FC Freeze defeated Heuvelton 5-1 in St. Lawrence County Women’s soccer action Tuesday night. The lone goal for Heuvelton was scored by Heather Johnson.
Edwards-Knox was victorious against Ogdensburg 4-1. Becca, Kim, and Vanessa Bullock all scored for EK while Whitney McRobbie scored the other goal for EK. Lacy Leroux was solid in goal for the victors.
Dow’s Electric squeaked past McDuff’s in a close game by a score of 2-1. Nikki Perkins and Ari Czech were the goal scorers for Dow’s while Anita Bresette Francis scored the single goal for McDuff’s.
Ton’s topped Akwansasne 4-2. Ton’s offense was led by Jenn Collins who scored twice and Megan Charlebois scored 1 goal and added an assist. Chesie Clark added the insurance goal for Ton’s. Amanda King and Shannon Lazore were the scorers for Akwansasne.
In Women’s softball Oscar’s came out on top against Ogdensburg by a score of 5-3. Erin O’ Marah hit 4 singles while Alyson Bixby, Renee Robinson, and Sherrie Wood all singled twice leading Oscar’s. Ogdensburg was led by Ashlee Winters and Dana Mehaffy who each hit a double and a single and Jackie Sullivan added two singles of her own.
The See-Way Slo Pitch Softball A and B division Playoffs continued Tuesday night with Myers Pub I, Sully’s Blue Heron, The Place II, and Phoenix on the Bay posting wins.
Myer’s I edged out Howie’s 5-4. Myers was led by Billy Durham who legged out a triple and added a single while Brooks Brenno added a double. Jim Missert and Mike Bateman each singled twice for Howie’s.
Sully’s Blue Heron dominated Ogdensburg Bowl 9-2. Sully’s offense was led by Dave Merz who hit two singles. The Bowl was led by Joe Lalonde and Josh Sullivan who each singles twice.
The Place II routed Doug’s II 13-2. Kevin Cole, Pete Labella, and Ryan Heron were the offensive leaders for The Place II; they each hit a double and two singles. Doug’s was led by John Ashlaw who hit a double and a single and by Ian Maguire and Josh Lassial who each hit two singles.
Phoenix on the Bay doubled up The Place 12-6. Travis LaRock crushed a home-run for Phoenix while Andy Dedecker hit a double and two singles. The Place offense was carried by Kevin LeClair who hit 3 singles and Scott Wilson who slugged a double and two singles.