.
(SR) Kata Elijah 4g 1a, Carey Terrance 3g 1a, Crayton Cree 2g 1a, Kahentaienni Thompson 2g, Hawi Francis 1g, Mason Cree 1g, Sebastian Laughing 1g, Stone Chubb 1g. Saves: Saka Thompson 11, Edward Jacobs 2.
(SLC) Jayden Ashley 4g, Alex Burg 1g. Saves: Ashton Adams 11.

 


may 19-22: LARRIES WIN IN O.T.; SALMON HANDS CANTON LOSS

MASSENA 15, PLATTSBURGH 4
Massena racked up 45 shots in squaring its record at 3-3 at Plattsburgh in a 15-4 win. Tehokwirathe Barreiro netted two goals, while issuing five assists to lead the Raiders.  Treyton Sunday slammed four goals with one assist.  Kyden Jacobs contributed two goals and two assists. Zach LaBarge scored twice and added an assist.  Takaronhiotakie Thompson also netted a pair of goals.  Massena goalie Logan Premo collected 11 saves and assisted on Logan Lazore's lone goal.  Plattsburgh goals were scored by Griffin Ouios, Preston Daniels, Jackson Kain and Kai Birtz.  Jake Kennedy provided two assists.
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MASSENA 14, POTSDAM 5
Massena Takaronhiotakie Thompson scored three goals and dished an assist to lead Massena to its second win of the season. Payton Puente added a pair of goals, while Tehokwirathe Barreiro and Kyden Jacobs each netted a goal and an assist. The remaining goals were spread one each among six players. Goalie Mike Benedict recorded four saves. For Potsdam, Devin Green notched two goals, while Drew Talcott popped a goal and offered up an assist. Logan McCargar and Alex Baxter scored the other goals.
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CANTON 15, OGDENSBURG 10
Canton got back to its winning ways, improving to 7-1 and regaining the divisional lead. The Bears’ Aiden Hoose scored four times and assists on two goals, while Colin Taylor joined in with three goals and an assist. Nolan Bombard posted a hat trick. Daniel Mahoney pumped in to goals and offered three assists. Charles Grandaw netted two goals, while Trey Bessette scored one. For OFA, Dylan Irvine and Tegan Frederick both collected two goals and an assist. Eli Bullock netted a pair of goals.
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ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 14, MASSENA 13 (OT)
Alex Burg scored the sudden-victory goal in overtime, squaring the Larries’ season record at 3-3. The goal capped a seesaw battle that saw St. Lawrence edge out to a 4-2 lead, ties at 5-5, 6-6 and 7-7, then the Raiders gain a 10-7 lead. However, St. Lawrence came back in the fourth quarter to forge the seventh tie at 13-all and force overtime. For the Larries, Jayden Ashley scored five goals and setup five other scores, while Burg also had five goals with four assists. Mason Frary chipped in two goals and two assists, while Zach Strawser scored twice. Tommy Storrin had an assist. For Massena, Tehokwirathe Barreiro had a hat trick and one assist. Tryson Sunday added two goals and one assist, while Bleyton Hopps-Thompson tossed in two goals.

SALMON RIVER 12, CANTON 5
Salmon River jumped out to a 6-1 lead in the first quarter, then kept Canton at a distance the rest of the way to avenge its only loss in the season opener in Canton. The win left both teams with 6-1 records and tied at the top of the division.
(SR) Kata Elijah 3g, Hawi Francis 2g 1a, Crayton Cree 2g 1a, Mason Cree 2g, Carey Terrance 1g 1a, Ryan Oakes 1g, Tryton Benedict 1g. Saves: Saka Thompson 16.
(Can) Nolan Bombard 2g, Aiden Hoose 1g 1a, Dan Mahoney 1g, Charlie Grandraw 1g. Saves: Hayden
H. Todd 7

OGDENSBURG 13, PLATTSBURGH 5
Eli Bullock scored five goals and offered two assists to lead Ogdensburg. Drew Costello chimed in with three goals. Teagan Frederick scored a goal and dished out two assists, Keighan Sias had a goal and an assist, while Chase Jacobs had a goal. Plattsburgh scoring was unavailable.

 

 

Games of Week 2: May 10-15, 2021

 NCSN Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2021

Canton 14, Plattsburgh 1
Salmon River 10, St. Lawrence Central 6

 

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2021

Massena 15, Potsdam 3

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 2021

Salmon River 14, Massena 7
Canton 12, St. Lawrence Central 5
Plattsburgh 15, Potsdam 8

 

MONDAY, MAY 10, 2021

Canton 14, Massena 6
Salmon River 17, Plattsburgh 3
St. Lawrence Central 15, Ogdensburg 3

MAY 10: ST. LAWRENCE, CANTON, SALMON RIVER WIN

SALMON RIVER 17, PLATTSBURGH 3
The game was tied 2-2 after the first quarter, but the Shamrocks scored four unanswered tallies in the second frame, outscored Plattsburgh 5-1 in the third and 6-0 in the final quarter.
(SR) Crayton Cree 4g 1a, Stone Chubb 3g 1a, Kata Elijah 2g 4a, Carey Terrance 2g 3a, Mason Cree 2g, Ethan Seymour 1g, Tehoronhiathe 1g, Kahentaienni Thompson 1g, Taharihwakohe Lazore 1g. Saves: Saka Thompson 2, Edward Jacobs 2.
(Platts) - J.Kain 1g 1a, J. Kennedy 1g, K. Britz 1g. Saves: Corbin Murray 13.

CANTON 14, MASSENA 6
Canton presented a well-balance attack with seven different players scoring goals. T. Bessette netted three goals and two assists. Colin Taylor added three goals, while Dan Mahoney added two goals and an assist. Charles Grandaw and Aiden Hoose also chipped in two goals. Hayden Todd collected four saves in net. For Massena, playing its first game of the season, Treyton Sunday scored twice, while single goals came from Ryan Letham, Ryden Jacobs, Bleyton Hopps-Thompson and Caleb D’Arienzo. Keeper Logan Premo collected 24 saves.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 15, OGDENSBURG 3
Jayden Ashley lasered six goals and dished out two assists to lead the Larries. Alex Burg slammed four goals and set up two other tallies. Evan Smith chipped in two goals. Goalie Ashton Adams turned aside six shots. Three separate attackers scored a goal each: Drew Costello, who also had an assist, along with Keighan Sias and Trent Lovely. Keeper Alex Worden also made six saves.

 


MAY 15: SALMON RIVER TOPS LARRIES; CANTON WINS

SALMON RIVER 10, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 6
St. Lawrence Central opened a 3-2 lead through the first quarter, but got shutout 4-0 in the pivotal second period. Salmon River opened a 9-4 lead by the end of the third quarter, en route to the win. For Salmon River, Rarennenha:wi Cook-Francis notched four goals, while Tahnaokata Elijah delivered two scores and Crayton Cree presented a goal and an assist. Jayden Ashley, with four goals and one assist, figures into all but one of the Larries’ scores. Alex Burg and Mason Frary each had a goal and an assist. Salmon River improved to 4-1, while St. Lawrence slipped to 2-2.

CANTON 14, PLATTSBURGH 1
Canton used a fairly well-balance scoring attack, and a seven-save performance from Bears’ goalie Hayden Todd to defeat the Hornets. Nolan Bombard tallied five goals with one assist. Dan Mahoney added two goals and three assists. Trey Bessette and Colin Taylor sprayed two goals each. Aiden Hoose pitched in a goal and two helpers. Rhett Palmer and Charles Grandaw had single goals. Kaai Birtz scored the lone goal for Plattsburgh.

MAY 14: MASSENA EARNS FIRST WIN, BEATING POTSDAM 15-3

MASSENA 15, POTSDAM 3
Massena led Potsdam 8-1 at the half and cruised to the win. The Raiders’ Tryson Sunday collected four goals and one assist, Zach Labarge fired in four goals and Tyden Jacobs pitched in two goals. Michael Benedict, making his first varsity start in net as a senior, made eight saves. For Potsdam, Drew Talcott scored two goals, while Logan McCargar tallied the other.

MAY 12: CANTON TOPS S.L.C.; HORNETS, SHAMROCKS WIN

SALMON RIVER 14, MASSENA 7
A strong 6-1 opening quarter set up Salmon River for a 14-7 win over Massena. The Shamrocks opened up a 13-3 lead through three quarters.
(SR) Kata Elijah 7g 1a, Stone Chubb 2g 3a, Hawi Francis 2g 1a, Mason Cree 2g, Crayton Cree 1g, Carey Terrance 3a. Saka Thompson 10 saves, Edward Jacobs 2 saves
(Mass) - Bleyton Hopps-Thompson 2g 1a, Treyton Sunday 2g, Zach Labarge 2g, Luke Von Borstel 1g.
Logan Premo 6 saves, Michael Benedict 4 saves.

CANTON 12, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 5
In a battle of undefeated, Trey Bessette scored twice and Dan Mahoney scored a goal to give Canton an early 3-0 lead. Jayden Ashley side-winded a goal to put the Larries on the board. Thirty seconds later, Aiden Hoose found Mahoney for a goal. Ashley dialed long distance with the clock running out to end the first quarter 4-2. Ashley scored four of the Larries goals, while Evan Smith tallied the other. Will Silver dealt a pair of assists, while Mason Frary had an assist. Charles Grandaw led the winning Bears with five goals. Hoose produced two goals and two assists. Bessette and Mahoney finished with two goals and one assist each. Hayden Todd was credited with 15 saves for the Bears.

PLATTSBURGH 15, POTSDAM 8
Plattsburgh edged out to a 4-2 lead at Potsdam, before rolling to a 15-8 victory. Kai Birth scored five goals, while Preston Daniels mixed four goals with three assists. Jake Dandrow offered a pair of goals, while Owen Pray scored the other. Jake Kennedy, Jackson Kain and Griffini Ovius each had one assist. For Potsdam, Tyler Berkman scored two goals and assisted on three others. Logan McCargar scored two goals and offered up one assist.

 

Games of Week 1: May 3-8, 2021

 NCSN Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2021

Salmon River 15, Ogdensburgg 2

 

FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2021

Non League
Watertown 7, Canton 3

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 2021

St. Lawrence Central 16, Potsdam 1
Canton 17, Ogdensburg 7
Plattsburgh at Massena, ppd.

 

MONDAY, MAY 3, 2021

Canton 9, Salmon River 6
Potsdam at Massena, ppd.
Plattsburgh at Ogdensburg, ppd.

MAY 7-8: CANTON BEATEN IN WATERTOWN; Salmon Wins

SALMON RIVER 15, OGDENSBURG 2
Tehaskate Elijah scored four goals, while Mason Cree provided tow goals and three assists and Stone Chubb notched two goals and two helpers in powering the Shamrock offense.  Salmon River keeper S. Thompson collected to saves.  Keighan Sias scored both goals for OFA, with assists from Eli Bullock and Holden Woods.

WATERTOWN 7, CANTON 3

Watertown was led by V. Lavarnway with four goals and K. Combs with two goals. Dan Mahoney contributed a goal and one assist, while Charles Grandaw and Tyler Bessett pitched in a goal each. 

 


 

 

MAY 5: ST. LAWRENCE, CANTON POST BIG VICTORIES

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 16, POTSDAM 1
Jayden Ashley netted the Larries’ first four goals in the first six minutes, and took part in 13 of 16 goals, guiding St. Lawrence Central. The junior finished with 10 goals and three assists. Potsdam’s lone goal came on a screened bouncing shot off the stick of Logan McCargar to make it 4-1. The Larries led 8-1 at the half. Alex Burg added a two goals and five assists. Zach Strewser notched two goals. SLC keeper Matt Smith allowed just one goal on 10 shots. Potsdam keeper Gabe Matthis stopped 12 shots.

CANTON 17, OGDENSBURG 7
Dan Mahoney netted another hat trick and dished off three assists to pace the Golden Bears. Aiden Hoose contributed three goals and two assists. Nolan Bombard connected on four goals and Rhett Palmer added two goals and an assist. Hayden Todd turned aside eight shots. For Ogdensburg, Brady Bullock posted three goals and an assist. Drew Costello added two goals, while Keighan Sias and Chase Jacobs had single markers. Goalie Alex Worden collected 14 saves.

May 3: CANTON OPENS SEASON WITH 9-6 WIN VS. SHAMROCKS

After a 2-2 tie at the half, Canton built a 6-4 lead at the half, then held off the Shamrocks 9-6 in the league's season opener.  Daniel Mahoney led the Bears with three goals and an assist.  Aiden Hoose got the scoring under way the Canton's first two goals.  Colin Taylor contributed two goals.  Trey Bessette and Charlie Grandaw each scored a goal.  Stone Chubb led the Shamrocks with a hat trick, while Tryton Benedict had 2 assists.