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Hammond Fuels Roll; Heuvelton, M-W Girls Win

Hammond continued its high-scoring roll atop the West Division, Heuvelton evened its West Division record and Madrid-Waddington scored its first NAC East win in Tuesday's NAC Girls Soccer action.

Hammond 6 - H-D 1: The Red Devils (5-0, 7-1) raced out to a 4-0 lead as Hailey Cunningham scored from Kelsey Bennett, Avery Kenyon and Zoey Cunningham tallied unassisted goals and Brooke Manning buried a penalty shot.

Kenyon scored her second goal of the game and Hailee Manning scored to lift the lead to 6-0 before Hilary Jones scored the lone H-D goal un assisted with 18:38 to play.

Emery McQuade stopped 20 shots in the H-D goal and Alyvia Crosby finished with 11 stops

Harrisville 2 - Morristown 1: The Pirates (2-3-1, 2-5-1) continued their solid defensive play and scored two first half goals in dropping Morristown (1-4-1, 1-5-1).

"Overall we played a lot better. We were still a little sluggish in the first half but we battled. I thought in the second half we picked it up. We got to the ball better and had a lot of nice passing sequences," said MCS Coach Chris Showers.

Torie Moore scored unassisted in the 27th minute and Harlie Moore converted a penalty shot 1:36 before halftime.

Morristown cut the difference to 2-1 with 17:07 remaining in the game on Kylie O'Donnell's first varsity goal but couldn't attain an equalizer.

"We got the ball outside and Carly Piercey created a lot of scoring opportunities. One of which Kylie O'Donnell redirected into the top corner of the net for her first varsity goal. We are starting to understand the spacing game and that's big going forward. Our starting goalkeeper (Emma Showers) was injured late in the second half and Emilie Gagnon stepped in and did a nice job. Harrisville is a good team and those Moore girls really controled the middle of the field, " said Coach Showers..

Showers and Gagnon combined on 16 saves for Morristown and Atkinson of Harrisville stopped six shots.

Heuvelton 1 - E-K 0: Sydney Morley scored the only goal of the game off a DaKota Mouthorp pass as the 3-6-1 Lady Bulldogs evened their NAC West record at 3-3. Rayna Cameron posted the shutout with 19 saves and Alicia Matthews finished with one save For E-K.

"We did a good job defensively. They had a lot of shots but most of them were from long range," said Heuvelton Coach Gus Burns.

"We had our opportunities but we just didn't get our shots on net. I think we scored on our only real dangerous shot. But we scored and got the win. We face a tough game on Friday at Gouverneur.

M-W 4 - St. Regis Falls 1: The Yellowjackets (1-5-1, 1-5-2) scored two goals in each half in recording heir first NAC East Division Win. Alexis Sullivan figured in all four goals scoring from Lydia Thomas and setting up goals by Jaelynn Uppstrom, Cassidy Hargrave and Laney Tiernan to back Emma Martin's nine-save goaltending.

Kaitlyn Arcadi scored the lone St. Regis Falls goal.

In other NAC East action Brushton-Moira downed Tupper Lake 4-1, Chateaugay nipped Parishville-Hopkinton 3-2 in overtime and the Norwood-Norfolk vs Colton-Pierrepont game was postponed.

Alyvia Crosby makes a save for Hammond in Tuesday's win over H-D.

Hammond's Kelsey Bennett gets off a short range shot in Tuesday's win over H-D.shot

Mia Johnson sends a pass upfield against Harrisville on Tuesday for Morristown.

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