In North Country Women’s soccer league action Heuvelton ripped Triple A of Ogdensburg by a score of 7-0. Riane Fletcher and Eliza Ladouceur each scored two goals for Heuvelton while Heather Johnson, Megan Davis, and Emily Bush netted goals of their own to round out the scoring. Johnson, Bush, and Ladouceur also shared the duties in goal splitting the shut-out three ways.
Edwards-Knox defeated Harrisville 7-1. Vanessa Bullock and Krystal Forbes scored two goals each in leading EK to victory. Kim Bullock, Rochelle Whitton, and Alex Perry also scored goals for EK.
FC Freeze topped Star Lake by a score of 7-0. Abby VanGelton scored twice in the first half along with Mel Mauer and Kamrie Dandrow giving the Freeze a 4-0 halftime advantage. Dandrow scored again in second half as did Durocher. Emily Johnson only faced 1 shot in earning the shut-out.
McDuff’s downed Canton in a close game 3-2. Kaila Maguire, Monique Cornett and Ginnette Cornett scored the goals for McDuff’s. No information was available about Canton’s scoring.
Ton’s and Dow Electric played to a rare 0-0 tie. Ton’s goalie was Liz Durfee who stopped 16 shots for her team while Stephanie Collins turned aside 8 shots for Dow Electric. The tie keeps Dow Electric undefeated for the season with a 13-0-2 record.
In Youth soccer Lisbon Blue Heron Realty downed Massena 3-2. Madison Vine scored two goals for Blue Heron while Adam Kelley scored Blue Heron’s third goal. Nick Spooner and Kane Jordan were solid in goal for Blue Heron stopping 6 shots.
The Knights of Columbus shut-out the Canton Bears by a score of 2-0. Dominic Molinari scored in the first half for the KofC and Jacob Sharpe scored an insurance goal in the second half. Justyn McCormick and Matt Ramm combined to stop 11 shots in earning the shut-out.
In baseball action the Brockville Bunnies with an impressive record of 32-12 record defeated the Ogdensburg Maples who were plagued by 2-out errors. The final score was 10-0. John Coleman and Jerry Mattingly who hail from Potsdam both singled twice for Brockville. Jay Flannigan, Jordan Hunneyman, and David Forbes combined to hold the Maples to two hits in the game.
Phoenix on the Bay and Myers Pub each earned spots in the A and B division Championship games in the See-Way Slo-Pitch league. Phoenix outscored Nig’s by a score of 18-15. Ryan and Mike Farrell and John Smith all scored three runs for Phoenix while Chris Austin crushed a home-run for Nig’s.
Myers I downed Myers II by a score of 7-4. Brooks Brenno and David Kiah led the Myers I offense. Myers II was led by Don McCarthy who hit four singles and Ken Stull who added in three singles.