CANTON - The FC Freeze Soccer teams continued to enjoy success at all levels highlighted by the U18 Boys team which stayed undefeated moving toward a repeat championship the Northern New York Youth Soccer League.
FC Freeze Team 2 5, General Brown 0: In a game at St. Lawrence Monday, the Freeze scored all of its goals in the second half. Adam Kelley had two goals, while Peyton Lalone, Alex Harcourt (Colton) and Patrick Normandin (Potsdam) netted the the other markers. Tyler Robinson, Daniel Caamano and Wyatt Snell (Parishville) passed out assists. The two Freeze teams will play next Monday at St. Lawrence at 6 p.m.
Freeze Team One had its game postponed Monday.
UNDER 14 BOYS
FC Freeze 4, General Brown 1: The FC Freeze U14 boys handed the General Brown Soccer Club Lions their first loss of the season on Sunday evening in Gouverneur. The Freeze led at the half with a score of 2-1 and then tallied pair of goals in the second half before the game was called because of thunder.
Peyton Lalone (Ogdensburg) netted a hat trick and an assist while Tyler Robinson (Madrid-Waddington) added a goal and an assist. Adam Kelley (Lisbon) and Dominic Frascatore (Potsdam) also each contributed an assist. Daniel Camaano (Potsdam) and Jake Robinson (Madrid) combined in goal for the win. The Freeze play Friday at 6:45 p.m. against Ultimate FC at SLU.
UNDER 18 BOYS
FC Freeze 10, Olympic Bonaparte Soccer Club 0: In a makeup game on Tuesday, FC Freeze handled Olympic Bonaparte Soccer Club in Harrisville. Aaron Sharlow (Malone) led the Freeze with three goals, followed by Matt Follett (Brushton) and Brandon Mack (Canton) with two apiece. Aaron Cobb (Heuvelton), Jon Sloan (Heuvelton) and Elijah Huntley (Clayton) tallied one goal apiece. Andrew Guimond (Ogdensburg), Tyler Gallagher (Parishville), Loren Traynor (Brushton) and Follett split time in net.
FC Freeze 6, Thousand Islands 0: . Sloan netted two goals, while Gallagher, Mack, Huntley and Franklin Pullano (Parishville) scored one each. Ashler Herrick (Potsdam) made five saves in net. The Freeze (4-0) are in first place, having given up only one goal all season, and are closing in on their third-straight U18 league title. They host Olympic Bonaparte Thursday at 6 p.m. at SLU.
UNDER 12 GIRLS
Watertown Rhinos 4, FC Freeze 3: The Watertown Rhinos rallied from a 3-0 halftime deficit. In the first-half Maddy Weir (Massena) overpowered the opponents goalie to put FC Freeze first on the scoreboard. Weir was assisted by a well-placed pass from Sophia Janoyan (Potsdam). Shortly after this Katie Cowen (Potsdam) passed the ball to Olivia Mace (Ohio) whose shot sailed over the goalies head for the teams second goal. Finishing out the first half was an unassisted goal placed in the left corner of the net by Weir.In the second-half Watertown scored with a breakaway goal. They quickly followed with a shot which bouncing off the center post and in. Watertown tied the game with a well place penalty kick and took the lead late in the second half.
A great defensive play by Watertown to deny Weir from tying the score in the closing seconds.
Goalie Riley Storrin (Gouverneur) recorded 21 saves for the Freeze and Watertowns goalie made nine saves. Playing strong defense throughout the game for FC Freeze was Jacqueline Storrin (Gouverneur), Hannah Braun (Lisbon) and Nadine Coleman (Massena). The Freeze host Indian River at SLU Sat. at 11 a.m.
UNDER 14 GIRLS
Watertown Rhinos 6, FC Freeze 3: The Freeze dropped a 6-3 decision to the Watertown Rhinos at SLU Friday. The Freeze host Indian River Friday at St. Lawrence University at 5:30 p.m.