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Hammond Girls, SR, Potsdam Boys Post Wins

CANTON - Avery Kenyon figured in four goals and Hailee Manning continued to finish well in close quarters as Hammond remained undefeated against NAC opponents in a 5-1 nonleague victory over Hermon-DeKalb on Saturday at SUNY Canton.

Kenyon opened the scoring 7:49 into the game converting from Hailey Cunningham and Devils went on to a 4-0 halftime lead. Hailee Manning converted off a corner kick from Kenyon, Kelsey Bennett scored from Brooke Manning and Kenyon cashed in a setup from Kylie Vaugh.

Hailee Manning converted another opportunity off a Kenyon corner kick with six 4:42 remaining in the game and H-D's Hannah Gollingers closed out the scoring from Kailey Hernandez with 1:02 remaining.

"The defense has played well. Tough back there. The core is playing well and the young girls showing great signs of picking the tempo up and getting use to the varsity speed," said Hammond Coach Shawn Dack.

Alyvia Crosby stopped five shots in goal for Hammond (6-1) and Emery McQuade finished with 12 stops for H-D (3-3).

"We held our own in the second haf," said H-D Coach Erin Green.


Salmon River 2 - Carthage 1: Charles Leduc of SR scored from Tim Cook with 14 minutes to play to lift the Shamrocks with a quality nonleague win. In the first half Hard Showen scored from Stone Chubb for a 1-0 Shamrock lead in the 14th minute and Aiden Parker netted a Carthage equalizer from Noah O'Dett four minutes later.

John Miller handled 15 chances in goal for SR and Carthage keeper Braeden Dorchester finished with 12 saves.

"We've played maybe the toughest non-league schedule we've ever had as a program.  To still be standing has given us tremendous experience for our league and hopefully playoff games.  Today was a great team win where everyone contributed." said Salmon River Coach Tim Cook.

Potsdam 3 - SLC 0: The Sandstoners won an NAC interdivisional game.

Zoey Cunningham handles the ball on defense for Hammond while DaKota Mouthorp of Heuvelton applies pressure in last week's game in Heuvelton.

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