Lady Panthers Comeback With Two Second Half Goals To Down Bulldogs
99 SPORTS FEATURE GAME ON 1470 AM WPDM
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER
PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 2, HEUVELTON 1
The Panthers comeback in the home opener for their first win of the season.
Heuvelton struck first off a corner kick as the ball slips in front to an open Emilie Ross who one times the shot to the back of the net to give the Bulldogs a 1-0 lead 13 minutes in.
Parishville-Hopkinton came out in the second half carrying moment from the the end of the first and tied the game 12 minutes into the second half when Natalie Remington took a rebound off a direct kick that hit a Bulldog wall and buried it in the left corner to tie the game.
In the 66th minute, PEPSI PLAYER OF THE GAME Michaela Cole got a piece of a clear and drove the game winner home. Liz Lavelle came up strong in the defense side of the game to earn EVANS AND WHITE TOUGH AS NAILS PLAYER OF THE GAME.
Megan Evans stopped seven for the Panthers and Sanna Jaquith eight for Huevelton
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| Heuvelton|| 1|| 0|| || 1|
| Parishville-Hopkinton || 0|| 2|| || 2|
1st Half: HEU Emilie Ross (Logan Tallman) 13th min
2nd Half: P-H Natalie Remington (UNA) 52th min, P-H Michaela Cole (UNA) 66th min
Saves: HEU Jaquith 8, Evans 7
Corner Kicks: HEU 2, P-H 4
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER
Potsdam 2, St. Lawrence Central 1 (OT/F)
Canton 5, Gouverneur 0
Colton-Pierrepont 5, Morristown 0
Harrisville 4, Edwards-Knox 1
OFA 1, Massena 1
Hermon-Dekalb 3, St. Regis Falls 2
Tupper Lake 3, Clifton-Fine 0
Chateaugay 3, Lisbon 1
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Potsdam over Tupper Lake 3-1
Chateaugay over Canton 3-0
Malone over OFA 3-1
Massena over Gouverneur 3-0
Salmon River over Madrid-Waddington 3-0
FORMER CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY COACH PASSES AWAY
99 SPORTS HAS LEARNED OF THE PASSING OF FORMER CLARKSON WOMEN'S HEAD HOCKEY COACH RON FRAZER '44. FRAZER WAS THE FIRST COACH FOR WOMEN'S HOCKEY AT CLARKSON FROM 1974-1984. HE COMPILED A 77-72-3 RECORD. FRAZER WAS ON HAND IN 2003 WHEN CLARKSON LAUNCED WOMEN'S HOCKEY AFTER A 19 YEAR ABSENSE DROPPING THE FIRST PUCK. FRAZER WAS A RESIDENT OF HANNAWA FALLS AND BEST KNOWN AS THE "FATHER OF WOMEN'S HOCKEY", HE WAS 88 YEARS OLD.
POTSDAM NAMES SMITH AS NEW WOMEN'S LACROSSE ASSISTANT
SUNY Potsdam Women’s Lacrosse Coach Lauren Bruce has announced the appointment of Amanda Smith as the Bears’ assistant coach for the 2012 season.
Smith graduated from Pfeiffer University in May, where she was a four-year member of the Falcons women’s lacrosse team. Last spring Smith, Pfeiffer’s team captain, was named an All-American, All-Conference, and played in the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association North-South Game. Smith is also the Falcons all-time leader in caused turnovers. As a sophomore she traveled to the Czech Republic to play in the Women’s Lacrosse Prague Cup.
While Bruce says Smith will help at both ends of the field, her specialty will continue to be defense.
Prior to Potsdam, Smith served as an assistant at Lumber Jill’s Lacrosse Clinic and for the Hagerstown Area YMCA Lacrosse Association.
Smith, a Liverpool, N.Y. native, holds a bachelor’s degree in biology.
PARKER JOINS MEN'S SOCCER STAFF
The SUNY Potsdam men’s soccer team has announced the appointment of Alex Parker as the Bears’ assistant coach for the 2011 season.
Prior to SUNY Potsdam, Parker led the Pittsford Mendon boys’ J.V. team to a 29-1-2 record over two seasons. During those years, he also assisted the varsity program during its back-to-back Section 5 titles and New York State final four appearances. Parker has also coached extensively with the Pittsford Mustangs Soccer Club at the U-15 and U-16 levels.
Along with coaching soccer, Parker worked at Village Sports in Fairport, N.Y., as the facility manager and youth program coordinator. He created and ran developmental sports programs for children ages 18 months to nine years, as well as managing staff, scheduling programs, and upkeep of the facility.
Coach Parker played his high school soccer at Pittsford Mendon and played four years at SUNY Fredonia. He played in two SUNYAC Championship games and was a key player on the 2005 squad that went to the NCAA Elite Eight. Parker also served as a team captain for the
2006 ECAC Champion Blue Devils.
Parker graduated from SUNY Fredonia in 2007, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in management and exercise science. He is also a certified speed, agility, and quickness specialist. While at Potsdam, Alex will be pursing a master’s in sports management.
MESSINA NAMED RUNNER OF THE WEEK BY THE USCAA
Freshman Timothy Messina (Queensbury, N.Y.) has been named the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Male Runner of the Week.
Messina earned the award after placing fourth at the SUNYIT Wildcat Invitational on Sept. 3 helping the Roos win the overall championship. The Queensbury native ran the 6K race in a time of 20:53.