Lisbon, Gouverneur, P-H Girls, H-D Boys Win
Updated: Oct 19, 2019
The Lisbon Girls untracked their offense in a 3-0 nonleague win over Norwood-Norfolk and Hermon-DeKalb staged two rallies to outscore Hammond 5-3 in an NAC West Boys Soccer game on Friday. Gouverneur and Parishville-Hopkinton won the other girls games of the day while Massena and Malone gained boys soccer wins.
Lisbon 3 - Salmon River 0: Freshman Gabby Taylor scored the first goal from Emily Jordan and then assisted Jordan to the second tally as the 7-6-1 Knights took a 2-0 halftime lead and went on to lift their nonleague record to 3-0. Kalee Wood scored the third goal from Jordan and Abby Flack stopped nien shots for a shutout.
"We came out much stronger today than in our recent games and our passing was better," said Lisbon Coach Taylor Abar.
"We worked hard on offense and got more shots."
Gouverneur 5 - Salmon River 5-0: Breena Drake, Torie Salisbury and Hance scored in the first half for the Wildcats and VerenaTurnwald and Marina Wood connected in the second half of the Central Division contest where Laney Smith passed out two assists. The Wildcats climbed to 9-2-1.
Schoriara Jackson wasn't called upon to make a save in the shutout and Thompson made 17 saves for Salmon River. P-H 3, C-P 0: Kirk figured in all three goals for the Lady Panthers. She scored the second and third goals from Ellis and Kelly Bloom who scored the first goal off a pass from Kirk.
Brenna Woods made five saves in the shutout and Natalie Butterfield made 10 saves for C-P.
In other girls soccer action Norwood-Norfolk blanked Tupper Lake 2-0.
H-D 3 - Hammond 2: Peyton Hamilton scored three goals for the Demons (6-6, 8-8) who rallied from a deficits of 2-0 and 3-2. Ayden Tehonica delivered two goals and two assists in the victory.
Brandon LaRock headed home a Randy Durham corner kick and Cooper Bennett scored off a Nate Jewett corner kick as Hammond (5-7, 6-9) took a 2-0 lead. and Nate Jewett buried a penalty shot to give the Devils a 3-2 margin.
"Coming in we were 3-1 in our last four games but we just couldn't get things going today. It was a tough loss for seeding in the sectionals," said Hammond Coach Kevin Toland.
Andrew Matthews stopped 11 shots for H-D and Lukas McQueer handed 10 chances in the free wheeling contest.
In other boys soccer action Massena shaded St. Lawrence Central 1-0 and Malone outscored Potsdam 5-3 to clinch the NAC Central championship.