Hammond Finishes West Unbeaten; E-K Cougars Blank Demons

2020 SECTION X GIRLS SOCCER
Final Standings & Non League Records

EAST DIVISION              W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
Colton-Pierrepont
Chateaugay*
Parishville-Hopkinton
Brushton-Moira*
St. Lawrence Ctl.
St. Regis Falls*
Madrid-Waddington
Tupper Lake*
10-2-0   20    0-0-0
  9-1-1   19    0-0-0
  8-2-1   17    0-0-0
  5-3-0   10    0-1-0
  2-7-1     5    0-0-0
  2-7-1     5    0-0-0
  2-7-0     4    0-0-0
  0-8-2     2    0-0-0
CENTRAL DIVISION       W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
Canton
Potsdam
Massena*
Gouverneur*
Malone*
Ogdensburg*
Salmon River*
  9-2-0   18    0-0-0
  7-3-0   14    0-0-0
  6-2-0   12    0-0-0
  5-0-0   10    0-0-0
  3-7-0     6    0-0-0
  1-8-0     2    0-0-0
  0-9-0     0    1-0-0
WEST DIVISION              W-L-T  Pts  Non-Lg
Hammond
Lisbon
Heuvelton
Edwards-Knox
Norwood-Norfolk
Morristown
Harrisville*
Hermon-DeKalb
10-0-0   20    0-0-0
  8-3-1   17    0-0-0
  5-2-3   13    0-0-0
  3-3-2     8    0-0-0
  3-6-2     8    0-0-0
  3-7-2     8    0-0-0
  2-4-0     4    0-0-0
2-11-0     4    0-0-0
 *Season Ended Due to Coronavirus

Hammond Central caps an undefeated season with a 5-3 win over Lisbon.  Avery Kenyon added four more goals to her high school soccer resumé in leading the Red Devils (10-0).  (Lisa Freeman photo)

 

Games of Week 6: November 9-15, 2020

 NCSN Girls Soccer Scoreboard

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2020

West Division
Hammond 5, Lisbon 3
Edwards-Knox 1, Hermon-DeKalb 0
End of 2020 Girls Soccer Season

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2020

West Division
Hammond 2, Morristown 0
Norwood-Norfolk 5, Hermon-DeKalb 2

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2020

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 5, Madrid-Waddington 1
West Division

Hammond 6, Hermon-DeKalb 0
Lisbon 0, Heuvelton 0 (Tie)

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2020

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 1, Madrid-Waddington 0
Parishville-Hopkinton 1, St. Lawrence Central 0
Central Division
Canton 2, Potsdam 1
West Division
Heuvelton 2, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Edwards-Knox at Hammond, canceled

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2020

West Division
Lisbon 3, Hermon-DeKalb 0
Edwards-Knox 1, Norwood-Norfolk 1 (OT/Tie)
Heuvelton 1, Morristown 0

strong second half LIFTS lisbon PAST HERMON-DEKALB


Lisbon forward Ana Murphy (7) blasts the ball past Hermon-DeKalb defenders Morgan Nolan (27) and Hannah Price (5) toward the Green Demons' goal midway through the first half.  The shot was blocked by the Hermon-DeKalb goalkeeper to keep the game scoreless.  The Golden Knights scored three goals in the second half to capture the 3-0 victory. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb forward Paige Martin (6) breaks away from the Lisbon defense to fire an open shot onto the Golden Knights goal.  However, Lisbon goalkeeper Grace Smith made the save to keep the game scoreless late in the first half. After more than 60 scoreless minutes, the Knight's Emily Jordan drove home two goals, with assists from Ava Murphy and Leah Warren. Olivia Lawton scored Rachelle LaRock, all in the final 20 minutes, against a Hermon-DeKalb team that had played five games in six days. The defenses played well with plenty of shot chances that just missed for both sides. Lisbon Coach Tim Richards praised the work of Olivia McLear and Mikaela Buckley in the sweeper/stopper positions. They limited H-D to just three shots on goal, which were snapped up by keeper Grace Smith. The Knights improved to 8-2, while Hermon-DeKalb slid to 2-8.
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OTHER NOVEMBER 9TH RESULTS

EDWARDS-KNOX 1, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1 (OT/TIE) – The Cougars’ Lucy Frary scored from Maryann Durham at 12:37 of the first half. Anna Nelson scored the Flyers’ goal from Keely Ashley and Emma Schiavone at 24:11 of the second half. E-K goalkeeper Kayleigh Allen and N-N netminder Shelby Vallance each turned aside six shots to help preserve the tie.

HEUVELTON 1, MORRISTOWN 0 – Molly Williams scored just 7:28 into the second half to provide the game’s only goal, as the two teams battled for third position in the West Division. Emma LaFaver made seven saves in the shutout for the Bulldogs (4-2-2). Emma Showers stopped 12 shots for the Rockets (3-6-2).

CANTON EDGES POTSDAM 2-1 in battle atop the central


Potsdam's Kennedy Emerson (18) blasts a 20-yard shot past Canton fullback Maddie Hoy (12) for a shot on goal.  Emerson scored the Sandstoners' lone goal.  Canton nipped Potsdam 2-1 to finish their season at 9-2, in a COVID-shortened season.  (Bob LaRue photos)

Retiring Sandstoners' Coach Joe Stark was honored before coaching his final home game for 32 years on the bench.

Canton's Sydnee Francis (5) makes a sideline push against midfielder Quinn Woodward (15).   In a battle of the top two teams in the Central Division, Canton's Hailee Duvall lifted a direct kick into the box. Hannah Reed directs the shot into the net, giving the Golden Bears a 1-0 lead. On a breakout for Potsdam, Keely Towne slid the ball to Kennedy Emerson who, from the end-line, lasered a perfect shot just inside the opposite post, tying the game 1-1. In the second half, Etta Coburn’s corner kick touched off a wild scramble in front of Potsdam keeper Taylor Benda who made two desperate saves. But Reed lifted a shot over the fallen goalie for the game-winning score. Benda finished with seven saves. The Bears’ Emily Wentworth stopped eight shots.
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OTHER NOVEMBER 10TH RESULTS

COLTON-PIERREPONT 1, MADRID-WADDINGTON 0 – Following a scoreless first half, Kaitlyn Houston scored the game’s only goal with 11 minutes remaining in the game to move the Colts to their 10th win in 12 games atop the East Division. C-P goaltender Kendall LaMora swept away four shots on net. Caeleigh Burke made six saves for the Yellow Jackets (2-6).

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 1, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0 – The Panthers’ goal was scored by Kylie Kirk at 10:55 of the half. Larries keeper Kalissa Young stopped 10 shots, while Panther goalies Kelsey Farnsworth and Alexis Bond combined for three saves behind a stingy defensive line. P-H improved to 7-2-1. The Larries are 2-7-1.

HEUVELTON 2, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0 – Heuvelton netted a goal in each half. Bella Doyle scored unassisted in the 32nd minute to kick the Bulldogs (5-2-2) into a 1-0 lead. Chasity Johnson booted the insurance goal from Molly Williams with five minutes left in the game. Emma Lafaver turned away five Flyers’ shots in the shutout. Shelby Vallance registered six saves for N-N (2-6-2).

HAMMOND FINISHES UNBEATEN SEASON TOPPING LISBON 5-3


Hammond Central caps an undefeated season with a 5-3 win over Lisbon.  Avery Kenyon added four more goals to her high school soccer resumé in leading the Red Devils (10-0).  (Lisa Freeman photo)

A Lisbon defender tries to boot the ball away from Hammond’s Avery Kenyon (11).  Kenyon scored four times in her final high school soccer game. Kenyon scored from Hailie Manning in the 6th minute. Brooklyn Arquitt assisted Kenyon’s second marker in the 19th minute. Hannah Belknap went top shelf on a direct kick for the other Red Devils’ goal in the 30th minute. After Kenyon completed a hat trick 12 minutes into the second half, Lisbon got on the board in the 58th minute when Jaiylin Massia tallied to make it 4-1. Landree Kenyon assisted on the last Hammond goal in the 60th minute. Lisbon struck twice in the closing four minutes on goals by Emily Jordan, unassisted on a well-placed direct kick, and Ava Murphy from Leah Warren. Lisbon’s Grace Smith logged 15 saves, while Hammond’s Alyvia Crosby stopped five shots. The Knights finished their season at 8-3-1.
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OTHER NOVEMBER 14TH RESULT

EDWARDS-KNOX 1, HERMON-DEKALB 0 – Just one goal from Kanika Johnson at 13:08 of the first half decided the contest. The Cougars kept H-D goalie Emery McQuade busy with 13 saves, while protecting around their own net. Kayleigh Allen did not need a save to protect the shutout. E-K finished its season at 3-3-2, while the Demons closed out at 2-11.

LATE FIRST-HALF FLYERS'
BLITZ SINKS H-D DEMONS 5-2


Norwood-Norfolk forward Emma Wells (14) fires the ball past diving Hermon-DeKalb goalkeeper Emery McQuade to score the third goal of the first half giving the Flyers a 3-0 lead. The Green Demons attempted a comeback in the second half, but N-N held off Hermon-DeKalb to earn the 5-2 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Hermon-DeKalb defender Morgan Nolan (27) heads the ball out of trouble in front of the net.  Norwood-Norfolk's Emma Wells led on the scoresheet earning the hat trick.  Three goals in the span of 2:18 late in the first half boosted the Flyers to a 3-0 halftime lead. K.J. Belmore setup Keely Ashley for the first two goals at 30:04 and 31:04. Emma Wells scored from Emma Schiavone just 76 seconds later. The Demons tried to climb back into the game when Audrianna Tehonica set up Hillary Jones to score and close the gap to 3-1. With time running down, Wells expanded the lead to 4-1 when she kneed a pass into the net from Schiavone, then later blasted a sharp-angle shot just inside the opposite post. H-D’s Hanna Gollinger also scored from Tehonica. Shelby Vallance gathered five saves for the Flyers, while Emery McQuade totaled up 12 saves for the Demons.
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OTHER NOVEMBER 13TH RESULT

HAMMOND 2, MORRISTOWN 0 – Hammond’s seven seniors were honored at the last home game, then got a proper sendoff with a 2-0 win and continuation of their undefeated campaign (9-0). Senior Avery Kenyon assisted on sophomore Hailee Manning’s goal in the first half. Kenyon scored in a scramble for the ball at the net in the second half. Alyvia Crosby recorded five saves in the shutout. Emma Showers made five saves for the Rockets.

   GAME DETAILS - NOVEMBER 8

ST. REGIS FALLS 1, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0 (OT) – The Saints’ Jenna LaBar scored the game’s only goal at 1:45 in the first overtime, assisted by Kaitlyn Arcadi to pull off the road win at St. Lawrence Central (2-6-1). The Saints’ Caydence Rondeau stopped eight shots in the shutout. Kalissa Young made three saves for the Larries (2-7-1).

MASSENA 6, SALMON RIVER 1 – The game got off to unfortunate start for the Shamrocks with an own goal just 81 seconds into the contest. Before the half, Libby Rogers scored three times as the Raiders had stacked up a 4-0 lead, en route to improving their season mark at 6-2. Laylah Bingham added a goal and an assist. Brooke Terry also scored for Massena. Jeanelle Burk and Hailey Armstrong each offered an assist. Salmon River’s goal was scored by Myranda Collette from Makhia Snyder at 67:03. Sabella Cromie collected four saves for Massena. Mia Leroux was busy with 16 saves for the Shamrocks.

LISBON 4, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0 – Lisbon’s midfielders and defensive core dominating the play in their own end and allowed the Flyers to penetrate deep on just a few occasions. Knights’ goalie Grace Smith needed to handle just eight N-N opportunities in the shutout. Emily Jordan scored twice and assisted once, while Leah Warren chimed in with a goal and an assist to lead Lisbon (7-2). Avery Murphy had a goal and Rachel LaRock served out an assist. Flyers’ keeper Shelby Vallance pulled in 18 saves.

HAMMOND 3, EDWARDS-KNOX 0 – The trio of Hailee Manning, Avery Kenyon and Ava Howie shared the goal-scoring duties in guiding undefeated Hammond to their seventh win. The Red Devils scored a goal in the first half, then two more goals early in the second half. Alyvia Crosby earned nine saves in the shutout.

 
 

Games of Week 5: November 1-8, 2020

 NCSN Girls Soccer Scoreboard

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2020

East Division
St. Regis Falls 1, St. Lawrence Central 0
(OT)
Central Division
Massena 6, Salmon River 1
West Division
Lisbon 4, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Hammond 3, Edwards-Knox 0

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2020

East Division  
Parishville-Hopkinton 3, Brushton-Moira 2
Central Division
Potsdam 5, Ogdensburg 1
West Division
Hammond 6, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Morristown 5, Hermon-DeKalb 0

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2020

East Division
St. Lawrence Central 1, Tupper Lake 0
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 1, Morristown 0
Edwards-Knox 1, Heuvelton 1 (Tie/darkness)

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2020

East Division
Chateaugay 3, St. Lawrence Central 1
St. Regis Falls at Brushton-Moira, canceled
Central Division
Potsdam 3, Salmon River 0
Canton 2, Ogdensburg 0

West Division
Heuvelton 2, Hermon-DeKalb 1

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2020

West Division
Edwards-Knox 2, Hermon-DeKalb 0
Heuvelton at Norwood-Norfolk, susp. 35th min., injury

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020

Central Division
Canton 2, Malone 0

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2020

East Division
Brushton-Moira 2, St. Lawrence Central 1
Central Division
Potsdam 1, Malone 0

  heuvelton and edwards-knox battle to 1-1 tie


Edwards-Knox's Maryann Durham (1) fires a shot past a Bulldogs' defender toward the Heuvelton goal, but it swings just wide right, keeping the score 1-0 Heuvelton, midway through the second half. The Cougars and the Bulldogs battled to a 1-1 final.  The game was called with 6:53 remaining, due to darkness. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Heuvelton’s Chasity Johnson (20) leaps over two Edwards-Knox defenders to head the ball.  Heuvelton got on the scoreboard with just two minutes left in the first half, when Amber Cunningham scored from Kathryn Cunningham to make it 1-0 Bulldogs. With time and daylight running out, Edwards-Knox tied the game. Macy White set up Lucy Frary in the 70th minute, making it 1-1,just before the game was called. Heuvelton goalie Emma LaFaver collected two saves. E-K’s Kayleigh Allen registered five saves.

   GAME DETAILS - NOVEMBER 5

CHATEAUGAY 3, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1 – Chateaugay’s Liv Cook racked up three first half goals in the 3rd, 13th and 30th minutes to guide the Bulldogs (9-1-1) to the top of the East Division standings in the 3-1 win. Cook’s third score was on a penalty kick. Chloe Champagne assisted on the other two goals. St. Lawrence Central’s lone goal also came on a PK by Celeste Gardner. Emma Staples collected four saves for the Bulldogs. Larries netminder Alissa Young posted eight saves.

POTSDAM 3, SALMON RIVER 0 – Kennedy Emerson booted a pair of goals and Luca Pecora scored the other as Potsdam (6-2) moved up to second place in the Central Division. Taylor Benda notched a five-save shutout, while Shamrock keeper Brycelan Sunday had a 12-save performance.

CANTON 2, OGDENSBURG 0 – Etta Coburn’s direct kick lofted past O.F.A. keeper Emily Sovie to produce a 1-0 Canton lead at 28:33. Megan LaFlair chimed in with an unassisted marker just 3:25 into the second half, as the Golden Bears improved to 8-2 atop the Central Division. With Canton generating 21 chances toward goal, Sovie kept the Blue Devils in the game with 11 saves. Emily Wentworth with six saves worked the crease for Canton.

HEUVELTON 2, HERMON-DEKALB 1 – With alternating goals, Heuvelton’s Dee Bellinger scored from Kathryn Cunningham at 31:24 for a 1-0 lead. The Demons countered when Audri Tehonica dented the twine for an unassisted goal at 9:39 of the second half. Less than five minutes later, Cunningham netted the game-winning goal from Bellinger, improving Heuvelton to 3-2-1 overall. Emma Lafaver pulled in three saves for Heuvelton, while Emery McQuaid stopped 12 shots, including nine saves in a busy second half.

game details - NOVEMBER 3-4

EDWARDS-KNOX 2, HERMON-DEKALB 0 – A pair of second-half goals powered the Cougars who squared their record at 2-2. Heidi Moore broke the scoreless tie in the 69th minute on a setup from Lucy Frary. Maryann Durham punched in the second goal from Lily Lottie with just 1:34 remaining to seal the win. Rayleigh Allen recorded a four-save shutout. The Green Demons’ Emery McQuade stopped 11 shots.

CANTON 2, MALONE 0 –
The Golden Bears scored a goal in each half to secure the win. Allison Kiah netted an unassisted goal midway through the first half. Emily Wentworth scored an insurance goal from Hannah Reed to seal the victory. Canton’s Bree Rogers scooped three saves. Malone’s keepers Madison Ansari and Taylor Covey saved nine of 11 shots.

game details - NOVEMBER 1

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 2, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1 – Brushton-Moira’s Kyla Phalen opened the scoring in the 21st minute on a cross from Savannah Beachy. St. Lawrence Central then tied the game in the 36th minute when Brionna Foster notched an unassisted goal. The Panthers tallied the game winner in the 73rd minute when Kyla Phelan picked up her second goal from Megan Ashley’s assist. Brushton-Moira with 12 shots on goal, while the Larries mustered four. B-M keeper Natalie Palmer registered three saves, while St Lawrence’s Kalissa Young had 10 saves.

POTSDAM 1, MALONE 0 – A late goal from Potsdam’s Kennedy Emerson, set up by Natalie Cowen with just five minutes left in the contest, lifted the Sandstoners to their fifth win against two losses. Taylor Benda collected all eight shots she faced. Malone keepers Madison Ansari and Taylor Covey combined for 10 saves.

   GAME DETAILS - NOVEMBER 8

ST. REGIS FALLS 1, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0 (OT) – The Saints’ Jenna LaBar scored the game’s only goal at 1:45 in the first overtime, assisted by Kaitlyn Arcadi to pull off the road win at St. Lawrence Central (2-6-1). The Saints’ Caydence Rondeau stopped eight shots in the shutout. Kalissa Young made three saves for the Larries (2-7-1).

MASSENA 6, SALMON RIVER 1 – The game got off to unfortunate start for the Shamrocks with an own goal just 81 seconds into the contest. Before the half, Libby Rogers scored three times as the Raiders had stacked up a 4-0 lead, en route to improving their season mark at 6-2. Laylah Bingham added a goal and an assist. Brooke Terry also scored for Massena. Jeanelle Burk and Hailey Armstrong each offered an assist. Salmon River’s goal was scored by Myranda Collette from Makhia Snyder at 67:03. Sabella Cromie collected four saves for Massena. Mia Leroux was busy with 16 saves for the Shamrocks.

LISBON 4, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0 – Lisbon’s midfielders and defensive core dominating the play in their own end and allowed the Flyers to penetrate deep on just a few occasions. Knights’ goalie Grace Smith needed to handle just eight N-N opportunities in the shutout. Emily Jordan scored twice and assisted once, while Leah Warren chimed in with a goal and an assist to lead Lisbon (7-2). Avery Murphy had a goal and Rachel LaRock served out an assist. Flyers’ keeper Shelby Vallance pulled in 18 saves.

HAMMOND 3, EDWARDS-KNOX 0 – The trio of Hailee Manning, Avery Kenyon and Ava Howie shared the goal-scoring duties in guiding undefeated Hammond to their seventh win. The Red Devils scored a goal in the first half, then two more goals early in the second half. Alyvia Crosby earned nine saves in the shutout.

2ND-HALF SURGE POWERS HAMMOND PAST FLYERS 6-0


Hammond's Hailee Manning (white) gets behind the Flyers' defense for a point-blank shot on Norwood-Norfolk goalie Shelby Vallance (blue).  Manning scored three times to lead the Red Devils in a 6-0 win.  (Lisa Freeman photo)

Manning also sinks this shot into the net.  After leading 2-0 at the half, Hammond took complete control with a quick blitz of four goals in less than 15 minutes in the second half. Hailee Manning struck for the first two goals and ended the game with a hat trick. Avery Kenyon netted a pair of goals, while Hailey Cunningham added a goal and an assist. Olyvia Crosby produced a six-save shutout for the Red Devils who remained unbeaten at 6-0.
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OTHER NOVEMBER 7TH RESULTS

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 3, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 2 – Kelly Bloom continued her torrid scoring pace, netting all three goals in Parishville-Hopkinton’s come-from-behind win. Kyla Phelan had the hot foot for Brushton-Moira, scoring a pair of unassisted goals in the 21st and 28th minutes for a 2-0 lead. Bloom countered with 1:28 left to touch off momentum for P-H. Marygrace Guiney assisted. Kylie Kirk provided the passes for Bloom’s second-half goals at 68:15 and 70:00 for the win. Kelsey Farnsworth recorded seven saves for P-H, while Natalie Palmer collected 11 saves for B-M.

POTSDAM 5, OGDENSBURG 1 – Kennedy Emerson dished out assists on the first three goals, then delivered a goal herself, to lead the Sandstoners (7-2) to within a point of first-place Canton in the Central Division. Madeline Wheeler, Katie Cowen and Natalie Cowen were the beneficiaries of Emerson’s assists, scoring to build a 3-0 lead. Gabrielle Morley netted O.F.A.’s lone goal. Then Lindy Betrus closed out Potsdam’s scoring with an unassisted goal. Taylor Benda made five saves for Potsdam. O.F.A. goalies combined for 12 saves.

MORRISTOWN 5, HERMON-DEKALB 0 – Less than 24 hours after falling 1-0 to the Green Demons, and after a scoreless first half, the Morristown erupted for all five goals in two spurts the second half. Carly Piercey connected for the opening goal from Mia Johnson just 2:09 after intermission. Kylie O’Donnell upped the Rockets’ lead with an unassisted goal at 6:55. After the scoring cooled off for over 20 minutes, Morristown’s Kylie Donnelly scored twice and assisted on another goal, while Madysan Gagnon added an insurance score. Laurell Vinch picked up an assist. Emma Showers earned a six-save shutout.

   tehonica goal lifts h-d over morristown in 1-0 win


Morristown forward Kylie O’Donnell (14) blasts a shot past two Hermon-DeKalb defenders toward the Green Demons' goal.  However, the shot was corraled by goalkeeper Emery McQuaid (00) to keep the game scoreless in the first half. Audrianna Tehonica scored the game-winning goal late in the first half to capture the 1-0 victory for the Green Demons. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery 

Hermon-DeKalb midfielder Hannah Gollinger (1) dashes past a Morristown defender and charges toward the Green Rocket goal.  A pretty goal late in the first half provided the only scoring in a wide-open style of game. Hillary Jones lofted a direct kick in front of the net. On the header, Audrianna Tehonica lifted the ball over keeper Emma Showers and into the net in the 32nd minute. Emery McQuaid finished with a seven-save shutout. Showers stopped eight shots for the Rockets.
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OTHER NOVEMBER 6TH RESULTS

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1, TUPPER LAKE 0 – Brionna Foster scored for the Larries in the 13th minute to produce the game winner. Kalissa Young had three saves for St. Lawrence, while Tupper Lake’s Libby Gillis had two stops.

  

 

 
 

Games of Week 4: October 26-31, 2020

 NCSN Boys Soccer Scoreboard

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2020

East Division
Chateaugay 4, Parishville-Hopkinton 0
Colton-Pierrepont 3, St. Lawrence Central 1
Brushton-Moira 1, Madrid-Waddington 0
St. Regis Falls 1, Tupper Lake 0
Central Division
Ogdensburg 1, Salmon River 0
Massena 3, Canton 2
West Division
Lisbon 1, Morristown 0
Hermon-DeKalb at Norwood-Norfolk, ppd. to 11/13
Hammond at Edwards-Knox, ppd.

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2020

East Division
Chateaugay 4, Tupper Lake 0
Central Division
Massena 2, Malone 0
Canton 2, Salmon River 0
West Division
Norwood-Norfolk 1, Edwards-Knox 0

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2020

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 2, Colton-Pierrepont 1
Brushton-Moira 4, St. Regis Falls 0
West Division
 
Lisbon 4, Edwards-Knox 0

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2020

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 4, Tupper Lake 0
Central Division

Potsdam 2, Malone 1
Canton 1, Massena 0 (2OT)

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2020

East Division
Chateaugay 6, St. Regis Falls 1
Colton-Pierrepont 7, Tupper Lake 1
Parishville-Hopkinton 3, Madrid-Waddington 0
West Division
Hammond 6, Hermon-DeKalb 1
Lisbon 2, Heuvelton 0
Harrisville 2, Norwood-Norfolk 1
Edwards-Knox 1, Morristown 0

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2020

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 3, St. Regis Falls 0
Central Division
Potsdam 1, Massena 0
Malone 1, Ogdensburg 0
Gouverneur at Salmon River, postponed
West Division
Lisbon 2, Harrisville 0
Norwood-Norfolk 4, Morristown 4 (OT/Tie)

game details - OCTOBER 30

CHATEAUGAY 4, TUPPER LAKE 0 – The Bulldogs broke the game open early with three first-half goals in a ten-minute span. Olivia Cook scored two goals, while Chloe Champagne added a goal and an assist, and Jordyn Holbrook chipped in a marker, as the second-place Bulldogs improved their East Division record to 7–1-1. Also assisting were Kylee Peterson, Grace Jarvis and Avery Tam. Behind a tight defensive line, Emma Staples made one save for preserve the shutout.

MASSENA 2, MALONE 0 – Auna Shadie and Libby Rogers provided the scoring firepower for the Red Raiders whom improved to 4-2 in the Central Division. Jeanelle Burke and Grace Trimboli dished out assists. Cebuella Cromie collected an eight-save shutout. Malone keepers Madison Ansari and Taylor Covey combined for eight stops as well.

CANTON 2, SALMON RIVER 0 – For the second straight game, Canton’s Hannah Reed provided all of the scoring, with a goal in each half, as the Golden Bears improved to 6-1. Claire Craig assisted on the first goal in the game’s 30th minute. Sydney Francis assisted on the second score in the 75th minute. Goalie Bree Rogers posted a six-save shutout, while Salmon River keeper Brycelan Sunday gathered 15 saves.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1, EDWARDS-KNOX 0 – Emma Wells’ goal in the first half stood up for the remaining 42 minutes of play, leading the flyers to their second win of the season (2-3-1). Shelby Vallance worked for 11 saves for the Flyers, while keeper Rayleigh Allen made five saves for the Cougars (1-2).

KENYON, CUNNINGHAM LEAD HAMMOND PAST H-D DEMONS


Hermon-DeKalb goaltender Emery McQuade (00) fends off a Hammond forward to snare the ball on a floating shot into the crease.  Hammond cruised to a 6-1 win over the Green Demons to stay unbeaten.  (Lisa Freeman photos)

Hammond's Avery Kenyon (11) slide-pokes a shot past the Hermon-DeKalb defense.  Kenyon drilled three goals, Hailey Cunningham added two goals and Sadey Sprabary chipped in a goal as the Red Devils stayed unbeaten (5-0) atop the West Division. Andree Kenyon grabbed five saves in the win.
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OTHER OCTOBER 27TH RESULTS

CHATEAUGAY 6, ST. REGIS FALLS 1 – Chateaugay scored five first-half goals to put the game out of reach. Ali Johnston scored three goals and assisted on another in pacing the Bulldogs’ win. Liv Cook score three consecutive goals and also had an assist. Cammi Champagne, Kylee Peterson, Avery Tam and Grace Jarvis picked up assists. Emma Staples stopped two shots in the Bulldog net. Emily Arcadi produced the Saints’ goal from Kendra Richardson.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 7, TUPPER LAKE 1 – In a game stopped 10 minutes short due to snow, Kaitlyn Houston delivered three goals and offered an assist to lead the Colts. Kiana Hogle contributed a goal and an assist. Andree Chamberlain started the barrage in the fifth minute with an unassisted goal. Isabelle Vaccaro and Skyler Thomann also netted unassisted markers. Chipping in assists were Jaeleigh Jacot, Malia Hogle, Alexus Cuthbert and Morgan Cole. Tupper Lake’s goal came from London Tyo unassisted in the 70th minute, just before the game was called. Libby Gillis recorded 24 saves in the Jacks’ net.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 3, MADRID-WADDINGTON 0 – Kylie Kirk scored just a minute and a half into the game, with Kelly Bloom assisting, launching the Panthers. The Panthers’ other two goals came in the second half: Bloom from Natalie Snell, and Kirk from Kelsey Farnsworth. Farnsworth (3 saves) split the keeper duties with Alexis Bond (1 save) in the shutout.

LISBON 2, HEUVELTON 0 – Leah Warren scored both goals – one in each half – the first assisted by Emily Jordan, the other from Julia Rishe. Lisbon goalkeeper Grace Smith stopped 10 shots in blanking the Bulldogs. Heuvelton keeper Emma Lafaver stopped 15 shots.

HARRISVILLE 2, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 1 – For Harrisville, Torie Moore scored midway in the first half. The Flyers answered when Emma Wells scored from KJ Belmore eight minutes later. The Pirates’ game winner was scored by Logan Smith on a nifty through-ball from Moore. Megan Kackinson was strong in net with 22 saves, while N-N keeper Shelby Vallance collected six saves.

EDWARDS-KNOX 1, MORRISTOWN 0 – The Cougars got to finally launched their season, posting a 1-0 win on Maryann Durham’s goal at 30:52. K Allen backstopped a nearly impenetrable Cougar defense with two saves. Emma Showers logged 11 saves for the Rockets.

 

 

game details - OCTOBER 31

CHATEAUGAY 4, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 0 – After a 1-0 halftime lead, Chateaugay (8-1-1) produced three add-on goals to sink the Panthers (5-2-1). Chloe Champagne garnered two goals and an assist, Olivia Cook provided a goal and two assists. Ali Johnson scored the other goal, while Kylee Peterson dished out an assist. Bulldogs’ netminder Emma Staples turned aside eight shots in the shutout.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 3, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1 – Alexus Cuthbert scored unassisted to open the scoring in the 28th minute, then Kaitlyn Houston tallied from Landree Chamberlain just a minute later to launch the Colts’ victory. The win raised Colton-Pierrepont’s record to 9-2 atop of the East Division. The Larries closed within a goal when Hannah Agans scored from Brionna Foster in the 33rd minute. Chamberlain and Cuthbert combined on an insurance goal just one second before the half, when Landree dented the back of the net. Colts keeper Kendall LaMora scooped up nine saves, while Larries goalie Kalissa Young turned away 13 shots.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 1, MADRID-WADDINGTON 0 – Emma Russell set up the lone goal in the 46th minute with a cross from the right wing to Kyla Phelan who converted the shot into the left side of the net. Madrid-Waddington opened the game strong and maintained possession for much of the first half, until the Panthers flipped the script late in the first half and put consistent pressure on the Yellow Jacket defense for most of the second half. B-M goalie Natalie Palmer provided a four-save shutout, while Madrid-Waddington goalie Alaina Armstrong registered five saves.

ST. REGIS FALLS 1, TUPPER LAKE 0 – The Saints got their first taste of victory when Kendra Richardson scored from Jenna LaBar in the 51st minute to produced the game’s only goal. SRF’s Caydence Rondeau recorded three saves for the shutout. Tupper Lake’s Libby Gillis had four saves.

OGDENSBURG 1, SALMON RIVER 0 – After four one-goal losses in six games this season, the Blue Devils earned their first win. Sadie O’Neil produced the game’s only goal at 22:48. Behind the solid defensive line of Jillian Lebel, Katherine Smith and Caydence Payne, O.F.A. goalie Emma Chapman gathered seven saves to preserve the shutout win. Shamrock netminder Brycelan Sunday stopped four shots. The two teams are slated to play each other again in three days.

MASSENA 3, CANTON 2 – Massena built a 3-0 lead in the first half, behind two goals and one assist from Elizabeth Rodgers, along with a goal by Galen Cook, before the Golden Bears came roaring back. After the Bears won 1-0 in overtime when the two teams met in Canton just three days earlier, overtime appeared to be looming again when Sydney Francis set up two goals – the first scored by Hailee Duvall with 6:20 remaining in the first half, and the other from Megan LaFlair with 9:07 left in regulation. However, despite the pressure, the Bears (6-2 atop the Central Division) could not generate the equalizer. Sabella Cromie made three saves in the win for Massena (5-2). Canton goalie Emily Wentworth stopped four shots.

LISBON 1, MORRISTOWN 0 – After a draw in the first half, Emily Jordan dented the twines with the game’s only score, unassisted. Lisbon’s Grace Smith stopped six shots. Emma Showers snared 10 saves for the Green Rockets.

PANTHERS RALLY, OVERTAKE COLTON-PIERREPONT 2-1


Colton-Pierrepont middie Abeni Payne (15) drills a shot on the Parishville-Hopkinton goal after breaking away from the Panthers defense.  However, the shot was blocked by Panther goalie Kelsey Farnsworth  to keep the game scoreless midway through the first half.  Colton-Pierrepont carried a 1-0 lead into the half, but Parishville-Hopkinton rallied for a pair after intermission to earn a 2-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Parishville-Hopkinton’s Kelly Bloom (11) battles the ball away from Colton-Pierrepont midfielder Savannah Smith (12).  Kaitlyn Hudson thrust the Colts into the lead at 25:12 of the first half.  P-H's Kaitlyn Kirk answered, unassisted on a direct kick from 25 yards out at 54:30, tying the game 1-1.  Then on a give-and-go, Kelly Bloom  buried the game winner, assisted by Kirk with 9:42 left in the game.  P-H keeper Kelsey Farnsworth stopped nine shots, while Kendall Lamora stopped 13 for the Colts.
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OTHER OCTOBER 29TH RESULTS

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 4, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Emma Russell scored a goal in each half to pace the Panthers (3-2). Kyla and Teaghan Phalen were each credited with goals, while Savanna beachy, Kennedy Hebert and Natalie Palmer chipped in assists. Palmer also had eight saves in net in the Panthers’ shutout.

LISBON 4, EDWARDS-KNOX 0 – Emily Jordan racked up three goals and an assist, rounding out the Golden Knights’ win. Claire Murphy netted the game’s first goal. Leah Warren and Julia Rishe each had an assist. Lisbon’s Grace Smith handled several tough shots in pitching a seven-save shutout. The Edwards-Knox keeper turned away 12 shots.

REED'S OVERTIME GOAL
LIFTS CANTON OVER MASSENA


Canton's Sydnee Francis (5) chops the ball around Massena defenders, setting up Hannah Reed for the game's winning goal in overtime.  Canton beat Massena 1-0 to improve to a 5-1 record.  (Bob LaRue photo)

Canton's Aiden Shorette (brown) and Massena's Haleigh Armstrong scramble for possession of the ball near midfield. After a scoreless regulation, Hannah Reed scored the game-winning goal in the sixth minute of overtime to lead the Bears to the win. Canton keeper Emily Wentworth turned away five shots. Massena’s Sabella Cromie hauled in 13 shots.
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OTHER OCTOBER 28TH RESULTS

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 4, TUPPER LAKE 0 – Kelly Bloom and Kaitlyn Kirk contributed two goals and an assist each to lead the Panthers, with scores in the 14th, 32nd, 54th and 62nd minutes. Emma Young, Natalie Snell and Megan Williams each provided one assist. Kelsey Farnsworth. Farnsworth (3 saves) split the keeper duties with Alexis Bond (1 save) in the shutout.

POTSDAM 2, MALONE 1 – Kennedy Emerson and Katherine Cowan scored first-half goals for Potsdam, while Cowan also picked up an assist for Potsdam, while Taylor Benda stopped four shots. Madison Kepfer scored the lone goal for Malone, while goalies Madison Ansari and Taylor Covey combined for 12 saves.

game details - OCTOBER 26

POTSDAM 1, MASSENA 0 – A goal by Natalie Cowen, set up by Kennedy Emerson with 22 minutes remaining in the first half would provide the only score, lifting Potsdam’s record to 3-2. Taylor Benda logged a six-save shutout. Massena’s Bella Cronus turned away 12 shots in net.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 3, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Kaitlyn Houston got the Colts started with an unassisted goal, then assisted on the third score in piloting the win. Alexus Cuthbert buried the second goal from Maura Richards and Morgan Cole. Skyler Thomann from Houston and Kiana Hogle rounded out the scoring. The Colts’ Kendall LaMora cleared out five shots, while the Saints’ Kendra Rondeau collected 12 saves.

MALONE 1, OGDENSBURG 0 – A goal early in the second half would stand up as the lone score in Malone’s 1-0 night win. Raleigh McCauley netted the goal from Madison Ansari in the seventh minute after intermission. Malone goalies Ansari and Taylor Covey combined for seven saves, while O.F.A. keepers Emily Sovie and Emma Chapman also combined for seven saves.

LISBON 2, HARRISVILLE 0 – Emily Jordan scored both goals in the Knights’ win. Lisbon keeper Grace Smith collected five saves. Maegan Kackinson swept away 23 shots.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 4, MORRISTOWN 4 (OT/Tie) – In a seesaw battle that saw three ties and two lead changes, Norwood-Norfolk’s K.J. Belmore scored the final game-tying goal with 10:45 remaining for a 4-4 draw. Emma Wells and Keely Ashley tallied the Flyers’ other goals. Laurell Vinch led the Rockets with two goals and an assist. Carly Piercey and Madysan Gagnon dented the twine once each. Kassidy Sullivan contributed an assist on Piercey’s goal. Both goalkeepers – Morristown’s Emma Showers and Norwood-Norfolk’s Shelby Vallance – recorded 10 saves.

 

 

 
 

Games of Week 3: October 19-25, 2020

 NCSN Boys Soccer Scoreboard

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2020

East Division
Chateaugay 7, Madrid-Waddington 2

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2020

East Division
Chateaugay 2, Brushton-Moira 0
Colton-Pierrepont 4, Tupper Lake 0
St. Regis Falls at St. Lawrence Central, ppd.
Central Division
Massena 2, Ogdensburg 1
Malone 3, Salmon River 0
Canton 2, Potsdam 0

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2020

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 3, St. Regis Falls 0
Parishville-Hopkinton at St. Lawrence Central, ppd.
Tupper Lake at Madrid-Waddington, ppd.

West Division
 
Morristown 0, Heuvelton 0 (OT/Tie)
Hammond 5, Harrisville 0
Hermon-DeKalb 3, Lisbon 2

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2020

Central Division
Massena 2, Salmon River 0
Potsdam 3, Ogdensburg 0
Gouverneur 2, Canton 1
West Division
Lisbon at Edwards-Knox, ppd.

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2020

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 2, St. Regis Falls 1
Colton-Pierrepont 2, Chateaugay 0 (2OT)
Parishville-Hopkinton 1, Brushton-Moira 0 (2OT)
St. Lawrence Central 0, Tupper Lake 0 (OT/Tie)
 
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb at Morristown, ppd.
Harrisville at Lisbon, ppd. to 10/26
Norwood-Norfolk at Hammond, ppd. to 10/22
Heuvelton at Edwards-Knox, ppd.

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2020

East Division
Brushton-Moira 1, Colton-Pierrepont 0
Chateaugay 8, St. Regis Falls 2
Central Division

Potsdam 3, Salmon River 0
Massena 3, Malone 1
Canton 4, Ogdensburg 1

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2020

East Division
St. Regis Falls 1, Tupper Lake 1 (OT/Tie)
Chateaugay at Madrid-Waddington, ppd. to 10/25
Central Division
Gouverneur 4, Salmon River 0
West Division
Morristown 1, Harrisville 0
Hammond 10, Lisbon 2
Edwards-Knox a Hermon-DeKalb, ppd.
Norwood-Norfolk at Heuvelton, ppd.

HAMMOND GOAL EXPLOSION ROCKS LISBON IN 10-2 ROUT


Hammond's Hailee Manning (31) settles the ball for a shot and score on Lisbon's goal.  After a 1-1 tie at the half, Red Devils racked up nine second-half goals, triggered by a penalty kick on a hand ball in the box, en route to a 10-2 romp over the previously-unbeaten Knights.  Hammond improved to 3-0.  (Lisa Freeman photos)

A pair of Lisbon players battle for the head ball with Hammond's Avery Kenyon (11).  Kenyon struck for five goals, with two goals by Maddie Rathbun and single goals by Hailee Manning, Hailey Cunningham and Norah Pease. Hammond keeper Andree Kenyon snagged 11 saves.

game details - OCTOBER 20

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 1, COLTON-PIERREPONT 0 – Teaghan Whelan scored on a penalty kick in the 27th minute to give the Panthers the win. The Colts suffered their first loss. B-M’s Natalie Palmer collected 12 saves for the shutout. Colts’ keeper Kendall Lamora made nine saves.

CHATEAUGAY 8, ST. REGIS FALLS 2 – Olivia Cook buried four goals, with Jordyn Holbrook and Emma Calisto assisted, leading the Bulldogs to the win. Avery Tam added two goals, while Chloe Champagne and Kylie Peterson each notched a singleton. The Saints’ Kaitlyn Arcadi was in on both scores with a goal and an assist. Caydence Rondeau pulled in 10 saves, while the Bulldogs’ Emma Staples registered eight saves.

MASSENA 3, MALONE 1 – Malone carried a 1-0 lead into the half on a header into the net by Ryleigh McCauley from Claire Poupore in the 12th minute. However, Massena ripped three quick goals in a span of just 3:32 in the second half to sink the Huskies. Jalyn Cook, Grayce Trimboli and Elizabeth Rogers scored for the Raiders. Malone goalie Madison Ansari stopped seven shots, while Massena’s keeper Isabella Cromie collected eight saves.

POTSDAM 3, SALMON RIVER 0 – Natalie Cowen scored the first goal, then assisted on the other two scores in leading Potsdam to its first win. Luca Pecora and Kennedy Emerson tapped in the other two goals. Taylor Benda collected nine shots to gain the shutout. Brycelan Sunday racked up 16 shots for the Shamrocks.

CANTON 4, OGDENSBURG 1 – O.F.A.’s Kassidie Wells netted the game’s first goal in the 17th minute. But Canton answered with two in each half. Hannah Reed scored twice, while Etta Coburn and Esther Shipman scored once. O.F.A. goalies combined for seven saves, Canton”s Bree Rogers made three saves.

game details - OCTOBER 19

ST. REGIS FALLS 1, TUPPER LAKE 1 (OT) – The Lumberjacks’ Livia Meade scored unassisted at 22:16, countered by St. Regis’ Kendra Richardson from Abigail Greguire at 36:13 to forge the 1-1 tie. Saints keeper Caydence Rondeau stopped five shots, while Tupper’s Libby Gillis turned away 14 shots.

GOUVERNEUR 4, SALMON RIVER 0 – Goalkeeper Grace Holmes turned aside all five shots in backstopping the Wildcats’ win. Torie Salisbury netted two goals, Cierra Besaw and Elizabeth Ruitta tapped in a goal each. Holly Barton dished out two assists, while Aurora Hayden and Ratlin Burns offered one assist each. Salmon River’s keeper had 13 saves.

MORRISTOWN 1, HARRISVILLE 0 – Laurell Vinch controlled a rebound and scored the game’s only goal at 4:30 of the first half, then the Rockets made it stand up in the 1-0 win. Emma Showers stopped seven shots on the rainy turf to protect the shutout. Harrisville goalie Maegan Kackison stopped nine shots.

game details - OCT. 24-25

CHATEAUGAY 7, MADRID-WADDINGTON 2 – Avery Tam slammed three goals and added an assist, while Chloe Champagne pumped home another pair of scores in steering the Bulldogs to victory in a rare Sunday encounter. Grace Jarvis registered the game’s first goal along with two assists. Liv Cook provided a goal and an assist, while Ali Johnson contributed two assists. Emma Staples turned away seven shots. For Madrid-Waddington, Hailee Blair and Lanny Tiernan were the goal scorers.
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CHATEAUGAY 2, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 0
– Two quick goals provide the Bulldogs with the only scoring power they needed for the win. Jordyn Holbrook scored at 28:00, then 61 seconds later Olivia Cook set up Chloe Champagne for an insurance goal. Goalie Emma Staples logged a 10-save shutout for the win. Megan Ashley blocked 15 shots for the Panthers.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 4, TUPPER LAKE 0 – After a slow start, the Colts broke free with three goals in the final ten minutes of the first half, en route to the win. Maura Richards scored from Kiana Hogle and Morgan Cole in the 30th minute. Savanna Smith booted the second goal from Isabelle Vaccaro in the 37th minute. Then Alexus Cuthbert tallied the goal from Skyler Thomann and Hailey Friedel in the 39th minute for a 3-0 halftime lead. The lone goal of the second half was delivered by Kaitlyn Houston from Cuthbert in the 66th minute. Colts’ keeper Kendall Lamora pulled in five saves in the shutout. Tupper’s Libby Gillis registered 14 saves.

MASSENA 2, OGDENSBURG 1 – Elizabeth Rogers delivered the game-winning goal with just 38 seconds left in the game to break a 1-1 tie and lift the Raiders to the win. Caitlyn Reed opened the scoring for Massena. Saige Estes tied the game for OFA on a direct kick. The Blue Devils’ Emily Sovie was busy in net, hauling in 28 saves

MALONE 3, SALMON RIVER 0 – Ryleigh McCauley scored all three goals, in the 31st, 37th and 57th minutes. Brooke Prichard helped with an assist on the second goal. Madison Ansari and Taylor Covey split the goalie duties for Malone and each had four saves. For Salmon River, Mia Leroux had eight saves in 68 minutes in play, then Talynn Wylie cleaned up with three saves.

CANTON 2, POTSDAM 0 – The Bears spread a goal across each half. Amelia Rodee scored from Sydnee Francis midway through the first half. Francis connected on a Esther Shipman setup for an insurance goal in the second half. Canton keeper Bree Rogers earned the shutout with three saves. Potsdam goaltender Taylor Benda produced 10 saves.

game details - OCTOBER 23

COLTON-PIERREPONT 3, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – After 64 minutes of scoreless play, Kaitlyn Houston scored back-to-back goals, just 1:42 apart, to propel the Colts. Isabella Vaccaro knocked in an insurance goal with just 50 seconds left in the contest. Colts keeper Kendall Lamora pulled in ten saves. SRF keeper Caydence Rondeau turned away nine shot.

MORRISTOWN 0, HEUVELTON 0 (OT/TIE) – Morristown goalie Emma Showers collected an 11-save shutout and Heuvelton goalkeeper pitched a three-save shutout in the 0-0 deadlock.

HAMMOND 5, HARRISVILLE 0 – Avery Kenyon knocked in a pair of goals. Hailey Cunningham added a goal two assists, while Hailee Manning booted a goal and Madeleine Rathbun contributed an assist. Landree Kenyon needed just one save for the shutout. Coach Shawn Dack noted, “Our defense )Norah Pease, Zoey Cunningham, Jordan Clopping and Caitlynn Cunningham) anchored the game. We got behind them couple times in the second half to pull away” from a 1-0 lead at the half.

HERMON-DEKALB 3, LISBON 2 – Hillary Jones scored two goals and assisted on another, in leading the Green Demons to upset the Knights for their first win of the season. Ellie McQuade’s goal midway through the second half provided a 3-1 margin. Emily Jordan scored both goals for Lisbon. Madison Price assisted on one of the goals. Emery McQuade’s 18 saves were crucial in H-D’s win. Grace Smith rounded up four saves for Lisbon.

  EMERSON'S GOAL, 2 ASSISTS LEAD POTSDAM PAST O.F.A.


Potsdam forward Keely Towne (11) blasts a shot around Ogdensburg goalkeeper Emily Farrand, but the shot went wide.  The Sandstoners led 1-0 at the half, then racked up two additional goals to capture the 3-0 shutout victory over the Blue Devils. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Ogdensburg forward Brinley Frederick (4) leaps through a scrum of Potsdam defenders in an attempt to head the ball toward the net late in the first half.  The shot was deflected off the crossbar.  Kennedy Emerson netted a goal and dished out two assists in guiding the Sandstoners. Natalie Cowen got Potsdam on the board with a first-half goal. Luca Pecora netted the second goal, while Emerson was unassisted on the third marker. Potsdam's Taylor Benda gathered three saves in the game, while Farrand made 11 saves for OFA.
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OTHER OCTOBER 22ND RESULTS

MASSENA 2, SALMON RIVER 0 – The Red Raiders scored a goal in each half and Isabella Cormie backstopped the effort with a four-save shutout in the win. Jalyn Cook scored the opening goal on a setup from Shaylena Mandigo late in the first half. Elizabeth Rogers booted an unassisted insurance goal early in the second half. Brycelan Sunday made 11 saves for the Shamrocks.

GOUVERNEUR 2, CANTON 1
– Laney Smith scored both goals, while Torie Salisbury picked up an assist in keeping the Wildcats undefeated at 5-0 atop the Central Division. Canton suffered its first defeat of the season (3-1). Kiarra Jenkins and Grace Holmes combined for six saves in the Cats’ net. The Bears’ goal was scored by Sydnee Francis. Emily Wentworth gathered 11 saves.

game details - OCTOBER 21

MADRID-WADDINGTON 2, ST. REGIS FALLS 1 – Hailee Blair scored in the first half, then Lacey Sullivan buried the other goal in the second half to lead MW. Grace Plumley assisted on each goal. Kendra Richardson scored for the Saints. The SRF keeper stopped six shots, while the MW goalie stopped five.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 2, CHATEAUGAY 0 (2OT) – Alexus Cuthbert broke a scoreless tie with two goals, just 30 seconds apart in overtime to propel the Colts to victory. Kendall Lamora flagged eight shots on goal for the shutout. Emma Staples corraled 12 shots for Chateaugay.

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 1, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 0 (2OT) – Kaitlyn Kirk drove home the lone goal, set up by Kelly Bloom, with three minutes left in the second overtime to send P-H to victory. Kelsey Farnsworth logged eight saves in the shutout. Natalie Palmer stopped 12 shots for B-M.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0, TUPPER LAKE 0 (OT/Tie) – Libby Gillis turned away 14 shots for Tupper Lake, while Hannah Agens and Kalissa Young stopped three shots each in splitting goalie duties for the Larries.

 

 

  

 

 
 

Games of Weeks 1-2: October 9-17, 2020

 NCSN Girls Soccer Scoreboard

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2020

East Division
Brushton-Moira 4, Tupper Lake 1
Central Division
Canton 1, Malone 0
Salmon River at Ogdensburg, ppd.

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2020

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 3, St. Regis Falls 0
Colton-Pierrepont 1, Madrid-Waddington 0
Chateaugay 2, St. Lawrence Central 1
Central Division
Gouverneur 1, Potsdam 0 (2OT)
West Division
Hammond 2, Morristown 1 (OT)
Lisbon 3, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Heuvelton 2, Hermon-DeKalb 1
Harrisville at Edwards-Knox, ppd.

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2020

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 2, Brushton-Moira 0
Colton-Pierrepont 2, St. Lawrence Central 0
Chateaugay 2, Parishville-Hopkinton 2 (OT/Tie)
St. Regis Falls at Tupper Lake, ppd. to 10/19
Central Division
Canton 3, Salmon River 0
Gouverneur 2, Malone 1

West Division
Lisbon 1, Morristown 0
Heuvelton 2, Harrisville 0
Norwood-Norfolk 3, Hermon-DeKalb 2
Edwards-Knox at Hammond, ppd.

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2020

Central Division
Gouverneur 1, Ogdensburg 0
Canton at Massena, ppd. to 10/31
Non League
Salmon River 1, Brushton-Moira 0

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2020

East Division
Chateaugay 5, Tupper Lake 1
Colton-Pierrepont 2, Parishville-Hopkinton 0
St. Lawrence Central 2, Madrid-Waddington 1
St. Regis Falls at Brushton-Moira ppd.
West Division

Harrisville 4, Hermon-DeKalb 3
Morristown 1, Norwood-Norfolk 0
Lisbon at Edwards-Knox, ppd. to 10/22

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2020

Central Division  
Malone 2, Ogdensburg 1
Salmon River at Gouverneur, postponed
West Division
Hammond 2, Heuvelton 0

VINCH GOAL LIFTS GREEN ROCKETS PAST FLYERS 1-0


Morristown’s Rylie Showers (15) breaks away from Norwood-Norfolk defenders and charges her way toward the Flyers' goal for a direct shot on net.  The blast was deflected away by Flyers' goaltender Shelby Vallance to keep the game scoreless midway through the first half.  A goal just before intermission gave the Green Rockets a season-opening win, 1-0 over the Flyers. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Midfielders from Norwood-Norfolk and Morristown battle for possession of the ball off the kick to midfield.  Lorell Vinch rocketed a shot, just inside the far post for the game's only goal.  Maddy Gagnon picked up the assist.

 

 

 


game details - october 17

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 4, TUPPER LAKE 1 – Tupper Lake scored first, seven minutes into the first half on a goal from London Tyo, set up by Caydence Tyo. B-M then unleashed four unanswered goals over the next 10 minutes. Emma Russell scored on a setup from Teaghan Phelan at 9:09. Two minutes later, Russell scored again, assisted by Kyla Phelan. Another minute later, Kyla Phelan dented twine from Russell. The final goal came at 19:22, Phelan set up by Savannah Beachy. Libby Gillis had six saves for the Lady Jacks, while Natalie Palmer turned away three shots for the Panthers.

CANTON 1, MALONE 0 – A first-half goal by Sydney Francis from Allison Kiah provided all the scoring Canton needed to beat Malone, behind a four-save performance from Emily Wentworth. Madison Ansari turned away 13 shots.

HAMMOND OUTLASTS GREEN ROCKETS 2-1 IN OVERTIME


In a scrum in the crease, Hammond's Hannah Belknap (1) taps home the game's first goal, assisted by Avery Kenyon.  Kenyon produced the only goal in overtime, breaking a 1-1 tie and lifting the Red Devils past Morristown.  Goalie Emma Showers stopped 23 shots to keep the Rockets in the game.  (Lisa Freeman photo)

Hammond's Avery Kenyon attempts to punch the ball past goalie Emma Showers, but the Rocket keeper deflects the ball away.  Morristown tied the game 1-1 on an Emilie O'Donnell goal, assisted by Karissa Donnelly.  Kenyon scored unassisted at 2:49 of overtime for the game winner.  Landree Kenyon collected two saves in the Hammond net.
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OTHER OCTOBER 16TH RESULTS

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 3, ST. REGIS FALLS 0 – Kelly Bloom netted the Panthers’ first two goals, while Kaitlyn Kirk produced the final goal with :05 left in the game. Kylie Kirk offered two assists. Kelsey Farnsworth earned the shutout with five saves. The Saints keeper stopped 10 shots.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 1, MADRID-WADDINGTON 0 – Abeni Payne delivered the game’s lone goal in the 58th minute, while goalie Kendall Lamora turned away both shots in preserving the Colts’ win. Jackets’ keeper Alaina Armstrong was kept busy with 12 saves.

CHATEAUGAY 2, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1 – Cammi Champagne scored with just 63 seconds left in the first half, then Brianna Foster’s goal tied the game 1-1 for the Larries. Grace Jarvis popped the game winner midway through the second half in guiding the Bulldogs to the win. Emma Staples snatched to shots to anchor the shutout. The Larries keeper stopped 14 shots.

GOUVERNEUR 1, POTSDAM 0 (2OT) – Laney Smith belted the lone goal of the game on a penalty kick with 7:42 remaining in the second overtime to secure the Wildcats third win (3-0) and the Central Division lead. Holly Barton stopped three shots for the shutout win. Taylor Benda turned away two of the three shots she faced.

LISBON 3, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0 – Emily Jordan scored twice and Grace Smith collected seven saves in leading the Knights. Leah Warren scored Lisbon’s other goal. Shelby Vallance gathered 13 saves for the Flyers.

HEUVELTON 2, HERMON-DEKALB 1 – Heuvelton got goals from Kathryn Cunningham (6th minute) and Bella Doyle (24th minute). The Demons’ lone goal was netted by Audrianna Tehonica from Audrianna Tehonica. Emma Lafaver logged a two-shot shutout.

game details - october 14

COLTON-PIERREPONT 2, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0
Abeni Payne and Alexus Cuthbert scored for the Colts. Kendall LaMora produced a 12-save shutout.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 2, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 0 – Hailee Blair scored from Shelby Milburn in the first half, while Laney Tiernan scored after the break. Alaina Armstrong logged a 13-save shutout.

CHATEAUGAY 2, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 2 (OT/Tie) – Kelly Bloom scored both goals for the Panthers. For Chateaugay, Olivia Cook scored unassisted and Ali Johnston tallied from Chloe Champagne.

GOUVERNEUR 2, MALONE 1 – Gouverneur’s Torie Salisbury scored with five seconds left in regulation for the win. Holly Barton scored the other goal. Ryleigh McCauley produced the lone Huskies’ goal.

CANTON 3, SALMON RIVER 0 – Esther Shipman, Etta Coburn and Hannah Reed scored the Bears’ goals. Bree Rogers and Emily Wentworth combined on a seven-save shutout.

HEUVELTON 2, HARRISVILLE 0 – Chastity Johnson and Molly Williams scored. Emily LaFaver recorded the shutout. Harrisville's Megan Kackinson had 24 saves.

LISBON 1, MORRISTOWN 0 – Emily Jordan scored the lone goal from Ava Murphy. Grace Smith had seven saves for Lisbon, while Emma Showers made 20 saves for the Rockets.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 3, HERMON-DEKALB 2 – Keely Ashley scored twice, while Emma Wells added a goal for the Flyers. H-D’s Audrianna Tehonica scored both goals unassisted.