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Lisbon, H-D, Heuvelton, M-W Post NAC Boys Soccer Wins

Pretty goals were the order of the day in Friday's NAC West and East Boys Soccer wins.

Lisbon stayed undefeated atop the NAC West with a 4-1 win over Morristown and Heuvelton and Hermon-DeKalb each netted second straight wins.

Harrisville blanked Hammond in the other West game of the day to stay one win behind Lisbon.

In the NAC East Madrid-Waddington reversed Colton-Pierrepont 1-0, Chateaugay blanked Norwood-Norfolk 4-0 and Parishville Hopkinton outscored Brushton-Moira 3-2.

Lisbon 4 - Morristown 1: Jackson LaRock tallied Lisbon's first goal on a penalty shot and set up second half tallies by Alex Vessel and Miles Gendebien for the Golden Knights who stayed unbeaten in the NAC West with a victory at home over Morristown.

Wyatt Sullivan scored unassisted in the first half for Morristown.

"We played well tonight. We moved the ball well and scored some pretty goals," said Lisbon Coach Diky Marcellus.

Hayden McBath stopped two shots for a shutout and Kade Marshall stopped 12 shots for Morristown.

Heuvelton 2 - Gouverneur 0: Jed Crayford handled 14 shots in the shutout and the Bulldogs scored one goal in each half to secure their second straight win. Jordan Sawyer continued as Heuvelton's top finisher converting off an assist from Matt Basford and Drew Demers scored his first goal of the season.

"We played well and Gouverneur is a very young team. Drew Demers scored on a great shot and Matt Basford set up Jordan Sawyer with a nice play and Jordan put the ball in," said Heuvelton Coach Bruce Durrant.

Harrisville 2 - Hammond 0: Jadon Sullivan scored a pair of second half goals in the 25th and 28th minutes as the Pirates overcame a solid effort by the Red Devils who received 13 saves from Lukas McQueer. Aidan Benzel had the assist on the first goal and the second was a penalty kick in the NAC West game. Nate Woodward had 5 saves in the shutout.

M-W 1 - C-P 0: Cody Schwheinberg scored the lone goal of the game at 25:15 of the first half as M-W reversed an early season loss in the second of two intense games between the NAC East rivals. Scwheinberg headed home a corner kick by Matt Robinson and the M-W goalie made three saves in the shutout.

Aiden Knight made eight saves for C-P.

H-D 3 - E-K 2: The Demons opened a 2-0 lead at the half and prevailed on a goal in the second overtime by Kyler O'Donnell off an assist by Adam Lynch.

The Demons first half scoring saw Peyton Hamilton convert from O'Donnell and Kevin Joi connect off an Ethan Holland assist.

E-K rallied with Avery Whitford scoring from Nolan Blandin and Conner Snell converting a Tyler Scott setup. Andrew Matthews stopped 15 shots backstopping the H-D win and Cooper Mackay posting 16 saves in the E-K goal.

P-H 3 - B-M 2: P-H opened a 3-1 lead and held off the Panthers in a key win to open the second half of the NAC East season. Peyton Snell set up Branden Phippen for the first P-H goal and scored the third on a penalty shot. John Snell broke a 1-1 tie for the Panthers from Harrison Snell.

Eddy Collins scored both goals for B-M.

Caleb Knowles stopped nine shots for P-H and George Webb finished with 12 stops for B-M.

"We adjusted our formation which helped our players use their strengths and packed things in a little tighter on defense," said P-H Coach Mike Castanza.

"It was a nice win. Brushton-Moira is a solid team."


Gouverneur 3 - Heuvelton 1: Bella Doyle opened the scoring for Heuvelton and the Wildcats answered with three straight goals in a nonleague game played in Gouverneur. Bree Drake tied the score in first half with an unassisted goal. Laney Smith scored the eventual game-winner from Fuller and Smith set up Vernena Turnwald for the insurance goal.

Jade McIntosh made three saves for Gouverneur and Rayna Cameron finished with 10 stops for Heuvelton.

Lisbon's Rowan Rishe heads the ball toward teammate Karter Jordan in Friday's NAC West game with Morristown. (Photo By Cassandra LaRock).

Lisbon's Griffin LaRock and Morristown's Jonah Witherhead match up in Friday's NAC Game won by Lisbon. (Cassandra LaRock Photo)

Lisbon's Jackson LaRock heads the ball to redirect a header by Morristown's Cael Woodcock in Friday's NAC West game. (Photo By Cassandra LaRock).

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