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H-D Girls Gain First Win; Devils Win, Bulldogs, Rockets Tie

Updated: Oct 24, 2020


DEKALB JUNCTION - After suffering three straight one-goal losses Hermon-DeKalb Central broke through with a 3-2 NAC West Division victory over Lisbon at home on Friday.

While the Lady Demons (1-3-0) got their first victory Hammond climbed to 5-0 with a 5-0 win at Harrisville and in the other division game of the day Heuvelton and Morristown played to a 0-0 double overtime tie.

In the NAC East Colton-Pierreont held the division lead with a 3-0 win over St. Regis Falls.


Hillary Jones figured in all three goals for the Green Demons scoring her team's two goals and assisting on a goal from Ellie McQuade with a corner kick. Jones converted a rebound opportunity on the first goal and Emily Jordan countered with the first of two goals on the day for Lisbon.

Jones curled a corner kick into the net for a 2-1 H-D lead and used a corner kick to set up an Ellie McQuade goal which gave the Demons a 3-1 lead.

Jordan netted her second goal of the day from Madison Price but H-D held the lead backstopped by eight saves from Emery McQuade.

Grace Smith stopped 18 shots in the Lisbon (2-2) goal.


Avery Kenyon scored two goals and Hailey Cunningham delivered one goal and two assists for the Red Devils who broke away from a strong Harrisville effort according to Coach Shawn Dack.

"Harrisville did really well throughout game but we got behind them couple times second half to pull away. We had so many great second half sequences. Played with a lot of heart and grit. Our defense anchored the game," said Coach Dack. 

"Norah Pease, Zoey Cunningham, Jordan Kloepping and Caitlynn Cunningham always do a high level job." 

Hailee Manning also scored, Madeleine Rathbun supplied an assist and Landree Kenyon posted a one-save shutout.


Two teams who have competed well throughout the season matched 100 minutes of scoreless soccer. Emma Showers made 11 saves as Morristown (2-2-1) and Emma LaFaver made two saves for the Bulldogs (2-1-1).

"Overall it was a pretty flat game. Not a lot of energy from either team. And not really many scoring opportunities. Our best chances came in overtime when Emily Gagnon had a couple nice crosses that we put over the cross bar," said Morristown Coach Chris Showers. "Kassidy Sullivan had a very nice defensive game and Emma Showers really sucked up every ball that came her way in net. We just need to find some energy going forward." COLTON-PIERREPONT 3 ST. REGIS FALLS 0

Kendall LaMora made five saves for the 5-1 Colts in the shutout over St. Regis Falls (0-4-1)

Kaitlyn Houston scored twice with an assist for the Colts (5-1) and Isabella Vaccaro added another goal. Mya Lemieux added an assist for the Colts and Caydence Rondeau made 12 saves for the Saints.

Morristown's Carly Piercey (15) and Heuvelton's Ali Trathen race for the ball. (Katherine Showers Photos)

Grace Mills clears the ball from the Heuvelton defensive zone. Renee Palmer Photo

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