Golden Bears and Flyers Play To A Wild 4-4 Tie
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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER
NORWOOD-NORFOLK 4, CANTON 4 (OT/F)
A Central Division scorefest saw eight goals and four lead changes as they game went till the sun went down.
The Flyers drew first blood on a Drew Stone one timer in the 11th min as Canton's Shawn Spadacinni tied it up from Ben Harloe with over three and a half to play in the first half. That goal ignited a barrage of goals as SUBWAY SUB OF THE GAME Alex Floof answered 20 seconds later to put the Flyers in the lead but the Golden Bears scored two more goals before halftime courtesy of PEPSI PLAYER OF THE GAME Travis Jordan on a direct kick to tie the game and driving home the go ahead goal with 7.2 seconds left in the first half.
The scoring did not stop there as the Flyers regained the lead with two goals five minutes apart with Ploof and Drew Stone notching tallies to give the visiting team a 4-3 lead. However Spadacinni carried the ball down the right wing and crossed it in front where EVANS AND WHITE TOUGH AS NAILS PLAYER OF THE GAME Nate Butler drove home the game tying goal with 21 minutes to play.
In all seven goals were scored in a 22 minute stretch. However no one else scored in the last 32 minutes of play including 10 extra minutes of overtime.
Jeremy Waite would stop seven for the Flyers and Jake Newmann halted five for the Golden Bears.
| || 1 || 2 || ot1 || ot2 || || F |
| Norwood-Norfolk || 2|| 2|| 0|| 0|| || 4|
| Canton|| 3|| 1|| 0|| 0|| || 4|
1ST HALF: N-N, Drew Stone (Jake Fregoe) 13th min, CAN, Shawn Spadaccini (Ben Harloe) 28th, N-N, Alex Ploof (UNA) 36th min, CAN, Travis Jordan (UNA) 36th. CAN Travis Jordan (UNA) 40th.
2ND HALF: N-N, Alex Ploof (Drew Stone) 45th, N-N, Drew Stone (UNA) 50th, CAN, Nate Butler (Shawn Spadaccini) 58th min
Saves: Waite (NN) 7 saves; Newman (NN) 5 saves.
Corner Kicks: N-N 8, CAN 4
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER
Potsdam 2, Massena 0
OFA 3, Malone 0
Parishville-Hopkinton 5, St. Regis Falls 0
Chateaugay 2, Colton-Pierrepont 1
Madrid-Waddington 4, Brushton-Moira 0
Hermon-Dekalb 3, Heuvelton 2
Harrisville 3, Morristown 1
Clifton-Fine 4, Morristown 1
Lisbon 4, Edwards-Knox 1
HIGH SCHOOL GIIRLS SOCCER
Chateaugay 3, Colton-Pierrepont 0
Parishville-Hopkinton 4, St. Regis Falls 2
Salmon River 5, Madrid-Waddington 0
Brushton-Moira 2, St. Lawrence Central 0
Norwood-Norfolk 3, Gouverneur 0
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
Madrid-Waddington over Potsdam 3-2
Brendan McCarthy Liberty League Co-Defensive Performer of the Week
McCarthy had two interceptions for the Saints in the team's 23-14 win over Union on Saturday. The Fairport, NY native also chipped in seven tackles including 1.5 for a loss in the victory, St. Lawrence's first in Schenectady since 1969
Brayden Henry Liberty League Co-Rookie of the Week
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Alex Benway Liberty League Co-Performer of the Week
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Dan Fritz Liberty League Rookie of the Week
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Brendan Gorman Liberty League Offensive Performer of the Week
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Andrew Bednarsky Liberty League Co-Rookie of the Week
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Elena Rogers Liberty League Co-Offensive Performer of the Week
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