Salmon River Repeats as Section X Champs, After COVID Off Year


Canton's Camryn Sipher (8) fires a shot over Massena's Heather LaShomb (15) and goaltender Skarlett Wilson for a shot on net.  Sipher connected on a pair of second-half goals to boost Canton to an 11-6 win over the Red Raiders in the Section X girls lacrosse semifinals.  (Bob LaRue photo) 

2021 GIRLS SECTION X LACROSSE
Final Regular Season Standings


x-Salmon River
Canton
Massena
Potsdam
Lake Placid
Plattsburgh
Heuvelton
Ogdensburg
W-L    GB   NonLg
14-0      -        0-0
12-2     2        0-1
10-4     4        1-0
  8-6     6        0-2
  6-8     8        0-0
4-10   10        0-0
1-13   13        0-0
1-13   13        0-0



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Section X Girls Power Ratings
N.Y. State Girls Class A Ratings
N.Y. State Girls Class B Ratings
N.Y. State Girls Class C Ratings
N.Y. State Girls Overall Ratings
National PowerLax Website

 

Section X Girls Lacrosse Playoffs

THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2021

Section X Championship - at Massena
(#1) Salmon River 16, (#2) Canton 5

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2021

Section X Semifinals - Home of Higher Seed
(#1) Salmon River 21, (#4) Potsdam 1

 

MONDAY, JUNE 14, 2021

Section X Semifinals - Home of Higher Seed
(#2) Canton 11, (#3) Massena 6

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 2021

Section X Quarterfinals - Home of Higher Seed
(#3) Massena 13, (#6) Plattsburgh 3
(#4) Potsdam 16, (#5) Lake Placid 7

salmon river squelches potsdam scoring in semis

SALMON RIVER 21, POTSDAM 1
Salmon River positioned itself to go after a second-straight Section X title, following a 21-1 thumping of the Potsdam Sandstoners in the section’s semifinal contest. The (#1) Shamrocks will again face (#2) Canton in the championship contest, as they did in 2019 when they beat the Golden Bears 9-8, before COVID shut down the 2020 season. The 2021 Shamrocks’ semifinal win was anchored by Joryan Adams who factored into nine goals (seven goals and two assists), followed by Paisley Cook’s three goals and three assists. Winter Jock also fired in three goals with one assist. Kendall Jock, Ryanne LaFrance, Gracie King and Kaia Swamp all contributed two goals. Goaltender Kimmy Swamp collected 10 saves. For Potsdam, Elly Gamble scored the lone goal. The Sandstoners ended their season at 9-9 overall.

MASSENA, POTSDAM GRAB QUARTERFINAL VICTORIES

MASSENA 13, PLATTSBURGH 3
Massena’s Aryssa Hopps scored five goals, while Madison Ward added four scores in guiding the Raiders to a 13-3 win over Plattsburgh in the Section X Girls Lacrosse quarterfinals. The (#3) Raiders got single goals from Hailey LaShomb (who also supplied three assists), Faith Halladay (two assists), Lena LaShomb (one helper) and Jeanelle Burke. Skarlett Wilson collected nine saves. For the (#6) Hornets, Robin Trombley scored all three goals. Goalie Sophia Brown stopped nine shots in net. Plattsburgh finished its season at 4-11 overall.

POTSDAM 16, LAKE PLACID 7
Fourth-seeded Potsdam built a 7-0 lead and 11-4 by the half, en route to a 16-7 win over (#5) Lake Placid in the Section X girls lacrosse quarterfinals. Kennedy Emerson racked up five goals, while Sophie Compeau added four scores and Ava Reynolds generated a hat trick. Potsdam advances to face top-seeded Salmon River in the semifinals. For Lake Placid, Olivia Ferebee scored four of the first five goals, while Rylee Preston scored the other three. Lake Placid’s season closed at 6-9 overall.

 


SALMON RIVER PULLS AWAY FROM CANTON FOR CROWN

SALMON RIVER 16, CANTON 5
The Salmon River Shamrocks capped off an undefeated 16-0 season by successfully defending their school’s Section X girls lacrosse championship, title that was two years ago after last year’s lost season to the coronavirus pandemic. The names of Paisley Cook, Wynter Jock, Kendall Jock and Joryan Adams factored into every single Shamrock goal in the game. Cook set the tone, igniting the Shamrocks with a goal just 21 seconds into the game. Kara White scored from Adams nearly five minutes later for a 2-0 lead. Canton countered when Lindsay Filiatrault pumped in a goal 1:18 later to trim the lead to 2-1. The Shamrocks pushed out to a 5-1 lead, but the Bears stayed close with back-to-back scores. Wynter Jock gained here 100th point of the season when she assisted on Cook’s fourth goal of the game to open a 6-3 lead. The Shamrocks built a 7-4 lead at the half, but netted two quick goals to start the second half and exercised their authority in claiming their second-straight title. In all, Cook racked up seven goals and two assists, while Wynter Jock produced four goals and three assists. Adams (with three assists) and Kendall Jock (with one assist) netted a pair of goals each. Canton’s Etta Coburn led the Bears with two goals and one assist in the final, and was named Section X girls lacrosse MVP for the season. =Haley Stevenson scored twice and Hannah Reed registered Canton’s lone goal of the second half to make it 10-5.

OPENING SURGE LIFTS CANTON PAST MASSENA IN SEMIFINAL


Canton's Camryn Sipher (8) fires a shot over Massena's Heather LaShomb (15) and goaltender Skarlett Wilson for a shot on net.  Sipher connected on a pair of second-half goals to boost Canton to an 11-6 win over the Red Raiders in the Section X girls lacrosse semifinals.  (Bob LaRue photos) 

Canton's Etta Coburn (9) scoots around Massena defender Jeanelle Burke (3) for one of her three goals.  Coburn also provided two assists in helping guide the Bears.
 

CANTON 11, MASSENA 6
Canton opened a 6-0 lead before the Red Raiders began to make noise and scored four goals late in the half.  Leading 7-4 at the break, Canton stemmed the Raiders' surge in the second half for an 11-6 win in the Section X girls lacrosse semifinals.  Vivian Coburn netted a goals and five assists.  Hannah Reed scooped in three goals, while Camryn Sipher provided two goals.  The Golden Bears advance to face the winner of the Salmon River-Potsdam contest, which was postponed till Tuesday due to thunderstorms.  For Massena, Jayla Thompson scored three goals and provided one assist, while Hailey LaShomb delivered a goal and two assists.  Massena finished its season at 12-5 overall.

 


 

Games of Week 4-6: May 24-June 10, 2021

THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2021

Canton 14, Potsdam 4
Salmon River 23, Lake Placid 4
Plattsburgh 13, Heuvelton 4

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 2021

Lake Placid 11, Plattsburgh 10 (2OT)

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2021

Salmon River 25, Potsdam 9
Canton 15, Heuvelton 3

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 2021

Canton 15, Lake Placid 5

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2021

Salmon River 23, Massena 8
Potsdam 7, Plattsburgh 6

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 2021

Massena 17, Heuvelton 4
Lake Placid 15, Ogdensburg 5
Salmon River 14, Canton 12

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 2021

Salmon River 27, Ogdensburg 2
Non League
Indian River 18, Potsdam 7

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 2021

Canton 14, Massena 4
Heuvelton 13, Ogdensburg 11

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 2021

Salmon River 19, Plattsburgh 3
Potsdam 22, Lake Placid 16

 

THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2021

Massena 16, Ogdensburg 2
Salmon River at Potsdam, ppd.

 

TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2021

Massena 17, Potsdam 8
Plattsburgh 12, Ogdensburg 2
Salmon River at Canton, ppd.

 

MONDAY, MAY 24, 2021

Lake Placid 14, Heuvelton 7

JUNE 4: SHAMROCKS EDGE CANTON; MASSENA WINS

SALMON RIVER 14, CANTON 12
Salmon River outlasted Canton in a tightly-contested 14-12 victory and edged closer to another championship season. The Shamrocks (11-0) opened up a two-game lead over both the Golden Bears (9-2) and Massena (10-3), with just three games left in their regular season. Paisley Cook snapped six goals and two assists, while Kendall Jock wristed a pair of goals, Wynter Jock added a goal and two assists, and Roanne LaFrance, Joryan Adams and Kaia Swamp each posted a goal and an assist. Kimmy Swamp turned aside drbrn shots in net. Canton’s Etta Coburn fired in six goals with three assists. Camry Sipher popped in three goals, while Haley Stevenson added a pair of scores, while both Vivian Coburn and Megan Martin provided single goals.

MASSENA 17, HEUVELTON 4
Jayla Thompson spun four goals and three assists in propelling Massena to the win. Jeanelle Burke and Gabrielle Thomas each scored three times, while Kathryn Meyer dealt two goals and an assist, and Auna Shadle scored twice. Skarlett Wilson needed just two saves in the win. For Heuvelton, Emma Lafever added two more goals to her season, while Raya Mcgaw and Avery Murphy scored the other goals. Alivia Bean stopped 10 shots on net.

LAKE PLACID 15, OGDENSBURG 5
Olivia Ferebee scored six goals, while Sydney Dann added three goals and an assist, and Riley Preston chipped in three goals to power Lake Placid. For Ogdensburg, Paige Merz scored three times, while Paige LaRock added two goals. Audrey Harradine provided two assists.

JUNE 1: SALMON RIVER STAYS UNBEATEN; POTSDAM WINS

SALMON RIVER 19, PLATTSBURGH 3
Salmon River added to its slim divisional lead over idle Canton and Massena, with a commanding win. Joryan Adams (four assists) and Wynter Jock (one assist) each pumped in four goals in the win. Paisley Cook added two goals and three assists, with two goal and two assists from Gracie King. Goalie Kimmy Swamp stopped nine shots. For the Hornets, Robin Trombley scored all three goals, with one assist each from Susie Kennedy, Kiara Maggie and Jillian Kain.

POTSDAM 22, LAKE PLACID 16
Potsdam improved to 7-4 (7-5 overall) by outlasting Lake Placid. Potsdam trailed 11-9 at the break, but held the Bombers to just five goals in the second half. Kennedy Emerson racked up seven goals. Katharine Cowen, Sophie Compeau, Keegan McGaheran and Hannah Hughes all scored three goals apiece, while Elly Gamble pocketed two scores. For Lake Placid, Olivia Ferebee totaled eight goals, Sydney Dann added four goals and Rylee Preston pitched in three scores.

MAY 27: MASSENA VICTORY TIGHTENS RACE FOR FIRST

MASSENA 16, OGDENSBURG 2
Massena shared the wealth with nine players getting goals and/or assists, while the Raiders tightened the three-way race for first place in the conference. Jeanelle Burke led Massena with three goals and four assists, while Hailey LaShomb unloaded with four goals, Kathryn Meyer added a hat trick and Lena LaShomb scored twice. Gabrielle Thomas made five saves in the Raider net. For Ogdensburg, Paige Merz had a goal and an assist, Paige LaRock scored a goal, and Ellie Foster was called on to make 13 saves. With Massena’s win, the Raiders, Salmon River and Canton are all within a half-game of each other at the top of the division.

may 24-25: placid, massena, Plattsburgh score wins

MASSENA 17, POTSDAM 8
Kathryn Mayer, Hailey LaShomb and Jeanelle Burke scored four goals each, while Hopps added two assists to power the Raiders (8-2, 9-2 overall) and within a game of first place in a three-way battle for the regular-season divisional lead. For Potsdam, Sophie Compeau netted three goals, while Keegan McGaheran buried two goals.

PLATTSBURGH 12, OGDENSBURG 2
Plattsburgh (3-7) held a 5-2 halftime lead, adding seven unanswered goals in the second half. The Hornets were led by Robin Trombly and Cheyenne Knelly with four goals each. Jillian Kain added a pair, with Kiara Maggy and Bella Girard each scored one. Maggy and Natalie Kay chipped in two assists each, with Trombly, Girard and Celine Juneau picking up one each. Paige Merz paced Ogdensburg (1-9) scoring both goals. Brinley Frederick contributed one assist. Sophia Brown made 13 saves for the Hornets. Ellie Foster collected 12 saves for the Blue Devils.
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LAKE PLACID 14, HEUVELTON 7
Lake Placid opened a 10-3 lead at the half, before closing out the 14-7 victory. Sydney Dann had a hat trick in the first half and four goals overall. Olivia Ferebee had three goals, with two scores each for Rylee Preston and Belle Wissler. For Heuvelton, Emma Lafaver had a goal in the first half and all four scores after the break. Avery Murphy and Raya McGaw also scored a goal for the Bulldogs.

JUNE 10: cANTON, POTSDAM, SALMON rIVER WIN GAMES

CANTON 14, POTSDAM 4
Etta Coburn poured in eight goals to lead the Golden Bears. Haley Stevenson popped in two goals and dished an assist. Lindsey Filiatrault contributed two goals. For Potsdam, Kennedy Emerson splashed two goals, while Sophie Compeau pitched in a goal and an assist, and Ava Reynolds scored a goal.

SALMON RIVER 23, LAKE PLACID 4
The Shamrocks were led by Joryan Adams’ four goals and four assists, with Paisley Cook also scoring four goals with two assists. Ariyah LaFrance supplied three goals and three assists. Gracie King offered two goals and three assists. Wynter Jock, Kendall Jock and Tallis Barbell scored two goals each. For Lake Placid, Rylee Preston and Olivia Ferebee also scored two goals each.

PLATTSBURGH 13, HEUVELTON 4
The Bulldogs got off to a fast start with three goals in the first five minutes, but the Hornets countered with a five-goal spurt to gain the lead for keeps. Robin Trombly led the Hornets with seven goals. Celine Juneau and Jillian Kain added a goal each. Avery Murphy and Emma Lafaver scored two goals each for Heuvelton. In net, Sophia Brown turned away 14 shots, while Alivia Bean made eight saves.

JUNE 8-9: Shamrocks EARN REGULAR SEASON TITLE

LAKE PLACID 11, PLATTSBURGH 10 (2OT)
Sydney Dann scored the game winner, just 2:10 into the second extra period to lift Lake Placid to an 11-10 over Plattsburgh. The Hornets (3-10) rallied from a 10-7 deficit to tie the game with 1:07 left in regulation. The first three-minute OT was a draw, forcing the second and deciding period. Lake Placid (6-7) had goals from Dann (4), Olivia Ferebee (4), Addy Dann (2) and Phoebe Peer. Emma Wood picked up nine saves for the Bombers. The Hornets were led by Robin Trombly with four goals. Bella Girard (2), Celine Juneau, Cheyenne Knelly, Jillian Kain and Adrienne Gonyo all added goals. Sophia Brown had seven saves for Plattsburgh.
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SALMON RIVER 25, POTSDAM 9
Salmon River dashed out to a 16-6 halftime lead in defeating the Sandstoners, improving to 13-0 and claiming first-place honors for the regular season. Joryan Adams racked up four goals and seven assists, while Kendall Jock punched in five goals. Paisley Cook, Wynter Jock and Ariyah LaFrance all produced three goals for the Shamrocks. For Potsdam, Kennedy Emerson poured in four goals and Keegan McGaheran cashed in three markers.

CANTON 15, HEUVELTON 3
Haley Stevenson piled up three goals and four assists to lead the Golden Bears, with Etta Coburn and Hannah Reed adding three goals each. For Heuvelton, Emma Lafaver, Caidence Durant and Raya Mcgaw scored the goals.

JUNE 5-6: SHAMROCKS claim title share; Potsdam wins

CANTON 15, LAKE PLACID 5
Canton (10-2) kept its slim hopes for a share of the division title intact, while securing no less than second place in the conference with its 15-5 win at Lake Placid. Haley Stevenson netted four goals on four shots to lead the Bears, while four players – Megan Martin, Vivian Coburn, Amelia Rodee and Camryn Sipher – all scored two goals. Martin also dished out an assist. Etta Coburn and Lindsay Filiatrault each provided a goal and an assist. Sarah Rodee had two saves in net.
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SALMON RIVER 25, MASSENA 9

Salmon River reached at least a share of the regular-season title in downing Massena. The Shamrocks are 12-0 with a two-game lead, and just two games left before playoffs. Salmon led by just two goals, 10-8 at the half, but produced a powerful 15-1 romp in the second half to secure the win. Wynter Jock factored into 11 goals with six goals and five assists, while Joryan Adams was part of 10 goals apiece, as she contributed five goals and five assists. Salmon goalkeeper Kimmy Swamp turned away 10 shots. For Massena, Jeanelle Burk led the way with three goals, while Kathryn Mayer scored a pair of goals and Jayla Thompson contributed a goal and an assist.

POTSDAM 7, PLATTSBURGH 6
Potsdam gathered its eighth win of the season by squeezing past the Hornets 7-6 in Plattsburgh. Plattsburgh rallied from a 3-0 halftime deficit to tie the game twice at 5-5 and 6-6. Potsdam’s game-winning goal was scored with 2:35 to go. Sophie Compeau led the way with two goals, including the game winner, while Elly Gamble notched a goal and assisted on the final goal. Also scoring for Potsdam were Kennedy Emerson, Keegan McGaheran, Hannah Hughes and Natalie Cowan. Potsdam keeper Kate Davis made 16 saves. For Plattsburgh, Robin Trombly scored four times, while Natalie Kay and Jillian Kain added goals. Kiara Maggy (2), Celine Juneau, Cheyenne Knelly and Trombly added assists. Sophia Brown had 20 saves for the Hornets.

JUNE 2-3: canton, salmon river battle at the top

SALMON RIVER 27, OGDENSBURG 2
The Shamrocks edged closer to capturing the division flag, now with a one full-game lead over idle Canton, following a dominating win at Ogdensburg. Joryan Adams factored into nine scores, with four goals and five assists. Paisley Cook had a balanced four goals and four assists. Ariyah LaFrance scored just once, but dished out five assists. Kendall Jock also dented the twines four times. Paige LaRock scored at 2:56 and Paige Merz dented the net at 21:51 for the Blue Devils’ lone scores.

INDIAN RIVER 18, POTSDAM 7
In a non-league encounter, Michaela Davis tallied seven goals in powering the Warriors victory at Potsdam. Indian River built an 11-3 lead at the half. Abigail Smith produced a hat trick, while Maddie Goodrich scored three straight in the first half, then added another after intermission. For Potsdam, Kennedy Emerson also netted four scores, while Nora O’Gorman, Keegan McGaheran and Ava Reynolds accounted for the other three goals.
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CANTON 14, MASSENA 4

Canton (9-1) edged to within a half-game of division leading Salmon River (9-0), by downing Massena (9-3). Etta Coburn figured into 10 of 14 goals with five goals and five assists. Camry Sipher tickled twine three times, while Haley Stevenson produced two goals. Vivian Coburn and Hannah Reed each scored once and offered two assists. Massena four goals were spread between Madison Ward, Kat Meyer, Briallen Harper-Moulton and Hailey LaShomb.

HEUVELTON 13, OGDENSBURG 11
The Bulldogs won their first game of the season, edging O.F.A. Heuvelton led 11-5 at the half. Emma Lafaver rallied Heuvelton with five goals and an assist. Caidence Durant netted three goals, while Dakota Mourthorp and Raya Mcgaw each scored twice. Avery Murphy added a goal. Alivia Bean stopped 10 shots in net. For Ogdensburg, Paige Merz pumped in four goals, Hannah Costello added three, Brinley Frederick produced two scores, and Abby Gausconi and Ella O’Neil dented the mesh once each.

 


 

Games of Week 3: May 17-22, 2021

SATURDAY, MAY 22, 2021

Massena 8, Plattsburgh 6
Potsdam 16, Heuvelton 8

 

FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021

Lake Placid 9, Heuvelton 7

 

THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2021

Massena 11, Potsdam 8
Salmon River 23, Canton 13

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2021

Salmon River 25, Massena 7
Plattsburgh 9, Ogdensburg 5

 

TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2021

Lake Placid 13, Ogdensburg 4
Canton 15, Heuvelton 1
Potsdam 15, Plattsburgh 5

 

MONDAY, MAY 17, 2021

Canton 15, Ogdensburg 2
Non League

Massena 10, Carthage 5

MAY 19: SHAMROCKS POUND MASSENA; HORNETS WIN

SALMON RIVER 25, MASSENA 7
Nine different Shamrocks scored goals, led by Winter Jock with five goals and three assists. Joryan Adams added four goals and three assists, while Kendall Jock also netted a hat trick. (2) had three assists. Aryssa Hopps scored a pair of goals and dished one assist. M Ward netted two goals. Thompson, LaShomb and Meyer each scored a goal.

PLATTSBURGH 9, OGDENSBURG 5
Plattsburgh was led by a pair of goals each from Bella Girard, Cheyenne Knelly, Kiara Maggy and Robin Trombly. Adrienne Gonyo added a goal and Jillian Kain notched an assist. Ogdensburg was led by two goals each from Brinley Frederick and Page Metz, while Jadeyn Awan tallied the other score. Frederick, Awan and Megan Reed recorded assists. Sophia Brown had eight saves for the Hornets. Ellie Foster stopped 19 shots for O.F.A.

MAY 16-17: mASSENA BEATS CARTHAGE; CANTON WINS

MASSENA 10, CARTHAGE 5
For the Red Raiders, Aryssa Hopps score five goals with an assist, while Arianna Thompson added two goals, with single goals from Madison Ward, Hailey LaShomb and Faith Halladay. Skarlett Wilson collected six saves between the pipes.

CANTON 15, OGDENSBURG 2
Etta Coburn led the Bears with five goals and one assist. Camryn Sipher and Haley Stevenson each logged two goals. Paige Merz and Brinley Frederick scored the goals for Ogdensburg.
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LAKE PLACID 13, PLATTSBURGH 4
Lake Placid gained a 13-4, lightning-shortened contest over the hornets. After a 45-minute halftime break due to a thunder clap, the teams retook the field. But another lightning strike about a minute into the second half prompted referees to call the game for good, and goes down as an official game. Lake Placid (1-5) was paced by Olivia Ferebee with five goals. Bombers scorers also included Rylee Preston (4), Sydney Dann (2) Lily Fisher (1) and Weber Hemsley (1). Plattsburgh (1-5) trailed from the beginning, with two goals each from Robin Trombly and Kiara Maggy. Sophia Brown had five saves for the Hornets. Helena Dramm picked up a save for the Bombers.

 



MAY 20-22: SHAMROCKS beat bears: battle of unbeaten

MASSENA 8, PLATTSBURGH 6
Massena improved to 7-2, 8-2 overall by outlasting Plattsburgh 8-6. The Raiders led 5-3 at the half. Plattsburgh (2-7) stayed with Massena all game, knotting the score at 3-3 in the first half and 6-6 in the second. Massena had a pair of goals each from Jeanelle Burke and Kat Mayer, with Madison Ward, Arissa Hopps, Delaney McCarthy and Hailey LaShomb scoring singletons. Burke (2), Hopps, Hailey and Lena LaShomb contributed assists. The Hornets were led by two goals from Robin Trombly and one each from Celine Juneau, Jillian Kain, Susie Kennedy and Kiara Maggy. Ada Johnston and Maggy added assists. Sophia Brown had 15 saves for the Hornets. Gabrielle Thomas had seven saves for the Raiders.

POTSDAM 16, HEUVELTON 8
Potsdam built a 10-5 lead at the half, before posting a 16-8 win at Heuvelton. Sophie Compeau paced Potsdam with seven goals and one assist. Hannah Hughes added four goals, Megan McWilliams scored twice, and Elly Gamble, Maggin Akin and Halle Varney netted a goal each. Potsdam’s keeper made eight saves. Heuvelton was led by Emma Lafaver’s six goals, while Cadence Durant and Ashley Calton produced a goal each. Alivia Bean made 11 saves.
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LAKE PLACID 9, HEUVELTON 7
Rylee Preston scored three goals and tossed out two assists, while Sydney Dann contributed two goals for Lake Placid that squeezed past Heuvelton 9-7. Emma Lafaver netted a hat trick and three assists to lead Heuvelton. Dakota Mouthorp added three goals and Raya McGaw contributed a goal for the Bulldogs.
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MASSENA 11, POTSDAM 8

Massena was led by Aryssa Hopps with six goals, with Madison Ward scoring twice and Hailey LaShomb, Sabella Cromie and Kathryn Mayer tallying a goal each. For Potsdam, Sophie Compeau netted four goals and an assist. Kennedy Emerson produced a hat trick and Ava Reynolds scored a goal.

SALMON RIVER 23, CANTON 13
In a wild 36-goal battle of undefeated teams, Salmon River punched up 23 goals to Canton’s 13. The Shamrocks’ Karah White scored six goals with one assist, Joryan Adams buried four goals and chipped in three assists, Wynter Jock was credited with eight assists while scoring two goals of her own, and Paisley Cook collected five goals with two assists. Etta Coburn’s seven goals and three assists paced the Golden Bears. Haley Stevenson connected on three goals and dished out three assists. Hannah Reed scored twice and offered one assist.

MAY 18: lAKE PLACID, CANTON, POTSDAM FORGE VICTORIES

LAKE PLACID 13, OGDENSBURG 4
Preston Riley paced Lake Placid with six goals scored. Sydney Dann also led the way with three goals and four assists, while Phoebe Peer tossed in a hat trick and two helpers. Bella Wissler added a tally. Goalie Emma Wood made eight saves. Brinley Frederick nailed three goals, while Paige Merz collected a goal and an assist for Ogdensburg.

CANTON 15, HEUVELTON 1
For Canton, Haley Stevenson collected four goals, Etta Coburn had three goals and an assist, Camry Sipher also scored three times. Vivian Coburn, Wyatt Newman, Amelia Rodee, Hannah Reed and Lindsay Filiatrault all scored one each. Emma Lafaver scored the lone goal for Heuvelton.

POTSDAM 15, PLATTSBURGH 5
Potsdam led 9-4 at the half, but allowed the Hornets just one goal after halftime. Sophie Compeau scored seven goals in leading the Sandstoners past Plattsburgh. Keegan McGaheran chipped in a hat trick and an assist. Danielle Emerson, Kennedy Emerson, Elly Gamble, Hannah Hughes and Celeste Gardner all scored single goals for Potsdam. The Hornets were led by Robin Trombley with three goals, along with Jillian Kane and Cheyenne Knelly with one goal each.

 

 

 

Games of Week 2: May 10-15, 2021

SUNDAY, MAY 16, 2021

Lake Placid 13, Plattsburgh 4

 

SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2021

Salmon River 31, Heuvelton 0
Potsdam 21, Ogdensburg 6
Massena 15, Lake Placid 11

 

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2021

Canton 14, Plattsburgh 3

 

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2021

Canton 16, Massena 4
Potsdam 19, Lake Placid 11

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 2021

Salmon River 22, Plattsburgh 4
Ogdensburg 18, Heuvelton 10

 

TUESDAY, MAY 11, 2021

Potsdam 20, Heuvelton 5
Massena 20, Plattsburgh 6

 

MONDAY, MAY 10, 2021

Canton 15, Ogdensburg 3
Salmon River 18, Lake Placid 5

may 12: O.F.A. WINS FIRST GAME; SHAMROCKS WIN

SALMON RIVER 22, PLATTSBURGH 4
Wynter Jock led the Shamrocks with four goals and one assist. Joryan Adams balanced three goals with three assists. Kendall Jock was credited with three goals and four assists. Teya LaFrance and Kimora Swamp struck for three goals each. Ariyah LaFrance netted a goal and three assists. For Plattsburgh, Robin Trombley scored two goals. Celine Juneau and Cheyenne Keely scored singles.

OGDENSBURG 18, HEUVELTON 10
Ogdensburg grabbed its first win of the season, behind six goals by Paige Merz. Bailey Fredericks posted four goals and one assist, while Hanna O’Reilly added four goals. Ellie Foster stopped 12 shots to backstop the win. For Heuvelton, Emma Lafaver netted six goals and an assist. Avery Murphy scored two times. Goalie Alivia Bean made 15 saves.

  MAY 10: sALMON RIVER & CANTON STAY UNBEATEN 4-0

CANTON 15, OGDENSBURG 3
Canton offered nine different goal scorers. Etta Coburn tallied three goals and four assists, while Haley Stevenson provided a three goals and one assist. Amelia Rodee tallied two goals and an assists, while Hannah Reed and Megan Martin each scored twice. Vivian Coburn scored just once, but dished out four assists. For Ogdensburg, Paige Merz and Hannah Costello scores single goals. Ellie Foster recorded 12 saves.

SALMON RIVER 18, LAKE PLACID 5
Wynter Jock logged six goal and four assists in powering Salmon River’s win. Jordan Adams delivered four goals three assists, while Kate White sunk four goals with an assist. Paisley Cook and Roanne LaFrance punched in two goals with an assist each. For Lake Placid, Olivia Ferebee had goals, while Sydrey Don and Rylee Preston each had one goal.

 


 

 

may 15: RAIDERS OUTLAST PLACID; pOTSDAM, ROCKS wIN

MASSENA 15, LAKE PLACID 11
Aryssa Hopps tossed in four goals and dished out four assists to lead the Raiders. Kat Mayer added three goals, Jeanelle Burke scored twice and provided an assist, while Madison Ward and Ariana Thompson scored a pair of goals. Goalies Gabrielle Thomas (6 saves) and Skarlett Wilson (4 save) backstopped the Massena win. For Lake Placid, Rylee Preston struck for a game-best six goals, Olivia Ferebee collected three goals, Sydney Dann tickled twine twice and Belle Wissler offered three assists.

POTSDAM 21, OGDENSBURG 6
Potsdam racked up its third high-scoring game in a row, totaling 60 goals in the streak, in downing OFA as its latest opponent. Katie Cowen scored six goals, Sophie Compeau tallied five times and Ava Reynolds added four markers in the win. OFA got goals from Hanna O’Reilly and Audrey Harradine, with single scores from Paige LaRock and Paige Merz.

SALMON RIVER 31, HEUVELTON 0
For Salmon River, 17 different players scored goals and 13 players provided assists, led by Kendall Jock with four goals and six assists. Ariyah LaFrance netted three goals and offered two assists, while Joryan Adams sunk two goals and dished out two assists. Nine other players scored a pair of goals each, in the balanced and overwhelming attack. Kimora Swamp needed just two saves for the shutout.

may 14: CANTON improves to 6-0, beating plattsburgh

CANTON 14, PLATTSBURGH 3
Canton took over sole possession of first place in the division, improving to 6-0, with a 14-3 win over Plattsburgh. Salmon River (5-0) was idle. The two unbeaten teams are on a collision course for their first of two head-to-head meetings on May 20th, hosted by the Shamrocks, then five days later at Canton. Haley Stevenson led the Bears with three goals and four assists, while Vivian Coburn added three goals and two helpers. Etta Coburn dished out five assists. Ally Kian, Lindsay Filiatrault, Claire Coakley and Phoebe Jaskowski all scored a goal. For Plattsburgh, Cheyenne Keely scored twice and Robin Trombley scored the goal.

may 13: CANTON WINS BATTLE OF UNBEATENS IN 16-4 WIN

CANTON 16, MASSENA 4
Etta Coburn racked up seven goals and three assists to pace the Golden Bears. Haley Stevenson added four goals, while Hanna Reed chipped in three scores. Meg Martin offered three assists and Camry Sipher posted two assists. Sarah Rodee had six saves in net. For Massena, Jeanelle Burke, Jaya Thompson, Madison Ward and Kathryn Mayer scored single goals. Burke had two assists. Skarlett Wilson also had six saves for Massena.

POTSDAM 19, LAKE PLACID 11
Kennedy Emerson and Sophie Compeau ripped yarn for five goals each in lifting Potsdam to a 19-11 victory. Keegan McGaheran chimed in with three goals and three helpers, while Ava Reynolds tossed in three goals for the Sandstoners. For Lake Placid, Rylee Peer produced six goals, Sydney Dann netted three goals and Phoebe Peer added one marker.

may 11: potsdam, massena rack up 20 goals in wins

POTSDAM 20, HEUVELTON 5
Katie Cohen split the defense and got the point-blank shot, less than two minutes into the contest, to launch a five-goal start for the Sandstoners (2-2) and Potsdam’s 20-goal assault on the Bulldogs. Sophie Compeau scored the next three goals and racked up six goals and an assist; Hanna Hughes buried four markers, Ava Reynonds scored three times, and both Kennedy Emerson and Keegan McGaheran contributed two goals each. Dakota Mouthorp pocketed four of Heuvelton’s five goals. Raya McCaw scored the other goal.

MASSENA 20, PLATTSBURGH 6
Massena’s Jeanelle Burke blasted five goals and dished out two assists, while Jaya Thompson pitched in four goals and two assists, to guide the Red Raiders to their fourth win (4-0). Kathryn Mayer contributed three goals and a pair of assists, while Madison Ward and Hailey LaShomb each scored twice. Aryssa Hopps added one goal and three helpers. For Plattsburgh, Robin Trombly had a hat trick. Kiara Maggy added two goals, while Christina Maglione and Cheyenne Knolly tossed in a goal each. Goalie Sophia Brown made 12 saves.

 

Games of Week 1: May 1-8, 2021

SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2021

Canton 18, Potsdam 6
Massena 16, Heuvelton 4
Salmon River 27, Ogdensburg 4

 

FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2021

Canton 16, Plattsburgh 2

 

THURSDAY, MAY 6, 2021

Salmon River 23, Heuvelton 2
Potsdam 15, Ogdensburg 14 (OT)
Massena 15, Lake Placid 4

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 2021

Plattsburgh 17, Heuvelton 16

 

TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2021

Salmon River 22, Potsdam 3
Canton 18, Lake Placid 5
Massena 18, Ogdensburg 2
Plattsburgh at Heuvelton, ppd. to 5/5

 

SATURDAY, MAY 1, 2021

Non League
Watertown 17, Canton 4
Indian River 20, Potsdam 2

may 6: potsdam nips o.f.a.;
massena, salmon river win

SALMON RIVER 23, HEUVELTON 2
Salmon River demonstrated a balanced scoring attack with 17 players making it onto the scoresheet with goals and/or assists. Kendall Jock paced the Shamrocks with five goals and three assists. Karahkwenhawe White added two goals and four helpers. Jordan Adams meshed three goals and provided two assists. Emma Lafaver tallied both goals for the Bulldogs.

POTSDAM 15, OGDENSBURG 14 (OT)
Potsdam’s Hannah Hughes scored the game-winner in overtime to end a seesaw battle that was tied 14-14 through regulation. For Potsdam, Sophie Compeau was credited with five goals, while Megan McWIlliams added a pair of scores. Ogdensburg was led by Brinley Frederick with four goals and four assists. Paige Merz also contributed four goals for OFA.

MASSENA 15, LAKE PLACID 4
Massena improved to 2-0 with a convincing home win over Lake Placid. Ayrssa Hopps propelled the Raiders with four goals and four assists. Kathryn Mayer chipped in three goals and one assist. Jeanelle Burke connected on two goals and two assists. Skarlett Wilson made eight saves for Massena. For Lake Placid, Kathleen Montroy delivered two goals, while Phoebe Peer and Lily Fisher netted one score each.

  may 5: hornets OUTDUEL HEUVELTON IN 17-16 VICTORY

PLATTSBURGH 17, HEUVELTON 16
In a wild 33-goal scoring fest, Plattsburgh outlasted Heuvelton 17-16. For Plattsburgh, Robin Trombley lead all players with seven goals. Sophia Brown contributed five scores, while Natalie Kay and Cheyenne Knelly netted four each. Emma Lafaver paced Heuvelton with five goals, while Dakota Mouthorp and Leanne Dietschweiler chipped in four goals apiece.

 

 

MAY 8: CANTON, MASSENA, SALMON RIVER ALL 3-0

SALMON RIVER 27, OGDENSBURG 4
The Rocks (3-0) rocked Ogdensburg, starting with a quick goal just 33 seconds into the contest. Joryan Adams set the pace with four goals and one assist. Wynter Jock and Roanne LaFrance manufactured three goals and dished three assists each. Teya Mitchell pitched in three goals and two helpers, Ariyan LaFrance fired in two goals and collected four assists. Of the 27 Salmon River goals, 25 were scored off assists. For OFA, Paige LaRock posted two goals and one assist. Paige Merz and Hannah Costello scored the other goals.

MASSENA 16, HEUVELTON 4
Massena kept pace with Canton and Salmon River, all 3-0 in league games to start the season. Lindsay Martin sparked the Red Raiders’ offense with four goals, while Jordan Adams collected two goals and two assists. For Heuvelton, Dakota Mouthorp provided one goal and one assist, while Emma LaFaver and Ashleigh Calton each scored a goal.

CANTON 18, POTSDAM 6
Canton’s Etta Coburn paced the Golden Bears with four goals and six assists, which Viv Coburn chimed in with one goal and four assists, as Canton (3-0) kept pace with Massena and Salmon River, all tied atop the division. Cam Sipher netted one goal and three assists, Haley Stevenson added a goal and two helpers and Hannah Reed buried a goal and provided one assists. Potsdam (1-2) was led by Sophie Compeau’s three goals, while Megan MacWilliams meshed two scores.

may 7: canton's coburn leads win vs. plattsburgh

CANTON 16, PLATTSBURGH 2
Etta Coburn scored four goals and provided to assists to lead the Bears, followed by Viv Coburn with three goals and one helper. Megan Martin also scored three goals. For Plattsburgh, Bella Girard and Robin Trombly each scored a goal.

SALMON RIVER, MASSENA & CANTON SCORE BIG: May 4

SALMON RIVER 22, POTSDAM 3
Teya Mitchell whipped in four goals, while Kaia Swamp, Gracie King, Ariyah Lafrance and Joryan Adams all chipped in three goals as Salmon River overwhelmed Potsdam. Kennedy Emerson scored two of the three goals for the Sandstoners.

CANTON 18, LAKE PLACID 5
Etta Coburn fashioned four goals and chimed in with five assists in powering the Bears’ offense. Haley Stevenson, Camryn Sipher and Wyatt Newman added two goals each. Olivia Ferebec, Liz Fortune and Sydney Lawrence scored goals for Lake Placid.

MASSENA 18, OGDENSBURG 2
Aryssa Hoops tallied four goals, while Hailey LaShomb added three goals and two assists to lead the Raiders. Kathryn Mayer also netted three goals.