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Huskies Deny M-W Boys In Jeffers Tourney Finals

POTSDAM - Hans Schumacher scored twice in the final 22 minutes as Malone built a 2-0 lead and then held off Madrid-Waddington 2-1 in the Boys Championship game of the John Jeffers Tournament at Potsdam High School on Wednesday night.

Schumacher converted a penalty kick with with about 22 minutes and with seven minutes to he scored off a dribble drive for a 2-0 lead.

With 1:47 left M-W's John McCall scored to make it 2–1. "I can’t say enough on how we played tonight. We stuck to our game plan and accomplished 9 of 10 goals. But Hans (Schumacher) is so good that if you make a mistake he has the ability to make you pay. He did, we committed a bad foul and then we lost containment on him for 30 seconds," said M-W Coach Ryan Robinson. "We controlled 80per cent of the game and we were doing anything we wanted after half time. We just couldn’t put it away."

"Brennan Harmer  played great on defense tonight and Gabe Murphy was a workhorse. Our offense and John McCall with Cody Schweinberg was doing everything but put it in the net. We are getting better every game now.We have to bounce back and prepare for our Dan Rose weekend. We are back on the regular schedule now so we can start to build continuity. Great game tonight and the guys learned a lot." added Coach Robinson.

The M-W Boys and Girls will host Colton-Pierrepont teams at the varsity and modified level on Saturday in the Dan Rose Weekend. The Girls Varsity and Modified games will be played at 10 a.m. and the Varsity and Modified Boys games will be played at noon.

Potsdam 2 - N-N 1: Keenan Hassett broke a 1-1 tie with one minute to play for the host Sandstoners in the consolation game of the John Jeffers Tournament. Hassett converted from Thomas Barstow. Romano Sergi opened the scoring for Potsdam and Bullock answered for the Flyers. Ansen Herrick stopped six shots in the Potsdam goal.

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