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MALONE — Mitchell Gallagher accounted for 428 yards, leading the Malone football team to a 53-21 victory over Massena in a Northern Athletic Conference game Saturday.

Gallagher rushed for 158 yards on 13 carries and scored two touchdowns for Malone (5-1), including a 65-yard run. He completed 10 of 18 passes for 270 yards, including three touchdowns.

Jeremiah Reagan led Massena (2-4) with 120 yards rushing on 16 carries, including three touchdowns. Reagan scored on a 39-yard burst in the fourth quarter.

ST. LAWRENCE 44, CANTON 0

Devon Euto passed for 90 yards and rushed for 123 yards on 12 carries to help lead the Larries past the Golden Bears (0-6) in Canton.

Euto threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Todd Ramsdell (3 receptions, 81 yards) and scored on runs off 55 and 11 yards.

Jesse Greer led the Larries (1-5) with 126 yards rushing on 18 carries, including two touchdowns.

GIRLS SOCCER

Chateaugay 2, Heuvelton 0

Makayla Fleury finished with three saves as the Chateaugay girls soccer team defeated Heuvelton in a nonleague game at SUNY Potsdam.

Hannah Cook scored in the 24th minute for the Bulldogs (8-0 overall) and Alexis Beach tallied a goal in the 39th minute. Heuvelton fell to 8-2.

HARRISVILLE 2, COLTOn-PIERREPONT 0

Kathleen Coloney scored two goals to lead Harrisville past Colton-Pierrepont (2-6-1) in a nonleague game at SUNY Canton.

Coloney scored the first goal for the Pirates (7-3) on a corner kick in the seventh minute and her second goal came on a direct kick in the 36th minute. Samantha Rounds made five saves for the shutout.

BOYS SOCCER

THOUSAND ISLANDS 4, HARRISVILLE 2

Scott McKain and Luke Smith each scored two goals for the Vikings (8-3) in a nonleague win over the Pirates at SUNY Canton.

Joey Butts and Tim Fowler scored goals for Harrisville (8-2).

CHATEAUGAY 2, HEUVELTON 2 (OT)

Chad Stalter scored twice in the first half for Chateaugay (4-3-3) and Matt Liscum produced two goals in the second half for Heuvelton (7-2-1) as the teams finished tied in a nonleague game at SUNY Potsdam.

COPENHAGEN 6, LAFARGEVILLE 0

Brenden Jacobs accounted for two goals and two assists to help lead the Golden Knights to a Frontier League “D” Division victory at LaFargeville.

Antonio Figueroa scored the first two goals of the game, and Greg Kunert and Logan Marolf also scored. Kody Petrus made five saves for Copenhagen (9-1-1).

LaFargeville is 2-9-1.

FOOTBALL

GENERAL BROWN 43, APW 0

The General Brown football team used a 29-point second quarter and stiffling defense to run its shutout streak to five games as it blanked Altmar-Parish-Williamstown in a Class C North game in Parish.

Richard Lagano tossed a 63-yard touchdown to Collin Lutz and ran for another from 10 yards out for the Lions (6-0, 5-0). Lagano also had two interceptions. Jordan Schofield returned a fumble 37 yards for a touchdown.

General Brown is tied for the top seed in the Class C tournament with Canstota and Skaneateles. The No. 1 seed will be decided via a coin flip today.

The Rebels (3-3, 3-2) also earned a playoff spot against an opponent to be determined.

ADIRONDACK 18, THOUSAND ISLANDS 12

Doug Pfeiffer scored all three touchdowns as the Wildcats rallied to grab their first Class C win of the year with a victory over the Vikings in Boonville.

Pfeiffer found the end zone on runs of two, five and 13 yards for Adirondack (2-4, 1-4). Pfeifer finished with 89 yards on 10 carries.

Alex Cooley caught a 37-yard touchdown pass from Austin Back for Thousand Islands (0-6, 0-5). Tyler Gilfus recovered a fumble in the end zone.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

TYLER, BEAVERS EARN TITLES

Nick Tyler of South Jefferson crossed the finish line ahead of 86 other runners to earn the individual title at the Beaver River Invitational.

Alex Hall captured third place to help Beaver River earn the team title with 68 points.

Adirondack scored 68 points for second place, while Holland Patent (82 points) and South Jefferson (86) were third and fourth, respectively.

Chris Shelmidine was seventh for the Spartans, and Nate Cobb took eighth for the Beavers.

Luke Dunkelburg finished fifth to lead Gouverneur.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

PASTOR, MALONE PREVAIL

Morgan Bronner and Carrie Pomainville finished seventh and eighth, respectively, to guide Malone to the team title with 24 points at the Beaver River Invitational.

Skylar Pastor crossed the finish line first for South Jefferson, which placed second with 42 points.

Norwood-Norfolk and Ogdensburg were third and fourth, respectively.

Maria Ricalton took fourth place for Canton, and Victoria Rollin was fifth for Beaver River.

Gabby Thompson finished sixth for Immaculate Heart Central.

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