Potsdam Girls Hockey Claim Opening Afternoon Win
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS HOCKEY
Potsdam 6, Massena 3
SUNY CANTON BOASTS THREE FALL SPORTS HONORSRepton Abrahams ended his stellar four-year career with another postseason honor. The senior forward and midfielder was named to the all-Sunrise Conference team for the fourth straight year. This season Abrahams scored eight points on three goals and two assists to go along with 25 shots. In his four years at SUNY Canton Abrahams has appeared in 66 games and has recorded 25 goals and 22 assists for 72 points. He has averaged nearly three shots per game and has three game-winning goals. He was an NAIA Honorable Mention All-America selection as a freshman.
Angie Waryasz of the women’s soccer team has received postseason honors for the second straight year as she was named to the all-Sunrise Conference team. The sophomore forward also made the team as a freshman. This year Waryasz led the Roos in goals scored (9), total points (22) and shots (42) and tied for the team-lead in assists with four. She finished tied for eighth in the conference in total goals and tied for ninth in total points. Waryasz will graduate this year and ends her two-year career with 51 points on 19 goals and 13 assists. She has generated 81 shots and scored two game-winning goals.
Katelyn Anthony of the women’s cross country team has been named a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved a junior academic status to qualify for this honor. Anthony, a criminal investigations major, was one of 305 female runners from across the country to achieve this honor. The Spencerport native has run on the women’s cross country team for two years and this fall led the Roos to a second-place finish at the Sunrise Conference championship hosted by SUNY Canton. Anthony finished in eighth place overall at the meet posting a time of 26:50.
Jonathan Hood Named Liberty League Co-Guard of the Week
Hood finished up Tuesday's game one point shy of his career-high, scoring 20 points on 7-for-13 shooting. He also added in 8 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 assist, and a block in a five-point loss to Plattsburgh State.
Carey Turner Named Liberty League Co-Guard of the Week
Junior Guard/Forward (Clifton Park, NY)
Turner played just 19 minutes on Tuesday, but scored 15 points on 5-for-7 shooting to lead Clarkson to a 65-45 win over SUNY Canton. She was also a perfect 5-for-5 from the free throw line and grabbed four rebounds.
Chrissy Scanlon Named LIberty League Co-Foward of the Week
Junior Forward (Queensbury, NY)
Scanlon scored 14 points on 6-for-11 shooting in a 65-45 win over SUNY Canton on Tuesday. Scanlon also grabbed six rebounds and made a pair of steals in the victory.