Potsdam Girls Take Down Canton In Lacrosse Semis
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CLASS C GIRLS LACROSSE SEMI-FINAL
POTSDAM 16, CANTON 4
The Sandstoners run away with the rubber match against the Golden Bears in the Class C semi-finals.
Potsdam scored the first seven goals within the first 21 minutes of the game as Keeley Rice and Kalie Grant scored two apiece ein the stretch. Canton gained momentum late in the first half scoring two goals in the last forty seconds when Rachael Huntley connected from Allison Noble and Alicia Jones scored far post as time expired to cut the Potsdam lead to five.
The Sandstoners jumped out to a 8-1 run in the second half. The first goal scored by Rice turned out to be her 100th point of the season as cranked out a seven goal performance in the win. PEPSI PLAYER OF THE GAME Kaitlyn Bloom made several key saves accumulating eight in the triumph.
Kalie Grant added three goals and Michaela Cole two goals an two helpers.
For Canton, Maddison VanBibber and Katie Lapinski scored second half goals while Megan Howard stopped eight shots.
Potsdsm will face Massena in the Class C Final on Tuesday from SUNY Canton
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| Canton|| 2|| 2|| || 4|
| Potsdam || 7|| 9|| || 16|
CAN - Huntley 1-0, Jones 1-0, Lapinski 1-0, Van Bibber 1-0, Noble 0-1
POT - Rice 7-0, Grant 3-0. Cole 2-2, Rishe 2-0, Tardelli 1-0, Miller 1-0
Saves: CAN Howard 8, POT Bloom 8
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS LACROSSE
Salmon River 15, Massena 1
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CLASS C BASEBALL SEMI-FINALS
NORWOOD-NORFOLK 11, TUPPER LAKE 1
The top seeded Flyers cruise to a semi-final win over the Lumberjacks.
Tupper Lake's Jordan Garrow led of the game with a walk, stole two bases, and tried to score stealing home on a suicide squeeze but when the third strike was called on the batter, catcher Gunnar Brown tagged him out for the second out of the inning.
Norwood-Norfolk carried that momentum to their at bats in the bottom of the inning scoring three times. PEPSI PLAYER OF THE GAME Brandon Short and Chris Stratton each drove in runs on singles while Troy Kovach started the scoring advancing home on a wild pitch.
Pierson St. Pierre scored on an infield error to cut the lead to two in second. That was before the Flyers busted open the game with a five run third. Chris Prashaw and Kovach double and scored in the inning.
Jordan Lashomb, Cody Smith , and Short combined in a two hitter, striking out 16 through out the contest including ending the game striking out the last seven batters.
Short went 3 for 3 scoring three times and driving in a run. Stratton drove home three runs while Kyle Weems added a double.
Marcus Richer and Nick Bushie provided singles for Tupper Lake.
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| Tupper Lake || 0|| 1|| 0|| 0|| 0|| 0|| 0|| || 1|| 2|| 2|
| Norwood-Norfolk || 3|| 0|| 5|| 2|| 1|| 0|| x|| || 11|| 11|| 1|
W - LaShomb
L - Larkin
2B - N-N Kovach, Prashaw, Weems
LOB - TL 3, N-N 7
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
Class B Play-In Game
Canton 7, Salmon River 6
Massena 8, OFA 3
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
Class C Semi-Final
Norwood-Norfolk 14, Tupper Lake 5
Class B Play-In
Salmon River 21, Potsdam 2
HIGH SCHOOL GOLF
Section X Championships at Malone
Devin Delisle - 150 - Brushton-Moira
Ben Stone - 154 - Potsdam
Hunter Francis - 167 - Massena
Evan Hanna - 172 - Malone
Jayden Wodd - 172 - Massena
David Sprague - 173 - Malone
Dustin LaValley - 174 - Potsdam
TJ Roundpoint - 174 - Salmon River
Kyle Bent - 174 - Madrid-Waddington
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Potsdam 153, Massena 83
OFA 163, Canton 56
Malone 174, Madrid-Waddington 51
Norwood-Norfolk 187, Salmon River 34
Norwood-Norfolk 180, Tupper Lake 40
Tupper Lake 79, Salmon River 75
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Potsdam 177, Massena 141
Canton 196, OFA 108
Malone 170, Madrid-Waddington 139
Norwood-Norfolk 212, Salmon River 71
Norwood-Norfolk 178, Tupper Lake 92
Salmon River 113, Tupper Lake 107